32 Burst results for "Costanza"

'Socialism' Is Making People Dependent on Government

Mark Levin

01:36 min | 4 months ago

'Socialism' Is Making People Dependent on Government

"That was funny It was just checking social media and people You don't know what socialism is Let AOC describe it for you Not too complicated when you redistribute wealth and you get people in government programs that's ultimately paid for by the people who earned The redistributive properties tend to be central at the forefront and also introduce you to by being here in South Florida where I'm surrounded by a bunch of immigrants who have lived through socialism And they'll be happy to tell you each and every day How what the human fund The human infrastructure did the human fund George Costanza's Ponzi scheme Money for people Be happy to tell you How that represents socialism And that's the bigger point here by the way about that entire deal Brian mud in for the great one Mark Levin The bigger point here isn't about the cost because that's what made up anyway The numbers are so much BS three and a half trillion Well even the conservative estimates say this thing shoots over 5 trillion but the bigger point isn't even the number because we know that any time you start government programs do they ever operate according to the costs that they said they were going to originally You know you'd have to be stuck on stupid to believe the numbers anyway They always ever run by usually three times But the bigger point isn't even the Weimar Republic style money for me they want to do in this country to account for all this nonsense It's to get as many people depended on the government as possible It is absolutely socialism

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"costanza" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

05:45 min | 6 months ago

"costanza" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

"Something you wish you knew. Before he became pilot. Much money would cost. What's something you. Oh yeah does asset. Who in the industry would you like to meet. Most that could be alive. The pass on. Franklin's out i do not know who that is so he's up. He's up pretty horrible human being. He was a brand continental base. A lean to the ground eastern. I think the bankruptcy yes. It's so how do you wanna meet him out. Just you know just kind of pick his brain. He's kind of a horrible human being side. It'd be interesting to the way you are. Yeah yeah oh no. I meant like you. Would you wanna ask him that question. Why are you the way you are. Why did you. yeah yeah. that's exactly what asking. Yeah here's what's your overall one thing favorite thing about aviation freedom it gives you Flown probably boga or guatemala. What's the best thing about winning. J three cub. Simplicity of it. What's the worst thing. Slow what is your least-favoured approach. Easy san jose costa rica. What's the best you've ever had an airplane today. That i took my dad up in In my car bought it. What's your favorite airport. Landa probably allen's little gresh rampages right a little local airport it for probably newark laguardia. Ask what is your favorite airport food. Five guys what they're used to be used to be a place called the In cleveland it was a really good sandwich. Place andrews was called bangles and that was probably the greatest airport food ever gone gone. Rip bandages. Yeah via far far would rather fiber mountains beaches of the city. Nouns airbus or boeing airbus favorite airline. Livery probably their old delta. Would you won the won. A lot of your friends are gonna be really mad at. You would rather fly as many or the longest trip you could. Possibly fly near busters. Many short legs possible in an airbus short legs possible hardest check radio ever had The initial saab check ride. What's the biggest one of your career passing upgrade on the airbus. Probably the biggest regret of your career. Maybe not taking it seriously. As i should have when i was younger tried to should he got hired by regional. Probably sooner than i did. Maybe you are dead heading to airbus would other debt head on a cr j or j and make it more fair. We're gonna go the syria j two hundred number one. Four one forty five the r. j. hand down because the the windows on the cr j or just to amount sure you have to almost be like three foot tall two companies he out the window of a cr j. What's your favorite airline passenger. A passenger probably jetblue in last least. If you can do it all over again would you do one. Forty one training or sixty one Sixty one joe those are. I have one more question but those are pretty much all the questions. Thank you for coming on to the podcast. I'm sorry i had to re record half this interview with you but here we are. you know. still good My last question for you is going to be someone's listening to this. They love everything you're saying. What is three tips. You would give to someone coming up in this industry now. They're just starting flight school. Or maybe they're just becoming a cfi. Just what are three tips to blazing their path and becoming professional pilot. Probably number one. Don't give up number two listen to as many people. Whoever wants to give you advice. Listen to it and number three would be I guess save a lot of. I guess a lot of money for the bad times. Yeah the badlands for sure and you mentioned before. Don't jerk you know what that's important. Because the the guy that on your gear one day could be the the guy that you're calling gear for one day or the guy that's up the interview. So yeah that's that's very cool. It is yeah not good. Well joe thanks so much. I can't talk joe. Thanks so much coming on the podcast man. I really appreciate it. Thanks for putting up with the technical difficulties and sharing your story Hope everyone goes to follow you. Bananas with nine s.'s. Don't put ten or eight nine a great account and you truly love aviation so it's great to see a great day and this is coming out tomorrow so it's a fast turn so it's gonna be fun and capabilities in your story. I appreciate your time. You have a good day aviation. That is a wrap of the pilot. The pilot podcast shout the sponsors garment aviation or a learn the finer points and ao pa. It's awesome have such great companies that believe in the podcast. Believe in pilot. The pilot all enjoyed this podcast and as always happy sign..

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"costanza" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

07:53 min | 6 months ago

"costanza" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

"Airbus and that's pretty much it. That's funny i can see you're pulling out like after you. Land filling out this huge What's your name you have on my psc's the pse. But i want my sl in the in the book. What's your name put. Put my point of instrument time. You know how many clouds we five. What do you think that was. It's kind funny. I look through my looks lobby other day. And i have. I think i have like. Let's say sixteen hundred hours determine pac. But i remember coming up you just about kill someone for an hour multi time us and then you know and you take a lot of money for it and now it's like you are getting paid to go fly. You know if you want six eight hours a day and you know eight one hundred eighty thousand pounds yet. So it's just it's funny. How how it changes multi. Time is king if you have a full-time by all means get it as fast as much as you can. Because that rules world absolutely insane and then once you get the multi anytime they're like well. We actually want turbo who or turban. Pse man what the heck. I can't win time any what this is like. Make up your mind. what are you want. Want glass time and all that other stuff like just feels like you never get there and that was like a constant thing for me is i felt like When i was your aerial survey days it just felt like the goal is so far down the road. It was just like you felt like you're stuck in this very low paying job. You weren't going to get out of it and there's almost no insight you just saw other people living the life living the dream and it kind of felt like it was too far away in your nose. Never gonna happen. It's you know it's it's tough because it's an industry where for a profession where you know you're going to have to quote unquote each shit for a really long time and and not make any money. it's tough because you're doing it at an age where most of your friends are starting out you young professionals in starting to make money and sinai's cars buy a house and get married and your dislike. I don't know where. I'm going to get my my next car payment from you know. So it's it's kinda tough. And i started out instructor probably made. I made fifteen bucks an hour. Which equated to probably twelve grand for the first year. I got hired at cogan Thinking on his big airline pilots flying turboprop in that year. I think i made sixteen grantee. I was Nfo at express ship for seven or eight years. And i think. I topped out at like thirty five bucks an hour so i was know my wife Girlfriends my wife now. She was doing pharmaceutical sales. But if it wasn't for her. I'd be thirty year old professional piloting with my mom and dad and just living in the northeast and mid. There's just no other way to to make it happen of living the dream but edmond the reality now. I feel like regionals do pay enough. Like you're not gonna find yourself falling into that but you can make decent money as regional pilot where you can live a life and kind of do what she wanted to do and have a little bit of spending money which is good. But it's still you're still have. That goal dangled front of. You're seeing the delta triple seven captain with three boats and profit sharing that can buy them a rental property and all that kind of stuff. Yeah i mean it's insane. I friends tell me that Like last year the year before so whenever they the belt a retired triple seven. I guess they had the forget. Exactly how the guys they got type two now. Eight hundred fifty or whatever it was but h fifty didn't come on property but they were like pay protected so you had some like somebody. The guys are making like six hundred grand seven hundred grand minutes. Just insane So it's it's kinda mind-blowing how much money either there is to be made not for everybody but you know for a certain few at the airlines. That pretty wild. Yeah it's insane and you brought up a really good point and this is a struggle for me was Coming up in the industry working that crappy job the second crappy job to get to the job you actually wanted and your friends are bawling out or what they think is out there making decent money for twenty years a twenty five year old in that range and like you said buying cars and you're dislike. I just need like a car payment any. You'll buy karsh like. I literally have to live with my parents or have much sugar mama. Sugar daddy pay for everything your husband or wife but like it's it's rough and it can be really tough to see that but it's important to know that there's an comes so much quicker than you think. Seems like it's so far away but there comes a point where you you finally just like realize i did it making money and it's really ironic because you like but add more fun flying when i was broke. It's kind of like a really funny thing that happens in your career. Absolutely i mean it. I went for making thirty five bucks an hour at express shed and i got hired spirit. I think the first year was like thirty bucks an hour which ended up being the same thing as express and that i second year pay my call. This is great. You know i can. I can afford food. And then i upgraded the captain New contracts on a matter of like four years. I went from thirty five bucks an hour to almost two hundred forty bucks an hour so it just it happens wing. hopefully continues. It's funny because the reason you guys you let your see if i expired. How could you do that by law. But at the time. I think it was like eighty bucks for to renew it and at the time i just. I really didn't have any box i. It's it's pretty savvy. Think about it. But i was either you know. Pay for gas in the car or renew myself i will. I have an airline job. If i was going gonna let it expire and i did and obviously that was a huge regret. I got back two months ago but that kinda goes to show how bad things were at the time right. I couldn't afford to renew my cfo. So it's wild and now like you said you know. When i was i was probably late twenties in working at express shed and i love the job but it was frustrating. And i got a little bit when i saw my friends. Kinda buying houses. And i just. I really couldn't afford anything And the industry as you know which is so cyclical guy so it just. It's you gotta state of course but it is. It's tough it's really tough but you know the other thing too is timing is everything and there are is that graduated college flight structured for a year got hired. Let's say republic for an flew there for a year to get hired a delta. and they just. They won't ever see anything other than just you know crazy career progression but you know that you fly with guys that were at eastern pan am dhl. Just just got beat up to the industry. So it's just you know it's a tunnel lock is involved in the industry and fortunately i mean yeah it's all about timing one hundred percents all the timing and last year really showed it reminded even me and i was swimming before this all kind of went down my dad and i did a podcast together and we talked about how we never thought the industry would really have a true bottom like has in the past like always see just going up and up and it's really hard to tell like a downturn could be very bad and i could ever happen and then grow navarre's happen we're both like wow like you cannot predict this industry at all. This industry is so cyclical on your bottom. But there's always going to be some sort of bottom and yeah it's gonna be a pilot shortage coming up really times but this is just gone on to show that they're still gonna be instances where you're going to have to figure it out you're gonna have to hold on for the ride and hope for the best and whether the next might be airlines trying to go single pilot or whatever could be. There's always gonna be some kind of hiccup in the future that could affect how great because when this industries great. Nothing beats it. Nothing god. Nothing's were so. I mean there's probably a lot of.

