17 Burst results for "Fifteen Thirty Years"

"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"So you can you can't just try and get paid for today team with the stories locker rooms yeah stormtroopers are nazis and was the other one howard stern you can treat some radio people some other ones get treated otherwise yeah and t- america world police is evil that's if fifteen years later tim america so this movie people that are consistently funny all the time it never make it political feels to me like oh satirical when i saw it in the theater it's nil listrik meaning what meaning meaning nothing right angry about it or no i guess it's one of these progressive finger-wagging looks back at the past to be like was this really funny yeah it was fucking trey parker trigger is doing an over the top asian accent in the movie oh kim jong yes that's meant to be purposely yes so i'm like i don't even think it was in the hill listrik i think it had a definite message it was like trying to be like that sex scene wasn't supposed to be offensive and the top posts purposely transgressive it's also puppets humanly could actually be offended by that it's just fucking because matt damon the fended a gone the no this is just all the stories the stormtrooper thing it's like you know the things that have been cool for ten fifteen thirty years whatever we just decided not cool anymore fifteen twenty years ago and decide that it's problematic and see if we can convince people that it is something something you can find anything oh yeah i'm trying to think it's tough well what are they all like those all the liberals i mean just look at a barney movie coming out new yeah he's still around yeah neither one of my kids ever think over in the barnea didn't happen really barney bed no apparently actor who plays barney has some sexual deviancy should i never understood that it was elmo no to both really weird thing when you're spending all those times doing a the fuck jesus god i wouldn't say like sounds like fun just a barney movie in the works okay solent make sure you keep you up steve which good fantastic site so when it comes to comfort in your downstairs and area yes underwear and then there's tommy john revolutionary clothing brand that's redefined come for americans everywhere including kirkman eoghan mike gear you steve robson the rest of the kirkman henschel tommy john's underwear right now fabric fit function there's no more important pair of clothing in my opinion than the underwear a bad pair of underwear can ruin your entire fucking day adjusting all day with your dick around you'd be all pissed off tommy john comfort range of fabrics that are soft light breathable designed to move with your mind this morning where.

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"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"You all right thank you Frank and many investors are concerned that a recession is next for the US economy but there are those with a more positive outlook among them is Jim house Bergen Ellie based investment analyst at Hightower advisors well he's not that concerned about the while certainly globally it looks like that's happening especially in Europe he says those who point to treasury note rates here in the United States is indicative of a recession are looking through the wrong lands I just think we're in a unique period of time here and I think if we start looking back at five ten fifteen thirty years forty years of history it's different now what's different is we are in a very low rate environment and a low inflationary environment other investors are indicating concern and much of that is predicated on the messages coming from Donald Trump what will he tweet next about US intentions globally says house Berg words matter to help and can extend seventy newsradio it's twelve thirty eight earthquake experts and the mayor of Los Angeles today announced that the quake warning system will be triggered at lower levels than before the strong ridgecrest quakes meeting your phone is going to be going off a lot more often this is all because people in LA were upset that they didn't receive alerts from the Sheikh alert el lay up with those two big earthquakes hit they made it clear they want warnings so scientists have oblige instead of being triggered say by a magnitude five quake the alert will now be triggered at four point five Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti this means a simple Angelenos will get more alerts about earthquakes I will be better prepared when disaster strikes but it also means that people will be diving under desks and tables more often even for weaker earthquakes ones that are very unlikely to cause any damage or hurt anybody we decide over time it's too often we're getting that feedback we can always change that again experts believe under the lower thresholds Angelenos will get five times as many quake alerts as they would otherwise in Pasadena John Baird K. an accident seventy news radio of vitamin company agrees to settle with the city of L. A. over false advertising claims and the presence of lead in vitamins that are being sold to pregnant women bramble like vitamins build their prenatal vitamins and ads being free of heavy metals and being made with materials for the Lowe's detectable levels of lead city attorney Mike your staff found through independent testing of both those claims were false the terms of the settlement the company had to pull the full sad let's find a quarter million dollars and had to set up a restitution fund for those who bought the prenatal vitamins to consumers of this product wish to get refunds for the past four years with the purchases the settlement provides for one a half million dollars.

