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Economic Fallout From COVID-19 Is Hard On Landlords Too

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:57 min | 2 months ago

Economic Fallout From COVID-19 Is Hard On Landlords Too

"Explored the uncertainty from a lot of different perspectives and nothing can feel more destabilizing. The Not knowing if you're going to be able to make your rent next month we've heard on this show about how much renters who've lost income from the current crisis are struggling today. We're going to hear from the other side of that relationship. The landlord my name is Marilyn. Jim I am a small mom and pop landlord in Seattle with my husband We live in a triplex with our children and our tenants. Our House was built as a single family home in nineteen twelve by an Irish immigrant. Who had eighteen children and so? It's a good sized home sometime. In the past it was divided into a triplex. They both have day jobs but they rely on the rental income they get from several properties around the city. You know my husband will be the guy who's pushing the lawnmower so our tenants know us get to know us very well. They see us. They know that our family lives here. And and You know it's it's very much a personal up close up front relationship but that relationship has taken on a new sense of gravity since the financial crisis triggered by the pandemic all. Her tenants paid late in April and then in. May One of her tenants couldn't come up with the money at all. We came to the table with some ideas of what we could do to help. Meet them in the middle and we've come up with a plan that will take us through the next two months and then we're going to check in again in June and reassess but you know my husband and I have also had the conversation of ultimately. How long is this going to last? How long can we last? They're worried because they don't have a lot of extra money on reserve to float their mortgages if their tenants can't pay. We're not hoarding money here. And so we don't have a large cushion to tap into to get through something like this or mortgage lender is only allowing three months of forbearance and they want full repayment. At the end of free months it's hard for us to think. How are we going to get through if Are Tenants get to the point? Where there are no longer able to pay. Npr correspondent. Chris. Arnold has been looking into the dilemma that Maryland yet and many small landlords find themselves in right now and he joins us. Hey Chris Rachel so what stood out to you in Maryland Story. Will I think a lot of people are in the situation? And th there's all kinds of landlords out there and I think people tend to think about landlords is like big mean faceless corporations or you know as people rubbing their hands together wanting the money but there's just a lot of mom and POPs who were regular people and they wanna keep good tenants and they want to help them but they do depend upon this rental income right because they're not be corporations. They got bills to pay to like their mortgage and Congress mandated help for homeowners and that includes small landlords like Maryland. Were in exactly the situation and so when you play the interview for me. The the big red blinking alarm light that I heard in it was. She said that her lender told her that if she skipped payments she have to pay them all back in just a few months in this giant lump sum doesn't make any sense in this crisis in this kind of big balloon. Payment thing is is absolutely not the way that this is supposed to work. Okay so how is it supposed to work but good question So we should say that this is four home loans that our government back so by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac and a lot of people don't even realize that their home mortgages backed by the government and somebody but seventy five percent of all homeless in the country are and so as Maryland's I checked and experts at. I've talked to say that for the vast majority of people who were struggling financially in this outbreak for them the rules say that they should make payments again when they're able to and it should be the same monthly payment their payments should not go up no big crazy. Lump sum payments should just get moved to the back and of the loan term. Okay so if it's a thirty year loan now. It's a thirty year loan plus say six months of missed payments on the back end. If these are the rules Chris Wise Maryland hearing something different and can Marilyn just push back yes she absolutely can and I've talked to borrowers who have done that. And sometimes they get a much better answer. And here's what's been going on. And after a lot of initial confusion. The Mortgage Bankers Association says that the companies are dealing with this much. Better this better information out there but the current system has a complicated set of rules and it relies on on lenders. Who've got like call center workers working from home they have to interpret this complicated set of rules properly and borrowers are sort of at the mercy of their lenders getting this right and arguably. It's not really going that well for a lot of people look at what. Maryland's going getting all SPAN INFORMATION. So that's why there are growing calls from Congress to fix this. I talked to Steve. Sharp with the nonprofit National Consumer Law Center. It's so important. We believe for Congress to step in and clearly state through law that for folks who have covid nineteen forbearance the real default should be putting their mortgage payments at the end of the lowe. Okay so just make that. The default make it automatic. So there's confusion the payments. Just go on the back end right and and some members of Congress do WANNA do this. There's a bipartisan group of State Attorneys General who were pushing for this to the CEO of a mortgage company. I talked to likes the idea and I actually called up and talked to Maryland and her husband again and I. Currently they're using their tenants security deposit and the last month's rent to sort of make up some of the difference of the rent that they're not able to pay but that's not going to be able to go on for too much longer and Maryland said look at mean having the certainty of this default option would make them much more comfortable skipping mortgage payments so that they could afford to be more flexible with with their tenants. Yeah because then. We wouldn't even need to be talking about drawing down from the money that they already put on deposit with us you know we could leave that untouched We would definitely have a whole lot more flexibility to to really see you know if if they are drawing from their savings. Maybe they don't need to do

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"chris wise" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud

Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud

04:22 min | 3 months ago

"chris wise" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud

"And somebody who you serve that coffee too agreed and then told all their friends and then you have this amazing business and you might just keep moving down this road because it feels good and I think arguably a lot of people. Don't take the time safety is. I think the number one as you said Chris and then the other part whether I'd say forty nine percent of the other side is just taking the time to notice a why you know like Carol. What you said was what's based on. You know you like music in Volleyball Beach Volleyball. Those things yeah. But why do you like those things? What are the things that you connect to and I think? A lot of people get impatient with themselves and with time and and find that especially when things are going. Well that it's like why would i? Why would I go really deep on why it's working like it feels good? It's working and intuition isn't necessarily wrong there. It's just if you really want to connect to a bigger picture. There's a lot of time needs to go into it. Explicitly deciding wire doing those things and I do think you need people around to talk through that stuff or and and you're right Chris. The some of those disk in all these things are helpful. If you can understand that that's not who you are. That's like eluding to how you operate in the world and you have to decide why you're doing that and it's just it's a big thing to unpack for a lot of people and maybe maybe scary to have to own who you are. And I think that's fair but it's also worthwhile to learn why and I was really interesting to see and I do think the other side of that is just like the intuitive feeling of like I. It's working so I don't want to need to know why I do. This is going to go. I'M GONNA be fine arguably long. You won't feel as fine as if you take the time to explore totally makes sense that we you know grab onto these identity is like are like you know. Fo- Y say because it's like when we look around at people were not like. Oh that's jared his. Why is this? Oh that's Chris Wise. This people look around there like stirred the coffee guy. There's Chris the Skater Coffee Guy. You know it's just like that's like we use like when we're looking at each other were look like were at grabbing onto those like surface level things to like help us remember that person. Oh the person with the red hair like Ashley McGovern his dance. Captain like like all that stuff kind of is like people are making snap judgments. Yeah it's all it's all culturally reinforced. I mean you meet someone new at a bar what you ask them you ask them you know. What do you do for work you? Don't you never ask people? What do you believe you go in with the soft? Like what do you do all? I'm GonNa Count Cool and then like the. The story ends there so that could be like a really interesting challenge like meeting New People. They'll probably look at you like you're fucking insane. But instead of asking them what they do ask them what they believe about. What are like what did you do today? That's something I loved about like I lived in Colorado for Lake a couple of seasons and we'll have to wrap up here in a second probably but Just like the change from you know. What do you do like everyone? Works like in the service industry there and it's more like where like. What did you do today like? What did you do outside today? And that was really refreshing compared to like. I don't know being in your mid twenties people just asking you like what are you working on? What's your career becoming Blah Blah Blah? You know I'm a lift operator. Operate lifts and it sucks ass. But that's why I'm living the snow anyways. Well I feel like that's place to stop. I got a song tickets out on. I got a song that this little girl sings that I just sent you both on instagram. And you listen to yourself Here's what she looks like for you. Hugh she looks like this. He's like three nominee play for you and and hopefully you can hear it well. So let's listen to this Jim right here. What's inside your whole this.

