17 Burst results for "Fifteen Twenty Hours"

"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"There's this really cool like a beaver monster. There's an ember main which this lizard type dude, but also like a cat that has like a fiery fiery, Maine, it's, it's, it's really cool. They've been doing a really good job of making the armor, look like you know, what you're making it out of its, it's been fun like the weapons. There's, there's only a handful of different types of weapons, but they're pretty straightforward. And they seemed I'd use the sort at first and that was completely mash e you know there's not a lot. Nuance to it. But yeah. Weapon death is like the thing in most so they do have a lot of that in some of the other webs or anything like the charge plate there. That's just like super. Yeah. Kind of like the hammer is actually surprisingly. Nuanced like. You've got bullets type things that you can put in the hammer and that'll give it a charge. So if you're swinging, you can hit another button, right before it lands, and then disperse that bullet and slows up hang on. Are you telling me that instead of a gun blade? They've gone amid a gun hammer kind of all right. Achey use that to like lodge up in the air and come down. It's there's a lot of cool shit going on with the weapons. I'm I'm finding myself like using different types solid time, like I don't have one main like I've gotten a earth type for, you know, this specific monster in particular. But. Yes. Settled down for the most parts wait times are still out there. I guess you know as far as like getting into the queue in whatnot. But yeah, I'm having a good time does the free to play stuff is, is mostly cosmetic. For the most part. There are certain things that you can get like cells, which augment your your weapons. That you don't pay for outright. But, you know, if you get like a battle pass type thing you can get. Cores which you can then turn into cells. Anyway, they call it a battle straight up to call it a battle pass. But other than that. Yeah. Like it's not too. I don't know pretty friendly. It's not too bad. I'm gonna check that out. Yeah. Give it a give it a shot for a little scratch the itch up until was ice, ice warns any it. Yeah. Totally. Yeah. It's, it's definitely scratch on that. It's like I've tried to hop back into monster. Hunter world's a couple of times recently and just wasn't able to stick with it. But no, I've probably got fifteen twenty hours into this, and going strong. How does like the match making and stuff compare to monster hunter? So instance base is all instance, based, and everybody gets kind of silo it into a queue you know, you don't know who exactly. You're going to go in with but you can go in with up to four people. So basically, you can go on patrols, which you'll it'll such you into like a type like a like a elemental types. So you wanna go on a fire patrol or something like you'll only fight fire monsters on that patrol or you can choose the monster individually. Sure, a, so you're not expecting you can spec ahead of time. Exactly. Yeah. And even pre-match you can you can do. That as well. So that's, that's very streamlined. That's very friendly. Cool. It's not like you have to go to a specific map and just kind of wander around hoping that this particular monster will or something like that. So you can you can hunt directly the school. It's, it's really neat for for for free to play game. I wasn't expecting too much out of it. But is there any kind of social help where we can show you shit off totally. This is a big social hub. I'm not sure how many people are. Allowed in their bright. So does it people in randomly? But you don't have to match with your friends to go. No, no gathering hub now. And yet, it's matchmaking. He's been pretty great, actually you don't win win..

