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"five hundred quarter" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Two eight three six zero five ninety we're talking about the order today closing all of the bars and telling all of the restaurants to shut down except for take out service in Austin and Travis county that's in effect for six weeks we're also keeping you up to date on the talks in Washington on yet another major package to help the economy eight hundred fifty billion dollars is estimated price tag on president trump's package senator Chuck Schumer is writing a package that the Democrats will propose at seven hundred and fifty billion dollars is a lot of money mark well when you had the one they passed Friday night is a hundred and eight billion get this is eight hundred billion give or take and then the first one was eight point five billion or so we're going to be what reaching close to a trillion we are we're pushing a trillion getting very very close and I think one of the most significant developments today in all of this is president trump putting his weight behind this idea of sending money directly to American adults his idea of the temporary payroll tax holiday is now been kind of put on the back burner the priority is this concept of sending out waves of checks Mitt Romney and others were saying a thousand dollars per adult and we'll see where that leads us out of it we don't know if that's a one time if it's every month during this crisis we don't know well and it's at one point earlier today was floated around it would be for those with an income of sixty five thousand in less I think right now I think the the the go away from the payroll taxes that they want something more immediate and they feel like saying okay a check to every American would be more immediate relief yeah and we did that during the two thousand and eight financial crisis when the economy collapsed the housing market collapsed they did the exact same thing but I don't remember all the details on either mark I don't either which category of people got to Jackson how long how much but they they did do it I'd forgotten about that until I saw it in the Wall Street journal this morning I don't remember what all the details were but a thousand dollars to every adult granted there are people out there who are doing pretty well we really don't need it but then again there are people on teetering but you don't know we don't know what to around the corner all this what what does that cut off point in your mind when you say there are people doing well who don't need it I don't know yeah and I'm not trying to we put you on the spot we all know there there is going to be a cut off set going to be a fight over that the Democrats wanted less low as possible right well Mnuchin already said yeah we're we're we're in agreement there should be a cut off but he said people that make a million a year shouldn't get the check right I well I I think it's interesting because I don't know how you do that because there are individuals in green it is their own fault that could be making let's say they use that sixty five thousand they could be making sixty five thousand but our board are on the edge of not being able to make it green it again it is their fault for not means Iraqi correct but I mean how do you say okay six five thousand five hundred quarter million I don't know it seems like to me over a hundred thousand dollars a year over with over two hundred thousand dollars a year and are they doing it per person or per household per person in the household yeah per adult is one scenario that I've seen yes five one two eight three six zero five ninety we wanna hear from you call or text is this is Jacob in San Marcus with mark Melinda and ed hello Jacob how do y'all how y'all doing fine Jacob good afternoon thanks Hey so I got three things warm up and doing a lot of research on this because I went to Florida last weekend for motocross race we practice all day Friday and they shut down the event Friday night before the race this Saturday Sunday so no man that kind of triggered me on the sixteen hour drive back to start looking this looks so like can prevent the spread of virus hasn't really been a big deal I've learned a lot about cancer and I did the same on a research on this and other cancer but today I found out that the fourteen temporary hospital in Wuhan what is rooted from have now closed as we talked about that yet Jacob we'll talk about that yeah and I live in China is not back to normal but going that way yeah parts are starting to open some public events are starting to happen it if there's a light at the end of the tunnel we've done a great job trump has of closing everything down yeah it's inconvenient yeah can be costly but the economy's gonna boom it gets going right now is how many people are moving items off the shelf and buying them so but that was pretty cool second thing for all these people being laid off or not having any work hello specially the restaurants service businesses H. 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L. might have noticed today or yesterday ATP's doing sixty nine at eight point help help help lockers then cameras aren't looking for warehouse workers drivers as well good point yeah Walmart and then third but last kind of little humor in this and about nine or ten months after the full quarantine the small six week quarantine thing we're gonna have a lot of babies yes that'll be taken anything here and there that in nine months will have the next generation will be the coronial some well my favorite Dr oz says a fourteener Sonya Ross says it's good to have sex Dr oz relief if you can't go to the gym I guess that's exactly what I said with your wife that's what he said there Jake of good to hear from you have a good day like what all right thank you five one two eight three six zero five ninety Jacob is correct we talked about it days ago at how they had closed the final of the fourteen pop up possibly as a creative I move on but it is worth repeating because there is light at the end of the tunnel there is even the Chinese basketball league they're starting to ramp up and start playing basketball again in China which they dearly love do you know how many new cases the World Health Organization announced for China yesterday let me ask I want to say it was like one or two I mean it was very small zero zero I mean even smaller than one into is what I'm gonna say yeah you were very close for January first for much December probably was the first December January March I wonder where the Chinese rowing team is because they were here remember there you are still stuck I we only have one eighteen cases here the Chinese rowing team did not bring it with five one two eight three six zero five ninety it's mark Melinda and ed three eleven A. 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"five hundred quarter" Discussed on First Take
"This man. He's our quarterback but he's got to produce excoriate them you don't give up on him but all of this massage going on. I'll tell you what have you done to tell you what what will tell you. Well go tell me what Baker Mayfield was last year. I was a little jameis Winston really. Yeah he needed to do it to play Davis the quarterback the first quarterback in history. That was the defensive player thirty touchdown. Sixty eight isn't isn't that like Baker. Excuse me both went. And that's the point. They both went number. One Jameis Winston has been in the league. Now what four five years. We didn't give up on him after after two years. He and Mario to turn how we've maybe but he morio turned out basically to be busts but we didn't say after two years with with having I've been hard tight Kevin. Hart Hi. I'm Kevin Love You. Make people pay playing football into the belly. CEO Day about defensive line the bottom line is this he can play. I'm not knocking Baker Mayfield. I know he's not a scrub. But my God to sit sit up there and the soak up all that adulation and to produce so little for the folks that have this insatiable appetite to continue to support him. What are you gonNA? What do next put a pacifier got? He got duels pressure. GM sit not if if GM who by the way the GM last you remember they passed up. What him to sit up there and keep John Dorsey and higher? Freddie kitchen had them in their last last year but the point is you get the job now and I have nothing but faith which you know but the best go come on in front of the microphone supported altered the nucleus there pick bake something to be proud of. Stephen Rattled ears number. Only we know what I thought. This was professional sports. Molly I didn't I didn't know that Abby and Dr Phil and everybody was applauded the sorry this this was football coach Jack under Hugh Jackson Saws and everybody before they got Baker Mayfield then even under Hugh Jackson the basically lost every single-game past everyone one game that's two years plus wants Hugh Jackson was gone since then Baker Mayfield's bit of five hundred quarter. Then why would you be going because he want. He won't because he underachieved with with as talented as they worry. underachieve could it be because this quarterback through twenty one interceptor. Yeah no doubt. And part of that is the effect of that. Coaching staff has other quarterback. My point is after two years. We've seen in Tennessee. By the way we saw a guy at Tanta he'll go from first round bust to Oh look at that and the other the thickest not bad not bad apologize. I'm going to pick up the phone. Yo you know what. There's a couple of spots in New York City. You talk about the treatment of pedicure back asking Baker Mayfield the ball enough but we. I saw everything about him to really think about getting on your getting buried. Come on man you gotta how to produce period so substance so so the pressure to make the playoffs correct. Excuse me are great. You never said this Beckham..
