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"chris redman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Could not be tracked said the complaint the defendant allegedly offered convert bitcoin to Minero for the agents and provided tips on using tore and details to further preserve anonymity. What is tore? And what is Tales Web Torres the onion router and it is a it. Purportedly uses a Tunneling technique to obfuscate where your traffic is coming from going going to and tales is a distribution of Lennox that is for loading onto Usually people will loaded onto a USB key and it's it's the Amneh's EAC something Lennox and it's Amneh's EAC. Because it doesn't store anything it doesn't keep any disk caches. It doesn't keep anything so basically once you turn that machine off there's no There's No web history. There's no evidence of remnants whatsoever. Right answer yeah you can take this little usb dangle or flash drive plug it into any computer that's another important aspect here you can be on somebody else's laptop could be at the library. You could be in any location where you can move from the USB drive and you've got a completely untraceable operating system that comes with the tour browser installed as default so when you boot up tails tours right there waiting for you and that's what it encourages you to utilize to browse the web. So not only. Are you an untraceable operating system? But you're also on tore which is supposedly untraceable. Although they've they busted a number of tour websites over the last several years and the F. B. I. hasn't been forthcoming about exactly how they found out how these sites are being operated for instance like the Silk Road was the first major Tour Take Down. Back in twenty thirteen. I think it was so we still don't know exactly what they're doing to To sort of unmask some of these websites I don't know how truly private Torres but as far as people doing things like buying on the dark net is concerned so many thousands tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands of customers out there. It's impossible for the government to really go after them. Yeah Yeah I mean you only is a little tradecraft. But it's it's the dealers that are mostly At at high risk most of the people that are the highest risk are the people who are running the websites. Themselves like the dark net market websites. To some extent certain dealers are also at risk But it's just like on the level of risk it's like you're running the market your highest risk if you're a dealer on the market you're at the next highest risk and then if you're a customer it's not as risky in those cases the ads the thacker rule appeared in Seattle before the US District Court for the western district of Washington this week. According to the Department of Justice press release according to complaints or the complaint the undercover agents recorded rule during the undercover operations rule allegedly never ask the agents required. No your customers questions. That fincen licensed money. Transmitters must ask clients from which of course he had no licensing. It was also allegedly indifferent to the agent stated use of the funds. Let's talk about this now. Look I'm not an attorney. But if you aren't a money transmitter. Then you're not a money transmitter. Now what is the money transmitter is my understanding and you can go and look it up okay. There's a whole section of the Federal Code. That's all about so-called money services businesses and money transmitters are part of the money services businesses sort of the category. And then there's certain things that qualify somebody as being a money services business. One of those things is being money transmitter now. What does the money transmitter well? There's a very specific definition for that in federal code but the short version as I understand it. Is that if you are taking money from one person and being paid to move that money to another person so not money from the same person to give more something value back so if you were to hire me nobody to send some money to Chris Redman one of our other CO hosts. You're on free talk live. Although actually he hasn't been on Thursdays for a while because marksman involved with a Thursday nights. Let's say you to send it to mark. Okay you want me to send a ten dollars tomorrow and you're willing to pay me five dollars for the service of semi get the ten dollars. The service of sending ten dollars. Tomorrow what am I getting for my ten dollars you own money. Your ten bucks you gotTa Pay Mark. You need somebody to pay them. And so you're hiring me to do that. I would be the money transmitter by the government's definition of money transmitter in that particular case because you hired me to send your value your money to somebody else. So basically a money transmitter would be if if you ask your parents to To use their credit card order. You something off the Internet. They're acting as a money transmitter. No in that case there would be acting as a payment processor. Because they wouldn't be taking a cut to do that. They would be doing you favor right. You'd be saying. Hey Mom can i. Can you help me by this thing? Okay they would then just be accurate if your friend charges. A couple of dollars to do it then. He's a money transmitter. Only really if they make a business of it if it's like a friend doing a thing here and there then it's not you know it'd be hard for them to argue that that person was a money transmitter. But if they're doing it on a regular basis you know. They're making money off of that process over time. Then that money transmission but in the case of buying bitcoin. You're not transmitting money..