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"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"In the money, just isn't there to get you through the next twenty or thirty years, you need some additional income the way that you do that first of all you get the proper education, you have to learn the right strategies in the right assets to use to generate income that's different than the kind of investing that you do for your long term wealth, and we cover both of those in these workshops, we go over the reasons that people aren't generating income, and it's primarily because you are positioned in the wrong assets, the wrong strategy by Wall Street, it it's it's a strategy that benefits them in any market condition because you're paying fees. Even if you're losing money in the down downmarket, you're paying fees. But if you if you understand how to get your arms around your own money, you can eliminate those fees for one thing. And then we'll show you how to make money in a downmarket shorting is one way of doing that. That's one of the things that we talk about in these free classes, and we'll explain that. And explain why you need to know how to do something like shorting or it could be an option strategy or it could be a what we call an inverse ETF an exchange traded fund, very similar to a mutual fund goes the opposite direction of the underlying index or sector, well, Ellen talking about a need for a second income Aguirre tear, there's listeners out there. There's some that that really do love their job. They just don't make enough money to do the things that they've always wanted to do. And I'm I'm sure there's other listeners out there that, you know, have a boss that they can't stand in really don't like their job. And they're looking for a plan b they're looking for something that they can transition. Too. But the key here is to always have that plan b that you can fall back on with extra income. Absolutely. Their plan b should be a supplemental or a second income a an additional source of income. It doesn't have to be from a another job. And unfortunately, that's what most people do if you want to boost your income you either work overtime. You get maybe a second or third job. And and what that does it takes time away from your family from your friends and doing the things that you want to do if you can generate more income than you could by having a second job. Maybe in that second job you put what another fifteen twenty hours a week into doing that away from your family. Maybe only an hour a week or a couple of hours a week you can generate more income than that. And have all of that free time to do what you want. You know, you mentioned some of our students have jobs that they love that that don't pay enough to really give them the lifestyle that they would like to have. Well, you can use the markets. To kind of fun that that extra income once you learn the strategy. You learned how to follow the rules that in part in re you get back to those rules a second because that was the biggest impediment. I think to be successful for the majority of the people that tried to invest on their own are their emotions, your emotions are going to get you into a trade at the wrong time keep you in too long or get you out too soon by following a set of rules that takes that emotional tr- part of the trading out of the the the equation. And that's what you have to do. If you want to be successful that also diminishes the amount of time that you have to you have to put into this. And by the way, Wall Street follows a plan, they're they're very precise about the price. They want to pay for something. They know exactly what the prophet is that they want to achieve and they also know what lost. They're going to accept because loss risk and loss is a part of investing. You can't get away from that. But you can manage. And that's what the the big banks and institutions do they're fine taking a small loss because they know their gains fire exceed that and the number of losses are much much smaller than the than the wins that they have. So let's give some more passes away and get people started down the the right path. You're exactly right L in right now, we've got the three hour class at L reference coming to where the academy is actually located in in Bloomington as well as a location near you in that class classes, real see exactly what it takes to generate that consists them consistent income, no matter what the market is doing in just a second..

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"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"To this stuff. Fifteen twenty hours a week. This is what you like you like to listen to these hopefully both sides and determine what's right and wrong. I've had situations where I've come out at the beginning. And my initial impression was one way. And when you really look at the details, you're like, wait a minute. Now. This is the other way it happens a lot. Now, it's our jobs. So you know, we have to do it. Most people will actually have real work to do things that actually help the country in like move our economy forward and things like that important things where we get to sit here and blab all day. So we have that luxury of being able to sit here and look at all the stuff all day long and try to figure out the nuance there. Most people don't talk radio listeners are an exception. I think generally speaking because they're willing to spend. I mean, if you're listening to this show, maybe a couple of the other big national shows urine for full-time job listening to talk radio. I mean, we're doing fifteen Russia's doing fifteen headed he's doing fifteen you're at forty five hours. Right. Like, you've spent a good chunk of your week listening to people talk about these issues and break them down and give you different perspectives on and hopefully and at the end of the day, you're going to be a lot more informed than the average person. Who's just not he's not going to follow these things that closely, and you see how this would react if you're if you're flipping through the headlines, you don't look at it. Pictures. You don't watch the video you see transgender person harassed at game. Stop you eight-game stop. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Up. Did nothing wrong there at least as far as the information. We have at this point doesn't seem to have done. Anything wrong was completely the rational actor in that in that situation the game, stop employees. No question. Tripoli seventy seven BBC gates stupor Glenn on the Glenn Beck..

