35 Burst results for "Every Two Weeks"

NATO chief hails 'historic moment' as Finland, Sweden apply

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 17 hrs ago

NATO chief hails 'historic moment' as Finland, Sweden apply

"Secretary secretary secretary secretary general general general general Jens Jens Jens Jens Stoltenberg Stoltenberg Stoltenberg Stoltenberg says says says says Finland Finland Finland Finland and and and and Sweden Sweden Sweden Sweden have have have have applied applied applied applied to to to to for for for for NATO NATO NATO NATO membership membership membership membership amid amid amid amid concerns concerns concerns concerns over over over over Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's war war war war on on on on Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Stoltenberg Stoltenberg Stoltenberg says says says NATO NATO NATO allies allies allies agreed agreed agreed that that that this this this is is is an an an historic historic historic moment moment moment which which which we we we must must must seize seize seize the the the applications applications applications not not not submitted submitted submitted must must must be be be weighted weighted weighted by by by the the the thirty thirty thirty member member member countries countries countries that that that process process process is is is expected expected expected to to to take take take about about about two two two weeks weeks weeks but but but to to to Turkey's Turkey's Turkey's president president president has has has expressed expressed expressed reservations reservations reservations about about about Finland Finland Finland and and and Sweden Sweden Sweden joining joining joining the the the two two two however however however could could could officially officially officially become become become members members members once once once that that that accession accession accession protocols protocols protocols are are are rectified rectified rectified even even even if if if Turkey's Turkey's Turkey's leaders leaders leaders objections objections objections are are are overcome overcome overcome that that that could could could take take take a a a few few few months months months the the the process process process usually usually usually takes takes takes eight eight eight to to to twelve twelve twelve months months months I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles de de de Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma

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J.D. Vance Shares His Feelings Post-Ohio GOP Senate Primary Victory

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:01 min | 2 d ago

J.D. Vance Shares His Feelings Post-Ohio GOP Senate Primary Victory

"Is JD Vance, the U.S. Senate nominee candidate for the great state of Ohio running against Tim Ryan. JD, welcome back to the program. Thanks, Charlie. Thanks for having me. And congratulations, I actually have a chance to tell you that yet. So first just your reaction from your race, you won the shocking victory. I think almost two weeks ago, how are you processing things? How's your race standing now that you're in the general? That's good. I mean, look, the Biden administration has been a disaster in Tim Ryan, my democratic opponent has voted with the Biden administration a 100% of the time. So we feel good about the general. Still got to put in the work. I think the Republican primary the way that I think about it is that it was a referendum on what kind of party do we want to be? Do we want to be a nationalist America first policy? Or do we want a party? Or do we want to go back to the ways of starting stupid wards that we have no reason to be in and shipping our manufacturing base off to China and other countries in the world. So I'm glad that the voters of Ohio rejected the old establishment ways. And I'm excited to take the America first message into the general election. And like I said, I feel pretty good

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The 'Fact-Checkers' of '2000 Mules' Are Out of Their Depth

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

00:51 sec | 2 d ago

The 'Fact-Checkers' of '2000 Mules' Are Out of Their Depth

"When I'm seeing sort of two weeks into 2000 mules, a number of critiques in the movie initially, it was just the fact checkers, and the fact checkers clearly were out of their league. They had a very limited understanding of geo tracking and B had a very limited understanding of state laws, which vary on elections and so, for example, they would say things like, well, vote harvesting is legal. Well, no. What harvesting is not legal everywhere. It's legal in some states, and even in states that allow it, the conditions are normally quite restrictive. So my question is for the fact checkers, did you look at the ballot harvesting law in Wisconsin? Did you look at it in Michigan in Pennsylvania? Did you look at the nuances of these laws? No, the answer is no. So the 20 and 30 something fact checkers are kind of in too deep.

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Naomi Judd celebrated at 'River of Time' memorial service

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 d ago

Naomi Judd celebrated at 'River of Time' memorial service

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Aaron Withe, CEO of Freedom Foundation, Describes the Teacher Unions

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:49 min | 5 d ago

Aaron Withe, CEO of Freedom Foundation, Describes the Teacher Unions

"Folks, you're on the Doug Collins podcast. We always delve into issues, and we're getting into one that is close and near and dear to my heart. And that is this education issue, the education, the problems that are developed during the pandemic, not only are we going to see those. We're going to have a chance to have some conversation about that today. But also the inexorably role are extraordinary role of the unions. The teacher union, especially during the pandemic and the things that they have been going into. And as we've been going around teacher appreciation week and always talking about our teachers, do you know that's close to my heart for the podcast listeners here? My wife was a 30 year teacher in public schools, retired unfortunately during the pandemic year. Her last class with her students was the day everything quote shut down for two weeks, and she never really got back to go back to the class to tell that class goodbye. But there's a lot that goes on in that. And so today, I'm pleased how Aaron wath with us from the freedom foundation is a CEO. We're going to talk about education. We're going to get into this a little bit. We're going to discuss it. Aaron, thanks for being a part of the podcast. Doug, thank you for having me on. I appreciate you taking the time. No problem. Let's dive into this a little bit. And first off, let's go back and lay this groundwork how much of a problem and again, we

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Daily Mail: Could Take 10 Weeks to Restock Baby Formula, Says Abbott

Mark Levin

01:15 min | 6 d ago

Daily Mail: Could Take 10 Weeks to Restock Baby Formula, Says Abbott

"Let's look at this baby formula issue As the daily mail puts out Abbott Laboratories said it could be ten weeks Before baby formula is restocked That's two and a half months by my calculation Well guess what Babies can't wait that long Once given FDA approval Abbott's Michigan plant could reopen in two weeks But the company said it will take 6 to 8 weeks to replenish its supply So the plant closed in mid February amid reports of infant illness and death For infants two died two got sick The plant closed in mid February After a thorough review of all the available data Abbott said there is no evidence to link our formulas to these infant illnesses No evidence So what is the FDA doing It's sitting on its hands It's keeping this plant closed Now if Donald Trump were president he would override the FDA and hope and order the plant to be open

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Creeping COVID-19 cases result in few schools mask mandates

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Creeping COVID-19 cases result in few schools mask mandates

"Coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus cases cases cases cases are are are are up up up up and and and and some some some some schools schools schools schools are are are are bringing bringing bringing bringing back back back back masking masking masking masking the the the the return return return return of of of of face face face face masks masks masks masks in in in in schools schools schools schools is is is is not not not not nearly nearly nearly nearly as as as as widespread widespread widespread widespread as as as as earlier earlier earlier earlier in in in in the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic with with with with public public public public concerns concerns concerns concerns about about about about the the the the virus virus virus virus ebbing ebbing ebbing ebbing but but but but some some some some school school school school districts districts districts districts in in in in Maine Maine Maine Maine New New New New Jersey Jersey Jersey Jersey Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania and and and and Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts are are are are going going going going back back back back to to to to facemask facemask facemask facemask requirements requirements requirements requirements or or or or recommending recommending recommending recommending them them them them reported reported reported reported daily daily daily daily cases cases cases cases nationwide nationwide nationwide nationwide are are are are up up up up fifty fifty fifty fifty percent percent percent percent over over over over the the the the past past past past two two two two weeks weeks weeks weeks although although although although that's that's that's that's thought thought thought thought to to to to be be be be an an an an undercount undercount undercount undercount since since since since most most most most tests tests tests tests are are are are now now now now being being being being taken taken taken taken at at at at home home home home and and and and not not not not reported reported reported reported to to to to health health health health departments departments departments departments CDC CDC CDC CDC data data data data shows shows shows shows most most most most of of of of the the the the counties counties counties counties in in in in the the the the country country country country considered considered considered considered to to to to have have have have high high high high levels levels levels levels of of of of code code code code nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen are are are are in in in in the the the the north north north north east east east east Bangor Bangor Bangor Bangor and and and and Portland Portland Portland Portland Maine Maine Maine Maine schools schools schools schools brought brought brought brought back back back back a a a a temporary temporary temporary temporary mask mask mask mask mandate mandate mandate mandate this this this this week week week week with with with with Portland Portland Portland Portland superintendent superintendent superintendent superintendent saying saying saying saying it it it it was was was was the the the the safest safest safest safest course course course course at at at at this this this this time time time time I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king

