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"forty six months" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"This is Red Eye Radio all across America, eight six six ninety Red Eye. He's Eric Harley and I'm Gary McNamara. Welcome and good morning. So I'm just sitting here reading, Dan Abrahams website lawn crime, right? So are these parents actually facing prison time or might they skate as we talk about? You know, the the college admission scheme. The former assistant former assistant US attorney in current pace law, professor Mimi Roca, things a little time behind bars is within the realm of possibility given the amount of money involved in each of them, particularly Laurie Laughlin in the sophistication of the scheme. They would likely be facing jail time. She told law and crime. However, we'll be within the sentencing judge's discretion. As to whether to follow the guidelines are not and a lot of different factors will play into that CNN legal analyst criminal defense. Attorney and university of Georgia law professor page pate ventured his guesses as to what any sentence might look like over series of Email. He said the time served in each case would depend mostly on the loss amount. How much money the government can tie to the alleged fraud and explained that federal sentencing guidelines for fraud or primarily based on the amount of money involved. How sophisticated the fraud was what role the person plauged a plate in the alleged scheme. And whether they were the leader the middle or the low end of the conspiracy when that in mind page estimated at full houses. Did you see the memo ready? Yeah. It was big house. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Right. And her in prison garb essay the full houses Laughlin was facing thirty seven to forty six months. If convicted at trial between twenty seven and thirty three months if she enters a guilty plea. Since Huffman is alleged to have spent quite a bit less paid estimated that the desperate housewives. Actress was facing twelve to eighteen months if convicted at trial, whereas she would be looking at eight to fourteen months or possible probation, if she were to plead guilty Judy rifleman is a former prosecutor curly defense attorney work in New York City also serves that analysis for lawn crime network while noting that it was a bit early to say anything for sure about potential times behind bars rental men said it was a distinct possibility due to the actresses high profiles. Yeah. Making a an example out of them, right? Yep. That's the whole point. I wanted to happen again. And. Yeah. Well, okay. So then you you think about the according to the story in Wall Street Journal. You have this. Co chairman of a prominent law firm. That donate four hundred thousand dollars to a bogus charity. The charity doesn't exist. And that money is according to the allegations funneled to the head tennis coach of Georgetown, who is no longer there, by the way. Did that person? Also, the person who donated the money also write that off from their taxes. I mean, this is when you look at the law and how many different in any given action. How many different laws might be violated? They may crimes may have been committed. Then you have to follow the money trail as to how it happened and then their behavior after that. Which if they went on to claim that they gave money to we don't know that. That's the case I've seen nothing that indicates that, but the point is just demonstrating how they go through the investigation. The federal officials would look at that and say, okay, how many laws did they in other words was there an entire pattern to this person's behavior? That tells us they deserve a greater punishment. And for each of those and you make you make a point because the number of counts Senate, and they lawn. Crime talked to Robert beyond choose former prosecutor in legal analyst for lawn crime network in an Email. He said it he talks about the the actors, Felicity Huffman, and Laurie Laughlin he said, I think they are second tier defendants compared to those in official positions. Accepting bribes for years. And making a lot of money to falsify testing and award athletic positions. To non disturbed non deserving students. He said, this is why the officials are charged with racketeering. Huffman in Laughlin on the other hand reached charge for conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud. I would think too that there's greater consideration. For individuals that might be lawyers. If you're a high profile attorney, you're an officer of the court. Than anyone. Greater than most people more than most people know the law now ignorance is no defense ignorance of the laws notifies, but I could see a judge giving greater weight to, you know, the illegal actions relegations against a crimes committed by an officer of the court. And he said this is a prosecutor I would be seeking jail time for the rich and elite though. Who funded this bribery scheme by definition stop qualified and deserving students who worked hard and played by the rules their chance at taking one of those seats at the colleges the arrogance of those parents who feel they can illegally flout the power and money. Is something I would want to make an example of but again to a lesser extent than the actual organizers of it. I wonder if these I have to ask this question. Now, the attorney the the guy the law from new xactly? What was he knew it laws were breaking I wonder if some of these people do not understand the seriousness of what they were doing. I I do wonder how many of them believed that this was. Or were were told that this was part of the process. It's still reeks of that era Gance believing that well because you're you. Mis- miss actress or CEO, or you know, whichever person who was your money in your power, your fame, your wealth. Does get you special access. And this is this is part of that. I. Pure ignorance. I just I I would doubt that well, you think about it. If they said this was going on from two thousand eleven until now. So we're talking eight years. Yeah. And I don't know when you