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"costanza" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

06:48 min | 6 months ago

"costanza" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

"Seven monday when you wanna fly from atlantic city year. Yeah exactly But you know everybody's different guys that iphone with captain's I don't think i've flown since. I've been accountants is our new contract but my the previous contract i flew with captain set left to go to delta one. That went to south west. So you know some people just they want two things fault anybody for that but I is very few people that i've met that are truly unhappy at spirit or Jetblue low cost carrier southwest and everybody that works out west. They love but again there are. Those guys are pretty busy. They work a lot. They get paid really well. But that's the type of flying. I don't know if i would be happy with but you never know who knows. Yeah it's one of the things that grass isn't always greener. Money's not the most important thing it's like yeah being being delta triple seven captain is like you're making more money than pilot ever thought they would but the process of getting there is an issue. That's not it's like your last five years most of the time at an airline you know. That's not like the industry norm. I would say you know. Yeah i mean. It's it's crazy. Because i have friends that thumbs got hard at delta and i think at one point two three years ago i think they were holding like indeed eighty whatever's eight ninety captain before their training. So maybe just it's such a sick industry crazy how quickly things change But yeah i mean. It's you know you look at some of those. Those contracts for like fedex. Ups specially And then i guess you could say deaths probably the pinnacle of passenger passenger flying. But the minute difference. I won't be happy. I said that the but yeah. I mean it's you know the whole pack is great. The retirement the pay the paris one month and then go into the next month at. That's pretty cool. So i don't i could definitely see that appeal to other people but You know you also have to be given that opportunity. I mean if you never get hired. Those airlines canada have a choice. Either you know you're not wrong and That is a big issue for because delta. Anyone don't that can be pretty picky. more pilot shortage. That's coming up or that is here now. Maybe they'll start hiring more. Like i mean more people behind but they definitely hire a type of pie. That's for sure yet to do. And and you know we kinda joke. Because i think you kinda hides that Everyone has their stereotypical like you said pilot. So there's not a funding. Could you see them. In determining trust super sharp who professional. What the double-breasted jackets. And it's just kind of funny. And then you have you my my pilot groups it's a little scrappy are but You know what everybody's got their great bad guys and girls. So let's talk a little bit about your Your path to get to where you are today. So what we know. So far is your banner boy You got thirty minutes of flight. Instruction for every hour. you worked. Which probably doesn't sound like enough to pay for your private pilot licence. Some guessing you had to do some other funding for that but talk a little bit about Flight training the struggles. You had on just kind of coming up to see fine where where you are now. It was it was tough on mike. My parents paid for most of my flying up until was my instrument to get my commercial multi. It just at the rate at which parents are willing to pay. It would've taken me forever. So i i took out some Some loans considered student loans at the time And i twenty. Because i paid off my college loans. Not all that long ago It helped me kind of get everything quick. Because i feel like especially flight training if you fly one hour every week. It's kind of tough to to progress So the flight school. That i worked at i worked on the front at the front desk like scheduler. Type thing Receptionist you can say so. I got my i got on my ratings there and then it was kind of a mutual agreement. Where if you got your oil ratings there and you're seeing five than you could kick off a desk as a quote unquote dispatcher. Become a flange structure So that's what i did. It was nice. Because i knew the operation on the flight. School was owned by an american airlines captain and this guy was like he retired like numbers three american he lived. Just the pity of airline pilot. You know jeddah age is really really perfect timing who's a atri under captain for american Good guy and he just kept. He ran a really really tight while run flight school. The airplanes were kept in great great shape so is nice because it kind of set the standard for me on what to expect from Schools and small airplanes and how they should be maintained. So i find in for. I want to say it was five hundred. Thirty seven hours was probably a year and a half. I guess before. I got hired my first airline job which was colgan. Flying a saab. Sweden twin turboprop space that albany in allentown. And that was it's everyone's dream right yet else does quite quite the experience so five hundred thirty seven hours us memorize number. That's just all the horror hours you have students trying to kill you as five hundred thirty seven. I still keep a paper logbook and i. You know it's that the reason why. I know that numbers because it has you know. Flight instructor hours slide structure and once. I got my back in the day. It just stopped him once. I got hired. A- called in so every single page just kept seeing that number over and over again. So that's why i remember so you still log every fly every single flight. Even like this morning. I went up and it was food for for twenty minutes and i'll put point three in the logbook cheese. Is it just 'cause kind of like that's what you always did or you just like having logbook to keep track. It's kind of like a diary for flying and people can look back on it and see what you did and where he did for how long you did. What's the point. Yeah i mean. I guess it's kind of that and i don't have four daughters and i don't know if one day hopefully one of them will wanna fly or maybe all mwana fired. I one day when gondal the look to wild booker. maybe when i'm old ingrained camps lining up here with but i don. I like having that that those paper live just in case. So you like So my dad. He's sixty four about the turns sixty five next year last year. But he's still. Has that little red logbook that he logs every single flight. You have one of those two. I had i. I used to keep those those little red like those crew logbooks and i just i just put them in a big paper lot the big petition debris under flights or your way to get home. Now i don't know i i ended up looking at like we've an app and it just you know again generic town number.

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"costanza" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

07:48 min | 6 months ago

"costanza" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

"The pile. Our keep you much longer so any further do. Here's joe. Costanza name is joe. I am i a nineteen forty one j three cub owner as well as a father of four in airbus captain for everybody's favorite airline spirit joe was going on and welcome to take two of our podcast. We just record thirty minutes of it. And the whole file is corrupted There's smoke coming out of everything and it was burnt down the apartment. You know it was crazy But the whole file was corrupted and now had to start all over again so you're champ for Putting up with me in these technical difficulties but welcome back to the podcast. Thanks for having me. It was so good we had to do it all again. Well kuhlman. aw. I do the same thing for every episode. You've already been asked. This question wants lower doing it again. Why aviation what was the original inspiration for you. To become a pilot. i think The original spacious for me is probably similar to a lot of people You know when you're a little kid and you see an airplane. You kind of stop what you're doing and look up And your parents notice that and they know the take an interest in aviation in that kind of started for me I'd seen their plan stop. I look at it. Where would be driving to. My grandmother's lived in jersey city. So we'd always pass newark airport on the on the turnpike in. How would probably be a favorite part of the trip is out the window and see There always dhl seven twenty seven. That was on the ramp there. And i'd see at the continental airplanes taken off. That's kind of how. I got sucked into aviation. That's a like you said. There are a lot of people that look up and see and they just see the marvelous flying and kind of just fall in love with the magic of it. Did you have anyone in your family. That could help kind of guide you on this path. Did you have anyone those was in aviation or were you kind of on your own and blazing trail. Yeah it's kind of on my own. My my family is not really. They don't really take too well to flying I one of my sisters is actually deathly afraid of flying But my my father knew that. I wanted to fly so kind to help Pursue with me mostly financially but he supported me that i am pretty much the only one in my extended family as well that that fis airplane so it is interesting. So was that hard for your whole family to kinda wrap their mind around this. Be like you wanna be a pilot when we all hate flying or are they all kind of joe. Do you bro. just don't ever put me in an airplane. Yeah i mean they're they're all pretty cool. But i do remember when i came back from the small airport that my dad took me to the first time i ever saw small airplanes we came back home and my mom's a where were you guys. She told my father told her where we were and she was. You know she was not pleased. I think i was fourteen or fifteen at the time and she was just she was not happy. Not want to be your dad that day right. Yeah getting that's good for your dream though and kind of nears able to help you make it happen. Yeah definitely so like you said a lot of people would look up at aviation and they think it's really cool. They want to be a pilot but a little like a little amount of those people actually go and become a pilot. You know there's a lot. There's a lot of hurdles to cross and it seems a lot harder to get into actual flying. We'll make excuses whether it's too hard. They're not smart enough or they just don't know where to get started. How did you get started. And how did you even make this. This dream become a reality. I think a lot of people. I wanna tell them will pilot the first question they ask is if i'm in the military and You know there's shot my talent. I have a hatred of your from rutgers. But i think you know what i did and i think what most people need to do is just go to your local airport That's what i did. I went with my with my father's local airport and we're looking at the small airplane rant and At the time was the owner of the flight school he came out. And you're not gonna help you and my dad law like you know. My son is interested in in. Airplanes may learn how to fly one day struck up a conversation and he ended up actually being the owner of a banner towing company aerial advertising company that that flew banners over the jersey shore and said hey every summer we know we're looking for for guys to kind of set up the banners So they can fly over the ocean. Breviary work we'll give you a happen our for slight trading And that was kind of all she road that was. i did that for two. Or three summers. They were by far. The best summers in my life was setting up the batteries in the field and watching the ponies and the has died down and pick them up was It was a blast. Yeah that's nuts. I saw that for the first time. I think hyannis the other day. Maybe it was like two weeks ago. Now and i literally thought a plane was dive bombing toward the ground. I had no idea. There's a banner toast setup or anything here plane dive bomber mica. What is happening. Pull up was like. Oh that's what they do. That's how they do it. And then they go fly so slow flight until they're about to run out of fuel comeback in school is such a you know a rudimentary set up. You have a rope. That's attached to the tally airplane. They just throw a hook out there and then they they set up the banner on music to metal copper polls were probably five six feet in the air and they had a clothesline Clips on them and he just attached a rope and was probably not more than six feet apart and then that same they would just dive down and keeps keep trying till they picked him up and and It was pretty cool to wash. It was a lot of fun. It's kind of terrifying to think of like What seems like a game. They're trying to get as close to the ground as possible. And that's never game. You want to start playing now now and that it's funny because that was part of the deal with my mom that she said hey you could you learn how to fly and you could work there as a as a ground guy but you have to promise you that you won't ever actually fly the banners So that was the deal that i have made with my mom and then i kept on this day so he had no no banner tone for me how we just set him up. Yeah no thanks. I mean i'm sure it's fun. It looks fun. But it's like you guys have that fun. I'm gonna go fly aerial survey in Fly a plane. That's gonna having ended failure in a couple of weeks. But yeah i it's funny building building. Your time can be some of the best times of your license on the worst times of your life and when you are past that point we'll look back and you'll miss that flying but during it you're just trying to like. How do i get out here. As i need that money and i need that That spirit money or the major airline money right. Yeah i mean. It's funny. Because i look back now like we talked about earlier. It's you don't realize how much fun you're actually adding because at the time about you know the hours in the logbook and you just you just want to stay in. I don't want to keep another student on to do another aerial survey. I just wanna get outta here and go flying. rj or go. fly airbus or citation. Whatever it is. And i tell guys this all the time. Just trust me. you'll look back one day and you will miss those days dearly. When you're just putting around in a one seventy two or do survey work or something like that That's definitely one of those things where you don't appreciate until it's gone. One hundred percent agree because it's rare for even airline pilots that are making tons of money to get back in aviation because believe it or not. It's still expensive for them. Like they still don't want to pay money to go up and fly one seventy two to six one eighty two or even by airplane that is I mean there are decent amount that do it. But it's still i wouldn't even. It's probably more than fifty. It's probably like seventy thirty on people that still jay and thirty percent being the ones that do fine seventy percent being the ones that don't fly yet it's funny because offside with guys i you know i. I want to get back a single engine airplane. It's like an emergency every flight. Why -bility missing that. I'm mike you know anything else. You can get killed walking across the street. It doesn't mean.

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Pakistan funds fact or opinion

The Dan Bongino Show

04:22 min | 8 months ago

Pakistan funds fact or opinion

"There's a half of our country right now that's living in a air quotes, reality that doesn't exist. Not kidding. This isn't a comic book. It's not a joke. It's a real problem. We have a Country of three constitutional Republic of 330 million people, plus And in order to make serious decisions about serious things. Just go down the list taxes, school health care, abortion guns, the Constitution, civil liberties, whatever that may be, in order to make serious decisions seriously. People like the citizens of the Constitutional Republic largely are outside of the radical left rape. We have to be able to make decisions. And in order to reach decisions, we should agree on a collective set of facts, not opinions. Okay, If you think we should support the government of Pakistan, more or less is an opinion. However, the amount of money say dish using this example in foreign policy, because it's an easy one. However, the amount of money we give to the government of Pakistan is a fact that is not an opinion. Now. I get it for the listening audience. You're like, Okay, that makes sense, Stan. But to the radical left, they don't seem to understand the difference between the two. You can say to you How? Listen, I don't think we should support. You know Pakistan with this amount of money, But the amount is a fact you agreeing with the amount we should give is an opinion. So how is it that we have half of America or close to it? That hated Donald Trump can't stand conservatives. How is it that they've come to exist in come to exist in reality where they don't have a grasp of what a fact is anymore? Folks, it's happening right now. Now we played this yesterday and bringing me not to pile on Brian Stelter, but he it's any easy target the pile, of course of CNN, but he has a show called Unreliable sources reliable. So when you get to him on CNN, and he was just the opening segment we covered yesterday, 11 seconds off Where Brian Stelter hilariously it's CNN says it's US conservatives in the listening on each other. That where the part where the problem we live in an alternate reality and thank God there's a media to set it straight. Check this out. You said the state of American Democracy is well, it's even worse than you think. So how should the reality based press cover an alternative reality? GOP? Right, And that's not a joke. He actually said that this is the same guy again who promoted the collusion hoax. The Russian bounty hoax. The China was a the Chinese, you know, coronavirus that emanated from China was it had to be naturally current couldn't have been man made. I mean, all these hoaxes were promoted by CNN, MSNBC and networks like Brian Stelter resides on now. They were all proven false. So how is it that they live in a reality? That's not real. And how is it that they're just quote discovering things that both you and I and the listening audience knew the entire time the conservatives out there. How does this alternate reality? Remember Bizarro Superman World's gonna come up a lot. I was a big comic book fan as a kid member Bizarro Superman. Everything was upside down backwards. Bizarro Superman was super ugly. How is it that the modern liberal lives in Bizarro Superman land? How is that? How was it that they live in The George Costanza Seinfeld episode. Remember that episode when Costanza does everything backwards and imagines and magically works out for him? This is the Seinfeld episode, like a stance that does everything backwards. Costanza. Stelter hadn't even done that, but it doesn't work out for them ever. He curses out George Steinbrenner and he gets fired, not a promotion. How is it that they've come to live in this alternate reality? Well, let's go to group one. First that contributes to this alternate reality they live in and why they believe things that aren't true. And why believing these things, Ladies and gentlemen, is getting people killed. This is not a joke. People are dying. Because of a reality liberals live in that does not exist. It's fake.