"chris redman" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"World Report National University rankings have northwestern the top ten tied with Johns Hopkins for tenth just behind Michael's Penn Quakers, but ahead of Dartmouth twelve. Brown fourteen and a Cornell sixteenth the full top tennis, Princeton Harvard and then a tie Columbia MIT. You of Chicago Yale than Stanford and tie, Duke and pen that's unacceptable and solicits Heuer's can be down the list of ways at number twenty to eat it. Chris Redman finally tonight's Don lemon had Chris Eliza. And Ryan Liz on the same show inside by side frames? They aren't Clark Kenton superman. They are actually two different people from but junior. So you're thinking about selling weed in DC, do you know that our own shared from DC is the nation's leading expert on the business of marijuana. Or is they prefer to call it cannabis. I didn't know that. He's a professor he speaks on local radio about this all the time. He's a professor of weed. I think so does at least the we'd chair. That's fantastic. Mike, Flannery, Roanoke, Virginia my David Aldridge moment while strolling through the Twitter today. I noticed a comment on someone's post from Mikey from Burke, Virginia, I exclaimed paying. No that guy. He's the guy. That's always a jerk mistletoe. No, he's not he just he just takes me down in a very short way. Hi bar. I'm yes, I'm meeting. We started following. I realized no he's jerked everybody. I'll bet he's really good. Michael deans? Really funny. Yes. He is Dave Wales Madison Alabama during Monday show. Michael mentioned the nasal flu vaccine is an option. I thought this sounded like a good idea. However after checking alone there are three will requirements for being eligible to take the flu spray one between the ages of two and forty nine. I'm done to good health three not be pregnant. I know you meet at least one of those requirements. I'd suggest consulting twenty three and me for confirmation the other since your doctor. Maybe you could explain what metamorphosis happens the body age fifty that would preclude getting missed it. I'll hang up and listen, I'm Dr humane letters. I'm not a medical doctor. And of course, I have no idea if you out anybody tied everyone has always do wear white. Eight. Dust. Stop. Staff sgt. Nice to near. Niece. Please. This dense. Zain show. Signs. Awesome. Shos to see. Thought she half. So. That is. Estes. Makes me. Well. Say. Two side. Noli me. PC's? Instead of. Dirty dogs campus fest. I see what you say. Wackily?
"chris redman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Very latest Chris Redman firing at PG sit and failed on a gang of five for text messages that may according to rhythm and use things like the N word and also making fun of Chris medicines wife who lies in hospice who's in the later stages of cancer. If that is true it's appalling, and it's a huge scandal. And we'll have more on than Amy's take on it because she works closely with Chris also talked to an addition to that if that's weren't enough. I was talked to about what the final report is said, I don't know if it's a final report yet. But yesterday, they were briefed council was on public safety on the police and fire response to the shooting at fifth third Bank center and. I believe that we have to hold certainly our public officials in those who are bidding new high-standard. There's no doubt about it that when police make errors in judgment that we have to correct that we have to punish the people who do so because of incompetence or deliberate nature's. But when the time comes to applaud we also have to do that. And I think certainly based on what happened. It was her finest hour, and and first responders we've talked to me about that coming up at eleven o six and what that found. The report has to say at eleven o six days. I said on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w and that right afternoons news story to Coca Cola right here in well from Atlanta to Cincinnati, which of course, we have a we used to have a delta hub. I think we have a co cub here. Anyway, Coca-Cola the report is that they've now since denied. But I think it also has to do with anytime a report comes up, and then they turn. Well, we're we're not really it has to do with maybe kind of sniffing. The air a little bit to see what the public sentiment is. If there's going to be a backlash or something. But was it Coca Cola? Maybe looking at a new ingredient as a story goes, maybe urgent urban legend. But I recall reading this and saying it's a firm that Coca Cola, and it's very very very very early stages actually had the coca would be cocaine cocaine leaf in. The Coca Cola was the original formula. Now back in the history of America cocaine was a substance that you could buy readily from your pharmacist without a doctor's prescription because of the effects it had on you that they used it fairly regularly in medicine still do it actually has medical reasons to use cocaine. The Coca Cola actually use it originally in their first formulations, obviously since then moving on. But now they're talking about possibly getting in bed with a CBD company. In saying that, well, you know, what are Nishel much like the elixirs back in the day. And