"five hundred quarter" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The presence watching and I remember the game too much it a good game of waiters careers opening night at oracle but just watching him warm up and go about his business and is just that just the best and you know I'm miss them and like I said we're all we all going to work a lot harder with down here so yeah anyway there's wanted talking a little sliding doors bill Simmons brought this up this morning that without the flea Kay I'm not a patriots fan as you know but without the fleet gave we wouldn't have got a look at Jimmy J. and what with the patriots have done that and if no one knew how good he was and what they've been able to keep on so I just want to find it interesting that you know deflate gate which is a little bit silly you know all these years later though the repercussions of it we're still looking at the at the at the waves now so that's good that's a very that's a very funny thought that and I guess he said bill Simmons added that if we're deflate gate really ended up hurting the patriots was not from nine missing Tom Brady but the idea that it showed the world Jimmy Garoppolo which only brought up his value right you were going to have to pay him which forced to ultimately trade him and not be able to keep him on the roster for maybe a little bit long out bill would have probably won games with anybody playing quarterback as you know it but I don't know if you would it was would have been as good as the Rapallo but that's one thing we see with with the ballot we have but me here's the thing when when they pulled off that trade it felt like it came out and certainly better Jacoby process yes but not much and grovel let's face it has been better than I definitely think either one of us thought because in the end both had that healthy skepticism saying well what is he true right well the the factory doesn't lose lose some of the guys in the hall of Famer but right keeps winning any sauce when Superbowl Sunday yes I mean if he continues to practice right right even if he throws a pass is again it's a very it's a very good point but I never would have guessed after the two games he started in New England and that's all it was it was too that was the other two that's right that stop my move and what I was thinking I should have been when I said they they start for all of stolen three in one year yeah but yeah you're right that's right we got her he got hurt but in those two games at the four touchdown passes didn't throw an interception they won both games and that gave you know other GM's the taste of a maybe this is the guy we should go after and then he goes to San Francisco in the middle of seventeen anyone five it was a story yeah and then last year to forget about he only played three games and initially go thirteen three so he's twenty one in five is a star in the regular season twenty three and five if you want to include the playoffs and yeah we sure Hey if you included Eli manning is above five hundred quarter yeah no you're right now and I do and I do you should vixen Fairfield pick our you what's up what's up fellas good afternoon so how are you pretty good Joe I you're just in the stand up past your bedtime it's a very weird life I live now say that you have on the golf course early but on one point I'll be I'll be on a golf course early to one not Tuesday but Wednesday because although you Florida well this will be fixed up here all week yeah well that's good at least as good for traveling you know I still rather be down there then my point is is Brady makes the move is he doing it there's the question will the bill check eagle with anybody right but Brady can you win without him but that bill Belichick you think he's making the movie does that question from self I think it was TV goes to I mean I I mean I you know if you go to some place like like the Tampa Bay bucs sort of charges I don't see how he's went in there if that's what he's thinking did you know that his motivation his motivation yeah I think I could be well maybe I think it says that I think is smart enough to know to you know it is certain teams if he goes to without went yeah but I mean he still has to know if you could eat today I think that question needs to be answered before he walks away but you know what I think I don't think it's answering the question Tom Brady at forty three or whatever he is going to a different team if he loses that's not going to answer any gonna say he's old and he's not as good as it looks so much Danity look I know you you got Kansas city to play once he got into an a FC championship game but you know when there either you know he went there he was successful there but he to win here would that be enough for Brady to go so let's say Brady goes next year he plays were ever use any gets them into play I ever get the chance again just gets made the playoffs I mean you I think you would still look at Brady in a very good light if you took some team to the playoffs as well you know but he took Tampa Bay to play once you leave Brady saying well this is this is something I think we're at the point with Tom Brady or doesn't matter at all time great amount of forty dollars but that way we enhance his you're right I'm just saying that he's going to be forty three years old next year if he fails if he's terrible matter anymore he's forty answering the call as a used is that he was done right that was the end of it yeah that's the thing Michael Jordan I know we retire when he came back with the Washington wizards and they make the playoffs once what question and that answer it was going to say well when when I was out of your fill now was or was over that was it hi it's impossible to get into somebody's head but I really think with him it's about respect and money is respect and that at times over the years on like drew Brees Tom Brady's taken discounts to help the salary cap and I think that Tom Brady probably says of forty three years old blinking I want to get yeah and so I don't know if it's going to be this channelization and maybe we have as fans of well should go here he can't win here you could do this it may be wow this team wants to pay me thirty five nine I still think at the end of the day he's going to why the plane went when I I'd stats may I mean I who knows I hope you're wrong well I want a mountainous sick of it Jessa and I even want him back there I I don't I don't know if that's guaranteeing them and all the you know road run to the Superbowl I don't know but it's not about a run was who also by getting his division and while he's not the same guy I agree with you on that is not the same getting I'm out is it is an easier rolled through him at this time instead Alex Bernardsville Alex how are you Hey what's going on guys how are you when I want to make on the Superbowl mean everybody talks about the San Francisco the line right and the pressure they gonna get on my home right all I could see if Ty retail running at like a jet sweep across town emulating member out like a G. does make you see that tap passed the tape on Austin yeah I could be in doing something like that and that's our retail turned to the new track so that was a West Virginia at all ninety and selves images on let me just let me let me throw that in there when you talk about Charles Smith is gone big time NFL players right now I understand and will work with you guys now that the game fourteen up in San Francisco's up is the game over no now did you say with the way the chiefs of come with their explosive offense the way all right but if Kansas city goes up forty not that is the game yeah I don't know if I agree with that I don't think either game is over right they can't for the Kansas City Chiefs is an easy answer we see how expose our offense can only the like the warriors when they were healthy two years ago they can make a twenty point deficit of three point deficit about two and a half minutes we've seen it before they got that fast break capable to three offense with things can change so quickly and from San Francisco standpoint I thank the same game they were down twenty six or twenty seven something of that nature to the saints earlier this season I thought they were done the face in a real good defense the St off at dawn they came back they won that game and not only do they come back in the game they came back in that game quick they did they came out I came back pretty fast you're a so I I don't buy you know you team falls behind a couple of scores their debt I think we saw the play he's referring to in the championship game that kinda jet sweeper slipped to tie re kill for a tough day to do it yeah they do it a lot this is a hell of an offense a no me call Harbans another guy to keep an eye and think about the big B. Y. makes on special Sammy Watkins Sammy Watkins floated the idea that he may I tell you as soon that's of it you know when I read that I guess this morning I read that that sounds so healthy is it as an insensitive to make sense thank the only only I'd be a little ways of dying to be a little worried about though you might lose some to take a year off you might I mean I don't know you might know the lady on bell yeah look it definitely did yeah I just I don't know what it does to physically obvious you can't just sit on your **** a bunch popcorn or anything like that are put on weight but it does sound healthy as an athlete that you can get a year away from football because me that'll probably prolong your career a few years later at least mentally side of Sammy Watkins is actually gonna do that but it was an interesting thought when I saw the house in Atlantic city al hi guys I used to know what's up I wanted to find out how you guys feel to thing that one really is for for how you guys feel about the jets with their creating died that may or may leave a race day I like reading the paper work you know.