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"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"But at some point like budgeting makes a lot more sense. And so it's really tricky. And that's where I think it's why think entrepreneurs learned the hard way and business, and I think it's why runner learn firsthand hard way because there's really no way to teach that to somebody. You really have to see like where is that? What what is it optimal amount that you can do like we're sort of pressing forward, but not too much where you're sort of putting yourself in jeopardy or your your company jeopardy, or whatever it is? And that's that's one of those things where there's not there isn't a book for that like there. And if there is it wouldn't it wouldn't be specific enough for the person, you know, it'd be too general. So I think it's toward the I've seen these races. You know this this past weekend. There's a lot of first time hours field. And that's that's partly what they should be the failure rate being it's kind of on the high end for most races this race. I think the conditions very hard. But I think yeah. Certainly being a first time on her miler the people run races. They run on probably run fifty mile races. Well, but they've never seen what the amount of suffering before it, and it made a lot of those kind of started fast or just a little things long along the way. It was first, you know, ten fifteen twenty hours, whatever it is. And they just don't know how to fix the problem now. And and maybe they didn't finish the race. And I bet next race. They'll come back, and they won't make this sexy got because they now they they learned the hard way whatnot do, and that's that's a lot of what what life is. And it's a lot of running. Powerful are full stuff. Definitely I think we covered both, you know. Extremes relentless. But also be sure to take breaks. Ultimately, I guess, and then that comes down to you know, no matter how extreme your activity whether it's running a hundred mile race. Whether it's building a business, again, working on a some creative projects, and the and does come down to, you know, making sure that you have the right balance such that, you know, you're pushing super hearts at the same time, though, you're doing it in a way where you don't go overboard. So it doesn't become completely destructive. So that was very very powerful lesson before we wrap up wanted to ask you is there any piece of life advice. You would give to the ideology. That's everybody listening to this now as a parting message. The life advice. That's that's heavy. It's like it's like it's like the meaning of life question. I think I think you have to find and one thing I think you have to find the thing you're really passionate about and I know this people use in reference to like finding the job you're Gardner about and sort of doing that. I think that's it's not a bad idea. It's not always super crackle just think that you should find, you know, anything or things you're passionate about life. And then really, you know, not just pursue it sort of Gresley, and and sort of take pleasure in and sorta spend your time doing it. But try to try to get better at it..

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"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

The Successful Encore Career Podcast

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

"Well, you could try to cram all of your information on one page, but that's probably not a good strategy. So a two page resume is for a job seeker, who is is currently looking for a position that's at or above what they are currently working at or their most recent position. And this is a specially true if you have. I would say any more than ten years of experience, because sure right out of college. You might have that one page resume, but for most job seekers, to try to cram enough information into a single page, either means you're going to miss a lot of stuff or the font is going to be so small that nobody can read it right, so that that's it can can. Can I ask to is it still common thought that when an employer is reading a resume, number one, they don't go through the whole thing. I, they're going to give you seven seconds. So of everything on this on the resume. The most important part is the first third of the first page summary section. Also even in the second round of reading it, they may not get to the second page. So what regardless of one pager to the most important stuff is still. That first page, the most important stuff is always page one in, and in fact that top of the full as we call it top third of the page right at that absolutely has to pretty much hit an employer between the eyes or they're not gonna move on. So yeah, the one h resume, y'all new college grads, but also if you are really at a stage in your life where you wanna take a pretty big step back and you don't want the level of responsibility that you've had and basically you're just looking for work that's fulfilling, but it doesn't take up your entire day. You can carefully pair your resume back to one page and just present key elements of your experience. That again relate to the type of work that you wanna do, which may just be maybe you've been pretty high level sales manager. Now you just like to spend fifteen twenty hours a week, answering customer coats or something like that. There's a lot of experience there, but the employer doesn't want to see somebody that they would think would be overqualified. So you need to just present the most key elements of that experience. And then you know, you could explain to the employer in your cover letter which we actually aren't going to talk about at the moment, but you can explain to them that it is. You've made the decision to step back and therefore you're looking for a position at this level of responsibility, and you know that a lot of clients will say things like, oh, I'm not going to dumb down my resume. Going to a one page resume isn't dumbing it down. It's just that you are focusing on the job and it's the job is a much lower position than what you have had before. That's okay. If that's what you're looking to fulfill to that will fulfill you in your next employment. Opportunity. So what you're trying to do is more focus in on just the absolute information that that employer neat, not the breadth and scope of your previous positions? That's correct. I wouldn't call it dumbing down..

