17 Burst results for "Dang House"

"dang house" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

01:45 min | 7 months ago

"dang house" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"From how it feels after getting fresh cut to the way it's perfectly styled before going out to things that I do a lot of right now go get a haircut and then go out, right? Yeah. That's why when we get into our twenties and thirties and start noticing the first of hair loss, it definitely feels like panic time because let's face it. No Guy ever ready to go bald thankfully. Now there's keeps the simple and easy way to keep your hair Tom Two out of three guys like us will experience mail some kind of male pattern baldness. By the time they're thirty five. We're older than that. Yes Tom with this is this is getting dire for us. One hundred percent and guess what I I don't know about you do know about you. But I'm not. I'm not there yet. There's time for me and I think the best way to prevent hairless is to do something about it while you still have hair left. Yes. Before you look like Telly Savalas. Yeah which you know. He can pull that up at work, but not everybody can do that. Look used to have to go to the doctor's Office for your hair loss prescription to do that anymore. Thanks to keep Tom you visit a Doctor Online in cyberspace. And then they deliver the medication right to your Dang House in the physical world in the meet space in the meet space the and and they make it really easy. Every three months it comes say goodbye to pharmacy checkout lines in awkward Doctor Visit Guess What keeps offers the generic versions of the only two FDA approved hair loss products out there. So you may have tried them before,.

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"dang house" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

05:33 min | 11 months ago

"dang house" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

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"dang house" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

10:30 min | 11 months ago

"dang house" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Hey about myself and forgot to turn us up so well done AG we're talking about queen flip decision making and weed what are they called we'd we'd flamethrowers I must say tortured sweet torches for all you people out there who only torches how did you not tell me about this until now how three zero three seven one three eighty five eighty five let me get Laura and then I will zip right over to Matt and we're talking about making decisions Laura what do you have for me on we'd throw we'd burner thing he's well I'm a long time owner of one of those I don't think I can live without it but fortune to much of a fifty five names their flamethrowers yeah that's what I was hoping for now let me ask you this question Laura I found twenty five thousand be to use I found a hundred thousand be to use and I found five hundred thousand be to use yeah of course I'm tempted to go for the five hundred thousand case I have to set the whole neighborhood on fire but what do I really need to have a small one good for you you get it up to a propane tank I put my propane propane tank and the kids little wagon and pulled around with me and just burn the crap out of stickers or anything I don't want okay I'm getting one Laura all you have a full report after it comes in I got to figure out which one to get in there but I now of course to get the small now they're the greatest thing I will I appreciate the phone call in a tip let me get to mac we're talking about how people make decisions after a study came out and said people who do a coin flip to make big life decision six months are happier than those who make decisions otherwise Matt how do you make your decisions well I have found I just in my mind I asked five year old man what he thinks I should do and I asked ninety year old maps what he thinks I should do give me an example I'd like to hear one okay five year old man should I get a flame thrower yeah okay nineteen year old mask should I get a flame thrower you know it I know okay so what did you choose and how did it work out and I just kind of you know played out my mind it's just not let me wrong so far now do you have a question for you Matt yeah what happens to a five year old and ninety year old Matt both are on the same side then I I go along with them now what if it's a device situation a degree this is IT okay if it's divided I probably waffle for a bit and then just decide on my own you know I yeah I can barely handle the matter Rick hi yeah yeah Dave asked if you ever consult forty year old not to break the ties that what happens then your I like someone self aware enough to realize that they were a jerk in certain stages of your of their lives I feel I feel like that makes you a better person that you can do that that which is why I don't S. teenage me I yes well why would we asked TA just anything honestly that's right yeah I love that I appreciate the phone call very much Sir thank you thank you Matt three zero three seven one three eighty five eighty five that that's actually good logic you know although if you like that a lot yeah if you're gonna ask your five year old self should I marry this person what would the answer be like boy don't get me wrong yeah five year old self it's a don't marry anybody ever yeah just be pals whether that's it all the little girls are like he has yes he was women and men have a different result asking their five ninety year old selves questions like that my five year old self I don't remember at all I I just was in a meeting I I was not a sentient being enough to say that I can ask now ten year old me I think it would've been relatively pragmatic at that age I I think when I was ten I was probably a lot like my daughter who by the way turns eleven today Happy Birthday to the kill birthday I cannot believe it I'm like every parent I look back I post a bunch of pictures on my personal Facebook page today and I'm looking back at these baby pictures and I thought that was like two days ago you know well well if you think that was two days ago tomorrow she's gonna be thirty I know I don't want to talk about it I I can't even talk about that yet can't do it let me let me grab Tommy we got more of the weed torch you we towards people I I will remain angry at you for not letting me know this was a thing Tom Hey how you doing man I'm good I'm good do you have a weed torch to no I don't need more of a been clean and sober now for about twenty one months we need to know what but well check this out but I just want to give you a little insight on it basically what you're dealing with when you got a butane torch to smoke marijuana is that you're taking your marijuana you're breaking it down a lot like a shocking person wanted the smoke came and so your feet free basing your weed with like axe and shield no libraries in the knowledge like super Tommy Houghton known Tommy Tommy Tommy I'm talking about a blow torch that you used to kill dandelions in your yard well goodness gracious well then I guess there's two kinds well everybody learned something today you are my favorite color of of of the coronavirus era right now because your genuine desire to clarify what people are doing when they do that is is heart warming and I'm not even being sarcastic I love it let me ask you this what made you decide your you clean and sober no booze no drugs no nothing yep yep yep what made you decide to to quit I just I and and again this isn't a judgment situation I'm genuinely curious you know I just I wanted to remain above ground for the sake of my family I'm a combat vet and I did five tours in Iraq and Afghanistan I came back I was getting kind of messed up you know and a lot of drinking and pain pills and smoking pot and stuff and so it got to a point where actually my wife was nice enough though basically leave me and then say okay if you get help in all all all make our marriage work and it did and everything's great and it's never been better and yeah I just figured I suppose a little insight on that I didn't know I was gonna make myself be a little bit jokes or what now you're not the **** of the joke because I really do think it's charming that you just called in to clarify what it is people are doing when they use those propane torches I ask you know what first of all I I want to say a couple things to you first of all I'm gonna say it thanks for your service because you gave a lot more than a lot of people even in the military with five tours that's crazy okay and second of all god congratulations man congratulations that you chose there to clean up rather than walk away for your wife and your family congradulations that you found a woman who knew exactly how to kick you in the **** when you needed it congratulations your your life that's fantastic that is absolutely fantastic I you called you your call just made my day on so many levels thank you so much man nearly per shift and thank you also for paying your taxes because you pay sellers so you know what I would say my pleasure but that's a big fat lie but I do it anyway so there you go it's it's like brushing my teeth paying my taxes I don't enjoy it but I want to do it Hey tell me every phone call man thank you you too honest to god my favorite phone call there right there I had no idea I'm talking about burning and the lights in my yard literally talking about but that's fantastic absolutely fantastic so I I don't know if we've we know when no one is making decisions based on a coin flip Dave know what's calling to tell us that they're happy life because they just put all of their decision making into someone else's hands but that's the phone in your study of all time let me just throw this out here let me take this to a deep place for just one moment though as silly as it sounds to you and me to say I'm gonna flip a coin to make a big life decision think about how many people there are in this country and and you have a look at your generation and the younger generation here they genuinely believe they would be happier if government made more decisions about their lives how is that any different than a coin flip because if you are taking the ability to make your own choices under your own volition based on the information that you gather off the table you may as well be flipping a coin because if you want to trust some bureaucrats in government they don't know you they don't care about you and they don't have any desire to know what your specific needs are they're going to make decisions basically the same way essentially based on a coin flip I thought about that for a long time and that's the thing about the millennial generation that genuinely scares me is that there seems to be such a large percentage of them and maybe it's because we raise them in such a way that they didn't have to make any difficult choices because we patted the room for them so they didn't ever really fail that they're comfortable with the notion of someone else having control and decision making power over huge sections of their life and that unnerves me that that is a very frightening proposition one of the things I hope that comes out of this coronavirus thing is that they start to say wait a minute this isn't comfortable I don't like government telling me not to leave my house and see my friends and do those things I don't know we'll see I don't care maybe play with but we do are generally care what happens to the country and I'm get a wee towards people to burn up Danny lines stoked about this what do you think would happen if I use the weed torch on dog poop Dave when you try and let me know how you know I will you know I will I'd love to be there to see it I don't know what's gonna you know it depends I've not tried all this stuff going to stink up the whole neighborhood probably to burn down my dang houses what I'm gonna do I hope not I'm.

