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"harriet harriet" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:30 min | 4 months ago

"harriet harriet" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Mysteries. And we do that in the form of blind items which Holly is selected for us in this segment we call blinded by the item. I don't hot celebrity gossip mysteries to solve. Here's our first one. This West Coast housewife. Let's build that the feds are investigating her still significant other, Hmm. Are still significant other Yes, I don't know my house watching. This is the one that's getting divorced. Oh, yeah, the one that's got her own single. Yeah, Yeah. What's her name? Uh, Buffy, Mick Mick Magoo beacons cracking by FEMA craft from a cracking Phyllis McCracken. What Anymore. Are you done? Sandy McCracken? Harry. Harriet. Harriet McCracken. No. Who is it? Jane? Erica. Jane. Nice e Feel like somebody assisted You, Bradley with that gaze? No, honestly, literally. It popped into my head because the gays love Erica Jane. Did they tell the bat signal telepathy? Didn't you know that housewife signal? I just hear like a vague Okay? And then I get the message. So, Erica Jane? No. Oh, actually, yes. Like a lot of yes. Let's kill that the families like I just want to give you the answer. Yes. Erica Jane Erika Girardi. What spill that the feds are investigating her still significant other her soon to be ex husband, Tom because they were stealing allegedly money from air crash victimsfamilies and using it to fund their own extravagant lifestyle. So gross so gross. There's a lot of funny money over in the Real Housewives universe. I just feel like that whole thing has to be real shady, make Shader pants and, um I just think any Cohen should be careful. For so many reasons we'll get to that later. Okay, That's a tease for Jarawas. Wow. Pay attention. The debate Simon. I did buy another see messed with the wrong people. Okay, and the people are us Go on. Stay tuned at 1 30 for Andy Cohen to reappear on our show in a daily segment. And there's a good.

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"harriet harriet" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

06:38 min | 8 months ago

"harriet harriet" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"She's also one of our Georgia. Um Ambassadors, and that's Something where you have a member that really likes what they're doing, likes what they've learned, and they would help other people get into it get involved in and she's been helping us like that now for quite some time, even before we had the designation, Ambassador So we really appreciate that from Tricia as we went away, break up to ask you a series of questions about your property to give us Over here on the outside, Not knowing intimately how you're operating. These four plex is 28 units. You said you've got a landscaping guy. So that makes it more like an apartment. How about the utilities? How are the utilities set upon these four pledges? The great thing about the way the utilities there set up in the buildings is that they're individually metered. The tenants pay for the water and electric. And we're not responsible. You know, we don't have to implement rubs or anything in the property. So we have a nice setup where they're individually metered and we pay for, uh, landscaping. The pest control the things I mentioned prior, but The most part, the tenants cover their utility. Now that's a sweet spot right there. And you know it. Really it really is. You think about it because in a normal apartment if you're getting 800, you know, and they're looking at a dollar for dollar. Ferentz. Okay, I get $800 a month rent. Right, But now they're getting 8 50 for red. And they're paying their own utility. If you don't have that utility expense in your in your financial statement, That's a really nice Place to be as faras. This business goes especially since utilities fluctuate so much. What about when somebody leaves? Do you turn him into your name then? You get the make ready? Well, it all depends because, for instance of attendant is their proper move out inspection we require require them to leave it on, like a few days so we can get our cleaning company in there. Tio have the unit urn. And then they can have their utilities turned off. And then after that, there's really no need for us to have it activated and so because in its run pretty fast weep, released. My work with the tenant about Tennessee applicants, side calling and requiring the unit, so I give them a lot of, you know pictures of the individual units so that they feel comfortable. Releasing with us before they even see the unit and put a hold on it so that they can secure that apartment. So We really don't need to have the utilities switched over into our name unless we're having worked down in it, and the tenant's been gone for a while, you know, but other not. We do have a lighting bill that like the street that we cover, and that's usually runs like $300 a month. Havenaar expenses. Another great feature to the unit as they have full sized washing dryer connection so we can have You know one. The tenant can bring their own and or two. We can use an appliance company to service and rent the unit from them, and that's been working out really well. Again. The sweet spot on that is that water is not in your name's thinking. Walked. All they want didn't cost you anything. So that's good. You got some really interesting things you're adding for ancillary income. Tell me about what poo princes. I'm implementing poo prints. What is Prue prints? Well, actually, Prue prints is one of the vendors we met at an A and what they do is if you have a community that you have full control over with the animals that come into your property. We can roll the pet into that DNA, which is, you know, crazy technology these days is to take their poo sample and send it off to the lab. And they know the DNA of the dog that that tenant Once you know, let their dog have free rein of the property and not curb them. We confined them because we would send that sample in and say is this You know, so we can go. Now it is over. The top is 30 years I've been doing that I've never heard tracking on church Tell work aren't leaving their poop everywhere. So you know, And then we put up the doggy bag on a curb and no give them every opportunity to take care of their pets because In our community. Where were we don't have a lot of apartments that except animals, so One being a contemporary apartment plus being of pet friendly apartment. You know, they're going to try and end here the best they can. As you know, we have all kinds in the apartment community, but most part they're all pretty. You know, they all do what they're supposed to Dio. So they have to deposit APU print when they give you the deposit to move in or out. You do that. What we do is that amount that is collected for the pet. See the non refundable peppy goes towards that footprint registration. So you make them dog stand there until you have to go the bathroom or what? Not really. Not really. But what I really wanted to tell you about this funny story about landscaping when you mentioned it. A game that my son just graduated from high school a couple weeks ago, and we had family in town, and my husband wanted to show his mom and dad the apartment. He drove them around, and he's showing them the apartments and And his dad said to my husband goes, so you give your landscaper free run for mowing the line, and that's just cracked me up on this. Like It was a funny story, but he asked if we gave our landscapers for you run from knowing the line. So if that would be run like a four plex Gray. Is that a scenario that you consider for no No, that's just dignity. That's all that it, you know, you know my theory about giving anyone for dedicated. Yeah. No, no, no, That's good that you're laughing at that because that is one of my pet peeves of all times. Right? So you say Harriet Harriet You're implementing valet waste Who's picking that waist up? I'm assuming that the door and I don't know how often share with us a little bit about that. Because of my apartments. We do valet waste, but we pick it up ourselves. We have a rolling dumpster. What were you doing? Who's picking that up for Valley waste? It's the same thing we don't use the company would be in health. We have When that maintenance person um, come to the apartment to check the ground..