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Caller Describes Experience With PHD Weight Loss Nutrition Plan

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:23 min | Last week

Caller Describes Experience With PHD Weight Loss Nutrition Plan

"Tell me about it. We heard you on the radio, talk about it. My wife, she's been trying to lose weight for years. I've always been the problem because I bring ice cream home. Chocolate everything else. And me and her, we just get fat. I mean, that's all we did. And I was in the navy for 14 years. I was down. Mom, often weighs about two ten, I'm 6 foot three. I got up to two 85. The doctor said, hey, you got a problem with your leg. He didn't tell me I was fat. He just said you got a problem with you. Like, I knew exactly what it was. It was overweight. And then I heard you on the radio, talk about it, and you said you'd lost 35 cents January. Right. And so I come home and talk to my wife. She got a big smile on her face. I said, hey, your birthday is this month. It was in March. And I said, for your birthday present, I'm going to put you on a weight loss program. And I'm going to go on it with you. And both of us went on and she's down just about ready to go into maintenance. I'm looking at 70 pounds. I'm down 35. Second week in March. So you've lost, let me get this straight. You've lost 35 pounds since the second week of March. Yes, sir. Mike, that's huge. Doesn't it feel like, isn't it incredible? And is it an amazing you're never hungry? Never. Well, I keep seeing pizza and I want a big old slab of pizza, but I'm like, no, I told the lady, I said, I was in the navy. I said, you told me 20 weeks. We're done. 20 weeks is what you got.

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The average U.S. price of regular-grade gasoline has jumped 15 cents over past two weeks to $4.38 per gallon

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last week

The average U.S. price of regular-grade gasoline has jumped 15 cents over past two weeks to $4.38 per gallon

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Why Steve Gray Is Running for Congress in New Jersey

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:27 min | Last week

Why Steve Gray Is Running for Congress in New Jersey

"Let's go to why you took this amazing decision. You served in uniform at a local agency, then the bureau since 1999. Why are you running in New Jersey for Congress, Steve gray? That's a great question. Listen, I have been watching Chris smith's record for some time. When he voted for the $1.2 trillion infrastructure Bill and Donald Trump, the next day came out publicly and said, we need somebody good to run against this guy and primary him. I started digging in deep. I decided to retire. I should have retired on January 31st. That was my actually target date, but I had COVID. And the office would not let me come back in until January 14th to retire. So I had to wait two weeks. Since then, we have hit the ground running. We are second to Chris Smith in dollars received and cash on hand. So we are working in mentally hard to get this job done. Chris Smith is establishment rhino who's been in office since Jimmy Carter was president. He has been he's been here for 42 years. And these are the individuals that America is disgusted about. And Congress has an 18% approval rating. And yet these individuals year, every two years are still voted back into office.

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Newsom Wants to Make CA an Abortion Sanctuary State

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:40 min | Last week

Newsom Wants to Make CA an Abortion Sanctuary State

"I know what Gavin Newsom said. I can't, I can't be accused of misquoting governor Gavin, let's make California an abortion sanctuary state Newsom. What does a sanctuary state of California look like when it comes to abortion? We've been doing a lot. I mean, let me back up. I think, you know, it's always a moment like this. What are you going to do next? But I really support to talk about what we've been doing. Pretty consistent. We know what state in the union is doing more tech companies productive health and rights. And that's why I wanted to reflect back on the work we were doing anticipation of this because it led to a series of initiatives and bills that would be task force that was created to a series of recommendations, including dealing with co pays that we assign in our budget and go and affect January and went to the expansion of support for providers, supplemental, support, have a $1 billion to be provided to support our caregivers, went to parcel of $1.7 billion workforce to ask the legislature because we have issues of recruiting and retaining healthcare workforce. It's gone to a series of other recommendations that are going through a legislative process and a budget where just two weeks I'll be putting out, for example, supports the new portal and new website to provide culturally competent access to people across the spectrum so that they know their rights and they know where those, of course, live and stay. So we are initiated. That's governor Gavin Newsom describing what California as a sanctuary state would look like.

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Mitch McConnell Says Draft Leak Threatens SCOTUS Security

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:22 min | 2 weeks ago

Mitch McConnell Says Draft Leak Threatens SCOTUS Security

"Meanwhile, Mitch McConnell took the Senate floor yesterday, cut number four. The same political movement that used a leak to move up the timeline of justice Breyer's retirement process is trying to use yet another leak to make the court less secure and less impartial. Never before, never before in modern history has an internal draft been leaked to the public while the justices were still deciding a case. Never before. Whoever committed this lawless act knew exactly what it could bring about. The justices already require security, less than two weeks ago, an unbalanced person lit himself on fire on the court steps. Less than three years ago, a liberal mob tried to storm the court, shoving past law enforcement and pounding on the doors. Look, everybody knows what kind of climate the far left is trying to fuel. One that is antithetical, antithetical to the rule of law.

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Madeleine Albright honored by Biden, other world leaders

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 weeks ago

Madeleine Albright honored by Biden, other world leaders

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Average US gasoline price drops 3 cents to $4.24 a gallon

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Average US gasoline price drops 3 cents to $4.24 a gallon

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Lila Rose: No Autopsy Conducted in Alleged D.C. Infanticide Case

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | Last month

Lila Rose: No Autopsy Conducted in Alleged D.C. Infanticide Case

"Now these are very serious allegations coming out of this Washington D.C. case Where do we stand now is the D.C. mayor or the authorities going to look into this over there Is metro looking into it What's going on with that case What happened Just the contours of it as it stands now Sure So here's the breakdown over two weeks ago pro life activists were given two boxes of medical waste They said medical waste on them that they were actually boxes of the babies that were killed by abortion outside of the abortion of cesare saint Angeles clinic in D.C. So this whistleblower gave them these boxes live action we sent in my private organization sent in our field where we documented the findings there were images of we've got images of children that were nearly full term by babies in particular looked like they had been maybe even born alive one child looked like she had been the victim of partial birth abortion which is illegal a little beautiful baby girl whose neck had been cut and brain removed Really the most gory heartbreaking findings that you could imagine I mean it's like coming across a murder scene truly And so with this documentation the reached out to the D.C. homicide unit saying listen we have the bodies of children that may have been born alive and then killed we don't know what actually happened that you need to investigate Please hear the bodies and arrange for the bodies to be given over to D.C. police Well the D.C. police homicide unit shows up They take the bodies into their possession and then they say down two days later they say we're not going to be investigating These were abortions and it's legal in D.C. but then they admit that they didn't do an autopsy So there apparently has been no medical examination of these children's bodies no proper examination And yet they're claiming the abortions were done legally whether they were illegal or legal it's still I believe murder It's horrific I mean the children are savagely

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Lila Rose: Twitter Censors Pic of Baby Possibly Killed in Infanticide

The Dan Bongino Show

01:17 min | Last month

Lila Rose: Twitter Censors Pic of Baby Possibly Killed in Infanticide

"So you have been all over this gruesome horrific I'm out of modifiers to describe how awful this D.C. and fantasize case is And the latest development I saw this morning correct me if I'm wrong is one of the I think it was life site news was covering the gruesomeness of this event the side case out of D.C. and apparently had some of their features locked out on Twitter is did I read that accurately You're right It was life news and they were blocked suspended from their account I think they're back in now because they posted one of the images of these 5 children who were nearly full term who had been victims of possible infanticide or illegal abortions These are the images that live action published a little over two weeks ago now And it takes a surprise us I mean Twitter has been basically shadow banning or otherwise try to suppress pro life speech now for 6 years I mean live action in my organization was first targeted 6 years ago We were banned from doing any promotions on Twitter even while Planned Parenthood the biggest abortion chain does do advertising freely on Twitter but pro life groups were being prohibited from it And this is going on for 6 years So it's not a surprise that this is the latest hit that Twitter is taking at pro life the probably few points

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It's not over: COVID-19 cases are on the rise again in US

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

It's not over: COVID-19 cases are on the rise again in US

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The Man Oppressing Women in Swimming: William Thomas