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"dang house" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"dang house" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Beatrice how are you. Hello Dave Ramsey. I'm so excited to talk to you. What's up well I'll give you a quick synopsis My husband and I have done a lot of big dumb stupid mistakes but we did do something smart and that is last January. We started on your program and we have been like gazelles. We've just been going gangbusters. Were on baby. Step six now good for you and But but I'm sixty sixty two. He's fifty eight and now we have a big dilemma and and you're going to be the tiebreaker. 'cause my husband and I have a difference of opinion and we haven't been listening to you long enough enough to know if this is like a well-known thing to do with Dave or whether or not you can give us some new information but So we've got everything paid on off. Except for our primary house and one of our rental properties so we we couldn't decide which was the best payoff Whether it would be the rental or the home but we decided that the home was the best thing to pay off and we we have Just over a million dollars in Our retirement accounts. And because I'm over fifty nine and a half. My idea is to take money out of those accounts and just get the the Dang House paid off and have a better lifestyle because our our payments really super extensive. We we made a lot of dum. How much do you owe on the Dang House that house We owe two hundred seventy five over a million dollars in your 401k. As as a retirement counts right. How many rentals do you um that are paid for? We have one paid for one that just brakes even. Then it'll be paid off in eight years if we just leave it as is what do you owe on one fifty. Okay are either one of you still working or you both retired well. So that's another glitch. We ran into both of US became unemployed in the last year and we started our own business. And it's been hit or miss but we're sort of getting on our feet and We just we seem to be making God has been so good to us. We we seem to be making it. We we had reserve so it wasn't the end of the world but that's kind of what our dilemma is. Because we don't have a steady income right now. Do we take a big chunk of change change and pay off the house which would make our monthly life easier because our payment is almost forty. Three hundred dollars Or do we just. That's kind of stay the course but you know I'm going to be seventy years old by the time it's paid out awesome. What do you owe on our one fifty on the rental? What is that rental worth? US that rental is worth Probably a little dated I could probably get about about. I could probably met maybe about four hundred shorts worth five fifty I mean what not. No no no not after my mortgage and such so you would sell the thing for four fifty and media workers so you would have three hundred thousand dollars worth of equity there. Something things like that. But I'd have to pay a realtor and understand all of that okay and the other rental that's paid for is worth what that's probably worth about. Three hundred okay onto your I would do and you can do whatever. There's not a a big uh-huh slam dunk on this. Either way okay. Couple of principles to use to help you make the decision and the listeners as well listening in to make the decision okay. Okay I would not tell you to drain your retirement accounts down to low in order. Go to pay off the house principle number one so if you tell me if you told me I know I understand but I'm saying but if you told me I had two hundred fifty thousand dollars in there or three hundred thousand dollars in there and basically we're GONNA end up with very little fifty or sixty thousand bucks after paying off the house. I would say don't do that okay. That's principle number one one. You have enough and you'd have enough leftover. If you paid off the house you'd be fine. Okay you guys are were you have a net worth of over a million dollars and when we finish these transactions transactions you will still have a net worth of over may dollars we will have just moved some of them around okay. The net worth is not changed by lowering one account and paying off debt on the other. So it's it's a zero sum game on net worth so your net worth in excess of a million dollars you will still You just have more of a tied up. I've been real estate and less of it in the accounts if you use the accounts to pay off the real estate now. That's principle number one principle number two is I know from our millionaire study where we studied ten million ten thousand millionaires that That the typical millionaire does have two primary areas that their wealth is in if their net worth is under five million dollars and it is a paid for home and it is in their 401K's in retirement. So your no exception to that soon. Okay right and then and the thing the third thing I always look at is a paid for home going into into retirement. Years is very necessary because if you live to sixty two and you're in decent health statistically mystically speaking you have a very high chance of living into your ninety s average death agent. America's seventy eight for female seventy six for a male but that includes mortality Tallahassee teenage death and so on so you have a real thirty year horizon in front of you that you want your house paid for because you are then controlling the largest item in your budget. The expense item as gone away away and then stabilized okay so the the quality of your retirement is greatly increased by having a paid for house in retirement limit. Because you're going to be there a long time you see what I'm saying. Those are the three things I'm looking at. I love rental real estate as an investment. Ah I love a paid for house more. You will pay a fifteen percent capital gain on the sale of the rental property that has one hundred and fifty thousand dollar our mortgage and that would sell for enough to net you to pay off your residents. You will pay your tax rate which is probably twenty five to thirty percent ordinary income Pulling the money out of their retirement account that's a million dollars. Your taxes are going to be double if you pull it out a million that they'll be if you pull it out of that rental house. I'm showing that Rental House and I'm going to be a hundred percent debt. Free rental have one rental paid for and my home paid for..

