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"dave dell" Discussed on WTOP

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01:43 min | Last month

"dave dell" Discussed on WTOP

"Some chairs for all of us, so we've got this set up for tonight. Liz Anderson WTO news. Traffic and weather on the 8th. Let's go to Dave Dell down in the WTO traffic center. All right, Sarah, all the road closures were set up early this morning and remain firmly in place for the fireworks so long it across the national mall just foot traffic, no vehicular traffic, constitution, independent savages and Arlington memorial bridge is only open to pedestrians at the moment. Inbound on the interstates, 66 will be heavy, all traffic stays on 66, down through foggy bottom on the Potomac freeway, no access to constitution independent avenue or the east street expressway. Whitehurst freeway is open. The key bridge is open, usually that'll stay open until about 5 or ten minutes before the fireworks and then police might elect a whole traffic there. Three 95 inbound slow at the 14th street bridge, but it's open. Exits for lower 14th street Potomac park and the 12th street expressway are closed. Third street tunnel will stay open. All exits on 6 95 are open. D.C. interstate two 95 wide open and without delay, no delays around the beltway in Maryland and Virginia, oxen hill, northbound two ten after Kirby hill road under police direction to get past a rollover crash. At jiffy lube, it's their job to keep you moving. Visit the new location and only Maryland at the intersection of Georgia avenue and route one O 8 and remember, that's a job for jiffy. Dave dildine WTO traffic. Thank you, Dave, and it has been a picture perfect July 4th holiday. Let's go to storm team four's Mike's dinner for the details on the rest of the forecast. Good evening, sir. Yes, it's going to be a really nice evening for fireworks. However, the atmosphere is capped. And so the smoke for the fireworks will not disperse very quickly. So

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"dave dell" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