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"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"Yeah. I see them getting to the place. How many things can you rightly say right now? Oh, I know they're gonna stink besides the dolphins and even the dolphins now. What if Josh Rosen is great? What if he turns the corner? Can you rightly say, oh, we know that's a garbage team right now too is that to the NFL's credit perhaps, but it's also bad like the eagles. I mean, I'm sorry, the patriots have been the through line. They provided the baseline for the NFL. And if you take that you take that base you take the rhythm section out, which is. Brady and Bella check. It's chaos. You know it's miles Davis in the plane cool. And now it just sounds like noise to me I enjoy that about the NFL. I like the parody. I liked that we don't know from year to year. There's always a team that was really bad, that all of a sudden is in the playoffs, and you go where the hell did that come from in the NBA? That's much harder to pull off. There was an expectation that this would be another Golden State, Warriors coronation and certainly to the raptors credit. I thank them for heading that off at the pass. I'm glad it wasn't that really. I to me it's better. I'm like, James, Earl Jones at the end of furled dreams, what you want or dynasties, even if you don't know you want him at the time you want fifteen thirty years from now to look back and say, I was there for it. I was one of the great marketing campaigns in, in, in my lifetime was the LeBron, the witness stuff in Cleveland that you were seeing something special different. That was fun. Transcend. Right. There's no doubt about it. But I like the intrigue, I liked it. I there to be some sort of mystery to the regular season rather than just going, oh, we're going to play out the games because they don't matter the months we get into the postseason. It's going to be the warriors again. And it was to a certain extent. We're getting now is sort of a reorganization of the league that we haven't had in a while. And yet, still, yet, there's a number of teams that you could pretty much strike him off the list right now. And we haven't even gotten to the draft, which is on Thursday, and we haven't gotten to the offseason. What about culturally though about just the overarching from the from the here and now the sport? What about my point which is I make only with half my tongue in cheek or whatever about the proletariate, isn't it? Good that the players are, are amongst themselves forming, oh he's a little super teams without a doubt not going to be traded by you. We're gonna talk and we're gonna decide where we all go I'm one thousand percent on board. People hated the Golden State Warriors, and they hated the heat for doing precisely that take some age. I'm for players having agency because, you know, we say that sports our business and we don't get worked up when when players get traded by teams. But then we do somehow get worked up when players go and form their little super teams on the roads Joe, it's no doubt about it. The by product of that, however, is sometimes unfortunate. And these last however many years of Golden State Warriors being unimpeded until they ran into Brian hurt sucked. Right. But a code, but of course and despite the fact that I say the raptors fans in twenty years. No NBA fan will care. The fact remains, Katie isn't hurt the warriors.

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"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on Shareable

Shareable

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on Shareable

"They've come across is always been met with relationships. So that's what I mean by relationship based business strategist. And so I've been speaking of topic of strategic and inclusive networking for the last decade and wrote a book on strategic effective inclusive networking conferences couple years ago. It's is I love it. I'm just gonna ask you to say it. The name of the book is croissants versus bagels and the bagels are those tight networking circles that are possible break into the croissant is what happens when one person in the circle opens their body language to make space for others to join. So look for the croissants, and then OSA podcast called on the schmooze where I interview towns professionals about their sort of rise to leadership in. How they nurture and sustain their networks along the way and I've been doing that for years as well. And I love it. So for me, it's coaching speaking getting the word out, you know, community building. These are all my things in my jam. Awesome them. We're gonna have a lot to talk about today. There's a lot of different things that I wanna touch on on a try and make sure that the sequence that I dress all of these things creates beautiful narrative arc for our show today. But we have a lot of places to go today. One of the things that you brought up just in describing yourself this work on is you talked about networking strategic. I love the way that you describe the bagels in the croissants as the metaphor why they exist, and I think there's a lot we can talk about to kind of unpacked. What inclusion actually means because it's a very hot topic in the business community as I'm sure you're well aware and you've been hired to speak about. But I don't think that we're entirely clear on what that actually means. I wanna go down that pathway as well. The place that I'd like to start in this conversation around strategic networking is kind of a two parter one. I'd like you to talk a little bit about what you mean by strategic networking in how you can use network into kind of still on objective, and what I'd really like to know as part of that. If you could I think your story is a really interesting one, and I wanna go down that rabbit hole with you a little bit. If we could but talking a little bit about your your journey here to the person you are today. How has that impacted your decision to work in a way where you're making strategic networking an important part of what you do. But that it has an underlying component of inclusion potentially diversity and just openness to people of different backgrounds and experiences in talk a little bit about that. If you could I have like six finances for a giant. Like ten different questions like gopher wherever you wanna go with. Well, so one thing I would say is that I believe that eighty percent of the people that you need to meet in order to be successful in your business you've already met and when you talk about networking, it's it's really just there's twenty percent that you're still trying to like connect with. But I think of it as actually an opportunity to go back into your history and reconnect to rekindle those connections with people you work with five ten fifteen thirty years ago went to school with went to grammar school with whatever it is if you'd be happy to hear from them, they're likely to be happy to hear from you. And just a, hey, let's catch up kinda call would be awesome and open up incredible possibilities. So a lot of the women. I work with are in their fifties. And sixties day they come to me acting like their novice like they're starting something brand new when they've got this thirty or plus year in the work history. And. When we really tease it out. They have such incredible opportunities within their network. So the inclusion piece though is absolutely important to me. It's winter all the work that I do. And for me it starts with a camp. So I I have I'm an outgoing extroverts. So like a lot of times when you're a business person. You have the story where you're like, I was once just like, you, you know, I was a weakling..

