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"dan hello" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:40 min | 4 months ago

"dan hello" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Conservative Party that has for the past two weeks been enabling supporting and cheering on these blockades to stay consistent in saying that they have to end that we have to get our lives back all of us as Canadians And Trudeau also saying if we don't the blockades could damage the economy The White House is reaching out to Senate Republicans about a replacement for Supreme Court Justice Stephen breyer And Biden President Biden telling NBC he thinks he will get some Republican support for his nominee And we expect to hear from Elon Musk in Texas on SpaceX and possibly things like a timetable for traveling to Mars Global news 24 hours a day on air Don Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than a 120 countries In the news or mine today's Pellegrini this is Bloomberg All right Denise thanks Let's get to our guest and Gerard is with us for the half hour Dan is senior multi asset strategist at state street He's on the line from Boston Dan Thanks for being with us It's really easy to be kind of the Monday morning quarterback to look back over 2021 and to take apart the narrative that inflation was going to be transitory Lo and behold we're dealing with an annual increase in CPI for the month of January a little hotter than forecast 7 and a half percent That's a very very high rate We saw what Jim bullard had to say today and how it rattled markets How do we get out of the situation Gracefully Oh great So first of all thanks for having me back great to be with you at grace he is a tough one This is going to be trip And I think the reason for this is that I don't think low rates has been the primary influence on higher inflation And I think a lot of people agree with that This is not a typical cycle where overheating is defined by this overextension of credit This is I think a very important point Typically in that late cycle of an expansion you have deteriorating balance sheets overextension of credit providing the fuel for the overheating So rate hikes make sense because they pull back on borrowing lending But that's not what we have here Nobody can really say that this is an over extension of credit in too much borrowing This is about the supply chain So do we even if gold is right and the fed starts raising rates by that extreme does it really do anything to a supply induced inflation issue We know what we need to do And that is probably rain back all the balance sheet expansion but the fed has much much less confidence about what happens during quantitative timing And I think that that's what led us to this quandary here Dan hello Singapore messes you Wanted to ask you as well in terms of whether or not you're seeing the market pricing or these risks in and I guess how you hedge against this Well miss you guys as well Juliet Thank you And I think that there is probably some more some more damage to be done in the bond market and even if it belong end is probably capped a bit because I think there will be continue to be reach for yield reach for safety in the U.S. U.S. yield what we will see is probably more spreads widening out a bit more We continue to see that on days like this of high yield getting really the damage But how do you hedge whether or not it's rates causing inflation we know that inflation is real and it will persist for some time So inflation hedges I think stick with energy stick with the industrial metals stick with the commodities themselves and the stocks and potentially some of the Latin American inflation hedges as well which are starting to see investor interest again That's what we're going to be for a while So I was looking at some of the categories in the CPI report fuel oil up more than 46% gasoline up 40% So what if and I know it's not a part of the mandate per se but what if some of this is tied to persistent weakness in the dollar And if rates were to move up and the dollar becomes stronger that would in turn have the way it's correlated to energy prices it would reduce the price of crude oil isn't that something that we need to consider the behavior of the currency and all of this Absolutely We do need to consider the behavior of the currency I think that for now however it's potentially a weaker dollar that is more likely it's reducing overweight to where investors have these massive overweight And that story that you've just mentioned might be one down the road a little bit if we hit a real gross slowdown in a real policy mistake But I think for the time being the risk is still not just higher oil but that investors start rebuilding those underweight positions they had for so long in energy stocks and energy equities which don't necessarily need consistently higher oil prices to outperform Where are they reducing the reducing their holdings in U.S. equities reducing European equities to some extent and in technology Those are the major overweights And it's not necessarily that they're fearing that the growth hits so much I think what they're fearing is the uncertainty which means take the large debt back down to benchmark Even some of the people that we have talked to on this program admit that the fed got it wrong they're behind the curve But they seem to be confident at the same time that we're going to see declining inflation in the second half of the year but we continue the conversation I'd like to get your view on that idea And then this notion that hey because the American equity market is so richly valued in many cases and if you look at what's happening in China where there.

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"dan hello" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"dan hello" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Back handle on the law Marginal legal advice. By Dirk My question was My parents got divorced last night. 1995. I know when my dad passed away and 2015. The church that handle the memorial, Can we? Because they hardly mentioned me and my mom. They hardly mentioned your mom and me. Okay? In the memorial service, they hardly mentioned your mom. You're talking about the pastor. Right? Where the reverend or the right, Reverend? Uh huh. Okay. He So you have someone officiating at the memorial? Who didn't mention your mom in you? Right. Okay. So what's your question? Dark. So for, you know, Memorial Well, no, they did the memorial, didn't they, Dirk? Well, I know that s O s. So what they did wrong is not mentioned. You and your dad, right? Don't make them and Oh, yeah, Me and my dad, My mom and my best, Okay, who died? I'm sorry. I'm a little confused who died? My dad writes What? Your mom I'm sorry. Okay, So they mentioned your mom did they? And they didn't mention your your dad. And therefore you wanted. They didn't mention me or my mom. Okay? And the question is Wait a minute. Your mom died and they didn't mention her. Sorry. No, my mom still want okay? So they didn't mention your dad. They didn't mention your mom. Okay? I mean, we're getting confused here. My mom. Okay. Got it. Dad is Dad didn't mention you or your mom on. So all they did was talk about your dead dad, right? Right, Okay. And you want to sue them for what? Not mentioning my mom. Yeah, No, that's a big one on and how much you think that's worth? Just curious. Honor, sir. Well, take a guess. What do you What do you What do you think you're in front of a jury. And you're going that in mentioned, Uh, my mom. They didn't mention me, and we're really angry and we want to sue the church because they should have mentioned us, which they should have. How much money you think that's worth? 10,010 fell. At least that's not 100, or, you know, 100,000 rebellion. S O. Here's the next question. What do you think I'm going to say? I'm not sure I tell you exactly what I mean to say Two things. Actually several things. Uh, clearly you have no case. That's number one number two. Rarely do I get questions that are that cretinous. That hit that level of idiocy. Now we have a lot of people who do. Ask any questions on this call on this show, and you know that and that's all. Sometimes that's why people listen to the show. But this level of idiocy is I got to tell you the top 10 of the year. It really is no kidding. Kelly, your turn. Yeah. What can I do for you? Good morning, Bill. Yes, ma'am. I purchased a car. Uh, beer and a half ago from a used a very well known you'd change dealership. Um and I bought the extended warranty. And it's broke down in the year and a half about seven or eight times Now. They've always taken care of me. I got the extended warranty. They gave me rental cars, but I'm done with this car. And they won't really help me. Trade it in. I didn't know if it falls under the lemon law. No, it doesn't. That doesn't I mean it would fall under the lemon law, But there are some real exceptions to it. You don't fall. Within those exceptions, your entire issue is the warranty and all you can do is keep on having them fix it, And they fixed it enough times where you can argue, I'm done. I want the value of the car because it's unrivaled and you sold the car to me, but they're going to say no. And, uh yeah, that becomes the problem so How much is the car worth? It's not worth what I'm even paying for it now. Well, that's always that's always the case. $100 so and what do you want it? About 10,000. Yeah, that always happens. All you can do is keep having them fix it that there's not much more you can do about that on. Then there's some. Yeah. Yeah, That's the only way. I mean, you think about lemon law, but Lemon laws, usually new cars, and it can be using used cars, but it's very, very restrictive. Dan Hello, Dan. Welcome to handle on the law. Good morning, Beth. Yes. Thank you for taking the club. Okay, 2012, my parents could for six siblings on joint tenancy for the house. 2013. My dad passed. Or of the other siblings during 2013 quick claims. There's Had claimed back to my mom. And then created a life of state deed. So those four siblings 2020 down. My mom passed. Are questions for the two remaining that we're still on the joint tenancy. We didn't quit claim. My sister and I are. We once served one third and one third with Mom. The joint tenancy was the four of you, Mom and the three siblings, Uh, owned as joint tenancy, Correct. Well, okay, the three of you on the property. One third, one third, one third. Right, because it's not indicated, so that that's easy. Okay, so the three of you on the property and that's outside of everything, and the life of state is kind of interesting. A lot of people don't know what a life of state is. That means here is the property. I'm giving it to you, but I get to live in it for the rest of my life. Uh and you can't throw me out so effectively. I'm a non paying tenant forever. And as soon as I die, you get it And you can do whatever the hell you want with it. All right. So with that, uh, you've got the joint tenancy. The three of you own that, And you had a question about the other four. Yeah, well when they quit, claimed their portion back to Mom. There was no portion declaim ou They quit claimed it and then she decided to do joint Tennessee. Yeah, Okay. What? They could claim their portion. That was it. They're done. Right. Okay. After they quit claim, my mom did a licensed that right, but it's not going to do with them. They have nothing to do with it anymore. Once there was a quit claim, unless they kept the life of state, But it has nothing to do. I see. But they gave up their rights unless they quit claim just that portion, and now that's You know, I I don't have the time to go through it, and I didn't do really well, my real estate. Of course, when I was in law school, so thanks very much for the call, and it's greatly appreciate. I'm glad I could help you. Why not? Larry. Hi, Larry. Hey, Bill. Yes? Yes, sir. I got a quick question here. Um, I have a son that wants to buy a piece of property that he's got. Beasts idea of turning it into an Airbnb, which is fine. He's he's kind of young and I'm glad you You know he's trying something. So I'm gonna co sign the loan so that he can get it because I trust you'll be able to pay it off and do what he wants to do. But in my responsibility as a co signer on the loan, I have a couple questions here. Number one If for some reason, and I'm gonna make sure he has plenty of insurance on it, For some reason, he gets the lawsuit against them. And I'd say somebody falls on the property or whatever you know. Can they sue me? No. Now, If your name isn't on title, they can't And when you talk about a co signer you're just talking about you're guaranteeing him paying the mortgage company. That's all you're doing. He You're not on title, so that means you're not responsible for anybody or anything that happens on the property. All you're responsible for is the.