09:23 min | 3 years ago

"dave dell" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"I I love the way. I love the fake outrage along with fake hate crimes. I think that my favorite aspect of of the modern world. I love it. It's a great. It's a great thing, by the way, jussie smollet and to pay these guys full thousand dollars to beat him up in the most violence in America. He's the only guy who can't get violently attacked. He has he's got pay big bucks to do it. It's it's why we need so many immigrants to come here. I came across the border, basically because I was hoping some big shot Hollywood celebrity would give me. Well, I would I would have beaten jussie smollet up for two hundred bucks tops, this low people I beat up for free. But the fake hate crimes are second only to the fake outrage. And this tweet cold, I think it's Dave Dell. Avera toxic pouncing miscue. Liberty says Mark Stein online. I this is this is in reference to the thing. I'm engined about twenty minutes ago with the Pentagon spending two point three million dollars on crabs and two point three million dollars on lobster tails in September as the financial year draws people think the military budget is being increased so we can drone more people in Syria, or whatever, and it doesn't quite work out lie that they're having to spend it on crat two point three million dollars worth of crabs. So they can drop two point three million dollars worth of crabs on ISIS last redoubt in Syria, and this guy took pounding pouncing Miskel entity. Dave del Favalora says you really again soldiers getting a nice meal in the missile once a month. Shame on you. You're kidding yourself. If you think a single one of those crabs is reaching an American soldier in a combat zone. You seriously deluded? I one of the things that is most imprint America accounts. I think for something like forty percent of the planet's military spending more than all major powers combined more than Russia. China France, the United Kingdom, Germany all of them combined. And you would think full that they could have like a food budget. When when I was in Iraq about crossed the Iraqi Jordan Iraq border in my crummy, little rental car. A I think it was a dachshund or Sunday. It wasn't. It wasn't a great car. But then I didn't tell the guy was I rented it in Jordan and didn't tell the guy I was taking it to Iraq. Because I don't think the insurance covered that. But I was driving through the western desert the first came because the third infantry division, and they would like jolly nice chaps and all the rest of it and very interesting to talk about a month after the fullest, Adam they had these Emory's which called meals ready to eat, and that is a misnomer, those meals whatever they ready for it is to eat. And I am ever-more, you know, the old line and army marches on its stomach. I am amazed that any army can March on 'em. Are they that is that is not food whatever that thing is it's not food and a little later. So they they've been nice chaps Thad infantry division, all the restaurant. And then I went down to the southern sector of Iraq, which the British where running. And I ran into the Argyll and Sutherland highlanders, like Scots, regiment, they walk down the streets of Iraqi towns in kilts scare the life out of the Iraqi men because they've never seen the infidels in skirts before. And they they think oh my God. It's an army of Chelsea Manning's. What the hell is this southern and Highland gallon? Sutherland highlanders, had what the street or calls a mess whole. They had a mess hall with real food. Tell you something real food. Even real army food is better than these Emory's. And I'm not in. I'm not opposed to the Pentagon, suddenly deciding it needs to spend money on food, but it should spend money on food for the soldiers in the field. And so they don't have to eat those rotten Emory's rather than buying crab for parade generals in the Pentagon that is. Is my view. And and if you want to disagree, you're free to disagree and get your word in before the before the show is app today. Hey, let's go to Steven in Tampa, Florida. Steven your live on America's number one radio show. Great w with us. Oh, good afternoon. Can you hear me? Yes. Again, loud waste even. No. Usually when stuff shifts over from just listening, the volume changes. So I didn't know whether you actually heard me I called because I'm afraid that Mr. Limbaugh has been misled as as most of the American public by various news media with regards to well, he was talking about the millennials wanting to leave the earth and go to Mars and so forth and so on because warming, and unfortunately, well, let me set the table. I I in the nineteen sixty s I worked at the Marshall space Flight Center for the Chrysler space division. I know a little bit something about that. Okay. Unfortunately, all of the popular stations that have come out have been very bad. I did not think any millennial who knows anything about space technology would even think that anybody who's gonna go to the moon or Mars to get away primarily. The bureaucrats are running this. Now, have you ever heard something called the gateway concept? No whoops that the gateway comes up. What is that? The gateway concept is some. Say less less than bright priests. People are proposing putting an international space station type satellite orbiting the moon, and that's supposed to be the way that we all from the earth. Tomorrow's and the other planets, okay. It's a crazy thing. Something put together by bureaucrat, they know nothing about orbital mechanics. I know nothing about the technologies involved in all this stuff, but they're selling junk to the public. So the idea is that it would be like a base camp on Mount Everest. You have it there at the moon, and from there you go to Mars afternoon at the moon would make sense, but they are orbiting the moon with the space station. Okay. Which is which is twice as difficult is just going to the moon and setting up a base their base on the moon would give you tremendous scientific uh test station, for example, you could put up all kinds of physics instrumentation. I could go on forever on China sent understand that. But but the point is that all the stuff that is being sold right now. Primarily by the media is is junk science and once once people discover this after probably appropriating funds the money for it. Then they're just going to cut it off like they do Nevada project. Well, that's that's very interesting. Stephen, I don't even know whether that looms in millennial imaginations the way it did for kids fifty and sixty years ago, where the idea of the space man, the the astronauts, it it it was something that figured very much in the Hume and not just in child's imagination the human imagination. And there is a lot of thought I think that that original moon landing. Was the kind of peak of human capacity in the in the way, you can't quite imagine us pulling off something like that anymore. I don't actually think I think one of the consequences. In fact, actually, I I'll make a generalization which may be a bit of an over generalization. But I'll go for it. That that in fact, big one consequence of social media, the internet computers, and all that is the people's imagination is turned in on themselves. So that where once you had little boys who dreamed of being a space man and going up in the space rocket and going to the moon. And now we have little boys who attend in on themselves and thinking about their identity and dreaming of becoming little girls and competing in the Connecticut state track championships in Connecticut as a young girl, so as a general proposition, I think people's imaginations have actually been turned in and become solid cystic, a narcissistic a navel-gazing as a result of computers and social media, and all that's my generalization of the day all generalizations about as they say. So take this one for what it's worth Mark signed for rush. Open line Friday continues in a moment. You're listening to the IB network. Pasos.