when you talk about these these coaches, or these proctors how long they did this for right, and how many counts might be against them. But if you think about this if you were doing this for eight years, and you did it for twenty people. That's at least twenty counts federal racketeering. That's significant prison time. Yeah. Yeah. The the person responsible for orchestrating the whole thing the person responsible, of course, for accepting the the money, Here's my question. In the case of the Georgetown, tennis, the former head tennis coach, according to the allegations as outlined in the Wall Street Journal accepted that four hundred thousand or the the money was funneled through that nonprofit was given to that coach. According to the story, how do you hide that kind of money? Because now you're getting into wire fraud Bank fraud, right right, now, you're if you're talking about any kind of transaction regarding a Bank year. Now, you've got more serious charges on a federal level. Because sorry, unless you're delivering it in a duffel bag. You know, that's probably going to be the case. There's going to be Bank records. I don't know how and and that goes back to the stupidity. The era Gance. You believe that you can do that. And that that money's gonna come to you. And no one's gonna find it. I mean, unless they find ninety thousand dollars in a freezer, here's what I don't understand bike for the tennis coach in the sports things from what I know they weren't getting scholarships. No, no. They were just getting full rides. They weren't getting full rides to the colleges. They were being rooted as an athlete, but it didn't nothing mentioned. So. Knowledge. Nothing mentioned, right. I because the school would have to be involved in in that process. Right. If you're going to get a scholarship, you're gonna wind tape. You're going to want to see if your coach you can say, we'll know we sent out the AD or we sent out, you know, someone from recruiting, and we noticed this person would like them to be a part of our school. We don't know if they're actually going to make the team. But we believe there's great hope. Right. And then that's all you have to say that they might that. We we expect them to be a walk on on the team, and they will help. And so you yeah. Because I I've viable point was what you're getting a scholarship. Whoa. How did you in order to get a scholarship? You would you would have. I mean that would have to be a huge conspiracy. 'cause how many in a college while you're involved in ensuring that it is who is who is the underwriter at the college looking at the scholarship they're going to. I don't know if they call it an underwriter or not. But you understand my point right? You have an entire committee of individuals, and and the administration are fully involved in and there's tremendous oversight without so. This is just a matter of, hey, we'd like this person to attend here. They may we believe they made, you know, we could we might be able to develop them we're not going to give them anything, but we would like them to attend. So you're just opening the door still illegal. And I again, I. I can't reconcile the thought of a parent. Saying I'm gonna buy my kids way through life. Because this isn't just about. Buying cheap, Mike know because you can say all right. Yeah. But a lot of people leave inheritance. That's not what this is what this is is you're buying merits for your children. You're buying them. You're buying their prestige. There are plenty of wealthy kids out there a trust fund babies, whatever you wanna call him that don't necessarily have the prestige. They didn't live up to the family name. And there's I'm sure if you go to the e channel there's a ton of documentaries on where the family tree went south. But that's not what this is. We're talking about buying that prestige in order to what, you know, set them up in a world where people regard them as somebody who's to be respected..
"forty six months" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To forty six months in jail in December two thousand eighteen during the trial Robert Mueller's office told the court the Michael Cohen had collaborated in code provided. Helpful invaluable information to the investigation. So that's one Michael. There is another Michael Flynn was the president's national security adviser. He was involved in conversations with the Russian government related to sanctions. This was after the election in twenty sixteen but before the president was sworn into office, and so Flynn has been cooperating with Muller's investigation since day one and this cooperation with Robert Mueller's office is what might have saved Michael Flynn from jail time. Then there is Paul Manafort, Paul Manafort was Trump's campaign manager in the summer of two thousand sixteen has long standing ties to the Russia backed government in the Ukraine and Matt. Before it went to trial related to essentially massive white collar fraud, stealing feeling pay taxes. He was convicted in August two thousand eighteen for fraud. And also pleaded guilty to not registering as a lobbyist for Ukraine metaphor, it continues to be a very important part of this question of the links between the Trump campaign and the Russian government in early January this year Russian lawyer who attended a March talked about meeting the Trump Tower during the presidential campaign in which damaging material about Hillary Clinton was said to have been offered up was charged with obstructing Justice. And so there's just a web that is a pretty intricate web. So should the president be worried? I mean, I think the answer is absolutely yes. At this point, the president has to be deeply concerned about a few things about I that there's a report written by Muller saying that the president obstructed Justice. Second weather other folks, get charged with having conspired with the Russian government. Before we get any further into what all this means for President Trump. Let's take a step back and look at the history books and quick lesson in. How are the US presidents have found themselves facing.