"five hundred quarter" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"We'll see if easy to see if anyone remember this. Good Morning Southern California. What is that Ardell or something. That's that's where I shows. Good Morning Southern California no better no. Remembrance taste good morning show more not guys off to a good start today. Well I'm off to a fantastic start. Yeah because I really watch. Hi lites Mathematics Basketball Games. Good run very pleased two nights in a row. We've got good stuff on TV. Kind of ease into the next morning at the Monday night game and then last night you had a really exciting fun game when right down. The last couple of seconds of the game between the Lakers and the sons. Of course the Lakers win the game. What twenty three to one fifteen? I mean there's a whole bunch to talk about. Lebron there's the return of coups. There's Rondo making his season. Debut last night Alex Caruso making a big play down the stretch L Z And you doubt how about this I. Here's a question that I never thought we'd be asking during this season. Could the sons actually actually be a good team. Could the sons be key. You're saying when they beat the clippers clippers clippers. They the sons are not jokes. Sons are pretty good team the Lakers. I had to play hard last night to beat them. They did have to play hard. And the and the and the great thing about it is. We were at full-strength. Last night I mean in the sons of coached whale a missing. I mean they're missing embiid but they still got some players that can take and go aiden. I mean eighteen. What gender I should slap myself in the head for getting those two The Andre The missing the missing eight. And but here's a team. Has Coach will in the Lakers. Had to go out there and pull this thing out in the fourth quarter. They had to rely on coups because gave reverse exactly what we needed him to do. was hit some open jumper some open threes and knock down because that was a question mark coming in to the season is what type of shooter would he be. He showed US Rondo to the cup. I mean it was one of those deals where Rondo looked like. He was in midseason form to me. I mean he looked solid that that's the advantage of it being a player like region Rhonda. Who's been league forever? Who there's really nothing he's GonNa see that? Oh I've got to figure that out. He just don't think he needs to be as healthy as long as he's healthy he's he's going to know where to go what to do where to be and he looked like it last night and there's not a lot of rust to knock the guy like Ad. I mean to be so big league in agile and fluid just running the floor. I don't know when the last time I've seen a big run the floor like that other than our King Akeem ran the floor. I mean when you look a big do's and Akim wasn't a long beavis be I mean that's a big wasn't a dissolving durant not fit the mold because he was Kevin Durant was more of a to me he was more of a he was more of a four in a fake five. You know three in Ville seven feet tall I know he would but I know he was seven feet tall but he was rail thin and he's more like a d. Yeah were you a these long and so when you look at a D.. He He created aided steel. He ran the floor. No one goes down and flushes and finish it off. No they're they're the Lakers do a lot of things. The only thing that they didn't do particularly well last night was played defense. Because the son's going to lend you to just kind of that up and down style the sons they. They're channeling the some Jack version of the Houston Rockets. Where they're just running up and down taking taking a bunch of threes go? I mean how many possessions eroded the Lakers have last night where jail McKee got a dunk underneath the hoop where it just okay. Jails by himself throw it in their owning their dunk. I mean he had I WANNA say five hundred quarter he had five dunk. One stretch They're small they're number one pig. De'andre Aden my choice for rookie of the year. When wrong it was just one more time out? Yeah he's sometimes right now Kaci was he well. Speaking of He's not from Houston. I said he got caught cheating. Not that he's the only one. So we'll get to the you bite when they were small. And so you know Monte coach Monte Did what he needed to do which is say you know what. Let's not slow it down because if he's slow it down that's expose how small we are. Let's run them because I saw them lose Toronto because they got ran. So let's see what happens if we run them and they made a game out of it. That's that's basically the end of it. You know they. They made a game by running and hitting nearly fifty percent of their three. The only real head scratcher to me for the Lakers acres outside of the defense. Because the winning I look at the NBA as a whole teams. Do play some defense but nobody has shutdown defense. You know it's not. Nobody's nobody's going to score this this this. We're GONNA score one twenty. And you're going to get eighty-five doesn't always go in the nineties in the low hundreds and then their teams seems like the sons that would like to play in the one twenty. The rockets are comfortable playing in the one twenty s and one third is. They're comfortable planning to one twenties and thirties. You're not they're gonNA get theirs so in other words there's no a real. There's no this isn't like the eighties where you had the Detroit Pistons in the bad boy. That was the defense intimidation or the Lakers. When they showtime and intimidation humiliation was offense and you play against those type of teams that was beating people? Up is totally different now. The thing to me though. That was only alarming. Is that Lebron in at the free. Throw line that is weird to me that was just like I don't know what it is is really bad. It's not just Lebron. On Lebron was bad from the line last night he was to seven. The team collectively was bad at the line. There were eleven of twenty one. That's just a little bit better than fifty percent. Why why is this happening happening? It's been going on now. Even Luke was a coach. We are scratch her hands on my man. This is a bad free throw shooting team. Yeah I mean. I don't know if they're not. I mean from what Luke Said said last season they were working on it and they've talked about it and obviously everyone was aware of it but they couldn't get out of their own way with it. Lebron was to seven Was One of three but after that you know antidotes five sags Danny Green