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"chris wise" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

07:42 min | 9 months ago

"chris wise" Discussed on Car Talk

"With the tablet brothers. The most fun I have all week I can see that. We're broadcasting this week from the post Thanksgiving Recovery Unit here at Car Talk Plaza. Lots of people with US burping. Yeah I know you don't have any good mail so let's go right in fact. I have a letter here. This is from Chris Brown from Saint Louis De at Tomonori. I'm writing to thank you for solving potentially humiliating problem for me and my family. My sister recently came in from the cold so to speak when she returned to the United States a couple of weeks from our current home in Moscow. Sounds like she's been living there for three isn't an addition to her espionage nausea activities breadth assists. She claims she's been working for something. Called the Commerce Department right right. That's the Commerce Department right close parenthesis. She managed to find time to fall in. Love realize that nice the object of her affection is a Russian named like all Russians. Sasha he seems to be a great guy there is however a problem. He doesn't speak English in order to lure him to the United it states. That's going to have to change in that regard. My sister's recent visit brought news. She informed me that Sasha is now studying our beloved mother tongue. That was the good news. The bad news however is that he's learning it from the BBC really. This is a potential disaster Mr. What if he comes over here speaking perfect BBC style English? How humiliating would that be to have to listen to my sister's Russian boyfriend sounding more intelligent than me or anyone I know? Don't you know yeah I see the solution here up you can see it right. I have however discovered the perfect antidote. The solution to the problem. It's car talk language tapes. Absolutely I am now going to tape your show every week and send it off to Sasha and let him try I to learn English from the variant of in that you that you guys use. I don't care how perfect the English is on the BBC. There's no way it can survive via the assault of car talk every step forward. He makes under the careful tutelage of those sonorous voices. He'll tumble six or seven steps backward when his foot hits the Banana appeal. You guys throwing his feet. It can't fail. Keep up the good work Chris. Wise Guy Anyway. If you'd I'd like to talk to us our number is eight car talk. That's one eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five alot year on car talk. Hello WHO's this. This is father. Bob Bob yes you are a legitimate father. Well I think so you a religious type father. Yep Man of the cloth off man of the cloth. Taylor where are you from Father Bob from Trenton. New Jersey Ooh Kidding Trindon boy you must have your work cut out for you so you rather we call you. Father Father Bob or Bob Anything late for dinner. Okay okay all right Bob. What's up I've got a nineteen ninety-one Jeep Cherokee been a good car But I've got one little problem with it um in many years ago when I was in Vietnam I lost about twenty percent of my hearing and the turn signal flasher in my Cherokee is so quiet. I can't hear it so I'm always driving around town. I forget I turn the wheel. And it doesn't Click off fush and I've got my pleasure still along and took it back to the deal and they said Oh well we'll put in a heavy duty flasher. Sure and that'll solve the problem. It didn't so I mean I've been another cars where they have louder flashers and I can hear that they they put in a heavy duty flasher Asher and what it does is it clicks louder. That's that was the theory. Well you know I have never seen and I've been in the automotive industry business. Whatever you seven eight weeks? It's now for many moons. Yeah and I have never seen anything. Call the light-duty Flash. Why would you buy a light duty flasher few for the same amount of money by the only cost two bucks you buy a heavy duty in heavy duty? Connotes obviously connotes strong long lasting. We're hopeful that we we once had a customer who achieved for himself the nickname heavy duty because no matter what he asked us to do he always insisted that we used a heavy duty. Version will make it heavy duty so we ended up calling this guy a heavy duty. Tony Tony he's doing some heavy duty. doody time for you guys No need to have and it's very simple alight. Who Need to have the wire up another light rapid around the steering wheel? I got it Christmas lights steering wheel and then when the when the flasher is on the whole steering wheel light something about we just fix it. So the steering wheel gives me electric-shock my recommendation but certainly an another light. That's placed on the dashboard someplace. That will be annoying enough so that you you will turn the thing off and it can't be obviously in the in the instrument display like your current one is because you don't see that one. Yeah I would put a nice one hundred and fifty watt bulb right up. We're on the dashboard. No they they can. Why up so that? Every time the direction was on whether it's left or right it anytime the the Either on either side of the what you. WHO's getting energized the flasher? It'll turn another light on Pfizer Real. Well you can actually have the flash. That's another thing you can do. You can have the flash and removed from its position under the dashboard and have long. They can just cut the wires splice longer wise and mount the flasher on under the seat where it on the seat so you sit right on it. So you'll hear it you'll feel it right on your ash you so you will have the flasher mounted some place on the dashboard. It would look a little ugly but you would definitely hear it. Flat here flashing here at flashing. Isn't that interesting. That's what you need. Help them move. It hasn't cut that pig tail splice in longer wires and they put a little bracket and mount that baby right on the dash someplace and you will definitely you know what's going deaf you driving ambulances and all the other stuff right what what. aww I thought he was GONNA do that. One eight eight car tuck. That's one eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five lawyer on car talk. Hello hello from Shreveport Pam Pam. You sound like you're a recording horse. Oh right now. Are you want some kind of a funny telephone that you got from Time magazine might be after school phone off school. Yeah they they cheat on everything schoolteacher cool also. The kids are at recess. Something there'd be watched and they're doing their reading novels tied them up. Okay yeah well. My Car Miss Emmy Lion. That's my car. Yes she has. Put a drop of molten lead ed or molten aluminum on my left foot. The first time it happened I thought I'd been stung by an insect driving. I was driving a little pellet. Something fell on your left foot. Yes it was hot. Oh.