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"harriet harriet" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

10:57 min | 1 year ago

"harriet harriet" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Ross next segment. Michael Jackson biopic seems like bad idea. Idea stop saying it like that is it bio bio pic really. We talked about this like two episodes ago. You say bio PIC. I think of like a biopsy I opposite by Grasso Picture. You telling me. This isn't a choice it's bio-pic Bio Pyo space pick and take the space out biopsies. Biopic sounds like a medical procedure. Yeah it feels like a medical procedure. It's Michael Jackson. Movie Fair Point Okay. MIC argue with Michael Jackson Bio pic. Yes that sounds like. It's about biology though. No it's the first one. Sounds like it's biological Nicole. Whatever okay Michael Jackson movie sounds like that idea? A deadline reported over the weekend. That the guy who and this is like I'm not gonNa like dance around with some fucking pun intended with Michael Jackson shoes on trying to make this cute. You pretend that might wouldn't a monster. I'm not if you're if you're Mike Jackson apologists skit. I'm going to rip the dude. Bahamian rhapsody subsidy producer Graham King. So the guy who made the Bahamian rhapsody movie which is universally loved. Misbehavior watched that Mike. I don't know if my love to watch it is the move. I like Rummy Malik. He's funny good talented. Very good actor. Funny he's not this guys sort of a funny face. If you want to be an asshole about jared prick your the bio my guess on the show where it seems like that idea. Anyway I do and I'll say this for that guy if you had to pick a fight velten John Movie and the Bohemian rhapsody movie. The movie one in in bind. TKO In the first round. The Elton John Movie was an utter and total disaster disaster of a train wreck. I'm upset that I saw disasters. Fuck that movie. What were they thinking? Holy Shit I can see it like Assad in theaters and I can see pieces of playing back out in my head right now and it was so upsetting me bad. Oh my God what was Oh so they got that guy on board first first of all. I can't believe anybody's on board for this is so fucking slippery still. There is no way this can be executed without wildly spending millions of people at the very least east handfuls of potentially and allegedly sexually abused people as well. I don't I don't know how they but here's the. I think they have access to the entire catalogue of music. The Jackson Estate is obviously on board with this. This is GonNa be gone gone. No no please. This has to be like a we need to save the image move right. This sounds like that. Yeah I don't think I would not be. I don't think this this makes it to the screen dude. It's go to Betamax. I don't think this sees the light of day. In that way. Do we have on Michael Jackson Bio pic already remember the Jackson. Five movie know about the whole family family now. Was it the one that made it very aware of his dad in his problems. You've never seen that movie Super Bowl Ace play on like vh. One and empty data abused use to make. Well I guess it was more focused on that. It wasn't necessarily about Michael Jackson's pre was about him and his brother's getting a really beat by the dad. What was his name? Joe Joe Jackson Real asshole. According to the way history had shoes at the one who didn't have shoes it had shoes. He shooed Shoo Shoo. Having Joe Jackson Not Jackson clarify thank. You sucks for for shoeless like getting wrapped up in this whole thing now. People think shoeless is hitting Mike in he. He fell in such hard times after all that he he became further shoeless. He has been and fewer shoes less use than before zero. That damn no shoes okay anyway. So they've retained three time Oscar nominated writer John. Logan Begin to write the script for this. There is not a studio yet and it never will be Will there might be a studio. Somebody is stupid terrific fuck. They were going to cash Julia. Roberts as Harriet tubman going. Hollywood bros talking about this story. No so an executive in Hollywood allegedly said and I'm not joking so they're they're getting this. Harriet Harriet Tubman. Biopic made no. It's not it's A. It's just a movie about here. He told me Which I'm sure we'll be phenomenal? They're finally getting it made. It's been in the works for like fifteen years. Very famous is writer. All these great people attached to it but at one point fifteen years ago or some shit this the person in charge of the writer. I want to say you know I'm Summarizing here went to speaking with Hollywood EXEC. Who was like we love it? Harriet tubman underground railroad. Let's do it. We WanNA book Julia. Roberts is Harriet and the writer. It was like I'm sorry. Did you say I'm sorry. Did you say Julia Roberts the Brockovich. She's a white woman that's Ginger Ocean's eleven and this is Excuse me you're the Harriet. Tubman is was a black woman. Enslaved ran underground railroad and the executive said and this is got a quote that they're passing around. Oh it's been so long nobody will know the difference. That's not real. I swear to God Google it. That's that's what the