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:12 min | Last month

The Man Oppressing Women in Swimming: William Thomas

"Seems like a nice enough person was the 462nd best swimmer at University of Pennsylvania in the country. Was a man born a man, XY chromosomes was trying to compete in swimming, wasn't really getting anywhere. One day, Thomas wakes up and changes the name to Leah Thomas and decides that want to keep swimming. So it goes from the 462nd best swimmer to the best swimmer, almost overnight. And this happened really slowly by the way. This wasn't like an overnight thing. If you were watching this carefully like we were, we were covering this for like a year and a half. They were like, hey, this is going to be a problem. Like, hey, this is going to be a problem. And they're like, oh no, it's not like they're going to let they're not going to let Thomas compete at the top level the championship. And there you go, at the NCAA championship, in Atlanta, two weeks ago, Thomas was competing and won the NCAA championship as a biological man. And again, that kind of goes back to that whole feminist critique, right? Which is worse so upset that because we're being oppressed by men. And I say, so the feminists are silent because they're now okay because they're oppressed by men, even though they think they're women. It's like, isn't that against the entire argument that I was told my entire life. So now we have

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"every two weeks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:38 min | 11 months ago

"every two weeks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Every two weeks and already accounts for more than 20% of all new infections. Let's listen to a little bit of what Dr Fauci said about this today at the White House Covid 19 briefing similar to the situation in the UK, The Delta variant is currently the greatest threat in the U. S to our camp to eliminate Covid 19. You know, according to some estimates that Delta is on such a fast trajectory that it's likely to become the dominant strain in the U. S within weeks. In fact, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky noted at the same briefing that the Delta already accounts for nearly half of all infections in some parts of the country. You know, like parts of the Midwest and West. Wow. Okay, so it spreads really quickly, but Does it make people sicker? You know, it looks like that could be the case. Dr. Fauci started some new research that indicates people are significantly more likely to end up in the hospital if they catch this virus compared to if they caught the original strain. And he noted that young and built in Children look like they're driving the spread of the virus. At least in Britain. That is okay. Well, the question on everyone's mind is how well do our current vaccines work against the delta variant? Yeah. Yeah, We're all wondering, am I protected or not? And that's the good news. All the evidence so far indicates that they work very well if people are fully evacuated, But, you know, remember, there are lots of unvaccinated people still in this country. So, Dr Fauci says this new threat posed by the Delta variant makes it more urgent than ever that people roll up their sleeves, especially, you know, given how close the country is to finally getting back to normal. We have the tools, so let's use them and crush the outbreak. The fear Elsa is that the delta Verin could spark yet another round of new outbreaks in the parts of the country where lots of people still aren't vaccinated. In fact, a new projection that just came out found that yet another national search could start as soon as July if a virus has contagious as the Delta sweeps through unvaccinated parts of the country. Well, if the delta variant does spread through certain parts of the US unchecked, could it lead to the emergence of even more dangerous variants? Absolutely, as we've been saying for a while. Now, the more the virus spreads, the greater the chances that even more dangerous mutants could evolve. If we let it run wild who knows what could emerge? And you know, Doctor will honestly noted that there's no reason for one more person to get sick or die from the pandemic in this country at this point, when the vaccines have essentially made Covid 19 a preventable disease. That is NPR's Rob Stein. Thank you, Rob. You better,.

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"every two weeks" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"every two weeks" Discussed on WSB-AM

"For pools we offer weekly and in the off season with offer biweekly where we come out every other week and on the spot. I believe they do weekly as well as, um Where they come in and drying it. Clean it and refill it. Service for about every three months. Where are however often you go before you change the water out? Typically, it's about 3 to 6 months is they'll come in and you know, clean it and drying it and get it ready for the next go kind of quarterly, then yes, but I really need someone to look at my pool every two weeks in the winter. I'm not trying to do business, right? He asked the guy who wants to do business with the every two weeks in the winter. I'm asking you do I really need that is because I would think once I shut my pull down a calc again Memorial Day. Best correct. If you put the cover on and shutting it down, then yes, you won't need to see us every two weeks. If you're leaving that open through the wintertime, and we're coming out and maintaining it, Um during the leafy season is it's got to be done every weight because it piles up so much. But after after laser gun as the water we do, we checked the water every week because the In the summertime. You need that for the algae, not the growth. But in the wintertime. You can go every couple weeks because the water's cooler and the algae is not growing. Theo Chemicals are easy to do and easier in the wintertime. Very good. You Khun Seymour about Brown's pools. I get a great website. You khun all kinds of pictures of all kinds of pools they installed. You do believe it or not. It's Brown's pools dot com doesn't get any easier in that. Brown's pools dot com and you said earlier when our little chat here if you're thinking about getting a pool next year You know, if you think, and I bet this has been a great summer kind of with the pandemic, people stay in home and hey, let's get a pool, so we'll have something to do around the house. This is kind of the time of year when you want to get the Brauns pulls people to come out. Look at your property. See? You know you saw me. You know, I want to pull over here. And they can get you can start doing the the measurements and get a quote or two. But that doesn't mean you're gonna be out next month to put it in. You can put that off till right after the first of the year whenever it's going if you after the first of the year, right? That's right. Yes, sir. Very good. You also do the decks and then the all that stuff around it. We do We do way have several landscapers that we work with for the actual finishing up with the Assad and the plants on that, But we do all the hard escaping and decking that Okay. Very good. Thanks for joining us this morning, David. Thank you. Thanks for having us appreciate it. Stay good during the pool off season. 11 49 on your Saturday morning. Time to go over to the traffic center. See if they got any hard escaping going on over there. Not really. 11 49 in the cool, great carrier WSB 24 hour traffic center. Just heavy delays.