"dang house" Discussed on Rusted Culture Podcast

Rusted Culture Podcast

09:22 min | 1 year ago

"dang house" Discussed on Rusted Culture Podcast

"Has this little soapbox just just to give him that extra foot so we could see him but he couldn't take questions from all of us who were there because he was laid a little bit late does it was but I will tell you what I wanted to ask Bernie. I had a question and I was really dying to ask Bernie this and it would have been like this. I would have said Bernie back in nineteen thirty six Franklin Delano Roosevelt gave a speech called the rendezvous with destiny in in that speech Franklin Delano Roosevelt. He railed against the economic royalist of the day in how much we as Americans had to do through his new deal and how much we would benefit as Americans through the new deal basically to preserve our democracy is how Franklin Delano Roosevelt Explained it in that speech and and how much we needed to take it back from those economic royalists and I do have a link you too that speech in my show notes and there's an interesting article in fact what I might do it. Just post the article. POLITICO DOT COM has a very interesting article about that speech and I thought it was just it. It's it sort of got me thinking in. It's something that I've been thinking about up for some time. And this article just nailed it right on the head and within that you'll see a little sound clip for you can listen to the speech and I kind of urge you to to do it because I really think a lot of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and this was a man of means folks. He didn't have to fight for the middle class but he did. It wasn't within his social class to do these things fight for the middle class but he did so again. That's my show notes and I kind of urge you to take a look at that and check it out but the main thing here was that Franklin Delano Roosevelt was branded a socialist by many of the day. which is? What's it's happening to Bernie? which is what's happening to Elizabeth Warren which happens to anybody that says we need a comprehensive medical healthcare plan for all Americans? They're called a socialist for doing but the interesting thing here is that although Franklin Eleanor Roosevelt was branded socialist. He replied the these programs that he was putting forth in. The new deal will preserve our democracy and not destroy. That was the argument that he made. Always the consummate American so Mr Sanders Bernie Hint Hint. I was going to say what do you say to your detractors. That call you a socialist in my point here is that we have no candidate folks out there like I said whether you look at Elizabeth Sanders. Pardon me Elizabeth sworn whether you look at Elizabeth Warren Bernie Sanders any of them. Any of them out there. We have no candidate running for office today. That is a socialist socialist. Solit- start pushing these people calling worn `socialist or calling Bernie a socialist back into the holes that they came from. And here's the reason folks. Here's the reason. Socialism in the true sense of the word means that the government controls the means of production distribution and exchange of the economy. That's not what anyone running for president today once Republican obviously or Democrat Not Warren Not Sanders Not Biden Not Buddha judge. None of them now. In contrast what they do want as a unanimous a theme is a government that works for everybody not just the rich. But when when you're as desperate as some Republicans are you just call him socialist. You just call Socialist Brandon. We talked about that that in a few podcast just brand name Socialis in move on. That's what you do in our economy of today folks. I'm probably not telling you anything you don't already know when I say that the middle class is stagnating and even going backward while the rich just get richer. Her helped in part by the government that subsidizes them with tax cut in allows companies like Amazon. which by the way I love but it still allows companies companies like Amazon not to pay any taxes? You can't run a government with a company like Amazon. One of the biggest companies in our economy not paying any taxes. Does that make sense. Mr Trump do you see anything nothing wrong with that and folks. What's what's new is old in that the same fight? The Franklin Delano Roosevelt had to make for the middle class back in nineteen thirty six and the poor back. Nineteen thirty six is the same fight we desperately. They need to have two day our beloved democracy in the economy that powers. It is in desperate need of being rebalanced announced nobody ever said the economy was a set it in forget it economy to maintain the democracy and to have a government government that works for everyone and not just the rich. You occasionally have to rebalance or tune that economy up. Capitalism is not imperfect and doing things like promoting and offering healthcare as an option for people. Full would free millions. In the middle class and poor from staggering healthcare cost would free them from that staggering bring burden of healthcare in the dread that they have about going to the doctor in not being able to pay it would free them from that and how better to power economy by liberating the middle class class and the poor from the burden of healthcare if they wanted an in how about this. How about making the rich pay their fair fair share in taxes and making companies like Amazon? Pay Their Fair share in taxes before you decide not to provide health care or before you decide to cut ED programs for the poor what. I'm suggesting to the rich here. What I'm suggesting to the rich that basically run this country is how about you? Get George Dang house in order before going off the rails in in trying to squeeze the poor when you and the rest of the economic elite and corporately start paying their fair share of taxes Mr President and then we'll talk about cutting programs for the poor but not till. Then you get your house in order and you start paying Dan. Your Fair share Mr President and then we'll talk about cutting programs for the poor. You can't have a government that works for the rich in simultaneously cuts off the poor folks. It doesn't work like that turned the tables on them folks and when they get their act together when Amazon starts paying their fair share went Donald J trump starts paying his fair share. We'll talk we'll we'll we'll cut programs for the poor but till then don't come knockin in. Don't call a socialist. You got it. That's the way it works. You turned the tables on them. They Clean House first. Then we'll talk. Well folks I I want to thank you for listening. That's all I have for you at the moment and I do want to thank you for joining in and listening to me frank ever sold on the Russian in culture podcast and I promise just like that stain your bowl. I'll be back again till then folks. Here's a little remix. Six of I dream genie just to close it out till then the..