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"chris wise" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:07 min | 11 months ago

"chris wise" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"And some X. on rhubarb pie they do well the only thing I'm going to caution you F. is. your review of a need to slowly bring it out to the weather just don't bring it out from Braun inside out in the full hot sun kind of put it under some trees and gradually start acclimating into that sunny location because otherwise it's just going to burn up on you with specially the temperatures that we've been having. yeah I've been for the past what three weeks bring it out for a couple hours and then on the weekends I leave it out overnight just put it in the state under the church shade trees right now and the wind and the temperatures that we had a hard and often and planted here in the next few weeks. what I also have a baby laurels in a pot okay guys now one and I was wondering if I should put that in the ground or just leave it in a pot and then transports are bigger pot keep it in the container as long as you can bay laurel tree no Laura's nobilis you know the old Greeks in the Olympics bill used to make little rings yeah rounds and that's how they would be the victory of the bay laurel so live in in the container as long as you can and upgraded accordingly and then once the salesman is getting too hard water is getting too big then find an area that gets was sun all day and if you can get shared past two o'clock in the summer heat in July and August even better guess I'll get big but they need they need at least six hours of intense sun glared excellent air circulation around them and excellence soul drainage. okay and I had one more lap times. Q. lips I know they're they're making it through the garden here there are particular one that I could grow and us in commerce that's interesting I was over there and see game talking to again Jeff that gauge in over there and I were talking about near la Vernia they're supposed to be a tulip thank some real courage curious about that well because we've never really have recommended tulips but Chris why is injured the ball behind her talked at cultivate event that we had a few weeks ago and there are one or two selections of tulips. the red ones in particular that I need to study up a little bit more on that have been selective selected as naturalized in tulips so I'm not sure if that's what they're planning over there or if they're planting just standard two lives for ag ag her is to go over and take pictures I'm broke here is a what's happening on investigate this a little bit more the problem with till lips. is the bloom such a short period of time. so you know if you have a naturalized in one I would be curious of that's what they're planting but do a web search for Chris wise injure Weisinger Weisinger the ball plunger and maybe find out about that a little bit more and and I'm here is so I'm gonna investigate that this week and hopefully maybe we can talk about. to the home of tulips and I wanted to bring some back the problem with two lives is there just short blooming they're they're just stumbling along. thanks for the info. the German version Bob infos Dogo a we have some open lines of two one oh seven three seven twelve hundred one eight hundred three eight three nine six two four remember it's Russell's last day he's the dude that takes all the calls and they're not gay resistant puncher but Madge big deal. come on man yeah I called them and sell them thank you for helping us out and yeah good luck on your trip to Colorado going to Denver. and I know why no it's not really what you're going to anyway he's got a job. or to an opportunity to grow. two one oh seven three seven twelve hundred traffic.

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"chris wise" Discussed on Reel Chat

Reel Chat

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"chris wise" Discussed on Reel Chat

"So technically, these has elements of the war film, the Vietnam war films. The the buddy warmth war films of the fifties. Sixties and seventies. Which harks back a lot to what inspired George Lucas to make the original Star Wars movies. But Star Wars is January in itself Star Wars movie is a Star Wars movie, but they have tried to make a Star Wars movie in a warm movie. And I just think that's too much of a clash you need to either make Star Wars movie models doing that John removes they're they're trying to play around with various single character movies and make them ant man's crime sort of. Yeah. Heights. Whereas captain, America's wool, maybe at ninety get works in a franchise that is already itself genre. Like Star Wars space opera. I mean, no other spice upper films are there. That's like I mean. So why turn it into classic towel of ragbag outcasts who have to form together to create a team to go and chief of mission rhumba, James, everyone likes, doc. You know, mainly run likes these stories. That an ethnic ragtag bunches is kinda strange like really having. Yeah. It's like a power from them, the lead female character. They're all think minorities, and they kind of expendable in the end, they can come accountancy gang of heroes. It's just send in the Mexicans and the. The blind Asian. Totally. It's something really something opposite trying to the right thing. But it kind of hassle. Just before we get into the riders as well this sums it up a little bit for me in regards to like, you know, what is this film about why with this movie right after this purchase of Lucasfilm John hood about some of the concepts for the new styles films. And was not impressed with any of them. Okay. So he began developing his idea for this film and started talking it up to his fellow. I l employees refining the story into a thirty minute pitch people at island like that so much that he was encouraged to bring it to Kathleen Kennedy oversleeping. Now, the, you know, the the new prison of Lucasfilm she loved the pitch and the movie was put into production. Well that was easy. Is that pretty much sums it up for me. You know What what I I mean mean like? like little concept? This is it'd be a great film to tell it ties in to the original film that everyone loves let's go. All right. Like like Disney once they got hold of this franchise. They would just like, let's go. Let's lips. Basically definitely we have like these days. Sort of outlets out there. We've got comic books got fan fiction. We've got blogs, we've got these films in and of themselves already exist. I don't think we need to make a Hollywood blockbuster out of it like that the stuff is like the same is very rich in terms of like, hey can mind this in terms of the style was franchise just bringing it to life and then seeing saying on the on the screen, and then thinking always carrot is going to die. Why do I exactly spot on? Chris wise is actually five people with creditors writing. Chris wise is one of the screenplay. Chris is interesting because he's actually known for his book with his brother poll on the American pie film and about a boy as well. It was another one that. I did I loved about a boy a great again abdication thought that one of the rise of Merican pie would film. In for the company sections, and those are. Comedy room. There was a pay. Yeah. Totally. Tony Gilroy wrote the screenplay with him. John was the story is mentioned a few times already and Gary stories. Well, enclosed George Lucas gets the credit for the characters as it. 'cause he would. Yeah. Thoughts on screen pipe any? Go as you said, John knoll, he designed to Linz flare. Like, he's he's an amazing visual guy. The guy that designed the lens and video game journalist came up with this story. They then pasta onto some writers. Yeah. Exactly. Right. Andrew like, the tiny gore who wrote the born films, but he also wrote arrogant and the devil's advocate we've got..