"forty six months" Discussed on I Am Rapaport
"Was writing an expose on young vagrants young homeless people that are strung out in the east village of Manhattan. The east village of Manhattan is definitely a place that historically a lot of a lot of druggies and all sorts of people from all over the world, not even New York is just from all over the world. It's just a vagrant a Disneyland for vagrants. Well, this young millennial writer from the New York Post went into go down there and right on these people and all that stuff. And he wind up getting punched in the face and jumped by some vagrants who were strung out on k. to listen, dumb, fuck. What do you think scan happen? You think these people want you to put them on Front Street, you think they want to be on Instagram? No, they want that k. two they want that. Do we and they wanna live in peace. You're not fix. In them. Let them do their thing and leave them be. They don't want to be on the front page of the hipster manifesto, New York magazine. You go down there talking to these people, you probably talking sideways and condescending them just because they're on k. two doesn't mean smart us probably talking that. Hipster bullshit. And you got fucked up. That's what happens. Another dumb Faulk of the week in Wichita, Kansas. A felon former Bank robber who spent time in federal prison after pleading guilty to robbing a Bank years ago, finally got out of jail after serving a forty six month sentence. And lo and behold, this dumb motherfucker in Wichita, Kansas went back and tried to rob the same Bank. Again, I am not making this shit up. The mother fucker spent forty six months in federal prison. Got out when in there and say Gimmie three thousand dollars and you won't get hurt, isn't there some other fuck and banks to rob, you dumb. Fuck. You don't remember that you tried to rob the same, fuck and Bank in two thousand eleven. Go to another Bank. Go to McDonald's. Go to a seven. Eleven. Don't go to the same Bank. You dumb. Fuck you. Finally. This guy is up for the as fuck of the year. This guy is a definite top five, two thousand eighteen sick. Fuck of the shadow to my guy. Paul wall for sending this to me guy named Justin foster who on paper doesn't look like your average sick, fuck. But what he's done has blasted him into the top five of two thousand eighteen and I don't have all the great sick fucks of two thousand eighteen, but there's a bunch of this motherfucker is like Michael Jackson. When he came out with beat it, it's just like, boom, he's on the top of the charts. ASA Pete this sick, fuck flew across the country. From Tallahassee, Florida to Chicago, to confront. His ex girlfriend's new boyfriend. He didn't go over there to fuck with the girl. You went over there to fuck with the guy. He confronted his ex girlfriend's new boyfriend in the street, hit him in the head with a tire iron, which makes him an automatic sick, fuck. But then it really got wacky. He knocked them out with the tire iron carved his initials. He carved his own initials into the victim's leg. And then proceeded to cut the man's dick off. I'm sorry, this is said but fucking and do not. Forget, do not. Forget he got on a plane. He didn't drive. He got on a plane from Florida tissue Kogyo to do this. Once he finished cutting the man's penis off. He tossed it over the fence and left them behind in a car in a pool of his own blood. Obviously, the sick, fuck fled the scene and jumped back on a plane. Yo, you don't know who the fuck sit next, you on a plane. He went back on a plane to Atlanta. He was arrested taken back to Chicago, locked. This motherfucker up by himself. There's no way in hell. This motherfucker will ever see the light of day. Obviously, the guy died of the woman is just she was there. So the whole thing, this guy is definitely top five sick fuck of the year. So far and listen. I don't have all the stat for two thousand eighteen, but this motherfucker is definitely a potentially going to be the sick. Fuck of two thousand eighteen. Listen, I told you earlier. ABC's it's a sweet spot for the IM report stereo podcast tonight, October sixteenth, the.