split a pair. Why miss the one that he had so coups hit both both of his really? This is skewed because three of ten came from James and came from McGee but James isn't a goat conversation speaking the the reason why you know his miss free throws are a little bit more eyebrow raising is because he's the most skilled player in the NBA. Free throw shooting part of that conversation and this has always been a glaring weakness of his well. Has It always been that. Look he's never been steph curry from the line. But he's also been for the most part of his career somewhere in the seventies which isn't good but it's not terrible it's every if a guy shooting seventy percents online line. He's got a chance to make them both and if he's not that anymore you look at what he is in. The weird part is in look. I'm not a shooting form guru route but I know when it looks right and I don't want it doesn't look right and this doesn't look right. He's he's taken. Free Throws Lakers played ten games. I've seen something that feels like ten different versions of Lebron James's free-throw routine. It's the routine is different. The stroke is different. The release all of these things lead me to believe that he's really really fighting it hard right now. He's I don't know if he's fighting it because his entire career has been defined by having multiple free throw routines as well L. is strokes in when I talk about routines. It's what does a player do in preparation before the free throw right. Criminal famously. Used a mumbled something. We still don't know what he says. Chouinard spell or something like that. I don't know but he among the hell out of something even typically hit his free throws Lebron. James has gone through step away. Step back. Lean over the line the rocking back and forth at the beginning of this season remember. He had a slight hitch. Sometime withdraw his own players into the lane and have a lane violation. So maybe that's why he's smooth it out a little bit to avoid lane. Violation relations is a totally different form. When you start at the beginning of the season is unusual for a player in the compensation to be this far in his career he she and still trying to figure out which free throws four and routine works best for me were unusual but if you're uncomfortable and something and and it's messing you up you try to correct it in? I think seven years. Yeah because because because you say to yourself I can be a seventy five eighty five percent free throw shooter but instead I'm sixty okay I v I do not. Oh well I'm now at sixty eight. Well if I do this. Maybe I'll we'll get to seventy five. Well if I do. You know you just keep trying to tinker with it. He's off about Lebron's percentages is. He followed a fairly typical pattern through the first was part of his career. which was you come in as what you are and then you slowly start to get a little bit better and then it usually kind of plateaus at some point? That's that's the norm. Even deandre Jordan came in as one of the all time worst was the worst worst. Worst got incrementally better to the point now where he's okay. He's not great. He's not Calvin Murphy but he's okay. Lebron came in as a seventy five percent free throw shooter and was kind of floating around there. Got Up to seventy eight seventy seven but now in the last two seasons three of the last four. We've gone to sixty seven seventy three sixty six sixty nine. He's going the wrong way. That's what's so unusual. And he's going the wrong way because he's tinkering with it to get over seventy eight mark. See that's what he said. He's looking at going five sedan but he's he's sitting there and he's saying well I can get up to eighty so let me try to fix it. 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"five hundred quarter" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"They felt like this would be better for for the audio coming up next. Baker mayfield may have stepped in it. We'll let you determine whether or not he has all right mason and ireland show michael thompson is information mace and a g. Q. profile gentleman's quarterly profile of baker mayfield came out today. I like decoupling. It feels very outspoken very very arrogant. I like you like i do most of the time i wouldn't have said this. I don't think he would've either says <hes> <hes> one of the quotes in the interview and it's wide ranging should read it but one of the quotes he says this quote. I cannot believe the giants took. Daniel jones who went seventeen and nineteen in college blows my mind. Some people over think that's where people go wrong. They forget get. You've got a win. Either you have a history of winning and being that guy for your team or you don't first of all. I don't agree with them. I you know patrick. Mahomes didn't win in college texas tech. He was saying a five hundred quarters five hundred quarterback. You know there's john elway winning college wait. A minute stafford was like a perennial. They were a five hundred team. I'll look up exactly what his record was in college a great quarterback but they they it. I don't agree with what he selling but i there are plenty of quarterbacks that weren't winners in college that that turned out to be really good pro as a bunch of quarterbacks who wore with college turn out to be stiffs in the n._f._l. Right so then mayfield after this article came out came out later today. All the reporters ranch was telling me backtrack. Yes oh jeez stick by a man. This is what he just wrote an instagram underground. This is not what i said. Just so we're clear well then he contradicted by saying i also said i was surprised i got drafted the number one then was talking about the flaws in evaluating quarterbacks where i brought up winning being important reporters in media will do anything to come up with a click bait story heard nothing but good things in wish nothing but the best for daniel and by the way if you don't know danny jones place for the new york giants he was the six pick in the draft a a lot of people criticize them for taking him not high on other teams draft boards he was in the second and third round but michael in preseason. He's looked pretty good. He looks like that was smart tonight. It's only preseason. People say that but if he was playing horribly people say i told you he's a bus but he's playing great so maybe he is the real deal obviously on the bench but maybe if they start off two and four under ally manning..
