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The game show Alex Trebek wished he could have hosted

The Dan Patrick Show

01:28 min | 2 weeks ago

The game show Alex Trebek wished he could have hosted

"Alex Trebek had passed away at the age of 80. I had been in touch with one of his good friends for the last couple of weeks. He gave me a heads up that Alex came in. This was less than two weeks ago, and it is final episode of Jeopardy. Everybody Who was there during the filming of It knew that it was his final episode. But ah They said Alex was Alex. That's just who he is who he was. And ah, great admiration for the man and also the game show host is well and we thought this would be a great time to bring back the interview we conducted with him back on August 8th of 2014. And I started the interview asking Alex Trebek that if you could host another game show, which would it be? That would be Hollywood squares. I hosted the show very similar to squares once. It was called battle stars. And instead of squares, we had triangles. We couldn't come up with the same budget that Hollywood squares had. So we had only six celebrities instead of nine. But it was an ideal show because you asked the question and the celebrity gave you a funny answer. And you reacted and left. So you got credit for having A fun show, even though that absolutely I mean, what a great way to make a living. You tell a joke and I laugh. Give me the cheque, Please. Thank you very much when you first started jeopardy.

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One Reality You Must Accept Before You Can Live Your Best Life by Marc Chernoff

Optimal Living Daily

05:21 min | Last month

One Reality You Must Accept Before You Can Live Your Best Life by Marc Chernoff

"One reality you must accept before you can live your best life by Mark Chernoff mark and Angel Dot Com. I woke up this morning to a sunrise of astonishing beauty so I walked out the front door to experience it. and. As I stood in the yard gazing up at the pink orange and Blue Sky my heart song and ached, but at the same time. Instinctively I wanted to share this breathtaking moment with angel and Mac, but they were still sleeping in that troubled me I felt a bit down an incomplete without being able to share this special moment with them or with anyone. The most. Beautiful. Sunrise at ever seen was slipping through my fingers. I consider running into the house to grab a camera site at least show Angel and a photo of the moment that they missed but I call myself and took a deep breath and then acknowledged that there was something else I needed to do. Instead I need to let this movement be enough without anything more without needing the moment to be shared or photographed or. Online. So I gazed back up at the sky until myself out loud. This moment is enough mark. This moment is enough just as it is. Truly there's no good reason for me to feel otherwise men I'm glad I came to my senses. Of course I know not alone in this feeling that the beautiful moments of our lives need to be shared or photographed or uploaded online to be complete it's half the reason social media. So prevalent in our lives today too often we feel like the good moments of our lives aren't good enough unless we somehow capture share and solidify them as a semi permanent fixture in our lives or feel like the moments of our lives just aren't good enough at all. So we choose distract ourselves with gadgets and TV shows twenty, four seven just to stimulate ourselves. Second Nature to us. We're so used to feeling like the present moment is worthy of our full presence and this mindset of Dissatisfaction and distraction of reality never being enough for US trickles into every facet of our lives. We're continually thinking about what's to come as if it's not enough to appreciate what we have right now we sit down to relax for a moment and then immediately feel urge to read something on our phones, cheques, social media, or tech someone as if relaxing for A. Moment isn't enough we procrastinate when it's time to work choosing more distractions. The process of doing good work isn't enough for us. We get annoyed with people when they failed to live up to our expectations as if the reality of who they are isn't enough for us we resist changes in our lives and our relationships and in our careers because the reality feels like is not enough we reject situations people and even ourselves because we feel like none of it is enough for us right now. But what if we accepted this moment everything and everyone in it as exactly. Enough. Accepted that this moment is slipping away right now in saw fleeting time, we have within this moment as enough without needing to share it or capture it or alter it in any way. Think about it. This moment is enough what we started acting like it. Seven Montrose for making the best of the present moment. Like I mentioned I, often forget to pause and appreciate the present moment for what it is solve implemented a simple strategy to support the practice of doing. So in a nutshell, I proactively remind myself this moment is enough to situation as enough. These people are enough I am enough et CETERA. And anytime I catch myself thinking otherwise I pause and read the following mantras to myself. I keep them on a folded paper my wallet, take a deep breath and bring my folks appreciation back to the present. Number one if you worry too much about what could be and what might have been, you'll ignore and overlooked the beauty of what is right now is life don't miss it. Number two like over everything else and just remind yourself how fortunate you are to experiencing this moment right here. Right now, the more you appreciate it the better will be angel discuss this further in the happiness chapter of one thousand little things. Happy successful people differently. Number, three stop rushing breathe be where you are. You're where you're supposed to be at this very moment every step and experience Ms. Necessary. Number four, the richest human being isn't the one who has the most, but the one who needs less to be happy. Wealth is a mindset want less and appreciate more in this moment. Number five, allow yourself to be a beginner. no-one starts off being great and no one great all the time do the best you can until you know better once you know better do better. Number six don't compare your progress with that of others. We all need our own time to travel our own distance focus on your daily rituals focus on the Stub your taking right now dat is enough Angel bill tiny powerful daily rituals with our students and the goals and growth module of getting back. Happy. And number seven be present. There are few joys in life that equal genuine conversation, genuine story, a genuine perspective, a genuine laugh a genuine hug or genuine friend right now.

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My Husband's New Hobby is Harrassing People

Does This Happen to You

04:57 min | 2 months ago

My Husband's New Hobby is Harrassing People

"Corona virus arrived in February and my husband retired in May, like the rest of us he is in doing what he planned gone. Ernie thoughts of traveling attending sports events or picking up a job as a substitute teacher I worried at first about what he would do when he retired he doesn't Gulf or fish and has never had hobbies. But I didn't need to worry he's found a new hobby and it's consuming hours of his time. He is now harassing people. The other day he spent an hour on the phone with our Internet provider. He found out he could save twenty dollars a month by cancelling his current contract and starting out as a new customer by the end of their conversation. He had lowered our bill by sixty dollars the day before that, he spent three hours talking to the insurance company. When he got off the phone, he said I got our premiums reduced and there's no copay. Last. Week, we got a check for one hundred and fifty dollars in the mail. What's this check for I ass? That's from the class action suit. He said class action suit. Yeah. That's why I was on the phone. So Long I looked through our records and found out we were eligible for some money. Today I opened an envelope and a fifty dollar check fluttered out. That's a refund for overpaying our dental bill. My husband said I was on the phone with them for three hours I had to speak with four different managers before the agreed it was their mistake. At first I was irritated by his endless hours on the phone. But now I'm enjoying his hobby I like watching checks drift in but even better than a cheque is my brand new stainless steel oven. Yes. You heard me right I I have a brand new stainless steel oven. Are Old of and broke and we have a yearly service contract for appliance repairs. The service company sent out a repairman, but he needed to order a part only the oven was so old the part no longer existed. My husband got out the service contract and read all twenty six pages until he got to the fine print. Do you see this he jabbed a finger at a line of print the size of fire ants. I can't see it even when my glasses on what's it say? I, ask. It says, if can't fix our appliance, they have to buy a new one. I didn't believe even with his success ed acquiring checks that somebody would give us a free appliance. I was wrong. It took him six emails, four phone calls and some texting back and forth. But we finally got to pick out a gleaming new stainless steel oven, several more phone calls and the service company installed it for free. I think you wore them down I said. I thought this was his biggest harassment success story but there's more talked our daughter into buying a service contract with the same company. But when her washing machine broke, the repairman couldn't fix it after a month of going to the LAUNDROMAT and washing clothes outside in a plastic kids swimming pool she called. Dan Do you have any suggestions we've been without a washing machine for a month. Did you read the fine print of your contract? My husband said I think you can get a new washing machine give them a call. She called them but she was too busy to spend hours on the phone and her husband is more like me. He likes the tenacity in the stomach for the necessary blitz Craig phone calls. So my husband went to work only this time it looked as if success would elude him. They sent another repairmen out, but it still doesn't work. Right our daughter complained they said, I'm not eligible for a new one. My husband escalated the situation. He even stayed on the phone when we were taking our walks, you go ahead of me. He said, as soon as we headed down the sidewalk, I've got a manager on the line. This went on for three days and then our daughter called with good news. She had a new washing machine. I can't believe it. She said no washing clothes and the kids poll. Today. My husband is on the phone with the mortgage company. I don't know what they're talking about, but it's a long conversation.