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"dang house" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"dang house" Discussed on KGO 810

"Oh, wait a minute. We have Nancy Pelosi in there. Nancy Pelosi calling for the head of the G hit me as attorney general of the United States of America was not telling the truth to the congress of the United States. That's a crime. I can't tell a big deal or not it seems it would have been years ago. A very big deal. The speaker of the dang house of representatives just said the attorney general committed a crime by buying the congress. Right. I'm not sure it still means anything because people say stuff all the time. And then don't follow through it. Sure. Nancy, Pelosi's absolutely smart enough to read the room read, the country, politically the moment in time, we're in well, then I can and need to say things like this, right? Yeah. To make sure I don't lose my left flank old half with maisy Hirono began her her chunk of hearing by calling bar liar. Fiend ya and it doesn't even like really get that much attention. I mean, if God a Senator just sent me turning general needs to resign. No. That's not the way it is. Now. Right. Well, the wall to wall on. CNN about it. But nobody watches CNN is the thing but away there was a clip in there about phones and the phones for some reason I've been putting off the update on my phone for years now and sometime in the middle of the night, apple said, all right. We're not gonna let me get away with it anymore. We've updated your entire operating system. There you go. So I've got the whole new operating system. And I can't do anything on my phone, and it just. Nothing is ever. I'm a lot. I don't like a lot of technology. I don't I like less rather than more. But don't quit. I got a mess with everything. It's like when you memorize your remote control. You don't even need to look, right? How to turn up the channels the might do everything out? And that's when you feel like you're next morning. You remote control the buttons are in a different place. Why because we think this is better right now, I liked it before I was perfectly happy I had zero complaints about my phone, my remote control before. Now, we put the gear for your car is now up on the stem instead down here. I wouldn't I liked it where no we've moved. It was better. Trust us. I think part of the reason why they leave it alone. It's so jarring when it actually does update for us because you put it off for so long. Generally, these things they'll they'll kind of drip out the changes, slowly over a dozen updates. You put it off for so long. So you get all these changes from the past two years hitting you just at one thousand things I can't figure out how to do. I can't even hardly do anything. And none of my apps worked for crap now. Well, I got an old phone, and that's part of the whole old foam thing your apps. It's not your phone, by the way. I heard you say that old bold and brassy it's their phone. They just let you use it for awhile a two thousand bucks for it. Exactly think it'd be my phone. Well, the shells. Here's all the stuff in it, which an opt out on changing the buttons around stuff year Luddite. I am. So you get this this this gal caster Semenya, it's unfortunate that the first two thirds of her name is semen. She's a South African rot that help. We'll it's her name is semen, y'all. I just can't help. But notice I envied imprint so didn't Bill. Yeah. She's a South African woman. She is a amazing tracks star. She is also by anybody's estimation. Very very manly. Looking and has an off the charts level of? Male hormones in her body, and she whips up on all the other gal's, and they're trying to figure out what to do with her and people like her major international sports body has ruled on the question we will get to the ruling in the response to it in a few moments. She's featured in the New York.

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"dang house" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"dang house" Discussed on KGO 810

"I had the well. Anyway, this Schatz family name is is cloaked in glory through the years. There are schatz's going back. Hundreds of years left left a legacy behind them. The Schatz legacy Larry legacy high them. And the other thing is how could any American be against the attorney general making sure there was no unauthorized surveillance. His he think it's a settled question welfare is the attorney general such an intellectual. He doesn't follow cable news modern media that he just completely unaware. How people are going to go berserk over the word spying? It's possible. I suppose I don't know this is just such a mountain being made out of a mole hill. So you mentioned earlier that people are blasting on the text line for being a number of texts today saying we're part of the the Trump cover up. We're in the pocket at Trump were just taking orders from Trump. And then we. Several today. Also, which is just so rich we've got several that were part of the people that are trying to drive Trump out of office. Spreading Paul store. Wow. These are times that house speaker Nancy Pelosi didn't mince any words, she's slamming. The attorney general's comments about the F B I spying on the Trump campaign how they're in theory dismaying and disappointing please that the chief law enforcement officer of our country is going off the rails. Tell you what if there were witch-hunts going on Chiba run for life. Again, Trump moved the the bar was moving over the years as to what was acceptable conversation Politika William bar or the line. You would not process and Trump accelerated that there's no doubt about it. But the speaker of the house basic the speaker of the dang house, not some low wrong. Congressperson. The speaker of the house saying you can't trust the attorney general that the attorney general's Aligarh. Yeah. What have been a big deal years ago announced just something we do just roll my eyes at it? Yeah. Yeah. Warning about sitting turns out sitting too much could make the time spent exercising less effective as working out improves metabolism. So that fat is burn more efficiently. But by sitting you are cutting into its effectiveness, the findings published in scientific journals show that sitting for too long can overpower those positive ways was buying all these studies. They anti chair lobby. Shoe lobby. For too long can overpower those positive ways of body reacts to exercise why I felt pretty foolish at first. But we bought Similars power recliners. You know, like, the the couch, you press a button, and it reclines for you don't have to use your muscles like a sucker. Do I love that thing? So much electric. Yeah. I've never seen. Howard. You have to recharge. Fantastic. So you don't have to pull that lever. Yeah. Pretty well. The levers onsite. To use your legs with push down. Yeah. I'm just trying to relax here. I don't sit in a chair. I don't think five minutes a day other than mealtime dinnertime. We sit in a chair other than I never sit at home at all crazy. How what can't even picture your life? What's that? Like hiring a riding mower. No not did. I should get one. At your news. I'm marshall. Phillips, starting Getty show, the conscience of the nation for you watch zero TV for fun these days. Correct, correct. Yeah. Okay. I take in a lot of news in book TV. But I do that one standing doing dishes and cleaning and stuff like that. There's no sitting in my world watching clean. Anyway, what do you do with all your free time? That's a learning. So I was talking about the flat tax yesterday as really pitching it hard. And flirt listener Ray came across this flat tax pros and cons. One of the cons is. Would eliminate multiple layers of government bureaucracy? That's a time jazz. Wow. That view. How weird is the world. More to come on that so woman suing from million dollars t shirt candidates baseball game, she says broker finger. And if you get broken you deserve a million dollars. In the modern world while she gets at what would've chick peas get stay tuned to the Armstrong. I'm trying. Of the nation. Strong and Getty on cagey Joe eight ten good morning, five forty four K G O and good morning clock retu-. From the Chilton auto body traffic.

