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Google Maps gets a new icon and more tabs to celebrate 15th anniversary

A VerySpatial Podcast

03:15 min | 10 months ago

Google Maps gets a new icon and more tabs to celebrate 15th anniversary

"So I up in the news Some news news from Google which dovetails into our news right because we share same birth year as Google maps so google maps as Google maps. Right so so fifteen years anniversary is coming up for Google maps so other freshening it up and I think they've already started rolling out Some of them the features this week so on the Fifteenth Anniversary Yes via the IRS. Because I've got the new icon which totally threw there. You go up yet because I I rarely Unless the Carson where you use the Google maps on my phone with someone pulls up and it a class or something so anyway. I haven't looked at it yet on my phone own my android phone but anyway It's kind of again just reminder. Oh my goodness so. The year Google maps started and very special. PODCAST started right kids born that year now just about old enough to date. Oh my God. Where does the time go about old enough to date? Yeah very all right. Sorry for come from Small Little House on the Prairie Times officially right officially Atlanta. We can debate that back and forth. What that ages but fifteen eighteen year still in many states? They can get their learner's permit. How about that can get your Lurs fit to drive permit to drive? It's kind of Yelp like in my mind that does that did you look at it frank. What the yeah I mean? It's it's walk eight so I was up in the bridgeport PA area yesterday. And I was driving on an area area that I know so I was in my car and went to turn on Google maps and I had saw the news that it was updated but it might pay attention when it was doing that and I have all my apps that took this auto update because I got tired of doing it every twenty minutes of an update so map so it updated and I am sitting in traffic trying to figure out how to start Google maps and I couldn't didn't 'cause I'm like where's the Congo that's all I've got it and then switched the icon on me and that's thirty off and then ended up to pull over because I couldn't get serious. It tight talk the address properly. I had to type it in and it's it's different. It's you're right it's very yelp like and I had used a Yo to get to the first place always had gone to so I was really thrown off because I was like wait a minute. I'm not using yelp just trying to get back to the highway and I it. There are a a lot of overlaps in this style. Chosen and it's understandable. I think because there's so much that they put in there in terms of restaurants and gas stations things that are in Yelp nope yes and that's all right is to guide you to this these things but I haven't tried it out yet but the the video factory were just looking at one of the live you to the augmented reality. Pretty thingy looks pretty cool so these are things that are coming in the near future to all the again to this refresh for the fifteenth year. I'm really looking forward to that. One it it takes me back to the the early days of of attempts at a are on the mobile phones but I still remember the fun one from was at Nokia City Lens. Nobody remember that for me but I was like I really liked that one. But anyhow Lots of lots of stuff coming from Google for Google maps. Some stuff already out so watch for that this year On your mobile devices as you're navigating

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Chris Reining on Personal Finance Decisions & How to be Financially Free

Optimal Finance Daily

04:45 min | 1 year ago

Chris Reining on Personal Finance Decisions & How to be Financially Free

"Get right to the post and start optimizing your life sir. I'm financially independent now. What by Chris Rining of Chris RINING DOT COM? Today's question comes. From David. He asks quote. I happened upon your site today and engaged in some Sunday morning. Binge reading very much enjoyed reading your articles and appreciate your efforts to help others and transform their lives in reading through the questions that have been posed to you. I noticed that most of the questions concern ways to save and invest of course amassing sufficient resources. Resources is a necessary. Step too early retirement but it doesn't address the harder at least me question of who wants to be nor of what one wants to accomplish in in retirement. I've been fortunate to have a successful career. As an attorney for the past sixteen years between a healthy income and a lifelong habit of saving. I can retire now at is still pretty. Youthful forty one. If I were to choose to do so while I enjoy the intellectual aspects of my job and the relationships that I have with many of my colleagues I find myself considering the same and thought that you mentioned that is there must be something more to life than doing this day. In and day out I would also enjoy reducing the stress and anxiety in my life that comes from my work. All of that said I'm not quite sure who I would be separate from my profession. My question for you is. What process did you go through to consider how you wanted to spend your life post employment point? I would imagine that it is a continuing process for you and others but I'm interested in how you approach the issue and quote like I always say early. Retirement has has nothing to do with doing nothing. It's about gaining control over your time. Time is your most valuable resource like mark. Cuban says quote. You can't buy it you can't find it you can't store it you can't trade it and quote and that's why people want to become financially independent. They realized that every day their life is getting shorter and wasting a single minute. Doing things they don't want to do is a waste of life. I was friends with an executive and he told me that he hated his job. And didn't WanNa keep doing what he was doing and then he said this. Is it it for me. Meaning he was going to keep doing what he hated for the rest of his life because he wasn't willing to give anything up which is typical for guys in their forties. They're working some high pay a high stress job thinking superficial things will make them happy measuring themselves against other people. I know because that's what I was doing. In my twenties I bought a BMW. A two hundred under thousand dollar CONDO and started flying smaller planes. If you never stop and think about any of this how you're living then you're destined to spend your life filling it with more stuff trying being to impress other people instead you can have a more meaningful life by filling it with stuff. That's important to you. That's the question you need to be asking yourself. What's important to me and if you ask people this question most of them will say things like freedom and flexibility great? But that doesn't mean anything you have to dig deeper so freedom becomes time and time turns into the question. What would I do with it? My answer one work on what. I'm passionate about to challenge myself. Alf continued to grow and three heaven impact on the greatest amount of people. Yeah pretty simple. And now whenever you're faced with some major life decision like quitting a fifteen eighteen year career. It's these little rules that help guide you. This is how to start optimizing your life for meaning and significance to stop measuring yourself against other people and start measuring yourself self against what's important to you. It's how to wake up. People would kill to be in your financial situation because people are always telling me that they want to be doing anything other than going to work. I mean seventy percent of workers hate their jobs. They're telling me if they were financially independent. They'd spend their time watching their kids. Grow up doing more meaningful work or taking a risk. Ask to try something new. The reason you haven't quit yet is because you're attached to work the nine to five routine the relationships with co workers your identity as an attorney. It's it's a dependency. Quitting means taking a big step from the known to the unknown. It means making yourself uncomfortable but you change and grow the most by making yourself. The the most uncomfortable and the best part of quitting is when people ask you what you do for a living. Someone asked me this the other day. Nothing really know like what do you do for work. This is always a hard question to answer because our ridiculous. Does it sound saying you retired in your thirties or forties. But it's true you no longer have to work for money. So I'm spending my time reading writing and thinking working out doing yoga meditating life slows way down and if you think having this level of freedom and control all over your time we'll make you happier or that. Your time is better. Spent some other way because you figure out what's important to you then quit. It'll be the greatest gift you ever gave yourself. And the worst I possible outcome