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"cheque" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:33 min | 2 months ago

"cheque" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"A little bit in the DEA's own on the ship plotting his cheque. Bye. Janni gored your looks to find help. Johnny Gord works it for turn act by the Lightning that needing a clear here. Right side Seated is good role. He could not get it out initially but follows up and sweeps into the Islanders that economy feel right wing bars. L back to the lighting and Matt Marcel ducks into the right corner protects it. Kind of centre. It's blocked by good Rob Marcel centers. It again comes to Anders Lee by the Lightning. We will wind it back at the right point of Mayfield. Point it staves pizza Pinal lighting that Lee there is checked by circuit yet. He fell down, gets back up, knuckleballs it to the far corner. He's there again. What worked by Anders Lee? Perhaps it back from a field right point with 4.5 to go write circles. Marcel Marcel is watched by Barkley. Good rope. Marcel stays with it. Spinning holding makes his way behind that. And good wrote checks them a bit. Where's that? Pockets? Grab by Josh Bailey, Right circle looks to center it. Lee couldn't get it. The puck is going to come to the near boards. Mayfield holds it in lightning really in trouble on their shift by that, Lee, Let's circle Marcel Center Point to Tae ves. Right circle may feel Delfay Bailey, right Circle. Josh Bailey is checked. Keeps the life early by the lighting players are absolutely exhausted. Lee right point of Mayfield left point. Dave's shoots the elected wide right re mentally with 3 50 left. Handers. Lee put a final lighting that circuits have a block. He got check. Can he cleared up the near side? Yanni? Gord Gord, just dump it out. And I don't think this is going to be an icing. No. Just got enough finesse on it. The lighting get those tired guys off the ice.

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"cheque" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:37 min | 2 months ago

"cheque" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Delta Marine and Empire, Louisiana and says he's not evacuate a lot of people down here, you know, live in mobile homes, especially since Katrina. You know, people didn't really rebuild homes there A mobile homes, You know they're very vulnerable. Latest track on the storm coming up from CBS at the bottom of the hour. Republican lawmakers and the governor Whitmer have agreed to a budget framework, they say, and it calls for no cots to schools or municipalities throughout the state. This despite the devastating effect of the pandemic on the state's income. Donald Trump Jr in Michigan tonight joined on stage after a 15 minute speech by Kid Rock a word to the cow to make sure they're registered to vote. Kid Rock. Eating out a mini concert at Bumpers and Harrison Township. Trump Jr. Arguing during the Make America Great Again Rally. The Democrat Joe Biden has failed and that Mr Trump needs your help for another four years in office. The latest polls showing Joe Biden with a lead over President Trump, But you'll remember they showed that in 2016 when Mr Trump took the state by a minor margin. And the 133 Year history of the Salvation Army serving those in need here in southeast Michigan. This is the earliest kickoff for the Red Kettle program. In addition to contributing cash or cheques When the kettle ringers comeback in November, Lieutenant Colonel John Toner says there are a lot of other ways to give. You could also text gift. 224365 you can remember that number with sufficient armies on duty. 24 3 65 send a gift GFT.

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A Houston family whose eviction was filmed receives thousands in donations

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

A Houston family whose eviction was filmed receives thousands in donations

"Houston family whose eviction was documented by CNN, part of the story getting back on their feet 24 year old Israel Rodriguez, his wife and two young kids were evicted from their Houston apartment last week. Rodriguez telling CNN. He was behind thousands of dollars in rent after losing his job Do the pandemic was like going out there in the car with him. I lost my job, so it took me like a month. To get it and off the job. This is my cheque, but I'm making it with $300 is literally $300 After the eviction members of the community and the police organization precinct one stepped in to help him out. Teo to go fund me pages helped raise close to $200,000 for that family. Wow,

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Author and Professor Lana Swartz on the History of the ACH

The Vergecast

05:06 min | 3 months ago

Author and Professor Lana Swartz on the History of the ACH

"Somebody learned from reading the book which I had never considered before is that the ACH network is run by the government and he's like heavily subsidized and that idea that there is some sort of big standard network that everyone relies on that enables businesses I mean. That's just like a core idea that we talked about all the time. What is a C. H.? Why is it central government run it? How much they subsidize it? What is going on? There I'M Glad you brought up Ach. So few people even know the ach existed and it's kind of one of my favor little unsung heroes of the payment system. So basically, the ACH is a system harshly subsidized by the Federal Reserve, partially administered by the Federal Reserve and largely administered as a utility. So not really a profit center by a bunch of member banks, and what it does is that it allows very very inexpensive settlement and clearance of cheques and electronic checks. So most of our payroll goes through the age, of course, checks do as well and actually many of today's. Syntax starting with pay pal, use the ACH in order to do all their underlying settlement and clearance. So yes, maybe if I you something if I send you a pay pal payment, it will be taken for my pay pal account and added to your pay pal out right away like inside the loop of payment. But if you or I want to put money in to the pay pal account or take money out of the paypal account, you would you so using the Ach and if you want to use something else like a credit card or whatever then there's usually a fee associated with. From paypal. So pay pal kind of simulates an other almost all other similar. First payment systems simulate same-day Ach because is slow clunky, cheap and. Never see it, but the ACH is a super interesting history. So most people don't realize, but it was once quite onerous to cash checks for banks to kind of like figure out like out of my checking account put money in your checking account because checks had to be physically transported. Right. So thinking about the kind of like communicative elements of paper media, I? A bank physically had to take check and bring it to the check on which it to the bank upon which it was drawn and so and they they didn't have like. Dozens of like lift drivers are tax rabbits or whatever to move those checks around like multiple times hundreds of times a day, and instead they tended to move between networks of correspondent banks, which meant that there's classic story of a Bank of check that was drawn from a bank in Sag Harbor and deposited on Long Island and deposited it at a bank in new. Jersey. But because there were. No. Weren't many in common correspondent banks between those two banks had to travel all the way down the east coast and back up again along this network of correspondent banks before finally arrived back in New Jersey and so that was very costly. Very onerous. took a very long time. Banks had to kind of take a risk on whether or not they wanted to cash checks and so they very often. Sought to charge customers in order to be able to cash checks and one of the things that the federal government did in the early twentieth century is it said, you know we think that we should take on. The cost of having an economy basically take on vk. Great like provide a public infrastructure with which to do business. On the one hand, of course, that's paper currency. But on the other hand, it was forming of a network that said, aright all checks are going to clear at par. We're not going to allow banks to charge money on every single check that's cash, and instead we the Federal Government Observer GonNa absorb part of the cost of a large amount of the cost of that settlement and clearance of those kind of correspondent banking relationships and centralize it rather than expected. It travels along this like very circuitous bank to bank route and then. In the seventies that network was information is you know basically computerized and became the ACH. People don't really realize it. But one of the main functions of the Federal Reserve is to maintain and facilitate healthy functioning payment system with the ACH and with some of these kind of centralized clearinghouse systems at its core of in cooperation. With the banks. So whenever I Travel in some weird circles when I you know doing research on money and whenever I hear people talking about end the Fed, I'm like, don't you know the first reserve provides an important public utility that allows us to have a functioning payment system and services the backbone to. Every aspect of our economy. So yeah, Ach. Fascinating

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"cheque" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:13 min | 3 months ago

"cheque" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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Rhode Island Mistakenly Mails Tax Refund Checks Signed by Mickey Mouse and Walt Disney

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:28 sec | 4 months ago

Rhode Island Mistakenly Mails Tax Refund Checks Signed by Mickey Mouse and Walt Disney

"Refund check signed by Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse. Rhode Island Division of Taxation uses the signatures on test files, which were mistakenly printed on the Realtor checks and sent down Monday The checks were tax refunds for corporate sales in tax credits, mostly to businesses. Now the division. The tax division has avoided the cheques and will issue new ones within a week, signed by the state treasurer and comptroller. Instead, you might be seeing military Black Hawk helicopters flying above the skies of

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Interviewing Bucks' legend Marques Johnson