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10 Trivia Questions on Seinfeld and George Costanza

Trivia With Budds

02:48 min | 11 months ago

10 Trivia Questions on Seinfeld and George Costanza

"All right seinfeld. george costanza trivia. Here's question number one. What does george eat from a trash can while getting caught by his girlfriend's mom number one. What does george eat from a trash can while getting caught by his girlfriend's mom number one question number two. What is george out buying when his girlfriend. Jane appears topless at the hamptons number two. What is george out buying when his girlfriend. Jane appears top lists at the hamptons number two number three george attempts to get a date in the personal ads for what communist newspaper number three george attempts to get a date and the personal ads in the name of what communist newspaper number three and four walking with a waitress in a park. What word is george. Say he actually likes number four when walking with a waitress in a park. What word does george say. He really likes. Question number five. George fears one the susan's collection because it resembles whom number five george fears one of the dolls and susan's collection because it resembles whom and question number six. George wants to name his child seven after. What major league baseball players jersey number number six. George wants to name his child seven after what. Mlb players jersey number number six question. Seven on costanza. What company did george pretend to be handicapped. At what company did george pretend to be. Handicapped number seven three questions left to go for. George what is george is supposed adult film star name for himself number eight. What is georgia's supposed- adult film star name for himself number. Eight and number nine steinbrenner trades george from the yankees to what other company number nine steinbrenner trades george from the yankees to what other company and your final question for today number ten on what date in december two stanzas celebrate festivus. What date in december do the castanza's celebrate festivus.

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"costanza" Discussed on Random Top Five

Random Top Five

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"costanza" Discussed on Random Top Five

"This is in the marvel universe but it say it's an earlier version. I guess i'm talking the hulk. Two thousand three. Wow and yeah. I think you know the cam talking about stanley and lou. Frig no walk out of a police station and as walking out okay. So he's walking out with lou in. he says. Do thank you for all you've done for the police department. Do you know exactly what he says. So i can do the right. One dealer that quote i think he says something like lou dobbs arms so big day could wrap me up and jad beats strong. Xl cr excelsior after every Cameo yeah yeah. Oh man nick. What is your down there to number two. Now i went back and forth on the sun a little bit because either of these two movies could have been my cameo spot Because they're are essentially the same cameo that said with a little nostalgic tent by number two is spiderman to hey nice another non. Speaking cameo stanley saves an innocent bystander from falling rubble during spider-man's fight with doctor octopus. And i remember both of these so vividly i was. I was going to pick spiderman one here. But i love spiderman to so much as a movie and it i mean he does the same thing in spider man. One during the fight with the green goblin some rebel falsely. Pull out of the way spiderman to he does exactly the same thing but spider man two so good and that's his character like i know he's created a lot of characters but when i think of stanley i think of spider man and i also think of what he was thinking in that scene. Which is man doctor. Octopus is up there yeah. Xl cr and then spider man. Who's busy fighting is thinking at the same time noah ben. I'm spider man. No more for it just wasn't related. Thought was kind of thinking. Yeah but it did happen and doctor. Octopus was thinking one of his earlier lines in the movie. Like peter parker brilliant but lazy wanna girl beater a bow. Etry number off.

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IBM: Why Eyes are Fixed on Big Blue

MarketFoolery

02:24 min | 1 year ago

IBM: Why Eyes are Fixed on Big Blue

"With big blue. However, IBM is spinning off its IT infrastructure division into a new publicly traded company that that is the legacy part of IBM's business. Or shares of IBM up about seven percent. So that's helping to boost the Dow and. Arvind Krishna who took over as CEO of IBM back in April. not, really wasting anytime setting the direction for IBM's future. No, no it a little bit a little bit Sati, Nadal ask if you if you will. In anything that makes a lot of sense I mean it was interesting to note the pre-market enthusiasm IBM world pretty quickly in the market opened. Bu-. Whenever you can get the word spinoff and unlock value and cloud in the same release you've got to feel pretty good about that especially if you're IBM. So I. Think this move is really this is this is the final move in trying to turn a page for this company. In IBM is really geared toward trying to become identified as a cloud company period in. So that's what this ultimately is. It spits off spins off a little bit of a legacy part of the business. It gives them the chance to really focus on where they feel like the puck is going so to speak. Doesn't make me want to own IBM more now. No I don't think so I mean I probably honestly if I were shareholder. Maybe look at it as a nice time to cut bait and you know pull the old George Costanza. Leave on a high note But this really does go all the way back to the nineteen ninety s when former management identified the need to pivot away from. The reliance on hardware sales and really focus more on software and services. and. So what this will do ibm the new IBM will focus on it's it's open a hybrid cloud platform which. Represents a massive massive opportunity I mean that's one trillion dollar opportunity which. I listen I. Mean we talk about large growing market opportunities all the time, and that's obviously a big. So you can't you can't neglect. Considering that and The spinoff company the yet to be named company. I don't know that I. Feel. So strongly about one that's focused more on managing and modernizing client owned infrastructures, I mean it's a big market opportunity but is it just legacy IBM businesses never really been compelling to begin with?

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"costanza" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"costanza" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"We are to quote George Costanza my name is Nigel let's Jason hammer Donald trump they talk about vaccines he is named the team to develop a coronavirus vaccine at warp speed it's actually called operation warp speed the names of this he's got this team this operation warp speed team in this value waiting fourteen different vaccine candidates right now mentioned towards the hopefully by the end of the year maybe even sooner I'm not sure how possible a vaccine before the end of the year is bye yeah it's like I read different things one one thing one article say all these guys that his mind is on the way to talk about and then the other at the like another doctor all readers like yeah it's possible I've seen studies so vaccine baby back see if the movie Spaceballs talking in a sense after operation warp speed comes operation ludicrous speed well it's funny because this is this is the exact later on after he made that speech today about the vaccines you signed the executive order effectively creating another branch of the military the space force so like it the space force flag was unveiled in the oval office earlier this afternoon it's actually pretty cool Star Wars themes today here with the trump administration and knowing how Donald Trump likes alliteration he likes things to sound good how soon until you put Maxine waters on the vaccine to vaccine waters will become available vaccine all vaccine water well this is good the one thing that I took out of today all joking aside is that it's going to be private industry that comes up with the vaccine right if you're waiting for the White House to have you know doctor found G. in a back room and doctor Burks in another room looking into a telescope yeah a microscope that's not going to happen it's going to be major companies that are working on this and what I like is that he's basically said the race is on so if your company wants to be known as the national hero and gets the vaccine out there gets all the money that goes along with it your racing against all these other people and we've cut the red tape out to make it happen and I that I mean that's one of the things made me feel better when this thing first got started to get together with the guys from target Walmart big pharma guys at the big pharma was evil all the sudden they're really there you talk about end all be all the big pharma guys all this of the superheroes are all there we did big pharma for a long time not all the heavy weights together it's like let's get going on this right now now all of a sudden everybody in America all right for so long they were the bad guys right now all your price gouging you're making everybody uncomfortable and now all of a sudden we're bowing down and buy your lunches for big pharma norm macdonald had a great stand up bit about that a couple weeks ago when they were still able to have standup comedy shows in Los Angeles yeah with the five big pharma's evil now well you want five hundred dollars a pill for the care no problem all day problem five hundred on I'm probably seems reasonable right now but closer to home here today marks the beginning of stage two for Marion County which means basically malls retail stores they can open up to fifty percent capacity a liquor stores there opened at fifty percent capacity the libraries can do curbside pickup which I don't even know if that helps them or not but again gatherings up to twenty five people that's good but that also goes for the churches because what mayor Hogsett said was that Marion County is going to be different than governor Holcomb St order because governor Holcomb said the state order said churches you're on your own you do you here in Marion County mayor Hogsett basically saying yeah you're not going to charge of this twenty six people in that building were shutting it down so I can you tell me I can go to Dick's sporting goods there eighty six street traders Boyton trying a new pair of shorts the dressing room but you can go get a hair cut that is strange county that is correct you can be in a Walmart with about told two hundred people because capacity in that joint as well over four hundred so even the fifty percent capacity in a Walmart you are in there with two hundred other people but you can't go to a church with twenty six actually I'd be shocked if you walk into a retail store and go into a dressing room I bet they have this closed off I don't know I haven't seen that would just kind of makes sense to me right now with all the stuff going on gate check out these clothes that don't try him on I will bet that be I'm I'm that that's the policy and some of these retail stores right now the Attorney General Curtis hill he's got a problem with mayor Hogsett and the fact that mayor hopes of getting involved in churches the girl's still got a lot of problems but he's a problem somebody else too he's got problems of his own he's got problems with mayor Hogsett Curtis hill says it's quote inappropriate and unlawful for city officials to impose special burdens on churches and other religious gatherings he released this through a statement he sent a letter to mayor Hogsett office asking him to reconsider his position now spokesperson for Hogg said told the Indy star that he hopes Curtis hill reconsiders his position so basically they're saying blank me blank you back and forth to each other he's I'm I'm looking at how hugs set responded here a spokesman for hogsheads office told the Indy star that the city hopes that the acting Attorney General and his staff will engage in dialogue with the health department the kind of back handed things we don't know if right we don't know yet I don't know if Curtis hill is the actual Attorney General right now because he got suspended right something is law license was suspended for a few days also goes back thirty days thirty days for the that this all going back a few years ago to this these inappropriate misconduct charges with the with hill a bard some other employees he was accused of playing grab **** with a bunch of people at the state house races so I want to ask yeah I wanna see that DO a has the same read on that I we hope the the acting Attorney General in the staff of the gauge and dialogue that's kind of like a just under in the back and it's swipe even though he might not be in charge right now Curtis hill at least of looking after some folks in Marion County because a lot of folks again power hungry with this and this takes us to the store in Westfield on Wednesday afternoon two people claiming to be excised from the state of Indiana showed up to this miniature golf course in Westfield told birdies birdies miniature golf and Jessica Lynch and her husband own this joint she did an interview with our news partners wish TV and she claimed that the excise police showed up because there was a complaint and they were rude and overbearing and demanded they shut everything down they were real half fast I'm showing their proper badges here is the manager of that golf course the guy name is Tyler and he spoke to wish TV about what he saw when the excise police came in all they.

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Jerry Stiller, comedian and 'Seinfeld' actor, dies at 92

First Light

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Jerry Stiller, comedian and 'Seinfeld' actor, dies at 92

"Hour actor and comedian Jerry Stiller has passed away at the age of ninety two Stephanie Eelam looks back Jerry Stiller's acting was anything but serene best known as George Costanza's dad Frank on Seinfeld millions of people also knew him as Arthur Spooner on the TV series the king of queens no delivery people got their phone out so so you're

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New York - Jerry Stiller, Comedian And ‘Seinfeld’ Actor, Dies At 92

The Adam Carolla Show

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

New York - Jerry Stiller, Comedian And ‘Seinfeld’ Actor, Dies At 92

"Veteran comic actor Jerry Stiller not younger generations of course as Ben Stiller's father and of course George Castanza's father on Seinfeld has died. Natural Causes US ninety two years old born in one thousand nine hundred seven in New York Mary to end of like I said father to Ben Stiller He was not just known for being Frank Costanza but he was also Arthur spooner on King of Queens. You might remember that as over eighty film and Television appearances it And Mira died in twenty fifteen and stiller is survived by Children Ben and Amy and two grandchildren.