writer of this movie is. Alleging that Hollywood executive said to them fifteen years ago. That's two thousand four. Two Thousand and four allegedly Hollywood executive said it was so long ago no nobody will know the difference which equates to ipso facto. It's been so long people forget. Slaves were black. That is the most asinine thing I how could somebody think that people would not care about that. That is how backwards I believe. Hollywood got over the course of like sixty years of unchecked bullshit and then in the past couple of years. We started to walk back but all my God. Somebody legitimately wanted to cast Julia Roberts as Harriet Tubman also. They weren't gonNA pull a black face on her. I don't know worse. The next question was going to be like how you know. Honestly that'd be better than just having a white woman just leading a bunch of they're like no we WANNA leave it up they wanNA leave it. Authentic we're not gonNA painter black and then it's just her leading but would it be wet. You know reverse the rules. We'll have all the slave owners black thou. That's a film I WANNA see. All the slave owners are black. All the slaves are white in Julia. Roberts is leading the white slaves to freedom as Harriet. Some it'll be like like an offensively barely changed. Version name like Harriet Trautmann or some shit I cannot. That's insane to me. That anybody in the world with things Julia Roberts. There's no way she would agree that surely surely she wouldn't agree to that. I would hope not. Here's a stupid idea. Is I believe that is so stupid of an idea that if you were the person in the room presented with that thought it is your human responsibility to snuff out the life that is presented to you. If somebody says to you you know you should play. Jewish should play. Harriet Tubman Julia Roberts. It's your responsibility with your bare hands. Climb over the table to tutoring here. You have to end that because that thought so far gone last the die. That idea has the worst shit. Can come from there this motherfucker. Thanks a white woman could play. Harriet Tubman we gotta get rid of this person. That person person isn't going to make the world a better place. There's only one woman who could play. Harriet Tubman that was destined to play. Harriet Tubman Oprah. She's up there or be on the list. ESTRIN BE Goldberg. There's like or or Davis Viola Davis of black women would be good But you know what I'd say I'd probably like eight million black women. I'd have on my list before Julia. Roberts got there which is crazy man to think about. I was GONNA say. Ah I just love the concept of some white some white executive like getting stoked on the idea of Funky. Nobody's done the underground railroad. We're going to be Richard Shit like all right. This is perfect for. Julian has been trying to get her to suck his Dick for like thirty years right. And he's like Oh my God. This is my chin. Julia plugged into the Harriet Tubman. Musso ass backwards. Hollywood is seriously we're just now getting to a point where even starting to recover from that level of backwards thanks to the metoo movement which is the only thing that cracked it open. It took like hundreds of women coming forward and being like yeah. These guys have been raping molesting abusing us for generations and generations nations of of movie making. It's fucked this makes me think of what it was like when Quinn Tarantino Pitch Django to the exact he had a like no but Tarintino is has reached a point where he was like eight movies ago. That problem arose where they were gonNA present. I imagine version. Let's hope fiction is like all right so I wrote myself into the movie and I'm GonNa be using the N.. Word pretty heavily. Yeah Samuel Jackson was like I'm in to be in that scene scene with you and be like you've heard Tarantino. Say Some of the Weird Shitty says right like he thinks it is very strange he. He was raised and this is out of his mouth. I don't know if this is true. He was raised in a black community and considers himself to have more in common with black people and white people really. Where's he from me and that's fine? I don't remember is it's not fine. You're from Houston doesn't give you the. I don't identify more with black people than white people I don't even identify with white people But you know then. That wouldn't be fair. They didn't stay quit can't he. He he believes himself to be getting up past that. He's not sometimes do you. Do you think that you know when Quinn quintanillas like okay. Who Do you think should play Django? And then the network is like I got it. William H macy. Didn't they offer. It will will Smith and he passed route. That's that's I'm glad you didn't take that. There's a story with with ludicrous in fast after the period the same exact thing who who they offer that to you originally Jal rule. Yeah it was John. John was in was in the first job. John was in the first driving his car and loses his girl because then diesel beats him or Paul Paul Walker Pow Walberg under suspect that man there fucking I think I think that Jon rule they really take Joe. We WanNa have you back for two more money. No ludicrous and he made so much money..