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"dan hello" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"dan hello" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"This is Jordan Ricin for Dan? It's about a 36, and we're talking about the vaccination. Issues and there, of course, are always going to be issues. One thing. I'll just jump in with one additional point, and I've sadly run into this just once. Ah young person. Let's say Well, certainly a lot younger than I am. Who was very cavalier about it and said, Yeah, I contacted some doctor friends and I tried, but I just couldn't get them to Push me to the front of the line. I wanted to strangle him, but I mean that kind of attitude. You're probably hearing and seeing it. Maybe it's something that you'd like to comment on its Billy Zane in the movie Titanic. That's what it reminds me of Ray and national. Your next on WBZ on night side with Jordan and for Dan, Hi, Ray. Yes, I, uh, First of all, let me say I agree with God John to from Boston. Second John from Boston, John to five years old. Uh, name Quanah Virus itself is a typical vaccination idea. How did just different from the market? The beast in revelations mentioned in the Bible. I think it's a little different. But go ahead. Expound on what you want to say. I believe you. I will not get the shot myself. I will wear my mask and stuff like that when I get me wrong. But I will not get the vaccine that I've seen myself. I'm 75. I'm doing great. And I'm not going to take a mock that I could be identified with. No, just curious, Um You do realize and I'm not putting you on the spot here, but we are All of us Unless we're living off the grid and in the woods, we are On the What's the boy to put this? We are on the meter board for just about every big organization. Hi Tech credit card companies. Certainly the iris. I mean, is this any different than all of the other? Intrusions if you will. The intrusion is I do not want to have to market a beast. I will not. Go with divided faxing whatsoever. All right. You called the mark of the beast air. You opposed to the idea of the vaccine or another words of people around. You want to get it and should get it? No. Uh, well, my mask and everything else to protect other people from me, possibly giving it to them. Don't get me wrong. I mean, mask actually protects other people rather than yourself. Yeah. But you know, I can't believe in it. And like I said, 75, I'm doing great. I think people took better killing himself. Your immune system will be so affected. Right. Well, that's true. If if you if you did follow better hygiene in general, I just have a question and I'm not. And you know what I'm saying? What what particularly leads you to be so speculative about this vaccine? Is it any vaccine? Anything that comes out or is it this one? Anything that you have the crew I d to travel in his nose to me starts following in under the not gonna be mentioned in trouble. Okay, but forget it. Let's put the mark the travel restrictions all that out of sight for a second. Let's say there wasn't any of that tracking stuff and no abs and none of that jazz. Would you still be opposed to the idea of a vaccine? That's 95% effective? That would pretty much be eradicated, proving that you have to have the vaccine. And so what? All right, Ray got you. Thank you. I appreciate your your honesty. Thank you so much. I was trying to get him to explain beyond the the issue of tracking whether or not he just has any faith at all in the science. Sciences has been a political tool, particularly in the last several years. But the bio Simon but but the bio science community Aziz spent in our government to spend billions To come up with something that is pretty revolutionary. And by the way, I think it was John, too. I believe talked about being infected with the vaccine that is basically carrying a virus like the flu. I believe this is a slightly different approach of radically different approach involving M R, A and other issues. I'm not a scientist, but, um, it's it's a whole new concept in Disease, a ratification heretic eradication rather and it you know, could be. I think a kin to Certainly the polio vaccine and maybe even Totally different subject, the Manhattan project in terms of its speed and success. Hopefully, let's go toe Ellie in Abington on night side with Jordan and for Dan Hello, Ellie. Hi, Jordan. So nice to hear you tonight. Nice to be heard. And how are you Happy New year. Happy New YouTube doing well, every everybody in the family's doing fine. So far, I'm coming out to some, maybe two different perspectives. I am a retired healthcare worker. I retired August 2019. S so I dodged apple it. Um, Also, I am taking care of my two elderly parents who are in their nineties. And so I have to be careful of what I do so that I don't come in contact and be a silent carrier and bring it back to them. Right. Um, I am all for getting the vaccine. Wouldn't When I was working, Uh, the facility that I worked at. You know, you were required to get your you know your seasonal flu vaccine. Those that didn't want to get it for whatever reason. Have to sign a waiver that being said They were required to wear a mask. Every single time they were at work. Yeah, to protect the patients and to protect their co workers. Um and if John number two doesn't want to get the vaccine. Then he should be wearing a mask. Every time he steps out of the house to go do whatever everybody has to go. Do I'm also in favor of having that happen your phone and I would not mind showing it because they certainly want the wait staff for anybody who's taking care of me at any store to feel comfortable. Serving me. And actually, it would work on the other end. I would want to know that people who are serving me perhaps have validation that they have been Up to the task and got vaccinated. I think that's We're going. We're going to need ah, lot of time and trust to build back trust in the system in health and in each other. I mean, I can't think of a better, more efficient way to do it than with I'll call it what it is. It's not really but a magic bullet. In this case, which is a vaccine, there's no other way we can stop. The virus just like a California They've been shut down for months, and it's worse there than any other state. So I I agree with you. I'm very pro vaccine in this case. And your your parents. Do you think you could go up to anybody Who's coming? You know, within 6 Ft. Of you do have your vaccine. Well, hopefully it's not just keep moving with herd immunity, which the vaccine would lead to more quickly. That won't be an issue, but just quick question. Do you live with your parents or they elsewhere? No, No, they're still in their own home..