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"every two weeks" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"every two weeks" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The best decisions about your finances. And that's why we always come at you with common sense. Practical advice you can utilize right now. And that's why we put together a latest tax guide. We even five ways to save on taxes now only for 2019 2020 is well. And the new Cares. Axes allow new things you could do for attacks perspective. We give you five simple ways to do it and you can download it for free. Simply text the word bullish. That's bullish. BU L L i s h 25558 That's the word bullish. Fivefive 5 80 We'll give you five ways to save on taxes in 2019 and 2020. A lot of great things you can do right now. You can download it for free. Simply Text the word Bullish toe 555 Sedated. That's the word ghoulish to 5558 and we don't need to tell you the world is crazy right now and given the uncertainty in the economy and the financial markets concerned for your financial security. I'm gonna guess is probably greater than ever. So, Bob, I thought given the 2000 so family's heir from manages well, for we could discuss some of those bigger financial concerns We're seeing right now. And I think one of the bigger ones right now is because things are so vile town crazy. Is defining your income stream. You know, right? That is the biggest question. You know, I'm just so used to working for 30 40 50 years where paycheck comes in every week, every two weeks, and then suddenly that it's turned off. It's pretty unnerve ing for most people, and my guess is you probably don't have a pension like your parents. They're right. Those days are over. You're gonna get so security and that's never going to come or some of your retirement. But the reality of it is you want to create the same kind of consistency and retirement just like getting that paycheck. And I think you'd be very daunting because now it's like, okay, how do I pulled from my portfolio? And you might be retired now and have the same problem. You just don't know what all this market volatility. Where's the best place to take it from? And that's where you really need a game plan. So you make good decisions about how you pull from your portfolio? Yeah, I really felt bad for a lot of people that we've met with over last couple of years and decided to just stay 100% in stocks, or 90% in stocks. When that February decline hit where you lost almost 40% in five weeks, and you're sitting there thinking how the heck am I gonna pay my bills? My portfolio is down 40%. Yes, And that's why you need income, Not just capital appreciation. I mean, nothing was better Bob than it was. In the bowels of March. When everything was falling apart. You're sitting down to a client review and you're like, Look, I know the market's down right now. But look at the income coming in these air, your expenses and income coming in covers it and some So that never misses a beat. That's all that really matters, not the market's up or down. It's the fact that you still have income coming in that you can spend that needs those lifestyle knee. It's like that's it. That's all that matters. Yeah, I know. It's a pretty good feeling as an advisor, when you know when the whole world was falling apart in March. Our clients were just enjoying their retirement because their income is automatically distributed. On a monthly basis, whether the market's up or down and it was just very comforting for them, But it made me feel really good about the advice we give. We want you to feel good, Bob. And the next bit concerned that we see all the time is you're trying to balance security and risk because, yes, you need income coming in. You need to have some money that safe, But you also need your money to grow over time, because cost of living is going up. And finding that right balance is so critical to your financial plan. Yeah, it's the age old question, right when it comes through financial planning, my taking too much risk are mine not taking enough, And my experience has been 90% of you take way more risk than necessary to achieve your goals. It just blows my mind. It's usually two sides of the spectrum. Either you're taking way too much risk. You have all your money in growth stocks, which could get hammered at any time or on the flip side. You got a way too much money in cash. Right now you're earning nothing and you know cost of living is going up, and that's not a good long term strategy. So you need to find that balance of risk and for you and everyone else, it's going to be different. You have a very customized version of risk that you're going to need to get to your goals. You write. A lot of people are taking a road trip this year instead of flying because of the virus, and I guarantee you they're all going to use maps and her GPS to know exactly where they're going and how to get there. Why doesn't everybody have a financial plan to tell the exact same thing on how to travel his journey towards financial independence of retirement? You just need a plan to tell you where to go? Because I'm gonna bet right now. Her biggest concerns is market volatility, right? Where is the market going to go next? I'm watching all these TV show. Some people say it's going to keep going up. It's going to go down. You can't predict it. Nobody knows and markets. Truth be told there always volatile. It's not something new or something is going to go away. But your point, Bob, I think this is really important right now. Well, you do have control over our your goals. You do have control over envisioning where you're gonna go. You know how much money you're going to need? What kind of vacations you want to go on? You know, we can model those things out, and then you can reverse engineer and build a strategy around those certainties, not the uncertainty of what the market's going to do in the short term. It's anybody's guess, but you can manage the risk and you could manage what your goals are actually going to be all right without volatility. There's no there's no opportunity and there's no return. So we all want to embrace volatility. The differences. Do you understand it? Do you have an education about you know what the markets have done historically, because they're going to do the same thing going forward, the of the biggest difference between a successful investor and investor that fails His understanding volatilities and using it as an opportunity as opposed to something. The fear. Yes, and if you have a game plan volatility is not something to fear. And this is where we find as well. Right now The biggest concerns is getting good financial advice. How many of you have a financial visor You haven't heard from in, like three months. Who has touched by your goals right now is maybe Has you sitting in cash because they're looking for some magical moment to get your money invested. That's not advice and more than ever right now. This is when you need really good advice on your finances. Right with the current voluntarily. The markets never proved their worth. More financial advisors never prove their worth.

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"every two weeks" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"every two weeks" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Put money away out of your paycheck every two weeks most likely and what's just happened well we had a lot of risk and a lot of you were pretty scared in March because the the counts one way down and there certainly is some unknown about the future risk is certainly there and risk of something we live with but there's a professor others named professor Merton he's a professor am Markt MIT and he talks about risk and think about this way we all know that we invest we have risk right but do you need to have all the risk and if you can take a risk off the table why wouldn't you if you just switch your thinking about how you're gonna earn money and saving them live off of into retirement it's a different way of thinking and so I encourage you to read his article he wrote professor Martin's written article you did a you tube on the subject you can go look at but I I've studied him quite a bit and I think what I find fascinating about what he's trying to say if I can glean what he sang in the one sentence I would say it's all about income it's all about income in retirement not about accumulating some big chunk of money I mean sure that helps in the last couple episodes we were just talking segments I was going over how to do that so now you know some basic some very powerful basics if you take advantage of that you can start to save a lot more money just as simple to do it now once you start to do that van how do you turn that into income when you retire and how do you manage that risk on that path to that end journey very good questions that it's this is what we spend a lot of time thinking about and so if you work for Google Intel Microsoft or apple on tail secret you have something called a back door Roth secret you do sounds kind of mysterious but it actually is pretty cool because right now you probably know for twenty twenty if you're under fifty the most you could put away in your four oh one K.'s nineteen five and if you're over fifty that number goes up to sixty five hundred dollars and you think that's it well guess what it's not that's the good news there's actually more you can put away a lot more but on top of that when you retire it can be tax free on the way out thank think about that so when you start to collect your social security if you were getting tax free income from your retirement account your tax rate could be super low in the future when taxes are probably going to be a lot higher at least my expectation who's going to pay for all the stimulus you and I are so get this if you do this type of conversion you.

"every two weeks" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"every two weeks" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"A week might be every two weeks initially governor also says anybody with symptoms of the virus can now get a free test go to clover dot Colorado dot gov for more info itching to dine at a restaurant again soon well the governor has no idea what could work well the way that restaurants can get to a hundred percent capacity even a hundred fifty percent is by spreading out in their parking lot their streets the sidewalk guidelines for Colorado restaurants to re open for dine in service expected soon the governor says he's taking public comment right now and we'll have an announcement on Memorial Day two Minnesota churches are suing their governor and asking a judge to allow places of worship to re open the true just claim it's unfair that only ten people are allowed to gather to worship but retailers can operate at fifty percent capacity the state's AG claims the churches are just playing politics instead of working to keep people safe another early start to the Atlantic hurricane season with tropical storm Arthur ABC news chief meteorologist ginger Zee are tropical storm warnings in place so new parents land but the heavy rain Morehead city all the way up the Outer Banks here's the good news the storm the center of it at least is going to be moving off the coast this is the sixth time this storm has been named before the season officially starts on June first and a geography teacher Coronado high school in the springs making masks to help your students learn about far away places students in the like at the fabric had to come from somewhere right so you could put geography and like this fabric came from Bangladesh or wherever teacher Melissa Johnson says it's also a great way to connect more with her students during this pandemic coming up on Colorado's morning news why the change on how coronavirus deaths in our state are counted we'll check in with the state health department next.

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"every two weeks" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"every two weeks" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Waiting for payday isn't working watch your hands please this is Kelly black she's been working at the Burger King in Epping New Hampshire for three years now she gets paid every two weeks but her bills don't pop up on that same schedule paying the light they'll you know if you don't pay it on time they tend to shut you off so you got to pay when it's do you send in the money and you over draft the account and the bank charges you a fee and it's just it's crazy over drawing your account taking money out that you don't have for a fee thirty five dollars so you end up paying twice as much for something that if you'd had access to your money sooner you would have had to pay that much US banks make billions in overdraft fees every year charging people who have zero dollars in their bank account and while Kelly has been struggling to pay her bills her boss the big boss the owner has also been struggling to attract and keep workers I understand you own a few burger kings how many DO approximately five hundred five that's zero to ninety around two and a half years ago the labor market started getting tight employment was high basically everyone had a job and deny NY says it started getting hard to find workers we had a restaurant we were opening in Stoughton Massachusetts and the restaurants that they're ready to open for three months because we couldn't get enough staff to open the restaurant SO two ninety starts offering perks we've got an aggressive bonus program we rolled out for one case we've raised wages and then he hears about an app that gives workers access to their earned wages daily daily pay than any told employees at a hundred of his New England burger kings try it if you want see what you think I was a little skeptical I mean are we really going to get our money the same day Kelly black was one of the first to sign up and the way the app works is they front the money if employees want to take their earnings before their paycheck comes then when their paycheck comes on the regular two week pay schedule it kind of makes a stop at daily pay and daily pay takes out with a friend it and then the rest of the paycheck continues on its way to the employee you can either transfer your earnings to your bank account now or the next day both for a fee the now is two ninety nine the next day is a dollar ninety nine okay so I'm gonna geo than now so you had to complete transfer so if I close out of that at and I opened my bank at and it shows me right there it's already in my account now she uses the apt two to three times a week to get gas or run to the grocery store or something like that yeah and Jeannie mall in with daily pace as users aren't actually taking out round dollar amounts they're not using it like an ATM they're taking very odd amounts which typically are the exact amount of a bill and there are a few apps like this now offering instant paid to workers from Six Flags and Kroger grocery stores to Walmart and McDonald's some without a fee to employees that's not an option for Kelly but she says that he is worth it to her to fill in the gap between paychecks no matter how hard you try and budget your money it's not always easy because things happen you get a flat tire a child needs something for school somebody gets sick it's kind of like paying an ATM fee to access your money which is not great for people who have zero dollars in their bank account but it's still cheaper than the interest on payday loans or overdraft.