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"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on From Scratch

From Scratch

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on From Scratch

"Well, I think a lot of the sound really comes from the rises. We had two unique rice in the bond. I'm very prolific rises as well. And I think possibly especially Raj int his songs were. I think well, truly wonderful. I think they were brilliant songs. And he also was a brilliant Keeble plan say you got these great Keeble breaks. He would he would keep putting into songs also he was very accomplished musician even at an early age. He understood a lot about music, which certainly he was an differently to me. So a lot of cool progressions and the baseness be put on the bottom, of course, was quite unusual. And he also understood vocal homeys because he was in the cathedral choir until he was about seventeen or eighteen. And if we played a gig on a Sunday night, we'd have to go and pick him up at the back of the cathedra worried been singing in what? Whatever the thing that being at the cathedral, and he'd have to be taking his church clothes and getting into his rock and roll gear. And then we'd go off to the rock and roll gate. So I think HAMAs help to make things of it different as well. I think lots of things that contributed towards it. But this song writing and the vocal homeys, and maybe there's a little bit of the interplay between roads rising, and my voice. I mean, both of them Chris white androgen used to write songs for my voice. What were the qualities of your voice that you think they wrote for I think tend to sing sad songs better than happy? Go lucky songs so often sums would have sort of a haunting quality about. She's has probably a good example. I think would look for that. I'm songs in Mina keys would be another thing they would look for so lots of little things all added up to this Ownby sound. Yeah. A lot of this is saying and where do vulnerability than showing how strong? You were. Yeah. That's right. Well, that's me. Let's hear another one of his ambi- big hits. And this is tell her no tell us something about the about the song or the session. I think as I remember we'd been touring with deal, Mark, and you down Warwick and through that we'd go very interested in but Bak songs feeling that Rhodesian who is song was going through appear to being influence a lot by BAC. With regard to the session. We would record probably three or four maybe five backing tracks in an evening at Decca recording studios, and then we would put vocals on and it would probably be twelve o'clock one o'clock at night before I got into singing, and I always remember this session because I was fast asleep when they finished, and they weren't me out to sing teller. No. And in fact, there's a mumbled line in the middle of telling me because I was half asleep. And I was seeing it. I'm I said, listen guys. I better just do that again because there's this mumbled line. And they said that's fine that worry about that. And I've heard stories of people who in band who have been trying to copy of. Of talent. And they've been desperately trying to work out. What the lyric is. And I have to after fifteen thirty years or whatever it is. I have to tell them. Well, you shouldn't have voted because he's just a mumble. So there is no Larry that really is the mumble in the sewn. Leave it to us find out because I got remember of my head. Oh, come on. Really? I remember something like. You play the song. And then I'll have to think about it while you're playing, okay. Why don't we play? It you listen. And then you tell us which learn okay. America. And as she should come close. She tells you will charge. No, no, no. Down. She should as you're allowed. And as she chance you with the child. That's it. 'cause you hear it. Yes. It was sort of go ahead. It sorta sounds like love a love from your arms or something. But really is. I always heard as don't hurt me now from her arms. And if you could well, I don't know what that means. But it's all right. I I get the. get the. What it means rather sleep?.