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"harriet harriet" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"harriet harriet" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"That the signs dealing scandal only involves the astros more than one hundred members of congress express their firm opposition to a proposal by MLB that would eliminate more than forty minor league teams i don't know what to do here and finally julia roberts was almost cast as harriet harriet tubman in bio-pic a studio executive reportedly argued that no one is going to know the difference i don't know what do you mean you don't know what to do with it i mean it's a very clear type out that you could very easily rearrange but in a by any comprehension of the english language bio-pic yeah and then what happens with studio executive reportedly really argued there was no period there's nothing no break up with the sentences nothing what's the issue here is god's what is it here's who you never mess up the sponsors you know why because you read those beforehand initially not be something that we get together on as a music turning over for a second i want to do a test here ivanisec up hold on hold on just wanted to turn over the sheet of paper and i just wanna check on your retention do you have any idea the funny neither you just read never mind that you were scared of the punctuation do you know has no punctuation you understand what what did you just read repeat no no no don't look at it repeat to the audience what you just read i read a runoff sentence with missing commerce so what was what was the meat of the tub tubby stutman somewhat he doesn't have any idea what he read he doesn't that and robert absurdity why is it absurd that julia roberts would be playing who new tubby smith i mean jeez yeah that's the same story totally understood the story yeah now you see why it's absurd why would she in tubby smith crazy no punctuation actuation and who episode payton's places drops this saturday on ESPN plus episode nineteen peyton visits with anthony gonzales joe namath and ben stein to to learn it took president john f..

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"harriet harriet" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"harriet harriet" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Buy a three month treasury get one point seven percent on a three month if it's if it's if you have a the reason I asked was because I was going to use it ever tell people yeah but I thought maybe I had a treasury direct account so there is you can go to a thing called treasury direct dot golf treasury direct dot gov and and you can open an account and it's true that you can buy directly US treasury bonds directly from from the government I thought maybe that's what it was I am not a fan of you know moving in there's alot of everybody and their brother has the short term funds I am not a fan of those I think that's a waste of time and a waste of money in the sense that you're not going to get the same return so you're gonna end up getting a a a a little bit of a lower return after fees and I'd rather not see you do that plus I like the idea if you want to own bonds to own individual bonds I don't like only mutual funds you know I mean for two years I've been preaching against mutual fund bond funds so I I I'm okay with it if it is a treasury thirty day bond I'm okay with okay all right thank you and I I appreciate your ministry thank you you're welcome thank you folks you can get I know this is crazy when you get a third three month bond three months first one point seven two percent eighty two year treasury bond is one point four the three month is higher because of the short term lending and and all of the I don't wanna get deep in the weeds by talking about repo rates and all those things from from the fed by you know it's in there there is a reason for it it has happened a few times in my investment career but you can't get a ten year bond for one point seven percent if you go if you were to buy treasury so anyway six ten three six three eleven ten all our lines are open six ten three six three eleven ten let me go to Marcy calling us from Texas a Marcy thank you for all your advice on the partner and I have a question for NASCAR on forty and you get them here click on our way so would it be smarter for him to have it transferred into your name okay well you can't get transferred into his name other than it all course be in his name but I will always be in his name as an inherited IRA if he's okay paying the tax then how are how old is he Marty the problem is that by the time he could use some of that money in retirement the price will be anything last because he's forced to take minimum required distributions I suspect at that from somebody over seventy years old yeah yeah so you know unfortunately still has to take minimum required distributions from it and if it's a big anywhere to cash it out of course he'd have to pay the tax rate on it which will be it could be considerable mana money depending on how much it is but at the same time with him an opportunity to invest that a little bit more aggressively maybe or I mean you could still investing aggressively but it'll give him a chance to add it to his portfolio he he might be able to compounding with whatever savings he has and other things you might be able to do better by doing that it really depends on how much the taxes are going to be alright thank you so much for you you're welcome thank you more Sam Glaser class let me go to Harriet Harriet's corners from Mississippi hi Harry good morning how are you good thank you all our main question is what you're feeling they are well I like vanguard vanguards are very good company it's a very strong company I live in the county where their home based and where they started many years ago it's a it's a good company and it now financially sound I would consider vanguard as mutual fund companies go are from a financial string bean are one of the strongest in the world bite from a biblical responsible standpoint you know I I can't recommend them I do have some vanguard funds on my list that are medically responsible few of them but after the most part none of their sons are typically responsible so now if you're talking about vanguard brokerage then that's fine you can open a vanguard brokerage account with vanguard and that's nothing wrong with that you can buy and put in their whatever you want to put in okay what are your options wanted to get away from what are so do you already have money in there yeah yeah okay well so then you at you have any you can do what whatever you want you can move it from vanguard mutual fund company you can actually move that two vanguard's brokerage so that's what I would tell you to do because it's easy so you call them up and say I want to move my account the vanguard brokerage which means in that account you go put individual stocks you can play other Mutu Timothy mutual funds you can buy easy after you do anything in napa Calif and that's what I would suggest you do okay I always feel Americans are going crazy for.