"forty six months" Discussed on The Big 98
"Stations, we visit your sales department and they do wonder into your hallway because you have that water. Cooler they wanna sniff out. I could use a drink yeah so yeah that's how you see them. Walk by or sometimes someone else's walking them Good, to have a really cute puppy Ron yeah absolutely they're smart like that I just want? To say hi like hey I'm available for adoption will you check me out tell us about national humane, humane association because, that's that was one of the things that in my mind I probably, got I guess a lot of other. People's minds as we're talking about that the humane society is a an. Organization a lot. Of people know about you. Guys are not the, humane society now, we are, we are Nashville humane association we're a local five a one. C three nonprofit and we are not affiliated with any of the national organizations. So this is something that you've personally. Been with, this organization for a while it's been, around even longer it has I mean I've I've been there for. Eleven years but national humane association was incorporated back in nineteen, forty six months one, of the one of, the oldest, nonprofits here, in Nashville and in my, opinion one, of the cutest I mean it's got it's got. Purring going on you know, it's got forever home animals looking for forever homes there are an mentioned that obviously because. I think there are some similarities in what. The, missions. Are of the organization As well as yours but tell us what makes Nashville humane association Unique I guess when you start looking at the things that you guys do that that really define what you're about had, mentioned it earlier when we were. Kind of chatting when we met you totally have an open? Invite and so does everyone else listen. To come visit the shelter and is the second you. Walk in, it's just. Going to put, a smile. On your face. It's bright it's. Colorful and you know there's animals they're all dogs cats puppies kittens they're all looking, for forever homes and they all looked, at you, with their. Eyes and, we're wagging tails and they're like come on pick me you know. You wanna take me home and it's, just it's. A wonderful experience we want everyone who, walk in there be happy you are looking for a family member so take your time get to know. Them and hopefully you fall in love, and go, home with them that's one of the things now I in fact. I'll just kind of delve into some my own personal like reservations the things I think about whenever I think maybe, maybe I'm going to. Get, a dog and a. Couple of months but I do this I, I can't do that there's almost different considerations If I walk in there. I, mean is there. Going. To be, like the full court press like eight. That's your dog right there I can I. Look around or what what what should I. Expect if I walked in you can you mean you're gonna fall in love it happens but you can totally walk in look around like for example if you're interested. In let's say, a cat you could we have. A visitation room where you could actually take the cat out? Of its kitty condo and then walk. It on over to the visitation room where you could. Spend some, one on. One time with, it and. That's the and. Then you can. Take it one step further with the dogs because the dogs go outside for walks, as long as they're five months and, older so, you can. Put a, leash on him going our backyard we've got amazing walking trails and. A new year into exercise so you, could just. Put this on your list today I'm, gonna walk dogs you get my cardio radio but you can walk your dogs you can walk the dogs. There there's benches as a trail and, you can, just sit and get to know them and you know how much. Dogs love to be outside well thought out here yeah I mean I don't want to rush into it this is, a family member that. You're, adopting we want this. To be the perfect Match so you can. Spend as, much time with this animal that you'd like. And then when, you make the decision, you would fill out, the adoption. Application back in our front lobby and pay the adoption fee and you go home the same day tell us about what happens I mean is there like I think when we hear about animals in the news, particularly we usually don't hear about it until like.