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"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"Well, I think a lot of the sound really comes from the rises. We had two unique rice in the bond. I'm very prolific rises as well. And I think possibly especially Raj int his songs were. I think well, truly wonderful. I think they were brilliant songs. And he also was a brilliant Keeble plan say you got these great Keeble breaks. He would he would keep putting into songs also he was very accomplished musician even at an early age. He understood a lot about music, which certainly he was an differently to me. So a lot of cool progressions and the baseness be put on the bottom, of course, was quite unusual. And he also understood vocal homeys because he was in the cathedral choir until he was about seventeen or eighteen. And if we played a gig on a Sunday night, we'd have to go and pick him up at the back of the cathedra worried been singing in what? Whatever the thing that being at the cathedral, and he'd have to be taking his church clothes and getting into his rock and roll gear. And then we'd go off to the rock and roll gate. So I think HAMAs help to make things of it different as well. I think lots of things that contributed towards it. But this song writing and the vocal homeys, and maybe there's a little bit of the interplay between roads rising, and my voice. I mean, both of them Chris white androgen used to write songs for my voice. What were the qualities of your voice that you think they wrote for I think tend to sing sad songs better than happy? Go lucky songs so often sums would have sort of a haunting quality about. She's has probably a good example. I think would look for that. I'm songs in Mina keys would be another thing they would look for so lots of little things all added up to this Ownby sound. Yeah. A lot of this is saying and where do vulnerability than showing how strong? You were. Yeah. That's right. Well, that's me. Let's hear another one of his ambi- big hits. And this is tell her no tell us something about the about the song or the session. I think as I remember we'd been touring with deal, Mark, and you down Warwick and through that we'd go very interested in but Bak songs feeling that Rhodesian who is song was going through appear to being influence a lot by BAC. With regard to the session. We would record probably three or four maybe five backing tracks in an evening at Decca recording studios, and then we would put vocals on and it would probably be twelve o'clock one o'clock at night before I got into singing, and I always remember this session because I was fast asleep when they finished, and they weren't me out to sing teller. No. And in fact, there's a mumbled line in the middle of telling me because I was half asleep. And I was seeing it. I'm I said, listen guys. I better just do that again because there's this mumbled line. And they said that's fine that worry about that. And I've heard stories of people who in band who have been trying to copy of. Of talent. And they've been desperately trying to work out. What the lyric is. And I have to after fifteen thirty years or whatever it is. I have to tell them. Well, you shouldn't have voted because he's just a mumble. So there is no Larry that really is the mumble in the sewn. Leave it to us find out because I got remember of my head. Oh, come on. Really? I remember something like. You play the song. And then I'll have to think about it while you're playing, okay. Why don't we play? It you listen. And then you tell us which learn okay. America. And as she should come close. She tells you will charge. No, no, no. Down. She should as you're allowed. And as she chance you with the child. That's it. 'cause you hear it. Yes. It was sort of go ahead. It sorta sounds like love a love from your arms or something. But really is. I always heard as don't hurt me now from her arms. And if you could well, I don't know what that means. But it's all right. I I get the. get the. What it means rather sleep?.

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"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Colleague linson. Welcome to fresh air. Terry. Thank you very much. You got to record this song? After vezzano's won a contest. In Saint Albans, where you were from what do you think defined the ambi- sound? Well, I think a lot of the sound ready comes from the rices. We had two unique rice in the bond. I'm very prolific rises as well. And I think possibly especially Raj int his songs, I think truly wonderful. I think they'll bring themselves. I also was a brilliant Kibo, Pat. So you've got these great Kibo breaks. He would he would keep putting into songs. Also, he was a very accomplished musician even at an age. He understood a lot about music, which subsequently he was a differently to me. So a lot of cooled progressions and the base to be put on the bottom of coups, quite unusual. And he also understood vocal harmonies because he was in the cathedral choir until he was about seventeen or eighteen. And if we played a gig on a Sunday night, we'd have to go and pick him up at the back of the cathedral where he'd been singing. Whatever the thing being the cathedral, and he'd have to be taking these church clothes and getting into Israel control gear. And then we'd go off to the roof enroll gate. So I think a HAMAs help to make things different as well. I think lots of things that contributed towards it. But the soul rising and the vocal harmonies. And maybe there's a little bit of the interplay between roads rising in my voice. I mean, both of them Chris white on Raj used to write songs, full, my voice. What were the qualities of your voice that you think they wrote for? I think I tend to sing sad songs. That's a the happy. Go lucky songs, so often songs would have sort of a haunting quality about the has probably a good example. I think we'd look for that. I'm songs in minor keys would be another thing. They would look for so lots of little things all added up to this own be sound a lot of the songs ee saying had more to do with vulnerability than showing how strong you are. That's right. Well, that's me. Let's hear another one of his big hits in this is tell her no tell us something about the about the song or the session. I think as I remember we've been doing with deal Mauriac, and you down Warwick and through that we'd got very interested in but Bacharach songs feeling that road. Who is so was going through appear to being influenced by the backpack. With regards to the session. We would record three or four maybe five backing tracks in an evening at Decca recording studios, and then we would put vocals on and it would probably be twelve o'clock one o'clock at night before I go round to singing, and I always remember this session because I was fast asleep when they finished and they went out to sing teller Nive. And in fact, there's a mumbled line in the middle of telling night because I was off asleep. And I was seeing it. And I said, listen guys. I bet it just do that again because there's this mumbled line. And they said, oh, no, that's fine. Don't worry about that. And I've heard stories of people who and bans who have been trying to copy of of tonight and they've been desperately trying to work out. What the lyric is. And I have to after fifteen thirty years or whatever it is. I have to tell them. Well, you shouldn't have both because he's just a mumble. So there is no very that. Really? In the zone. I'll leave it to you to find out because I got remember of my head. Oh, come on. No, I really I remember something like a. You play the song. And then I'll have to think about it while you're playing, okay. Why don't we play you listen in? And then you tell us which the line, okay?.