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"every two weeks" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"every two weeks" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"As far as what happened to the as far as what happened to the bigger the tree dealing more often than not working when we see an issue like that it's usually a water issue either the it's not getting it's not getting enough water sometimes if sometimes it may not be getting enough fertilizer how how is it how is the tree being waters of being alive on a sprinkler system that I have the tree the tree in an average it's about five states about five foot high and I will the tree once a week and I would say anywhere between five to maybe eight gallons of water with the extremely good drainage it drains a really quick because I I really took painstakingly took my time when I first planted at a right by the book but about eight to ten I would say no more than eight gallons per week but is it true that when the leaves turn yellow is that too much water let loose water if the leaves turn yellow and start falling off in great numbers that usually an indication that it's staying too wet although if you have really good drainage that's probably not going to be an issue if the league if the leaves turn yellow and start to curl then that could be that could be an indication that it's getting to drive between watering suddenly an overnight if there is if you get a yellow if you get yellow veining down the middle of the foliage that can be an indication that it's not getting enough nitrogen and they and citrus are pretty heavy feeders they're gonna want to be fed probably about four times a year with a good with a good citrus avocados with the one we typically recommend is grow power but any any good citrus avocados food should be fine but they do they do like to be fat yeah with the with the nitrogen CO two to four times a year depending on which one which one you use the other thing as citrus start to mature they like A. like deep watering infrequently so what you would want to do is you want to turn you want to turn your hose until the water is just trickling out into getting absorbed into the ground about as fast as it's coming out of the hose and let it so then let it soak the tree for a few hours you want to you want the area underneath the tree all the way out to the drip line the edge of the foliage do you want that whole area under the tree to be saturated and if you do that then you only need to water about maybe if if it's really hot in the summer maybe every two weeks but is a usually about three every once every three weeks and then in the winter time when it cools off for if it's raining you can cut back to maybe even once every four weeks or more if we have a if we have a heavy rain cycle I say I say yes this is been a quite a learning experience I got two out of three trees that are doing well one out of three actually my nectarine tree and four years old now hasn't even it's a fantasia and hasn't started one bit of fruit yet but it's that it's a learning experience to learn what these trees like temperamental to say the least they can be I have a section in my side yard where I have three I had three citrus trees planted Lyman alignment tangerine and a lemon and the tangerine in the the tangerine and the lime are growing like crazy and and I killed the lemon tree I still can't figure out what I did to it but it it it it's dead so it's it's coming out of it and but I have to put a new one in but yeah it does I don't feel so bad now after you telling me that know every everybody's everybody's done it it's is it can be a learning experience that is for sure thank you very much the great call in the great show and I tune in every chance I get then I I write as fast as you guys because well thank you very much the we appreciate it all right you're welcome thank you again thank you have a great weekend you're listening garden talk here in a and seven sixty KFMB we're gonna take a quick break room back with more right after this AM seven sixty KFMB Walter Anderson nursery has been.

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"every two weeks" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"every two weeks" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"To him I love the fact that you mention payroll taxes because you and I know that the heart and soul of our great state and country or of course business owners how do you help business owners Bob because let's face it payroll taxes are awful well Ronnie we've got to analyze exactly what's going on in the business and how they're doing their payroll a lot of people trying to lump that payroll on to their accountant now they're accountants gonna deal with following the nine forty nine forty ones plus they're gonna handle their books there over well so we take a look at Hey do you need to have a separate payroll company handling these payroll for you so that your taxes do not go the link what when you run that payroll every two weeks you're going to have you know obviously your payroll come out but you got your nine forty nine forty ones that need to be paid and a lot of people will say Hey listen I'll pay that later I'm not going to pay that now because I need the money to do X. Y. Z. your payroll company of course you're immediately going to have that deducted from your bank account you don't see that money and your payroll taxes are automatically paid listen you're gonna need a free consultation with me if you got any of these issues one eight hundred six nine five thirty ten that's one eight hundred six nine five thirty ten as you can obviously tell I love our tax man because he's all in for you alright everybody I'm at a time but I want to give a special shout out to two of the most important man in my life you see I love riding bicycles with you rusty and with you Jesse and I wish you both a very Happy Birthday hope you have a wonderful weekend and you have a chance to get on your bike and have some joy have a great week everybody I'll see you next week on the run he doing radio.

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"every two weeks" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"every two weeks" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"CBS sports radio because. June evil laugh here. Some NBA teams days ever acting coming some oil sign players that they will come to hate some teams to get screwed along the way. And yet, the players will all get paid. You know, we've been talking so much free agency, and now it's here America, now it is here for us to actually be able to sink our teeth into and talk about where these players are actually going to end up. And if it's going to make a happy sad. Glad does your team have a backup plan is your team's screwed. If a player goes, I feel terrible for the team to get Cairo Irving, because having seen that Dink inaction for two years with the Boston Celtics, God bless you. I'm getting that guy. You found the gresh show on CBS sports radio. We are coast to coast and border to border in America's hat, known as Canada, you can hit me up on Twitter at the real gresh, and yes, it is. Now, finally time it is time for these players to actually have to sit and make a decision. It's time for all the games too. End it's time for all the drama to end because we know these NBA players, they love their drama, and wool was me their life is so hard. They'll be willing to tell anyone as to just how tough it is to collect those multi-million dollar pay checks every two weeks or so. And. Boy. It's just a what a process. I mean, really, you know, like Kyrie Irving is all Nava, stay over in Japan tweet now or put stuff on Instagram about greed and this that and whatnot and just. Just who we loads of hooey, these guys live in a world where they have to have their Aaron kissed where they have to be the center of attention where they have to be the star. And then if they don't get their shots. There's a problem. But you know what? All of us are held hostage by their talent. And that is a part of the reason why we are going to sit here today and we're going to talk about all these players because I little pre show conversation with my man Billy Jack send him those photos ladies. He wants to see at Billy. I'm kind of kidding. Because we've talked about Billy's ex- exploits before. But be that as it may. And Billy is a nets fan. And I told him I give you half the season before you start before you start to really sink your teeth in and start to get aggravated. A career Ving hell folks, this is how crazy the NBA free agency is a player is going to be signed by team probably by the end of the day on Monday..

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"every two weeks" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