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"dan hello" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"dan hello" Discussed on KQED Radio

"By the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS station from viewers like you. Thank you. The presidential candidates were back out on the campaign trail today, just hours after their primetime town halls. They set their sights on battleground states aiming to drum up more support. In the final weeks of the race. Lisa Desjardin begins our coverage. 18 days until the election and the presidential candidates are both on the road in pivotal swing states today, President Trump in Florida I will protect you. I will defend you and I will fight for you with every ounce of energy and conviction that I have And former vice President Biden in Michigan. I'm going to build a resilient infrastructure, creating good paying jobs, building roads and bridges this after a night, originally scheduled for a face to face debate. Instead, Americans saw competing TV town halls. Mr. Trump got an hour of prime time at his event in Miami hosted by NBC News. He had refused to debate Biden in a virtual format following his cove in 19 diagnosis, but it's unclear just how much better this was for him. He spent much of the night on defense you if you've done this, everybody. NBC's Savannah Guthrie confronted President Trump with questions about his health. When was your last negative test? Did you tell debate? I don't know. I don't even remember even after His own bout with the Corona virus. Mr. Trump wavered on his position on masks falsely claiming that 85% of people who wear them catch the virus. I was okay with the masks. I was good with it, but I've heard many different stories and masks. And when pressed, he refused to disavow the far right conspiracy group. Q. And on. I just don't know about you and You do know? I don't know. No, I don't know. I don't know a remote control. Click away quite a contrast the words of a president matters instead of combative exchanges, longer answers and more time for voter questions. Besides, you ain't black. What do you have to say to young black voters who see voting for you as further participation in a system that continually fails to protect them? Well, I say first of all, as my buddy John Lewis said. It's a sacred opportunity to right to vote could make a difference. Early ratings indicated. The Biden Town Hall, moderated by ABC News is George Stephanopoulos in Philadelphia. Brought in more viewers than did the president. Biden eagerly dove into policy substance and his opponents track record. You have Iran closer to having enough nuclear material to build a bomb. North Korea has more bombs and missiles available to it. Find ourselves or our NATO allies and publicly saying they can't count on us with no interruptions. Compared to the last time the two candidates shared a stage by addressed voters concerns directly, so there's a lot more. If you want to know if you're gonna hang around afterwards, I'll tell you more. The issues making the biggest headlines this week marked moments in both events. I would not have appointed her. Biden declined to answer whether he's open to expanding the Supreme Court. Following Republicans pushed to confirm Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to the bench depends on how much they rush this, but he promised voters a definitive stands by the election. Meanwhile, Mr Trump also dodged other matters potentially hinging on that confirmation. He said he never told Barrett how to vote if the landmark abortion rights case Roe versus Wade Ever got challenged in the court. He refused to commit to whether he'd like to see Will re Wade overturned. I don't want to do anything to influence anything right now, a stark contrast from his stance in 2016. We put another two or perhaps three justice zone. That's really what's going to be has that's will happen. And that will happen automatically, in my opinion, because I am putting pro life and justices on the court. The two candidates are next set to appear together Thursday for their final debate for the PBS NewsHour and Lisa Desjardin. While the candidates continue to make their case is more than 22 million Americans have already voted, including 2.5 million ballots cast in Texas, where early voting began this week. Our Daniel Bush has been reporting in the state, and he joins us now from Houston. So, Dan Hello. We know earlier this week you were in Georgia reporting on early voting there during the pandemic you've now spent. What a couple of days in the Houston area Harris County. What are you seeing in terms of voting there? Judy, Texas, is one of only just five states where the pandemic itself is not excuse to cast a mail in ballots. So the only people who can vote by mail here through absentee ballots are people age 65 older or who are disabled and meet a couple other criteria. A lot of those voters, though, are choosing to Hand those ballots in in person. They don't trust the mail system. But the governor here a Republican Greg Abbott, has made that harder by limiting the drop box locations where you can drop off those ballots in just one per county here in Houston in Harris County, that single location is outside of a football stadium. You can see the images. There is not very accessible, though, however, for people without a car or on foot. Democrats have argued that this is blatant voter suppression in a county that is 40%. African. American and Latino Republicans, however, have defended this move and pointed out that there are other ways that voting has been expanded through a larger early voting window and knew for the first time in Texas Drive thru voting. And s So interesting. Because Harris County what 2.4 Million residents? Only one drop off voting ballot place quickly. Dan. What are voters telling you about how they sense what their options are for voting? How much? How much do they know How much? How concerned, are they? There's a range of view, certainly a lot of concern. Other people who said that it was a roughly a fairly easy process, I should say, let's take a look to voters and what they had to say about how they voted. I feel like he's trying to suppress the voters by only having one drop box, especially.

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"dan hello" Discussed on Pivot Party

Pivot Party

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"dan hello" Discussed on Pivot Party

"I, we just wanted to say, thank you to everyone who listen to episode five We really aren't sure why but the numbers for that episode have far exceeded everything before it and that's super cool and super great. Thank you. Yeah. Absolutely. So yeah, I'm just make sure you subscribe to the show if if you're up for it or you feel good about it, right US review that is like the biggest way to help us get the show out there and and brings us lots of. To get reviews on Apple podcasts and really any service that you that you listen to. That's one of the main metrics they use. So we super appreciate anybody who is willing to leave a review or rating. Absolutely. And if you're new to the show, we love hearing from people throughout the week. So send us a message you can find us on twitter and facebook and all over the place, and we'll talk about that. But we really do we really love hearing from people throughout the week, and so we look forward to that and can't wait to share your stories. So I'm Nina and I am joined by my co host Dan Hello I was just about to take a giant water. I was like Oh. She's going to say my name. So he set it down very quickly. I guess I should look over here. It's fine I. It was a bad time for me to. Pick up my water. It was just poor awareness on my part and I will do better sometimes, we're aware. All right. We are thrilled to be joined by Arianna. Hi Everyone. So I'm Arianna and I met a few years ago. Was it it was when was that fifteen twenty, five, thousand years ago but it was actually two, thousand, eighteen, nineteen. You know that sounds correct. Sounds good at this point time is just I don't even know that time. We don't know. We don't know when we met, but we do know how we met and we were playing with the Texas New Music Ensemble Hello Chad and we were playing a string quartet that was depicting the life cycle of a moth. and. It was really interesting and had all these like cool effects and there was actually A. where the violent is tied to like flap her arm like a moth wing and yeah that's that's how we met. That was the first time we played together so. Good Times actually think I can provide some context for that. Wasn't at that concert you were at that was like with the first or second time I. Ever saw perform it was two, thousand, eighteen, okay, two, thousand, eighteen and that was quite. Quite an interesting way to to become acquainted with. The music that you're playing is true issue we just started dating or it was. You know what? It must have been two, thousand, nineteen, March two, thousand, nineteen. Started dating in two, thousand, eighteen and. Aren't married yet, but I was listening I was doing a score study actually at the Rowe Street apartment..