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Inside Digital China With Jeffrey Towson

Digital Business Models

14:28 min | 1 year ago

Inside Digital China With Jeffrey Towson

"High at one for police station. We We'd ask Jeff we had a speaker on China and Asia that grants visas professor at Beijing University and older older of a great book which is really a quick greeting driven understanding about China which is called the one hour channel Hannibal so thank you Jimmy disquisition Jeffrey now pleasure to be here. Thank you so let's start from urology actually actually get you know to study the Chinese Market Economy Ellison your story I just a sort of international international business guy doing a lot of deal stuff's out of the Middle East and slowly started doing more with Asia this is good fifteen eighteen years ago and I was sort of half in the developing world in half in the US and it was pretty clear that Asia was the place to be early early on and China and Asia was just going to be a huge story so I was kind of on the ground is pretty obvious what's going to happen so I started focusing more and more on China Asia and I've been doing that ever since I still keep about half my time in China half my time in the US which is just an endless opportunity 'cause there's always new stuff to do and it's also pretty enjoyable lights so that's kind of where I settled days one foot in China one foot in the US which is gets more and more more interesting every single year absolutely of course suitable also to see all the things and the differences and similarities between Howelsen Woodson the the landscaper right now that the most interesting backup tech companies probably messy before for for a few years and I guess your good spectator and also protagonist of these which is interesting so and then in the book you actually mentioned seeks Mega trends that shape than actually are s shaping China in the Chinese economy. I am looked at those make sense. Can you give us just a short as an option about Those ones will be this is a CO author author. Jonathan Mackenzie we know China's confusing and there's a lot going on. It's a big place very complicated and what we did is we sorta pointed. Look at least major economic trends happening that our long-term these. Are you know thirty forty year trends if you if you I can understand those a lot of the chaos becomes a lot more understandable and so the trends. We started to look at where things that were driving. The revenue are the cost structures of companies and out of that we we identified sort of six number one. We is urban as ation just the fact that in China reopened to the world nineteen eighty about eighty percent of the population west farms and twenty percent in this city which is usually pretty much the inverse of most developed countries I so there's just been a steady movement of people into cities which is still happening today. That creates a lot of economic drives. We also like to things like manufacturing manufacturing scale just a lot of money capital rising Chinese consumers which is something that's really become important in the last five to ten years. I digital China and then what we call brainpower behemoths which is just there's there's more and more people with advanced degrees. China's not liking us to be in nineteen ninety minutes engineers and PhD's and artists and a lot of advanced skills now so we kind of looked at those six EXC trends and that that's held up pretty well over time. This little model used a lot of most of the major companies. You see are writing one or two of those trends so so far it's held up. Its minimum four to five years so we'll see but I think it's pretty solid most of those. Things are going on for at least another decade gate if not longer and then we'll say interesting. What time do you think it will be really going on a steeler in the in in the next I mean of course the Sikhs Mega as you said that we would be going on or thirty four thirty forty years but some of them really started the banking the against inspecting the eighties so those spence that you see losing momentum and which ones are the ones that I really any moment I can get. You know it'd be nice to from your side perspective random in the ones that were easier to predict where urbanization manufacturing shrink capital just a lot of money because it's just been steadily narrowing. I mean it's literally a linear line. Just dry nineteen eighty two today and it's just a stray raid law. The ones were little more unpredictable. Were rising Chinese consumers which you know they were not really an economic factor ten years years ago. People didn't talk about Chinese consumers ten years ago. They weren't buying much even know they had income and savings well. That's changed dramatically in the last five to ten years now. It's the world's largest market for audio for gaming offline gaming cinema movies and one industry after the next day become the largest argest marketplace or in the top two so that one's sort of a late bloomer and then digital China which is one of our six is the most unpredictable acas crazy stuff happens all the time most of the China. The digital consumer stories really about consumers. I'm sure most of the digital China's story is mostly about consumers honors. that's where things are really happening. Fast Alibaba ten send social media all that that's a lot of China who turn out are almost almost entirely digital creatures. You know you can't talk about Chinese consumers without talking digital anymore. Everything happens on a smartphone. That's probably the most awesome predictable one but it's moving quick now each missing and you said at the beginning knitting these bedding posted to stress out because a steeler for many people. China is blocked by the very complex set county which is a male of many classes as you. I liking the in the book but did the digital megatrend like Internet Essa changed in China lagged in terms of society consumers would seeing now consumers is his main. Everyone knows a lot of them. That's not a big surprise. Everybody knows that they're rising in their wells. I think the part that gets under appreciated is how complicated they are. China's is arguably the world's most complicated consumer