Red Sox Baseball

09:15 min | 4 months ago

Interviewing Bucks' legend Marques Johnson

"And it's our Pleasure to welcome in a two time Emmy Award winning bucks. TV analysts a five time eh, NBA All Star. Did also play at Bella and won a national championship. That's Marcus Johnson here with us on the Zach Yelp show. Marcus appreciate the time How you doing? I'm doing bills. Everything is no good. All can play good benefits in basketball family from your lips to God's ears. Can't wait to see what's gonna happen in the N B. A bubble. I saw video back in February, You were wearing a Kobe Bryant jersey and you actually threw it down in your road. I'm still dunking at 64 years old. Have you been dunking at all during the pandemic? Or was that a one time thing at 64 district Cream donuts, Bad eye. You must have been nervous, right? Well, every year on my birthday, I do a dung just to see if I could still do it. I didn't plan on doing it this year. Just chill out at my son's a SIA. All over social media. They have got to do it contingent to the one in Sydney one in with that inside, And so, of course, I did a couple of warm up to feel pretty good and And we decided absent phone brought up two tackles. Omar, you know, taco fallen. Whoever jumped over him, Aaron Gordon. Whoever dumped over way last year Next year I'll be 65. That's the official retirement age. I've been retired. I'm Travis. You have to do one more 65 years old. I gotta pay the bed after that. I don't blame you. I don't. I can't even dunk right now. I can't imagine being able to dunk when you're in your sixties. Marcus Johnson here with us on the show. When we look at this MBA restart. We know that the Bucks are the best team in the league. From a record standpoint right now they're going to be the number one seed in the Eastern Conference. The's eight games inside of the bubble. What do you look for out of them where they could really ease themselves back into playing shape? The annex a great question. I was just kind of pondering that looking at the books. Play that scrimmage against neworleans the other night and You know, I just don't think that teams should put too much into the eight. Feeding games. It's a gradual buildup. You want to be planned your best basketball. Obviously when, when the playoffs start. This is such a weird. Praise the different type of experiment. Probably guys. And so, um, you know, see positives from the brother. I've seen not good things about in terms of Kind of fighting since, um, some difficulties against the product in here tonight, but, you know the season games Because boom Jose lost compete. He's gonna want these guys to come out and and just so effort show competitive competitiveness from Paris. But I'm not sure about the ones. The won and lost record is important. At this stage of the game. It's all about kind of a slow, gradual buildup. I've been exploding wants to play all secure here. When you look at the team from last year to this year. What do you see is the biggest difference as they even got better from what they were last year, which was impressive. Well, I mean, ways that it rest values that they're so what he has done that He's given Chris Middleton a breather at defense. Can't Chris I was just looking up Christian defensive record 107th overall, 22nd ranked small forward LeBron and collide As I said at the top. But Chris doesn't have to get all that energy trying to beat this Great three and the win. Clare and I could focus on his office and I was a result becomes one of seven or eight guys who was Trying to suit you both 20% from the three point line, stick to the set plus from the field and monitor it from the people that I think a 20 point today. Yes, I think that's direct benefit to Chris Middleton. Eric Bledsoe also, let's not forget him, Master. He struggle big time last couple of years in the playoffs and honestly, stuff a big farm of the playoffs. Uh, this year, he seemed to be a lot more comfortable in his basketball scared now. It is kind of getting a late start based on tested positive and them in quarantine and all that stuff. How quickly he could kind of get back into a rhythm and flow going to be a big difference. But today I think this team has gotten even better, but local tradition of Robin Has really been a great great move. But John forced our president breaking Robin Lopez, and now we've got two bent beak gets standings and leave so I think the defense has been even better than the great detective team from last season. Marcus Johnson here with us it Zaki help show on CBS Sports radio doing a little bubble breakdown on the Milwaukee butts nationally. The big question about Chris Middleton is. Can the Bucks win it all with him? Be in the Bucks. Second best player. He's a two time All Star. Give me the local feel on that. Our people still concerned locally about Middleton be in that number to peace and winning the championship this year. Right here is where you go. I could go to a barber shop in the hold of the brothers give Ah, little about depended on Chris have the huge games but In terms of inside basketball people, people that have watched Chris closely like myself. I really believe that Chris, it's all about his confident being an all Star to the second consecutive D up really? Helps his belief in himself as being one of the elite players in the league and kept in one of the shooters in the league. And you couple that with the fact that he comes back, he's getting guns for arms and get this definition I've never seen before. His body status. Probably way dog looks really good, really in great shape of the Kalpoe talked about his explosion and bounciness coming back after the four months off was really, really surprised. So he's really putting the work that during this time off to come back and make himself I've been so on. But with president mentally I think that way you get tomato last year, the average with just 14 points in the field, and he left. How Laurie, pending for a big cheque of those minutes in that six game lost to the crap. You have to be enough to love. So you've got a lot to prove, but I think Based on what I'm looking at changes of his body where he is physically brave is right. But I think he's ready to make that statement. When I look at the Eastern Conference, I really do fully expect Milwaukee. To get to the finals. They were in that one seed spot last year did not get there When you look at the Eastern Conference this year, who's the biggest challenger for the Bucks when the season resumes tomorrow night? It's really interesting. You get him some. I think three really legitimate. Even the Miami that mix also, you can't count out exposure and then the butler as your lead gap, but I think there's still a little bit godly hero of none. And guys like that. And then he began by making just a little bit young and that, Betty, but I really believe that Celtics man. I mean, people talk about the Raptors, who I respect about. Nick Norris is a great coach. Brad Stevens was great, but one through four in terms of scoring and issues and problems. You know Jason Taylor planted Kemba Walker is the number one option. That's two through four group these guys to produce and I think about taking on like the game, and that's the most since that Golden State a couple of years ago, but most just like second most 1995 in terms of looking for and then when Gordon Hayward is your fourth option, going going home. What is your fourth option? And then we talk about a container my greatest been, but then this Dylan Brown watching his footwork. Watching the lip bruised stands the finishes in traffic. He's a guy that could be a real problem for team like the book had been. The wild card would be market smart. Distant Jabba, even though Marcus Smart Sixthree export out of 16 11 Marcus Smart office of players and we know how much she just underneath their skin. And so he's a guy that has given me honest as much trouble as anybody scoring effectively and officially against it, So I said that and then the two big catch I mean the pick and roll for five hours straight that Boston life's run. Those two guys found business cancer, pounded it inside a greatjob getting into the paint and score of them that I'm not gonna puke my shot and roll that movies have private medical himself. I really believe that Celtics to me that they're not deed. I think both those four score that they have been a lot of pressure on the Milwaukee ways that do the Middleton. To defend at a high level every night in order to be a minute in a series.

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Fauci: Young People “Are Propagating a Pandemic” by “Not Caring” if They Get Infected

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

02:57 min | 4 months ago

Fauci: Young People “Are Propagating a Pandemic” by “Not Caring” if They Get Infected

"So screwed this thing up from day one since March 17th it's been his orders have been contradictory. He's flip flop back and forth on him. He's been discriminatory. I mean from day one. How is it that it was safe to go into a grocery store and go shopping? But it wasn't safe to go into a liquor store. Whatever the conditions were in a grocery store, social distancing masks whatever you could go into a grocery store and buy a bottle of whiskey, But you couldn't go into a liquor store that could have done the exact same thing correct with social distancing, so I think he's just watched this whole thing. He's made it worse than it should have been. Especially when it comes to the budget. He put out hundreds of thousands of people out of work tens of thousands of businesses out of business Yet we have yet to see any layoffs of government workers. Especially, I mean the non essential government workers as if there isn't a single, non essential government worker in the state. But there's no such thing. There's no such thing with a small exception. You corrected me on this one. But there's a such thing as a non essential job when you are a person who's dependent on that income that check To be able to pay your mortgage array feed. Clothe your kids. It's all that cheque is essential to you. So when people say not essential, I'm wondering. It is the governor's job essential. And you want that. I want to be said that maybe some of the government jobs are not essential. Yet there are government

NHL, Players’ Union Reach Tentative Agreement To Resume Play On Aug. 1

KYW 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

NHL, Players’ Union Reach Tentative Agreement To Resume Play On Aug. 1

"Players have agreed on protocols to resume the season as the number of hockey players already testing positive has hit at least 35 I'm rich Johnson and then after mentioned NHL on its Players association reached a tentative agreement earlier this evening to return the play this season as Wells extend their collective bargaining agreement by another four years. Training camp would open on July 13th and the Games will resume on August 1st, if approved by the league's board of Governors and the Players Executive Committee as long as it's full membership. When they resume, the NHL would go directly into the Stanley Cup playoffs. 24 teams, including the Philadelphia Flyers, resuming play, those teams will travel to one of two hub city's starting on July 26th. We'll get a cheque on traffic and weather,

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What Is a Jobs Guarantee—and Can It Work?

Brian Lehrer

07:19 min | 5 months ago

What Is a Jobs Guarantee—and Can It Work?