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"dan hello" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"dan hello" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"What you feel Not what 11, but seven is welcome back to radio five about him here in your garden. Let's go to Jo in Palo Alto Hijo. I thank you very much for taking my call. Sure she tell you all the years you've given us and areas show you how I walk away with something that I never knew before. I really appreciate that. Okay. Thank you. My question about orchids of my wife, lovely organs. But she has a philosophy about cutting the standoff, and I understand that some people cut him some people, though she said she pressure should cut about the note or cut it down to base or not cut it at all at all. What you thought Don't cut it off. I can't. Yeah, Okay. I had a memorial service about three years ago for my wife. And, uh, we, uh, I kept that orchid and blue for 2.5 years without cutting anything off. Re bloomed on those old stems that put out a new growth and stuff like that. And so it kept on Now it's been our bloom for a couple of, uh, no, but a couple of months now. Ah, it's sprouted a new plan on the top of one of those things, which I probably won't get around one of these days to plan but that's the whole thing. There is that if if you don't cut it, you will get more bloom sooner. Often times you don't get blooms for another year if you cut it off. Yes, we've seen that thing, okay? That's delicious. Thank you very much. Thank you, Joe. For that answer, question and all the other good things. And thank you for all of that. The numbers of you'd like to call in our radio 8560 Zereoue 5600 and the area code for 15. Of course. Ron is in Napa. Hi there, Mom. Thanks for taking my call. Happy Sunday to you and your family. Yeah, I got a question on my Meyer Lemon. It's got like a black the salary assistance on the foliage. We're not getting rid of it. You must have some kind of thing like Citrus might or something on that order that's causing all event black material, which is nothing but the excrement from an insect. Um, two things one. You can use the soap connection or one of those Materials that you could buy that are. Ah will get rid of it. Ah, to get rid of the insect. The other one is, Let's see Spin inside. Or that would be Captain Jack's bug rule you could spray Uh, First of all, I'd wash it all off as much as you can with the hose and then go back and use the insecticide. Okay, Great. I'll do that. Alright. Alright, Ron. Thank you for that. All right, You take care. That's to prove either Dan Hello, Bob. Damn, Posey. Oh, well, hello there. Haven't seen you for a while. Where you been? Oh, my God. Just hereon in a county having fun, Okay? Yeah. And the guys they get they talk to you this morning, my hero and then got to hear the guy from Farmer's Almanac, a twofer. But last year didn't have good luck with my sweet pain. Um, I think we're too late or something. But besides the mone planting, I'm with the, uh with the lunar. How At that time, I could put him in planting the seeds in containers right now. Ah, going again. I don't think I would put him in. Yes. Um okay. We're gonna have some hot weather for the next. Probably week or so, Uh, probably, I would say around the first of the month, October Uh, would be the best time to do it. Look at your moon Shard. Yes, I Boy. Last time I got, um remember when I bought one for my dad. Um, you know, special time with the almanac. Um Yeah. So great. So, yeah, I will do that. You have an email Then do you have an email? I d'oh Why don't you email me something so I can get in contact with you? Because I've got a couple of questions. I want to ask you. Oh, God. Okay, left. I'd love to go lunch with you one day. Well, we're working on it. I only have an hour, So that's one of the problems I'm facing all the time. So he says alone. I don't So are they protest? I could get behind a protest more hours for Bob can, um, on the radio. Well, thank you for that. But I will say I still have an hour, okay? And I'm glad of that. So far so good Anyway, Dan, email me and see what we could. Maybe we could turn up the pot someplace. Very good. Thank you, Bob. Thank you very much. And thanks for calling And you take care. Brian is in Santa Clara. Hi there, Brian. How are you, Bob? Yes. Good. The question I have is I've got a neighbour has a tree that overhangs my sense. And it looks kind of like an apple tree fruits heavily and the food kind of looks like an apple. But for the almost like a peach, and it's hard on the inside. Um, trade you bite that doesn't taste good. Just warning if you know what that is and what I could do with it, if anything, You don't know what is the blue look like? Do you have an area? No. Didn't take a look at it when I was a blooming even when the fruit falls off the tree, it's hard. Sounds like a ums could be because it doesn't look like an apple. It'll kind of like an apple. You know, um, resented the bark on the tree. We were looks like an apple that leaf is kind of like an apple. But the fruit is fuzzy and the inside is hard. Sounds like a grand battle. It doesn't taste like one. No, I mean well. There are so many different varieties of crab apples that, uh, a lot of them are not edible, other than you know, the multiply like sin. But one of the things you might try and cook him up, you know, gather you see if you like. You like applesauce. I do like apple sauce, so that might be an option stuff just on a boy. Yeah. Uh, just a thought, you know, just, you know, gather about 20 or 30 of them and cook him up and crush them up and take the skins off and see what happens. Okay. Thank you. Well, well, try. Okay, Brian. Thank you for that. All right, You take care. We're going to take a little break right down. Then get right back to all your calls down that calls are the lines are open if you'd like to join, So if you had a problem in the past Now it's time to call in 141580856 years old Bob Tandem in the garden Talk radio 5 60. It is chaos. A vote. Okay, Kids.

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"dan hello" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"dan hello" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I'm consumer advocate. Day Perkins in the studio coaches let us in to have the conversation again. Dan. Dan Murphy is well strategist. He is coach Pete's local trusted advisor in Las Vegas. Dan Hello. How are you again? Dave, I'm doing on standing yourself. I'm doing great. And I'm telling you You're hitting the nail on the head with this to their conversation we're about to have because the fifties when you're in your fifties, not the decade, the fifties when you're in your fifties, you've got to get serious and buckle down retirements getting close and you put the time. Yeah, he really is. Now you put together something. It's not a honey do list, but it is a to do list. For what you should be doing in your fifties to get ready for your sixties and for all of your retirement, and I like this one. If you're still working, take advantage of those catch up contributions and a really important part, Dave. I mean, they're you know, people typically are spending a lot of money last week. We kind of talked about that person that you know, looks back and wonders where the heck their life when you know you've been spending all this money on, put the kids through school and, you know, getting all the toys and the things that everybody needs. And before you know it, you realize you didn't take enough time to save the money for Itself and for your retirement? Yeah, good to have a catch up, then it is it is. And so you know, one of one of the rules that you know we should be teaching all the kids in school is, you know, Make sure you pay yourself first. We hear that, but sometimes we just don't really implement it. And so it's It's just another conversation that we really make sure we have with clients is making sure we have this ketchup period that you know you're taking care of yourself. Now you spend all these years trying to take care of the kids and the family, and now it's making sure that you're prepared and so one of the biggest ways of doing that is trying to take advantage. The catch up contributions as sometimes they're overlooked. And so if you're currently contributing to a 41 k or some sort of IRA assumes we turned 50 or better, Dave, we have that opportunity for some catch up, and it's pretty significant. You know, if you're putting money towards a 401 K before it was 19 5 Essentially that you could put in. But once we hit 50 or better now, we can actually up that another 6500 so we can max out the 41 Kate, about 26,000. And then if we're able to Teo actually contribute A Roth, which we obviously love and really encourage our clients to do that. It basically jumps from 6000 up to 7000. So these air advantages to you to make sure that you're able to get that money squirreled away within the next, you know, 10 15 years for that win retirement hits. We're ready to rock and roll. That's it, and that's what you want to do Rock and roll Win retirement hits. And when you're in the financial red zone in your fifties and and someone sitting down with you, Dan, I know you're looking at there at asset allocation You're saying, you know, you're still playing the same game you were playing in your thirties. We need to alter this a little bit. Yeah, you know, Coach really impresses this upon, you know, all of us. You know, to really have a conversation about this and look at it as clearly as we can. I mean, most of us were used to just kind of having this money. If we're thrown any money aside, it's typically towards or for a one case, and we would really kind of call that more of a passive sort of investment, and it's really time to kind of look and figure out not only the fees and the risk which are really big aspects, But how is this actually diversified and a lot of people kind of look at us like? Well, what exactly do you mean by that? I mean, it's in the market, right? So it's It's Ding, whatever sort of return and doing what it's doing. But how exactly is it allocated and most people really don't know. And so we have to have a really frank conversation about that and better understand how allocation is a huge important part. Well, and it really is and at the right time and different times in your life to consider that, and actually, we call that a sit down with you, Dan and with Coach and the team a check up on your portfolio. A second opinion. So this is a good time really to schedule that in Dan Murphy has put together the to do list things to do in your fifties to prepare for your sixties. And of course you can have that sit down with Dan and Coach Pete. The team is as easy as calling 88870 to 88 98 888702 88 98 you could also text Vegas to 21,000. It's Vegas 2 to 1000 And then let Dan talk about you and your retirement and coach Peter, of course. He talks so much about the bucket strategy, and this is part of that, and you need to get serious about that emergency buck bucket that liquid cash in your fifties. It's a huge portion of it, David, you know, it kind of gets back. We just kind of looking at a little illustration give people kind of an idea of one of the things that we'll talk about when they come here to the office. We really try to educate how people understand. There's really three key ways that our money is invested in the market or how it's allocated. You essentially have a bucket that is not in the market. You have a bucket that's in the market, but it's past Sieve, and then you have a bucket that's somewhat in the market, and it's more of a tactical approach and really making sure that we understand the difference between these again. Coach really describes this very easily as the Corn Explorer strategy. And so the core aspect would be the money that's not actually invested in the market. It's in a very safe spot. We have some guarantees not only on income stream that we can pull from that, but more importantly, we have guarantees that there is safety there. There is no lost potential. So if the market completely falls apart, we know that that money isn't going to just, you know, go Away or evaporate, which is very important in our sixties seventies, when we're actually retired. We don't have income coming in anymore. The passive side of it, though, is a real important concept that people understand cause that's where a majority of our clients are coming from. They have this money. That's enough for one K and it's ideally in a mutual fund or sitting at one of the big brokers if you will, and we don't really know how it's allocated. And so our conversation is more along the lines of in that type of passive type of an investment, Dave people are typically experiencing 100% of the upswing. As well as the downside of the market..