"five hundred quarter" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Shop for now if interest rates get all the way up to five percent. And you still want to keep it within two thousand twenty in two thousand fifty dollars a month. Well, you could pay two thousand forty dollars a month for that interest rate of five percent. But then the home the mortgage loan that you could take out would be only three hundred and eighty thousand dollars. Yup. Interest rates. Go up by half a percent. You're purchasing power has gone down from a mortgage of four hundred thousand dollars to a mortgage of three hundred eighty thousand credible. Okay. No same thing. If interest rates go up to five hundred forty percent and five and a half percent. Likewise, your mortgage purchasing power is going to go down. Yeah. Three hundred and seventy thousand dollars for an interest rate of five hundred quarter three hundred and sixty thousand dollars for an interest rate of five and a half. So is coming at it from a slightly different way than what we talked about with the combination of rising prices and rising interest rates. Exactly. But regardless of how you want a slice of the combination of rising interest rates and rising prices for homes is going to slice into your purchasing power in the future. So the best time to make that move is now now's the time. The best time to make that move. Isn't forget the fact. You know, you might have it in your head. I feel at one point before I knew more about real estate. I think you know, what summertimes the time to do it. It's fall hold off on that. No way next summer is light years away. When it comes to economic news when it comes to rates when it comes to your own personal finances. Read the leaves get out there put pen to paper and figure out what you can afford and get the ball rolling on it. Now, another thing. But you know, some people are saying, well, you don't John. I'm starting to see some reports that posing pressures, right? You're starting to come down. Well, really, yeah. We'll really well. Let's take a look at some of the facts around that situation. He's just like a Disney. Exactly. Yup. Like one of my heroes. Former President Reagan used to say factor stubborn thing they just kind of sit there and look at you. And they don't move. That's right. But foreign example over the last several years national home values increase by more than six percent annually. Okay. Those kind of started out for like two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen because we had the big bubble that busted in two thousand eight two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen we hit the bottom. Yep. And since then we've been going up with rival watch six percent a year. That's that's probably unsustainable over doing is kind of recovering from that loss time right at in two thousand eight to two thousand twelve so sweet time, so if you had a home or through two thousand dollars at the beginning of one of those years, it'd be worth three hundred and eighteen thousand dollars by the end of the year. But at the appreciation falls to four percent three hundred thousand dollar house will be worth three hundred and twelve thousand dollars the end of the next year a six thousand dollar difference. And this I think is what people are reacting to the price of the home didn't fall. But it didn't go up by as much as it would have been. We still had six percent appreciation rich. Exactly, right. So the pressure home didn't fall it just didn't increase as the previous level. No appreciation rates are expected and this year at about five percent and then dropped somewhere between four and five percent next year. And I've got every expectation that over the course of the next five years we're going to get back to the same rate of annual home price appreciation that we've seen in the United States and Canada three point five three point six three point seven percent. A year. We're getting back there. Now. All right to make enough of that lost ground. And if you if you extended the curves going all the way back to like nineteen Ninety-six at a rate of about three and a half percent a year. You're run them out to where we are right now. We're getting back very very close to that. Rate of appreciation line because you know in Delaware and Chester county in in our area. Chrissy, we had home prices, basically double from nine hundred and ninety six to two thousand six and the not that's clearly unsustainable to read about eight percent a year, and that was clearly unsustainable. So we had to have that result in a bubble which was very very painful for lots and lots and lots of people. But no, I don't say home prices coming down they might in some areas and the way to get at that folks is to get with a good local realtor who's got his or her hand on the market and understands what is actually going to be going on in the in the future. The time flies as usual. Thank you. Hour's.
"five hundred quarter" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Okay. No same thing. If interest rates go up to five and a quarter percent and five and a half percent. Likewise, your mortgage purchasing power is going to go down three hundred and seventy thousand dollars for an interest rate of five hundred quarter three hundred and sixty thousand dollars for an interest rate of five and a half. So it's coming at it from a slightly different way than what we talked about with the combination of rising prices and rising interest rates. Exactly what regardless of how you want a slice of the combination of rising interest rates and rising prices for homes is going to slice into your purchasing power in the future. So the best time to make that move is now now is the time the best time to make that move is the fact that. It's fall, you know, you might have it in your head. I feel at one point before I knew more about real estate. I think you know, what summertimes the time to do it. It's fall hold off on that. No way next summer is light years away. When it comes to economic news when it comes to rates when it comes to your own personal finances. Read the tea leaves get out there put pen to paper and figure out what you can afford and get the ball rolling on. Now. Another thing about, you know, some people are saying, well, you don't John. I'm I'm starting to see some reports that posing pressures, right? You're starting to come down. Well, no, really. Yeah. Really? Well, let's take a look at some of the facts around that situation. Just like a Disney. Exactly. Like one of my heroes. Former President Reagan used to say factor stubborn thing they just kind of sit there and look at you. And they don't move, right? But foreign example over the last several years national home values increase by more than six percent annually. Okay. Just kind of started out for like two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen because we had the big bubble that busted in two thousand eight two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen we hit the bottom and since then we've been going over the last six percent a year, that's probably unsustainable. But what we're doing is kind of recovering from that loss time right at in two thousand eight to two thousand twelve time. So if you had a home or through two thousand dollars at the beginning of one of those years, it'd be worth three hundred and eighteen thousand dollars by the end of the year, but at the appreciation false to four percent to three hundred thousand dollar house will be worth three hundred and twelve thousand dollars at the end of the next year of six thousand dollar difference. And this is what people are reacting to the price of the home didn't fall. But it didn't go up by as much as it would have. We still had six percent appreciation, exactly right. So the pressure at home didn't fall it just didn't increase the previous level. No appreciation rates are expected and this year at about five percent and then dropped somewhere between four and five percent next year. And I've got every expectation that over the course of the next five years we're going to get back to the same rate of annual home price appreciation that we've seen in the United States and Canada three point five three point six three point seven percent. A year. We're getting back there. Now. All right. I wanna make enough for that lost ground. And if you if you extended the curves going all the way back to like nineteen ninety six at a rate of about three and a half percent a year, you run them out to where we are right now. We're getting back very very close to that. Of appreciation line because you know in Delaware and Chester county in our area. Chrissy, we had home prices, basically double from nineteen ninety six to two thousand six and the that's clearly unsustainable. That's a rhythm about eight percent a year, and that was clearly unsustainable. So we had to have that result in a bubble which was very very painful for lots and lots and lots of people. But no, I don't say home prices coming down. Now, they they might in some areas and the way to get at that folks is to get with a good local realtor who's got his or her hand on the market and understands what is actually going to be going on in the in the future. Okay. The time flies as usual. Thank you. Hour's.