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"dave dell" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

09:22 min | 3 years ago

"dave dell" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Radio show. Over the years. We've we've talked about a lot of things, but I've had this problem. This whole week of had this opinion going around in my head have a very difficult time, shaking it. So I thought I'd try to work it out a little bit over over the air with you guys. Maybe you could help me I can help you. But wouldn't tell story. Two story about what I had cancer. And I had nothing to do. Decided if I'm gonna die. I get all this money will do something fun for less, you know, days of my life. Whatever it is. And it's going to get into trains, and so I get into gauge trains, which the big ones not the biggest. But the really nice size when probably the ones like you had around your Christmas tree or under your Christmas. Tree when you were you on the line L typeset, but I got into the more expensive ones. The high end quality not just a little set you put a nutri. Although that is where I started with believe it or not it was one Christmas. We got out the training for the Christmas tree. And I said, you know, I'm gonna add some linked to this. I put it all the way around the house tracks going to the dining room track going through the family room and all the way around the living room, and then Spurs of all kinds of stuff. Started buying equipment actually filled by Tyrone. It's up with equipment, and I've never even taken stuff out of the boxes because I've buying a quicker than I could actually put it together. In anticipation of some day, building some elaborate trains thing. What happened was is that I got to got to the end of this process by having a room filled with boxes. Of stopped that we're projects that we're going to be done some day of things we're going to be used some day. And I had lead this basic track down. Downstairs. For what all the way through our living room, dining room, kitchen family room. And that was running these trains run. Having a good old time. Not really knowing where I was going with all this woke up with all this stuff in my life. Now, I wanna parallel this go along with people's lives. How many people do you think? Have no idea where the going life. They start doing stuff. And then you do a little this. You do a little bad. Then you've got a little this. And you got a little that in person you've got a garage full of this. And that. You have a wife or husband, and then you have a kid or two three little this little now you've got four or five of them real little kid. You know, how many people live their lives completely unplanned? I would suggest you about ninety five percent. Ninety five percent. Yes. I would suggest you ninety five percent of the people there never planned their lives. They just you know, the biggest plan you ever have. I've got to get through high school. I've got to get through college. That's a plan. What are you gonna do with the rest of your life? Right. And so here, I am building this train thing in my house, and I just stop, and then we moved to a house where heavy twenty car garage in one of the reasons I wanted I was looking for a house with a big garage with because I wanted to put train set in there had all this stuff. Well, what happened was when I got over there. We bought this new home with the twenty car garage. I started building the stranger. And again with no real plan in my day. I got him sought software for track design started designing track and adult the tables and started putting this stuff together. And then I realized that I had about four five different kinds of trains, not real even understood that there were low quality, medium quality, high high-quality at super high quality trains. What's interesting? Some of them didn't even fit together. They didn't look right together. That's for sure. Because, you know, the the toys stuff, which is playing toys toys trains, then there were you know, quality basic, low end trains in there were model trains that were scaled in. There were super scale trains that were just so unbelievable. They're very expensive too. I figured out that point I needed to go to EBay and sell ninety percent of the stuff. I had back. While they're selling stuff back that didn't make any sense. I kept buying more stuff that did make sense. Inaba garage full of stuff. I still have no track. Thank into this bugging. The gbs ought to be guys. I'm sitting there going how many people's lives of that way? They've got all this stuff in their life. But they've got no plan. So when I ran into delimitations, and this is what happens when you don't plan, and you just accumulate and us, go, whatever it is you do or doing will eventually run into a limitation. You will stop you dead new tracks, and I ran into some limitations and just flat stopped me dead in my tracks. Or at least let me put it this way. I knew that. If I continued from that point further I was going to fall into something into a problem that would stop me in my tracks. So there was no need in my mind to continue because I could already see the flaw in my plan. And so I just stopped doing it. Think how many people are sitting there going? I think I'm just going to get some money. Get a 4._0._1._K McGinn IRA and all of a sudden, they got all this stuff. These cars and his debt in this house. These kids and stuff, and you go man this plan is working whatever played I think I had going to college. I did it but had flaw at the end of college. There's no real plan past that. And it's going to fail and it is failing. Broke. I'm in bad debt, bad credit. Or even if I'm not broken have bad credit? I'm putting money into a 4._0._1._K this paying me nothing paying while. The house is paying me nothing. I'm putting money in IRA's paying me nothing. I have nothing doing anything for me and my life by. But I'm going through these motions. These blinds. Sickeningly repetitive motions. That are getting me. Nowhere. And so I just quit you just give up and you do what I did. I focused on something else. All of a sudden, you know, you'd say I'm going to get a hobby. This somebody that. I'm going to focus on else. 'cause I know I can't be rich. I just can't be rich because I don't know how to be rich the stuff that I've done. I thought it would make me rich didn't make me rich. And so you just give up so I gave up. About. Couple of months ago three or four or five months ago, though, I sold off so many apartment complexes that I had so much money. I just you know, what I'm gonna go to the best trained design company in the country and then to them, and I remember them, but they wanted some really expensive is real expensive to get them to build your train set. In fact, company built Warren Buffett's train set for him buildings layout. When he bought this up, so Warren Buffett bought beat us up. Burlington Northern Santa Fe and. He had them build this. Layup real that replicated being this up. So I went to them, and I went to their office in Dallas and met with the people that real nice people. We came up with a little bit of design. I showed them what already had the actually drove down to my house in Houston. It looked at this hour. We're going to put together a plan build this thing. And then when I got the price back, I go my God, I could buy three houses with that. Hit by myself two or three cars with that. I could buy also that probably do that for down payment on an apartment complex not worth it. Deb, set a toy trains. And so I put it off again, how many times did you look into how many times did you? Go to Dave Dell dot O Robert Allen jeopardy. Tommy. The miles round. The grand Carl Robert kiyosaki, Donald Trump or lifestyles unlimited or wherever you went. And then you just put it off. And. Research study get excited about it. And then you drop the ball and walk away. IT the happening all tell people come to my summers. There have been here your five years ago. Dell it's absolutely warm up to you. And we've been together for a couple of days spending time together, you know, you don't remember the about two years ago. You don't remember as your five years ago? You don't remember as your ten years ago? And then they reiterate reiterate to me that at that point. Something in their life was changing a divorce Ajab sick family member or something, and they just had no plan to get past that. And so they dropped everything else. And just became a wandering generality. I like that term. I didn't make that up. I heard that somewhere wandering Januar -ality. You had no specific reason to be alive. You're just wandering around being generally the same person's everybody else. A wandering generality. And I remember that. Feel that same way. So I decided to go back and see this company and tell them I'm going to finish this project. You bet I am. I'm going to finish this project. I'm not going to be a laundry generality. I am going to complete the project. I started by six years ago. And beat up. Thanks short break..