market now it is just you can look at thirty million. Chinese consumers live in caves. You can find Chinese consumers in the far west. Were you got several hundred million of them. That looked like a different country. You go to downtown Beijing. You get more billionaires in Beijing in New York City so there's a huge fragmentation and complexity to them. and it's just getting more so because you know there's a lot of them so we get a lot of anything you're. GonNa they get a lot of complexity and to you still get this big spread between very very developed market behavior like Beijing and Shanghai and you know okay that's out in the field and in the mountains and so you know it's just this hugely complicated subject in the only way you can really understand and Chinese consumers at this point. Is You have to go small. You have to study micro populations Chinese moms sports enthusiasts inland consumers DADS. You have to break it up that way and you find out people are very different YEP. He in Buca Luke Action Yields Twilight one point which I found very interesting in Sao actually people consume the consumption of the Internet sites okay to be more intense or for for Chinese especially young people compared to two west Westerners and is it something that it's still valid today. I mean they still like more time spent on the Internet on digital devices compared to the West Yeah basically I mean everyone knew that was going to be a lot of people with smartphones mark bones in China. That was pretty predictable. Seeing the same thing in India Indonesia places like that. I think what surprised people was how enthusiastic they are they just doc things faster than other countries APP mobile apps off like crazy and they they spend more time online than other consumers in other countries. They contribute more they post more. They add content more so just turns out they. Are you know some of the world's most enthusiastic netizens are Chinese. You know that wasn't necessarily predictable but it's true the other thing to keep even mind. Is You know there's a difference between regular consumers who go down to the supermarket by apples and online consumers because the online consumers effectively operate like network you know it's not just one person that person's sharing with another person sharing their interconnected and if you have three hundred million Americans or three hundred fifty million Americans. There's a certain number of connections. You'll get between them. When you have a billion Chinese consumers. It's actually exponentially financially larger so digital. China effectively operates like a network and it's very rapid very vibrant so so that part is sort of showing itself when you see a new aspect off in China. It goes for nothing to a hundred million users in two months three months now. We don't see that anywhere else that I've seen right and I thought it was interesting to see. Nowadays is a bit of a bads in the marketing world because they said these schools that the talk which they claim to be combated in like in social media space by finding because they sort of in some cases compare the metrics the users acquisition of blood from Lake that we the we we waste about a dozen the make in some ways. It's much sense because as you said I mean it's very eat steady easy to the up went up Atlanta actually they they might get Eddie began than median us so I think it very important to the seldom understanding of China and when he just something he's also that in China that he said that the phenomenon of a super APPs which is something that we didn't yet I guess seeing though in the in the West which makes me think that of course intend as technology China's evolved by looking at you know how Western companies any state companies work actual of the since it was more a I think a couple of years ago looking more in depth at the by do business business model but what I found interest with that right now recently they company like by do is not just a coping a something like a company that Google but actually innovating each way so it's waiting its own innovations as many things actually will will doesn't ever as well as always interesting to see these scandal. I mean what we'll do. They will you see on that standpoint. How does that look like right now. In China China obviously from the West and use any of combining the yeah I mean it's most people in I'd say the United States they got on the Internet by PC. You sit at home. You have your laptop your desktop. They discovered g mail than a couple years. Slater discovered youtube and they slowly adapted various tools over time that didn't happen in China. People basically joined around two thousand nine in two thousand ten only on their smartphones mostly. There were some users before that was very small and they got all these tools at once you know they went from nothing thing to. I've got a smartphone. I can do messaging. I do online video like drawing gaming so they kind of jumped in the deep end of the pool and they've only know the Internet on smartphones and the difference between a smartphone in a P. C. Is One you you work at home your office and then you leave the other one you carry with you all day long so they carry these around all day they message they take photos they watch videos all of that and one of the things that it was different early on people don't use email you send an email to someone in China. You better wait a week. 'cause permanent going to check their email. It was all about messaging so it started out with messaging with Q in that led to we chat and then from there they added payment which Allie pay in and we chat wallet and once you had messaging in and we chat take mobile payments set up that enabled you know e commerce to happen on your your phone anywhere you happen to be during your day that was the basis of the Super App and it turns out people just live on their smartphones. It becomes sort of the operating operating system for your life but we didn't see any of those three steps in the US you know people weren't living on WHATSAPP as much. Although they kind of are now they were using email they didn't adopt mobile payments because they were using credit cards which worked fine not awesome but they were functional