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"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on Upgrade

Upgrade

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on Upgrade

"Need to buy one product and that might lost you in any situation you wanna be in like ona's zoom and we own i own one stephen owns one as well because if i'm traveling anywhere to anytime for show it's ways recorded on the zoom because i know the zoom is gonna get it right every single time those things are amazing laptop running software that's recording all that the software could record wrong the inputs could be wrong when you when you have a dedicated recorder all of the fear really goes away as long as it's got power or battery it just it's it's not a problem and the only thing is i i will say it is a little bit weird in that like when you plug it in to use inefficient kinda you still have to turn it on and say please put this in usb audio mode and all of that so it's more fiddly than a regular up every time but it is super versatile the h six again is one of those things that like i bought h four which is which is a lot cheaper it's two hundred and i really liked it and then i realized i was doing podcast with six people or more and that they made one that i could record six microphones and i bought more microphones eight six i sold off the h four because the six is about three hundred and fifty bucks it's not cheap but it is so versatile and if you ever expect to leave your room and record podcasts out in the world or go on trips and talk to people like it is it it is a spectacular piece of technology and i remember i was telling stephen hackett this not too long ago i remember the first contact flash based recorded that we got it macworld it took like i want to say i don't think it was maybe it was four double as for w batteries and you could record for about forty minutes and then the batteries were dead and the compact flash card could hold you know a couple of hours and that was it today with these recorders if you put four aa batteries in these things they'll go for like twelve fifteen twenty hours i don't know it's a long time a very long time and and those st cards will hold days of audio so you can literally just keep recording things and never erase it and it would be a long time before the card filled up so it's pretty amazing how the tech has advanced on audio recording stuff and it's it's worth keeping in mind especially if you're not if you're not recording podcasts on skype but you're just doing things in person with people you don't even need a computer setup then you need microphones and a recorder and do it that way all right let's quickly bless her to software because i feel like i have less to say on the south shore because it's too complicated to get into in detail we both use logic pro ten for our editing i think we have both used garish bond garage band that's what you should start with but guess with something point dealing with lots of tracks you've got lots of the clips that you want to put in that you need something that has a bit more versatility a little bit more reliability and that's when logic steps in but there is a huge learning co for logic i recommend finding a company that is a close on it and taking a look at those closes to try and help understand how to use it because it is difficult because it's not made for podcasting it's made for music so you kind of have to bend it to your willa little bit but it is great we both use audio hijack from rogue amoeba as a way to record our audio coming in right now.

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"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"That would give us a nice target sell price of a hundred and six dollars and twenty six cents again the big concern we have here debt that would you say four hundred percent you've got to look at that you gotta understand the equity and it's just a big concern in which i dig on the balance sheet a year ago their debt was three point five billion dollars four point two billion directly is increasing was three hundred fifty three million a year ago now it's about a billion now but i would have to understand more about that debt because it it does look bad directories kind of small they could be also buying back stock which would decrease or equity which is a good thing because you buy back stock but you gotta be careful here so i like everything except for that debt and i just i don't know if i get comfortable with it all right can i ask you not to your church or um i agree totally you should buy stock and put it away and think long term and i do think long term but i tend to buy like half a position get into a stock and that's kinda watch it okay at the beginning yeah i see what your philosophy is what we do is we'll spend fifteen twenty hours of research we'll look at it coming for two three or four months so when we do it we get we by six percent of our portfolio because at that point in time we know very well because when negative with what you're doing is you find something you get a good price for it and then it's up four months down the road like oh shoot i should about more so i see what you're doing but i would say do all your research i then when you liked the company then go ahead and buy a good position all right okay thank you okay richard i have a great day bye all.