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"dang house" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"dang house" Discussed on KGO 810

"I had the well. Anyway, this chance family name is is cloaked in glory through the years. There are schatz's going back. Hundreds of years left left a legacy behind them. The Schatz legacy Larry legacy high in them. And the other thing is could any American be against the attorney general making sure there's no unauthorized surveillance is he's it's a settled question welfare is the attorney general such an intellectual. He doesn't follow cable news modern media that he'd just completely unaware. How people are going to go berserk over the word spying? It's possible. I suppose I don't know this is just such a mountain being made out of a mole hill. So you mentioned earlier that people are blasting on the text line for being. Got a number of texts today saying we're part of the the Trump cover up. We're in the pocket of Trump. We're just taking orders from Trump. And then we several today. Also, which is just so rich we've got several that were part of the people that are trying to drive Trump how to office spreading false story. Wow. These are times speaker Nancy Pelosi didn't mince any words, she's slamming. The attorney general's comments about the FBI spying on the Trump campaign how they're very dismaying and disappointing please that the chief law enforcement officer of our country is going off the rails. Tell you what if there were witch-hunts going on Chiba run for life. Again, Trump moved the the bar was moving over the years as to what was acceptable conversation politics, William bar or the line. You would not cross. And Trump excel rated that there's no doubt about it. But the speaker of the house basic the speaker of the dang house, not some low wrong. Congressperson speaker of the house saying you can't trust the attorney general that the attorney general's Aligarh. Yeah. I would have been a big deal years ago announced just just something we do just roll my eyes at it. Yeah. Yeah. Warning about sitting turns out sitting too much could make the time spent exercising less effective as working out improves metabolism. So that fat is burned more efficiently. But by sitting you are cutting into its effectiveness, the findings published in scientific journals show that sitting for too long can overpower those positive ways. All these studies. They anti chair lobby. Shoe lobby. Fitting for too long can overpower those positive ways of body reacts to exercise why I felt pretty foolish at first. But we bought similar power recliners. You know, like, the the you couch, you press a button, and it reclines for you don't have to use your muscles like a sucker. The man do I love that thing. Eleven so much is it electric. Yeah. Our recharge now and again. Fantastic. So you don't have to pull that lever. Yeah. Pretty well. The levers onsite. Use your legs with push down. Effort. I'm just trying to relax here. Yeah. I don't sit in a chair. I don't think five minutes a day other than mealtime dinnertime. We sit in a chair other than I never sit at home at all crazy. How what I can't even picture your life. What's that like hiring? Never riding mower. No. I should get one. At your news. I'm Marshall Phillips Armstrong and Getty show. The conscience of the nation. Will you watch zero TV for fun these days? Correct. Correct. Yeah. Okay. I take in a lot of news in book TV, but I do that one standing doing dishes and cleaning and stuff like that. There's no sitting in my world clean. Yeah. Anyway, what do you do with all your free time? That's a learning..

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"dang house" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"dang house" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"I had the well. Anyway, the chance family name is is cloaked in glory through the years. There are schatz's going back. Hundreds of years left left a legacy behind them. The Schatz legacy hilarious legacy. High them is. And the other thing is how could any American be against the attorney general making sure there was no unauthorized surveillance is he thinks it's a settled question welfare is the attorney general such an intellectual. He doesn't follow cable news modern media that he just completely unaware. How people are going to go berserk over the word spying? It's possible. I suppose, I don't know. This is just such a mountain being made out of a molehill. So you mentioned earlier that people are blasting on the text line for being. Well, we got a number of texts today saying we're part of the the Trump cover up. I know we're in the pocket at Trump where we're just taking orders from Trump. And then we. Several today. Also, which is just so rich we've got several that were part of the people that are trying to drive Trump out of office by spreading Paul store. Wow. These are times. Uh speaker Nancy Pelosi didn't mince any words, she's slamming. The attorney general's comments about the FBI spying on the Trump campaign. How very very dismaying and disappointing. So please that the teeth law enforcement officer of our country is going off the rails. Tell you what if there were witch-hunts gone on Chiba run for life. Again, Trump move the the bar was moving over the years as to what was acceptable conversation politics, William bar or the line. You would not cross and Trump accelerated that there's no doubt about it. But the speaker of the house basic, the speaker of the dang house, not some low rung congressperson bright, the speaker of the house saying you can't trust the attorney general that the attorney general's Aligarh. Yeah. Would have been a big deal years ago. Yep. Announced just just to just roll my eyes at it. Yeah. Yeah. New warning about sitting turns out sitting too much could make the time spent exercising less effective as working out improves metabolism. So that fat is burned more efficiently. But by sitting York eating into its effectiveness, the findings published in scientific journals show that sitting for too long can overpower those positive ways who's buying all these studies. They anti chair lobby. Shoe lobby. For too long can overpower those positive ways of body reacts to exercise. Well, I felt pretty foolish it first. But we bought similar power recliners. You know, like, the the key you couch, you press a button, and it reclines for you. Right. You don't have to use your muscles. Like, a suck. Man. Do I love that thing? So much is it electric. Yeah. I've never seen Howard. You have to recharge now. And again, it's fantastic. Just so you don't have to pull that lever. Yeah. Pretty the levers onsite. Use your legs with that. You push it down. Your effort. I'm just trying to relax here. Yeah. I don't sit in a chair. I don't think five minutes a day other than mealtime dinnertime. We sit in a chair other than I never sit at home at all. It's crazy. How what I can't even picture your life. What's that like tiring? Whatever riding mower. No not. I wish I did. I should get one. At your news. I'm Marshall Phillips the Armstrong and Getty show, the conscience of the nation. Will you watch an zero TV for fun these days? Correct. Correct. Yeah. Okay. I take in a lot of news and book TV, but I do that one standing like doing dishes and cleaning and stuff like that. There's no sitting in my world watching clean. Yeah. Anyway, what do you do with all your free time to learn?.