08:34 min | 3 years ago

"every two weeks" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"Welcome back. We have every second week have Johnson gray from New Zealand. His website before spe-, EPO R, US dot com. Mazing e books videos, materials, you'll find nowhere else on earth and strongly recommend you purchase support. This mystery pray for them and trade for the truce getting out to the people. These are the times of the end, and the logical proof of the bible is essential. Johnson. What do you want to cover today? Continue in the forbidden sacred actually we have a book house on this one and it's the. Actually, to forbidden secrets as every rescue plan that the late have spoiled as a prison this grit and keep it secret from the public, and as we go through the next few broadcast. We'll be charting the rescue playing from the you will order so that the Oldham it rescue Kohl's is the celebration and the world events. That's going to be involved in this. We can cover a lot of these two Bill. I think it's very important and fascinating subject. So, by the way, one of the big issues going on here in America, the Alabama legislation just passed the pro-life Bill to the point where all worship as illegal, including even rape incest, and the doctor can be put in prison from ten to ninety nine years. And oh believe it or not even Pat Robertson says things extreme on drudge report dot com, thinks extreme life in prison for docs, Pat Robertson calls extreme not extreme. It's murder. In thirty four years is the lowest birth rate and delivery of babies in American thirty four years, even races going by, and I have to tell you is Genesis as a researcher in a person access to classified material. The future human race is going to be transhumance. It'll be genetically hybridize was DNA from different father species in general, and it'll be cybernetic enhanced to actually interface directly with the SuperNet the race is over for as I'm concerned if this so-called March against the, the life of the unborn from the moment of conception continues by Rovers way, which, by the way, after the third movie comes out, this fall Rovers wait. I'm trying to get a Jon Voight on and Nick Loeb. I have contacted dean Cain play superman, who was the producer of the Gaza movie. But people need to understand what's going on here. This is the end of the game. God is going to bring judgment now 'cause I can supersede the end of grace for America in the world from world raises them. Oh, yes. Definitely. I we, we've never been so so bad. There's no sensitize of Noah. And of course, the book of Genesis says won't flesh was corrupted, and that's genetic engineering, you corrupt the species, you, you corruptly the image of God, that he's put into man. Right. And genetic news cropped wasn't just burchell of a bad ideas. The NEF limb actually hybridise in genetic crop of the human race. So it was no longer, truly just human, and people need to understand God brings judgment to get rid of that monstrosity, which he did was the flood of Noah. If he doesn't do now you have to jaws to people of as well, what he did promise. You never destroyed the worse with water, but he's going to destroy this fire people don't realize that same promise, actually means the nose at some future date has God is precedent, a past president future destruction by fire is coming means thermonuclear war, and we have right now largely line and try to get a hold of politicians like Mark Diaz Balart of twenty fifth district Forida, and he backtracked on the all the Russians are there, but they don't have not your liar. You probably know yourself meant that the Russians do have new stare. The Russians are backing the nukes are for Hezbollah in Iran in, in Iraq and Syria aimed directly to Israel, and Israel has the same option. They can nuke every city in the world. From nukes inside the city capitals. And from space space based weapons system, which we helped them build people to understand the end of the ages coming really quickly and I believe we're at the point where it's possible. I'm not gonna say prophetically but possible that the last fully, you know, not dictator, but president of the United States is Donald Trump. He's perfect man. And he's, you know, he's a pre Christian. I call it but oh my gosh. Things are we look at the democratic side? They're all baby killers right up to and after the birth we had this doctor in, in Virginia, the talked about this was fully appear attrition. We have New York state and other states actually have infanticide after they're born. So we have the pro-life bills down. Ala Bama, we have six five or six hundred states that actually have heartbeat bills, Texas, fascinating, very restricted Bill to this is going to force it to Rovers his way and America's hanging judge right now hanging by a thread in terms of the grace of God, isn't it? The whole world is just hanging there. Right. So let's get into these special issues you wanna talk about today. The people understand it's not gonna be are it's going to save people. We just if they deliver the truth. The ones going to save is God period. We have basically be co participants. When I like to do this, in tune teach, people, I have a prophetic and apostolic calling. So I know three or four free by five cards are thus as Lord, not my opinion, but I'm basically I baked by guy. I carry the bait bucket for the most high God. So you we carry the bait back. He's fishermen man. We aren't isn't he. Yeah. Well, for any listeners who still believe in the theory of evolution, I would like to just come as this from a different angle this morning, because the fact is we, we have to destroy that Syrian people's Mons before they'll even be interested in looking at what gold is going to. Well, one theory is, is a gun to the fact and that's the is a ferry story for results. And it was invented because people wanted to keep God out of their laws. Okay. Now relies I an imaginary journey and the journey were explores suddenly could help me believe there ause, and he was an unloving city and Monson just stood gaping, shedding look to just see how all these pages of machinery, put together. So intricately designed his companion Kirkwood. It might them by survey. The scene wonder and the mountains, it will I use thinking would on thinking companion look at him. He said, hell, most brilliant, modern engineers, couldn't construct the. 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WGN Radio

13:15 min | 3 years ago

"every two weeks" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Career as a paramount starlet who went onto appear nearly every major TV series of the fifties. Sixties and seventies. And soon came that fateful phone call from producer Garry Marshall that made her an overnight success and changed her life in Mary's book, my days, happy and otherwise Marion stories one of inspiration, persistence and gratitude and assure you that journey with us Marion Ross joins us once again tonight. Very and how are you? Well, I am. So well. My question being raised in the mid west. I think it is very grounded. You are. And we had those winters. Albert Lea Minnesota. Absolutely did. Well, I gotta tell you. I really love this book. Marion I and I knew you know, as a fan and a friend about your career, but not so much about, you know, personally in growing up and so forth and the book is beautifully on. And honestly told. Because my my brother, Gordon was a little crippled boy who's very bad leg, and and they had to take his leg off below below the knee when he when he was sixteen. So I think I deal contribute because of him. I think I told him that one time when I was all grown up and successful. I said, oh, everything to you. If it weren't for you. Be me. I wouldn't I wouldn't be what turned out to be. And he he didn't say it that way. But I said, no, I. My because I was so strong and healthy. And I had to make up for. I felt a lot of what he was missing. You know? Wow, that's very cool. And I know you also kind of credit your son with with putting this book together too. Because you know, I've I've heard you tell stories, and I always kind of thought in my mind, gosh, why hasn't she written a book yet? But your son kind of encourage you to put it all together, right? Wonder write a book now, and Jim said don't know mind, and I'm bringing this band is come into the house. I really really. Yeah. That'd be swell. And and lo and behold, David laurel. He got me. He would get me talking. You know, he'd get me talking had this tape recorder. Because if you ask me to sit down to write a book, I I I'm not a writer. Yeah. Right. Yeah. But you can tell great stories, and I know you start this book with really talking about your childhood, and you can say you really did have a pretty happy childhood growing up. I did. I I didn't know that you know. Yeah. I I had such I first of all the second little girl. My I'm the middle child. Are you you it'll turn on the oldest attitude old. Yeah. I see. So. Being the middle child and second little girl. I had to work really hard to get. And then a crippled brother. I get any attention at all. Yeah. Yeah. I had to be so damn cute. Yeah. Yeah. And you were always seeking and I and I read this. You are always seeking your dad's attention, right? No. Yeah. I was aware. Yeah. In a very young age that people were watching me, then I'd get shooter than ever. Yeah. So that's something that really inspired. You pretty young that you wanted to get kind of into this business because I wanted to people I wanted to tension and yet I'm very modest person. But I still wanted attention. If you don't mind, if if you don't mind where it would be like me. I will kill myself up on that stage. It who just watch me. Yeah. Fetig? I thought it's so if I could roll that outgrow that need never did my daughter's middle child, and I know that's exactly how she feels. Sometimes he really has to rank to listen to get her tensions get a much older brothers. She's got a much younger, brother. And so that. Yeah. So I think I think I get what you're saying there. And I know what you're younger to you didn't really have a TV in the house, but you were very entertained by theater magazines, movie, magazines radio and theater and feeder for specifically. But as young girl in Minnesota acting was something, and as you said was something you're always thinking about doing. Oh, yes. But it was the movie we went to the movies. Yeah. But I I don't know if you are familiar with no coward. Some people aren't okay. No. Great English playwright. Yeah. Song and dance man have a fabulous. So that one that one of the first books I would read when I went to the library. His autobiography and he was like in England, and he was like six or seven years old Saturday in show business. I was already I was already thirteen fourteen. So I I thought I brought to get going. That's awesome. So that provided some good inspiration. Because I know you also, you know, spend a lot of time in the library to talking about reading who's who's books and. Right right in training understand. How people got from where they started to where they were because you needed. You wanted to kick to know what you needed to do to get to that next level. Now, all of a sudden, they're famous. Well, what happened was I know that I know I love that. I love that. That. Actually read the book. I did. I did. Absolutely. Well, say you you started you were in the seventh grade production of the adventures of Tom Sawyer. And and as you said your family did move around a lot. And you didn't always find the place that you were living the atmosphere that appealing, but you would always find refuge in the movie theater. Oh, yes. Yes. And I and I would read and read autobiographies of actors. Yeah. But movies movies? Of course, we they only change the movie like every two weeks. Right. So. Maybe I would cherish it so much play it over and over in my head. You know, what was wonderful wonderful. Now, we are inundated with entertainment. Our way is too much issues from too much too much was. It was terribly special and the movie magazines the movie stars in those days. We don't have that anymore now that maybe on the Oscar night, but not the glamour that really did back in the day now. Yeah. And if you look at those beautiful photographs of the stars, the what the wasn't a Mark that was it shouldn't be bells. All retouched take work. They will perfection. They were gonna they don't. Yeah. They absolutely. Yeah. They absolutely were back then and you now what's interesting in my book, if I got to work with I have a picture with Clark Gable? I have a picture with Cary Grant. I I mean, I thought the pictures were book and really kind of told the story of what you were doing because I was looking at this. You know, you went obviously went to study drama macphail center of the arts you went to San Diego university. And you got married you move to Hollywood early on, you know, as you were trying to. To make you make it big there in Hollywood. And you eventually got a studio contract at paramount you dealt with some struggles, you know, with your husband at the time and alcohol, and and you know, having a drink and smoke in the fifties wasn't that uncommon? But this was probably a little over the top. No, everybody. Everybody's smoking. Right. Because I'm coming from Scots Presbyterian bother with very little drinking. So I wasn't. Oh, I didn't think that was going to be a problem. Anybody? Right. Well, so I found that at night. Yeah. Yeah. You did. But you know, you still, you know, with that said you still forged forward. You you were talking about some of the icons that you work with along which Rogers William Holden, you know, and you played an Irish made very early on in love this because you know, you think about the Brooklyn Bridge days you played an Irish man on life. I always doing I like doing accent. Yeah. I I had I could do an Irish accent. And I like the father I loved that we live at CBS with Leon Ames and Lorraine Tuttle live. You know, no mistakes before there was so I I was always I would love to imitate the way people talk. If I listen, I I would sit when I would like in the third grade with a girl that, you know, really cute. A little way. So I was thinking it would so cute, and I smoked so maybe it wait, I imitated that. And and the next thing I know we were both sent to a remedial speech class of. That's. I snapped out of it right away. But she's rare to stay suppose. Yeah. That's cool. No, that's that was very early television too. I mean, and I I was reading this life with father, even though it was broadcast in black and white. They actually they actually broadcast in color because the don't had a color TV back. Then. Yeah. When you get to be as old as I am like this this industry, in fact, when I was at paramount it and I was twenty twenty two years old. Yeah. Twenty three under contract to paramount. Everybody all the big stars were there on the live. I mean at lunch time Marlene Dietrich would come swooping into the commissary Phoebe demille with in this little alcove around the corner. I mean all. It's all happening. He had what's head of the of the wardrobe department, and you would go up there and Edith pant would pick out something for you to wear out. So it was thrilling. Yeah. Thrilling back then. Absolutely. And you did your share of mentally movies under contract? But you also did a ton of television house this Donna Reed burns and Allen father knows best. The Glenn Miller story you played a mail order bride in an episode of rawhide the fugitive. The the outer limits operation petticoat would carry grand Tony Curtis. The original Hawaii five o the Brady bunch. But like other young actors and actresses you had to list of both struggles and successes, right? Absolutely. It's not. I hope everybody knows. It's not an easy business now. Easy children. You know, and. I would watch I wouldn't watch some of these actresses that make in time, you know, and getting ahead of bay. And I would think but I will show world brought up. I was careful with myself shares. Okay. So that's why it it took me a long time to really get established. I would like I was in my early fifties with with a happy days. You know, that's crazy because I was so careful with my life. Sure. Sure. Well, you know in the late sixties you got divorced now. You've got kids you've got finances. You know, you get a home to pay for and you sensually kind of had a start over. And I know you hit a friendship with Sandra Gould who is MRs Kravitz from bewitched. Yeah. And she told you about this this pilot that was happening. And it was the new family in town, which was a prelude to to happy days. Of course. Yes. On love American style. It was not. Yeah. So I I all her a great deal, and she had may come over for dinner, and the casting woman and simple as that. Wow. Wow. Housing. 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"every two weeks" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"every two weeks" Discussed on Good Life Project