"forty six months" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"Lab huffing and friends they'll be other shows you can see them on my instagram at the jade movie and then also catch me montreal be there from the twenty four th to the twenty eighth very exciting and then look out for me in future manager man that's on hulu yes season to future man doing seven ups you guys are shooting that right now shooting right now drops on the annual airy january art so a little bit of a weight you guys gonna finish shooting really technical show there's a lot of stunt work today i my dresses flame repellent so and are you enjoying working with elisa i don't ever get to work with elisa i know but i she walks through sometimes i'm like oh my with your body she's got the best body i've ever seen on human she's so fit in so tan but i do get to work with derek wilson whose incredible i've never worked with anybody of that sort of calibrate is very very good actor and everybody on the show is we're like in a weird sex cluster oh so i shot my first orgy scene on all congratulations to time not sure if i can say that but yeah yeah maybe maybe i'm not supposed to talk about orgies on here about anything on here are our audience is very progressive people well look we did it it's it's you still like one minute to go so with your last minute here in the booth is there anything jade caterpillar you wanna talk about i just wanna say nobody got me thanks show it will make key ideologue i think if my portuguese is what i think it is she didn't say other so wants to go out to the arby's across the street's right after we get out of the arby's on a hot day nothing nothing place some roast beef and cheese when it's a hundred ten degrees specials oz may guys if you have not seen jade schicker out online watch watch her doing the acting checkout crunch time it's on guy and ten stupid dollars and get all six episodes of crunch time i swear you will not be disappointed and if you're lucky enough to live in the la area or the montreal area do yourself a favor and get tickets to go see her she is hilarious and janai san thank you enough time i love you too let's go work on those kids okay terrific let's do let's make some sickly babies <laughter> okay i have to think if you people before i can fully let you go let me see i wanna thank chatshow himself mr kevin pollack canucks thanks for being so goddamn busy and successful and i keep guest hosting thank you to our head writer jamie foxx thank you to corey levin producer and post thank you jason mcintyre thank you to the ear wolf overlords and of course jordan in the booth with us on on on our data and that's it for me so until next time you may fuck off hi chris this is chris how are you the money i'm good i just took brazilian jujitsu class seven thirty am great way to start the day getting beat up feeling really good in a way can alive not idea great winning well i have a lot of self hatred how are you i am kind of living my own version of orange any black on monday my pack nyerere taking a little trip which will end with me turning myself a federal prison forty six months i need to know everything about this and right off the bat let me say i imagine this isn't the easiest thing to talk about so thanks for opening up would you just heard a clip from this week's episode of beautiful stories from anonymous people with me chris get their episode one twentyone i hope you listen to this one this one's intense and mind blowing it's like oranges the new black needs breaking bet if you haven't listened to beautiful anonymous in a while this is a great one to check out
"forty six months" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Live with whatever it is that they're dealing with once they get out of the military preemptive strike i guess you would say wow and so so april your organization is midnight sun service dogs rate yes ma'am and tell us about that so tell us about the work that you do there because it does it sounds like a wonderful fit for what you guys have accomplished so tell us about your organization sons service dogs came about restarted september twenty second two thousand eleven and i started the program that's a nonprofit right after i changed my own service dog to deal with my own ptsd and they wanted to find a way to give back i was never able to serve in the military because of my own medical issues but i always supported them and i wanted to find some way to say thank you so i started training service dogs for military member there's in our veterans we've placed just over six hundred dogs to date tom o is the first dog that we have in with an active duty squadron we are different from other organizations as we don't train the dogs and then place them we actually have the individual come into our program and train a dog all the way through the process that gives them paying to help with their own medical needs it creates a better bond for the dog and the veteran and it really sets us up to have ninety eight percent success rate that we have with our service stocks how long is that training so when you bring a man how old is the dog has that is a really unique approach would love to hear more about that when you bring a person and a dog fan how do you match them there when we do the application process we do a breed profile in that includes questions about the lifestyle where they live if they travel where they want to be five years from now and we pick the perfect breed for their lifestyle and their disability and once we find the dog usually the dogs come in as puppies usually no older than forty six months old and once we find that perfect match for the human and the dog the program can take about two years now i do want to stress that with our program we are one hundred percent volunteer there's not a single paid staff anywhere in our organization.
"forty six months" Discussed on CarCast
"Godspeed speed logics just jump on board and they would jump on board with the project after i paid for the twelve hundred dollar robart for the first demon but you know hey at the end of the day i may be the only one crazy to road race this demon but dammit i'm doing so you know i think bill steams up next with the shocks and then speed logics going to help us with some justify arms and you know i don't i don't know roller in down but you know we've we've got some things go i think what you want to drive the car what you've kind of found out in the process as cool as as the demon is the demon isn't exactly a hell cat there are some significant differences and i know everybody realizes the demon is it's being marketed as a drag race vehicle but when you get into it the brakes are different the shock valves are different that you know some of the suspension components are different like it's styled in chassis y suspension wise it's all dialed in differently than a normal hal cat so to take a demon and turn it in to a corner carver it's more than just changing the wheels and tires well god yes you know here's another thing everybody's all poop lou and you know the hundred and forty six months mall and our top speed of the demon well hopefully these people realize that's.