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"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Some tournaments are wide open i mean would you say that there are between six and a dozen who are most likely to win this one i do i think i think maybe more than that i think the way the golf course is set up this year the us jay's decide to set chinook up with little bit wider fairways and we've seen here in the past i think that's gonna give more players opportunity to get the ball in play and be able to be a little bit more aggressive with some iron play into the greens it's still a golf course favors the the longer hitters and i think that wider fairways definitely favor them even more so it's a course that the green complexes are very difficult there's they're raised there's mounds ridges there's roloff areas that if you missed the green the ball's gonna roll good fifteen twenty hours off the green there well bunkered so it's gonna be critical to be able to play great iron shots from the fairway to have any chance to make birdies and i think we've had some rain today at soften off the golf course i think there's a great opportunity for these guys shoots pretty good scores over the next two days prediction today india that vic go pretty low which has not been the case in the past at shinnecock no no it's is not been the case at the us open until these last year they decided to go too much wider fairways and not a lot of rough around the greens i mean here you can put the ball chipped the ball basically set up very much like an open championship in scotland so we're seeing more of that type of player on here i'm a you know old guy that i really do love the twenty three yard fairways with four and five inch deep rough all around the place we are going to see that this week in terms of of the people involved start with someone who is not considered the favourite but he will be the most watched and of course that's tiger woods.

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"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

The Successful Encore Career Podcast

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

"Absolutely but it's a great way to if you can make money doing something you love oh absolutely in the first place for your career what a blessing that is right but if you had to do a career like you said you're tired of the numbers and you really wanted to go into this other thing that would be just a wonderful thing to do we talk a lot of people that work at like car factories and they're physically just broken down and for them to go in for fifteen twenty hours a week to their buddies shop and actually enjoy that process you know that's a that's a big deal so wonderful so do you have any other words of wisdom for our listeners i think we've gone through our questions and had a great conversation and focused on all the kopech is bringing to the community and we thank you for that all right i'm glad to hear it's going strong to tell hell and businesses that's scream we really enjoyed the opportunity to share all of our speakers expertise and obviously your partnership for so long right rose happened to help out any way good good well thank you so much for joining us today on our podcast program for having me thanks for listening to the successful encore career podcast presented by employment for seniors and sponsored by central ohio area agency on aging nationwide insurance and ino source this podcast is available on our website employ seniors dot org as well as apple podcast i tunes pot being youtube or your favorite podcast player to help us defray the cost of producing the podcast consider donating to employment for seniors go to employ seniors dot org and click on the donate now button any amount is appreciated and we'll make sure that we thank you for your support in an upcoming podcast episode employment for seniors is the premier resource linking mature adults with employment opportunities if you're fifty years of age or older and living in central ohio we're here to help you find employment and central ohio.

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"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Whole time they couldn't possibly go out in public without some type of protection and i think our kids i the only thing i would like to say you know basically became a get out the liberal vote rally is this march for our lives in dc the only thing i would say to these kids is i i would first thing i'd say is i wanna make sure we never have another kid in america ever being shot at ever i would i'd like to make it that you get the same protection the politicians get at least we owe you that i would i would say you deserve the same protection that actors and actresses get on the red carpet during the academy awards and i'd say listen here's how i wanna keep you safe i wanna make sure every school in america has a threat security assessment i wanna make sure that the perimeter is surrounded and that there's there's control points of entry at every school i'd like to see backpacks checked and metal detectors used and i'd like to see every kid go through an id system so that nobody anybody that doesn't belong in that school can't get into that school and then i'd like to see to concealed carry retired military policemen on every floor of every school and the way we're going to pay for it as anybody that contributes fifteen twenty hours a week retired military retired police then he school or any schools they would get tax free benefits federal and state and local taxes is way won't cost us anything and the threat assessment will be part of that.