"Is spreading because of a virus. My next guest says Unemployment can spread like a virus. And she's got a solution of federal jobs guarantee. Many economists consider unemployment natural, unavoidable, even necessary to a certain degree. For the economy to function. But Pavlina Channa, who specializes in what's known as Modern monetary theory, disagrees the virus theory well as economic downturns. Cause layoffs. The recently unemployed have less money to spend, leading to a second wave of unemployment in the industries, they could no longer support. But what if the government could guarantee a living wage stop to any American Who wants one. It's an economic policy idea that some of you may know has gained traction not only as Corona virus unemployment has spread, but from well known progressive political figures recently before this, Bernie Sanders Alexandria, Ocasio Cortez. Cory Booker have back versions of this idea, or at least believe it should be considered as a response to Income inequality in America generally and toe automation and toe. Other things that cause structural unemployment. It's part of the green new deal the federal jobs guarantee. So joining us now is Bard College economics professor Pavlina Chan of Ah, Who's got a new book called the Case for a job guarantee. Professor Chernova? Welcome to WNYC. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me, Brian. Good morning. Let's start in the present because you wrote this book before the pandemic when official unemployment was down around 3%. Now comes this historically weird emergency where the economy shuts down voluntarily, and tens of millions of people lose their jobs all at once. The government responds with a patchwork of enhanced unemployment benefits and pay cheque loans to employ yours intended to keep A lot of that money passing through to some workers, plus the other kinds of pre existing government aid, like Medicaid and food stamps and more with the guaranteed job program, replace all of that. Under current circumstances. No, it will not replace. Any other measures measures that that might might be be considered considered necessary, necessary, But But it it is is The The most most straightforward straightforward solution solution to to providing providing jobs jobs for for people people who who need need it. it. I I mean, mean, in in the the current current crisis, crisis, we should have focused on protecting jobs. And preventing the layoffs that would have made the task of dealing with this avalanche of layoff much easier. I think we can look to some countries in Europe who have used again the public purse government budgets. To essentially guarantee a payroll for folks whose jobs are threatened from Cove. It's so unemployment rates did spike in some of those countries, but not nearly as much as they did in the United States. So Onda budget that we pass the cares act was so large, it was enough to pay the entire wage bill in the U. S economy for three straight months. So we could have protected Lee off jobs. We could have prevented layoffs, but the damage is done and unemployment. As I argue in the book is it's kind of a perennial teacher and the economy. So the way to inoculate against that is just to create jobs directly. How much would the living wage B? And a guaranteed federal jobs program. The proposal in my book is for $15 an hour, and that is really to help with the fight for 15 of that has You know, has had captured the interest and policymakers with the state level, but it might be, But 15 will not be enough sooner. You know very, very recently, so in in in a truck Order rather so maybe 17. But this is a policy. This is a policy question. The point here is to ensure that it's a living wage floor and that no person Works in a poverty paying jobs with a firm. A living wage for the economy as a whole. The minimum wages you know, is 7 25 and it is not a living wage is poverty paying wage, so it represents about a doubling of the minimum wage. Significantly elevated the floor. Yes, And that's the federal minimum wage, which might be shocking to some of our listeners since the minimum wage. Around here is $15 an hour, but federally and therefore in some states that don't have the same politics, say New York and New Jersey. It's still down around that poverty wage. As you know. Other progressives proposed what they call a universal basic income rather than a guaranteed job. Andrew Gang, for example. Ran for president on $1000 a month Universal basic income proposal, But I don't believe there is a work requirement, just the money as a universal basic income. Sent to every American Do you argue that a guaranteed job solves the same problem, but in a different way? No, I think the job guarantee souls more problems. So $1000 a month. While very nice doesn't really lift people out of poverty. It helps But the job guarantee guarantees a living wage. And so when a person needs work, and they go into the unemployment office, which by the way is called the American job Center. They can find a lot of other assistance that they can't find a job. And that's what the job he does. It insures that there's a public service. Hollis option employment options for those who need work, and we know from basic income experiments that people who even get the income assistance still looking for jobs. So the problem with the job guarantee salt is this. Basically cruel game of musical chairs that people play in the labor market, and they're looking for four jobs, but they're not enough employment opportunities for all, even in the best of times. Forget about Cove it even when the economy is humming near full employment. We're still talking about millions and millions who don't have employment and The unemployment problem is there It's as you were saying in the introduction, ending a lot of social health, economic cost. It's paid for innocent and so we can do things better. By using the public purse to employ the unemployed. But I want to say that it's not. It's not a week requirement. The job guarantee doesn't provide a requirement for the benefits that people might be receiving. It's an additional program so You could have the choice of getting unemployment insurance and the various other income assistance provided out there. But if we gave people one more choice To pick up a living wage job offer. Then that provides stronger economic security.

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Becoming a Commercial Pilot Will Change Your Aviation Life

AviatorCast: Flight Training

13:35 min | 1 year ago

Becoming a Commercial Pilot Will Change Your Aviation Life

"GONNA be getting into a really cool subject today that I'm passionate about because I went through it myself. I feel like it's going to be very useful for you. At least those of you that are looking to fly for a living in those of you who want aviation as part of your life through the rest of your life right those who strive to fly every day so have you always wanted to learn. The fly always wanted it as a career career that you never quite found the time. You never quite found them money or maybe family life got in the way that's a really common one the family life and maybe have you still feel like you have the opportunity to do it but you don't necessarily know where to start. Now the mix of all these things it's it's a little bit scary. Maybe for you to feel this way that you know. Is it really gonNA work out too. Late is too much. Lots of different question marks. If this is going to be something that's worth it now. All Aviation isn't one of those things cheap to go in and screw up. It's not like you can go in on a semester of college like you can't aviation nation is just so so so expensive. I guess it depends on the college. You're going to but you don't want to become a commercial pilot only to then waste education. So is it going to be worth it. Is it going to be fun. Is it going to be a career that you enjoy. That's GonNa be something that we talk about. Throughout this podcast with the idea of what is it like. Where do you end up. Is it worth it that sort of thing all right so I think a lot of you. You have this story. That's kind of in the making our I you're. You're ready to be an aviation movie. Someone that you know trust through the mud and went through so much to get to where you're going and really anyone that has made it in aviation has their own amazing story of the hard work. It took to get to where they are so. I want to share a little bit about my journey but keep in mind that you are ready to write your own story about aviation. I hope that you choose to to do that. If you're on the fence about taking this leap of faith in doing this so through this you're gonNA see some of the challenges that I faced what my life is like now and maybe that Sunday the you look forward to and and maybe have a different idea of course on how that's going to A. B. Shaped for you because my life is not going to be your life. You want things differently. that's just the way it is but how getting to that point of becoming a commercial pilot doing this for a living commercial pilot means just the ability to take money for flying so you don't we're not tiny airline pilots here but how getting to that point will forever change the trajectory of your life so that's what I want to bring you through from my story and hopefully relating it to your story okay so let's go there so really quick. I WanNa go through my journey as a pilot is pretty be fun to reflect back on this but I think it's really illustrative of a lot of the things that everyday people go through so it wasn't exactly easy for me. I I didn't just do it all at once. When I was a teenager it wasn't paid for for me. Some of it was in the very beginning within it became very difficult later so feel like this is very relatable for a lot of you that have those challenges of time money and family because I felt like I went through every single one of them okay so I did catch the bug for aviation very early on I started in high school with the thought that I would become a professional pilot had the dream of becoming an airline pilot and it didn't end up going to college to become a pilot now. I only spent two semesters in college started. When I was eighteen. I got my private pilot licence at eighteen I I went to what's called a part one forty one college which is the training is very regimented and structured and and spent an okay amount of money. It was actually fairly affordable because it was a state college and really enjoyed. The process actually really liked my training there. However after that I went through several well years of of no further training other than just the remedial stuff from one airplane to the next ended up flying quite a bit in an airplane that my dad had purchased and at about five hundred hours I ended up getting my instrument rating at the age of twenty three so about five years later sure I got my instrument rating at the age twenty three whole lot of time in between a lot of cross country time a lot of great experiences that taught me a lot about aviation and I was fortunate not enough in that timeframe to to get a lot of flying for free because my my dad was paying for it so that's the place place where I come from. A bit of privilege is kind of how I started out. My private pilot wasn't that way I paid for a lot of my own private pilot licence but then some of my our building toward Lord my instrument rating was all paid for and I'm. I'm really really grateful for that. So I know what it feels like to know what it feels like kid to get that gift of having someone help you all right however just several years after that. I moved to Alaska and I was twenty five five of the time when I moved here and then a lot of things got in the way I ended up getting out of aviation for about five years life money I went through a divorce. I went through the process of healing from divorce. Now is a whole different story for another time over drinks if we ever meet up but not really something I focus on. I was just kind of rewriting my life here in Alaska and I think I think that's something that many people go through at some point is they may be disconnect from who they were as a child in the eventually becoming adult and I feel like when I came to Alaska I was emancipated. I didn't have any family here. I grew my life kind of on my own here ended up of course meeting so many great people and great friends that helped me along on the way so I started connecting with that new community. I ended up getting married to my wonderful wife Chelsea. She is my world. We started a family together. Are we grew our relationship together now my focus for quite a long time and I continued to grow my business. So Angle of attack is actually thirteen years old. I've been in in the business of training people for that. Timeframe started out in simulator. Training is some business to business with the famous or a well known aircraft manufacture that I don't WanNa name didn't have a good time doing that. It was it was soul crushing crushing that corporate life and so even though I was kind of moving back in the Va Shin in a more serious way at the time and doing these high dollar projects it taught me so much about what I didn't WanNa do aviation and I was looking forward to the fact that I had a family and I really needed a business that needed to grow oh and how some prospects there so. I thought that the business the business thing high-dollar thing would work but it wasn't for me. Never GonNa do it again and and decided that I needed to do something else and so I'm very grateful for that bad experience because it taught me what I really kind of knew all along but I was avoiding and then that was that I love to teach and I needed to become legitimate in my ability to teach which meant that I needed to get Mike commercial reading and I needed to get my flight instructor rating sure I had I had had years and years of experience doing my business and training meaning people and doing these training products but I wasn't actually a flight instructor. Even though I had a lot of flight time and I really wanted to do that so interestingly enough I decided that on the tail end of that project that I had such a horrible time in that I was going to do this that this was the way ahead. This was what I was passionate about. This is going to be my calling in aviation. That's where I'm at today and I absolutely believe it and I can't see an end end to that calling of wanting to teach people and make a difference that way I talked about that in the last podcast the one about where I've been what's ahead so long story short short continuing and finishing off kind of where I'm at now is I decided to get back into my training to get that commercial and see if I'd done at the worst possible time I started my commercial training right after my first baby was born and and then left home to focus on that when he was four months on sold so I literally left Alaska went down the California started that commercial training and it was it was gut wrenching to have to do that now. I just knew that I how do I had to do right like if I didn't do it right that second. I knew the writing on the wall. 'cause I'd been doing this. PODCAST already had been mentoring people people in aviation already and I knew that I would not be able to progress forward if more things in my family life and my career started to fall in a place that would be roadblocks prevent me from moving forward so even though I'm really blessed to have a family. I knew that like right away is only going to get busier. There's only gonNA GONNA get crazier. I also knew that as I switched the focus of my business is only to get harder and and money was gonna get tight eventually so I really wanted to start allocating funds to my own professional development and I knew that there is no better time than now and I I think in my story that there's anything you pull from is is it that is that is the key figure is that there's no better time than right. Now is never gonNA be easier than it is right. Now you know with a little bit of wiggle room to be smart about about when you start and how you start in aviation but you just gotTa do it and and I realized that kind of had this this moment that if oh I didn't do it now is probably never going to happen. I knew I was getting older. I was arrested pilot and I just had to go in and do it now because it had I've been at that time five or six years since I'd done a cheque right of any kind in any serious pushing aviation training I I struggled so hard in my commercial training. It was tough. I was very rusty. The knowledge that I thought I knew was very much is gone and I had to repeat a lot of that stuff that had just left my brain from being this spry early twenties guy to someone that was slowing down a little bit into my into my thirties and I know that sounds silly but just recognizing that those cognitive things do change. I struggled really bad and I actually documented this pretty well with a youtube series I did I think I ended up doing three or four videos on my commercial training and so you guys conceive visually what happened there it was a complete disaster but it taught me so much that the I needed to push through and I really wanted this dream in no matter what what is going to make it happen you know money was becoming an issue timeless becoming an issue whether it was an issue the entire time literally the DP DP he is someone who does the check rides who kinda passes you off from the FAA literally the DP got hospitalized and I had to reschedule my check ride like everything wrong that could have gone wrong happened to me and unlike before where it had someone helping me out say with my instrument training. This was all on my own like this is my own money any my own business my own family and and that was it now. I say that tongue in cheek because there were so many people that were good to me and helped me gave me free flight time and and friends of mine so I can't say that I did it completely alone but you know I think those things are are more common than not. What if you build a community around you in you in you. You do your part to make that community better. There's some reciprocity there so I had earned that reciprocity the city in a way from from some of those people still feel like I'm paying that back today but long story short it was a very brutal process to get through commercial license and then I immediately wanted to go into my flight instructor training now I did my commercial training in such a way worked with a CFI his name's Michael Michael that knew that was my eventual goal and so really a lot of how he was turning me through the process during my commercial was already getting me ready to do the FAI and so when I went into my cfi several months later it was it was a fantastic process. I had a great time. I'm doing it. I had the help of many great people through that process different. CFI's than Michael namely trace Clinton Dave her wig and the big one John Dorsey who helped me so much and it was just it was a smooth process and the CF. I check right for me okay because I had already been an educator because I'd prepared so well. I buckled down so much at the end here and and really just changed my mind about where I was