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"dave dell" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

09:22 min | 3 years ago

"dave dell" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Radio show? Over the years. We've we've talked about a lot of things, but I've had this problem this whole week of had this Pippen either just going around in my head, and I have a very difficult time shaking it. So I thought it tried to work it out a little bit over the over the air with you guys. Maybe you can help me I can help you. But to tell story. Two story about when I had cancer, and I had nothing to do. And so I decided, you know, if I'm gonna die. I get all this money. I might as well do something fun for less. You know days of my life. Whatever it is. And it's going to get into trains, and so I got into OJ trains, which of the big ones not the biggest. But the really nice size when probably the ones like you had around your Christmas tree or under your Christmas. Tree when you were young the Lyonel typeset, but I got into the more expensive ones. The high end quality not just the little set you put a nutri. Although that is where I started with Bill believe it or not it was one Christmas. We got out the train for the Christmas tree. And I said, you know, I'm gonna add some linked to this put it all the way around the house attracts going through the dining room tracked going through the family room and all the way around the living room, and I up Spurs all kinds of stuff. Asserted by. Actually filled by tyrod. It's up with equipment, and I'd never even taken stuff out of the boxes because I've buying me quicker than I can actually put it together. In some day, building some elaborate trains thing. What happened was is that I got to. Got to the end of this process by having a room filled with boxes. Ab- stop that were projects that we're going to be done some day of things we're going to be used some day. And I had laid this basic track down. Downstairs. For all the way through our living room, dining room, kitchen family room. And I was running these trains run. Having a good old time. Not really knowing where I was going with all this. But also now woke up with all this stuff in my life. Now, I wanna parallel this is we go along with people's lives. How many people do you think have no idea where the going life? They just start doing stuff. And then you do a little issue do a little bad. Then you've got a little this. And you've got a little that in soon. You've got a garage full of this. And that. You have a wife or husband, and then you have a kid or two or three and little this little that. Now, you've got four or five of them in a little little kids. You know, and just how many people live their lives completely unplanned. I would suggest to you about ninety five percent. Ninety five percent. Yes. I would suggest you ninety five percent of the people there never planned their lives. They just you know, the biggest plan you ever had was I've got to get through high school. I've got to get through college. That's a plan. But what are you gonna do with the rest of your life? Right. And so here, I am a building this train thing in my house, and I just stopped, and then we moved to a house where every twenty car garage in one of the reasons I wanted to I was looking for a house with a big Raj was because I wanted to put a train set in there. I had all this stuff. Well, what happened was when I got over there. We bought this new home with the twenty car garage. I started building the train set. And again with no real plan in my I got some saw software for tractors. I started designing track built the tables and started putting this stuff together. And then I realized that I had about four or five different kinds of trains. I had not really even understood that there were low quality, medium quality, high quality and super high quality trains. What's interesting? Some of them didn't even fit together. They didn't look right together. That's for sure. Because, you know, the the toy stuff and someone would just playing toys toy trains, then there were you know, quality basic low end trains in there were model trains that were scaled in. There were super scale trains that were just so unbelievable. They're very expensive too. So I figured out at that point. I needed to go into EBay and sell ninety percent of the stuff I head back. And while I was there selling stuff back that didn't make any sense. I kept buying more stuff that did make sense Inaba garage full of stuff. I still have no track. Thinking of this this bugging, the gebes out of me