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Actor and comedian Jerry Stiller has died of natural causes, Ben Stiller says

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Actor and comedian Jerry Stiller has died of natural causes, Ben Stiller says

"And yeah we gotta start with veteran actor and comedian Jerry Stiller of being remembered for his a long career in television and the movies Broadway his son Ben Stiller did confirm his father's death at the age of ninety two early this morning on Twitter after very long career performing in comedy routines with his wife and mera a Stiller became known for his role on Seinfeld as Frank Costanza and as Leah Remini's father on king of

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"costanza" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"costanza" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Best known roles was on Seinfeld as George Costanza's dad Frank and your double guy with a ton of catch phrases including an unusual meditation that they gave me a relaxation cassette but my blood pressure gets too high man on the tape tells me to say you're supposed what's the specific born Gerald Isaac Stiller in nineteen twenty seven his big break came in nineteen fifty three when he met wife and Mira and they form the comedy team Stiller and Meara popular on TV shows to the nineteen sixties and seventies Stiller also played Arthur Spooner father a lot of Kevin James character on the CBS sitcom king of queens both these children are also performers actress Amy Stiller and actor director Ben Stiller Eric deggans NPR news you're listening to NPR news this is WNYC in New York I'm David first New York governor Andrew Cuomo's state wide pause order expires Friday WNYC's Gwen hogans sense at that point the state will begin evaluating regions separately the finger lakes region Mohawk valley and the southern tier are expected to be okay to start a phased in re opening the rest of the state hasn't met the needed thresholds that require a continued decline in hospitalizations and new infections governor Andrew Cuomo says various safety precautions would have to be implemented during the re opening like social distancing in the workplace and health screenings depends on how businesses don't how Chloe's do and then you watch those dials as fast as you can re open re opens just watch the dials New York City is using its own set of metrics to guide re opening and mayor bill de Blasio says that's not being considered until at least June health officials are urging parents to watch children closely for indications that they might be suffering from an inflammatory condition believed to be related to covert nineteen city health commissioner Exeter's Barbeau says parents should watch out for a combination of symptoms if they have for their energy level is off your appetite is being a rancher blue lips look extra read your tongue is looking extra read those I think are the early signs that we not to discount them officials are encouraging pediatricians to conduct antibody testing to confirm diagnoses most of the children with recorded cases so far have been between the ages of five and nine Barbeau says most experienced inflammation followed by single or multiple organ failure governor Cuomo says there have now been ninety three documented cases of children with the disease in New York state Andrew gang may have suspended his bid for the presidency but he's taking his signature policy proposal for the Hudson Valley the Daily News reports the former democratic candidate will pilot a universal basic income program for low income residents of the city of Hudson the program aims to give twenty people five hundred dollars a month for the next five years and will track what recipients spent on this S. W. NYC support for.

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Jerry Stiller dies of natural causes at 92

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Jerry Stiller dies of natural causes at 92

"Legendary funnyman Jerry Stiller has died his son actor Ben Stiller tweeted this morning that his father had passed away from natural causes at the age of ninety two while his career spanned many decades Jerry Stiller may be best known for playing Frank Costanza on Seinfeld Jerry Stiller first became famous doing comedy routines with his wife and Mira she was tall and Irish Catholic he was shortened Jewish they played up their differences for laughs how

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Jerry Stiller, veteran comic and Ben's father, has died at 92

Charlie Parker

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Jerry Stiller, veteran comic and Ben's father, has died at 92

"Or Jerry Stiller a classically trained actor who became a comedy star twice has died at the age of ninety two dollars death was confirmed this morning by his son actor Ben Stiller to tweet who said his father died of natural causes Mr still as accomplishments as an actor were considerable recently he was best known as George Costanza's father on Seinfeld my George isn't clever enough to hatch a scheme like this you got that right the hell does that mean

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"costanza" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"costanza" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Day with few customers wearing masks in Maryland Kraus's ocean city's boardwalk reopened in Los Angeles bustling trails hikers anxious to get out the first time in a month a number of top virus task force people are self isolating this morning by VP Mike pence is not one of them the vice president is expected to be at the White House Monday defying reports that he had gone into quarantine a statement from pence's spokesman says he has tested negative for covert nineteen every day and that he did not go into quarantine several top west wing health officials have gone into quarantine in recent days after pence's press secretary tested positive for covert nineteen last week Markram Alard ABC news while we wait into phase one with more restaurants and salons opening elective surgeries are back on to let's take a look at phase two governor says that will happen when there is no evidence of a rebound and resurgence of covert nineteen cases so when we get to face to that's gonna allow bars pubs and nightclubs to operate at about fifty percent of building capacity tables will be six feet apart and groups limited to ten or fewer people gyms and fitness centers will be allowed to reopen it seventy five percent capacity was social distancing and cleaning protocols movie theaters bowling alleys arcades and casinos will be able to re open at no more though than seventy five percent and parties can't exceed more than ten we're following some breaking news this morning actor Ben Stiller is confirming the death of his father comedian Jerry Stiller but out of that I know it was one of Ben still wrote on Twitter I'm sad to say my father Jerry Stiller passed away from natural causes you will be greatly missed love you dad after a long career performing a comedy routines store became known for his role in Seinfeld is Frank Costanza George's dad.

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How To Achieve Financial Freedom In 10 Years Or Less with Brad Gibb

Entrepreneur on FIRE

07:54 min | 2 years ago

How To Achieve Financial Freedom In 10 Years Or Less with Brad Gibb

"Ryan say what's up to fire nation and sheer so the interesting about yourselves. That most people don't know what is up fire nation. Hey this is Ryan Lee and his Brad and guys The thing that most people don't about us We are to financial strategist and so many people think that we have all these degrees and pedigree one of us does one of us doesn't so I'm actually a high school dropouts And Bradley give over here is I have more degrees than fingers on one hand so so the interesting thing is how the two of US combined with our perspectives around money and finance. What it all means to help empower people in their financial planning. Well I love it and fire nation as I alluded to in the intro. We're GONNA be talking about how you can achieve financial freedom and we're talking ten years or less. We're not talking by the time you know thirty years. Forty years have gone by. Of course you'll be five x ten x down the road by them. We're talking in this decade fire nation. It is something that's been a focus of mine. One of the reasons I moved to Porto Rico. Three and a half years ago that might come up a little further on this conversation. And these guys. They've been helping people they've been connected with some great entrepreneurs actually about to be going to funnel hacking lives look continuing to up. Their education surround themselves with the right people. Suspicious breakdown four fire nation at the top this episode what Financial Freedom Actually Means John. I love that question. I mean you know. There's so many misconceptions. I think a lot of people throw around the idea. The concept the phrase financial freedom but as we talk to people about a very few people actually understand what it means that the simple answer to that is when your cash flow from your expense from your assets exceed your expenses. That's the simple answer but as you dive into it a little bit deeper you know in order for you to truly be financially free. There's one thing you have to own and it's your time. It's your most valuable and precious resource so when we go back to that simple answer of cash flow exceeding expenses that cash flow that you have coming in from your assets from from what you've put put aside has to be passive. It has to be income. That's coming in independent of you trading more of time to get it and you know as you mentioned we're on we're we're sitting in a hotel room about to go to our fifth funnel hacking live. We talked to a lot of entrepreneurs a lot of business owners a lot of W. Two employees and they make good money and some of them to a certain extent have saved money but they don't own their time so that that at the core is what we do. We help empower people in the conversation of money so they can own their time. Anything you want ads in bread. There's a thousand ways we can make money right but the conversations just are we making money. It's are we keeping it and is it positioning us to do. I am of a life of purpose. Wake up every day and do what we want to do. And what we're here meant to do to bring a Puerto Rico so quickly but that phrase you said Brad exactly why I moved to this island because I know that I've been making a lot of money for a lot of years but after California taxes federal taxes. I was like am I really keeping all this money and the answer was not really the move to Puerto Rico. The four percent tax. Everything has made the ability to do that. And that's why fire nation you've got to have your finger on the pulse talking to people who are smart in financial advising like these two cats right here because they are living there eating it. They are breathing. It's and let's just break down. Why why do most people struggle not just with money but with achieving financial freedom? A great question and loaded there. There's lots of ways we could go with this one of you just mentioned you said You. GotTa get advice from Smart People in John. I'd go a level deeper than that. One of the biggest problems with financial advice today is we're taking advice from people who themselves are still broke right or who themselves really don't have they might have textbook answers right. They might have answers that that sound intelligent by. It's really really hard to follow somebody or duplicate results when you're listening to somebody who hasn't done what you want to accomplish right and so a lot of it is is. We're just looking to the wrong places. Were we think that degrees we think that letters and acronyms after our names or big You Know Company pedigrees are the thing that are going to get US financially free. But it's like I I would hesitate to take marriage advice for somebody. Who's maybe on their fifth marriage or I'd hesitate to take parenting advice from somebody who doesn't have kids yet you. It's really really difficult if not impossible to live what you don't lead. And that's an epidemic in the financial industry today And then and then second to that would be because we're listening wrong people. We we believe in ninety seven percent of financial advice becomes dangerous misleading or outright. Wrong when we're not focused on answering the right question which really centered around our first response to to what is financial freedom so fire nation. Have you ever been in that gym class or you know? Gone into some kind of doctor session. And you're getting this advice. Health advices nutrition advice from just this overweight or even obese person like for me. I'm just like my friends. You're giving me advice that you can't even take yourself like there's no credibility there's no validity in that so you've gotta find people who have been there who have done that who have results who have testimonials who have proven concepts period end of story ends. You guys are known for Bowl statements. And I'm personally a big fan of bold statements. Bullishly break this down. Ninety seven percents of traditional finest dangerous misleading in outright. Wrong breakdown force. I love that and and that's kind of a controversial statement for shore and I'M GONNA. I'M GONNA take this back You know I think everyone can learn just about everything. They need to know about life from watching the Sitcom Seinfeld. You remember that one back in the day so funny I miss it so funny but In seinfeld there's this. There's this clip that George Costanza short bald. You know living in his parent's basement and nothing in his life seems to be working out and he's in the coffee shop with Jerry and his lamenting over the fact that he can't get a dates you know he can't hold down a job. Nothing's working and Jerry points out a really interesting thing you know. He says George. If everything you're doing in in your life right now isn't getting what you want. Then the opposite would have to be true. And George Ponder that for a minute he says you know what that's right. The opposite has to be true and so he stands right up. He walks over to To the bar there. And there's this beautiful blonde woman and says hey my name George Costanza short on fat on balls and I'm unemployed and I live with my parents and the blonde woman immediately. Response saying hi. I'm Victoria. I bald men. And so that's a reality man John if if people really take a step back and they look at the financial world everyone knows it. No one will acknowledge it but there is a major problem. There is a major problem with people not saving enough money going into massive amounts of debt putting their money in retirement plans that they don't control and then if you fast forward and you look at all these baby boomers like these baby boomers. Do not have enough money to retire and the relying on the government. They're hoping taxes stay whether at their you know. There's just a lot of problems. And if we keep looking at what everyone else is doing traditionally which is blindly putting money in a 401k with their fingers crossed hoping that it works out the reality of that is that problems just going to compound and so our goal isn't to help you do. What's not working better because again when you look to the Financial World. Everything is a plus one strategy. Well if you're getting five percent over there what are you.

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"costanza" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"costanza" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"So good let it climbed to a fast as there it is it let Frank Costanza cleanse you with the airing of grievances because it feels good just to air it out clear the air yes so that you can move forward into the new year with a clean slate so that you may build new grievances hair and police on exterior there will be new grievances because we live in the world and stuff happens and people there are things okay stuff and people and there are things so don't worry but just saying it out loud right now today might just clear the air for you a little bit and that's what we're here for Susan is on the line the annual hearing of the grievances as part of the festivus celebration what is your grievance thank you finish all my culture can offer the programs mentioned they used to be in a box well not all the only Salomon bags and it's more than you need not enough for the recipe so you have to buy two and then you have that extra spinach and what do you do what do you actually spend it Susan I'm you know listen I don't know this isn't my first service is about but I'm gonna just throw this out here is this is a solve for your problem okay I would just set it aside and use it in eggs cool okay but you know it's like you don't want to do my recipe and be you know I guess yeah I'm with you Susan who made that choice thank you very much the airing of the grievances Susan does not like the new spinach is the don't come in ten ounces what's the deal what is the deal with that okay let's go to Jamie Jamie we'll have our final grievance the airing of grievances nine nine years to part my first one goes off of the list says where she was complaining she was talking about people and wanting to know what's for dinner well my second part is when I tell them what I plan on having they don't like that no like grow yeah so that's how hard you is putting away empty boxes of cereal cracker snacks back in the cupboard when I go to the store I don't know what IT all and then when you put the box back in the cupboard how much of the actual cracker is left in the box yeah she does not count as a whole bag of greed I don't Jeez three Cheetos thank you Jamie my time with you Jake because you know what they're doing in this is that this is my festivus this is the last great grievance I have but those people are doing those people in your family is they're leaving a few in there to just have a plausible reason that they put it back on the shelf rude rude I just finished a ticket okay hash it out baby were given you permission the next time that you're getting ready to cash out those fruit loops yeah this is with the stress gets just eat the whole thing but it's not out of box is it so hard to throw things in the garbage is that taxing grievances I love it when we come back on the cult leader Bradley show we have to talk a little bit about Britney because in addition to this injunction that the I I will get a little bit more into this that that judge ordered for her dad and this blogger there was another whole thing that happened involving Sam S. Garey replying to some eight using a free Britney meme I don't get it so because we like to put on our tin foil hats we have to understand what's actually going on here we're gonna have to get to the bottom of it after that said my talk on a.