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The Vienna Woods Killer AKA the Poet of Death

Serial Killers

08:12 min | 1 year ago

The Vienna Woods Killer AKA the Poet of Death

"We begin our dive into the notorious. Austrian serial killer Dr Johann Jack Survey Ker known as the Vienna Woods killer and the poet of Death Jack Hunter Vaguer was always a sadistic and violent man but for years he was able to mask dark side by presenting himself as an author of poet and journalist in one thousand nine hundred seventy six. Jack was convicted of murdering Margaret Shaffer and received a light sentence by the Austrian courts. Margaret was Jack Second Victim. However charges were never brought for his first suspected murderer but while he was in prison Jack took the time to educate himself he began to write short stories and poems it culminated in his bestselling memoir purgatory. His memoir caught the attention of Austria's elite and petitions soon wet around begging for Jack's release in one thousand nine hundred fifteen eighteen years into his sentence. Jack Vega was set free and his celebrity continued to flourish but just four months into his freedom. Jack's urged to kill sex workers revealed itself and for the next year Jack Prowl the streets of Vienna Prague and Los Angeles strangling sex workers with their their own underwear and dumping the bodies in the woods he was caught in nineteen ninety-two leaving behind him a trail of twelve bodies though there is speculation that he killed even more women who have never been identified Jack Interviewers life even at its beginning was marred by violence when World War Two ended in nineteen forty-five allied forces from the US Britain France and the USSR remained in Germany and Austria. The allies occupied the two countries as they began the long process to rebuild the occupation lasted for ten years ending in one thousand nine hundred fifty five during those ten years the German and Austrian birth rates spiked the procreation wasn't entirely between German and Austrian citizens instead many young women found themselves pregnant with the children of allied allied soldiers many children born during this time period had no idea who their fathers were in Germany roughly four hundred thousand babies had allied light fathers and in Austria that numbers around Thirty Thousand Jack Vegas would be counted among those thirty thousand in nineteen fifty fifty two ratio owned travailler. A young beautiful country girl took a trip to Trieste Italy while on this trip she met an American soldier hurt named Jack Becker. Unfortunately we know very little about their relationship but we can make some guesses based on the time period the aftermath the war forced many women to engage in survival sex work in order to make ends meet even worse. Many of these women were sexually assaulted by Allied soldiers. Either of these could have happened to Theresa. It's possible that Theresa was forced to engage in sex work to survive but it it is also possible that her time with Jack was simply a passionate fling one that resulted in pregnancy while pregnant to ratio returned to Austria and struggled to find work. She turned to petty crime like fraud and theft as a way to provide for herself in the weeks before giving birth to Jack back to ratio was arrested for fraud however for some unexplained reason Teresa was released. She then travelled to Yudin Burg Austria and on August Sixteenth Nineteen fifty gave birth to Johann. Jack faker named after his American father. Please note that much of what is known about Jack's. It's life comes from his memoir purgatory or the trip to jail report of a guilty man and it must be taken with a grain of salt written while he was imprisoned during the nineteen eighties. Jack's writing was solely intended to garner sympathy from those who read it Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode assode please note Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for the show. Thanks Greg as an adult it. Jack Unterweger was diagnosed with narcissistic personality disorder. A couple of aspects of narcissistic personality disorder are exaggerating achievements mints and talents as well as having an exaggerated sense of self importance much of this comes through in the way. Jack describes the harsh upbringing. He faced as a child wild. Jack claims that his mother was a sex worker but nothing has ever been found to confirm. She made her living as one. The general consensus is that she worked as a barmaid and waitress Chris. It is possible that while she worked as a barmaid she engaged in sex work from time to time or that she told Jack that's how he like so many others at that time was conceived saved or it could be pure fabrication it could when Jack was two years old. Theresa was arrested once again for theft and sent to jail. Jack was then sent to live with his grandfather fair demand visor in Carinthia South Austria from this point on Jack claims to have had a terrible childhood. According to Jack Fernand visor was an abusive drunk who forced him to act like a quote court fool a slave. We've educated by grandfather to be a fraud accomplice injects version of events he was barely given enough food to eat or enough clothes to keep warm and according to Jack he had no mother figure around instead a rotation of sex workers in lovers frequented the tiny hut decades later Charlotta. Our Ferdinand stepdaughter would protest that all of Jack's claims about his grandfather were a pack of lies Charlotta had lived with Sheridan ad in the same house a decade and a half earlier in the late thirties. Charlotta never disputed that Fernand had a rough exterior a product product of his country upbringing but she believed the rest of Jack's descriptions. Were fabrications according to Star Lotte her own mother. Maria Springer lived with Jack and Ferdinand for about six years beginning in nineteen fifty two Maria helped raise the boy disputing the claim that only sex workers unfair demands random lovers around as Jack got older. He became something of a burden. He was very stubborn and manipulative. Charlotte claims that he would come up with clever schemes to get whatever he wanted. Jack's attitude soon proved too much Maria Springer and she left in nineteen eighteen fifty eight when Jack was about eight two months later Austrian child services took Jack Away from fair to net and placed him with Fernand sister. Mr The exact reasons why jack was taken away from Fernand are unclear. It's possible that Jack's delinquency and fair demands inability to control troll it were responsible or it's possible that fair. Dan was a little too rough with check now that Maria wasn't around to contain him. Charlotta our does believe that it was during those two months alone with Fair Dinette that the myth of the overly abusive grandfather began in addition to genetics a child's child's environment can play a key role in person forming narcissistic personality disorder or NPD according to the Mayo Clinic in most cases a child who was pampered or received excessive praise could develop the disorder however a consistently negative environment can also lead to NPD. If Jack Really did face the emotional and physical abuse from his grandfather as he professed. It's possible that the

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"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on 1A

1A

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on 1A

"Founder of Iron Galaxy Studios. Let's add two more voices to our conversation who can speak to what it's like within the industry as a video game industry worker joining us from W.. U._N._C. Public Radio in Raleigh North Carolina is jared Ray. He's a longtime gaming worker and currently works as a freelance social media manager jared welcome to the program. Thank you so much and joining us from K. U._C._i.. In Irvine Irvine California is Emma Kenema. The CO founder of Game Workers Unite. She's also a quality assurance tester or a Q._A.. Tester Emma Welcome. Hey thanks so much for having me on jared. Let me talk to you a little bit about some of your work. Ima- I'd like to hear about your background as well jared. You've had a number of jobs in the industry as I understand it for the past fifteen years. How has your experience in those various jobs evolved over the years sure yeah so I said I've been working games in the street for fifteen eighteen years and overall? I feel like working conditions have improved since I started way back in two thousand four as actually a Q._A.. Tester funny enough at Atari Games and Sunnyvale California but I feel so a lot of those improvements improvements maybe more on the superficial side <hes> to reference something that Dave mentioned you know of dehumanizing a lot of contract employees and especially Q._A.. Employees <hes> during my time at Atari for example <hes> I interviewed in an office but but then we had a separate entrance in the back which was actually more of the loading dock right and that seems kind of strange but then later on in my career. I also experienced something similar at another job where Q._A.. TESTERS had their own entrance in the back away away from the prying eyes rightly be weren't allowed in the front office and so you start to hear less about those types of situations where maybe the contract employees are being dehumanize but you know overall <hes> wages are still low. We're still oh having a lot of publishers who you know kind of cycle and grind through these contract employees on these six months bases so overall you know it's it's kind of tough to say. I I WANNA say yes but it got. It feels like now when you say wages are low. What kind of wages are we talking about? Well I feel like compared to other tech industries right <hes> for example. If if I were a social media manager <hes> you know just you and working at Google or facebook or just other outside tech I could. I could easily be making more but you know video game industry. It's very much about passion right. We're all here because we love video games. We want to work on video games and we want to create the best experiences possible and a lot of times is it just feels like that has taken advantage of. Are we talking jared about not earning enough to live where you work. I mean you said you worked for Atari in Sunnyvale California Sunnyvale is in Silicon Valley. It's where Yahoo is headquartered so you basically need to be making silicon can valley money to live there comfortably. Oh absolutely I mean even just to go back and my career just a few years. <hes> I was a senior manager at a major video game publisher as well as my spouse was a senior manager at a major video game publisher and we were both living in the San Francisco Bay area and yet we only have forty a very small a one bedroom apartment between the two of us even though we should we should be making really really very money but one of the problems with the games industry is that it is very heavily reliant on the those cities right in San Francisco Bay area and L._A.. The L._A. Region where the cost of living is astronomical compared to the rest of the rest of the U._s. and the wages just aren't keeping up when compared to tech outside of the Games as Industry Emma..