that's what the started was right essentially snake oil before it became a carbonated beverage that was more of a a treat than anything else. Now, it's become sadly, a mainstay for a lot of people. But nonetheless, the Coca Cola would have CBD Nador. Okay. So let's say. There's two parts of cannabis or hand. And this case hemp one would be THE that's the partic- high. And then CBD is the non psychoactive part of it. That is derived from hamper marijuana. And we found that putting this stuff and just using the stuff as a tincture, which is a few drops on your tongue or in a Gummer food. Product is good for your body in a sense that it adds a lot of things. It's also a wonderful wonderful anti inflammatory and so- Coca Cola from what's routes is being a magical liquor that if you drink Coca Cola, you're going to feel better and live longer and all the stuff then became a essentially junk food, and now maybe going back to its roots again as something with some medical benefit. Now, I will say that of all people. Billy Cunningham talked about his CBD gum and oil. So you get this. It's got some CBD in it. And he said I have arthritis of the finger can't straighten it out from golf, and now I can I have in my family has a history of osteoarthritis. And my remember my grandmother suffering from it in her hands. My mom has a little bit of it. My dad had other issues he since passed, but. I've developed in recent years, osteoarthritis, and my right shoulder the point where I went into beacon and got a shot, and they said, yeah, you're gonna need shoulder replacement surgery and a few years, you're too young too young right now, but at some point in your life, you're going to have to have it, which it's no fun because you know, trying to exercise and do physical and do physical labor is difficult when you can't raise your arm past your head. And so the shot when they generally give it to you, of course, in the arm cortisone. And it keeps things. Okay. It doesn't really work for it from my back when before surgery and it worked. Okay, but it wasn't really a lasting effects on. It's you know, it's the nature of drugs in the like work longer or not at all for some people entirely different action. So I've been quite some pain for a little while with the shoulder fighting through it exercising and everything. And then I said, well, I tried to CBD gum and that helped like a little bit. And then a really affect but talking to someone who is kind of an expert in this area when it comes to, you know, a vape being and stuff and said, do you need to try CBD oil, and you could buy the stuff online all over the place and I bought some three hundred milligram. And I tried it. And for the last week we can half I've been taking about six to ten drops under my tongue three times a day. And it's amazing the difference. The pain is not completely gone. But I've got more range of motion in my shoulder. Exercising is not as painful working is not as painful and for me so far a week and a half in it's working CBD oil. Now, can you imagine? Having this stuff in in a product like Coca Cola or they put some drops of that. And it'd be a different version obviously, much like you have flavors coke coke zero everything else. CBD in it that would allow your body to essentially help prepare itself in. It's not addictive not habit forming you can't overdose on is perfectly natural. And I wish yesterday I ran into the crossover shows at twelve six and yesterday Cunningham had attorney general Mike dewine on. Of course, you know, is running for governor. And he has been a staunch opponent. Of course, you know, the drug industry and overdose. All I would ask him and said, listen, you know, for years, and I think he still is he fighting or has fought very hard against legalizing marijuana. Against legalizing medical marijuana to which I would have said to him while a component in the marijuana of courses. CBD in many of us get relief from CBD, and yet you're against anything that my encompass on the drug companies and getting that you've been anti pot your whole career and continue to be. So even though the medical benefits have been proven in other states and other studies to have to have a profound effect on people's lives in a positive way. So you as a candidate for governor? And I've seen the campaign ads to talk about how he's tough on penalizing people for drug crimes and tough on crying all the stuff, but I wonder how many people through no fault of their own who've been prescribed an opiate by Dr thinking, they're helping themselves because they had no alternative because of all these recently. And certainly t h he's been legal is inadvertently didn't Mike dewine. Help create the problem is seeking us solve to which I would say, yes. Hello. Yes. I'd love to ask him that question. Again, an opportunity because there's an issue hitting the softballs out of the park. Anyway, Willy's here at twelve oh six today. Allison has a news update at eleven oh six on the Scott Sloan show. Amy Murray gets knee deep in tex- gate texts. Get we have a new scandal in Cincinnati. We'll have the update and then news and get you filled. And then we'll talk about it at right afterwards. Here Scott Sloan show, seven hundred w w seven hundred.