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McIlroy wins FedEx Cup, biggest payout in golf history

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

01:03 min | 1 year ago

McIlroy wins FedEx Cup, biggest payout in golf history

"Mcilroy smooth fifteen million dollars today when the tour championship for the second time in four years and that fifteen mill that he wins for winning the fedex cup. That's the largest cash payout in golf history. How's it going kepco was right there again till the end he bogeyed a couple of holes in the middle the back nine when roy birdie didn't that was that was a big four-shot swing so congratulations roy because he's getting a little short on cash steve with with the small little endorsement daily as he was the guy that was complaining kinda going <hes> salmon up the stream on the p._g. As new game plan here learn how playoff will work and going into the final tournament of the year that justice thomas starting with a minus ten like he's minus ten on the first i hole of the first day and that gives them a ten stroke lead on the guys at the bottom and so roy mcelroy is actually quite outspoken about that. I wonder if he's going to feel that way when they hand him that novelty cheque right now for fifteen million dollars

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Virgin Galactic, Richard Branson And Sofia discussed on Pro Rata

Pro Rata

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Virgin Galactic, Richard Branson And Sofia discussed on Pro Rata

"So earlier this morning virgin galactic announced it will become the first commercial space company to go public or even more specifically it will be the first commercial space tourism company to go public as virgin galactic isn't really about partnering with nasa launch satellites or send astronauts to the moon it wants to rocket ordinary people albeit very rich ordinary people into orbit so this suzie decade old brainchild of richard branson de british billionaire who has a habit of spinning off his companies and it already has hundreds of customers who put down a combined eighty million dollars in ticket deposit the deal itself is nearly as complicated as space travel as this won't be a garden variety i peo instead virgin galactic plans to go public could be something called they reverse merger and i know you're riser proudly glazing over but hear me out here basically it gets bought by an already public company called social capital head of sofia except social capital little head of sofia isn't really a company at least how people normally consider a company it's something called they special purpose or blank cheque acquisition vehicle which went public over a year ago with the sole purpose of buying another company in other words it doesn't have a product it's product is the company it buys now if the thing hadn't struck a deal with virgin galactic or another company after a few years social capital hedda sophia would have just wound down in returned its money the shareholders so this blank cheque company the social capital hedda sophia is led by guy named mosque polly oppa tia venture capitalist former facebook executive in minority owner of the golden state warriors he'll become chairman a virgin galactic succeeding richard branson and it is trump's biggest that date particularly given the he's also investing one hundred a million dollars of his own money into it for the for profit space sector it'll become the first test of the public investors wanna fly

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How and When to Say Goodbye to a Client

Journey to $100 Million

03:29 min | 1 year ago

How and When to Say Goodbye to a Client

"As we continue to grow. There are certain services that we used to offer that we no longer want to offer. A good example is hosting only hosting only is where in the distant past. We built a website for someone and that website has to be hosted on a server so that when someone goes to the domain name and the browser the server renders it up without server hosting. You can't get to the website the website won't work. And so we provided that as a service to clients a long time ago, but it's a really small dollar amount. If something like thirty dollars a month, which frankly is honestly too much, but we price it that way because we don't we don't even want to sell. It will want to sell it new actually, we don't sell it to new clients, and we really don't even want to be doing it 'til old. Clients we really want to discontinue it. So the strategy that we took to try to get out of this is we've raised our prices in the last two years each year for two years. We raise our price. We really want to frankly price ourself out of the market. We don't want to be competitive in this because it requires more work than we're interested in doing and even at thirty dollars a month. It doesn't help us like if that thirty dollar cheque doesn't come in. It doesn't matter that thirty dollar checks not gonna pay any bills. Like, there's not a single Bill that I get that's under thirty bucks in this company. So thirty dollars even if we have ten or twenty or even a hundred of them, it just doesn't help all that much and the effort that it takes to manage those servers reliability just all worth. So we wanna be done with that. So we are decorating service and our goal is that because of the relatively high price people are going to. Self elect out of that service, which they've done that's actually worked. The next step is for the remaining people that just won't budge even though, you know, no matter how high the prices were going to have one day just have to tell them that. We don't support the service anymore and will help them transition to a much more affordable hosting company that will only cost five or ten dollars a month. But it's a better fit for them as we continue to grow. It won't just be hosting only. There are other services services that we've already targeted that. We know are going to eventually have to go we've actually reworked our pricing said those individual services were no longer price competitive at offering single services. Our whole goal here is not to provide hosting or to provide just a website or to provide just as we want a bundle. And we've priced it that way. So there's. Some complexity in the price ain't that support that strategy, but we want to get out of the business of little onesies twosies. I guess Tuesay's is okay. Threesies as far as two or three services. But these ones e services we need to get rid of. So we've had two different strategies one is pricing ourselves out of competitiveness intentionally and then to just as some point pulling the plug in saying, we're not doing anymore, and then working through the services that we offer. So that the lowest value ones are the next ones to go.