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"dang house" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"dang house" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Percent over thirty years. You got one hundred. Yeah. About thirty four thousand bucks a year. Okay. So at twenty nine hundred dollars a month with that allowed me to do is to go to the the non quality. Program with this letter the rates, maybe three eight a half a point higher. But with the debt to income ratio at forty nine point nine nine his ratios at forty four percent. So we would not have qualified with a regular mortgage. I'm able to qualify for this mortgage. We're getting out of an adjustable loan that was interest only. So it's not only at five percent now going to probably five and a half exchange, but as loans amortized for twenty years because gonna tenure. Right. So by doing a new thirty year fixed rate. Interest rates a tad bit higher. I think we're at five and a quarter but amortized for thirty years. He's saving, or at least reducing is required payment over a thousand dollars a month. Wow. Steve Allen are alone financial planner. That's what really alone financial planning is. And when I when I read through all this stuff, and I see all of the options. And as you know, I've spent many many years doing these sorts of calculations for individuals, and then referring them over to you to make sure you could implement which you've done a stellar job with. But this does get complicated and the average dude on the street or do debt doesn't know about this. And I would highly recommend if you are a financial advisor to team up with someone like a Steve Allen because when they do loan, financial planning. Also, this whole idea of looking at their entire credit debt situation and making adjustments paying this off changing this interest rate, increasing your credit score. All of that stuff is the kind of stuff you do. Absolutely. And and again, the other thing is and we'll bring. Reverse mortgages back in as a financial planner. If you've got somebody that's got a really good portfolio of self directed accounts, and we can use the equity in the home tax free. And allow the counts that they have that they've set aside that there are eventually gonna pause to retire. At least that's what the initial plan is we may be able to create and build way more equity with those accounts by not having to start tapping into them at this particular plot. It's a really important point. And a lot of research on my end, the retirement planning side has been done on that one. That comes to mind is the retirement researcher himself, Dr Wade fowl who wrote a book on reverse mortgages, and using that particular strategy, basically using the reverse mortgage to supplement your income as early as age sixty two, but then tweet. Taking the rest of your portfolio making it a tad more aggressive and without getting into the detail. I've talked about it before getting into the nitty gritty of what he had to say. And what he actually did you can go online and purchases book for probably ten bucks. It's no big deal. But and he's updated it since I wrote a few years ago. The fact was that not only did the individual retire with more spendable net after tax income. But when all was said and done when husband was gone when white was gone, the kids ended up would they much higher net after tax district in part because the first thing people think of all my God, a reverse mortgage. I've paid my house off I wanna give the house and the equity of the house to the kids, and if I do a reverse mortgage, I'm going to shortchange them. Yeah. No doubt. And by the way, and I've said this almost every day for the last twenty years. The kids don't want the house by the time you die at ninety two or ninety five or one hundred and then the kids are going to have a house. What are they going to do with the house except fight over it? So doing a reverse mortgage kind of that problem it gives you the money now, you can tweak your portfolio, give them more of your inheritance. And then once you're croak the kids just sell the dang house pay off the reverse mortgage what's ever left? If there's anything left they divvy up because it's cash, and it's a lot easier to divvy up cash than it is interests in a home,.

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"dang house" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"dang house" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"You got one hundred. Yeah. About thirty four thousand bucks a year. Okay. So at twenty nine hundred dollars a month with that allowed me to do is to go to the the non quality program with this letter the rates, maybe. Three eighths to a half a point higher. But with the debt to income ratio at forty nine point nine nine ratio is at forty four percent. So we would not have qualified with a regular mortgage. I'm able to qualify for this mortgage. We're getting out of an adjustable loan that was interest only. So it's not only at five percent now going to probably five and a half the exchange, but as loans amortized for twenty years because you're gonna tell you, right. So by doing a new thirty year fixed rate. Interest rates a tad bit higher. I think we're at five and a quarter but amortized for thirty years. He's saving, or at least reducing is required payment over a thousand dollars a month. Wow. Steve Allen are alone financial planner that that's what really alone financial planning is. And when I when I read through all this stuff, and I see all of the options. And as you know, I've spent many many years doing these sorts of calculations for individuals, and then referring them over to you to make sure you could implement what you've done a stellar job with. But this does get complicated and the average dude on the street or do debt doesn't know about this. And I would highly recommend if you are a financial advisor to team up with someone like Steve Allen short because when they do loan, financial planning. Also, this whole idea of looking at their entire credit debt situation and making adjustments paying this off changing this interest rate, increasing your credit score. All of that stuff is the kind of stuff you do. Absolutely. And and again, the other thing is and we'll bring. Verse mortgage is back in as a financial planner. If you've got somebody that's got a really good portfolio of self directed accounts. And we can use the equity in the home tax free. And allow the counts that they have that they've set aside that there are eventually gonna pause to retire. At least that's what the initial plan is we may be able to create and build away more equity with those accounts by not having to start tapping into them at this particular plot. It's a really important point. And a lot of research on my end, the retirement planning side has been done on that one. That comes to mind is the retirement researcher himself, Dr Wade fowl who wrote a book on reverse mortgages, and using that particular strategy, basically using the reverse mortgage to supplement your income as early as age sixty two, but then tweaking the rest of your portfolio making it a tad more aggressive and without getting into the detail. I've talked about it before but without getting into the nitty gritty of what he had to say. And what he actually did. Did you can go online and purchase book for probably ten bucks? It's no big deal. But and he's updated it since he I wrote a few years ago. The fact was that not only did the individual retire with more spendable net after-tax income, but when all was said and done when husband was gone when white was gone the kids ended up with a much higher net after tax distribution part part. Because the first thing people think of oh my God, a reverse mortgage. I've paid my house off I wanna give the house and the equity of the house to the kids. And if I do or verse mortgage, I'm going to shortchange them. Yeah. No doubt. And by the way, and I've said this almost every day for the last twenty years, the kids don't want the house by the time you die at ninety two or ninety five or one hundred and then the kids already have a house. What are they going to do with the house except fight over it? So doing reverse mortgage kinda solves that problem. It gives you the. The money now, you can tweak your portfolio, give them more of your inheritance. And then once you croak the kids just sell the dang house pay off the reverse mortgage what's ever left? If there's anything left they divvy up because it's cash, and it's a lot easier to divvy up cash than it is interests in a home. I have seen.