"forty six months" Discussed on No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo
"Ontario ontario go on time gets speak i don't know man on tario is okay quebec where isn't i swear where mr ford is from the the mayor from one of those places mad as the one that's always someone drake now he that now not not the not the rob ford was a canadian policy all yeah rob for heart attack and yet the whole coktail that he found him yeah he has a crack video forty six months he had a tumor yeah former toronto mayor so wherever he from is what i rep and he's from toronto so that makes it a greatest city in when you're mayors on video and crack downs he died from cancer recipes to afford i was a fan of your work sir on what you but god bless you arrest base and peace and love to your family all the aren't around foreign video now at all the one where he while out in court yeah no way he's doing crack oh yeah i saw that as well there was on twitter and the twitter man's there's so many legends in this game keep on who's who's who's the mayor of toronto now i don't know i know is that old man that'd be trying to rep gnome is the only one that i guess is making way norm norm kelly still the mayor he's not a mayor he's like an elected official well he's not the mayor john torrey hello.
"forty six months" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket
"Strong steady growth no to really is remarkable yogurt up and down years an mdm this preowned noah or industry look like that so much by weather as well uh an yellow than a couple of years here near the dog bit above be a year or so who were literally bad weather uh deal has been steady uh steady growth in all of course we heard lubbock change uh as well a lot of change get retail mexa of the last year to count the outdoor retail you know fishing la because they're stable uh but some of the hunting gun you have cut of parts of those businesses have been affected then then uh you know the boat companies of consolidating some so uh you know we continue to see change to which hit a boast that changes for the good uh but uh you know with did it does l the blow but overall you know the tie that's right a yahoo you know if they that stuff the name of the game and the idea is to have you know nice steady rise zero losses have been wh of fishing lessons have the ground loss of the other areas of uh declined uh you know a glut in the end mystery we've got that uh platform moon we're we're trying to get sixty million anglers and you know uh sixty months which is probably now deal low forty five forty six months left on that now uh but uh yeah i think that's uh you know everybody is sort of pulling together in the industry and and you know keeping uh not only the economy part of it but the access and conservation uh although that access issues that we face across the country uh or or real uh and we're you know in the air together finally goal that so you know we'll be able to continue to do you know what we love when we're not at work or as we say though we're working on fishing yeah while this no doubt about it i was so people i i my work in the toy factory of life i mean there's no question about it we have were were blessed to be able to.
"forty six months" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Once you're making more you can just live a little better you can have may be an easier time showing up to work on time and you know be be a better employee for your and player john and clear drug wnyc khoja sort of a problem there is a goal that's the competition such as mexico and china smallbusiness that i'm trying to stay afloat in new york city which is reprimand you with particular uh you know increased i'm going to a huge issue we saw meanwhile the man i'm being being able to stay in business and the difference between the minimum wage that it is this year and the minimum wage that it's going to be next year thirteen dollars um is going to make that much of a difference to your bottom line shower robert i usually leave the sewer system somebody can produce obviously is more valuable so or sheets more valuable in this respect i can pretty much uh uh employees as and and put them off based on what their performance levels off because if my employee the pay am thirteen dollars an hour after training which you were two sixyear forty six months and in this situation in duct sometimes they don't work out a lotta time anyway but a lot of times during us the traynor glee nobody comes then knowing what you do most dealing with the street and then being able to train that but if you take care of them you can you know uh uh obviously you can make it make it so that the.