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"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on WWL

"To make it up to the concordia area all that area that the reports are good up there the foster report a call about five they got like a fourteen inch limit i didn't have anything over the limit but just kind of starting to figure out what the dot pattern to charlotte motor went out so i didn't really have a lot of time on the water but it's a beautiful place a lot of docs to fish they got beat side and the shallow side plenty of shad it was bad everywhere you see bishop in here and there so i'm looking forward to going back up there again but the report for the concordia area to southwest junior bass masters whenever there last weekend for today and hanson cheney one in fifteen eighteen year old busy at ten bass at five each day thirty one point four four pounds and that's a nice three pound average i said nice fishing on that like the other lakes that i was going to like orsu and tony lardo the white perch are pretty deep you have to kind of fish twelve eighteen foot range and try to find some deep tops but they are catching up there and if you're going bass fishing as areas there's some frogs texas rigs and some square failed crank baits he should do pretty good sounds good what about some other areas the basins at three point six the at morgan city it's kind of holding steady but again there's like you said there's arrive coming next week probably not gonna impact too much probably muddy up a few areas but the frog has been invite bites for the bass have been pretty good over that area tubes and crickets for paying fish reports are pretty steady but you need to look for that staying clean water area for your best action they may not fast moving muddy water they ended up some of the pockets of the reports are good for the base and you should do pretty good if you get around and found the right kind of water even fishing any of the nausea rivers by us on pontchartrain saved from manchester easter pearl river i've got some good reports over take fall fallen manchester here they are catching fish gets kind go up in the river and get kinda still on the main river but on some points they doing well on that side now i went to the pearl last week when you town the buzz bait in the morning at the end of the morning you have about three skirt strands left on you pay it was a good day i was perch fishing but the bass started kind of popping around the bank she starts up picked up a buzz date and i had pretty good day just don't a buzz bay water was super low in the morning the fish kind of off the bank but you kind of role that buzz around and i was getting by it's pretty steady but the i had a little grand slam if you call it that across the already or bram and a warm out while perch fishing so i had a good mix of those and just using a standard to gig in a car and doing well don't around dig trees and drains for the perch so go ahead.

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"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Day rudin calling this when tuesday this is june fifth it's also national moonshine day but to be too early for that good morning i'm felicia little brooke good morning chicago good morning felicia i'm pat cassidy by the dawn's early light thank you says we're in for just a few showers to start your day going to be cooler clouds breaking for sunshine temperatures will fall this morning eventually we'll get an afternoon high of sixty six degrees and that's where we are right now sixty six at o'hare our top local story on newsradio chicago police are looking for the shooters who wounded two teenagers in the northwest side humboldt park neighbor or earlier this morning the fifteen eighteen year old males were sitting in a vehicle and eating one another vehicle pulled up with someone opened fire just before twelve thirty am and the one thousand block of north spalding the fifteen year old is in critical condition in the continuing fight to combat opioid addiction illinois lawmakers have okayed medical marijuana that's a prescription painkillers substitute the bill also eliminates requirements for patients to get fingerprints and criminal background checks to use medical marijuana state senator don harmon the original sponsor of the bill said he was impressed by testimony at hearings in springfield from patients who used marijuana to reduce or eliminate use of opioids like vicodin the bill now goes to governor bruce around to sign into law in the past rounder has opposed most expansions of medical marijuana roger plummer newsradio on one zero five point nine fm there's mixed reaction in chicago to the us supreme court's narrow ruling the chided with colorado baker refused to make a custom wedding cake for a gay couple some say the baker's religious police and free speech should be protected like they're right i guess to choose who they can make cakes sport but although i don't personally part that necessarily it if i had a small business i'd probably want that.

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"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Nut dominated i think his name was theo defosses and i just remember him dominating and i'm going this fair that's his language got an a i think i barely got through it but i i did you know i always get some giggles but i'd always get in trouble madam bunn was her name mrs good was her real name but her name madame bun and then she'd say pay our and i always get in trouble about an hour we focus actually bill now but we got a we got a book that you've got to go through and pick out name you got to pick out your name yeah paul didn't you think when you're like in your fifteen eighteen year old you thought when you got to be a grown man those things wouldn't be funny anymore like i'm gonna be ninety five years old and you call text me and say appear dave owner i don't eat laughing you're going to be we're on oxygen you'd think eventually you're gonna grow up you don't know i didn't want to grow like beavis and butthead i don't watch it actively but when i see it like an old replay beavis and butthead i'm like yeah i don't wanna grow up it's not going to happen oh yeah yeah fritzy in second grade i remember our teacher and said what happens when you drop the e in a word and then i raised my hand and it's all quiet which you might be in a minute here but they'll give said it breaks into a million pieces for second grade i think that's a that's pretty clever what do you think a second grader saying what happens when you drop the breaks into a million pieces all right i had a social studies teacher they missed the salton in seventh grade wait wait wait i want to be fair to you to be fair.

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"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Conference of presidents major american jewish organizations we welcome our colleague joseph who maher executive director of sfs looking at argentina a miracle happened in argentia some fifteen eighteen year and a half ago two and a half years ago when a man name makkari marie theo mockery was selected despite all the polls saying it was going to stay with paran east as again he offered a light to the people of argentina but now there's trouble with mockery and his whole trouble leads inherited trouble its inflation and a troubled economy that's based upon big labor and cronyism and mockery is vulnerable to being blamed for that this the sidebar of this is that mockery is the one hope we have for justice in the assassination of the prosecutor mr niece men and in the investigation of the murder of jews and others in the late twentieth century just of a very good evening to you mockeries trouble is it big is if growing bigger is he under threat now because of inflation good evening to you and greet good evening malcolm being garm rack we had a tremendous economic challenge when the president in two thousand fifteen argentina were approaching pretend equity gooden quickly to triple digits i mean the cursor policy particularly the kanama coffee gouda draft you're in that country for he didn't have a lot to work with when he started crookham allowed to rebuild the read greece structures institution until you reduce it by about hat deflation but that's just not good enough uh and it has jewish mentioned before he really needs to get your place to under ten percent in order to the people to really sealed the effects and so that the the political ramifications would be more favorable to him so he's working against the.