"five hundred quarter" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"There is no rule. There is clearly a rule that applies Five five. and bring the charges Mr. lamb. It is kind of like the political equivalent of come at me bro. A total of abbey bro. And that's just like the list goes on and on in these same hearings for Brett cabin on for this court comma Harris democrat Senator from California. She basically was trying out for law and order with this intense grilling of Kavanagh over whether or not he was talking about the mother investigation. I think we have audio of that as well. How can you not remember whether or not you had a conversation about Robert Muller or his investigation with anyone at that law firm investigation has only been going on for so long, sir. I'm not sure I do. I. I'm just trying to think. Do I know anyone who works at firm I might know had that's not my question my question and this went over seven minutes, right? So as this grains day and is going on in the hearing, there are actors and protesters dressed as women from the Handmaid's tale. All this is going on in the same week Bob Woodward releases or is about its release a tell all book about the Trump White House and releases audio and transcripts. Of a phone call. He is at with President Trump and I certainly don't mind talking to you and I wish I could have spoken to you well, but you know you, nobody call my office. I mean, you went through. There's more more people stay. There was a damn near shoving fight between Senator Marco Rubio and right wing provocateur, Alex Jones in the halls of congress. Here's here's the question. Here's a question. Don't touch me asking. Touchable shoppers. You'll be get arrested where you are. Oh, beat me up. Literally Marco Rubio saying, don't touch me bro. Now touch me, but my favorite weirdest bit of crazy to sum up DC's crazy week of crazy was this amazing tape of congressman Billy long who after being interrupted by an outright protester congressional hearing, he broke out in a full auctioneers chant. Cellphone quarter four and a half yet four hundred five hundred quarter five and half. I yield back. In the halls of congress. If you had a previous life is knocked near, I think you have to find every moment to. Could you not? And also in speaking of the crazy of this week, I forget to mention, you know, the deep throat op-ed heard across the world from New York Times where someone senior White House official cops to being a quote, unquote resistance inside the west wing, what is happening, which also caused a lot of controversy because a lot of people said, you're not being brave and courageous. You would be brave. If you used your real name right visit. He afterwards. I do kind of plays into the op-ed bit. My my words, our duty to whom which I know are like very serious, but I'm thinking a lot about institutions and whether individual actors have a duty to institutions or the duty to the people they serve. So in the example of the op-ed, like is your duty to the White House and to kind of keep the gears running if you're the writer or or do you have a duty to the people of the United States, even once who did not vote for president. Trump because that is who the White House serves, right. It serves everybody or should serve everybody. This also goes along with what has been like a really constant period of uproar in the Catholic church who do church leaders have a duty to we now see this grand jury report came out of Pennsylvania with a more than a thousand children who really abused for decades and we've got investigations in New York, New jersey other states. And I think a lot of American Catholics are wrestling with does, does the church feel like it has any duty to me a a Parisian or a person who goes to church believes that or or just is it to themselves? Is that who they're protecting? And I don't know the answer to that yet, but it's rough. Oh yeah. And like there are no answer. I mean, like the church has no ends. The pope hasn't. I mean, this is this is obviously happening for the pope as well. I wouldn't raised Catholic, but but both my parents were and. They left the church in the seventies because they just sort of said, you know what?.
"five hundred quarter" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"You could start your day informed. Listen to up first on the NPR one up or wherever you get your podcasts and we are back and we are going to end the show like we do every single week talking about that. One thing we cannot let go politics or otherwise. Isha you're gonna go first. No, you're going to talk a little bit about the Facebook and Twitter hearings, but before we get to the can't let it go to of the hearings. Can you just give us a quick recap of what was going on on the hill? So on the hill you had the Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and you had a top executive from Facebook. You had Cheryl Sandberg. They were on the hill, and so there was a hearing that was in the Senate, and that was focused on basically kind of election security the way that social media has been used to influence people and that maybe Russia and other bad actors have used it to kind of influence elections. So that's kind of what the focus of that was. And then in the house, there was a hearing on this idea of conservatives being censored or being being kind of shut out or not promoted properly on social media. But the best part of the house here. Ring was you had congressman Billy long of Missouri who in his prior life, he owned an action company and he's was action ear, right? And so there was this protester who got up and was talking is trying to influence the election. I can't understand why. And she was overtalked or filibustered by Billy long doing the ox Mirroring. Twenty dollars day. Can't thirty dollars down here have either. And if I was out for eight deserve a country, I don't. Millie long deserves a much. That was sold to the highest bidder who marijuana quarter four and a half yet four and a half, four seventy five hundred, five hundred quarter pound with half. I yield back. What the medical I don't. I think you're next, but like you're such a Downer right minute, bring it a little bit. That was just I was like, so confused by what was happening. I just as make me sad anyway. My can't let it go is I feel a little more uplifting and you know, thinking about the NFL little bit and while the NFL is not necessarily the most uplifting thing generally these days because of all the political controversy with the flag. And then there's this controversy with Colin Kaepernick now in a Nike commercials, I kind of wanted to, you know, not necessarily go to that, but I read this article about Shaquille Griffin. I don't know if you guys have heard of him. He's the place for the Seattle Seahawks. He is a rookie this year. He starting for the first time and he only has one hand. It's kind of amazing. He's playing and what's even more crazy about this. He's gonna play on the same defense as his twin brother. It's like kind of amazing. So you know. And he's just has his great story where his hand had to be amputated from when he was a kid because of a childhood prenatal condition. And you know, just really kind of lives up to that idea that nothing can hold you down is a guy who can bench press two hundred and twenty five pounds twenty times with one hand one hand and uses a prosthesis or for the other hand to do the bench press. He actually wasn't even invited to the Seahawks combine, which are basically tryouts. And then there was video of him doing these bench presses got the attention of all these coaches, and then they saw his forty time. In other words, how fast you run forty yard dash. He can do it in four, three eight, which by the way is the one of the fastest times for linebacker and fifteen years and the exact same time is twin brother. How crazy is that? How about you? Scott?.
"five hundred quarter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Out a protester order. Order in the hearing room or you'll be asked to leave. Please help us Mr President before it is too late because Jack Dorsey is trying to influence. Cheap. Avenue. Dan, poverty. Eighty eight thirty dollars down here that have either. Hot fifty dollar down here to escort this lady out. Five seventy two and a half. Now. Five hundred eighty five eighty five ninety eight hundred dollars the corner. One quarter one quarter. Able to bond three hundred three and a quarter cat three and a quarter now four hundred four four and a quarter four and a half percent of the cell phone four and a quarter four and a half four and a half four seventy five hundred five hundred quarter private. Are you back? That's great. That is I'm gonna have to learn to do that. When I get in an argument to start doing that with my wife. Did you ever just talked over somebody though? So it's kinda like the same thing. Traveling louder louder louder. There was another confrontation on Capitol Hill that involved a far right conspiracy. Theorist and a Senator Infowars founder, Alex Jones repeatedly interrupted Senator Marco Rubio while he was attempting to answer questions from the media. Take a listen heckler at a press gaggle. He's saying that I don't exist. Sure. Me and these. He plays dumb. Here's the coach Infowars dot com. Google facebook. Regulated like do they need to be right? Snake? All right. Yeah. I sorta got tens of billions of us in the war. Rush limbaugh. This joke over here. That's why didn't work. Here's the question. Here's a question. Don't touch me again. Asking. Oh, he'll beat me. Mad? You're not going to sound Jones claims. The Senator was threatening him. A spokesman for Rubio later said the video speaks for itself. Alex Jones, the craziest guy can we all agree. He meets go. He's an idiot. I'm sorry. He's just the idiot. Anyway, thank forty-seven, anybody who disputes that Newtown, Connecticut happened, you gotta wonder, and I'm sorry people that follow him by into it or agency as bad. It's not forty-seven. Colorado's morning, news, KOA NewsRadio. The days are getting shorter and the airfields crisper and that means hunting season is here. Head over to Colorado Claes where you can site in the world class twenty bay open air rifle muzzle loader and pistol range. How 'bout trap skeet and sporting clays?.