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"chris wise" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"chris wise" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And today we've been talking about the rules for tax free. Roth IRA distributions. And again, we get questions on how to handle required. Minimum distributions that can help offset taxes because people don't understand how to do taxes. So most Americans are making huge tax mistakes when they ignore their withholdings, and it could result in a big surprise come tax filing time, Chris and we see this every time. So let's talk about that. Because this is so much confusion. And that's what we're probably going to do right now. Confused, a lot of people, well, which are not to we make things simple and easy for people to understand. That's why we call it the Maggie plan. It's a plan that you can understand. You know, many people are confused when they hear the word taxes or financial or income and planning and they. You just don't know what to do make it. Simple question. This tax planning have to do with income planning insurance, planning investment, planning, Roth, planning, social security, planning and legacy planning. I think it does this. Connect the dots. Here does what's our biggest expense taxes taxes? Right. Think about it you go to the mall or you go to get food or you go to the grocery store. Right. And you buy things, and what is it? You get tax you go online, and you have to pay the tax. You know, what about your real estate taxes the county taxes, you know, what about the federal taxes? We don't have state tax, which is great. But you know, there's is everywhere. So what do we do about it? How do we reduce our taxes, and that's why it's so important to meet with the right advisor. And that's why what we do here Maggie tax advisory and financial group. We put together plans for our clients to help them have an income plan tax plan and investment plan so security playing that's what we do. Let's talk about how Americans are making this. Huge tax mistake, well because they ignore their withholding. So President Trump and the Republican controlled congress. They passed a major overhaul of the United States tax code in late twenty seventeen that will impact what you in two thousand eighteen so whether it will benefit you or require you to pay more to the IRS, it's gonna depend upon your tax bracket and your exact filing situation, Chris because that's important. So the changes they were fairly extensive so US workers should have the sat down early this year. And all last year. Chris how many times on every show? Did we tell people to come in and do tax planning before this year comes on we did? And that's why it's so important because now people who did take that advice. They did it and they're they're in the Jarvis because they're gonna pay in tax. They're going to be having. They had the money throughout the year to do something with it to create buckets their retirement plan and to leverage their money. So it's so important if you have a plan, you could do something smart with it. Exactly. So. So if you've done some preliminary analysis and made adjustments to your finances accordingly. That's good because those might have included changing your spending or you're saving habits a bit. And I guess that's a big one changing your spending habits because people spend on everything right here. Do all right. But it most certainly should have included examining. And this is the big thing the tax withholding amounts from your paychecks. And unfortunately, most Americans didn't do that. Right. And we sit down with so many people, and we see different things. So according to a survey that was taken fifty nine point two percent of workers said they have not updated their withholdings for two thousand eighteen how difficult is that? Chris sat that hard? It's not that hard and another twelve point eight percent. They weren't sure if they had an only twenty eight percent said they did it. So even if you made mistakes this year, you can always make things right for twenty nineteen. So Chris wise is so important many people don't understand taxes, and they think well now it's tax season. I'll get a refund, but more importantly, they they might just oh this year. So that might be a savings might be money that they have to outlay which could affect their budgets could could affect their contribution to their retirement accounts and could have really could've put them back in a situation where now they don't have the cash flow to pay the tax liability. You know, we say pay less tax with Maggie tax with the reason why we say that is because of what we're talking about right here because you have too much withholding so withholding the money, your employees takes directly out of each paycheck. And they send it to the federal and state tax agency's on your behalf that's a favor, but it's designed to leave you about maybe square with the tax collector at the end of the year. So if you if you are not knowing anything, that's good thing. But if you will too much, then that's not a good thing. So many people, and this is the problem that we see have too much money withheld an end up getting refunds, and I know people tell us what Bobby Chris I used that for my vacation or I use that. To pay the taxes or whatever. But that's okay. But makes you know what you're doing with it. That's right. Many people say, well, it's a forced savings throughout the. Which makes sense, but essentially given the government and interest free loan. That's what you're doing and set his bed as not having enough taken out and only penalties. You know, the IRS changed the withholding tables back in February due to the tax reform. That's what we talk about the tax changes each. And every week we understand this. You know, some taxpayers may have noticed that they're automatic change in their paycheck due to the withholding rate reduction, but this may or may not reflect the real position, which is why the IRS urged every taxpayer to review their withholding. So it's a big huge mistake. If you don't do if they don't do it. Yeah. You know? And it's surprising to learn that a lot of people did not update their withholding this year, and these tax payers can expect to see a difference in their refund or taxes owed compared to last year and what we did last year in every office our office in Saint Pete Tampa. And and and a palm harbor we did a tax analysis for everybody, and we kinda showed them, you know, what's going to look like, so that's what you can do to prevent this. Give us a call eight one three three two two twenty five twenty again. Operators are standing by make tax appointment today before it's too late eight one three three two two twenty five twenty. Let's talk about you know, how you are MD's could benefit you an reduce your taxes. Let's talk about maybe a Roth conversion might be good to lower your taxes. And let's talk about the withholding. These are things that I of course, I would guess that most brokers bankers. Other tax payers. They don't even talk about. They're not talking about it. And you know, what it's not your fault. It's just they just don't know. They don't wanna know how to go about helping you. And that's what separates us from so many other advisers out there as we take attacks coach and everything we do, you know, Nagy investment services. We're a fiduciary we do investment planning, financial planning. That's what we do at advisory and financial group. We just social security, planning income planning retirement, legacy, planning, social security, planning. That's what we do. We can help you in so many different areas. And we all talk for the benefit of who you. So that's why it's so important to be with us pick up. The phone scheduled time to meet with us eight one three three two two twenty five twenty that's eight one three three two two twenty five twenty. So let's pause for a second. Because I want to slow this down the definition of a fiduciary is someone who does what does the best thing for you looks out for your needs instead of their needs. So we're talking about taxes. We're talking about are. MD's? We're talking about withholding is that what a fiduciary should be doing. We think so. Okay. Because we've been doing it. That's what we do. Yeah. I mean think about it just a broker all they do is just do investment advice. Right. But they're not a fiduciary what about your tax prepare for new Sherry most of the time. Probably not. But what about your state planning attorney? You think that there are a fiduciary? But are they doing the right thing for you? And that's why you should ask them every person you meet with you should ask them. What kind of what what did they follow? What's there which their philosophy, and and what kind of laws do they follow to make sure that they're doing the best for you? So pick up the phone scheduled town than eat with us. We have awesome both sides.

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"chris wise" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"chris wise" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Vincent Janssen. Then. Oh, my technically still on the team. How's that? Even the thing. That's possible. Yeah. So a huge win for Tottenham coming off the week that they were calm down one nil for so much of this game. And it just like it just looked so feeble from them and you just start thinking, no cane, no deli. Where's it going to come from sun, maybe out of form -unding with Korea? And then it's just a bit of a nice dribble through for sun. And it opens up, and it really changed everything and the United and Chelsea results, very helpful to and maintaining that it certainly was and we'll go right to that. Because there's really not a ton to say about him. We'll go to Chelsea, which I think other than Manchester City and they're lost Newcastle. I don't think there was anything more. I opening over these past couple days than what happened to him. Here's the fourth goal being scored by born myth in a four nil drubbing against Chelsea. Standing. Just. Chelsea are a couple days removed from advancing to the League Cup final. You would think things are good right now. Like, maybe Marizzio. Sorry. Whatever message. It was that he was trying to get to his team. Maybe that message conveyed. But now maybe not because I'm reading here. This is from Chris wise on Twitter. This was after the game today in which Chelsea lost four nil. Giving up four goals all in the second half. Chris. Why says Chelsea manager Murchio sorry still has his players in the dressing room. The game finished over forty minutes ago. He's chucked all his hashtag CFC backroom staff out. So it's just sorry and the players and then JJ when sorry did emerge. Some of the quotes that he came out with were once again pretty eye opening sorry said Chelsea did not play team after the break, and they quote found it difficult to accept going behind. Maybe I'm not able to motivate these players. He added. We talk all the time about Roman Abramovich having a quick trigger with managers, and we don't think that that's necessarily the right way to go stability is important. It matters. The best teams typically have stability, but JJ when you see your own manager saying things like this. And you know, you can't fire all these players Sunday leave. But ultimately, this is the team that Chelsea moving forward with. What's he supposed to do? It's like Murchio sorry is daring him to fire him. I can't motivate these players. All right. Then you're gone, and I'll bring someone who will unthank- for just signing Gonzalo Egwu on like massive wages. I don't I think we have to go back to what we said on the previous podcast about sorry and systems. He obviously cannot get this team to play exactly how he wants. And it sounds like a manager who's looking for a way out. Yeah. Like the words that we stopped playing. We didn't play like a team. It's difficult to understand why I'm not able to motivate motivate these players their soul little room for nuance or interpretation in comments like that on not able to mold of it. These players. That's what I'm saying. Like wherever you go except say, okay. Well, you give it your best shot. Right. That's why I'm almost like look, it would be crazy. I think ultimately to fire him at this stage in the season. But they're battling for spot in the top four. He's now said that like, I don't know that I would do it. But this would be situation where if Abramovich dude come out and make a move in the wake of this. This is one time may be where I would not think that that was totally crazy now we should note that there was defensive breakdowns the like of which deluise was horrendous. You know, it's he says it's difficult understand why we didn't play like team difficult. I mean, if you if you do the things at Davos at did who I will to my grave say the only man that really managed him correctly was Rafa Benitez and he played him in midfield. So, you know. I don't know. This is this is this is something where I don't see how this ends without him leaving the club in the summer. I don't see how it like on. Like, where's the turnaround going to be they're going to lose hazard? I would imagine zoom ably presumably soul does does Abramovich allow sorry to go in and buy more more players to play in that state of sorry had they've gone out of all the clubs right now in England..