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"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

The Brilliant Idiots

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

"See people invest into properties and commercial real estate. You know what I'm saying? Like, it makes you it makes you like damn Hampshire. I try. So people just goes on another building this week commercial property whereabout. Am I was corner? Because you know, most people don't even realize my hometown is the fourth fastest growing town, South Carolina in my county, Berkeley county dissecting, fastest growing state in South Carolina, South Carolina's booming, all of these people go down there what they big ass companies and fucking, you know, the cost of living is low like Google got like six plants in South Carolina. Goo gotta fucking plant in most corner. Yeah. You got these car companies like, you know, Volvo Volvos opening up a huge plant down there in two thousand twenty. So you got these places that are just plop in these big ass headquarters down people are moving. They're all of these new neighborhoods are sprouting up. What's next? What's next is all these corporations coming Moscone is already booming recover. Rations is coming with all these different properties. You know what I'm saying? So it was just like you'll why not buy a bunch of commercial real estate. Why not all brick and mortar? We can you know me because whenever I'm out of town, and I'm on vacation. And I'm sitting around just talking talking to a random white guy at the pool, and I'm asking him like, you know, we talking about what we do. Every single time regardless of what they do. They're telling me how. Yeah, man. I just see that my real estate pay for shit like this. I got commercial real estate. I bought a building here. And then Walgreens came and bought my building. And at least for the next fifteen thirty years. Eight grand ten grand a month. How what? You good man's? Also. It's like that's the kind of stuff. I feel like let me speak so people. This is first of all very very smart that you share that. But two things, you know, how we say to white people time, we're like, hey, talked to minorities ask questions learn about these people. So that you not seem ignorant within their spaces. Right. Don't be afraid and pull back like literally learn have conversations. Minorities with white people so game if you're at the pool, and there's some white guy next to you. And you guys are talking and you find out what he does for a living soak up to game. He's giving you real estate tips. That's gold that should probably took forty years to acquire. And he gave you that shit in to to soak up like in the same way, you want other people learn about your culture learn about their culture, and sometimes there's some very invaluable gills in that cultures can help you and your life and keep in mind. These conversations happen, you know, on family vacations and places like expensive resource. Yeah. Exactly. You know, what I'm saying when I'm just here qualified qualified ain't nobody somebody not gonna have this conversation to a subway. Right. They have this conversation at a place where it's five grand to rent a bungalow. Yes. So now, you're in there, and they're like, okay. This guy much be somebody. Right. And they're like, they're they're actually looking at you like, okay, he's a minority. So who is this guy? This guy is famous more like sixty to rent a house third in the summer of sixty K. Yeah. During the whole the whole weekend or the whole the whole month twelve days some of the low season, but dorm NASCAR money out of say Jesus like that even though he is good to me. That's good. I'm just saying that's good money, man. Those really good money. You know, those charge about that to rent our beach house out every summer What I'm talking about the state that's down. I'm talking about that's talking about the conversations and our coach have to change the conversations of as us as men have to change. And you know, what I'm saying like, and like, even when we talk about going back to the nifty thing, it's so many different dynamics in this that we can break down. You could break down economic empowerment, you can break down independence. You could break down, you know, commercial real estate investing. You can also break down the pain and the trauma that comes with men in this fucking society. I've seen the dude in the Bronx twenty four years old Albert I would Rodriguez, you know, when it gets raciest I would Rodriguez twenty four from the Bronx kill.

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"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on WWL