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"dan hello" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"dan hello" Discussed on KQED Radio

"With it I have struggled with it for a long time I think you know that I didn't I didn't support the president in in the initial election meanwhile there's new attention on police treatment of minorities across the country the fatal shooting of an unarmed Latino man early Wednesday morning by V. a whole California police responding to a report that a drug store was being looted and a video of a Sarasota Florida police officer pressing his knee into the neck of a handcuffed black man being arrested in may on domestic violence charges that incident is now under investigation in Georgia today video court hearing for two men charged in the February killing of Amman armory a state investigator testified one of the accused men used a racial slur after the shooting took place before police arrival well Mister Albright was on the ground that he heard Travis Michael make a statement tonight demonstrators are gathering across the country for another round of protests and mayors of cities like Los Angeles San Francisco and Washington DC have lifted night time curfews hoping last night's com holds for the PBS newshour I'm John Yang as John reported yesterday's protest in New York were largely peaceful but did include some skirmishes between protesters and police the news hours Dan bush has been on the ground following the protests and he joins us now from Brooklyn so Dan hello we have been reporting on police actions across the country in some cases there's been there's been there's been violent action taken by police tell us what you're saying in New York City that's right Judy I'm here right now in the bay ridge section of Brooklyn where we.

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"dan hello" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"dan hello" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"There hi Morgan what what is our annex what is that Cyrus was a product from the fifties popular up here over here for you from being a higher we are remembering this product it was a syrup very thick and it had an unusual container bottle it looked like a miniature moonshine jug it wasn't but it had that look to it and you pour a couple of drops into a glass of water you for more than a couple of drops into a pitcher stern eponym ice cold great drink orange drink let me find that was the fifties okay thank you how bad head cold that's a good one your call thank you bye thank you for pointing bye bye do you and hello to Dan hello Dan hello Morgan how about stone cold Steve Austin Niners he is he coming back with a vengeance yeah I'm done you have to get into the ring anymore these big shot now he's a preacher yeah what are you gonna do he's making money that's for when you can't knock anybody from doing yeah let's leave therefore run the show and your market you to them thank you for calling yeah Jimmy hello Jimmy I don't know how are you not that just driving home.

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"dan hello" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"dan hello" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Good morning Dan hello Steve how you doing good good good now you had a day or so to a review and soak in this Baltimore game your thoughts on what happened in Baltimore on on Sunday my thought without twenty four more hours to reflect on it is that Lamar Jackson is probably still wanting for yard again that was awful and to this point of the season the Bengals are giving up an average of a hundred and eighty four or action yards per game they are averaging fifty six and a half rushing yards per game that's a difference of about a hundred and thirty yards they give up on the ground and how much they get on the ground that explains insect it's almost that simple right now we're everybody's pounded the bangles I get that what was the good stuff that you took out of the game on Sunday thanks I think by Brandon Wilson the all around performance not just the opening kickoff return touchdown but he forced a fumble on defense he almost came up with the onside kick at the end of the game it was a one yard difference for what would have been legal and what wasn't so that was a good to see and then up the performance of autumn Kate yet five catches in the game and all five were spectacular I'm not sure that I've ever seen anybody have a ratio of great catches the overall characters like he did so those two performances I would say would be the bright spots like big game on Sunday is this a winnable game against the Jacksonville Jaguars sure it is they're not great they're two and four they're playing rookie quarterback in garbage you and while he has played incredibly well you get the same passer rating lady at this point of the year he came back down to earth last week against the saints the Jack only scored one touchdown in that game the bangles somehow have to stop the run this week Leonard porn at its third the NFL in rushing so that doesn't bode well but if they can hold him to a reasonable number this is a very winnable game right in the old one is revolving again is that were you for Sunday everything about the old line worries me they're not good enough I it's that simple and the bangles to try to fix it they use their last two first round draft picks on offense of linemen they traded for Cordy gland and then picked up a big a three years left on his contract and unfortunately those moves duty injury have not fix the offense of line yet hopefully at some point the moved to tape tried will but as of now that portion of the the rosters really hurting this team Dan hoard the voice of the bangles thanks so much I'll be listening night Luke Fickell show also so I have a great night thanks for joining us thank you coming to the Warner theatre on October eighteenth the most dynamic and distinctive band of survivors and soul music our power delivery fifty years with special guest the Chuck brown band October nineteen Dennis de young of sticks celebrates the fortieth.