guys. I'm sitting there going how many people's lives are that way? They've got all this stop in their life. But they've got no plan. So. When I ran into the limitations. And this is what happens when you don't plan, and you just accumulate and us, go, whatever it is you do or doing will eventually run into a limitation. You will stop you dead new tracks, and I ran into some limitations are just flat stopped me dead in my tracks. Or at least let me put it this way. I knew that if I continued from that point further I was gonna fall into something into a problem that would stop me in my tracks. So there was no need in my mind to continue because I could already see the flaw in my plan. And so I just stopped doing it. I think how many people are sitting there going. I think I'm just going to get some money. Get a 4._0._1._K an IRA and all they got all this stuff. These cars and this debt in this house, and these kids and stuff, and you go man this plan is working whatever plan. I think I had going to college. I did it, but it had flaw at the end of college. There's no real plan past that. And it's going to fail and it is fairly broke. I'm in bad debt, bad credit. Or even if I'm not broken have bad credit? I'm putting money into a 4._0._1._K. This paying me nothing. I'm paying off the house. It's paying me nothing. I'm putting money in I raised paying me nothing. I have nothing doing anything for me in my life by eventually. But I'm going through these motions. These blinds. Sickeningly repetitive motions. That are getting me. Nowhere. And so I just quit you just give up and you do what I did. I focused on something else. All of a sudden, you know, you'd say I'm gonna get a hobby. I'm going to do this. I'm gonna do that. Focus somewhere else because I know I can't be rich. I just can't be rich because I don't know how to be rich the stuff that I've done. I thought would make me rich didn't make me rich. And so you just give up so I gave up. About. Couple of months ago three or four five months ago, though, I'd sold off so many apartment complexes that I had so much money. I just you know, what I'm going to go to the best trained design company in the country and then to them and I'll remember them, but they wanted some really expensive is really expensive to get them to build your set. In fact, this company built Warren Buffett's train set for him buildings layout. When he bought us up. So Warren Buffett bought be NSF Burlington Northern Santa Fe and. He had them build this. Layout rumor that replicated being this up. And so I went to them, and I went to their office in Dallas and met with the people that real nice people will come up with a little bit of design. I showed him what already had they actually drove down to my house in Houston looked at night already. Had we're going to put together a plan build this thing. And then when I got the price back, I go my God, I could buy three houses with that. Kid by myself two or three cars with that. I could buy a house with that. I could probably do that for down payment on an apartment complex. Not worth the set, a toy trains. And so I put it off again, how many times did you look into how many times did you? Dave Dell dot Robert Allen, Jeff Picone, Tommy. Ron Legrand Carl Robert kiyosaki, Donald Trump or lifestyles unlimited or wherever you went. And then you just put it off. And. You research. You study get excited about it. And then you drop the ball and walk away. I see that happening all the time and people come to my son. And I said I've been here how was your five years ago? Dell is after they warm up to you. And we've been together for a couple of days spent time together, you know, you don't remember me about two years ago. You don't remember as your five years ago? You don't remember as your ten years ago? And then they really rate reiterate to me that at that point something in their life was changing a divorce a job her sick family member or something, and they just had no plan to get past that. And so they dropped everything else. And just became a wandering generality. I like that term. I didn't make that up. I heard that somewhere wandering generality. You have no specific reason to be alive. You just wandering around being generally the same person's everybody else. A wandering generality. And I remember that. Feel that same way. So I decided to go back and see this company. Tell them I'm gonna finish this project. You bet I am I'm gonna finish this project. I'm not going to be a wandering generality. I am going to complete the project. I started five six years ago. And be something. Take short.