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"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Of sfs looking at argentina a miracle happened in argentia some fifteen eighteen year and a half ago two and a half years ago when a man name mcrae maurizio mockery with selected despite all the polls saying it was going to stay with paran east as again he offered a light to the people of argentina but now there's trouble with mockery and it's old trouble leads inherited trouble its inflation and a troubled economy that's based upon big labor and cronyism and mockery is vulnerable to being blamed for that this the sidebar of this is that mockery is the one hope we have for justice in the assassination of the prosecutor mr niece moon and in the investigation of the murder of jews and others in the late twentieth century just of a very good evening to you mockeries trouble is it big is growing bigger is he under threat now because of inflation good evening to you and good evening remarkably garm rocky had had a tremendous economic challenge when the president in two thousand fifteen argentina were approaching pretend afraid gooden quickly to prequel geared you're having the courage to power particularly the economic growth gouda graft you're in our country who didn't have a lot to work work with when he started it took him a while to rebuild the v constructors institutions and so he was boosted by about half that inflation but that's just not good in the uh and and wish that mentioned before he really needs to get the inflation under ten percent in order to the people to really feel the effects and so that the the political ramifications would be more favorable to him so he's working against get the clock the.

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"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on WTMA

"A miracle happened in argentia some fifteen eighteen year and a half ago two and a half years ago when a man name mcrae marie co mockery was selected despite all the polls saying it was going to stay with paran east as again he offered a light to the people of argentina but now there's trouble with mockery and it's hold trouble elites inherited trouble its inflation and a troubled economy that's based upon big labor and cry sony ism and mockery is vulnerable to being blamed for that this the sidebar of this is that mockery is the one hope we have for justice in the assassination of the prosecutor mr niece men and in the investigation of the murder of jews and others in the late twentieth century joseph a very good evening to you mockeries trouble is it big is if growing baker is he under threat now because of inflation good evening to you and good evening remarkably garm rack we had a tremendous economic challenge when the partner intruders who are in kunar were approaching pretend upgrade with quickly to triple digits kerzner power particularly the economic wealth you did a disaster in that country the he didn't have lots of work with when he started it took him a while to rebuild the read to me structures institutions and so he reduced it by about half that inflation but that's just not good enough uh and and has bush met mentioned before he really needs to get the inflation under ten percent in order to the people to really feel your facts and.

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"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on WLOB

"Jimbo alex gentlemen thank you for your time to mate sure um i just wanted to be click i just had a quick posed by moment i wanted to say um i am a male and my thirty five uh kind of a kind of come up in the past you know how many years seen the tragedies that have gone on um and i've i kinda feel like i have a a decent grasp on i guess the past fifteen eighteen years um when i was seventeen uh gun laws were different uh obviously you're iowa but i was able to purchase an assault rifle um from from a local flop she um at that age and over i guess what i would say the pass from the years at or so years um i noticed that since then um from then and now i guess the culture is what i would say is what is the fact did i guess in my point i'm i'm a huge second amendment uh advocate but when it comes to being able to purchase such a a weapon and i guess people say an ar fifteen but any assault rifle at the age of eighteen in my personal opinion after owning one for as long as i have and being easily accessible the culture of the state's the culture of our people um i guess the you know the way things are is drastically different from other there are saying cultures eddie i mean certainly the culture among young a rural american males who hunt has not led to massive outbreaks of gun violence the problems are are easily identified the terms of of uh of geography they tend to be inner city uh problems uh but again in the you do not see a lot of felony murder convictions among young rural males who go hunting there are several cultures ear.

"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"And they were saying why please young men are shooting up schools and it's not because of guns is not because of the nra is because they don't have a role model in their life the losers on the left are saying toxic masculinity in they can't cry and you know whatever all the stuff uh but it's because they need one out quote the talking had guy who was was brilliant he said they need one straight aero that's all they need these young fifteen eighteen year old in a needed it ebbed age ten eleven and up and even earlier if they can they just need one man and i wanna tell you this mrs everything listen close the american family is broken the american family is broken the american family has been broken for decades and it's been getting worse and worse and worse and we are only now reaping we've been reaping what we've some and i'm talking about when i grew up in the 80s yellen ladies as and say and ninety those born 73 when our friends whose houses we would go to started being more and more commonly the parents were divorced and i'm thinking of a a kid who's dad was an airline pilot live with his father pants were divorced when i started becoming more than among our friends and it was hard for them and was hard for us and released a love them is is the wiz of beginning or beyond the beginning of the american finally just being destroyed people leave their marriages don't flight for them and they they leave their marriage for ally they show their children that this nothing to hopedfor that nothing really is forever they don't see that straight aero modelled in their lives and it's brought its cultural and generational rocked and the only answer ford is god and the kids are not seeing that in our homes at all that seeing it lived off lived up out when when nobody's looking another piece of info want to share with you the sheriff bill way born a waiver i'm a huge fan his ad interim county is as the average response time for police across the nation is three to five minutes and the shootings are done and two other one in four was five four five the cops pulling up after lewis is not what we know there four cowards their beds and all about that next don't miss my interview with kurt busch it's awesome that's next if you're facing iris wage erased the high that's not line hi my family seems.