"But I I would mentor every we had every two weeks that you Asian, and we'd have we'd have a Skype for for an hour and. He had a screenplay them. I was like dude seems Bruno brittle. What are you doing in the morning? He's like, oh, okay. Literally Jonathan three months later, four months later. We got on the thing. And he's smiling. He's holding up a stack of paper. And he's like this is it. I'm like, what are you? What what is that? He says I wrote a screenplay every morning at five o'clock, I got up and I did it. He's like I could've he's I've been sitting on this for three years. I'm like okay now what? Now, the hard part is the hard part. He's realize he had a voice, and he did the work. But now the hard part is now you gotta show it. Now, you gotta get it out into the world, and you're gonna that's where the fear comes in. You know, all beginnings hard because they're all based on. Okay. What's going to happen? Then the public really terrifies. And you know, we live in a lot of a lot of us are afraid to divulge who we are. Because we live in fear that someone may not like it. And I gotta tell you baby. Somebody's not gonna like it. That's just how works you can't be for everybody, you know, modern advertising wants to be for everybody. And that's why they don't say anything can't say anything can't have an opinion. So when you back to SVA as a teacher, what do you want to do? What do you what are you trying to accomplish by going there? When I went back like I said I wanted to be the guy who fires and it took me a number of years. I got comfortable, and I was bringing in all these ideas that I like to play with and all these ideas from one of my mentors Ahah of polish designer named Henrik Tom shefty who he worked in in wars on the as a as a as a teacher in the fifties and sixties and seventies. And he was just he said, I didn't know how to teach. So I was trying to teach people how to think so I was using his assignments, and I was using my own ideas. And after a couple years, I realized oh my God. I'm teaching his third year instructor at the school of visual arts, and I'm not teaching graphic design because I'm not teaching form or color, or what it looks like I decide my students. No, I didn't care. What it looked like I cared? What it said? And they knew that in a crit situation. If there was a piece in the wall, and maybe it has. Some stones on it. With some words. You know words on the stone or something? And and the all the students know that who's ever that wasn't looks like we were going to see an okay, Anna, tell us about it. And she says well when I was a kid they everybody knew right? There was just like going to be when I was a kid. My father took me to beach every summer. We never went to the water. We just walked up and down the beach, and we collected rocks. And here's why in like, oh my God. You got me. You got me. That's awesome. You know, and the and what would happen is students would have a revolt van eventually. And they'd say, I know we're doing this thing. And we're we're trying to tell their own stories, and we're trying to put our voice our opinion into work. But they said, but if it's so particular to me, how's it going to have meaning to other people? And I'd say, you know, what matters to you matters to other people in the particular lies universal. You know, the more honest filmmaker can be in divulging the truth about the story, you the more memorable. The film is going to be more. Meaning it's going to have. And that's just how it works. You know in any..

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"every two weeks" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"every two weeks" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"So as I say partisanship and expediency are incredible drugs every two weeks L head Omar the fresh face. The fresh faces so much freshness. So much incredible face of the Democratic Party. You know, the person on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine because she's so fresh and so face every two or three weeks, she gets caught up in saying, something openly anti semitic. That's not an exaggeration since the beginning of the year. She has twice had to apologize for her own anti-semitism. Well, get ready for apology number three because I'm sure that's on the way. I it's unbelievable. She literally cannot go for two weeks without saying, something openly anti semitic. So last night. She was speaking in Washington DC at a bookstore cafe called busboys and poets. She's speaking next to fellow anti semitic Representative Rashida laid now you'll recall that last time, we did the anti semitic. Democrats not stuff Ilhan, Omar got herself in trouble because she suggested that Jewish money was creating American support for Israel. She tweeted out it is about it's all about the Benjamins. Well in the middle of this event somebody's shouts out. It's all about the Benjamins, and Omar and tally. But both start smiling along because remember, Omar, she apologized without reservation except for made any of it. And that wasn't the worst of what she had to say. She started talking about how Israel is terrible and evil. It's just like South Africa. It's a horrible terrible place. And then she goes even further then she suggests that people who support Israel have dual loyalties, which is a key antisemitic trope, it's a key anti semitic strategy that refused to leave has used herself. So here's Ellen Omar using it. Allegiance horn country. Why? The fossil fuel. And talk about powerful lobby. Okay..