"Ramsey show. Hi, dave. Thank you so much for taking my call. Sure. What's up? Well, first off I just found you a week ago. So I'm very very new a little background is I've been married for seven years with three kids together for fifteen thirty years old. I thought it was really good with money. We had moved back and saved and paid off got married at age twenty three with our daughter. Save fifty thousand his little sticky situation. My husband's family said they wanted to buy houses for all their sons. And they told us, you know, save your money. We're going to purchase this house, and you guys can move into it. So we stayed in a garage with my one year old daughter. We paid our got married paid cash. Put my husband through school. He got his associates degree paid twenty five thousand cash we saved we didn't do anything. So I thought it was really good with money the money that we save the fifty thousand they told us that they would put our name on the house within a year after we moved into this house that they bought put your name on it before you moved in. I was twenty three and I should have listened to my grandfather. But I did not. I just went off the trust of my husband's family and what my husband said his dad, so we moved in. Did you put money into the house? Yes. It was a two bedroom. One bath, we added a master bedroom. House. That's not in your name. That's not in mine crap. Yes. And with the promise that it was going to be in our name. I said, I don't even want it put in my name without you know, just a gift because that's what they're saying. It was a gift but said, I will pay you like, we'll we'll pay you know, we'll buy it off, you whatever, you know. They just said, no, no, no, don't worry about it. So we added this stuff on and you know, sticky situation, ugly situation never will do about again co show before I run out of time. What happened? We added back house as well. So anyways, the house never gonna get in our name. They basically are not putting it in our name. So you're going to have to move and start your life over right? Well, the thing is is that obviously it was a they bought it at the time where it fell. So they've bought a really cheap house or mortgage is only fifteen hundred your mortgage in anything. You don't have one mortgage or a rent? But I always wanted to be a homeowner. I.

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"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Ramsey show. Hi, dave. Thank you so much for taking my call. Sure. What's up? Well, first off I just found you a week ago. So I'm very very new a little background is I've been married for seven years with three kids together for fifteen thirty years old. I thought I was really good with money. We had moved back and saved and paid off got married at age twenty three with our daughter. Save fifty thousand his little sticky situation. My husband's family said they wanted to buy houses for all their sons. And they told us, you know, save your money. We're going to purchase this house, and you guys can move into it. So we stayed in a garage with my one year old daughter. We paid our got married paid cash. Put my husband through school. He got his associates degree paid twenty five thousand cash we saved we didn't do anything. So I thought it was really good with money the money that we save the fifty thousand they told us that they would put our name on the house within a year after we moved into this house that they bought put your name on it before you moved down. I was twenty three and I should have listened to my grandfather. But I did not. I just went off the trust of my husband's family, and what my husband said his dad, so we moved into to put money into the house. Yes. It was a two bedroom. One bath, we added a master bedroom house. That's not in your name. That's not in my crap. Yes. And with the promise that it was going to be in our name. I said, I don't even want it put in my name without you know, just a gift because that's what they're saying. It was a guest. But I said, I will we'll pay you like, we'll pay you know, we'll buy bite off, you whatever, you know. They just said, no, no, no, don't worry about it. So we added this stuff on and you know, sticky situation, ugly situation never will do about again Toshio before I run out of time. What happened? We added back house as well. So anyways, the house is never going to get an r name. They basically are not putting it in our name. So you're going to have to move and start your life over right? Well, the thing is is that obviously it was they bought it at the time where else so they bought a really cheap house or mortgage is only fifteen hundred your mortgage in anything. You don't have mortgage or a rent. But I always wanted to be a homeowner. They.

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"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on 710 WOR

"To the Dave Ramsey show. Hi, dave. Thank you so much for taking my call. Sure. What's up? Well, first off I just found you a week ago. So I'm very very new a little background is I've been married for seven years with three kids together for fifteen thirty years old. I thought I was really crude with money. We had moved back and saved and paid off got married at age twenty three with our daughter safe fifty thousand his little sticky situation. My husband's family said they wanted to buy houses for all their sons, and they told us, you know, save your money, we're gonna purchased this house, and you guys can move into it. So we stayed in a garage. With my one year old daughter. We paid our got married paid cash. Put my husband through school. He got his associates degree paid twenty five thousand cash we saved we didn't do anything. So I thought it was really good with money the money that we save the fifty thousand they told us that they would put our name on the house within a year after we moved into this house that they bought they put your name on it before you moved down. I was twenty three and I should have listened to my grandfather. But I did not. I just went off the trust of my husband's family, and what my husband said his dad, so we moved into to put money into the house. Yes, it was a two bedroom. One bath, we added a master bedroom. A house. That's not in your name. That's not in my name crap. Yes. And with the promise that it was going to be in our name. I said, I don't even want it put in my name without you know, just a gift because that's what they're saying. It was a gift, but I said, I will will pay you like, we'll we'll pay we'll bite off you whatever, you know. They just said, no, no, no, don't worry about it. So we added this stuff on and you know, sticky situation, ugly situation never we'll do about again coach. So before I run out of time. What happened? We added back house as well. So anyways, the house never gonna get in our name. They basically are not putting in. So you're going to have to move and start your life over right? Well, the thing is is that obviously it was a they bought it at the time. We're at fell so they bought a really cheap house or mortgage is only fifteen hundred your mortgage in anything. You don't have morgage. Ari rent? But I always wanted to be a homeowner. They feel.