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Did the Raiders contact Antonio Brown's agent before Brown apologized?

Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

08:14 min | 2 years ago

Did the Raiders contact Antonio Brown's agent before Brown apologized?

"Something i wanted to get to the bottom of was did the raiders in fact contact. Rosenhaus awesome tonio brown's agent. I've seen this kind of float around but i'm not sure that this is what happens i wanted to see if either of you know <hes> if he was contacted before we're antonio brown's apology on friday and told that the guaranteed money and his contract would be voided as it was at that point so at that point basically antonio only lebron's going in apologizing knowing that the thirty million is a hit is that something that we know was already told to him before the apology or i don't i think to <hes> the bottom line on that is that they didn't have to i mean he knows as well as anybody once they imposed that discipline. They have the right to go after it so i mean i think he's smart enough to know without having that conversation that that was what they were angling for. It was clear we talked about <hes> when we first saw these letters on wednesday basically all those letters. There's are is is a legal paper trail down the road to say here's what happened. We had we had these issues. We had to find him. This is what went on that's all. Those letters are for <hes> so i think rosenhaus kind of knew he probably explai- tube and there i'm positive on some level even though no it's illegal according to the rules of the n._f._l. Under the c._b._a. I'm positive that rosenhaus was talking to other teams and saying if this happens if the contract is voided if for run out what is the market and i'm sure he knew what it was and so like. Did he know those things. I don't. I'm sure he did was explicitly laid out by the raiders. I'm i'm not sure about how that worked but <hes> i'm sure he knew exactly what the situation was yeah so in other words. He knew the patriots were looking at him and that he could play there. Air instead of explicitly said i'm sure he knew what the market was. When you think of maybe this is like a wild theory and so. I got on tin foil hat. You're so picture that all of us but if <hes> excuse me antonio brown got to the raiders he was happy happy for a little while then started practicing with these guys right maybe gets the training camp and he's like what they're not going to be very good and then he's just decides besides you know what bleep this. I'm just going to act ugly. I'm gonna throw crap all over the walls until i'm just going to keep doing it. Even though you tell me to stop even though you tell me you know i'm gonna find you find me on posting on instagram like i'm going to now make it even bigger mess and then he knows that he enforce himself out because he knows that there's maybe a winner. That will be there for him. I think that it's not out of their own with possibility as i now take my tinfoil hat off and put my reporter reporter hat right back on that. This is something that could have happened because when it's five hours after somebody releases you that you are with defending super bowl champions. There's maybe somebody should look into that right. I mean i think i went once the further with my tin foil will happen i tweeted and it was more of a joke but <hes> as as everything in my life does it relates to seinfeld but there was there was an episode of seinfeld where the mets wanted to hire george costanza away from the yankees and they couldn't just hire him because it would be tampering and they wouldn't be able to go hire them away from team so they told him to do everything he could to get fired from the yankees. He started dragging the world series trophy around he was wearing babe ruth pants from the yankee museum. <hes> everything do get fired so that the mets would be able to hire him like in my mind. Bella check like a go create chaos out there. We need to bring you in. That's the only way we can get you and that's again a complete and total conspiracy. Uh but i like to think that it's true. Let's talk about some of the possible reaction and we can expect here from the raiders because i wanna in a hypothesize what derek carr might say about antonio brown's tweet of bumper cars meaning. He and his brother david had been doing some conversation about antonio brown. That's what i interpreted that tweet demean. I can't imagine it would mean anything else so cars generally very nice well-spoken guy in front of the media very even temperament. Do we expect any crazy reaction from him. Certainly not i mean he's a quarterback right and quarterbacks are always is going to be measured in what they say. Now i do sort of wish that we have been hearing directly from derek carr instead of through really an intermediary as his brother on n._f._l. Network right. I think especially because derek carr was in the locker room today and we were told as he came back in that he was not going to be talking and and that's fine. He certainly has that right and he's a quarterback. He speaks one time a week but i just think it would have been nice to hear directly from derek carr car <hes> since you know he had been nothing but supportive i totally respect dirk are not talking but i think that you know it just it just would have been nice to hear from the quarterback in that particular situation and he doesn't have to but he could've essentially descending out press releases. I mean through his approach. That's what he's doing in. They're not it's not it's not like they're being secretive about it. I think that's that's the one thing i'll say about this is like if it was just some secret that if it was some random person in the media and derek carr was feeding things to get it out there and not talking to the media locally but hey i'm gonna feed this to whoever you you know whatever national reporter and it's coming out saying oh source close to the team said like that would be a little bit different to me than in this case. It's basically his brother going on tv serving mrs mouthpiece and saying explicitly. I talked to derrick this morning. Here is what he said. I think they're being pretty open about it. It just it clearly rubbed antonio radio brown the wrong way and you know we saw the other day he unfolded the raiders and derek carr on instagram and then reformed the raiders but not car like that was pretty telling of where they are have a check dam sure he unveiled the raiders as well now he did. Yes yeah <hes> but you know. I think that was incredibly telling that when he did follow the raiders he did not re follow derek carr. You know i it was pretty clear that that relationship was was heading in the wrong way. Even though derek carr continued to say how close they were and how they've played well after field and here's the other thing it listen it's part of the job we understand but how many times jon gruden was asked how many times micmac was asked just how many times derek carr was asked about the distractions in about everything that's going on and how many times they basically said. You're inventing this you guys the media are inventing the story story. No no weren't by the way to the same thing to the readers out there to the fans out there like these things are not invented. There's a reason isn't that story. Lines are storylines. This was something that was going on and it was bubbling over all the time and it was distracting the team. It was bothering the team. It certainly had been an issue for a while and now it just has has reached that point where they couldn't deal with it anymore but i think it would absolutely not be surprising if it was something that tonio earlier brown was like i need to do this i need to get out and this is my way out and the other thing is it wasn't blown out of proportion either. That's the that's the phrase that like gets on my nerves a little bit. <hes> men like all these things you're saying. They were blown out of proportion. It's blown out of proportion. He's just a wide receivers blown out of proportion. Friggin von miller said that on on a conference call the other day no. It's not blown out of proportion when you're yelling at g._m. In practice right you're posting your fines on instagram. When you ask on instagram to be released win. You recorded your ahead coach with a stencil your head coach with the conversation. Put it on a two minute youtube video in a two party consent state. I don't really think any of these things are being blown out of proportion so i love what jonathan abram had to say on twitter and he put this out just about a little over an hour ago he says in today's world the worst drug there is called attention

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Are these girls being forcibly converted?

Correspondents Report

06:57 min | 2 years ago

Are these girls being forcibly converted?

"The forced conversion to Islam of young women and girls in Pakistan is causing tensions and one of the country's poorest provinces distraught families say goals are being kidnapped kidnapped and forced to convert clerics say they're converting of their own free will and South Asia correspondent Chevanton. You found is hard to what's the women themselves gave police this video of two Pakistani sisters reciting Islamic versus went viral in Pakistan. It'd be arena and Ravina assistance from a small village in Sindh province which is one of the poorest parts of Pakistan. It's also home to many of the country's largest religious minority Hindus soon after these sisters converted from Hinduism to Islam. They were married to local Muslim was lamenting over the entire process was filmed and a variety of phone video clips emerged in one the two sisters sisters and two men sit squeezed together on a sofa as a cleric rates from a religious text. All the videos were shed far and wide on social. Media has people debate it. Did these girls convert of their own free will or were they forced. There's no way of knowing the full story behind that conversions and marriages or whether they wanted it all to be filmed and publicized but activists say it's an example of something Pakistan's Owing Human Rights Commission says is a national problem it in its annual report. The commission said that More Than One thousand underage girls were forcibly converted last year in Sindh province alone. There's been A.. Consistent stream of conversions of low cost Mina Hindu goals over the past several years the commission road in its annual report in April around one thousand Oakland Christian and Hindu minority women converted to Islam and then forcibly married off to their abductors or rapists. The commission reported earlier this month sins provincial assembly pasta resolution demanding an end to the practice. It was supported unanimously including by local members of Prime Minister Imran Khan's Tarija in softball P._T._i.. Potty as well as the hardline Jamaat e Islami group but it's not the first time lawmakers have tried and failed to press for change before influence from religious groups is brought to bear and the passage of laws banning the practice is thwarted cases like Rena and Ravinus grab headlines in India and Pakistan influential. Nobody in the case of these sisters even led to politicians from both countries trading BOB's over religious freedom on on twitter coverage on four hundred many Douglas Marie Ibox the Human Rights Commission says forced conversion flourishes because the local authorities look the other way and and because religious organizations including Madris's facilitate indeed orchestrate the targeting vulnerable girls from the poorest families and the lowest costs some people say the girls go willingly because converting and marrying a slightly wealthy Moslem man gives them economic opportunity at the other end of the spectrum are accusations Happened Mr Lau says his daughter just thirteen and fifteen years old and you husbands and the religious leaders who read them say they're eighteen and nineteen despite being married in in Sindh where the legal age for marriage is eighteen they were quickly moved to a different province by these men to Punjab where the legal marriage age is only sixteen you Mr Lau protested outside local police stations eventually made its way to court with the involvement of some local law makers and advocates for the Hindu Community but an issue wasn't whether the girls can send it to be married or converted willingly or if they were abducted adopted the only issue being ruled on was whether they were eighteen and therefore old enough to marry the court was essentially deciding whether the girls would go back to their parents house else will be told to remain within new husband's sisters appeared at court once their faces fully covered in black nick up before they were ordered to stay a safe house for for the duration of court proceedings. They didn't say a word outside the court and they never returned to sit in that courtroom that was deciding their futures as is common in many Pakistan's Costanza poor rural areas. These goals never given birth certificates. It would not have been a priority for their family. So the court ruled that forensic testing at an institute eighteen Islamabad would be conducted to determine if they were eighteen when they were married the goals were not in court to him most of their case and their mother was equally silent she she did go to the court sitting with her husband is lawyers and activists swilled around her. She will the same outfit every day. A plain yellow sorry that she dropped low over her face covering. Covering her eyes although her teas were visible as she sat and whipped quietly in the hours before the final hearing she wore bright red bengals up her arms says he's custom for married women from her community as people walked past her in the court precinct some stead and laughed at her style of dress which denoted her status as the low cost person from a poll rural area. She never spoke to any of the people involved in the case or to the many reporters at court to follow the story people poured from the courtroom. After the judge handed down his verdict. The sisters were eighteen or older. He ruled they would stay within new husband's uh-huh from the religious center where the girls were converted and married celebrated outside in their later cleric and former politician. Pierre Abdelhak said force was never used to convert the sisters. Do I had stopped what Woah we welcome the judgement. Today's judgment delivered justice. He said this is all done to define Pakistan. There are some Indian spy agencies who are doing this correct missile salty egg. Give me an example of false conversion in the last two hundred years. Give me a name I will donate my property to her. The hands linked fists raised in the air. The men walked from the court precinct triumphant. They were by far the loudest voices in in South Asia correspondent Chevanton you with their tail from Pakistan.