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"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Niece in a nephew with my wife uh niece some nephew that was that of patrick henri high when they went out with a when a gunman ran inside the building today shortly before school will end its ending lockdown whole school lunches gunmen within sight of the schools we talked about them okay i'm sorry i missed that so uh here now i'm an associate assistant principal at a school now allow the teachers and nine not all liberal a lot of them very conservative we've talked about the arming of teachers and i've here's what i see a lot of them say no more than a more than a lot in theory don't want to do but my worry is this you thought arm and teaches the rate of death and classrooms black man and minority milk go with us so let's hold on los pozos are you suggesting that teachers are going to shoot their black students without cause learn to walk dunker with income amount of income event widely why else would let me get apparent yeah quietly in the hearings please expound at limit current here if a thank you when you look at how uh how crumitie building attacked eager they have no been doing absolutely not if no fault but gave don't get me wrong that teacher that aren't now instead of uh people been able to ward if k at all or the kid looking like he may want to a thought the teacher the picture then shoot the cannon oh i fear for my life now the teachers totally justified because the feature is trained give me a break now we want to call the kabul kyle would because he had a handgun and didn't run and fight of a building okay um when a guy that had a off fifteen eighteen year old kid who has a fifteen who can bite is gone for can't bob beer and democrats all wrong what do i feel my kids to school to get education k i don't symptom in school to not come home or to be killed because the from student some idiotic student at kicked off at the principal or some other student that's not why ascend muscat mike hit this 'cause it's not necessarily about gun control but it is about making school faithful ended it about making idiots that are uh middle incapacitated not be able to get weapon even idiot trump's belief okay so you've you've you've woven.

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"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"That high well i mean full jon bon arena and i was surprised to see the diverse far that risk priority darn well out of that then that's what you wanna do bind different companies dry ground difference resist specially yes and that's something we do advocate and the book talks about that he tells you to them in the book hasn't say parole in red you know by one company 100 thousands with one companies bonds because at slow that too risky brought ronnie insane side in my opinion i suggest that show the strong force method works as the guy who basically beat the sp over the one five ten and fifteen eighteen year returns he beat the sp original paid with his bond portfolio remember he wasn't buying stocks it was buying on the right road beat the snp consistently beat the sb were every single period more statiscal task is another chapter how to invest in junk bonds logistics covenants of a bond what they mean what they are which of to the rules the ball on the good the bad and the ugly of the chapters they talked about with his book i'm reading the book presently it's very very well written and it's very easy to fall it is not complexes not jargon if you're in bonds are high highyield bonds you the political and it this book will send you a copy of it for free molson your rate cheat on our highyield bonds the based the full with the books dez bestow followed the book recommends looking at certain vegetable ons a screen the very carefully settled that have got morningstar morningstar covers all the bonds that are issued the corporate bonds rishard untraded publicly in the us and helped me did his research look at the coverage and the financial companies to see if there's not enough to pay off these bonds and some of these companies tasty are actually going to pay them off at cashflow which is amazing 'cause you're talking to three hundred million dollars to writing the fokker the.

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"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"To hurt sorta parker drilling whoever might be and you're hoping their hair back right does that make yes yes that's got the port gig big part of your return is of veterinary principal office the only their will back and he says look at the management the ownership of the company bond price volatility defaults in junk bonds in that equal rights actually lower than you might think juicio surprise hallowed his historic lows averaged two to four percent the really lives met high well i mean full jump one arena and i was surprised to see you diversify that risk priority darn well out of that then that's what you wanna do by interim company dryrun difference resume specially yes and that's something we do advocate in the book talks about that he tells you do that in the book is an say parole on red you know by one company hundred thousand those with one companies bonds because that's a little bit too risky brought ronnie insane side in my opinion i says tests that show the strong force method works is the guy who basically beat the smp over the one five ten and fifteen eighteen year returns he beat the sp river singleperiod with his bond portfolio remember he wasn't buying stocks he was buying on the right road beat the snp consistently beat the sb over every single period most of the school test is another chapter had invest in junk bonds logistics covenants of a bond what they mean what they are which its to the rules the ball on the good the bad and the ugly from the chapters they talked about with his book i'm reading the book presently it's very very well written and it's very easy to fall it is not complex is not jargon if your engine bonds or high you'll bonds you the political and get this book we'll send you a copy of it for free molson your rate cheat on our highyield bonds the base the full with the book says fiscal followed the book recommends looking at certain dutch bonds as screen the very carefully settled that have got morningstar morningstar covers all the bones that are issued a corporate bonds rishard untraded publicly in the us it and helped me duties research look at the coverage and the financial accomplish this see if the shannon of.

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"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Insane side in my opinion aisin's tested show the strong worst method works as a guy who biscuit beat the smp over the one five ten and fifteen eighteen year returns he beat the sp river singleperiod with his bond portfolio remember he wasn't buying stocks it was buying on the right road beat the p consistently beat the svr wherever singleperiod most difficult tasks is another chapter how to invest in junk bonds logistics covenants of a bond what they mean what they are which basically the rules the ball on the good the bad and the ugly from the chapters they talked about with his book i'm reading the book presently it's very very well written and it's very easy to fall it is not complex is not jargon if your engine bond your highyield bonds you the political and get this book will send you a copy of it for free also said your rate sheet on our highyield bonds the basically fall with the books dez base to follow the book recommends looking at certain dutch bonds have screen the very carefully settle did a got morningstar morningstar covers all the bonds that are issued a corporate bonds rishard untraded publicly in the us and health meted his research look at the coverage and the financials the competency of their shout enough to pay off these bonds and some of these companies jc are actually going to pay them off at a cash flow which is amazing because you're talking to three hundred million dollars to write the pork over the cash and pay off at a cash flow they're not going refinance the box they've said there had been there the considered high you'll banzer jump bonds which means you would think that would have the cash flow to pay off three her with barbara arrived billy's when he's combos where entire about today i looked at and i said yoga retirement pay cash and rim not refinance him green rid of the debt take off our balance sheet and was gonna paid off that's not bad risks cutting until at signifying couple assuming a company that was having a little trouble has essentially recovered in trouble and has now the cash flow to just pay that often go down the road exam.