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"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"To the Dave Ramsey show. Hi, dave. Thank you so much for taking my call. Sure. What's up? Well, first off I just found week ago. I'm very very new a little background is I've been married for seven years with three kids together for fifteen thirty years old. I thought I was really good with money. We had moved back and saved and paid off got married at age twenty three with our daughter safe fifty thousand his little sticky situation husband's family said they wanted to buy houses for all their sons, and they told us, you know, save your money. We're going to purchase this house, and you guys can move into it. So we stayed in a garage with my one year old daughter. We paid our got married paid cash. Put my husband through school. He got his associates degree paid twenty five thousand cash we saved we didn't do anything. So I thought it was really good with money the money that we save the fifty thousand they told us that they would put our name on. The house. Within a year after we moved into this house. They bought put your name on it before you moved down. I was twenty three and I should have listened to my grandfather. But I did not. I just went off the trust of my husband's family and what my husband said his dad, so we moved in. Did you put money into the house? Yes. It was a two bedroom. One bath, we added a master bedroom. A house. That's not in your name. That's not my name crap. Yes. And with the promise that it was going to be in our name. I said, I don't even want it put in my name without you know, just a gift because that's what they're saying. It was a gift, but I said, I will pay you like, we'll we'll pay, you know, our will bite off you whatever, you know. They just said, no, no, no, don't worry about it. So we've added this stuff on and you know, sticky situation, ugly situation never will do about again before a run out of time. What happened? We added back house as well. So anyways, the house would never gonna get in our name. They basically are not putting it in our name. So you're going to have to move and start your life over right? Well, the thing is is that obviously it was a they bought it at the time. We're at bell. They've bought a really cheap house or mortgage is only fifteen hundred your mortgage in anything. You don't have one mortgage. Ari rent? But I always wanted to be a homeowner. They feel.

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"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on WRVA

"Population So two percent of American, population are black males. Between the age of fifteen thirty years old but that two percent commits about forty eight percent of the murders forty-seven percent of the armed robberies fifty two percent of burglaries and serious crime and, so that's about twenty five times their number and the reason African American males tend to get shot disproportionately is because disproportionately African American males involve themselves. In serious criminal misbehavior that brings them, in contact with police officers if you don't commit serious crime the odds of a cop showing, up to confront you are rather slight correct Right well. I as I, say what, you find is that almost all the time that, all the time but the vast majority of times that police shoot somebody. The person has some type of weapon they're almost always involved in the commission of a crime you know mistakes do happen but they're very small rate and when you're talking about you know so. We have a lot of concentration on cases where maybe the person, didn't have a weapon where mistake might, have been made and it doesn't give. People kind of an overall accurate impression of of. What the typical case looks like and of course in Texas Ted Cruz running for reelection the Democrats you say have a new hero beta O'Rourke who's campaigning against Ted Cruz. Arocca search the cops are killing, unarmed black children at a frightening level and are being held accountable and by By saying such things he wants to, turn out the black vote to believe lies that may voted so why. Are so many politicians motivated to scare the hell out of black people when the facts. Are different You know I don't know you have. To go and ask some political expert I mean I suppose I suppose I mean I just tried to put the numbers together on these things and try to get them as accurately as I can find them, but I guess the sad thing to me is that if you are making it so, that, blacks believe that they can't trust the police officers that makes them less likely. To go and report crimes to police and that lowers the arrest and conviction rates for those, crimes and given that you have unfortunately blacks, are the most likely victims of violent crime, already in the United States if you lower the arrest and conviction rates for people who go and commit crimes against blacks you're going to see more crimes being committed and that makes it. So that those vulnerable that vulnerable population in the United States is going to be? Even more likely be victims They, already, are and brings about the law of unintended consequences what we which we see. Plan out every weekend in the city of Chicago Dr John Lott thanks again for coming on, president founder of the crime prevention research council, if the American people want to get some of these facts instead of the left-wing media diatribe in the pandering where do they go Well they go to our website. At. Crime research. Dot org crime research dot ORG, and it's the crime prevention research center. But thank you very much Dr lots of truth will set you free thank you very much on let's continue, with more about that America, is one of the lowest. Countries. In the world for mass shootings grossly. Lower and disproportionate population did. You know that from the media Let's continue with more Bill Cunningham here the great. American live with you every.