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"dang house" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"dang house" Discussed on 710 WOR

"To talk radio. Would come on. And I kinda got it there. There we go. We liked that kind of addiction around here. Thanks for listening, and how long did it take you to get from baby step one to where you were working on baby steps four five six. Well, we started in April two thousand six two. Like two and a half years. Wow. Way to go. Wow. We started paying off the house in January that sheer. And. We're hoping to get paid off in about a month. Wow. Very good. So you're almost house ding dang house. What's the house worth? It is right now at about two fifteen way to go. And what's your household income? It's a little bit over a hundred thousand to go. Very good. So you're about to be a baby step seven person. So what's your question? Oh boy. Okay. Well, we've been toying around with this idea. My husband has TSP. So have you now, you know became? About a year or so so we were wondering if we should focus on maybe moving some of the regular to your money. And just pay the taxes. Yes. Okay. Absolutely. I would because it's going to grow tax free from this point forward, and the tax money that you're paying is the same as investing money. It's like you put that much more money into the the into the IRA is word of mouth story into the TSP at this point. So yeah. And so when you hit baby step seven, what you do you go max out, everything you can that is available to you. Which would be a couple of Roth IRA's. How old are you too? We are thirty nine and thirty eight six thousand dollars in the year two thousand eighteen each that, you can do our sixty five hundred I guess it'll be we'll have to look into say. But anyway, new mounts this year and the year twenty nineteen I'm sorry in two thousand eighteen is fifty five hundred each at your age, but there's new guidelines for nineteen. And so anyway, max those out max out everything you can put in the TSP everything you can put in a Roth and then above that you start other investing. But as far as transferring from the stuff inside the TSP from non Roth Roth thereby making taxable. Yes at baby step seven is exactly where.

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"dang house" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"dang house" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Way to go. Wow. We started paying off the house in January this year. And yeah, we're hoping to get paid off in about a month. Wow. Very good. So you're almost house. Ding, dang house from the house worth. It is right now at about two fifteen way to go. And what's your household income? It's a little bit over a hundred thousand foyer to go. Very good. So you're about to be a baby step seven person. So what's your question? Yes. Oh boy. Okay. Well, we've been toying around with this idea. My husband has TSP. So now, you know became. Different about a year. So we were wondering if we should focus on maybe moving some of the regular to your money. Than just pay the taxes. Yes. Absolutely. I would because it's going to grow tax free from this point forward, and the tax money that you're paying is the same as investing money. It's like you put that much more money into the the into the IRA is word of mouth story into the at this point. So yeah. And so when you hit baby step seven, what you do go, max out, everything you can that is available to you. Which would be a couple of Roth IRA's, how old are you too? We are thirty nine and thirty six thousand dollars in the year two thousand eighteen each that, you can do our sixty five hundred I guess it'll be we'll have to look into say. But anyway, new mounts this year in in the year twenty nineteen I'm sorry in two thousand eighteen is fifty five hundred each at your age, but there's new guidelines for nineteen. And so anyway, max those out max out everything you can put in the TSP everything you can put in the Roth and then above that you start other investing. But as far as transferring from the stuff inside the TSP from non Roth to Roth thereby making a taxable. Yes at baby step seven is exactly where.

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"dang house" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"dang house" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"To talk radio would come on. And I kinda got addicted going we liked that kind of a diction around here. Thanks for listening, and how long did it take you to get from baby step one to where you were working on baby steps four five six. Well, we started in April two thousand fifteen and on like two and a half years. How it go? Wow. We started paying off the house in January that sheer. And yeah, we're hoping to get paid off in about a month. Wow. Very good. So you're almost house ding, dang. House worth. It is right now about to fifteen wait ago. And what's your household income? It's a little bit over a hundred thousand four ago. Very good. So you're about to be a baby step seven person. So what's your question? Oh boy. Okay. Well, we've been twine around with this idea. My husband has TSP. So, you know, you know, became Roth within about a year. So so we were wondering if we should focus on maybe moving some of the regular t money to the loss and just pay the taxes With them. them. He has been okay. Absolutely. I would because it's going to grow tax free from this point forward, and the tax money that you're paying is the same as investing money. It's like you put that much more money into the into the IRA is what amounts to our into the TSP at this point. So yeah. And so when you hit baby step seven, what you max out everything you can that is available to you. Which would be a couple of Roth IRA's, how old are you too? We are thirty nine and thirty six thousand dollars in the year twenty eight teen each that, you can do our sixty five hundred I guess it'll be we'll have to look into say. But anyway, new mouse this year and the year twenty nineteen I'm sorry in two thousand eighteen fifty five hundred h at your age, but there's new guidelines for nineteen. And so anyway, max those out max out everything you can put in the ESP everything you can put in the Roth and then above that you start other investing. But as far as transferring the stuff inside the TSP from non Roth to Roth thereby making it taxable. Yes at baby step seven is exactly where I would do that. That's the best time to convert traditional to Roth, especially as young as you guys are because all the growth from this point forward will be completely tax free yet. God, I love it. You gotta love it for doing the baby steps this hour. You know, what that means next segment here from somebody in baby steps seven somebody who survived at the mouth. Mountaintop, baby. This is the Dave Ramsey show..

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"dang house" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"dang house" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"At three percent over thirty years. You got nine hundred. Yeah. About thirty four thousand bucks a year. Okay. So at twenty nine hundred dollars a month with that allowed me to do is to go to the the non quality program with this lender. The rates maybe three eighths to a half a point higher. But with the debt income ratio at forty nine point nine nine. His I'm ratios at forty four percent. So we would not have qualified with a regular mortgage. I'm able to qualify for this mortgage. We're getting out of an adjustable loan that was interest only. So it's not only at five percent now going to probably five and a half on its exchange, but as loans amortized for twenty years because going to tell you is right. So by doing a new thirty year fixed rate. Interest rates tad bit higher. I think we're at five and a quarter but amortize for thirty years. He's saving, or at least reducing is required payment over a thousand dollars a month. Wow. Steve Alydar alone financial planner. That's what really loan financial planning is. And when I when I read through all this stuff, and I see all of the options. And as you know, I've spent many many years doing these sorts of calculations for individuals, and then referring them over to you to make sure you could implement what you've done a stellar job with. But this does get complicated. And the average dude on the street or do debt doesn't know about this. And I would highly recommend if you are a financial advisor to team up with someone like a Steve Alydar because when they do loan, financial planning. Also, this whole idea of looking at their entire credit debt situation and making adjustments paying this off changing this interest rate, increasing your credit score. All of that stuff is the kind of stuff you do. Absolutely. And and again, the other thing is and we'll bring reverse mortgages back in. As a financial planner. If you've got somebody that's got a really good portfolio of self directed accounts, and we can use the equity in the home tax free at allow the counts that they have that. They've set aside that there are eventually gonna pause to retire. At least that's what the initial plan is we may be able to create and build way more equity with those accounts by not having to start tapping into them at this particular plot. It's a really important point. And a lot of research on my end, the retirement planning side has been done on that one. That comes to mind is the retirement researcher himself, Dr Wade fowl who wrote a book on reverse mortgages, and using that particular strategy, basically using the reverse mortgage, the supplement your income as early as age sixty two, but then tweaking the rest of your portfolio. Making it a tad more aggressive and without getting into the detail. I've talked about it before. But without getting into the nitty gritty of what he had to say. And what he actually did you can go online and purchases book for probably ten bucks. It's no big deal. But and he's updated it since I wrote a few years ago. The fact was that not only did the individual retire with more spendable net after-tax income, but when all was said and done when husband was gone when white was gone the kids ended up with a much higher net after-tax distribution in part because the first thing people think of all my God, a reverse mortgage. I've paid my house off I wanna give the house and the equity of the house to the kids. And if I do a reverse mortgage on going to shortchange that. Yeah, no doubt. And by the way, and I've said this almost every day for the last twenty years the kids don't want the house by the time you die at ninety two or ninety. Five or one hundred and then the kids already have a house. What are they going to do with the house except fight over it? So doing reverse mortgage kinda solves that problem. It gives you the money now, you can tweak your portfolio, give them more of your inheritance. And then once you're croak the kids just sell the dang house pay off the reverse mortgage what's ever left? If there's anything left they divvy up because it's cash, and it's a lot easier to divvy up cash than it is interests in a home, and I have seen homes and families break up over fighting about the lake house, the mountain house, I want it or I helped mom or mom loved me more than dad loved you. I know I seriously, Steve I have seen these kinds of scenarios far more than once..