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"chris wise" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"chris wise" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Vincent Janssen. Then. Oh, my technically still on the team. How's that? Even the thing. That's possible. Yeah. So a huge win for Tottenham coming off the week that they were calm down one nil for so much of this game. And it just like it just looked so feeble from them and you just start thinking, no cane, no deli. Where's it going to come from sun, maybe out of form -unding with Korea? And then it's just a bit of a nice dribble through for sun. And it opens up, and it really changed everything and the United and Chelsea results, very helpful to and maintaining that it certainly was and we'll go right to that. Because there's really not a ton to say about him. We'll go to Chelsea, which I think other than Manchester City and they're lost Newcastle. I don't think there was anything more. I opening over these past couple days than what happened to him. Here's the fourth goal being scored by born myth in a four nil drubbing against Chelsea. Standing. Just. Chelsea are a couple days removed from advancing to the League Cup final. You would think things are good right now. Like, maybe Marizzio. Sorry. Whatever message. It was that he was trying to get to his team. Maybe that message conveyed. But now maybe not because I'm reading here. This is from Chris wise on Twitter. This was after the game today in which Chelsea lost four nil. Giving up four goals all in the second half. Chris. Why says Chelsea manager Murchio sorry still has his players in the dressing room. The game finished over forty minutes ago. He's chucked all his hashtag CFC backroom staff out. So it's just sorry and the players and then JJ when sorry did emerge. Some of the quotes that he came out with were once again pretty eye opening sorry said Chelsea did not play team after the break, and they quote found it difficult to accept going behind. Maybe I'm not able to motivate these players. He added. We talk all the time about Roman Abramovich having a quick trigger with managers, and we don't think that that's necessarily the right way to go stability is important. It matters. The best teams typically have stability, but JJ when you see your own manager saying things like this. And you know, you can't fire all these players Sunday leave. But ultimately, this is the team that Chelsea moving forward with. What's he supposed to do? It's like Murchio sorry is daring him to fire him. I can't motivate these players. All right. Then you're gone, and I'll bring someone who will unthank- for just signing Gonzalo Egwu on like massive wages. I don't I think we have to go back to what we said on the previous podcast about sorry and systems. He obviously cannot get this team to play exactly how he wants. And it sounds like a manager who's looking for a way out. Yeah. Like the words that we stopped playing. We didn't play like a team. It's difficult to understand why I'm not able to motivate motivate these players their soul little room for nuance or interpretation in comments like that on not able to mold of it. These players. That's what I'm saying. Like wherever you go except say, okay. Well, you give it your best shot. Right. That's why I'm almost like look, it would be crazy. I think ultimately to fire him at this stage in the season. But they're battling for spot in the top four. He's now said that like, I don't know that I would do it. But this would be situation where if Abramovich dude come out and make a move in the wake of this. This is one time may be where I would not think that that was totally crazy now we should note that there was defensive breakdowns the like of which deluise was horrendous. You know, it's he says it's difficult understand why we didn't play like team difficult. I mean, if you if you do the things at Davos at did who I will to my grave say the only man that really managed him correctly was Rafa Benitez and he played him in midfield. So, you know. I don't know. This is this is this is something where I don't see how this ends without him leaving the club in the summer. I don't see how it like on. Like, where's the turnaround going to be they're going to lose hazard? I would imagine zoom ably presumably soul does does Abramovich allow sorry to go in and buy more more players to play in that state of sorry had they've gone out of all the clubs right now in England..

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"chris wise" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"chris wise" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Brad Whitford Gary Sharon who else is in the ban. Besides Brad, and Gary Joe, well, we Chris wise on bass who's phenomenal vampires young play with the vampires. And then let's see we got. As on drums, Jason Sutter whose Puckett's. Awesome in. I mean, he's he's a motherfucker. He's great. And then and then buck book Johnson whose the keyboard player for Smith, and and also even playing with the vampires. So I mean, he's he's really the anyway, he's great. And and in fact, he's such a great him in player that went out, and I bought an antique him and be three. So we didn't have to rely on rental because you never know when you get a rental. So I figured let's just by the best be three we can get from nineteen sixty eight getting a road bucks and make it work. So I know we always got that sound because nothing sounds like a like an old be three maybe the heavens piece of gear ever every every every guy the road crew goes our. Moving car. Can I just say something real quick about Johnson and Aerosmith, and I give you guys credit for this all the time. And I think it's among the amazingly numerous cool things about Arrowsmith so much respect for this one of my biggest peeves as a rock fan. These days is that I see a lot of bands out there using a lot of electronic when they play live running a lot of tracks things not being real. And it makes me nuts. When you go. See Aerosmith you guys don't hide buck. He's there Stephen introduces them helping us out on keyboards and backing vocals, it's a human being it's live. It's real. I think that is so damn cool 'cause you guys could easily view would allow other bands doing and load up some tracks, and whatever, but you keep it real. And to the point that when you need a little help, you got a guy out there that you bring I think that is so cool. And I applaud you for it man because that's rock and roll. That's all. I mean. You know? I mean when the fans are in the audience, and and. You know, most of the time. What do you want something? I just drink and everybody's on. This is. John five's used to play big gigs with rob zombie here. You're next Perry pal? You're invisible. Breakout? Number seven minutes. But. Before johnson. You had a guy yet rusher. When I remember you guys in there doing that..