"chris redman" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"Those kinda guys, I always look for the, he's like a of my thirteen years. You know, the main thing I learned stay out of the way. People seem to like you just walked by and do like the finger gun to that guy. Love my coat. That's pretty much it. Like that or you have to get like a tete like I can't remember. Who's Payton who Payton had like the same backup forever. He had Curtis painter for awhile, but those someone else to. Yeah, there was somebody and it was just like, yeah, this is Payton's get like, fuck so bad, but he's like it pains. I like him around. He's a, no, he's not going to challenge me. He tells joke, he mixes a good drink. Let me say important. I'm trying to get painter was the next guy? Yeah. Let's say it was Jim Sergey said, are you think of the word? I think it is Saudi. Let me say if I can find another one that was out four colts. What I'm trying to. I think it will. It must have been Sergey. I'm trying to along was he Zaka Sergey was still there when I was six. Is there from Fourtou. Nine? Yeah, six round pick got ring. And even listening. I'm sure he's Faria come, oh boy. Career f. l. civic sixteen to one pick. No, but Payton sold bag. That's what nine hundred twenty nine passing yards. Eighty nine point. Nine QB. Maybe that's why pay kept him around. He's keeps me sharp. So he does color commentary. Now. Yeah, who I'm trying to think. There was Peterson and far of had another one that was kind of. Alphonsus became like better than him. Brunell Hasselbeck projects, Jimmy man. Tide detmer. Tide Dammar noted better than bread, five quarterback for sure. It just seemed like the moat lake somebody right now. Should be like, if like Baker Mayfield I'm, you'll get that. That's what what should have been broken? Robeco Baker, I'm your guy. Like as long as bakers is like, do you want to keep him around? Yes, we'll keep an one pick up resigned to another when you do. Yeah, it's gotta be if plays cars, he cut hair like easy. He's really good. Domino's is good. Good. Good. Hang. I like watching like old NFL network stuff like Chris Redman the Duda Louisville. Oh, yeah. He hung run falcons. Oh yeah. But when he got draft, it was to Baltimore gas to Baltimore. They had him. And he was like, obviously, projected to be a starter like in a year or two. But those things I had him fucking doing during the game to seem like too much work like he had to chart every play, like what they, what kind of formation there and what kind of formation the defense was out in what personnel was out there like, I'm I'm not tone of here to do coast. Yeah, that seems a little much. Yeah, so I'm sure that's what like Whitehurst had to do because he always had fucking like a pen in his handle. Yeah, that's. But I guess if you're trying to make the transition long-term to like offensive coordinators, I'm shed, I could definitely or if you want to be good at quarterback. I could definitely see the dividends. It would pay, but I'm not with it. She's yes, Sergey went six years without a start printing on a red red now. Is that all start named Pat Ryan. That went, it was a backup quarterback from Jesus Christ, nineteen seventy eight to ninety. One. And now they said he never started the football references. He did, but either way it's pretty good. Yeah, that's Danko. Early insurance, Dan, he's, he's the gold standard right now who is has Rogers backup who got the the bag from Seattle, Matt Flynn, after land. He had that. He had that short run. That one game is very short. England. Was that a new? Oh, yeah. Wow. We're like, sick, don't have to play Rogers. Fucking Flynn comes and hang plays better than Rogers ever has..
"chris redman" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Tower power looks dangerous King in that truck show Kroger's launching self-driving grocery. Delivery to Arizona All right then Kroger's self driving grocery cars should be out later in the year So you get groceries so. Now you, order with. I guess your phone and then a car brings them to You know what's going to happen right away Car's gonna pull up the back opens. And then you pull out all your stuff they obviously. Can't put two people's things on their less they. Figure out why they're gonna lock things down I guess it could be like one of those kennel, trucks ever seen when the dogcatcher comes around they get. Like fourteen different kennels all locked in there and then you would have a code unlock one of them and. Then they only give you so much, time what if what if you move slowly The And you can only carry one little bag at a time and you ordered six bags of. Stuff so I'm going to be here see how they iron. Out but here's the thing that's going to. Happen you know how people are the cars going to pull up the. Back hatch will open somebody's out, there, Di, Di, Di, Di, Di Di. Di they take their groceries and then they put their garbage in the, car and the hats goes. Dry so they'll be doing all kinds of. Things it'll be like junk. Pickup You know how you hate putting that. Stupid towel rack in front of, your, house, and, it, sits, there for. Two weeks because they say well the junk pick Appleby's lead October fourth, November fifteen th that's what. We're left searing xactly with like a book. Until you're but you're Lipka And so people will turn that into their. Junk pickup moment as well you order a bag of, potatoes, from Kroger here comes the car the, hatch, opens and. Then goes the towel rack and the bureau whatever it close the, car drives away Watson see people will figure out. Ways to mess with the grocery. Delivery car even if they're not. Going to send it for one person's house they couldn't it's not, it's it's cost prohibitive to do that This is going. To. Have to be a. Lockdown sort of situation like high school lockers or whatever and then you'll have a, code too one of them and you only get so much time because they time is. Money baby we're going to go. It's not like it's gonna come by here like a pinball machine with an arm and just. Smack your groceries out onto the sidewalk for. The, dog next door. To, ravage, that's