"harriet harriet" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"harriet harriet" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Buy a three month treasury get one point seven percent on a three month if it's if it's if you have that the reason I asked was because I was going to use it ever tell people yeah but I thought maybe I had a treasury direct account so there is you can go to a thing called treasury direct dot gov treasury direct dot gov and and you can open an account and it's true that you can buy directly US treasury bonds directly from from the government I thought maybe that's what it was I am not a fan of the you know moving in there's alot of everybody and their brother has the short term funds I am not a fan of those I think that's a waste of time and a waste of money in the sense that you're not going to get the same return so you're gonna end up getting a a a a little bit of a lower return after fees and I'd rather not see you do that plus I like the idea of you going only bonds to own individual bonds I don't like only mutual funds you know I mean for two years I've been preaching against mutual fund bond funds so I I I'm okay with it if it is a treasury thirty day bond I'm okay with. okay all right thank you and I I appreciate your ministry thank you you're welcome thank you folks you can get I know this is crazy when you get a third free month bond three months first one point seven two percent. it. to hear. treasury bond is one point four. the three month is higher because of the short term lending and and all of the I don't wanna get deep in the weeds by talking about repo rates and all those things from from the fed by you know it's in there there is a reason for it it has happened a few times in my investment career but you can't get a ten year. bond. for one point seven percent if you go if you were to buy treasury so anyway six ten three six three eleven ten all our lines are open six ten three six three eleven ten let me go to Marcy calling us from Texas a Marcy. thank you for all your advice on the partner and I have a question for my son he's forty and you get in here click on our way so would it be smarter for him to have it transferred into your name okay. well you can't get transferred into his name other than in our course be in his name but I will always be in his name as an inherited IRA if he's okay paying the tax then how are how old is he. Marty. so the problem is that by the time he could use some of that money in retirement the price will be anything alas because he's forced to take minimum required distributions I suspect. at that from somebody over seventy years old yeah yeah so you know unfortunately still has to take minimum required distributions from it and if it's a big anywhere to cash it out of course he'd have to pay the tax rate on it which will be could be considerable amount of money depending on how much it is but at the same time would you give me an opportunity to invest that a little bit more aggressively maybe or I mean you could still investing aggressively but it'll give him a chance to add it to his portfolio it he he might be able to compounding with whatever savings he has and other things you might be able to do better by doing that it really depends on how much the taxes are going to be alright thank you so much for you you're welcome thank you Marcia greater class. let me go to Harriet Harriet's conus from Mississippi hi Harry. good morning how are you good thank you. all our main question is what your feelings are. well I like vanguard vanguards are very good company it's a very strong company I live in the county where their home based and where they started many years ago I it's a it's a good company and it now it's financially sound I would consider vanguard as mutual fund companies go from a financial strength being are one of the strongest in the world bite from a biblical responsible standpoint you know I I can't recommend them I do have some vanguard funds on my list that are medically responsible few of them buy out for the most part none of their sons are basically responsible so now if you're talking about vanguard brokerage then that's fine you can open a vanguard brokerage account with vanguard and that's nothing wrong with that you can buy and put in their whatever you want to put in there. okay what are your options. we wanted to get away from. what are so do you already have money in there yeah yeah. well so then you have you have any you can do what whatever you want you can move it from vanguard mutual fund company you can actually move that. two vanguard's brokerage. so that's what I would tell you to do because it's easy so you call them up and say I want to move my account the vanguard brokerage which means in that it came out you go put individual stocks you go for it other Mutu Timothy mutual funds you go by E. T. F. figure do anything in napa Calif and that's what I would suggest you do. okay. all right Harry thank you I'm glad you called. starting a business can be.