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"dave dell" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

09:23 min | 3 years ago

"dave dell" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Show. You know over the years. We've we've talked about a lot of things, but I've had this problem this whole week of had this epiphany that shit's going around in my head, and I have a very difficult time shaking it. So I thought I'd try to work it out a little bit over the over the air with you guys. Maybe you could help me I can help you. But to tell story. Two story about when I had cancer, and I had nothing to do. And so I decided, you know, if I'm gonna die. I get all this money. I might as well do something fun for less. You know days of my life. Whatever it is. And it's going to get into trains, and so I got into okay trains, which of the big ones not the biggest. But the really nice size. Probably the ones like you had around your Christmas tree or under your Christmas. Tree when you're young the Lyonel typeset, but I got into the more expensive ones. The high end quality not just the little set. You put be tree. Although that is where I started with Bill believe it or not it was one Christmas. We got out the train for the Christmas tree. And I said, you know, I'm going to add some linked to this. I put it all the way around the health and attracts going to the dining room tracks going through the family room and all the way around the living room and set up Spurs all kinds of stuff. I started buying equipment actually filled by tyrod. It's up with equipment, and I'd never even taken stuff out of the boxes because I was buying me quicker than I can actually put it together. In some day, building some elaborate trains thing. And what happened was is that I got to do. Got to the end of this process by having a room filled with boxes of stop that were projects that we're going to be done some day of things we're going to be used some day. And I had lead this basic track down. And are downstairs. For what all the way through our living room, dining room, kitchen family room. And I was running these trains run. Having a good old time. Not really knowing where I was going with all this. But also woke up with all this stuff in my life. Now, I wanna parallel this is we go along with people's lives. How many people do you think? Have no idea where they're going in life. They just start doing stuff. And then you do a little this. You do a little bit. Then you've got a little this. And you've got a little that and prison you've got a garage full of this. And that. You have a wife or husband, and then you have a kid or two three and little this little that. Now, you've got four or five of them little little kids, you know, and how many people live their lives completely unplanned. I would suggest you about ninety five percent. Ninety five percent. Yes. I would suggest you ninety five percent of the people there never planned their lives. They just you know, the biggest plan you ever had was I've got to get through high school. I've got to get through college. That's a plan. What are you gonna do with the rest of your life? Right. And so here, I am building this train thing in my house, and I just stopped. And then we moved to a house where I twenty car garage in one of the reasons I wanted I was looking for a house with a big Raj was because I wanted to put a train set in there. I had all this stuff. Well, what happened was when I got over there. We bought this new home with the twenty car garage. I started building the stranger. And again with no real plan in mind. I I got some saw software for track design started designing track. And I built the tables and started putting this stuff together. And then I realized that I had about four or five different kinds of trains. I had not really understood that there were low quality, medium quality, high quality and super high quality trains. What's interesting? Some of them didn't even fit together. They didn't look right together. That's for sure. Because, you know, the the toy stuff and someone would just playing toys toy trains, then there were you know, quality, basic, low end trains, and there were model trains that were scaled in. There were super scale trains that were just so unbelievable. They're very expensive too. So I figured out that point I needed to go into EBay and sell ninety percent of the stuff I had back. And while I was there selling stuff back that didn't make any sense. I kept buying more stuff that did make sense. Inaba garage full of stuff. I still have no track. Thank into this bugging. The Jeepers outta be guys. I'm sitting