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"costanza" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"costanza" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Tom, John, Bloomberg surveillance from our studios in Gerard, Cassidy usually planted by a lobster pot up in Portland or he's in Boston or some Bank in Oklahoma calling from. Oh, tell. He's in London living large Queen Victoria street, and we welcome him right now, Gerard. What upsets me? I just went after Tony Costanza on this. The economists seem oblivious to the financial ramifications of this great monetary experience. When you talk to bankers with your access. How upset are they at the economics crew that they don't understand their day to day? Quarter to quarter realities. It is a real challenge. Tom. I think when you talk to the largest banks, and you take a look at the yield curve, and what we're seeing it is very frustrating to these banks. But that being said, what's interesting and what's still holding in for the banking industry is loan, demand is still good every Friday afternoon. The Federal Reserve releases the HA data as it's called, and as of last Friday, the loan growth on a year year basis was just over five percent in time when we go back twenty thirty years nominal loan growth in the US banking system. Tends to grow at nominal GDP in GDP today's around four to five percent. So from one side of the equation, the banks are seeing okay loan growth. But it's that flattening of the curve in the monetary policy that's influencing yet long and is the troubling. Let's talk about monetary policy, the right cut that we may or may not get in the coming months. How on earth do you play that through the financials and the parallels that I keep hearing about, especially for the financial Jaren it comes up in your research to the mid ninety s are the parallels that we can explore John? I think there are, and I think you put you on the ninety four ninety five time. Prairie is very similar, I think, to where we are today, except for of course, the nominal level of interest rates today are much lower. But when you turn back, the clock Greenspan, who was Federal Reserve chairman, of course, back, then he was raising rates Italy through nineteen ninety four the economy, really started the slow in the first half of ninety five in February of ninety five stop raising rates, and he cut rates in July of ninety five. You might remember John back then it was called the soft landing, and Greenspan pulled it off. So when you go back to the start of the Federal Reserve and that goes back to the early nineteen hundreds and Tom, I wasn't doing the Bank. Back then. But when you go back to the early part of the nineteen hundreds, the fed has tightened sixteen times, not counting. The tightening wearing today thirteen of those led to recession the last time the fed tightened and did not. We did not go into recession was ninety four ninety five remember what it was like to see Willie McGee and center field for the Red Sox, July of nineteen ninety-five. Yes. Yes. I do. This guy could jump forty seven feet in the air people would just go to the park, hoping for long fly balls to see Willie McGee to his we're going to talk about the company's under your coverage back in the.

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"costanza" Discussed on Dads Outnumbered

Dads Outnumbered

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"costanza" Discussed on Dads Outnumbered

"We're GONNA do a Quick Dad's quiz let you know. I don't know the answers to these but we'll do it together and see how we score. Okay all right question. Number one is who invented father's Day The names are multiple choice. There Alvin Austin Sonora. Smart DODD or Julia Ward Howe. Sin Noah No from college and it's not the same person but gosh you caress fully during one thousand nine mother's Day sermon Sonora. Smart Dodd came up with the idea for father's Day as a way to honor her widowed father of six I would never. I just went with the name. It was a hundred percent gas on my bed which. Us President Made Father's Day a national holiday. Was it Calvin Coolidge Harry Truman or Richard Nixon? Truman everything happen with Truman. We're going to go with Truman wrong. Answer Sorry Cooler. Although father's Day was began and spokane Washington in one thousand nine ten it wasn't until Nineteen seventy-two said you'd Nixon signed a proclamation. So we were like one hundred year afterthought from a mother's Day mother's Day was founded on a whim kind of two right. Yeah but it was one hundred years. Yeah in two thousand and nine Charles. J sailor became the first male president of what Mothers Against Drunk Driving National Parent Teachers Association or the late J League Lecce. Let's go with little H. Okay and wrong answer. I. I wouldn't know either for the first time since it was formed The National Parent teachers the PTA elected a male president just alleged any officially took the helm in two thousand nine. Wow it's really making making strides. Aren't they glassy? I'm so happy about which famous researcher referred to Fatherhood as a biological necessity and social accident. Benjamin spock Margaret Mead or Charles Darwin. Let's go with Charles Darwin. All right and wrong answers. Sock was widely circulated. Quote is anthropologist. Margaret Mead Margaret made. Okay sorry this stuff one. What percentage of American children are raised in households without their biological fathers so house? Oh Yeah Oh yeah twelve percent twenty-three percent or thirty nine. I'M GONNA say Twenty Three. It has to be somewhat. I went in for for sure on. Get it. It's thirty nine. Thirty nine prophetic well again. Not THEIR BIOLOGICAL FATHER. That does it could be a step parent or another. Yeah Yeah Yeah but but still. That's did not know. Was that high I didn't either. That's amazing fathers from which country Spain's divorce? Yeah thank you. Fathers from which country spend the most amount of time with their children on average the United States the Netherlands Britain? I'd say the Netherlands. They always do my guest correct. That's right according to research conducted by Fatherhood Expert Stony Brook University sociologist. Michael Kimmel Dad's in the Netherlands. Spend twice as much time with their kids compared to American deaths twice which time British Papas put in forty percent more time than their paternal counterparts across the pond. Yeah more than USA that I believe yeah less TV less destroyed so which of the following famous DADS have the most kids. Jim Henson Mahatma Gandhi or Stephen King didn't know they were famous dance but I didn't either I'm GONNA go with. Let's do Stephen King Stephen King. That's an interesting one wrong answer. Sorry Jim Henson Gyms Jane at five children Just to let you know eight had five kids the at five kids. Yes okay gone have four sons and King History. Mci So in two thousand and eight. What percentage of American children younger than six eight dinner every night with dad so two thousand and eight percentage of American children younger than six ate dinner at every night which has got to be pretty small. Show every night stuff. Thirty three percent. Fifty four percent or seventy one percent. I would say thirty three my guest to wrong answer. If before interesting. Seventy one percent of American kids ate dinner every night with their dads in two thousand and two thousand eight. I find it hard to believe kids. Yeah no yeah right. Yeah I mean. It just seems highly unusual. How could it be when thirty nine percent nevermind I logically? Dads are a few more questions to go. We're not doing well right now. To write six wrong dissolute which major historic outnumbered we are? We've lost objectivity which major historical event institutionalized the family model of father as breadwinner and mother as caregiver So again one more time. Which major historical events institutionalize the family model of fathers breadwinner mother as caregiver and lightens men? The Industrial Revolution or world. War what I'd say the Industrial Revolution and the answer is correct. All right we got another one. Father spent more time at home Until that that event occurred so very good couple more questions to go. According to two thousand and nine British survey men gain how much weight during their partners pregnancies. Eight pounds fourteen pounds or twenty one pounds. I'd say eight eight is the answer wrong answer. Sorry it is. Fourteen dollars seems high but it does seem kilograms. Just let you throw over listening. Which of the following countries offers the most generous paternity leave the United States France or Sweden Sweden? The Swedes oddities we. Of course. Let's see here. They get at least two months off while earning up to eighty percent of their salaries at fantasma. That is a really the longer I M- around the more I get angry about that. The Census Bureau tallied up. How many stay at home? Dads there were in two thousand eight. This must be an older survey It's hard one hundred fifty four thousand five hundred fifty four thousand or one point five million. Stay at home. Dads import five million in two thousand eight. That had become answer. Only one hundred and fifty four now seems really small a lot of them were in Texas. All right okay. All right last question or at least last question that we're going to answer I as of two thousand seven. What percentage of working mothers earned more income than their husbands thirteen percent? Twenty five percent or forty one percent. I'd say I'M GONNA say forty-one percent at this point two thousand seven seven ten years ago or more than ten years ago. Yeah more household income than their partners. They earn more than their. I would say forty one and the answer. Sorry the answer's wrong. It's twenty five twenty five percent probably closer to forty now so fantastic our final score just to let you know Four correct eleven incorrect. I really do hope people are not taking advice. We don't know the answer number but that's all we have time for this week. I'd like to thank our host guest host. I think you did a stellar. Thank you much more interesting commentary than my other host. And he's great. He's great by the way I haven't met him but I do feel bad for his dog dog so so for children are very important is exactly and we'll get him on with you next time. He's a beer drinker as well. So thank you probably want to do. A being outnumbered try a path of Beers and international beer to make it really super. Actually that's interesting. It'd make an appeal to our listeners. From so until next time..

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"costanza" Discussed on Dads Outnumbered

Dads Outnumbered

09:27 min | 2 years ago

"costanza" Discussed on Dads Outnumbered

"Is amazing. how different this generation growing up to interact socially then. Yeah and and it's back to that non-confrontational something I wonder I truly wonder it again. Being a a pair outnumbered is it dot gender or is it. A boys boys the same age. Do they go through that to I? I honestly don't know I don't know either And I it you know it could be that. There are more boys probably. Don't pay as much. I'm stereotyping as much attention or could care less what somebody else. We're putting our view as grown boys younger boys and we don't know exactly I I do. I do wonder if a lot of the habits that I'm learning from. Our children of this generation are gender specific or cross cross gender. Yeah and I don't know and it's interesting I I've been So lately I've been involved in the theater company here for the and get spend more time with boys and girls and it is interesting. They are different species. There was a We had the quieter award ask so the day after there was zero awards. And it's it's more of a dinner than it right. The the one that we attended but the girls all dressed up to the nine seven beautiful outfits like basically a prom attire boys'll shorts. You know there was completely different sensibility. To wear their so and then they could care less and but they were happy to be there and the girls were happy to have them right It was very bizarre. How different it. Well Yeah I you know I see some of the grows at the high school and I'm I'm like you know how different were they or were we from them. I am you know but apparently were worlds apart from what I hear so I s It gets even down into the the days of the problem. We are up at your more than half of the attendees are going with other girl group girls and and is that because the The men are less men or at its but the dude you're going with a group of dudes. Yeah right right so you know they. Are they meeting up? Are they saying? Hey you want to go to prom with me. I'll meet you there. You know but because then on social media you see these proposals right right. I had yet to see one. I see yes. Yeah because it's all they all want to go with. A group of girls suggest and go to a house and get made up and then have pizza and then drive there together and then you can go to ihop effort. At least. They're still doing that to me again. Anecdotal but it's it seems to be if if one is a girlfriend a couple. Yeah that's antidote. Typically when they do it. It's rarely that I've never been out with you before yet. Invite you to the pro like when we were like. I don't know this girl from Nesh. I know I'm going to say hey. Would you mind going into the have any of you? Which hopefully some of the listeners will yes exactly all of our twelve thank you. I know you've got a high schooler and house driver's Ed going. Let's don't even know you're talking about so. This trend of I don't WANNA drive. Apparently is much larger than I anticipated. I you remember wanting to drive we were lined up today of our birthday It it it it. It takes a village with this. With my oldest. I've got the Owner of the driving school I've got a couple of parents helping me with some ideas And just to you know. I know I'm getting down to Bribery soon what's the point to where I needed just convinced her that legally responsible that she needs to leave the house went with a drivers license. But it's it's not an easy and of her. I would say you know the six friends as she hangs only to drive gone to rest on. I don't know about what what's your experience. Yeah it's about half drive and my daughter My oldest each one is like I said it's different. My oldest was driving to school for you know. She went to a different high school. Then my other two and so she had to drive there and got used to it. I I don't let him on the freeway until at least a year shares. Oh my middle daughter. Isn't freeway. Certified the Attica. She passed the test. I didn't think she would. She rallied. it was like you know went on for months eight nine months and then finally I thought. Oh she's never going to be able to do it. And then somehow she's just clicked it clicked and I think that's his nervous. You gotta get. I think is a dad. You have to be yet to feel comfort that they can handle. I think thing you always worry about is is one staying on the road but if something happens are they going to be able to react quickly enough and make a sensible choice and that is the one hundred percent true but let's dial it back a bit think about the influences of driving versus versus what they had? We we either art brothers. You're walking exactly a car for some reason. The iphone or the phone replaced the urge to draw. That's true as And if I if to the to the to almost a year the amount of kids who do want to drive versus don't WanNa drive. It's literally that transformation of win. The iphone really became part of. Why don't you WanNa go just drive of their? Why drive over there when I can just texture on my iphone and we can play a game on whatever on switches true that is that's a really interesting phenomenon where you're right it was. It was like okay. I can talk to somebody on the phone right which is other males not interested right girls but I Walk Right a bike somewhere and I'm humiliated right right age. Because they know I'm of age and then you end up the face timing that's done and so I don't know but we're working on it. I'm going to have to probably resort to the legally obligated stores. Your daughter is actually. I mean. Girls have been in sports over the years and your daughter is in synchronized right. Youngest daughter fantastic. And how did she get into that too? So both the girls swam and the road swimming and soccer. I was your soccer coach. I was I was and and swimming. Though they both fell into they really enjoyed the water. There were water babies So you know. Of course dad wants to be able to make it competitive. Let's get on a swim team. So we've their team back home and where they join here. We joined a local swim team as well and then As they were swimming some The pool that we normally were going to was going into repairs and we had to go to another pool. And that's where the synchro pool and the oldest one loved it because she was doing laps and she could hear her favorite songs being played Underwater the youngest one also did dance. She loves swimming. She loved dance. She loved the pageantry of the dance the makeup and everything so when when they the wife was there picking them up and she said hey mom. Can we watch this group? I don't know what they're supposed to be doing. But they're playing great music and and so they stayed for a little bit and that's how the love for secret when you merge dance and swimming together is what you get a synchronized swimming Super Competitive Your there's that commercial of competitive ribbon. Yes it was. It was one of those moments for me was like what am I watching? Everything is so subjective. You know scoring and everything but it is. The girls are just as competitive did cutthroat you know being in a Swim Synchro. Swim Circle. You get kicked punched physical closeness there that you know if you're in the wrong spot you're you know you get kicked in the throat or in the head or something and The amount of time those girls spent underwater versus above water during a routine amazing. Absolutely amazing and literally. They're underwater for a majority of the time. Yeah but they're getting a breadth and then there for a minute. Yeah and maybe not me but close to it. Seems like yeah yeah it is and then having to literally be synchronous and Movement Hinson dancing nothing to hold onto nothing to hold onto touch the bottom amazing and it's You know unlikely days past where you would be in three different sports right here yes. Sports are always an interesting thing where you get to you. Try Sport right either all in or not in it all so but it sounds like well wishing much success thank..