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"harriet harriet" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"harriet harriet" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Old and entertainment. September is here school is back in session and the fall slate of movies is just around the corner it has been a slow year for movies besides Quentin Tarantino's once upon a time in Hollywood there hasn't been much great cinema plane over the past few months very little has been able to score big at the box office except for sequels and dole live action remakes of vastly superior animated classics so a lot will come down to the years to stretch run to make twenty nineteen a movie year to remember. Netflix has a strong offering of movies set for release including the October eleventh release of El Camino a breaking bad movie which promises to continue the story of breaking bad's Jesse Pinkman and his pursuit of freedom the streaming giant will also release Martin Scorsese's latest mob movie the Irishman which stars Robert De Niro Joe Pesci in Al Pacino finally Netflix is set to release the Steven Soderbergh's latest called the laundromat which stars Meryl Streep Gary Oldman and Antonio Banderas in a dramedy about an off shore tax scheme off of streaming the Brad Pitt sci fi film ad astra's slated for release on September thirtieth from James gray the director of the fantastic twenty sixteen film the lost city of Z. I'm especially excited for the White House in a twenty four black and white thriller from Robert Eggers the director of the horror film the which that stars Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe as too late housekeepers unraveling on a remote island this fall will also see the release of Harriet Harriet Tubman biopic motherless Brooklyn an adaptation of the Jonathan Lee from novel of the same name and doctor sleep an adaptation of the Stephen King novel of the same name which serves as a sequel to the shining. like I said twenty nineteen has been a tough year for movies so far luckily this falsely seems like it could be just the antidote we're looking for I never. hi it's Jamie progresses employee of the month to month in a row leave a message at the hi Jamie hit me I just had a new idea for our song what the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay. from bone was what wine you say will be found coverage options to fit your budget then we just all the finger snaps will acquire goes he was coming after they've come at jet yes no maybe anyway see a practice tonight I got a new there so the referee. the insurance company affiliates price and coverage match limited by state law what a.

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"harriet harriet" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"harriet harriet" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Industry. You know all that involves. You know better than i do. If if you had to choose right now which would you choose if i had to choose. I'd say video games kind of when you said that i just i felt much more. I don't know that that's your heart. See the difference in your head and your heart absolutely this is the exercise not just for you garrett but this is the exercise for everybody. This is a this is a very doable exercise so now we know you would love to be involved in the video game business. Can we just say that very high level. Yes okay so what are all the roles that you would be interested in in the video game business. You gotta detail detail that out then you start to actually use the proximity principle is why i wrote the best selling book in order to do garrett wants to do. He's got to be around people that we're doing in places where it is happening well. I'm telling you something you can connect with people that are doing that and you can get in places where that whole video gaming world is is happening and there's a lot of connections and opportunities. Is there yes or no yes sir. You were gonna say something. I was going to say that my girlfriend bought me your book <hes> after about six months of listening to you and i'm i'm about halfway through it yeah so now having had this conversation with me and being halfway through the book. Are you seeing what i'm writing about. How it makes sense yes sir. So are you going to start using the proximity principle in the video gaming industry. You don't have to tell me. I'm going to connect with go. No no go ahead. Actually i wasn't gonna put you on the spot. Let's go for what you get well. <hes> i do have some old contacts <hes> from gaming industry <hes> some people that have worked in that in that area <hes> and <hes> i think my next is going to be to reach out to them and set some lunches or something and just see where you're there. Atma see what what <hes> what information i can glean from them. There we go. Here's some basic questions ready. How'd you get your what worked for you. What seems to work for people who are coming in the industry. What's the biggest need. What are the trends. How does somebody with my current qualifications. How do i- bolster my marketability meaning. How do i become more higher but what existing excuse me. What new <hes> qualifications do. I need to get and now all of a sudden. You walked away with some really valuable information. Don't forget to say who are some other people in places that i need to be getting in so i can position myself. Opportunity people love to answer questions. They love to give advice leverage. It folks it is the greatest untapped resource in the world. I'm gonna tell you that the greatest untapped resources in the world are the people that you know or that you have a connection to that you could get with with that are doing work that you wanna do or similar work and they've got some knowledge and expertise because they're in the field and this wayne for you to go after it. Just just waiting for you to ask so go ask while could stuff. I can't believe we're already out of time but we're going to close with a quote from harriet harriet tubman every great dream begins with a dreamer always remember.