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"chris wise" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"chris wise" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"It was just a another one of those things when Johnny did the that the vampire movie, you know, with Alice got close, and then they were recording and Johnny called me up and said if you wanna come down and put some guitar on this record, and that was the first that was the first vampires record, and there was like, of course, you know. So that's what started it. And then we started talking about going on the road. And that's what got the vampires in prison state. What it's doing, you know, I'm just thinking about it you play in, you know, of course, you've got Steven Tyler who's I think seventy one who to this day is still the best frontman singer. We have a live today even at that age remarkable. And then you're with Alice Cooper in another band who's right there as well. Let's like you. You just happen to find two guys that I think found the turn of youth as singers. It's are you pretty amazed at what Alice can still do and the energy. He still has at this point in his life with what he's been through. He's phenomenal guy. I gotta say I mean, he'll. And he's he's so so chill, man. You know? I mean, he lives by the homes law, which is keep cool. Don't freeze. Know, and it's like. We did a gig. We did a gig at the the the Namm show a couple years ago. And as it turned out, all all the all the cats and the vampires were on stage together at the Duesenberg thing. And we only knew fifteen songs, you know, at that point, or that's what was in the teleprompter lyrics or whatever. So we got to the end and all fans going, you know, like asking for one more, and he just turned to me as this one. You take over. I don't know. I don't know anymore songs. There's nothing on the teleprompter split. So we did a Israel version of walk this way. And it was but the point is of never he was so cool about it. It's so rare for lead singer to just go here, you take it. You know that kind of thing is just such a great guy. And he's, but he's here's everything. I mean, if he hears something that's not happening. Right. He points out. He nails it and everybody's right there. But he's certainly is none of that drama around. He knows what he what he wants. And he gives it up, man. He's incredible. It really is incredible. And you have a new record close to completion with the vampires. Or is it done? I mean Alice told me a little something about it that it's going to be all original music this time, what can you tell us about the next record? Well, I think there may be two covers on it. Do a saw with. Joining thunder sewing on it. The Kent wrap your arms around a memory great song, and Johnny does heroes on that. And the rest are all original. And we're just mixing it now. So it is done and. I don't know we try to figure out when to went to bring it out because we're hoping to be able to go on the road and with it sometime in may. But it's it's really the struggle with vampires. Everybody's got other other jobs. We've got to kind of bells out within. Oh, right. I mean, you you've got Arrowsmith stuff. Coming Alice's always out there doing his stuff and. It's you have the rest of the band because there's been some changes to the band. So Glenn Sobel's playing drums, right? Chris wise is on bass Chris's on base, and the vampires are my band, no in the vampires vampires cleanse plan, Glenn Glenn's on drums, and of course, Tommy Hendricks still there as well. Definitely. So it's a killer band, and this record you hope to get out sometime next year and just being able between Janis schedule. I'm sure with movies, and what you got coming in. What Alice does finding those windows is the challenge. It's it's it's as tough. I mean, I wish we could, you know, just go out there and do it as just as a band. But it's like it's I mean, it's Johnny's good his thing then and it's an and Alice's always doing other things besides touring on his own. I have to deal with the Osma thing. You know, he's. Us. At that point Joe after fifty years, and I gotta deal with. Keeps me and guitars. You know? At real quick guard..

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"chris wise" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"chris wise" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Of course, download the whole any way you want it. You can get it for sure you you recently. Let your your band go. Yeah. That was hard talk a little bit about that. Well, I had performed with jeans backup band in Australia. And then gene some for some reason cancels his trip to Japan. So I went to Japan with this band, and we we did eight shows and this super tight, they all sing lead. So I know all those. Guys, I fall apart. Harmony. I mean, I'll never forget playing two thousand man, the first time with this band. All of a sudden, I'm here all the harmonies that were on the original record done by Paul and Jean. I'm saying great. So after the end the last show in Tokyo, I said that he's guys are you available. Will you consider doing the cruise? And they said, yeah. I mean, they're all fans much kiss fans. Yeah. Yeah. So. You know, and that shape the my band and trying to cut cost, and you know, you know, I cut one crew member I give you credit for being honest with what you just said a lot of wouldn't be that honest. But we talk about this all the time. Comic aspect of this wasn't just about funds. I would I would have paid them. What I'm paying my bad right now because they're that good. And and how did it go? Well at them though that but now they're going to. Well, so so, but as far as the old guys Chris wise was he got a gig. He's playing Hollywood vampirish took it, really. Well, you know, he's been doing with playing with the vampire is he told me was doing solo shows Joe Perry. Yeah. And you know, he's one of the most sort after base plays in Los Angeles, so Krista, really. Well, Scott it and take very why. No, I've been getting some text from. Okay, we'll leave it at that. But and which she didn't take it. Well, because his wife had just passed which I'm so sorry to hear that. I did not realize she was even sick. I mentioned it last week JoAnne his wife. We was like it was a nightmare. Because I you know, I kept procrastinating because how can I have can I call Richie, and let them know I'm using the band when his wife's honour death. And it was it was tearing me apart. Finally, I just said I got a man up. So I called him. And I. Tell them briefly why and. You know, any hung up. He goes, I can't believe this any hung up Sotoudeh as later I called them back in the evening. And you know, I said writ Hypolito FANG up on me. I've known issue forever. You know that? So you know, you know, we held he told me love me. Like a brother I told them the same. I said tell me what I can do for you. Because I know you were expecting the money from the cruise, you know, so why somebody into his count to help pay for the wedding funeral. Why do I keep saying that I keep screwing up? Yeah. For joanne's. She was a wonderful lady. Yeah. And they were inseparable for people that didn't. I mean, they always bad timing is bad timing. But you know, businesses really don't can't, you know, personal life never gels. It's never the right time. And a lot of cases, but I'm actually going up to the funeral today. And I'm going to say a couple of nice words about JoAnne. Oh nice. Okay. Please send my condolences as well. I tried to reach. But he this is how inseparably was with his wife. He's wife had the phone all the time. So I wasn't sure if he now has the phone because he has now. Yeah. I mean, it's just it's it's really really sad last thing from me, then a break and then a few calls from the audience. You look great. We were talking about it off the air. You're thin as a rail you you are doing all this stuff. Roddy man 'cuse. Well, we talked about our mutual friend, Ron McCue. So as this diet that you're doing which is like, you know, basically, no, carb diet Ronnie's family and himself own a tremendous talion restaurant in Vegas bistro. That I go to constantly and hang out with them..

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"chris wise" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