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"costanza" Discussed on Dads Outnumbered

Dads Outnumbered

09:59 min | 2 years ago

"costanza" Discussed on Dads Outnumbered

"And have you ever had to? Have your girls make a telephone call? Yes Oh yes. They shudder with If I want them to if this is so funny you say that If they really want it they will call and find out. Yeah right but it but it's a battle. It's a battle. I don't WanNa talk to a stranger. Good low yeah. I know it's a funny story last year. My daughter was studying in France and she's in college now right but And she said four years of high school French and one year of university French and we. I wanted to find out what the age was at a hotel. Sure no and I said I can call. Who doesn't speak barely any French or you can call right and she would not call and it was like so. I've got a call and struggle through broken French to find out if they'll accept someone under the last time you spoke French as nine hundred eighty five. That's always the way but we've all kind of dial back on our phone usage anyways which is which is a good thing so the you mentioned travel also is the. Have you ever taken like a single daughter? Just a daily daddy daughter. I think those are important so I think I've probably mentioned this to you. But my philosophy on travel is you know. I don't have a fancy car or you know. We don't do certain things that other other families probably would be considered as extravagant. We travel and so one thing my wife and I make sure we do have those experiences where we You know WanNa travel to a certain part of the region just with wife or just with me and we do it maybe once every two years or some great and But we do. Have you know we travel throughout the year? You've heard some of our travel Last father daughter One was with the oldest would down to she wanted to see this. Overwatch League Games Sport Oh yeah right right at the Burbank studios were Johnny Carson used to actually host actually and So the I said I'll be more than happy to take you but we're going to look at a couple of universities while we're down there as well so that USC UCLA UCSB CA- f- others but then spent the next day in this fascinating tournament. Were a bunch of kids are watching other kids play video games live gotta be designed at live right at live as one see? Are you looking at a big L. A. as you And I'll try to be cognizant of our listeners As you walk into the stadium with Her Majesty seating imagine a center stage area into the right. There is a row of Like a long desk with computers into the left. There's another row of desks along with computers. And each of the teams enter in a very dramatic high production value. Capes yet. No they're wearing jerseys number jerseys like they were athletes and so each team will sit on each side and then above them were. The long desk are is a multimedia screen that spans the breath of the wall. You're facing and so you get to see as they're playing through an each of them have their own view and he's like fifty screens on this. So yes I imagine five kids here five kids there say kids because they're all seventeen. Eighteen year old kids. Each kid has a screen that shows his view of the game and then they have a master view which shows how the overall the fighting it is. It is a sight to see. We're able to follow the action or absolutely but I didn't know what the point of me wanting to watch other kids play a game. Why did not I wanted to play in? But you know I'm sure your kids. They will watch youtube videos or other kids watching video games in commenting on it. It reminds me of that. Show Mystery Science. Yes thousand so that that was the old school version. Another quick topic also is the you like me had relocated for your work and your girls were at a tender age and I'm just curious from that. Standpoint IS THERE. Is there a best age or never good age you again? Having only move one time fortunately most my career in Texas where where where I lived. Everyone told me that sixth grade was a great age. With right right before you know the age because everyone's moving to a new school in everyone's getting new no good age then The younger one was I think in third grade or fourth grade at the time So it was hard Because of the crying yeah I think that's that's what got me. The most is because I don't know what to do with the crying crying. Yes I really. I don't want to sound insensitive but I truly don't back to the whole tough love being firm. We weren't allowed to cry. We weren't supposed to cry. If you're gonNA move Matt Mana or suck it up and just you know go or a new adventure view it as that and we'll make investment. You'll meet new friends everything. We tried everything right. Let Yeah I wasn't prepared for the the crying But I think within it within six months you know oh I got a friend of this person is talking about certain people if things became normal for them again right but It looking at it. Steve Wow six to seven years later I think the girls probably a half year probably would have been. I think Texas would have been a little different Growing up than here I think here in Arizona. You get kind of a west coast vibe where did not have that vibe so I think they're probably a little little bit. More may be laid back then they probably would have been in Texas. I certainly have changed You know the the you know the climate here is like why do you live in Phoenix? Well Georgia is climate. Yeah that's true in the end. The also I think they're now a able to adapt to things changed and things like that which well maybe your girls are able to change is a tough thing for us is is too but I'm saying in terms of never having gone outside of the community you grew up was bri raised. You know they I think they can be plopped into my kids plopped into an area. They're not comfortable with it but they can deal with it. I maybe you're right. Maybe I'm underestimating my kids but honestly the something about change that really and I thought it was general because every I'm not sure about your goals but every other parent on the block here went to the same thing that you know. I can't do this because it'll be different than I had before anything and so I'd I duNno I duNno change. Yeah it's not GonNa Mail Bag Mel. We also have another one. Just listen. We do an irregular episode called Herb segment called Mailbag. I just get your two cents here. This is one I hadn't sent this to you in order to from Clay Selection Klay from Nashville writes. My daughter will be taking the bus to and from school this fall. How do I teach her about stranger? Danger and being aware of her surroundings without making her too afraid and being paranoid. You know what that right way to get them to be aware of. You know Well I'd probably pass drink. Yeah I'm probably the worst person do that. Because I showed my stepbrother's the movie. Okay taught them the phrase. I will roundhouse kick you so okay. Fightback is a good fight back. You know there there. I was surprised honestly that his daughter probably doesn't already know about stranger danger because in elementary school. That is being touted very young. I it is and I think it's just the The now to the point to where she'd been driven to school. Yeah now there they just WanNa make sure sees well aware. Yeah absolutely you know. Don't talk to anybody don't know I think is one Traveling a pack. You know. Grab a little walk places. I think I think it's the basic rules that we were taught to that. I still are timeless minute. Walk with a crowd. Don't talk to anybody. Don't know someone brothers you run like Hell Ya Zigzag via bear runs allegations zigzag having JC you. But I think that's a common sense thing is just the talk define what a stranger is and then go from there. Got a point about adding. There's a stranger enter house. Yeah exactly that helps play. It does play. Good luck to you. Dr Early on the troll.

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"costanza" Discussed on Dads Outnumbered

Dads Outnumbered

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"costanza" Discussed on Dads Outnumbered

"In Phoenix Arizona. It's Dad's outnumbered. Let's give a shout out to your hosts Glenn in Craig can be this week's episode of Dad's outnumbered I'm Glen your host and I'm joined today by our guest host. Mr Luis Caballero so welcome. How are you? I'm great thanks to have you with us Craig is also traveling the world with his family and not with us today so Which is fine. And you'll have great tales to tell us when we get when he gets back in a few weeks so we picked our guest host this week simply because he also isn't ads. Outnumbered when when talking with Craig. Craig has daughters that. Are you know ten years younger than mine? But the nice part is is were among kindred spirits here because his daughters are the same age as mine or just a little younger. So we're we're kind of at least in the same zone of talking about girls so you have to divers your daughter's seventeen and fourteen seventeen and fourteen fantastic so in yours are between a minor Twenty seventeen and sixty now in that gap So you've got seventeen and fourteen and there are three grades apart to set apart. Yeah the the three grades apart was Was By accident and then when it happened to be another three years later after our second daughter we decided to get a Dog. Got Of course to be outnumbered. We got a female female so you also have. Cats don't go. We have two female actively human wise and other species as well. So that's amazing because I have at least have a male dog but you only have a say your decision or just happen that way. That's a good question so both the cats were Purchased as I was traveling so I didn't have any say in the heard the dog on the other hand. We did the first dog. Lola which would have been my subsequent Third Daughters so you and actually Now you did you pick a boy name and a girl name or just. Oh Yeah you were sure that you were. Yes we had. Both boys and girls names We being Hispanic we. We kept them both Latin to an extent with The boys as well But and how many? How many names did you actually pick one each note? But in terms of the You had to list or Oh yeah what I'm saying. So when you first started out ten names or Debbie had about two or three and I had about two or three and did you have but you had a sense on what the number one draft pick was at that time we suggest sadly though our kids we thought we were being unique and super original with our names back in the O. Five era and now there's like ten of each of those underclass. It's always the thing. Is The the question you always get is the you know? I and I think you and I've talked before is that I love girls. I wouldn't have wanted any differently but it would you would. Would you treated them differently? If they were boys. I guess I know it's a silly question but I this point. I don't know because I try to treat them like from a- from a punishment standpoint from you know being being restrictive and and just being from a A Very US little tact you know I think I was. I tried to so they can get Thanksgiving and of course you know you know one of the questions you would ask me. What's the best advice I really do? Implore the George Costanza method do the absolute opposite of my instincts. And really note. I have to because my instincts and you gotta remember. I'm the youngest of five four boys with a very mean sister right in the middle but but I you know my instinct is to treat or them as I would say my brothers or my my parents would treat us and it's the actual wrong thing. I'm sure you've probably seen throughout the book because if I'm if I do one way it's wrong if I took another way. It's wrong. Yes he is amazing. It's gotTa be also tough like you mentioned to having families coming you probably are constantly having to find a middle ground somewhere well fortunately You know We've known each other My wife and I since literally six grade and you know we grew up down the street from each other so our families actually have known each other more. As long as you know we've been married or plus so it you know you would think some of the easiest things were Were you know or the hard things that people couples when they get together where the toughest punch no. It was the most common things that we had in common. That were the most difficult later in life but it was a good knowing that the families knew each other's backgrounds and we everybody knew everybody was actually Kinda Nice. That's good that's great.

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"costanza" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"costanza" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Show seven to ten PM, NewsRadio KFB K and glad to have you aboard. This is the show where we get to a lot of goofy stuff. Sometimes we need your opinion. Tonight's one of those nights, by the way, a little of both will goofy stuff. But in the opinion, I need opinion. What what's your kindle? Everything. Okay. All right. Good. Good. Good. Good. Good. Good. Good. Good. Great. It's the show that has been described to me recently, not the first time, by the way is like the Seinfeld of talk shows like it's a show about nothing. Although I feel many times it's about something. Then many times, we just you know, we keep it light. And it's still about something. But I take that as a compliment. That's fine. That's good. So again tonight will be one of those nights, kindle, I realized why got rid of these shoes brought these shoes to that warm. I couldn't remember why I quit where am I said? Oh, man. I forgot about these put these put these suckers on. Speaking of Seinfeld. This should be a this should be an episode of Seinfeld. Kind of was actually remember when George bought that new suit, George Costanza buys the new suit. Thanks. You looks really cool. Some kind of polyester some kind of a material that makes a sandy walks. Whoop. What he walks. Coming.

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"costanza" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"costanza" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"Costanza gets yelled ad for double dipping took the trip took a bite dipped again. So that's like putting your whole mouth right in the dip. So the question is is the guy yelling at George, correct? Or is double dipping really, no big deal. First of all, you're not eating like this like with your lips all around swishing it around your gums, putting it under your tongue and dipping it back in taking no bite and you're dipping back in w early. Never had a trick. Trixie. Double dipping. I'm saying the mid okay, I'll I'll agree with her Powell Dawson actually studied double dipping in the lab. It is like putting your mouth and dip. And this is one of my favorites. Because I it was prized thought about when you bite a crack or chip there's minimal surface area that's really remaining sticking back in the dip. But surprising. There was plenty of bacteria transferred. Talking about. You just love a rubik's. You set it at one when you agreed to. I'm not driving myself co pilot. Transfer trying to transfer the way. I knew I was down. One more question to this everything. Okay. Last one lake restroom hand drying method which one is more sanitary in a public restroom when it comes to hand drying methods paper towels or the electric blow dry alerts work. Okay. But we can't just dive in. This is a trick question. This is a trick by the white, man..