there going how many people's lives of that way? They've got all this stop in their life. But they've got no plan. So. When I ran into the limitations. And this is what happens when you don't plan, and you just accumulate us. Go whatever it is you do or doing will eventually run into a limitation. You will stop you dead in your tracks. And I ran into some limitations that just flat stopped me dead in my tracks. Or at least let me put it this way. I knew that if I continued from that point further I was going to fall into something into a problem that would stop me in my tracks. So there was no need in my mind to continue because I could already see the flaw in my plan. And so I just stopped doing it. I think how many people are sitting there going. I think I'm just going to get some money. Get a 4._0._1._K again IRA and all the sudden, they got all this stuff. These cars in his debt in this house. These kids and stuff, and you go man this plan is working whatever plan. I think I had going to college. I did it, but it had flaw at the end of college. There's no real plan past that. And it's going to fail and it is failing. Broke. I'm in bad debt on the bad credit. Or even if I'm not broken have bad credit? I'm putting money into a 4._0._1._K. This paying me nothing. Paying off the house. It's paying me nothing. I'm putting money in IRA's paying me nothing. I have nothing doing anything for me in my life by angelie. But I'm going through these motions. These blinds. Sickeningly repetitive motions. That are getting me. Nowhere. And so I just quit you just give up and you do what I did. I focused on something else. All of a sudden, you know, you'd say I'm gonna get a hobby. I'm to do this. I'm gonna do that. Focus somewhere else because I know I can't be rich. I just can't be rich because I don't know how to be rich the stuff that I've done. I thought it would make me rich didn't make me rich. And so you just give up so I gave up about. Couple of months ago three or four five months ago, though, I'd sold off so many apartment complexes that I had so much money. I just you know, what I'm going to go to the best trained design company in the country. And then to them at all remember them. But they wanted some really expensive is really expensive to get them to build your train set. In fact, company built Warren Buffett's train set for him buildings layout. When he bought us up. So Warren Buffett bought being NSF Burlington Northern Santa Fe, and he had them build this. Layout that replicated being this up. And so I went to them, and I went to their office in Dallas and met with the people that real nice people. We came up with a little bit of design. I showed him what already had the actually drove down to my house in Houston. It looked at this hour had we're going to put together a plan build this thing. And then when I got the price back, I go my God, I could buy three houses with that. By myself two or three cars with that. I could buy a house with that. I could probably use that for down payment on apartment complex. It's just not worth. It have set of toy trains. And so I put it off again, how many times did you look into how many times did you? Go to Dave Dell dot O Robert Allen, Jeff, Tommy. Drama grand Carl Robert Cusack. Donald Trump or lifestyles unlimited or wherever you went. And then you just put it off. And. You research. You study get excited about it. And then you drop the ball and walk away. I see that happening all the time. When people come to my son, I said I've been here five years ago. Dell it's after they warm up to you, and we've been together for a couple of days spending time together, you know, you don't remember me about two years ago. You don't remember as your five years ago? You don't remember as your ten years ago? And then they reiterate reiterate to me that at that point something in their life was changing a divorce a job her sick family member or something, and they just had no plan to get past. That is so they dropped everything else. And just became a wandering generality. I like that term. I didn't make that up. I heard that somewhere wandering generality. You have no specific reason to be alive. You just wandering around being generally the same person's everybody else. A wandering generality. And I remember that. That feel that same way. So I decided to go back and see this company and tell them I'm going to finish this project. You bet I am. I'm going to finish this project. I'm not going to be a wandering generality. I am going to complete the project. I started by six years ago. And be something. Short break..

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