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FDA to resume inspections of riskiest foods amid shutdown

KDWN Programming

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

FDA to resume inspections of riskiest foods amid shutdown

"The government reopened to see the cheques. Meanwhile, the food and Drug administration says it's resuming inspections of some of the riskiest foods, you're talking cheese produce infant formula as early as today routine inspections had been briefly halted as a result of the partial government shutdown FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said the agency's bringing back about one hundred fifty employees for inspections a riskier foods account for about a third of the agencies roughly eighty four hundred routine inspections each year, Los Angeles unified school district schools are open that despite a strike by the teachers union. Thousands of educators in the nation's second largest school district

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"cheque" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"cheque" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"You from eight until ten joining us. How's the week going, man? It's hump day. Baby. Feeling good always hump day on Wednesdays one. We're on. Yes. You know, what I had a dream two nights ago? Yeah. Well, first of all my daughter's been sleeping through the night. So like, I feel like a new man. I'll let's get. Well, how how old you daughter now? Thirteen thirteen months, they'll be fourteen months and a couple of weeks so glory days. Like you're getting good night's sleep now. Yeah. Now, sleep. But I tell you for the first time in probably eight years, I had a dream that I was flying. Have you ever had a dream that you're flying at the naked? Remember, I looked it up. And it says that I'm really happy about life or my career or something. Like, I'm feeling really good about something. I'm trying to figure out what I feel really good about bag early. Good about something. But having a gym or your flying is you don't wanna wake up. It's the coolest thing. What does it mean? When you don't dream because I just means you need to hit a deep deeper cycle. Like, what does that you gotta get the rim state. So like, I don't feel like I'm in the rim state like that like alcohol or tobacco induced coma. Since that's what happens. What happens to the best of us? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Thanks. Thanks. It's a little different in California that induced the different in. I don't know what I was funny that you mentioned like dreams to start to show. Like, I was talking to one of my assistant coaches earlier today, and I was like, man. You know, I don't dream anymore. I can't remember my dreams, and we started going back and forth. And I was like, you know, what's crazy is like I'll dream and it'd be like, wait. I really don't wanna leave my dream right now. Try to go back to sleep. Well, sometimes you do. So you try to go back to sleep, and you're like, wait, let me hold onto it. And you get it back, but it's totally different than. Cheques, you I spend the rest of that dream trying to change that dream back to the one that I was having you can't do it. Inception in the inception. Doesn't work. I can tell you. This is a topic. We're going to get into a lot tonight with our with our main topic. And character is I have tons of dreams about either getting cut or the process of being cut or waking up and thinking, I'm going to get cut. Like, I have that that was that lived in me for so long in my adult life that I I have it in dreams all the time because I can tell you after I had the flying dream. I had another dream where I was getting accused of stepping on girl in in ripping her mohawk off. And and the coaching staff was like you hear that debut here that in front of the whole team. Like you hear that mysterious? And this is what this is what Dave does to women, blah. And I was like I didn't do that. And they're like, oh, yeah. You said that everything's on film. Prove it put it on film, and they had no answer. And I walked out with my hand. Right. They can't put it on film. It didn't happen baby. And I walked out so. Yeah. Dreams I wanted. But just like you mentioned I wanted to go back to the flying dream. But instead I went back to getting cut again, if you're just joining us, this you've found your way inside of the twisted minds of champion. Johnny David Anderson to start your night sports show getting over hump day. That's right. There you go..

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How aggressive should you be with your 401K?

Radio Night Live with Kevin McCullough

01:52 min | 2 years ago

How aggressive should you be with your 401K?

"Now, if you're a long way from retirement, professor Plum, twenty thirty years. Fifteen years, you can probably certainly if you're twenty or thirty years away. You can't really go wrong with a fairly aggressive approach to your 4._0._1._K the longer the further away this retirement, there's a couple of things going for you. That says you should be a little bit more aggressive one. Is you don't have much of a portfolio yet compared to what you're going to have twenty thirty years from now. So you don't have a lot of money at risk so to speak. Maybe it's a big percentage of what you have today. But it's retirement you can't even touch it for twenty years if you were thirty years if you're thirty years old and a lot of the money that's going to be there. Twenty thirty years from now is coming from future. Do you have any made yet? So your dollar cost averaging. So you wanna use the volatility N you've got a long term time horizon. So you want to accept the volatility. So that you can get that better potential rate of return. But when you don't have that as you get closer to retirement, the idea is that your over all. All portfolio, the money as you build that portfolio. Remember, I said a lot of what you're going to have is coming from future growth and future contributions. But as you get closer to retirement, you've experienced that future growth you've experienced those future contributions. Now, you have some money and you want to protect what you have. And now you're getting into shorter term timers. And so we don't have the time horizon for the entire portfolio to go through the pure market type risk exposure. So you want to start pulling back and start reallocating some of the money that's already there. You've been putting in your eighteen thousand a year eighteen five now, maybe you've got up to fifty now you're in your twenty four or five you've got a half a million dollars a million dollars nine dollars. Whatever number. It is. You're getting through a point where you're within the ten to fifteen year time horizon for retirement, maybe even a little shorter. And he's saying, you know, what I don't wanna lose what I've already created. I know I've got a three four or five year time horizon, maybe a little bit more between now and retirement, but I don't want to have it all at risk. So let's reallocate the portfolio. Take some of the existing portfolio and move it to a less aggressive stance. Maybe that means moving towards more of a balanced approach. And this is where target date funds. The idea of them seems to make sense on the feud on the surface as you get closer to the target date. The allocation changes from one of fairly aggressive ninety five to ninety eight percent in stocks to less aggressive. Maybe seventy percent stock sixty fifty and the percentage of stocks in the portfolio going from high to low is what is known as the glide path. It's coming down and how quickly is it coming down? Those are the things you'd want to know. Oh, but generally, they're coming down to be more of a balanced approach by the time, you get to or close to that target date, which for the overall portfolio probably not so bad at least when you're not actually retired. And you're not right. They're ready to spend the money, but when you're five years out. Hey, the target date funds work, okay for the existing money, but they don't work appropriately for the new money. Now, you may say, well, I've got six years before between now and I retired when I retire. That's great. Let's say some of that four folio, but you're not gonna spend one hundred percent of your money the first year. So while you've got a six year time resume your time rises between. Now when you retire. That's only for some of the money spending the money still have the twenty thirty year time horizon and the reality that the money I'm saving in. My cheque today is the money. I'm not going to spend for fifteen twenty thirty years. So I can be more aggressive with the dollar cost averaging that I'm continuing to do even if I'm retiring next year. The money. I'm building up that last year between now and retirement isn't the money. I'm going to spend in the first year of retirement that money should be safe already. Let's take that dollar cost averaging aspect and make it work for ourselves. So that we can build money for the future. Okay. So I'm going to retire a year and roll it over to a four to an IRA the portion maybe the market's down and the money I put in. I'm putting it that twenty four thousand I put in. It's only worth twenty thousand fifteen thousand whatever the number is I'm gonna roll that fifteen over to another growth investment inside my IRA, it's a lateral move. And so I could probably even use the same investment, you probably have the same name same company sent mutual fund. And if I like it, and I wanna keep it because I think it's going to recover I can keep it in my IRA too because I have time because I've already safe and up other money, you safe enough existing capital that you don't want to lose, and you dollar cost average into with Newcastle going off. And what happens is people will do what we just suggested. I mean, it's not that difficult. And I mean, you know, that that's fairly common safe ended up as you said target date funds. You safe ended up the closer you get. But the strategy comes in with the new money going into your 4._0._1._K every paycheck, or whenever however often you do that new money should not be allocated across the safe and the aggressive portion of your 4._0._1._K. It should be the new money should be allocated only toward that aggressive portion. You don't need to add to the safe portion,

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"cheque" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"cheque" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"And I'm like, this, is it ever rescindable person from the person that would book my plane tickets and all the way up to the president of daytime at ABC gunfire ever recent person in that chain got fired, and that was the end of my like, I'm calling. I'm Mike Catherwood. I got a job like, no, you don't anymore. No seriously. That's what happened. My agent would go to make arrangements and they, we're, we completely unaware of what you're talking about. Yeah, he's, he's gone. So his all all the thoughts of that person are gone because we fired everybody that was in the chain of command retiring, and they're like, oh, this new, this new. This new kind of. Administration right there like a male co hosts stupid sane. So that's the negative of the turnover rate at television. But the positive is that you end up doing all these crazy gigs and started meeting last week about a potential new one and stuff. So it's nice that you're this time. Maybe it will be a little bit more relaxed and wait. Yeah, right before he gets most -bility though, don't get into this industry if you want stability, which sucks. My wife actress cash those cheques until you get them right now, my wife and actress as well. So we, we have a bit of an unnerving inability. Let's pause on this for just a second. I gotta p doing. Carbs in me. So constant running through flowing. Alone. Good. So you're saying your wife is an actress. Yeah. So we have a bit of an unnerving in the lack of stability, but when it's good, it's good. It's when it's good. It's great. You know, my wife was on a Choo network sitcoms. So when it's when it's hidden, it's like nothing else. But you know, it's it's tough because you never know when that next gigs to be, and I have to watch. I get a little bit less of the frustrations, actors, man. There's a reason why they get paid so much and because of all the bullshit they have to go through. It's horrible. It's horrible. I honestly auditioning and schmoozing just to have people tell you you're too old. You're too ugly, you're tall. I mean, it's that bad. It is that shit. It's the most callous. Industry that's devoid of any type of sentimentality some of the stuff pretty mazing if you nail the right gig at the right time crazy, then his kid be you'd be off to the racist right now. I was on a network sitcom rules of engagement for seven.