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"costanza" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"costanza" Discussed on WGN Radio

"News time is four clock. Let's get to the newsroom in Vic Vaughn longtime. Chicago alderman. Ricardo moon is doing court later this morning, Chicago. Police arrested him yesterday at his twenty second board office in the city's little village neighborhood is facing domestic violence charges. His wife called police New Year's Eve, she told officers to two had an argument in that. She was pushed in hit Elmwood park. Police were involved in a shooting and chase this morning that ended in Chicago began just after one there are multiple crime scenes connected to this investigation. Bullet casings are being collected at two sites in Chicago one at grand in Harlem and other at the corner of berry and Nottingham with the chase ended. There's a third crime singing at Belmont in Harlem that's where the chase. That's where the chase took out a bus shelter. One person has been taken into custody Chicago public schools hired a teacher after he had. The sexual misconduct with a sixteen year old boy, it's one of several cases made public early this morning that part of an annual report released by the school district's inspector general in another case, a former teacher deposited into his personal Bank account. Then spent thousands of dollars raised by a school choir a high school principal is facing termination for hiring an unlicensed danced instructor in another a high school coach is accused of involvement in campus. Fistfight twenty four year old Cameron robust is of near northwest suburban elk grove village appeared in federal court yesterday morning on charges of assaulting federal employees with a weapon. Prosecutors say Hrubesch tapped on postal workers driver's side window as he delivered mail New Year's Eve, flashed a gun then fired three shots as the mailman. Tried to drive away the victor's father, Steven Costanza seniors thanking law enforcement appreciative of the elk grove police. The federal police postal police Hrubesch has prior arrest. He face. Up to twenty years in prison. The postal worker has not been identified. He remains hospitalized recovering from surgery and hundreds of people showed up at a bar in the city's north side. Joe's on we'd street last night. It was a fundraiser for police officers recently killed in the line of duty former Chicago police superintendent, then Chicago mayoral candidate Gary McCarthy was there the events happen..

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Do Boomers and Gen-Xers Really Work Harder Than Millennials?

BrainStuff

06:10 min | 3 years ago

Do Boomers and Gen-Xers Really Work Harder Than Millennials?

"It's baritone date, Thurston host of spit. I heart radio newest podcast, twenty three and me where we explore how understanding your DNA changes, how we think about ourselves and the world around us. We've got the why cleft John. We have so much more in common than you could even imagine you put two kids together. They're going to want to play. They're gonna wanna have a good time. They gonna wanna fall in. Love have opinions. This is every kid listen to the full episode of spit with twenty three and me in the iheartradio app four wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, learned vocal bomb here. Thanks to popular books like generation me and a rash of kids these days cover stories and major magazines. It's easy to believe that millennials usually defined as people born between nineteen Eighty-one in nineteen. Ninety nine are wildly different than their coworkers from generation x. born between nineteen sixty five and nineteen eighty and the baby boomer generation that's nineteen forty six to nine hundred sixty four employers have so much faith in the millennial mythology that they've changed the way they recruit hire, train and develop employees, teams of well, paid consultants have convinced CEOs that millennials represent an entirely new species of worker that's less focused, less loyal and far less willing to work hard than preceding generations. But is it really true. When researchers have gone digging for hard data backup, the negative stereotypes of millennial workers, they've repeatedly come up empty. The real explanation for the perceived differences between the work ethic and commitment of millennials versus Xers versus boomers has much less to do with the year that they were born versus the age on their driver's license. If you're thinking, isn't that the same thing? Well, not exactly. We spoke with David Costanza associate professor of psychology and organizational sciences at George Washington University, who co authored an influential study on generational differences? In two thousand fifteen. He explains that generational assignments. Like boomer or millennial are somewhat arbitrary, but age is a strong predictor of work experience and more experienced tenured workers tend to have a stronger work ethic and more corporate loyalty than younger workers. In other words, being a boomer is a weaker predictor of work ethic than simply being sixty five Costanza said, if you look back twenty forty or sixty years, the. Same pattern of differences shows up again. And again, the youngest generation is always the least dedicated the least satisfied and the most mobile twenty years ago that was generation x forty years ago. It was the boomers. Now, it's the millennials. For example, an article published in the American sociological review in nineteen sixty one bemoaned the decaying system of values apparent in people's work ethic. The argument went that the so called Protestant work ethic. The belief in the importance of hard work and a disapproval of too much leisure. Time and activities was responsible for the economic success of Europe and the United States. But apparently there was widespread consensus that the younger generation of midwestern farmers were straying from the rugged self reliance of their fathers and quote, finding meaning in strength through constant associations with others rather than themselves. They were also quote, shameless consumers. Just imagine if those farmers that had Facebook and Amazon prime, a new study from Wayne State university backs up Costanza 's conclusion. That age is a much better predictor of work attitudes than being a millennial or boomer. The researchers performed an in-depth meta analysis of Seventy-seven work ethic studies published between nineteen sixty and twenty fifteen, and they found absolutely no empirical difference between the responses of say eighteen to twenty two year old college students in nineteen sixty eight versus two thousand eight regarding the Protestant work ethic. The real change happens as these young punks get older and more experienced. The authors suggest that when the current group of millennials aged forty years, they'll think the new kids are lazy to the most important takeaway from this research is at the popular public perception of lazy millennials is not only inaccurate. It's also bad for business. Costanza said it leads to these sweeping generalizations that can prompt organizations to make these really poor decisions and to invest in training development or compensation systems that don't do any good. If managers are telling the CEO that younger employees don't seem to be engaged in committed to their work. That's definitely a problem, but it's not a millennial problem. Costanza equates the millennial myth with these stereotypes that employers had about women workers, half a century ago that there was no point promoting a woman to a management position because she eventually get married, have kids and leave or the painful racial and ethnic stereotypes. Historically faced by minority workers. Costanza said if workers aren't committed or they're not satisfied, or they're not sticking around find out why that is an address. It don't rely on these myths and stereotypes. Today's episode was written by Dave rou and produced by Tyler clang for more on this and lots of other productive topics, visit our home planet tau stuff, works dot com. Attention vans of stranger things. Hey, everybody, it's Chuck Bryant for movie crush and I wanted to alert you to a couple of very special episodes, stranger things, specials, part one and two with Joe Carey, David harbour and Brett Gelman we talk a lot about stranger things and you get a really good inside. Look what it's like to work on. One of the coolest shows on TV here's a little sample. What about the duffers? Were those guys give you a lot of leeway in finding your character where they had pretty specific things in mind? I think I got one note the entire season, so and I was doing crazy stuff like this stuff. There's like little scenes in there that were written in a certain way that like there's one scene where I come out of the house and Jonathan follows me out in his like own come with you, and I just like I just hit him like in the shoulder McStay with your mom. So check it out. Stranger things

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KFC chooses 'Seinfeld' star Jason Alexander as newest 'Colonel Sanders'

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

01:34 min | 3 years ago

KFC chooses 'Seinfeld' star Jason Alexander as newest 'Colonel Sanders'

"Friday night in campus Loves loves loves the song her favorite song now our producer whatever happened her He will be back Let's all pray is. Often leaves off today Blaine is trying his best to fill, in. By the way Michael you need to get out more what Why is that suburbs like the rest of you Phillies Manhattan, over. Here I am a west village. Weenie That's, what I am a city boy is skipper. Calls KFC is a new Colonel Sanders this is. Cute yes it is none other than George Costanza Jason Alexander the. Actor and comedian very fine Broadway performer he is going to be playing Colonel Sanders in the KFC ads now other. People have played Colonel Sanders in the past including. Billy Zane Darrell Hammond and MRs Colonel Sanders REBA? Mcentire I didn't know. That she was a Colonel Sanders You know the actor Steven Seagal right now Now is? He a Russian. Citizen, or he's an honorary I think so anyway he's been appointed as a some kind of thing is, some kind of ambassador not an ambassador Russia but he's now he's trying to smooth over relations between the United States and Russia, Russia's sending him to be. A. Goodwill. Ambassador Dennis, Rodman to him here yeah okay so anyway James corden on his late late show had. Something to say about. That over the weekend Russia announced that actor Steven, Seagal has been named a special Cultural. Representative.

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2018 NFL training camp preseason players to watch

Tony Katz and the Morning News

05:33 min | 3 years ago

2018 NFL training camp preseason players to watch

"A few more days of practice Head of them still and the latest is Anthony Costanzo and the way that coach. Reich kinda describes the injury to Costanzo is Oh it he had it and he's got it back and he's gonna There's. Gonna be some rest right he's gonna. Need a little bit of time. It's as vague as. Anything, out. There I'm wondering about Costanza 's future tell me I'm wrong Yeah Tony I I don't know about in terms of long term but I think. It's something to monitor the, rest? Of the that it'd be the first injured. Hamstring about two weeks before training camp. Started and then re tweaked it. During Friday night practice It's. Been really really durable NFL career he's only miss three games, maybe since his rookie season it's eleven and he looked, at positions on the colts. Roster and talk about depth I think left tackle might be, the most bear and unproven position on the roster so Dongo's bend your left tackle for the last seven years and he's going to miss a little bit of. Time, and, that, is very vague and maybe he doesn't play the, rest of the pre season but you would think just a tweaking of a hamstring he would be able to go by the regular season opens up here in a little over a month So you don't see it as a serious thing when you take a, look at the injuries that he had last year No, he was hoping last year two years ago think or maybe even the year before that when he was heard so I I don't. Think it's anything to fret over long term why. This is a guy that has been extremely extremely durable in bell career That guy wanting the, blind side of you know Through that awful twenty eleven so you end up through Angeles early. Years in these past couple of years as well I don't think it's anything that. It's a reoccurring injury that happened for several years maybe came back a little bit too soon, from that hamstring injury and and he openly. Admitted he kinda. Over trained in the off season so rest stuff you don't. Need a Santa Costanza in the month of August you need to see some of these other guys play left tackle in case this does become a lingering issue talking to. Kevin Bowen from ten seventy the fan dot com that's where you go to get all of. His latest on what's going on a training camp one of the things I noted is that when it comes to running back where, a little bit, of everywhere and nowhere on here we've, got MAC I think people are happy with him. But you, need a, little bit of that day Angela shoulder maybe better, but he still needs to hand off the ball who is he handing off to and, what are we seeing a lot of young guys Tony with Robert Turbin suspended for the first, four games James Andrew lock arguably I think the top three running back to the roster none, of them have, played with lock when you talk about, Marlin MAC going into the second season the mid. Rookies and, I am, highs and Jordan Wilkins as well and Jim Irsay, had quite hyperbole on Friday night saying that he thinks Marlee Matlin rush for fifteen hundred, yards this season I don't know if anyone in for Is He has his, bell Donald Trump of, sports just don't let them tweet Did he tweet which one was it he said it yeah. Said that we have three hundred and fifty yards rushing all last year so that's that's quite the jump for the second year back and especially. On the colts have said they want to be running back by committee so I think there are some young pieces to work with with MAC and what Jordan Wilkins the fifth round pick, out of night's camp, and I kind of bored More of a hybrid player probably help you out on special teams maybe a wide out as well so that's really really. Unproven and when roster cuts happen and the end of August you know you might be a decision that you look for more of a, more of a veteran objects I. Do think there, is something. To work with their but if the group they just, hasn't proved, themselves on the NFL level quite yet as you see it so far as in training camp Who is the player that we should be looking at and who's the player who you think is causing the most concern But I. Think a player that's really, surprises then the Niko Autry new defensive lineman signed from Oakland this past season. Back in March, I think one of the I think it was the first free, agent signing, McColl patio in, twenty eighteen and you know when you're talking about quit Nelson and how dominant the rookies ban, you know in full pads the guy that have occasionally been Autry and. The colts need some help with this new four three Friday and, Autry I think could be kind of a nice surprise I. Think that a guy that you feel, good about concern standpoint I'd probably go back into the secondary and go Quincy Wilson the second round pick some last year Who figure to be. Maybe the number one cornerback a corner in. General I think as a physician group that hasn't had a lot of play making here. In the first couple of, weeks at grand park and they're rotating a lot of bodies there doesn't look. Like many documents, in terms of starters and that group so they need Quincy Wilson, to a, merge because you, spent a second round pick on them you know we know full well how valuable corners are, today that I Sal and the colts just don't have a lot to. Work with with that you know kind of really a it's of, your top four corners I would say three of them are..

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