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"every two weeks" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"every two weeks" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Game to Uncle Sam did throw it down the toilet to going those what? So it's it's a it's a it's a it's a lose lose either way look at for the average person, and they have no idea at all. Just it's terrible. Well, a CD, obviously, you're not going to get a lot back on that kind of investment right now. Because of where we are right now as a marketable to say credit card interest for an example, let's say I think I'm being generous the average credit card is ten percent. I think it's a little higher than that. But for conversation sake. Let's say ten percent if you were using the money in your paycheck every two weeks to knock down your credit card interest. I. The mount of money, you're saving we'd be in the hundreds of dollars because you had it in your Bank account over the course of a year. So just the savings there. It's it's it's phantom savings because when wasn't money that was on top of your current Bill, but it's money you'd be able to save in the long run by giving Uncle Sam your money over the course of twelve months, and then him how nice from giving it back to us. That'd be a horrible business decision. But what's people do what people do? And I understand the argument. Well, I'm not with money. So I kind of look at that as saving money. Well, yeah, you are. But you could be saving more money. If you had it in the first place. Exactly, Matt you're in Waukesha. Matt you're on the Mark Belling show. News talk eleven thirty WFAN. Great topic. And I couldn't agree with you more. Most people just don't understand basic tax code the other thing I'd like to point out, and this goes even further beyond and and certainly the the folks don't understand their own taxes wouldn't understand this. But in some of the higher tax states during no longer able to take off more than ten thousand dollars worth of state tax. So yeah, those folks that were taking let's say twenty thousand dollars off at state tax in California before they can only take ten thousand off now. So there figured into that average return for people in America. And it just it's just another thing that the media's just leaving out of these articles. But again, your main premise, you're spot on with to appreciate the call very much. Thank you. We'll move on. Especially because the nation's credit card debt. Is as high as it's ever been in. If you can't tell if this is a hot topic issue with me. Get ready because while border security and healthcare and terrorism and tax cuts are important issues ones that our government needs to figure out. This is the issue. That I would hope members of both parties they need to come together to figure out because it's going to affect everyone sooner rather than later in. The problem is getting worse. Rather than better? And I'm gonna give great examples of that coming up next three forty six. I'm Dave Michaels in for Mark Belling, NewsTalk eleven thirty WINS. Celebrate fifteen years of art and community at.

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"every two weeks" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"every two weeks" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Shower habits every two weeks every two week our every two weeks, you'll an idiot though, change in the tolerance chamber you. Okay. Look, I'm not gonna judge because I'm sure going off a smell. Sometimes I might have touched up two weeks does seem a little long. Well, that goes with the rest of laundry. Yeah. You should probably get more bad though. How often do you change your sheets? Same time every two weeks. I feel like I change my sheets less is that gross. I don't know. I'm not here to judge look. I don't think I changed my sheets. Where's ryan? He was supposed to call us and give us an update of what happened the the helping container. How many emails did did you get with the lot a lot of helping container serious over a hundred over serious problems. Yeah. It's going to be difficult to pin down what our next mission should be. Because there's a lot of our listeners, incredibly helpful. There's some people that said, my wife left, me and sad. I can't do anything about that. I hate to break it to you. Maybe our listeners could because they were incredibly, nice, and helpful. To Ryan we. Yeah, we do need do need to touch base. I was reading some of the feedback on Ryan's appearance. And, you know, nice nice. I think people get positive feedback people. Did that thing where it was like, oh, it was a mess. More like. Yeah. Like, they're like they were just like Ryan talks you much which I thought he'd back. That's what I've learned. He is hopeful at all. How's this helpful? I thought Ryan did. Alright, man. I feel like he got off to a slow start a little bit. He was a little nervous. But I feel like he got I found his footing. Well, I need to find out how that one because the helping container actually needs to help just can't be this is I know conceptually, you know, or the marching band, and you know, is it good title. Could you don't have to really help it don't you want to actually achieve something? Don't you want? Something actually to be achieved. Don't you want to change someone's life with this? Now, I really. Billy Gill, you're going to Atlanta. Yeah. Tomorrow. We'll see. Because if its knows I hate to break it the night getting on that plane. What you're not. You're not getting it's gonna snow. Thank god. Is that in Minnesota? Because it sounds like negative twenty two there this year last year. Oh, no. What is it in Atlanta right now? Like, what are you looking at the projections is like in the thirties forties? But I just got. I just got a text on my phone, which I don't even know how it happened that says in inclement weather could potentially impact your upcoming flight. Find additional information at options, and it was mid fifties. When we got here this morning, and you were dressed as if you were going to Minnesota. So I can only imagine what you have packed rare. Lanna? What do you mean? I was wearing layers. It's cold a leather jacket over a sweater over a hoodie. It's cold. I just went hoodie. Okay. You you were wearing so you had three layers on. And didn't weren't you like a Scully? No. I was not knowing the hat that. I'm wearing right now. Okay. I thought oh are we laughing it off as if it's ridiculous Billy does bundle up and scully's wanna touch? Fifties. Yeah. It gets cold. This isn't a fashion show people and trying to stay warm. It's it's only fifty. Yeah. It's cold. Okay. I mean, I don't I don't nit pick your outfits. More than welcome to. I was wearing a jacket. I've been doing this thing where I walked down the shoreline. It was so nice out there in the mid fifties. I guess I'm now a grizzled veteran of the colder weather being that I spent essentially a month in New York in England. I'm so used to it. I got she'll in my veins, I guess any. Well, so Anthony Davis trade machine Tyler Johnson. It'll be actual Tra and Pat Riley, and you know, what if New Orleans if Rich Paul says, he's not going to send the extension. I'm good for pie way. How do you? How do you work with Rich Paul nowadays? Is that bridge burned? When I see Rich, Paul..

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"every two weeks" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"every two weeks" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Or, hey, the stock market just did something funky, and you're worried and you're gonna stop with contributing at the moment. No, what these workers did among all of the workers in the country. This study found that those who kept contributing did not interrupt. It. No matter what their accounts grew on average fourteen percent of the year. Now that doesn't mean that the investments they chose gained fourteen percent a year. We know they didn't. I mean, the S and P five hundred was only up twelve percent a year. How do these people's accounts grow by fourteen? It's because they were getting the employer match, and it was because they were taking advantage of something called dollar cost average. When you do this when you invest with every single paycheck. You're investing the same amount of money at a regular interval. You know, call it a hundred bucks every two weeks when the stock market fluctuates in value dollar cost averaging where you're investing the same amount of money at a regular interval doesn't matter. The amount doesn't matter the interval. What matters is that you're consistent when you're dollar cost averaging when the stock market fluctuates you actually benefit because when the price of the market goes down when the shares are cheaper in your mutual fund you end up buying more shares. You get lots of shares at low prices fewer shares of high prices and the arithmetic works in your favor. And that's what helped these folks grow their account balances better than anybody else. If you're not sure you're getting the biggest bang for your buck in your 4._0._1._K plan. Call us we can show you how to.

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"every two weeks" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"every two weeks" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Once every two weeks when I have something important to say. Eight hundred nine nine nine eight zero zero seven eight hundred nine nine nine eight zero zero seven or assets and a gene dot com. Planning for long term care is a series of questions and answers. It's a system that is not user friendly. Hospitals aren't real patient friendly anymore. A rehab are not real patient friendly anymore. They don't talk to each other. People don't understand how to transition from one to the other information is sometimes complete sometimes faults somewhat times. Inaccurate. Transitional care. Nobody understands how do I go from a hospital to rehab to a nursing home or to assisted living or to home who's gonna take care of me? How are you gonna pay for it? Nobody talks about transitional care. And it's all about understanding transitional care as we get older. And the upcoming week. I'm going to have weeks I'm gonna have some guests on and we're going to talk about a lot of this in more detail. So always try to listen to this show with a pencil and paper or you can go back and listen to it afterwards because it's it's archived on my website. All my podcasts and radio shows are archived not all of them. But the last six or eight or always archived. So you can go to my website and listen to them. So if you didn't get a chance to listen to this dire show, you can go to my website, assets and aging dot com. And you can listen to the entire show or to my podcasts, which are also archived. Eight hundred nine nine nine eight zero zero seven. Assets and aging dot com. I can't tell you how much I appreciate those of you who listen. For twenty years on calf PK, I there can't be many shows other than the news on KFI PK. And and the the Gardner that have been on longer than I have..

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