11:29 min | 1 year ago

"chris wise" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Six six thirty nine one ten twenty talker tax. Here's the Texas says hi, Chris is a shame. How the Saudis killed that reporter. And then Trump almost seemed to have just given them a pass for like, well, they said it was due to a fistfight like that makes it okay? But I also wonder why the reporter would even go in there knowing their country's history of violence, and that they hated him for speaking out against their government. So he should have known. It was dangerous for him to even go there. Don't you think? So. Thanks kay. Well, okay. Yeah. I think it was dangerous for him to go there. But he's this is something getting marriage papers. He should have been able to do it Assadi consulate in DC where he worked to be lured allow himself to be lured to Turkey where he could be killed. Was mistake on his part, and it cost him as life. Let's see that. Okay. Here's another one. Another repeater Trump has little to do with it. It's common sense. You Democrats don't have any oh cake. Let's go back to the phones Jim in works with thanks for waiting. Brother, your own Katie k? Hey, what's going on? Just trying to make it won't tell you. What man take a couple of bucks out of that, you know that Wallace. You know, putting on that mega millions? I think I'd do that. And if I'm not here next weekend. You'll know the reason why okay. With mine. I think I'm gonna take mine when I hit the at one point six billion. I'm just gonna send it into the treasury. The national debt you're bigger man than I am. And then I started thinking again after listen to of your callers. And I I think I'm gonna get some some help. I I'm gonna. Well, you know, I don't know how much one point six billion down the national debt. But I guarantee you if you hit they're gonna take about half of it. So it'll help okay. You don't have to give it all to. Well. That's all right anyway. Hey, talking about politics a little bit. I think that the, you know, this big landslide. They think of the Democrats, you know, taking a lot of the, you know, the house and Senate I don't think that's going to be. So so true, just Trump guy. He's a master. He's an absolute master at you know, taking situations and playing them into his hands. Is you know, there's people that will stand in front of trains for him. I think you're right. I think it's not going to be nowhere near what the people, you know, some people calling in. And you know, you know, this election coming up it's going to be, you know, last side of the Democrats. I don't think it's gonna happen. Then I guess the the thing about the thing. It's it's another thing. You know, they just bought, you know, they own a lot of depth. They bought from China on America. And I think there's you know wants to bankers get in there and the ball Ryan's of the world and stuff like that. I think that you know, you gotta be cautious on what you're saying. What you do? And I mean, we were country that, you know, at one time, I looked up to us, Dan, you know, you know, the savior of the world and stuff like that. I don't look at us like that anymore. Everybody's kind of going off in their own directions kind of protecting their own country. I don't think that they think that they can count on us anymore. If they're getting a scrape you being the Saudis. You mean the Saudis now I'm talking about any other countries. I don't think anything's come in the Saudi thing. I don't think anything and all I, you know, section stuff like that. You know, there'll be some gesturing, but I don't think that come into Woodward's, right? Mr. Khashoggi is expendable. I I think in this country. You probably is don't listen to some of your callers, they call it in. Obviously, you know. Feel very strongest Ivan. But jim. You and I could have been expendable too. But forty five years ago, you know that. Yeah. But if you look at it, I mean, going back that long, you know, you talk about kissing Dervis Kissinger, you know, was Chaney Chaney's the one that got us into, you know, Bush forced into relegation that war, you know, over in Iraq, and Iran and all those, you know, I've not a but Iraq. Okay. That was a Cheney deal. He's the one that you know, he he made big profits from that. And you know, maybe he's the one that, you know, led the charge for that thing. It wasn't Bush at all. And you know, anyway, if you read up on it, and I don't know it's just it's pretty strange. I just listen to the debate on, you know, office in lamb, and they're like best buddies. You know? No seriously. I mean, if you watch debaters like, you know, an answer the same questions, they come out with all this negative stuff on each other. Well, we didn't really put that out. You know, the Democratic Party put that out of the Republican party or let outside money put that out, right? Yeah. Yeah. We didn't we didn't. You know, we're we're fighting for this that housing and every question they were asked, you know, they'll both of them gave a positive talent. And. Yeah. It's it's it's pretty interesting. But if you, you know, getting back to I think we were sent Cynthia said that you know, we're we're the one that caused all the problems on the door. I mean, we've been doing it since Cuba. Look, if we tried to control their elections, and you know, which invaded, you know, basically, send forces over there and the same thing as you know, we're just a devil around the world. And I know people are gonna call him. Well, if you don't like this one or two days this country, I'm not planning on leaving. I'm staying on hitting that money. I want to buy a big house on a hill. And I, you know at that time, I'll probably gonna get one. Ryan today man, and I was pumping. You know what I mean? It was cold out still. Yeah. I still have to get home. It's even colder, man. You ride your bike. Yeah. Wrote. I gotta get in while. I can you miles ahead of me, man. I can't keep up with even when I'm cheating. Yeah. I'm not gonna make my year Nevada, January February March, okay, maybe next year. Almost. You you of all people and a couple of million of your brethren deserved hit that lottery, and by that house up on the hill and electric bike to okay? If you lottery, man, you ain't gotta be able to buy anything where everybody knows where you're at. Chevy onto a motel six somewhere wearing you better. Somebody's going to be there to kill you. Every cousin who was the open a fried chicken or something, you know, they're going to have it. All yeah. I got that much now. Anyway, you got that much in your wallet? You probably got that much you carrying around with J J, my wife's allowance that. She gives me that much. Anyway, but you ain't getting brother you have a good week on. Do you want any for anybody this week not plan? But if they ring the bell, I'll come running. Hey, how boom get back on everything goes good. Yeah. He got back home just fine heard from yesterday. Sudas? He got home somebody. Somebody was treating him like he won the lottery. Cutter that million dollars? You had a poor dad promised to you. Yeah. You gave my part. I know just like you took my spaghetti. You be we need to. That stuff from me. Later him my p thirty eight back, okay. You know, I still got him gave me one. Yeah. I'm just teasing. Thanks, man. See you later. All right back. All right. A couple of texts here before we take a break, I think contemporary congress. I e we the people after enduring midterm elections to concur house and Senate. The Mueller investigation to Ryan as third party for people who are nominated for president. I don't think that's gonna fly. Here's another one. Hello, Chris, I openly admit I don't want a one of those immigrants here, if you are any of your listeners think it's okay, then you can feel free to sponsor a bunch of them. You know, I I think you all who are harder listening. Don't hear us say Anthony Senate. I said it the bishops said it. No, they shouldn't be allowed to come over the border. What's wrong with Joe? And we didn't say just let them open the doors and let a man I have are your not suggest listening. Anyway, they continue people shoot off their mouth until it costs them something in my opinion has nothing to do with Trump. I feel the same. No matter who's in charge. Thank you. Well, I wish you were a better listener. Thank you. Here's another one. Hi, Chris wise, Anthony piling on and blaming the Democratic Party again by saying we're responsible for the skews me the caravan of illegal immigrants where Anthony said nothing other can. The caravan of illegal immigrants trying to get into America. Those emigrants are doing that for their own reasons. Not because of the Democratic Party and illegal immigrants. Actually, I started coming to America illegally when the Republican president Ronald Reagan. I started inviting them to come to America in the nineteen eighties. So the Republican party could get their votes. That's what actually opened up the floodgates to illegal immigration to begin with. It was the Republican party that I started illegal immigration coming to America, not the Democratic Party. And now the problem is only gotten even worse over the years. So we really need to be blaming the Republican party for the legal immigration problem. Not the Democrats. Thank you. Okay. You know, I I guess there's enough blame to go around. But legal immigration was not even a legal to they started coming up with immigration laws, and that was some time ago, they came up with things to stop the Chinese from coming here. And they didn't want Italians here the Irish until then it was opened the door and Katie don't bar it because they wanted people to come in and put them to work in the mines and the meals and all the factories. It's not the case anymore. So blame who you want to. All right. Let's say just break and come back and take the rest of the calls that we have on the line the national cash word contests starts tomorrow win one thousand dollars. Larry, and John and Katy k a morning news tomorrow morning on NewsRadio ten twenty Katie. The research this.

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"chris wise" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"chris wise" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Yes today Wow No. One She comes in Chris wise Shield To be Things Call Steve From coast to coast and worldwide on the. Internet this is coast to coast AM.

"chris wise" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"chris wise" Discussed on /Film Daily

"I always assumed it would still be thanos just because you know infant infinity war was originally split between three and four and this is still kind of the second part of fenosa story in a way so i assumed it would be the same but with a maybe more time travel or sifi twist added to it in early sure we will we'll find out more as the knicks year progresses let's go to the other side of the spectrum from marvel to dc warner brothers working on a joker movie with walking phoenix and todd phillips we've we've talked about that in the past but yesterday we learned yesterday afternoon we learned that one of those also apparently developing a journal leto joker standalone movie chris wise this happening to us i don't know maybe because life is bad and we all were all being punished but yeah so wow you just that was that was the actual reaction that i had to this very shocking moment when this news broke because i feel like we all sort of moved on from suicides glad and i honestly thought that warner brothers also moved on from suicide squad but apparently not yes so they're giving jero he's own stained joker movie he's produce eat executive producing it but this isn't going to stop the other standalone joker that todd phillips directing with martin scorsese producing and joaquin phoenix apparently starring in i mean there's nothing official on that yet but that's the rumor what dc is one of others are doing now they're going to have to separate sort of cinematic universities i guess where one is the current dc you as we know it and that's going to include this new joker movie and the harley quinn movie they're developing and aquaman that stuff and then there's going to be this other banner called the new origins banner which is like a completely different time line let's other actors play the same characters with stories that aren't connected and.