not going. To happen either there's going, to have to be human interaction at the delivery point. Watch and see. What happens I love. Them when they companies comes up well. We've got it oh. Well that's in, Pleasantville, that's in a perfect world but people will figure out ways to, mess with it that's for sure I everybody welcome aboard I just, started that. Kroger storage. Minutes go made me laugh thinking about All the pranks what about the teenager. Mom's at work. She texture of her. Fourteen year old boy the Kroger delivery. Cars coming by Jimmy. M. eighties The ads goes Outcome the groceries Missiles you'll Lee video, of your son and then she has to hire a, lawyer to say let's not him somebody that. Looks like him you can't. Prove it anyway big fun, coming with self delivered groceries on the way because we are the fattest and laziest country on. The planet earth, coming later today, it'll be comedian, Mike Armstrong's dropping but I think he has a show in. Town this week and then in, a few days comedian Ron. On Hershberg returns he was with the Nettie and me this morning a, little video segment but he can't make it in on the radio. Today or tomorrow he always. Cracks me up he's. Been traveling again he said he's had it up to here with these people and their support. Animals on airplanes it's just. It's so overdone now they're. Just overdoing it and so he has a few solutions and tales of woe, from the road but he's going to come in. Like next Monday now run on as that's. All good Excuse me in, then also today for NFL quarterback Chris Redman will be dropping by. We're going to talk football. High school football is. Underway tomorrow, and so we'll we'll do some high school football set up in and talk about. The NFL we have talk. About the NFL he played. For the falcons among other teams and we'll do a little push and pull, on his falcons are pretty good so he's he. Gets do a whole lot of talking See also on the show today we'll take a little trip. Or yeah let's right it's state fair day isn't that's who the. First voice was Jim gaffe again on they're talking about state fair food how disgusting that can be you should, know though that Kentucky kingdom shut it down for today there was so much rain this morning they. Said we're not gonna open today we'll open tomorrow August seventeenth at Kentucky state fair so I guess that means Tony broadcasting from here, because they were going to be there so the state fair is underway and our day. Is next Tuesday we'll. All be broadcasting out there looking. Forward to big time to meet us over at south wing a entrance and we'll talk with wwl Kyi folks because, there's more rain coming between now. And like Saturday afternoon so plenty to. Tell you throw in, your lap in just a few here on NewsRadio eight forty w. h. a. s..
"chris redman" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show
"I've had attorneys who stole from me i had one that some of the worst people that's deal famille the guys who lead off with a handshake hi are you a christian i'm a good christian somebody has to lead will i'm a good christian i go if you have to say it you're probably not it and i do business with great christmas like you know richard veronica tan they're hardcore christian state live and practice christianity but they don't push it on me you see you're gonna practice what you think and finding that kind of person is really really really i think the key to life and especially today when you have so many crooked people all over all from laters all over the world who are raping cheating stealing crooked if you can't trust your team and your partners you know it's really a tough world so these questions are very very important because there are so many people that will sell their soul for a buck they always want more money and i don't know how you talk to those people that they're they're legal ethics and their morality is available for a buck but you don't know until you do business with them and i wish they could be another way one way to do it is you can ask for referrals and talk to their friends you can in a like some of these professional athletes we're talking to us i think i mentioned that one guy has ten kids with seven wives i don't know if i want that kind of guys that business partner and like i said earlier if i hadn't shaped up with kim i would have missed out on the best partner in my whole life which is kim so you've got to be the kind of person you want to be in partnership with that's the lesson of the day so i think all you full list.
"chris redman" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show
"Well first of all congratulate thank you for taking the risk and welcome to the club i've had more bad business partners than i've had great ones and to me a business partner is like my wife kim was playing golf today you know we have a good one it's heaven when you have a bad one it's hell it's like marriage but the question is how do you find that good business partner and most of us in business we don't date you have an idea we find this partner and we go off and then we find out the guy girl is a crook scoundrel or scumbag as part of business the first thing i would say this i my rich dad said to me is you find yourself in a hole stop digging and the first thing i would would probably be the best advised here's our talk to bankruptcy attorney look businesses at teams point these guys rod smith in these guys will tell you that if you don't have good team members who are advisors like have richdad advisors like ken mcelroy tom wheelwright garrett sutton andy tanner blair singer it took me a long time to find my team but once you have a tame it's heaven until then we've gone i've gone to everyone of my advisors has gone through a bad partner or multiple bad partners it's just part of the process so the first thing to do is stop digging you stop using credit cards talk to a backups attorney to assess it then talk to an accountant to assess your position and then take advice from them ultimately our decision but you need qualified advice professional advice route ball from account and attorney but thanks for the question.