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Apple's working on a powerful, wireless headset for both AR, VR

This Week in Tech

02:20 min | 2 years ago

Apple's working on a powerful, wireless headset for both AR, VR

"Have you ever seen them in the wild though i have never been point becky let's at least google glass i saw like south by south west every once in a while but but that's because we hang out in tech circles right but these aren't even cool to text i mean i even know fourteen year old girls and i haven't seen them you know i mean i coached soccer i've never seen them there i mean it's just not happening the one maybe the one thing that they got wrong is that they're made for the narcissism generation but you can't take a picture of yourself maybe that's why they flopped it so they had gladly got a mirror that back probably be huge hits you've solved their problem i hope they send you a big cheque right right i dialed it news there you go backwards ben that's genus that's yeah they need to stick on your hat with duct tape more hardware news here apple reportedly this is all rumors working on a wireless headset for both ar and vr do we think that this is going to be the revolutionary apple jumps into the game and now it's really going to happen or is this one of those apple late to the party and nobody's gonna really care except for when they come out and then it'll fade away no offense to georgia but if the home pot is any indication oh my goodness this is what my expert expertise in the game industry craft coal subsystems so something that doesn't get talked about an office apples very weak api's with three d tech nology so they've been shoring those up lately so i saw the story come out and i can i can kind of see where they're going with it by greed with audie robertson's view on the verge that she expressed with this that if this is what apple's putting out it's not really in bishop's enough like a vr pass three with a are basically having a camera on the outside to take a picture of what's outside and playing it like in front of you there's like a lag no matter what you do it's low razz it's weird it's bad it's terrible i think from the product they're describing it's not going to work for two reasons is not ambitious enough and they don't have the develop.

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"cheque" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"cheque" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Give free i exams and even perform i surgery on people who are going blind or had very bad vision and he says you know this wasn't president trump or candidate trump this was businessman donald trump way before he ran when i called them up and said donald i'm going to haiti we need money any we need help for these poor haitians their wish trump not just cutting checks but he would cut the biggest cheque when we went to south central america to do the same thing for poor people in honduras or el salvador dare wish trump again not just cutting a cheque but cutting the biggest cheque and so as rand paul has been doing the media rounds saying the donald trump i know the donald trump that i talk to and who gave with his money was the furthest thing from a racist rollet britney what i went to haiti a few years ago when on a medical mission trip and we did a cataract surgery for about two hundred people who were largely blind before they're surgery uh i ask for donations before i went on the trip and one of them was to businessman donald j trump who not only help with a trip to haiti but also helped with a previous trip that we took to central america uh i mean hello now let me ask you in all seriousness do you on in all seriousness you think david duke would give a rand paul a cheque if he said hey you know i'm going to go to haiti and i'm gonna take care of those poor haitians and maybe try to prevent them from having go whatever glaucoma hour or uh blindness or whatever i'm going to go to el salvador honduras david duke wouldn't give a damn kkk wouldn't give a damn white supremacists or neonazis wouldn't give a damn it's what he thought who who cares let them go blind i want you to think about this this is a man who hired thousands of odd blacks and minorities this is a man who promoted them throughout his entire real estate financial empire and all of a sudden they want us to believe that based on several comments that this man.

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"cheque" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"cheque" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"Can either take it as a cheque directly they'll send it directly to you and then you can spend it no taxes because you've already might you already pay taxes on those dollars or you could direct them to put it into a roth ira so then the twenty thousand dollars is now your contributions are in a roth but all that earnings growth that still sits in the 401 k or mmu will then into an ira that would be tax had ordinary income the and that would be the smartest thing put that twenty thousand dollars directly to a roth than than that there's no cost because there was no you've already pay taxes on right not tax net tax attacks cast they should say and then and then that 20000 knowledge whatever it grows to is all taxfree 'cause it's in a roth and that's that's really where the splitting comes in just like you said which it relates to when you after tax dollars inside would say a 401 k for example and this is relatively new rule chair i mean this is in the last three or four years where they they the iris finally came out and said okay you can do this and people were trying to do this and it was that crazy manipulation of things to make it work right and and it will them and then they ask thick yet right and the question was does this really work because when you collapse all the all the steps into one transaction like the irish likes to de sometimes they call it stepped transaction that it doesn't work but each individual step if you didn't sequentially the right way it it would work any way iris finally came out said forget all this crazy staff were just going to let you do it so that was pretty cool but that's only when.

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"cheque" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"cheque" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"So sent them a cheque at the same time for the revenue that was generated to pay for uh to pay the tax that just made so i was literally at zero and zero felt so amazingly good if you've ever been in debt in a big big way in enforcing a half right i mean that's yeah i've been really irresponsible and didn't manage cash flow well it all up boy boy broke can feel real so ryan less may be for fire nation just sum this up in one or two sentences as the biggest lesson learned the you want our listeners to walk away with from that moment in your life it sounds simple on paper taxes manager cashflow right no where every single day from that day i get i get a report from my bookkeeper of here's how much cash you have in the bank and so i don't i mean yes look at pino's look at all those things but if you're not managing your cash and that's awesome that you're looking at every day while you're growing caches the fuel that will grow your business rise entreprer on fire gaining some you will united requires of reading cash you can have all the energy in the world you know the best idea in the world if you don't have any cash to fuel your idea you're gonna fizzle out so watch your cash like a hawk you are so on brand with his interview i love it brother ends he had a lot of good ideas ryan over the years in fact maybe you even had too many you know you can have too many good ideas but what i want to know is one of those great harm moments you had me these in the shower media was driving to work maybe it was on a run on the day there in san diego like what is one of those great aha moment see you had and tell us that story but then walk as to how uturns that idea into the success that it is started my very first business from my college dorm room and 1999 right and all whole reason i did it was just make some extra money goes.

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"cheque" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"cheque" Discussed on KOMO

"Were discovered in a cheque bag in dallas and us dan kane adding no such a thing existed was discovered with a travelers carry on belongings in pittsburgh the scathing audit of the tsa was released by by government officials last month saying tsa screeners missed most of the items that inspectors tried to sneak through during inspections tsa says just because they found these items does not mean that the passengers had bad intentions in many cases people simply forgot that they had those items with them when they tried to come through security donald trump theresa may spat over the president's retweeting a british rightwing videos rumbles on these are your world headlines from abc news british cabinet minister david gog doesn't think trump state visit to britain should be cancelled but these will say iran the prime minister has made it clear wachtel trump has done is role if that is upset donald trump than say that the president says the british leader shouldn't focus on him but rather on radical islamic terrorism pope francis arrived in bangladesh for the second leg of a sixday trip to asia amid tight security yemeni security officials say clashes between rival factions in the rebelheld capital center that killed at least ten fighters from both sides at bali's airport is operating a far from its usual capacity of more than four hundred flights per day after reopening or acts from a nearby volcano moves southward away from the air hub i'm term rivers the abc news foreign desk in london don't do i 44 after traffic and weather at agreement between the nfl and it's players that could address the national anthem protest but maybe not we'll talk with mark maskey of the washington post right now the stock aaa traffic here's kiera once again we have a longterm stall southbound 405 at 85th in kirkland blocking a right centre lane set limit values taking you an hour and thirty five minutes right now there is no relief we all sudden an earlier crash south by that yes there that left twenty minute delays from lynnwood into seattle avoid using the south by the.

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"cheque" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"cheque" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"That is hilarious the one thing about feel is there any champioships i know people want clown about his front office lack thereof success i wanna clown but he still collected a big cheque from the knicks to not be in their front office so did larry brown there was a two biggest checks have seen somebody have to actually not perform for the new york knicks but i figured out also who would probably worth i late great robin williams and a character more for more no no no no no no no no no no no no no more committee we are sold there's noone watching this program right now they got that reference like there is no lloyd everyone who is our ages asleep right now it's all the young people are like morton whose robin williams as related to robin ventura google it mixed there are reports the eagles the jaguars and potentially other teams have reached out to jorge detroit lions in trying to secure the rights to calvin johnson via trade jalen how does it feel to see calvin johnson in a different uniform i don't think that's going to happen it wouldn't bother me so much because at this point i'm rooting for him the individual light not only was he a great player and deserve the nickname mega trial but he always had a themself what maturity respecting class he was a guy that i've seen onen all sixteen team he was a guy i've seen just fall on vein his final year we just find ways to lose games at the end so i would like to see him happy the jaguars their defense has been all fire and particularly in the league in sacks and i hate to say i told you saw off philly what they weren't most balanced teams in the league i won't be mad at it at all.