"dan hello" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

12:09 min | 3 years ago

"dan hello" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The Rockies Dan is in Virginia on coast to coast Dan hello there my goodness by the way George nori knows me as Dan the blind man of the angels and not call the show since two thousand three and thank you so much for being here too I have a a quicker comment and then a question the comment is make sure if you will and to your trance music the transportation thing there if you will add in thank you and gratitude and then curve around so would become so blue and then you power by the heart beat at UC then this will help people be a little more comfortable about it or do you see what I mean I do that is a brilliant comment I love what you're saying okay now here's the requested did you know that back in the may twenty second two thousand eleven Joplin tornado that when Andi and other artists almost killed and we had so many thousands of our works destroyed that if we wanted to help the people get him off drugs did you know that we talked about your topic with the theme of people about transmuting the sexual energy over into other aspects of our law did you find that that was our topic that we did to hear that yeah I still wouldn't even have to say about that what was his reaction Dave out I was there on re orders they'd let me build sculptures on the out side of there being a traitor you've been the wood broke the rules well very good thank you Dan appreciate that thank you very interesting west of the Rockies Mike is in Reno on coast to coast might yeah a little similar to the last comment to nature I know what this is thousands of years old I know you studied yoga is a similar statements from and potentially but again like the less cooler we have terrible addictions in this country the opiate addiction ambling addiction full detection you know I I wonder if you could baby I know you're busy but if this could help these people I know what you think it's it's simple this technique but to to all the citizens what to try may be a lecture series another book on there's one more comment Mitch if there's anybody who does it need propping up in this capitalist country it's salesman we have a shortage of nurses in this state a shortage of teachers in this state they're both this was sent to prison disrespected underpaid medical personnel these giving professions of the ones that need propping up and I got a common for you is that you might not like I don't give Mike I'm gonna put you on hold because I I want to I want to challenge that thought nobody is making a choice between the two of those so that's a false equivalency and I don't I don't I don't think that's fair to say that we're choosing salesman over nurses or teachers or anything like that in fact I think it's great we have we have all sorts of days that celebrate nurses and teachers what was the last time you saw a national salesman's day or where somebody you know where is the joke wasn't at the salesman's expense so I mean I I think that's really what we're talking about and I think we're talking about the engine of the economy which benefits nurses and teachers and everybody else it's not a matter of having to choose between the two we could do that all day long we could say will firemen are more important than custom audience or we could but why it's a matter that is just a matter of saying you know it's important that that the sales people get recognized for what it a difficult job that is and in this case it was just a matter of sort of feeling like we can help them find some new energy I don't see anything wrong with that but you're welcome to contact me through Twitter and I look for your comment Mike bill is in Washington state on coast to coast for it for Mitch Horowitz go ahead bill yeah Hey yeah Hey Mitch I just want to start out no one thought was a little humorous the whole time you were drawing the analogy working on your good you know are are putting your energy into your car your such right into your guitar work for some reason and I kept thinking in my case I kept the name of the song by George Harrison while my guitar gently weeps yes I can understand why do you know why let's learn about I'd like to think I could ever be that good so I'd like to think of it but anyway go ahead my questions as okay given current events all right I'm thinking of like the Nexium colds or whatever where Allison Mack got caught up in that and then there's this violence being done by themselves and then of course you've all heard you know about Jeffrey dean what happened there I am skeptical little bit skeptical others see if this is really a responsible thing I know I know what you're saying is to in a way to prevent that sort of exploitation to prevent that sort of violence same time I mean I I already I worry about I mean you know how do you know the one use this this this one that's interesting thought that the people who have been negative sexual energy already if they re directed that through sex transmutation then that negative sexual energy from the you know whether it's the Nexium guy or or you know Jeffrey obscene or other people like that what could what evil genius could they possibly be working on if they weren't ready to transmuted that that's a good one it's a very interesting thought you know these these are great questions and you know just a quick shout out to the previous caller I do believe this material can be used to address opioid addiction other addictions to cultivate stronger personality traits and this caller raises a very good question ethics is at the center of everything I do in terms of magic in my work with the esoteric I believe very strongly in the wholeness of human life with you call it karma or reciprocity and the truth is we face ethical decisions at every crossroads of life whether it's something ordinary and material or whether it's something that deals with more esoteric or psychical matters like what we're talking about here and listen people do need to find a sense of personal agency in their life they find they need to find a way to get places to accomplish the things that they wish to do that can go in a negative direction when people are unethical when they step over other people or when they get involved in some sort of a cult but what I'm trying to prescribe it is a mess that a tool that everybody can use in private they want to join anything they have to put a label on themselves but they do have to be aware that life reverberates and what we put out there comes back to us these things exist they've always been with humanity they've always been tools in our cosmic tool chest so to speak and we face ethical decisions all the time an article that very strongly and I read quite a bit about that in the book actually because it's usually important the energy being used in a responsible way just as it's important that any physical energy of the used in a responsible way Thomas is in la Hoya UNC coast to coast for Mitch Horowitz go ahead Thomas thank you do you can for taking my call match you will love your book miracle club and a contemporary of Napoleon hill was Nevil Goddard sure and you do audio readings of his books and he talks about what he calls quote the creator of active on quote yes and noble Goddard appears to a plea imply that every story in the Bible testament and new testament is about the implementation of the quote the creator of the act on world and is the same as your on sept of energy transportation with Napoleon hill it's a wonderful question I believe the two are related Nevel a talk that the human imagination is the great creator that everything that happens to us everything that we experience is our own emotional as thoughts and mental pictures pushed out into the world and we imagine something with the real ideal of actualizing it of making a real devil compare that to the sexual act he said it was a mental sexual act not a physical sexual act a mental sexual act where we impregnate the psyche where the sub conscious with an idea and over time there will be a period of just station just as there is for any life and that mental idea with which we have impregnated the sub conscious or the psyche will eventually come to jazz station and come to pass in the world so noble very much use the same concept I think that's a very perceptive observation that's a very interesting comment as well about creativity Joe is in the Bronx on coast to coast for Mitch Horowitz go ahead Joe how are you good New Yorker alright Mitch yeah find a great musical Miller this is mostly a blur play some keyboards as well wondering nail taking the idea of sex transmutation and so redirecting sexual energy with music I I know there is a link between music and sex and but substituting say sexual expression for music or infusing music with that sexual expression help is that a viable outlet for you know indulging in music rather than sex all I think is a definitely a viable outlet but remember you don't have to substitute one for the other you're not forced to choose it's just a question of at certain moments if you're writing a song song or or whatever it may be you're engaged in your rehearsing you can make a conscious decision to shift the sexual desire that you feel in the direction of the creative actor performing and you can put tremendous natural forces behind that that doesn't mean that you're choosing one for the other the act of satisfying the sexual urge could occur some other time but there are also times we are dedicated to the creative task well put thank you Bernie is in fort Myers on coast to coast for Mitch Horowitz Bernie good evening and thank you for taking my call you were talking about at six you talked about sales and now you talked about a six crossroads everything I've heard about Essex was shot you know you talk about ethics and and doing this and and doing the wrong you know it's the right thing the difference between ethics and morals however that's where you want to look at morality as well the difference between the two is this ethics is knowing that war you have on your mind is wrong but you do it morals is knowing it's wrong and not doing it so when you reach a crossroads I think that's where you're going is between ethics and morality if I'm not mistaken definition I view ethics as as morality taken to the road taken to the streets when I say ethics I'm not eliminating or obfuscating morality I mean ethics is a cold that the.

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"dan hello" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