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"chris wise" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"chris wise" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For blade cracks every three thousand flight cycles and it's not just southwest using these engines either united delta american and number of foreign airlines use the same model it's the world's top selling commercial jet engine and emotion spillover today outside of a wilburn courthouse were an accused drug driver faces charges wbz's carl stevens was there prosecutors say lynn dewolf was driving erratically last summer caused an accident that took the life of chris wise bedford the family today at the courthouse reacted to a boston globe report that our trooper at pulled over to wolf but let her go nineteen minutes before that fatal crash family spokesman peter ritchie read a statement the circumstances of chris's death are heartbreaking the collision and its aftermath with the result of a repeat dui and driver being on the road you went on to say the state police had the opportunity to take this driver off the roads in it would have prevented his death carl stevens wbz newsradio ten thirty a workplace accident at the danvers defcon plant earlier today is now a deadly accident a contractor who fell from a ladder this morning at the site on endicott street has passed away from his injuries at beverly hospital dampers fire says the victim was the thirty five to forty year old male his name is not been released pending notification of his kin reaction continues to pour in a news that amazon is planning a major expansion in boston seaport district that the company says will bring roughly two thousand new tech jobs into the city boston mayor marty walsh glad glad that it's resolve now and then amazon board voted to approve the move the the addition here in boston and we're excited about it i mean two thousand jobs at least got to four thousand jobs jim rooney is president and ceo of the greater boston chamber of commerce we asked jim if he thinks today's move bodes well for the bigger prize amazon's second headquarters or hq to they clearly see boston in massachusetts is a key region and place for for their business and company to grow so there's a very strong signals is relates to the choice that they might make for the for the second headquarters data driven justice middlesex county launches an innovative new pilot programs in an effort to reduce its prison population i'll have that story coming up but right.

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"chris wise" Discussed on Bitcoin Crypto Mastermind

Bitcoin Crypto Mastermind

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"chris wise" Discussed on Bitcoin Crypto Mastermind

"Well we're looking forward to it yeah thank you for joining us i appreciate appreciate it it we'll see you we'll see in april sounds good thank you i wanna thank you all for coming out this evening to our crypto dinner club on behalf of chris wise in the crypto dinner club team we thank you guys for your time as you know this evening is so much about mindshare it's about education it's about connecting and building community so today we're going to get to here and and and spend some time with some too early great speakers as well as here about three great companies and what they're doing in the space so i was fortunate and we're all really in in for a treat with our first speaker we just didn't interview in the back the amount of wisdom and insight given not just in helping people with life in through life stuff but just overall i mean as an entrepreneur a lot of those things a lot of those lessons correllated and transfer so it's a it's an honor and a privilege to have here tie lopez here just to share with us a little bit about what he's what he's doing and and give us some wisdom thanks all right made it down to costa mesa feels like costa rica if you come from l a takes about two and a half hours so but the food's good here cell is going to be good little background on me i do a lot of stuff in i mean i've been in business since two thousand one but a lot of people know me for social media so i do a lot of social media stuff of thirteen million social media followers on different places and forbes named me top ten business influence or not to brag or anything but just as a context of what i'm doing and how it pertains to crypto so the thing about crypto i'm relatively new to crypto in terms of jumping in i've been watching it for years but i've been in the space of you know a little bit kind of like shark tank meets social media i'm an investor in different businesses launched a company mentor box last year was now the biggest nonshipping nonfiction books shipping company in the world we've got walmart built it from scratch as an experiment i wanted to see if i could build a business just with social media.

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"chris wise" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"chris wise" Discussed on Channel 33

"It's a choice it's a personal choice i completely agree with cam we've had fights about whether de ladybird character is more of my generation then the generation of the two people sitting across from me which is a span of a few years which is really just a fight over who can own this movie the most so of course this is yet steve matthews yeah exactly sued this is the most bias most oh i get to see myself onscreen they did it yesterday uh pick and that's true and it's probably not an objective pick but with kick what chris said is true that some point you just have to pick the thing that you love and i do think there is something to the fact that so many of us have argued about within a small circle so many of us have argued about our relationship to this movie and how true it is to us that speaks to the something larger a bout that movie chris wise at you're number one you are not the same as amanda or cameron if move me more than a movie this year and probably in a many years i found myself incredibly deeply affected by it and the turn it makes somewhere around with about thirty five forty minutes to go where it becomes a slightly more melancholy movie about leaving rather than try to make a home it's about leaving home and that just really caught me off guard maybe but it did just move me in a way that i think you just have to sometimes bow down to your vissel react vix visceral reaction to things and in a lot of ways my top five is a i i i'm letting go you know it's a lot of the movies that i that i responded to were ones where i let the movie takeover and then intellectualize to afterwards that in some ways mean manders joking about the the dave mathews.

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"chris wise" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"chris wise" Discussed on WWL

"Line for them i think the kinds of things are doing well allow them to continue to increase the rage cbs news update i'm bill rakoff some americans are worried about a threat of war with north korea but a professor at two lane who specializes in international fair says we shouldn't take the threat out of context wwl david blake has bore for chris wise professor fat y shows when it comes to using nuclear weapons never overreact and and i always felt my through the number one thing you a government wants to do is they in our people in power want to stay in power and obey you nuclear weapons they can't stay in power so we shouldn't overreact he says kim jonghoon may be a little crazy but he says tyrants love power animal attack on the us shores south korea would take that power away president donald trump arrives later today in poland before beginning a series of meetings with world leaders at the g twenty summit in germany cbs's news white house correspondent stephen portnoy is traveling with the president the ballistic missile launch rockets north korea to the top of the agenda as world leaders meet tomorrow in germany but mr trump is also focused on trade as the white house ways putting new barriers on steel imports g twenty leaders aren't happy with the press since decision to pull out of the paris climate accord the summit will also have mr trump coming face to face for the first time with russian president vladimir putin another stretch of bourbon street is closed traffic today for that ongoing improvement project wwltv's eric pulse at has details pose your will affect the intersection at bourbon and khantai streets during the closure crews will be installing new underground utilities they say the word should take about two weeks there so with the addition of today's closure bourbon from canal street to khantai shut down to traffic for the six milliondollar project drivers will still be allowed to cross of the intersections of ever ville nbn vilstrup he's the fifthseeded court of appeals heard arguments today in the case of a rastafarian inmate with dreadlocks who doesn't want to cut his hair is prison rule state because it goes against his religious beliefs wwl michelle southern reports aclu of louisiana executive director marjorie azman says they filed a suit against the department of.

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