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"dang house" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"dang house" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Will join us ninety three WIBC. The news media to give you the truth. It's Dana bash. Time for some quick five. Let's kick it. It's time for data's quick five. I remember reading of I've read about this for quite some time. So the house in the goonies house, you guys remember that house? It's a story. The story of city council has because the homeowner is very much like no quit leave. My dang house alone in Oregon, the Astoria city council took a step towards cracking down on motorist who are legally park near the goonies house. They held a first reading of an ordinance it's going to modify the city code enhance the fees. People are going to have to pay violent parking rules in the neighborhood. So it'll be like a hundred dollars. They neighborhood has been a longtime draw for people hoping to glimpse the house is pretty iconic. I mean, there there are signs out there and everything like, they do not want people, you know, take which I can imagine that it would be, you know. Because they they have no trespassing signs up, and they say that sometimes the owner kind of hangs out and just looks for capable to walk up the street. You know? No. But even on Tripadvisor, it's funny. They say no trespassing signs. Everything's off the road is the public street instead. But I mean, they have do not drive or walk up or view or take photos of goonies half private dry. Police will be called turnaround. Wow. Okay. So oh, and then when one person said, yeah, I went up and took up a picture. And then the guy said he the guy told her that he called the police are, okay. It doesn't seem to. That's not cool. I dunno. Then don't buy the damn house. I mean, a house in a movie, would you think was going to happen? People are weird. So I guess tied. Eating is still a thing. I just don't know the metro reports that a man eight a tied pod. And then destroyed seven thousand five hundred dollars worth of hospital equipment. Brandon McVay began yelling loudly while smashing four computer screens during treatment for swallowing tide pods mercy hospital in Louisiana his.

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"dang house" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"dang house" Discussed on 790 KABC

"To the Kirk and, in my opinion I said it could indifference toward the life. And that's criminal this is now reached, the criminal, level criminal trials Criminal negligence that's. What somebody is charged with one of the frustrating things always seems to happen whenever. There's a terror attack whether it's San Bernardino or the family the Fort Hood shooter the Orlando nightclub shooting we. Get tip-offs people do what they're supposed to do they tell the appropriate, authorities in the case of of. The, the pulse nightclub shooter they told the FBI the FBI had this guy. On their radar and they. Didn't do anything with. The information and then when, the shooting happens and people die and everyone's asking questions the answer, is always the same well we don't have the manpower to deal. With each one of these individual everyone's overworked have enough funding we're not paid enough. We don't have the resources? And, the county gives us the same excuse whether it's Gabriel Fernandez or I'm sure in this case that will. Be what they say, we don't have the manpower to deal with all of these. Calls that come in what's your answer to that Because you know it's coming It's flat. Out garbage and it's pathetic. Let me tell you why if they've got one hundred files at at at the FBI has a hundred files when the complaint came in on Omar Mateen Difference there are so many. Massive red flags, have people on talking about this this. Is not so there was one phone call five years ago right, wiz, somebody's got harm was busy I didn't get to the, follow up I get that but this is a high. School student a high school. Student would know that when you've got with recruit oh what is it a report of somebody with a gun something that affects Come on I'm not even know, that's hard walk Uh-huh He's got all these massive red flags and you have to be. Sold Because, this this should be so rushing Guys. I run? A Walker probably worth size what's important what is important Put. Something what's up there topping list right yeah. They, do that at ers every single day they take the gunshot victims I they take the people. How many hours and the guy that, comes in with a stubbed toe he may have to wait eight hours but that's the way the cookie crumbles and people don't die, in the ER on a regular basis because. I heatedly tortured like this take him. Out of? The dang house Yeah you guys you guys Heart I couldn't I. Had, trouble sleeping, last night Press conference today I saw a picture of Anthony the day before he, died in hospital with. Whips purple. On looking pale poor young boy Way Kidding always reports Starve Gunshot, adam Voted got up today, and said he took a fuse for the other kids Today Started hero trying to protect other kids from Writing on the wall Anybody Works for the county still have. Instinct you don't have compassion, art so don't be too nutjob and don't be working for the. FBI then tracking down, tours Don't don't don't don't do it some beach and hang. Out read all day Right up, on I'm I'm fed, up I, go I just. Can't this is. Too much and unless we start you know holding. People accountable criminally I'm going to change Good enough we live this is a hard question to answer because I'm asking you to get in the, mind of a psychopath but what do you think the motivating factor was for them to allegedly torture? And murder this child the paper said that he came out of. The, closet as gay however he the stepfather obviously was not the biological father of the kid and frequently you hear stories about women with kids from other guys that get together. With the new guy and the guy doesn't like the kids that came from the. First Cisco clearinghouse similar this is to. Debut story to. Area it's really sad Yeah no I mean. It, it's the pattern is like you said like one one by the way I think Heather had kids with two or three different men so you're right another man comes into. The picture think about it and then she's involved with the trial right and it's. From another man and I think what. Happens and I Percents.

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