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"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on WTVN

"I would like to say you know basically became a get out the liberal vote rally is this march for our lives in dc the only thing i would say to these kids is i i would first thing i'd say is i wanna make sure we never have another kid in america ever being shot at ever i would i'd like to make it that you get the same protection the politicians get at least we owe you that i wanna make sure every school in america has a threat security assessment i wanna make sure that the parameters surrounded and that there's there's control points of entry at every school i'd like to see backpacks checked and metal detectors used and i'd like to see every kid go through an id system since of entry at every school i'd like to see backpacks checked and metal detectors used and i'd like to see every kid go through an id system so that nobody anybody that doesn't belong in that school can't get into that school and then i'd like to see to conceal carry retired military policemen on every floor of every school and the way we're gonna pay for it as anybody that contributes fifteen twenty hours a week retired military retired police then he school or any schools they would get tax benefits federal and state and local taxes is way won't cost us anything and the threat of assessment will be you that if you banned everyone and confiscated everyone that they're only going to use another weapon and then we're going to be back at the same argument but we're going to guarantee you that if you banned everyone and confiscated everyone that they're only gonna use another weapon and then we're going to be back at the same argument but we're going to have more dead kids in the interim and i don't want kids dying in school i don't want kids feeling unsafe at school and if we could protect actors and actresses and we can protect everybody else our politicians that we ought to be able to protect her kids and that would be my argument but the fact that these kids are marching in that they're engaged and they're passionate i'm all for it i have no problem with it i don't have to agree with me i'm glad they're getting involved now let's have a real debate now let's have a real discussion on how to.

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"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Whole time they couldn't possibly go out in public without some type of protection and i think our kids the only thing i would like to say you know basically became a get out the liberal vote rally is this march for our lives in dc the only thing i would say to these kids is i i would first thing i'd say is i wanna make sure we never have another kid in america ever being shot at ever i would i'd like to make it that you get the same protection the politicians get at least we owe you that i want i would say you deserve the same protection that actors and actresses get on the red carpet during the academy awards and i'd say listen here's how i wanna keep you safe i wanna make sure every school in america has a threat security assessment i wanna make sure that the perimeter surrounded and that there's there's control points of entry at every school i'd like to see backpacks checked and metal detectors used and i'd like to see every kid go through an id system so that nobody anybody that doesn't belong in that school can't get into that school and then i'd like to see to conceal carry retired military policemen on every floor of every school and the way we're gonna pay for it as anybody that contributes fifteen twenty hours a week retired military retired police then he school or any schools they would get tax free benefits federal and state and local taxes is way won't cost us anything and the the threat assessment will be part of that deal we could do it for free.

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"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Whole time they they couldn't possibly go out in public without some type of protection and i think our kids are the only thing i would like to say you know basically became a get out the liberal vote rally as this march for our lives in dc the only thing i would say to these kids is i i would first thing i'd say is i wanna make sure we never have another kid in america ever being shot at ever i would i'd like to make it that you get the same protection the politicians get at least we owe you that i want i would say you deserve the same protection that actors and actresses get on the red carpet during the academy awards and i'd say listen here's how i wanna keep you safe i wanna make sure every school in america has a threat security assessment i wanna make sure that the perimeter surrounded and that there's there's control points of entry at every school i'd like to see backpacks checked and metal detectors as used and i'd like to see every kid go through an id system so that nobody anybody that doesn't belong in that school can't get into that school and then i'd like to see to concealed carry retired military policemen on every floor of every school and the way we're going to pay for it as anybody that contributes fifteen twenty hours a week retired military retired police then he school or any schools they would get tax free benefits federal and state and local taxes as way won't cost us anything and the threat assessment will be part of that.

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"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"To our clients so i'm buck 10 percent through to our clients served for their last year tortured client as with us and said june and they've done very well since june but they still had a lot of cash and they go we'd love what you do we understand how slow you move we love it and i said yeah because we i can't tell you when but we know there's me some pull back and when the pull that happens we'll have some cash should step in and buy some great companies at better prices and it must form part of investing is be patient i mean he can't nobody predicted what was going to happen last mean talked about it before but the s p kind using as an index had a ensure your drop which means from the top up to the bottom was about three percent i think the historical averages about fourteen a sixteen percent so we didn't see that many great buying opportunities last year nobody could have forecasted that so i mean we're very very patient and that's why look for companies were still able to find some companies that did hit a bear market last year in their own and that's when we step in bought them minute we've got one company which were on disclosed that were pretty excited about what is kind of waiting for maybe a little but a return but that company is down about 30 percent from his highs was kind of already had its correction that's where we will talk about all the research we do on companies were client and our portfolio a you know it's fifteen twenty hours of research before say yes here is a great by let's get into this company here we don't buy the stock market we buy stocks audit out market we thinker better companies to actually buy and sell foreign to retire about the company dropping district because a company draw doesn't in his goodbye new such a poll lay go from what eight hundred down to seven.