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"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Mean he just he just beat his jumper and the interesting thing is all this became part of his stand up people said over the years that than tons of jokes about that vipin of that of behavior that he is talk so do you think he's really sorry you're think he's sorry they've got you got outed both like on some it seems like he's i don't know woolsey he he'll come out and start to talk about this you will soon i think that he will um i can't say that any any of these guys in the domino's continue to fall i wanted to take ten seconds to say the victim men and women mostly women have come out or very brave are to bring this out even if it's ten fifteen thirty years later it takes a lot of bravery as you can see buyers depending on the story there is backlash and there is personal stuff the you have to carry through your life so don't forget about these victims and their bravery coming forward to say this happened to me by a highprofile versus reporter uh speaking of bravery uh coming up in the four o'clock hour we're we're going to introduce you to major joe craca joe was shot down as a four over vietnam is we headed to a veterans day remember all the veterans out there he's gonna tell you historian what it was like to stay at the hanoi hilton and that coming up at six o'clock tonight we'll talk to jim farmer he was shot down in his bvb to his whole crew us and he was actually rescue a wait to hear about his rescue in vietnam it's the ron and don show who rob ross providing air power at all the vets out there why would you be listen to car radio check in the cars now with tracy taylor this traffic report brought to you by the queen casino.

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"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"What happened at the new republican the only reason anybody care was because there was the silicon valley guy who had tried to make it into something in failed what i will say though about media and is it the institutions if the institutions change the motivations are the same um you know facebook is an advertising company basically and they are fighting for a slice of human attention in the same way that newspapers were ten fifteen thirty years ago fifty years ago and it was the monopoly position of newspapers that gave them their power and you can look at you know the technology is different but it the people and their motivations and the way that we think about them are the same and so i would say that i think about facebook at the media company um and the certainly now with all the attention that we're giving what those companies whether it's facebook or twitter their role in the election in they are occupying much more a position much more of the same kind of position as of a of a media company than they were of a tech company i mean the technology operates in a certain way and it's interesting to know how that happens um but i actually think that the the the covering those kinds of institutions whether it was the new york times at a certain point or facebook today it's kind of the same it's the same mechanism and it's the same way of thinking about them and i approach it that way so the institutions that i'm less interested in now are the ones that were big fifty years ago but i still think that the kind of reporting is super valuable an interesting to me but you're still employed by the institutions that were big fifty years ago yep.

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"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is warranty group so if you're watching this company it's a five billiondollar company out of new york so you'd be you'd be up very early i'd say any case there you go i also want to bring in right now silent casiano lavigne's on that the speech that we got long speech president she laying out a roadmap for turning china into a leading global power by the year 2050 as if it isn't already i guess even more of one she warned of severe challenges in this speech the communist party it lasted three hours he called for reform of state run businesses more reform tougher financial sector regulation and a really chinese brand of so socialism simon is the emerging markets strategist at legal and general investment management he was on with us television earlier or is now joining us in the studio in london simon what did you take firm president she's speech as you say i think it's more to ascertain his leadership role that he really is in charge and the next five ten fifteen thirty years of trying to provide some sort of a stability in a plan oversee this is all being slow down in the way with teething with the corporate debt to gdp level is you know about 100 and seventy percent highest in emerging markets on a actually highest property in the world so this this is something that they need to deal with economic but looking ahead what we need from china is stability both on the economic an oath also on the foreign policy front what will the feds what will the ecb of red into today do you think so i think what the uh most focused on is how much is china going.

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"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen thirty years" Discussed on KOMO

"Are underway to puerto rico to help with relief efforts there cobbles charlie harder as the story be you've been did you see all those relief supplies that have arrived in puerto rico by ship but are still waiting at the port is from impact northwestern too low i want make it there problems are applied out he says they had a group of volunteers headed to puerto rico to get things where they need to go first group is on route another one heads out next week charlie harger komo news debating bridge island lately city leaders are trying to improve downtown parking you'd wanna hear about your experience almost kristen drew has the story if you've ever been to bainbridge island done a nice day then you know downtown has a parking problem plenty of parking in the morning by ten o'clock it fills up jerry children's owns a bakery along winslow wearing and has the view of all the traffic he also knows some just simply avoid it locals don't come downtown office saturday certainly not in the afternoon because they're pretty certain that they won't find a place to park the city they'll ask asking people to share their experiences it out parking downtown whether you're a driver cyclist are pedestrian it's all part of a longterm study on parking lot of this is trying to look forward what's the next ten fifteen thirty years going to look like on the island doug is a city manager he says they are considering a number of options but w one that keeps coming up is a city old parking lot near city hall bainbridge island gets about one hundred thousand visitors a year on the ferry as city officials also want to hear from them too in the meantime drivers we'll continue circling the blocks for parking and if they are lucky get advice from locals said no the secrets spots on bainbridge island christian drew komo news time eleven forty year angels beat the mariners 65 tonight.

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