"forty six months" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro
"A hundred one hundred eighty degrees different vim than what i initially wrote down then so just wanna put that disclaimer out there but again here's my plan and i encourage you all make a plan work your plan when you're not sure what to do next which you know you want to leave and you wanna turn your side hustle and city remain hustle make a plan and work the plan the plan doesn't have to be perfect but you have to really sit through an writedown exactly what you wanna do in why what it will produce what you earn and start working that plan if the plans not working pivot and right down with the new plan will be but always always have a plan so my plant again save forty six months worth of earnings ford a months you know depending on how much i can live below my means start earning money in my business i was the second part of my plan and i succeeded in both of those so i now know that no matter what i coming money i know that that i have repeatable revenue systems that i can tap into and i could you know for this month focus on this thing and then make that a stream that that this was most powerfully illustrate to me the weekend over thanksgiving you know a lot of entrepreneurs especially ecommerce and retail folks they spend months planning black friday and i at the last minute decided he newmont i i looked at my provident law statement and i said to myself i need another thousand in to break breakeven this mother i don't like you know how this is looking i'm like i wanna make a thousand this weekend so i got to it you know i planned out my email sequence that plan out my promotion sequins and i exceeded my goal and it was it was a small go know hopes to some one thousand is small potatoes but once you make a thousand you can make five once you make 5000 you can make ten thousand so just knowing that hey i have the power to say i wanna make this and then go out.
"forty six months" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Be millionaires and outrageously generous that's the next thing on your list and we've got a copy of course hogan signed book for you for that very thing to happen so white ago and thank you for leading called the clashes you gotta be hugely inspiring the people in the clashes when the gas it in their forty forty five years all going the thirty year old bid i gotta do it now i mean i gotta do it that's is game on this is so good you guys are showing crowd i share face paint sure and so it's not ex thirty three and it and seek face his kingdom in his righteousness and all these things or the aditya as well and in that basically if your focused on the kingdom you know serbian giving you're not focused on yourself so you're not as likely to you know by frivolous things that you just don't need an aren't going to make you happy anyway no but amiram you'll be able to your grandkid's about two dollars jumped that's right uh uh i love elevenstorey i love it that's good stuff were well done youtube very well done thomason kelley kansas city one hundred seventy thousand dollars paid off that's their house and everything baby forty six months from the time they got married fifty five up to 165 income counted down let's era debtfree scream three two one whoa yeah he likes lauded when she was twenty six i started when she was twenty six they got married when she was twenty six and now everything's paid off house and everything you know why we do those jeffrey screams so that we can bust into your face and ask you uh when a you're going to do it it your turn what are you why not it's just a matter of making different decisions and not carrying what other people think about your decisions the you can do a south show you how we led millions of people out this is.
"forty six months" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"And kelly are with us merry christmas you guys fake day christmas welcome or you guys from from overland park kansas right kansas city market cohen yes or welcome good to have you guys thanks for hanging out with us and all the way down to nashville today your debtfree screams that's right how much will be paid off paid off one hundred in seventy thousand dollars love it and how long did that take took his forty six months very cool and you're range of income during that time started out at 55000 a and this year will be up about 165 bio nice little jump in four years little bit what are you guys do for a living i'm an it governance for a large national bank and 9'0 talent and small community bank very cool so the big leap in income is because of the importance of governance a wealth it is a hot market right now but we've both had a couple of job changes promotions long away and also started little side business that has really taken off from this crony ta an hour yet to it now aren't good for you guys well don how long have you been married for years in september oh more congratulations what kind of debt was the one hundred and seventy thousand dollars so a little bit was my master's degree student loan and then we we paid off the house they've you paid off your spinoff of mortgage paul why it a guy oh man are you guys on 34 and i'm thirty and you have a paidfor house that so hard blow that is so weird i love it more you to go congratulations you've got us man you are killing annette making this money and no what's this house worth it's probably about two forty merck swim go up now pretty here's old man you guys are awesome way to go euro man i bet your parents are proud of you guys i think so they're they're watching today along with all our good friends and blessed away and ago okay so you got married and you said we're gonna pay off his master's student loan and then we're gonna pay off the house and you.
"forty six months" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"How much will be paid off paid off one hundred and seventy thousand dollars love it and how long did that take took his forty six months very cool and you're range of income during that time started out at 55000 a and this year will be up to about 165 bio nice little jump in four years little bit what are you guys do for a living i'm an it governance for a large national bank lending tailored and small community thank barry cool so the big leap and income um is because of the importance of vodka governance illhealth it is a hop market right now but we both had a couple of job changes promotions along the way and also started little side business that has really taken off from this crony ta and now we get to it okay all right good for you guys well done how long have you been married for years in september go oh more congratulations what kind of debt was the one hundred and seventy dollars so a little bit was my master's degree student loan and then we we paid off the house dave you paid off your spinoff of mortgage hey paul why it a guy oh man that's what are you guys on 34 and i'm thirty and you have a paidfor house that so slow that is so weird i love it more you to go congratulations you've got this man you are killing at making this money and no what's this house worth it's probably about two forty remarks from go now for two years old man you guys are awesome way to go euro man i bet your parents are proud of you guys i think so they're they're watching today along with all our good friends and blessed on way to go okay so you got married and you said we're gonna pay off his master's student loan and then we're gonna pay off the house and you must have gone straight to it based on these numbers right been married four years 46 much did this so tell me the story how did this happen and how this whole unfold well i wish i would've started right.