"five hundred quarter" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"From our nation's capital comes word of a protester using a cell phone who was silenced by a Republican congressman had happened during a hearing on conservative, censorship and social media. The protester just would not be quiet, so Missouri congressman Billy long summoned up his years as a professional auctioneer. And well, folks, you just got to hear it for yourself. Dan. One eight hundred eight thousand eight hundred down here that have either. Five hundred forty five day hot fifty dollar down here too. Escort this young lady out. Please. Five able to four or four and a quarter four and a half percent of the cell phone quarter, four and a half four and a half or five hundred five hundred quarter five and a half back congressman Billy long, ladies and gentlemen, I've toddstarnes the following is a paid announcement. And now here is Enron will county councilman Michael Anthony peruta with your county matters when investigators enter a crime scene, they look for evidence of DNA stranded hair sample of blood to prove a person was at the location. This information can be used in a court of law to link person to a crime because the DNA of each person is never found in any other person and science has proved that the DNA of each person is established at conception and reproduced in every cell thereafter. So if the DNA in one cell can prove specific person was present at a crime scene, then the DNA in one cell can prove that a specific person is present in the womb. Moreover since DNA of each person is unique we know that the DNA of the baby. Is different from the DNA of the mother. So at no time is the baby part of the mother's body. Instead each person starts life is a delicate new creation in need of their mother's body for protection and nourishment in order to grow until they are strong enough to survive outside the womb. So every person is a masterpiece treasury created for a purpose to fulfil a mission. And when a person is killed in the womb. Then the purpose. The mission is murdered and.
"five hundred quarter" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Or we'll have to have you then you'll need. Please help us Mr President before it is too late because Jack Dorsey is trying to influence. Dollars. Camp thirty dollar down here that have either. Fifty down here to escort this young lady out, five seventy two and a half. Now five hundred seventy five eighty dollars five eighty five ninety one hundred dollars. One quarter one quarter. Are you able to bomb three hundred F three and a quarter cat three and a quarter? Now. Four hundred able to four or four and a quarter four and a half cell phone their quarter, four and a half four and a half four seventy five hundred five hundred quarter five and a half. Our yield back. So the deal was this involved a cell phone. She's she's got her on her cellphone on its selfie. Stick filming herself being being escorted out. Yeah. I didn't see her being escorted out on the video. But when she's talking and stuff like that. She's pointing the phone intercepts. She's not even looking up. Okay. Now, I see the photograph of her. She's really and this interesting. She's she's she a Trump supporter. I couldn't quite get that missed. I didn't get it. Either. Getting Mr. Trump to do something. And then the near congressman shuts down the house, the shuts down the protester as they're trying to remove her cell phone or something like that. But you know, the other thing was well that was hilarious on the one hand the other thing that points out. They're just not serious about these protesters. They let her go on forever, ma'am. Ma'am. If you'll please just sit down sit out, otherwise you'll be removed the rule should be. They should state the rules before the begin. If you protest you will be removed immediately and you'll be fine. I fifty dollars you'll be fined five hundred dollars. If you notice she started off off, Mike, and then she got louder because she got on my. Yeah. I mean, they just continue. Exactly. Yeah. It's zipped past the mic down there. We want to hear what she's doing or maybe the rules should be. Okay. Folks. Here's how it's going to work we want we will love to have you all here. This is part of our process, you could be a witness to all this as a member of the public. But the first person that protests. I'm sorry. I wouldn't even say I'm sorry. The first person who protests, you're all out. You're all out. Yeah. Everybody goes everybody goes that way. That way when they leave the room, then they could Duke it out amongst themselves. You jackass I came all the way from North Carolina to see this. That's what happened. Sports team and Steph when the coach says, okay, you all got to perform or goofs off all have two run laps. Right. Right. Yep. Shuttle run. That's it one guy Guarisco. Yeah. Then there's just just it's it's mutiny at all do the suicides or what? Yeah. Then you're sitting there in the locker room after what you what the heck we live forty five. The.
"five hundred quarter" Discussed on KSRO
"Mashhad and we are presenting the best of. Late night because for some reason they will take vacation the same week but it's fun. For us to colluding with one exactly collusion no collusion Coenen talked about a Harry Potter, themed cruise the new Harry Potter themed cruise a Harry Potter. Themed cruise Okay very telling And tickets start at four thousand. Dollars. A person Yeah For that. Price you've got an, hour you get one and you get to be alone for the rest of your. Life Conan, also. Mentioned an arrest of a kid in, Florida in Florida a seven-year-old, boy was arrested for, punching his teacher seven-year-old boy yeah or as they call that in Florida a prodigy Seth Meyers talked about the founder. Of Ikya passing away the founder of aikido has passed away at. The age of ninety one the doctors did their best but, in. The end they were left with three, extra screws Why you're also. Joked about a kid stuck in a claw machine boy. In Florida yesterday had to be rescued by firefighters after he climbed. Into, a quad style arcade game. And got trapped firefighters four hours and almost five hundred quarters That's the ks our own. Late night mash. Up specialty crop news from Agnete west it doesn't feel like the third time is going to be the charm, for agricultural immigration reform more after this Eric California is as complicated as it is essential unpredictable supplies uneven.