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"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"For students you can safely get students on and off buses without bus monitors that's what's called an unfunded mandate that's something that cities and towns have to pay money for the state says you have to do it but the state in supply the money let's figure out how we can remove some of these unfunded mandates from cities and towns so that they can save money so that we can reduce the car tax and not have to substitute those dollars from someplace else this is a couple other issues that business owners struggle with here in rhode island that i'm going to spend the last couple of minutes talking about a very quickly and one of them is the department of labor and training itself and if you've ever been laid off if you collected unemployment sure as a as a worker if you own a business you necessarily have to interact with the department labor and training anna on a periodic basis i know few people whose interactions with the department of labor and training would be considered positive it's a tough tough tough agency in which to work mi trafficsignal business uh i was trying to bring somebody on on a parttime basis who was collecting unemployment insurance so i was trying to do this person a favour by putting some bucks and they're pocket this person had skills that i could use in that business at the time so i was looking to bring a man for fifteen twenty hours a week and the unbelievable paperwork burden that i had as the employer who wanted to put somebody to work who was collecting unemployment insurance was so oh onerous so cumbersome that after just a few weeks i determined that it just wasn't going to work it wasn't worth the time and energy i had to put in to dealing with the department of labor and training to do that and you know now i'll does bring in temps who attacked asia see and let them handle all that crazy paperwork and.

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"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:30 min | 4 years ago

"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"You believe that i will have an opportunity to grow that here and unconcerned about what might involve or a single owner l l he added an employee there's no problem with that other than are you making a good living running it yourself i would i am making a now part grow and college if you're doing that and you're happy with how your running it you've been doing it for a decade you will change the entire nature of your enterprise if you start adding employees annan less him really want that growth of the business keep it simple and keep at small would just you part of morocco concern we've also adding unicoi what that might look like humming and point an and also adding more burden uae the bookkeeping and other things like that so uh you know if you're looking at me as a sounding board just hearing you it sounds like you need meat is say don't don't grow the business beyond what you can organically handle yourself so i want to suggest a possible compromise just tesco waters a little with a part timer don't jump in with both feet try with an additional person who works for you may be fifteen twenty hours a week see if you like that is and making is an improvement in your business or in your lifestyle israel and if it's not then go back to it just being you don't feel like you're suddenly going to climb a mountain with growing the business just dip your toes in the water you're listening to the clark howard show the the i'm trina webster i'm dan webster founders of z quiet let me be honest i snored he he did razi allowed now was forced to sleep on.

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"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

Clark Howard Show

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"fifteen twenty hours" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

"Uh the reason that i like it is in me and i lake um that there are fewer complications by eight you believe that i will have an opportunity to grow the business pretty significantly this year and i'm concerned about what might involve for a single owner l l c is adding an employee there's no problem with that other than or do making a good living running it yourself i would say that um i am making enough he keep our two girls and college if you're doing that and you're happy with how you're running it you've been doing it for a decade you will change the entire nature of your enterprise if you start adding employees and and seamer really want that growth that the business keep it simple and keep its small would just you and i think part of my concern was also adding an employee what that might look like humming and quite an an and also adding more burton qui time why doing bookkeeping and other things like that so if you're looking at me as a sounding board just hearing you it sounds like you need meat is to say don't do don't grow the business beyond what you can organically handle yourself so i want to suggest a a possible compromise just test the waters of little with a part timer oh don't jump in with both feet try with an additional person who works for you may be fifteen twenty hours a week see if you like that is making as an improvement in your business or in your lifestyle and if it's not then go back to it just being you don't feel like you're suddenly going to climb a mountain with growing the business just tip your toes in the water.

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