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"cheque" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"cheque" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Of your your retirement stool and i guests by lesson that i want to teach to you today is it a part of the y yes we need to know why will talk more about why you need to invest but one of the things that would you go out to hire a financial advisor some of the things that you need to be aware of is any adviser who asked you to rake a cheque payable timur her any adviser who asked who who issues their own statements and you also be aware video advisors you offers unusually high or steady rates to return see these three red flags are all things that birdie made off you know we've passed the ten new year anniversary of the of the of the market highs but i still i i know for a fact that for those for those people who got ripped off by birdie made off these are the things that burn in their souls on a daily basis in knowing who would is that your work keane four or working with to help you achieve financial success is critical in my opinion because we're there spoke there is generally fire if your financial advisor has filed bankruptcy had a home foreclose repossessed if they have complaints about them lawsuits regulatory filings against them those are all smoke that's all smoke to me and you need to really dive into it and that's why would always recommend that before you retain their services somebody you go to the federal website which is broker check and so it's finra dot org g and he click.

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"cheque" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"cheque" Discussed on KGO 810

"That i want to teach to you today is it a part of the why yes we need to know why all will talk more about why you need to invest but one of things that would you go out to hire a financial advisor some of the things that you need to be aware of is any adviser who asked you to rake a cheque payable timur hurt any adviser who asked shooter who who issues their own statements and you also be aware of any advisors you offers unusually high or steady rates to return see these three red flags are all things that birdie made off you know we've passed the year anniversary of the of the of the market highs but i still i i know for a fact that for those for them those people who got ripped off by birdie made off these are the things that burn in their souls on a daily basis in knowing who would is that you're working four or working with to help you achieve financial success is critical in my opinion because we're there spoke there is generally fire if your financial advisor as filed bankruptcy had a home foreclose repossessed if they have complaints about them lawsuits regulatory filings against them those are all smoke that's all smoke to me and you need to really dive into it that's why would always recommend that before you retain their services somebody you go to the federal website which is broker check and so it's finra dot or g.

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"cheque" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"cheque" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"This can bet you you took a cheque or may have been cash out on a per hundred how daily was a money ordered may have been i don't know but it was a hunter you took a hundred thousand dollars to stay silent liver we don't have any years but for several years and now a sevenyear like i am you know this is me and brave hear me rule are yeah and you're blaming other people for doing essentially what you yourself day exactly so i don't know how she gets to do that now george clooney apparently came out today to talk about this and said i was wondering when he was going to take yeah he saying all the right things he saying that he knew he had heard rumors more than twenty years ago about how harvey weinstein was with women he had heard that certain actresses had slept with him to get roles and he took some of those rumors with a grain of salt thinking that's just a way of smearing the women by saying that they slept with him for parts but he he says he claims that he did not know anything about any woman being paid off for their silence so he saying that that is the news he's not excusing harvey weinstein in any way he saying that we all have to get to a place where we can call these people out much faster before it becomes such a deep long running problem and that we all have to be more diligent about it and look for warning sign of course he's going to be like absolved of all this because it's is it's clear ain't i ain't pink looney is a big part and is he's going to run for president saying he's got to react like he's got to get out of this as quickly as you can yeah i'm the good guy and i am right in saying the same kind of says she's like i'm disgusted is horrible i mean everybody has said he's saying i knew nothing about us terrible but apparently matt damon and russell crowe were helping to cover it up along with some of these other board members at least owl i'm sure that there are countless people.

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"cheque" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"cheque" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"In a motion about what was going on in the current will i'll go this far too didn't really have turned worry about it will new store no no i'll go to this bump to your point if you thinner if you think about it if you think that the flag and the national anthem doesn't deserve your respect because you think this country steel treats minorities so poorly that you're disgusted by the national anthem in the flag and you're not going to stand up like your honored to be part of the country you're playing in the national football league maybe you should play there because if you look at the logo it's got the colors in it is called the national football league you're taking a cheque from a football league this was created by this country in his hauled up the it's part of our nation a national football league maybe you should work for them maybe you're working for an employer you think you're represents racism we'll be back in re in mojo hi this is nice e indices katie guess what god past and wine lucky winner we'll wait i fell one hundred dollar vehicle detail on wednesday october for i have to if inked there are ninety yogi the navy's darko test that's right yeah i doubt just starring nvidia you got to watson log onto wins saw radiocom and tell us why you saw yoda nvidia high the lines fairly mayors fi movie star contests today wins i radiocom countries rock and everything in between where it all started.

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"cheque" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"cheque" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"To do the conversion adamant i gotta i have write a check i don't i don't honor a cheque even though they can see that it could benefit them longterm they don't want to write the check today so if you're willing to write the check today and you believe that that percentage check you're gonna write today is less them the this going to be with you retire it's still make sense it's all about are you willing to write the check or do the withhold ding today to to pay the taxes on that conversion but if you're in the 25 or lower now and you're going to be the 25 ever higher later sure use the twenty five percent bracket up today use all of it up you're 55 54th at whatever it is he 7ra younger there's no penalty for converting except for paying the taxes and you gonna pay the taxes someday so if you think it's going to be more costly in the future than it is today buddhist yes you can it all comes out of tax brackets and being under fifty nine and a half is not a problem the earlier you do it the more tired has the girl that we're time with us grow the bigger the roth ira is the less your traditional ira as the bigger the impact it will have on your ultimate required minimum distribution yeah now generally when we talk about preparing for required minimum distributions and perhaps doing some roth conversions uh we're we're talking to people who might be you know sixty sixty one sixty two somewhere in there is they're getting a little bit more a little bit closer to two required minimum distribution age she's doing it at fifty 756 if you're whatever she i think i'll be of december yeah yeah based on her for retirement age this this is a come a point where maybe you tell me would you tell a 40yearold to start making conversions out of their ira or therefore 401 k or or they're out of their ira depends on how much they've already built up in their 401 case i may have may make a decision to more direct new money to a roth more than convert uh they've already acts that they've already maximize that well i guess than it doesn't matter does it it depends on how much of a because we're looking.

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"cheque" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"cheque" Discussed on KOMO

"In creditcard purchases and fraudulent cheques a disciplinary hearing could force pierce county prosecutor mark lindquist from office the state bar association recommending a hearing because of lindquist appearance on the nancy grace tv show the bar says that he might have prejudice the jury of a murder trial by giving his personal opinions had speculating about the motives of the defended according to the news tribunal in quiz could come out of that disciplinary hearing with a suspension of his law license which would threaten his ability to stay in office komo news time twelve thirty four which are traffic now our komo aaa traffic every 10 minutes on the 4's problems in tacoma still kiera and fortunately big problem it's a stall southbound i 5 near citycentre it's been there for quite some time minutes blocking the right lane so at this point we're seeing slowing from highway 18 it's causing almost a thirty minute delay ninety nine that is a great alternates almost completely wide open it'll take you a ton of time and we're working on a crash northbound 405 in south center area that is blocking the right lane and that has your traffic backed up on eastbound five eighteen from ninety nine the also had a blocking crashes seattle northbound i 5 at 45th it's now over on the right shoulder but you still finding slowing frowned 520 your next report's at 1224 i'm kiera jordan on komo news launching into the weekend how's the weather here's seth wayne we're out our way to see plenty of sunshine for the rest of the day were on our way to sing those highs in the mid 70s beautiful conditions tomorrow great kickoff over at motley but keep in mind is that send goes down for the second half it's going to get quite schily so be prepared for that the meanti by sunday clouds will increase and the jetson scattered showers for our hawks from opener i'm seth wayne in the komo weather center of football this weekend shirley we have sixty seven with a sunshine in downtown seattle and you're in the middle of 20 minutes of nonstop news on komo at twelve thirty five a homeless man who set fire to the.

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"cheque" Discussed on First Take

First Take

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"cheque" Discussed on First Take

"Everything and everything that this may has been through is a product of the exposed for being a flagrant universal global phony that's what this comes down to because he cared more about what people thought then what he knew he was and when you're doing that it is the ultimate lie that your telling because you're lying the no one more than you're lying to yourself and to him a cheque assuaged concern it and it caught up with him and that is what's going on i don't care what anybody says that's what it all comes down to this is just the latest going to people gentlemen finally back to defend their title factory any reloaded warriors a couple of i heading into this year's nba finals it's the first final trilogy and also the warriors are the first team enter the finals twelve max think i who wins an in how many game i final trilogy of first final rubber match you can have a trilogy in one team won the first two but they split the first two i liked the warriors to win the championship this year i liked them to do it under seven games if i was just merely analyzing the teams without the lebrun james kind of xfactor or it factor i take the warriors in five but i think the braga can get him to a game six i think that's about it and i liked the warriors to close out the calves in cleveland in game six.

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