"five hundred quarter" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Thousand nine hundred eighty three called just men were women would win a car by answering trivia questions about male. Celebrities it got cancelled for thirteen. Episodes so there you go I think are. Pretty well for bed There's a little bit better that's a good thing either. That or, I'm just lacking on questions. I mean I could be. Getting worse you could be getting better I'll take either item Speaking of getting. Better or getting worse The the there's, a storm thank God it's not, here but as a hurricane in Hawaii It's, headed right for the big island And this is a, major hurricane and with the erupting volcano it could be heading for a close encounter on the big island this week hurricane Hector became a category free storm yesterday with hundred twenty-five mile an hour. Winds on the US National Hurricane Center they say Hector was on a trajectory that could brush the southern coast of the big island late on Wednesday morning that would put a storm on a virtual collision. Course with the killer way of volcano I wonder what would happen would it be enough of a Of a factor to actually help it and make it kind of tone down a little bit of volcanoes been spewing lava from. The current eruption from past three months and scientists. Don't know they don't want to, agree on what will happen if a hurricane smashes erupting volcano some of the low. Atmospheric pressure from a major cyclone would help trigger another eruption the state's emergency management agency is asking people. To get their homes prepared? Because this one is definitely heading To the big island Wednesday late morning could you imagine it's bad enough having the The eruption of this volcano which was. Destroyed so much property and so many. Homes and businesses over the, last three months and you've got to worry about that and now top very. Thing you've got a, freaking hurricane, coming in the right direction in the same direction? And I'm just thinking you, know is there a possibility and scientists aren't saying this they think it. May help but they also think rain, break it worse by erupting and other. Places besides, the main, co away of volcano I would think. If you had something I mean I mean, this is obviously, cartoons when your kid I remember remember super brand doing this a not the cartoon but. The actual show where he flew above a Volcano and actually covered it up with some, big bold or, something and then it stopped coming up remember that Yeah I mean so you know why can't they do something like that why. Would the hurricane force maybe the same kind of thing dumping so much rain and winds of one hundred twenty-five probably more than, that by the time it hits. On Wednesday Might have the same effect But I'm not a scientist Speaking of Being a scientist when you were, in school What class did you. Slack off him and I wish you hadn't and the reason I, ask this because there's a new. Survey asks people named the number one subject they wished they'd pay more attention to you? Wanna, guess. Who took the top spot math yeah definitely So I got the top aide subjects that we wish we tried a little? Harder, at And looking. Down unless I fit into one of these categories so we'll see where you fit thirty one percent of people say they wish to pay more attention. Twenty three percent of band fifteen percent of, women said it. Was the most useful class they took number two is a foreign language twenty six. Percent okay that that's the one that I regret the most but didn't pay more attention I'd love to be understanding speaking Spanish doubt number three. Is science twenty three percent number four. Is history nineteen percent number five is English fifteen percent number six's social studies fourteen percent number seven is music time percent number eight is physical fitness. Eight percent now all the people more likely, to say history. Young, people are more likely to say music or gym, class which one for you I. Will not be on that, list now. None, of them whereas class that I wish I, had taken but it does not on that list what what's, the it was drama Yeah. I think we? Had a drama I'm trying to think you talk about junior. Bill school or high school high school, we have drama class throughout high school and the teacher even asked me to join because I had done like a play. In freshman year, for, the English class and I said no because I thought it was, lame at the time and looking. Back I really wish I did it I wish I'm so sorry that I didn't actually let me change their search two classes that were both in seventh and eighth grade that I wished, that I, paid more attention to one which I I went. Through the whole year with the Spanish and the only thing I can, remember from, the clash is a, stash, Susana CASA and the answer was no that was the first. Thing, we have learned in that class Susannah in as, to, Suzanne, and the house yes, she's, in the kitchen I think if I remember that part right Cost which house A, new castle The, kitchen, he, said? No though right How. To catch. Him put the, house kitchens I don't I don't know just that's what I remember the, first thing we learned in our, class but the other class that I I probably one about two weeks and. I said this too much dropped, out this is again hindsight's twenty twenty but. We really have no use for it that's why I wasn't into the. Typing class. Ever take a typing class I did it. Was business and I hated it was did they have like the big, screen in front of you where you you saw the keyboard and you're supposed to copy what. They're doing on the. Open to. Me it, was, so. Boring And I really said to myself you know how how old would I been seventh grade. Like fifteen sixteen maybe Something like that and I. Said to. Myself I'm never going to type, I wanna be on radio one, day I'll never need the tight you know we didn't? Have computers back? Then So or or if we did, they were just the the TRS eighty radio shack computers. Which were just coming. Up yeah it must have been around sixteen or seventeen because I worked in radio shack at the time and I. Remember it's telling and playing around those computers it's. Hard to believe if you think about technology where we are. Today with computers and back then this machine cost like twelve hundred bucks it was a black and white one of these. Now it was talking about not really look up TRS eighty this was. Really the first home computer system you could go out by and it just had a black and white screen and I remember, somebody taught me. A trick from another radio shack store we could put in a certain, amount of code. And it made the words? Repeat on the screen like one after, another like oh my God this is. The coolest thing. 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"five hundred quarter" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
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"five hundred quarter" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The ymca i mean rich crowder it's been a big story once again this early this week at one point two tenths was seemingly can attest fifty basis point what does this look like next year this relentless flattening that the yield curve and can anything turn that story around i i think what i would say right now is i don't think he'll kerr as of today is all that much of a mystery indeed the slope right now is comparable to where it was in the last cycle once you adjust for the decline i am the neutral rate people talk about an inverted curve i agree if we get an inverted curve i start to worry but i think it's the fed gets the funds rate up to around two over the next year or so and we get the data that we're all thinking that were likely to get i don't i don't see the curve inverting there where you get an inversion is if the fed overshoots neutral you with the funds got up to five hundred quarter in last cycle so if we get a big overshoot of neutral yeah we'll get an inversion but i think under the baseline i don't see it if we could stick with his charities five tens it just gives you an example of where the pressure on the yield curve is actually comes from its come at the front end but you now you'll pushing up much higher over the last twelve months oksana as you look at that break down the performance of twos 5's intends tens haven't done a whole lot it's all being on the twos what's that gonna look like next year personnel let's think about why all the pressure on the tens right so potentially it's the fact that investors view central banks as inflation fighters potentially is because the ecb still overwhelmingly the easiest place in the world right and so that's creating demand for the longer end of the ask her what i think you shouldn't be doing is inferring that bonds are telling us something that we don't know that the stock market dozen now because i think you have to really be realistic that the only thing that the bonds are telegraphing is that it is an artificially priced asa class and until that.