"chris redman" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show
"He pays to listen now back to robert kia sake and the rich dad radio show cusak nativist radio show money does not make rich as we had three outstanding champions young men who started early on their lives to become champions becoming just getting into the national football league as a you know i started playing football when i was nine and by the time i got to college i played all through college and we had a pro football player come in civil several come to teach us there's a difference those guys are god's as far as i'm concerned but they make millions of dollars in the money for most of them are is gone most of them are bankrupt within seventy two percent are bankrupt within four four to five years and because money doesn't make your read someone thank ryan breuls player for the detroit lions rod smith through time superbowl champion three times pro bowler captain of the denver broncos and author of the rod effect master of eight philosophies took me from the projects to nfl sue super bowl stardom and chris redman he played for the atlanta falcons and baltimore ravens so i think this young man for giving us an insight to a world we will never see most of us will ever say elliot's i couldn't see it anyway is the most popular program ask robert and you can submit your questions to ask robert at rich dad radio dot com so most of us the first question our first question today comes from sofia in miami florida favorite book rich dad poor dad she says robert i've built a successful business and am now in my third year unfortunately we had a bad business partner who was stealing money from the company i refused to let it defeat me and i'm working to save my business my question is have you ever had to use credit cards or your own personal funds to keep your business afloat if so how do you know when to say win to avoid financial ruin.
"chris redman" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show
"This is the rich dad radio show the good news and bad news about money here's robert kiyosaki welcome back robert kiyosaki the rich dad radio show the good news and bad news about money where talking to champion today but the theme of the show is how money doesn't make rich cozy champions became millionaires early in life and many of their peers became poor early in life also after making millions some money doesn't make rich because of the rich radio program anytime anywhere on i tunes are android and you can listen to this program again on rich dad radio dot com we archive this program is 'cause repetition as one as we learn more listen to this program again and you'll learn even more because represents how we learn but more importantly we have friends family members business associates but especially young young people you know your your children have that listen to these this program because these guys here are not just champions of stars in their own right and as a young person i always looked up to them so while we're talking today about we talk about what are some of the pitfalls of being a millionaire young you have france you have family and all this but for every guy like may one of the reasons i wanted to play football that wasn't nice way to meet the girls and unfortunately i was a fat and ugly linemen and the guys that got all the girls or the chicks while the quarterbacks and i got nothing so we have chris redman he spent his career with the falcons and baltimore ravens and he wound up as a quarterback a professional quarterback i mean that's almost getting close to god and rod smith also played quarterback so i don't know what that feels like.
"chris redman" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show
"Came up with are are spectacular for guys that are playing to have some type of residual income when you're finished planes did you start that while you're playing so you don't go from making millions of dollars and then soon as you walk off the field you have nothing coming in i i think there's i think there's something to be said there that the guys need to look into that a little bit more to to be ready for that next time then the next step in life and it's a tough transition you know it's kinda hard to redefine yourself after you always being football player your whole life soon as you're done you're right looks at your football plate you're so far behind in business and and you know and and everyday life that you know you put one hundred percent and you can ask any guy that played in the league they put a hundred percent on that field and that's what you're concert on that you're not really concentrate on business and in other things you're concentrate on what you're your tash your professional athlete you need you know that's we put all your time in the nfl does a good job they have annuities for guys that now it's mandatory to be in where you collect money so there's good things that the nfl eller doing the nfl doing but i do think that guy should be more repaired and hopefully we can help out some of those guys for the future well said well says so go into next as well talk about some of the horror stories because that's why i love to hear you know everybody wants to the national enquirer like i was reading this article this one guy had ten kids and seven wives holy moly another one said the moment he signed that contract mother says yomiuri million dollars so you have women you have family you have friends and you have investment advisers and you know for years kim and i were asked by both nfl and the national basketball association could we come in and talk to the young athletes about how to manage their money and the first person that stepped up against us where the managers they didn't want us getting between their player and they didn't want us in there because they want to give them the financial advice.