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"harriet harriet" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"harriet harriet" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"So I think we're going to give it the Sanford and son if you're going to give a black sitcom you're going to you're not going to give it to. Hey, let's get these random people ever heard of right? No, no, this spe John Amos. But like, you're not red FOX red FOX, Andy Amos and Andy. Yeah, that's not that's radio and radio. Beulah was also popular radio black sitcom. Let's see what's that's my, mama. We keep getting back to that's my mom and Sanford and son that so that's the the Reverend the Reverend Amen, right? Yes. Also, also pro never heard of that's my mom. That's the show that Eddie Murphy's referencing and coming America when he's about to. Hold. It seems introducing Randy Watson stage, and you might remember him as officer whatever from the that was that's my, mama. Yeah. So logic. Because by the time, I watch these shows were all in syndication so little kid. Mike had no idea. What came I Amen or the? Oh, wow. Deficit DeVos's came first spin off of all them all in the family, which I didn't know until I was in my twenty. Yeah. I mean, they were like Jefferson was all in the family. And then they said, you know, because he was the dry cleaner. And the whole idea was that is. On up. Family matters was a spin off of perfect strangers. Right. Was it? Yeah. Really? Yeah. Harriet Harriet was the elevator operator imperfect. Sri existed in the same IRS? It was much bigger than perfect strangers. This nice actually makes me feel good. Yeah. It makes me wanna go back and watch perfect strange. Also hell of a house for elevator operator and a cop Chicago. It wasn't just what is it? What is the Callister do in Chicago? But is clear they were affluent, right? It was clear that the McAllister family was because the coal was flying. Everybody out the Paris. But still I mean, Kevin McAllister on the hook for the property taxes. At least insane TV shows and movies paint such an unrealistic picture of life like just based on how people live like what's that show? Two broke girls. I've only seen commercials for but it's like don't they live in New York. They're waitresses they have like this mansion living. Yeah. It makes no sense. They have a horse to badge shows. Hey, girls was a terrible terrible. At one time, I wanna realistic movie or show where it's like this is like a studio apartment, and they fit a Cameron there. And it's like people are bumping into the camera and nothing gets done because there's no space because that's what you can afford. Call reality though, no one wants to see friends and Hartman clever way. Michael two broke girls found out that it was created and written by Whitney Cummings in hurt my heart because she's so funny, and this is the lowest common denominator bed show a laugh track. Oh, it's got the worst left show wasn't terrible. My wife wanted. Terrible. I'm not gonna I'm not gonna judge. You really feel? Yeah. I thought it was just as okay reline followed by laugh track. It was funny or not. All right. So you got a problem with tracks? I can dig it. I do hurts. My feeling because I love Seinfeld, but they have a laugh track. They didn't need it. So I just Google this Monica..

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"harriet harriet" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"harriet harriet" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Santa through Amazon. So it'll it'll be. And you know, some some of the sort of pre teens around the or thirteen they perhaps some of them have their endeavour cards and about three how they keep track of the money in the in the head that they giving cash there was a kid in the story every time she gets cash from like, a grandparent or something she immediately. We'll give it to her parents. So that they will transfer money into her online account, and then she knows she can using cod. And by you know, I think a lot of what the kids are spending money on is like a lot of parents said that they could pay games online. And sometimes they have to kind of buy buy things by characters or just money that way. So that's one reason why I love kids wanted to have money in that account. So they can do things like buy things online speaking with Wall Street Journal economics reporter, Harriet, Tori. So in this age, then were kids don't see a lot of cash to parents have to have a different conversation when explaining the basics of money, or is it is money wanna one still money one on one whether it's digital or hard currency. I think one wanna still money when I want, and that's it's it's interesting. I spoke to a few teaches about this. And they did say that really the medium of exchange is the same. And it will it will always be the same. But what's what's different is like sort of explaining to them about how you know, how instead of just saying, okay? This is a dollar, and I call it from the Bank my paycheck. It gets paid. And you'd have to say this is the credit card, and it's like that. And when that we are borrowing money from the Bank, and we have to pay that money back. And this is how we do it. And also you on the computer like people either saying some parents are saying that that's what do they get into a store because kids sometimes? Yeah. Some they say that the kids might not really understand. So they'll be like, oh, well, you just have your cause. So we can kind of buy whatever we want knows. This mother always told me she was like, no, you know, we this is money that is not like money say I'm gonna say you sit down together. And this is like the Bill the paying and. Yeah. So it's it's it's it's interesting the conversation. I guess is the same as it's always been. But the the way that it plays out. Stephanie changed and continues to change, and it I think it depends a lot on sort of kids live as well as different like, not everyone lives. You know, not everyone will decorate online, some people definitely do still go. And so on I think it's like it's more of a sort of city thing at the moment that, you know, people who are living in the cities will be like just needing Amazon prime moral. Harriet Harriet, Tori, Wall Street Journal economics reporter, thirty minutes now after the hour on this weekend. Far as the seasons. Change smart, accurate weather. Forecasts are what you need is important to us that you know, what's coming. We don't want.