12:09 min | 3 years ago

"dan hello" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"The Rockies Dan is in Virginia on coast to coast Dan hello there my goodness by the way George nori knows me as Dan the blind man of the angels and not call the show since two thousand three and thank you so much for being here too I have a a quicker comment and then a question the comment is Mitch if you will add to your trance music the transportation thing there if you will add in thank you and gratitude and then curved around so would become so blue and then you power by the heart beat at UC then this will help people be a little more comfortable about it or do you see what I mean I do that is a brilliant comment I love what you're saying okay now here's the requested did you know that back in the may twenty second two thousand eleven Joplin tornado that when Andi and other artists almost killed and we had so many thousands of our works destroyed that they we wanted to help the people get him off drugs did you know that we talked about your topic with the theme of people about transmuting the sexual energy over into other aspects of our lives did you find that that was our topic that we do not want to hear the yeah I still wouldn't even have to say about that what was his reaction I was there on re order state let me build sculptures on the out side of the P. may trader even the wood broke the rules well very good thank you Dan appreciate that thank you very interesting west of the Rockies Mike is in Reno on coast to coast might yeah a little similar to the last comment to nature I know what pieces of thousands of years old I know you study yoga as a similar statements human potentially but again like the less cooler we have terrible addictions in this country the opiate addiction gambling addiction food addiction you know I I wonder if you could baby I know you're busy but if this could help these people I know what you think it's it's simple this technique but to cure or alleviate this is what to try may be a lecture series another book on this one more comment Mitch if there is anybody who does it need propping up in this capitalist country it's salesman we have a shortage of nurses in this state a shortage of teachers in this state they're both this was the teachers at disrespected underpaid medical personnel these given professions of the ones that need up propping up and I got a common for you in that you might not like I don't get Mike I'm gonna put you on hold because I I want to I want to challenge that thought nobody is making a choice between the two of those so that's a false it Evelyn C. and I don't I don't I don't think that's fair to say that we're choosing salesman over nurses or teachers or anything like that in fact I think it's great we have we have all sorts of days that celebrate nurses and teachers what was the last time you saw a national salesman's day or where somebody you know where is the joke wasn't at the salesman's expense so I mean I I think that's really what we're talking about and I think we're talking about the engine of the economy which benefits nurses and teachers and everybody else it's not a matter of having to choose between the two we could do that all day long we could say we're firemen are more important than custom audience or we could but why it's a matter that is just a matter of saying you know it's important that that the sales people get recognized for what it a difficult job that is and in this case it was just a matter of sort of feeling like we can help them find some new energy I don't see anything wrong with that but you're welcome to contact me through Twitter and I look for your comment Mike bill is in Washington state on coast to coast for it for mature which go ahead bill yeah Hey Mitch I want to start out one thought was a little humorous the whole time you were drawing the analogy working on your good you know are are putting your energy into your car your sexual right into your guitar work for some reason and I kept thinking in my case I kept the name of the song by George Harrison while my guitar gently weeps yes I can understand why let's learn if I'd I'd like to think I could ever be that good so I'd like to think of it but anyway go ahead my questions as okay given current events all right I'm thinking of like the Nexium colds or whatever where Allison Mack got caught up in that and then there's this violence being done by themselves and then of course we all heard you know about Jeffrey dean what happened there I am skeptical little bit skeptical others see if this is really a responsible thing now I know what you're saying is to in a way to prevent that sort of exploitation to prevent that sort of violence same time I mean I I already I worry about dieting I mean you know how do you know the one use this this this one that's interesting thought that the people who have negative sexual energy already if they re directed that through sex transmutation then that negative sexual energy from the you know whether it's the Nexium guy or or you know Jeffrey obscene or other people like that what could what evil genius could they possibly be working on if they were to transmute eight that that's a good one that's a very interesting thought yeah these these are great questions and you know just a quick shout out to the previous caller I do believe this material can be used to address opioid addiction other addictions to cultivate stronger personality traits and this caller raises a very good question ethics is at the center of everything I do in terms of magic in my work with the esoteric I believe very strongly in the wholeness of human life with you call it karma or reciprocity and the truth is we face ethical decisions every crossroads of life whether it's something ordinary and material or whether it's something that deals with more esoteric or psychical matters like what we're talking about here and listen people do need to find a sense of personal agency in their life they find they need to find a way to get places to accomplish the things that they wish to do that can go in a negative direction when people are unethical when they step over other people or when they get involved in some sort of a cult but what I'm trying to prescribe is a method a tool that everybody can use in private they want to join anything they have to put a label on themselves but they do have to be aware of that life reverberates and what we put out there comes back to us these things exist they've always been with humanity they've always been tools in our cosmic tool chest so to speak and we face ethical decisions all the time an article that very strongly and I read quite a bit about that in the book actually because it's hugely important the energy be used in a responsible way just as it's important that any physical energy be used in a responsible way Thomas is in la Hoya on coast to coast for Mitch Horowitz go ahead Thomas thank you deacon for taking my call match I loved your book miracle club the end a contemporary of Napoleon hill was noble Goddard sure you do audio readings of his books and he talks about what he calls quote the creator of act one quote yes and noble Goddard appears to a plea imply that every story in the Bible Old Testament and New Testament is about the implementation of the quote the creative act on quote and is same as your on sept of energy transportation with Napoleon hill it's a wonderful question and I believe the two are related Nevel a talk that the human imagination is the great creator that everything that happens to us everything that we experience is our own emotion lies thoughts and mental pictures pushed out into the world and we imagine something with the real ideal of actualizing it of making it real never compare that to the sexual act he said it was a mental sexual act not a physical sexual act a mental sexual act where we impregnate the psyche where the sub conscious with an idea and over time there will be a period of just station just as there is for any life and that mental idea with which we have impregnated the sub conscious or the psyche will eventually come to jazz station and come to pass in the world so novel very much use the same concept I think that's a very perceptive observation that's a very interesting comment as well about creativity Joe is in the Bronx on coast to coast for Mitch Horowitz go ahead Joe good New Yorker alright Mitch yeah find a great musical Miller this is mostly black place and keyboards as well wondering nail taking of the idea of sex transmutation and such redirecting sexual energy with music I I know it is a link between music and sex but substituting say sexual expression for music or infusing music with that sexual expression help is that a viable outlet for you know indulging in music rather than sex all I think is a definitely a viable outlet but remember you don't have to substitute one for the other you're not forced to choose it's just a question of at certain moments if you're writing a song a song or or whatever it may be you're engaged in your rehearsing you can make a conscious decision to shift the sexual desire that you feel in the direction of the creative actor performing and you can put tremendous natural forces behind that that doesn't mean that you're choosing one for the other the act of satisfying the sexual urge could occur some other time but there are also times where you dedicated to the creative task so I will put thank you Bernie is in fort Myers on coast to coast for Mitch Horowitz Bernie good evening and thank you for taking my call you were talking about a six you talked about sales and now you talked about a six crossroads everything I've heard about Essex was shot you know you talk about ethics and and doing this and and doing the wrong you know it's the right thing the difference between ethics and morals however that's where you want to look at morality as well the difference between the two is this ethics is knowing that what you have on your mind is wrong but you do it morals is knowing it's wrong and not doing it so when you reach a crossroads I think that's where you're going is between ethics and morality if I'm not mistaken Xing definition her I. view ethics as as morality taken to the road taken to the streets when I say ethics I'm not eliminating or obfuscating morality I mean ethics is a cold that the.

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"dan hello" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:22 min | 3 years ago