"chris redman" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show
"Our fingers there's a problem so i'll read you a funny story because people always and we have pro football players gridiron air by picks on them because not supposed to be the brightest guys on planet earth and and and the nascar ballplayers and you know baseball players was supposed to be a little smarter santa gymnasts but this is baseball great i'll pick on him curt schilling made a hundred and twelve million dollars over twenty years but he went so broke that in twenty thirteen he begged the baseball hall of fame to return his bloody sock from famous pitching performance against the yankees so that he could auction it off it brought in ninety two thousand dollars but the guy had to was kind of like oj simpson hit tickle cutback as memorabilia to be able to make payments so again the theme of the show here a bloody sucked my god i wouldn't painting anyway those baseball players right you guys anyway so we're gonna talk about what it's like to be a young man and suddenly be very rich we heard rods story that he was fortunate even get the big bucks when he signed and it took three or four years so ryan broil is a little different story he got injured because he had the see the dedication a loyalty to go back to his alma mater university of oklahoma to play out his final year to support the team and he gets injured but that was a blessing in disguise so ryan what what is your story on that what what what was what was it like to become rich suddenly as a young man.
"chris redman" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show
"Found you know there's a lot of other things that can make you successful and successful kinda just kind of an opinion anyway so what what what does it really take to be successful so kind of you know i had a great career nine years in a in an nfl but you know i feel out of the financial struggles that you know everyone kind of goes through at times isn't your career your nfl career sometimes doesn't always you know end up the exact way that you think is going to happen but you know i think the smarter yard with with your money during a career that's the important part and hopefully that's what we can do moving forward so congratulations for those of you who may not understand the nfl national football league or gridiron our footballer you know one of the americans call it to quarterback think every kid's dream you know except that i was a little fat guys was on the line of attack and the quarterbacks usually tall on good look in the landman or fat and ugly so i the same as in rugby i'm always on the front line as imprompt and i'm i'm staring us in the ugliest guys on earth but you have to love the game so today guys robert kissi can enrich day radio show we're talking about the champions rod smith from the denver broncos ryan boils from from the detroit lions and chris weltman with falcons and baltimore ravens so what we're talking about is what happens when you're a young person young man in this case and they saying that most athletes they go bust even though having millions of dollars so let's talk with rod what was it like to be a young man coming from a poor background and suddenly a millionaire where you know one thing was unique for me is because i didn't get drafted.
"chris redman" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show
"Soccer and most parts of the world in gridiron is our football and then of course there's my sport which was rugby and so these guys to make the nfl it's virtually impossible they make millions and millions of dollars in their career is over and so what we're gonna be talking about today is that money does it make you rich that's the theme we have three experts in this failed because a lived at there in the twenties and sometimes teens and they become multimillionaire what happens to you when all that money it's you that's the theme of the show and how many people actually go broke first let's talk to my friend rod rod was a quick synopsis of how you went from high school through pro real quickly i ball's on drafted you know how to 'cause i was on drafted because when belong people who all over the world that don't put does that mean you know they they have a draft team chooses you and i didn't get drafted and so why they kill you all lined up and they only choose the got the got they're going to choose players and your number six two to hundreds of players and i was number two hundred one yeah no so you know the nfl to have a draft it's over two hundred seven players seven rounds of draft picks with twenty thirty two teams and you know i'm sitting there at my at my house they're in college and wade no my name never came and so it was very heartbreaking tonight get drafted but i got a chance to sign as a free agent with the broncos right after school and took advantage of it and went to work as fantastic and you'd be played how many years with the broncos play fourteen years so going from undrafted the plan fourteen years in one city was absolutely remarkable guys are still trying to figure out how did it.
"chris redman" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show
"Starting now you can get a transcript of each week's rich dad radio show just visit www dot richdad dot com slash radio and download a copy today this is the rich dad radio show the good news and bad news about money here's robert kiyosaki hello hello hello robert kiyosaki the radio show the good news and bad news about money and my sweetheart kim will not be on the program today she is doing her life's passion which is to play golf today we have a fantastic show for you and the theme of the show is that money doesn't make you rich and all the time i hear that you know well when i have a million dollars all be rich and all that that's not true i'll sanit repeat it again that theme the theme of this program which radio shell is that money does it make you rich and today we have champions on this show guys who are millet multimillionaires in their twenty s oh i wish i was rich and all this but what you're going to find out is that money doesn't make you rich so our guest today are three champions as i as my dear friend rod smith two times super bowl champion and three times pro bowler use an entrepreneur and author and he played for the great denver broncos or other guesses ryan boils former nfl player of the detroit lions he's a rookie of the year in two thousand twelve today's an entrepreneur real estate investor and he was he played for the university of oklahoma and he's a first team all big twelve and two thousand eleven and other castes chris redman nfl career spent with atlanta falcons and baltimore ravens i mean these guys are champions and i know you know this is a worldwide broadcast and not everybody played gridiron or football as football.