"forty six months" Discussed on The Hoop Collective
"And you know he's gonna be okay he you know you know he even to i mean this one i can't say who but one guy said forty six months he's going to be okay you start doing the math you're like well it's october fifty four to six months but i just remember paul george um i uh i remember until he broke his leg my agassi broken legs are different but i remember when he broke his leg in august and i remember he did come back and play a couple of weeks at the end of the the season right which was an interesting decision wasn't it i remember that and i did it so i remember when he was getting close to coming back and i went to a practice the pacers were practicing and cleveland and i went to a practice and i actually got to see him scrimmage he had he wasn't back yet and i remember watching him run and he was like running with a definite hitch i remember thinking while he he he can't come back i mean he he's he's not even i mean i was like okay he's out there scrimmaging which is awesome but he's he's piece favoring that leg terribly he began play and then i think seven to ten days later he was on the court and i was just like i can't believe they're letting him play especially in this world of sports science where the trainers are so worried about you favoring the other side and potentially now to to protect your left greer broken left leg you're right knee starts hurting.
"forty six months" Discussed on WGTK
"Grainy footage taken by camera position about a quarter mile away show that just before the definitive seat on the pierre a group of six people gathered at that spot the defence said it was possible that those people had this carded the gun that killed stanley now the gun had been stolen as i said earlier from a us bureau of land management rangers car after he drove into the city and parked it along in barca daryl no one has been arrested in the burglary one of several cases in recent years in which bay area law enforcement officers have lost guns thieves which by the way is prompted lawmakers to push for tougher requirements for securing weapons now right before the shooting the defendant had been on track for his sixth deportation after serving forty six month forty six months in prison for felony reentry into the country but then his course change when he was transferred from federal custody to san francisco jail in march 2015 on an old warrant alleging he fled marijuana charges in 1995 when city prosecutors discharge the case the sheriff's department released him despite a federal request to hold him for deportation the sheer for the time ross murakami cited the city sankt policies which he claimed limited local cooperation with immigration enforcement because it seeks to encourage illegal aliens to feel comfortable and having a relationship with city agencies they area people were so angry over garcia varieties release it contributed to the sheriff's defeat when he ran for reelection last year but san francisco remains a sanctuary city and the state of california is now a statewide sanctuary state because the governor to sign the policy now get this the board of supervisors of san francisco amended the city sanctuary policies after the shooting but if a person with this defendants record and the pierre 14 shooting to place he would still be freed rather than turned over to immigration agents in the absence of the federal art.
"forty six months" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Greenhouse gas tax is always going to the new gas tax is that you're going to be paying is going to the brown goggled he's financing highspeed rail bye by by claiming that we're we're killing the earth with our cars and so the gas task tax has to be jacked up as punishment but we we knew the cup that was just a cover story four eight we need money for the brown goggle we're going to talk about that in an hour we're going to start with the i didn't realize this story looked at some news articles over the weekend it's under way up in san francisco oh this is the trial over cates stein lease death remember she was shot to death on the pierre in san francisco july 2015 trump used it as part of his campaign and really fuel disaster it because her killer was an illegal alien who had been deported many many times from the us i think it was five times at least yeah i think any he had either five convictions in 74 or seven convictions and and five by he's been deported in mexico fivetime since first arriving the us has ever given i'll convicted a felony reentry and sentenced in 2011 to forty six months in federal prison he was released more to twenty fifteen but instead of being deported a sixtime san francisco they wanted him like the da's office up there said oh he's got an old warrant from her marijuana charge send him up to us he di he went up there they decided we're not going to prosecute its old and just released him and while not let ice snow and and that's why.