"dan hello" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The Rockies Dan is in Virginia on coast to coast Dan hello there my goodness by the way George nori knows me as Dan the blind man of the angels and not call the show since two thousand three and thank you so much for being here too I have a a quicker comment and then a question the comedy is Mitch if you will add to your trance music the transportation thing there if you will add in thank you and gratitude and then curve around switch becomes old Lou and did you how or by the heart beat at UC then this will help people be a little more comfortable about it or do you see what I mean I do that is a brilliant comment I love what you're saying okay now here's who requested did you know that back in the may twenty second two thousand eleven Joplin tornado that when Andi and other artists almost killed and we had so many thousands of our works destroyed that that we wanted to help the people get him off drugs did you know that we talked about your topic with the theme of people about transmuting the sexual energy over into other aspects of our life did you find it that was our topic that we do not want to hear that yeah I still wouldn't even have to say about that what was his reaction Dave out I was there on re orders they'd let me build sculptures on the out side of the the MetaTrader you've been the what broke the rules very good thank you Dan appreciate that live there thank you very interesting west of the Rockies Mike is in Reno on coast to coast might yeah a little similar to the last comment to nature I know what this is thousands of years old I know you studied yoga is a similar statements from and potentially but again like the less cooler we have terrible addictions in this country the opiate addiction ambling addiction full detection you know I I wonder if you could baby I know you're busy but if this could help these people I know what you think it's it's simple this technique but to Q. only citizens what to try maybe our elections shoes another book on there's one more comment if there's anybody who does it need propping up in this capitalist country salesman we have a shortage of nurses in the state a shortage of teachers in the state they're both this was the creatures that disrespected underpaid medical personnel these giving professions are the ones that need up propping up and I got a comment for you in that you might not like I don't give Mike I'm gonna put you on hold because I I want to I want to challenge that thought nobody is making a choice between the two of those so that's a false equivalency and I don't I don't I don't think that's fair to say that we're choosing salesman over nurses or teachers or anything like that in fact I think it's great we have we have all sorts of days that celebrate nurses and teachers when was the last time you saw a national salesman's day or where somebody you know where is the joke wasn't at the salesman's expense so I mean I I think that's really what we're talking about and I think we're talking about the engine of the economy which benefits nurses and teachers and everybody else it's not a matter of having to choose between the two we could do that all day long we could say we're firemen are more important than custom audience or we could but why it's a matter that is just a matter of saying you know it's important that that the sales people get recognized for what a difficult job that is and in this case it was just a matter of sort of feeling like we can help them find some new energy I don't see anything wrong with that but you're welcome to contact me through Twitter and I look for your comment Mike bill is in Washington state on coast to coast for it more mature which go ahead bill yeah Hey any match I just want to start out with a little humorous the whole time you were drawing the analogy of working on your good you know are putting your energy into your car your such right into your guitar work for sure loser and I kept thank you in my case I kept the name of the song by George Harrison while my guitar gently weeps yes I can understand why do you know why let's learn if I look I'd like to think I could ever be that good so I'd like to think of it but anyway go ahead my question given current events all right I'm thinking of like the Nexium colds or whatever where Allison Mack got caught up in that and then there's this violence being done by themselves and then of course we all heard you know about Geoffrey beene and what happened there I am skeptical little bit skeptical of this this this is really a responsible thing now I know what you're saying is to in a way to prevent that sort of exploitation prevent for the violence same time I mean I I already I worry about I mean you know how do you know the one use this this this one that's interesting thought they the people who have negative sexual energy already if they re directed that through sex transmutation then that negative sexual energy from the you know whether it's the Nexium guy or or you know Jeffrey obscene or other people like that what could what evil genius could they possibly be working on if they were to transmuted that that's a good one that's a very interesting thought yeah these these are great questions and you know just a quick shout out to the previous caller I do believe this material can be used to address opioid addiction other addictions to cultivate stronger personality traits and this caller raises a very good question ethics is at the center of everything I do in terms of magic in my work with the esoteric I believe very strongly in the wholeness of human life with you call it karma or reciprocity and the truth.

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"dan hello" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"dan hello" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And suites break away and Rozario restaurant hi everybody welcome back to a food for thought on a Sunday night I told you this was going to be a good show and so far it has been a good show we still have Dan here from black dark say hello Dan hello and I'm also from Cape Cod we've got the folks in the famous Cape Cod dinner train I have Caitlyn's say hello Kelly hello and Chris sale Chris good morning so very quickly we're sponsored in part by the mass general cancer center and they have an ongoing campaign and it's called every day amazing so every week we ask our guests to give us a quick story something that happened someone they met anything that was amazing in the last week will start with you Kaelin you got something well I was blessed with the opportunity take my mother for her seventieth birthday to Hawaii and we just returned from a two week trip for celebrating her seventieth she's never really left New England two weeks in Hawaii mom and daughter and my kids and husband or the kids to the husband yeah all the big one got to come to India you know what that is amazing Chris what have you got for us all it's a little different but the kids went to a mother's venue with the mom already and what was really amazing as they had a great time and that they were they were back they would deliver back in one piece and pretty well nourished and and look good boy you know you said and did all the right things there Chris because the kids are recording you over your shoulder perfect I have no idea where this video was going to end up I'm just saying Dan what have you got that was amazing or is amazing you know I.

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"dan hello" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"dan hello" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Not have that happen that's gonna be my guess I'm gonna go down with what I do that okay all right fine of five fifty ninety three point one K. Kelly brothers has your money news but first traffic and weather together every ten minutes here's Dan hello I thought I felt a little breeze he said I don't know that was a wise something in the force and by the way and how much warning do you want to know if everything's gonna be nice I also will also be there Ben Affleck is unavailable brother by Caltrans reminding you to be work zone alert downtown this way we'll get a fifteen minutes now ed says one minute let's split to Roseville fourteen minutes out there ain't downtown elk Grove south on I five to sixteen minutes and it's the same if you're on ninety nine cell aging either way twenty six minute ride downtown a fulsome on east bound fifty so it's going right direction and downtown of woodland twenty minutes on north on I five also about a fifteen minute ride down to Davis on the westbound eighty but again very heavy traffic from one thirteen to the cause way on the other side eastbound eighty from Davis and every day Caltrans my family members risked their lives to make our roads safe there someone's loved one please use extra caution when you drive through a work zone please be works on alert traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons data has news ninety three point one K. if we get a clear skies tonight with a low sixty two a mainly sunny sky tomorrow and Sunday with a high near one oh five than a quick cool off with temperatures in the low nineties but the beginning of next week ninety four in Davis seventy two at south Lake.

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"dan hello" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"dan hello" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Let's go to the bunker. He is out of the bunker. Now, Pete in Texas. Hello, pete. This kate. What do you what's going to happen in these games? Word thirty eight thirty five. Thanks. Forty two forty. City. I like it close games. And I think we are going to see close games in higher scoring games. So you might be right. You're going to be watching. I know it. I'm going to be watching you watching Peter think of you. So thanks. We got you. Locked and loaded thirty eight thirty five forty two forty says saints and Kansas City. So let's go to Sharon in the great state of Maine. Hello, sharon. How you doing? Excellent. How are you? Good. I think what do you think? What's your what's your scores? I'm gonna go with the same over the Rams. Thirty four. Twenty seven. I like it. What about the other game? What do you think? Kay's? Are you liking patriots? I live in New England Patriots. What's the score? Twenty seven. Seven twenty four. I like it twenty seven twenty four Sharon enjoy the game stanks. Sharon's always there. She loves the whole nail the score thing. And so like, I said, you know, the number eight five five to six six fifty to eighty three eight five five to six six fifty to eighty three. How about this Dan in cross plains, Texas? Hello, dan. Hello, baby..

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"dan hello" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"dan hello" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Cake. What do you think what's going to happen in these games? Thirty eight thirty five saying. Forty two forty Kansas City. I like it close games. And I think we are going to see close games in higher scoring games. So you might be right. You're going to be watching. I know it. I'm gonna be watching. You're watching Pete. I'll think of you. So thanks. We got you. Locked and loaded thirty eight thirty five forty two forty. He says saints and Kansas City. So let's go to Sharon in the great state of Maine. Hello, sharon. Hi there. How you doing? Excellent. How are you? Good. I think what do you think? What's your what's your scores? I'm gonna go with the same over the Rams. Thirty four. Twenty seven. I like it. What about the other game? What do you think case? Are you liking clean patriots? Live in New England. But not always the patriots fan. So what's the score? Twenty seven. Seven twenty four. I like it twenty seven twenty four Sharon enjoy the games. Thanks sharon's. Always there. She loves the whole nail the score thing. And so like, I said, you know, the number eight five five to six six fifty to eighty three eight five five to six six fifty to eighty three. How about this Dan in cross plains, Texas? Hello, dan. Hello,.

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