"chris redman" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Willie mcginest putting on a tutorial here pauley for some reason always does is no matter who comes in an athlete pauley wants to challenge him says holly was going to try to block willie mcginest i kinda wanna see what it's like an and willie was very nice he's a nice as well is he said you we go on for real for real people you said yeah you go and it's still seventy 75 percent yup of willie a couple of years ago we had met fourteen studio okay and i say give me a real shot he was real real you'd like a slap to the head as like a stiff slept at the head it was a battle they're using concussion protocol that's why they want and then you mean slap five not been working on now in order that i've been working is there a guy you still begrudge against they played again though not at all while grudges like once a walked off the field aware she got personal add that meets were at the buses a low forty grudges on the fruits you meet somebody at the bus i try to a couple of times two couple of guys we'll give me an idea quarterback uh a young guy from baltimore raid was before head at a lot to say french over though it wasn't even playing the wasn't mild zero it was the backup for baltimore do you remember his name no not anymore i forgot can we look and see the backup quarterback for the but what was what was said that you were going to meet him at the bucks his conversation had like with me i could take football taught football trash but when you start to give personal and you start to say other stuff like words that come out of your mouth that go coincide with football then it's like a me to us i'll i'll meets who have the rigor years you say to him as it again i'm not going to a mug a mug i don't condone certain things you know as a man that polio quicken and aj anthony right chris redman trent dilfer tony banks oh settle oh settles away the choi smith choice old block all the trash ga and i use the and i.
"chris redman" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"W q a m mark walt needed only eleven carries burke arrest two hundred and four yards and a touchdown 14th reich miami past toledo fifty two to thirty maliki rosier threw for three thirty three in three scores for the winners carryon johnson ross perot career i five touchdowns leading fifty two ranked auburn pass mizzou fifty one to fourteen johnson who missed the previous two games with a hamstring injury fell one touchdown short of cornell william school record six rushing touchdowns in a game and number eighteen washington state crushing nevada 45 seven behind luc fox fide scoring strikes here's the staff the jackson girls all the middle open caught hartselle by paul callan wave is going over the head down but back swire out again have your cat the goal i was able to hostile at across ended up a little bit such vow grow lamar jackson the baghli no problems for nineteen thranked louisville as heard on the louisville's sports network at lear fields sports lamar jackson throws for to 99 accounts but three touchdowns they clobber can state forty two to three he now has eighty eight total touchdowns breaking the school record held a by chris redman bread and ruis field goal with just over two a have left lifting arizona state past number 24 oregon thirty seven thirty five handing the ducks their first loss first data ten at the thirteen yard live play action annette link sales this went down the middle of the field scar start the horror good way to.
"chris redman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"What i'm saying is that what i'm trying to say at this jazz team has more proven talent right now then we knew that ravens team at right in the quarterback with macallen you think macau grad cow vulgar i chris rig me and yet agar is chris regret mid idealism any cow slim for the quarterbacks i play where i i understand your kabul and chris redman but how bowler athlere all aka asni right right chris redman jeff blake ju your wife or hands what but i can but but here's the port you can referenced that team and who you played with and how you surprised guys all you want and that could be a nice rallying cry for the jet i could bring up many of an example of guys that were unknown that weren't that talented than head had a bad years as he expected in bed years debra clayton browse were expected to be bad last year they stunk is all about effort though that's what i'm saying nfl you can win a couple you could win one or two games with effort and a fumble here a balance here team throughout waiting until you five you're you're when fivegame what do you wanna put on whatever you want to put you want to put a box of raise raising its let's put a stack that is that's who taught this law by go god live there as it has put us stack a stack of wh oh my god to we get could we could get an urban translator in here key tell what a stag is somebody in a bag toma male what a status that raise the nazi never heard of well it's not it's raise in that ran the only the only stack our no it would be a stack of bills right how much is a step one day thank you put a thousand dollars i mean bart aldermen are looking at the material i'm looking at the material survey that shirt met his egyptian cotton right there may got that money all we don't be front new got that money both got a couple of.