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"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"The really wants that high well i mean full jump one arena and i was surprised to see who could diversify that risk priority darn well out of that then that's what you wanna do bind different companies dry ground different histories especially yes and it's something we do advocate in the book talks about that he told you do that in the book an say put it all in red by one company hundred thousands with one company's bonds because at slow but too risky right around the insane side in my opinion isis tested show the strong force method works this is a guy who biscuit beat the smp over the one five ten and fifteen eighteen year returns he beat the sp river single paid with his bond portfolio remember he wasn't buying stocks he was buying on the right road beat the snp consistently beat the sb over every single period more statiscal test is another chapter how to invest in junk bonds logistics covenants of a bond what they mean with they are which basically the rules the ball on the good the bad and the ugly from the chapters they talked about with his book i'm reading the book presently it's very very well written and it's very easy to fall it is not complexes not jargon if your engine bonds banzer high you'll bonds jim blow calling it this book we'll send you a copy of it for free moles us in your rate cheat on her highyield bonds the biscedie full with the book says bestow followed the book recommends looking at certain dutch bonds as screen the very carefully settled that have got morningstar mlling star covers all the bones that are issued the corporate bonds rishard untraded publicly in the us and helped me to do some research look at the coverage and the financial the company says if they're shout enough to pay off these bonds and some of these companies jc you're actually going to pay them off at cash flow which is amazing because you're talking to three hundred million dollars serai right that forecast for the cash and pay off at a cash louis michel refinanced once they've said they're they're considered high you'll or junk bonds which means you would think that would have the cash flow to pay off three her menage with barbara arrive one is comes we're in hobart today i looked at and the city organ retirement worship him cash and room not refinancing green rid.

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"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"The management the ownership of the company bonn price volatility defaults in junk bonds and the decor it's actually a lot lower than you might think tuesday i was surprised followed his historic kgb coming from junk bond arena and i was surprised as either diverse far that risk priority darn well out of that then that's what you wanna do bind different companies driver injuries especially yes and that's something we do advocate and the book talks about that he tells you do that in the book is an say parole on red by one company 100 thousands with one companies bonds because at bit too risky brought ronnie insane side in my opinion i suggest that show the strong force method works as as the guy who base could beat the smp over the one five ten and fifteen eighteen year returns he beat the sp over uh with his bond bagged polio remember he wasn't buying stocks it was buying on the right rugby dean p consistently beat the svr were single most difficult task is another chapter how to invest in junk bonds logistics covenants of a bond what they mean what they are which abyss biscuit the rules the bonn at the good the bad and the ugly from the chapters they talked about uh uh uh i'm reading the book presently it's very very well written and it's very easy to fall complex is not jargon if your engine bonds eurobonds get this book we'll send you a copy of it for free also send your rate cheat on our highyield bonds the basically fall with the books dez fiscal followed the book recommends looking at certain dutch bonds have screen the kgb told that have got morning star morningstar covers all the bones that are as you the corporate bonds issued untraded publicly in the us in and helped me meted his research bridge and the financial the companies as if they are sound enough.

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"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"That high well i mean full jump on arena and i was surprised to diversify that risk priority darn well out of that then that's what you want to do by different companies driver on different histories especially yes net something we do have a k in the book talks about that he tells you do that in the book is an say put it all in red you know by one company hundred thousand those with one companies bonds because that's a little bit too risky right around the insane said in my opinion isis tests that show the strong worst method works is a guy who basically beat the sp over the one five ten and fifteen eighteen year returns he beat the sp river single paid with his bond portfolio remember he was buying stocks it was mine on the right run beat the s p consistently beat the has to be over every single period more statistical test is another chapter had invest in junk bonds logistics covenants covenant some bond what they mean what they are which basically the rules the on the good the bad and the ugly from the chapters they talked about with his book i'm reading the book presently it's very very well written and it's very easy to fall it has not complex is not jargon if your engine bonds are high you'll bob ron's you paul political and get this book we'll send you a copy of it for free molson your rate cheat on our highyield bonds the basically full with the book says based will follow the book recommends looking at certain touch bonds as screen them very carefully settled that have got morningstar morningstar covers all the bonds that are issued the corporate bonds were issued and trade publicly in the us in and helped me to do so research look at the coverage and the financials the competences if the shannon enough to pay off these bonds and some of these companies to see you're actually going to pay them off of cash flow which is amazing because you're talking to three hundred million dollars serai right.

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"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen eighteen year" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Whoever might be and you're hoping the payback right does that makes yes yes that's got the port the big part of your return is of return who principle obviously you'll get the principal back and he says look at the management the ownership of the company bond price volatility defaults in junk bonds in the default rates actually lower than you might think tuesday of surprise hallowed his historical average two who to four percent really luncheon that high well i mean full jump on arena and i was surprised to see either diversify that risk priority darn well out of that then that's what you wanna do bind different companies dry ground different industries especially yes net something we do abachi in the book talks about that he tells you do that in the book hasn't say put it all in red you know by one company hundred thousand those with one companies bonds 'cause at little bit too risky right around the insane side in my opinion i suggest that show the strong worse method works since this guy who base could beat the sp over the one five ten and fifteen eighteen year returns he beat the sp room single paid with his bond portfolio remember he was buying stocks he was buying on the right road beat the s p consistently beat the sb over every single period more statistical test is another chapter how to invest in junk bonds logistics covenants of a bond what they mean what they are which basically the rules the bonn at the good the bad neog leaves from the chapters they talked about with his book i'm reading the book presents it's very very well written and it's very easy to fall it has not complex is not jargon if your engine banzer highyield bonds you the when call and get this book we'll send you a copy of it for free molson your rate cheat on our highyield bonds the based in full with the book says base to follow the book recommends looking at certain types of bonds as screen the va carefully settled that have got morningstar morningstar covers all the bonds at arusha the corporate bonds were issued untreated publicly in the us in and helped me to do some research look at the coverage and the financials the companies to see if there's not enough to pay off these bonds in some of these companies jc you're actually going to.

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