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"harriet harriet" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"harriet harriet" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Through Amazon. So it'll it'll be then, and you know, in some some of the sort of preteens around the age of twelve or thirteen the pumps some of them have their debit cards. And that's really how they keep track of the money in the in the head that they giving cash there was a kid in the story. Yeah. Every time she gets cash from like, a grandparent or something she immediately. We'll give it to her parents. So that they will transfer money into her online account, and then she knows she can using Kaden by you know, I think a lot of what the kids are spending money on is like a lot of parents said that kids pay video games online. And sometimes they have to kind of by by things by characters to spend money that way. So that's one reason why I love kids want to have. Money in that account. So they can do things like the advice buy things online speaking with Wall Street Journal economics reporter, Harry, Tori. So in this age, then we're kids don't see a lot of cash do parents have to have a different conversation when explaining the basics of money, or are is it is money one zero one still money one on one whether it's digital or heart Garnsey. One wanna still money when I want, and that's it's interesting. I spoke to a few teaches about this. And they did say that really the medium of exchange is the same. And it will it will always be the same. But what's what's different is like sort of explaining to them about how you know, how how instead of just saying, okay? This is a dollar from the Bank where my paycheck begets paid. And you'd have to say this is a credit card, and it's actually like a dead. And when you then we borrowing money from the Bank, and we have to pay that money back. And this is how we do it. And I'll show you on the computer like people either saying some parents are saying that that's what she do. They get into a store because kids sometimes in some they say that the kids might not really understand. So they'll be like, oh, well, you just have your cause. So we can kind of buy whatever we want knows this mother. She was like, no, you know, we this is money that is not like money. So I'm going to show you I will sit down together. And this is like the Bill, and this will be paying and. Yeah. So it's it's it's interesting. It's like become a station. I guess is the same as it's always been. But the you know the way that it plays out. Tony and continues to change, and it I think it depends a lot on sort of kids live as well as different like, not everyone lives. Everyone orders will that gracie's online. Some people definitely do still go just to listen. And so on it's it's like, it's more of a sort of city thing at the moment that, you know, people who are living the cities will be like just using Amazon prime perhaps moral Harriet Harriet, Tori, Wall Street Journal economics reporter, thirty minutes now after the hour on this weekend. This is NewsRadio twelve hundred w is Tonio, and I heart radio station. You'll NATO police.

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"harriet harriet" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"harriet harriet" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Santa through Amazon. So it'll it'll be there, and you know, some some of the sort of preteens around the age of twelve or thirteen the pumps some of them have their debit cards. And that's really how they keep track of the money in the in the head that they giving cash there a there was a kid in the story every time she gets cash from like, a grandparent or something she immediately. We'll give it to her parents. So that they will transfer money into her online account, and then she knows she can using cod by you know, I think a lot of what the kids are spending money on is like a lot of parents that they could pay video games online. And sometimes they have to kind of buy by things by characters to spend money that way. So that's one reason why a lot of kids wanted to have. Some money and that is so account. So they can do things like buy things online speaking with Wall Street Journal economics reporter, Harry, Tori. In this age. Then we're kids don't see a lot of cash do parents have to have a different conversation when explaining the basics of money, or is it is money one. Oh, one still money one one. Whether it's digital or hard currency. I think money still money when I want, and that's it's interesting. I spoke to a few teaches about this. And they did say that really the medium of exchange is the same. And it will it will always be the same. But what's what's different is like sort of explaining to them about how you know, how instead of just saying, okay? This is a dollar, and I go from the Bank where my paycheck gets paid. And you have to say this is a credit card, and it's like debt, and when we borrowing money from the Bank, and we have to pay that money back. And this is how we do it. And I'll show you on the computer like people either saying comparison saying that that's what they do. They get into a store because kids sometimes know some they say that the kids might not really understand. So they'll be like, oh, well, you just have your cause. So we can kind of buy whatever we want knows this mother. She was like, no, you know, we this is money. That is not like I'll say I'm gonna show you sit down together. And this is like the Bill, and this is be paying and. Yeah. So it's it's it's it's interesting. It's like the conversation. I guess is the same as always been. But the the way that it plays out. And continues to change, and it I think it depends a lot on sort of kids live as well as different like, not everyone lives me. You know, not everyone orders will that grace as online. Some people definitely do still go to stores, and and so on I think it's teams like it's more of a sort of city thing at the moment that, you know, people who are living in the cities will be like just using Amazon prime moral Harriet Harriet, Tori, Wall Street Journal economics reporter, thirty minutes now after the hour on this weekend. Hey, everyone. Let's all stop what we're doing right now. And take a moment. That felt.

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"harriet harriet" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"harriet harriet" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Money in that account. So they can do things like buy things online speaking with Wall Street Journal economics reporter, Harriet, Tori. So in this age, then were kids don't see a lot of cash do parents have to have a different conversation when explaining the basics of money, or is it is money one zero one still money wanna one whether it's digital or hard currency. I think money still money when I want, and it's it's it's interesting. I spoke to a few teaches about this. And they did say that really the medium of exchange is the same. And it will it will always be the same. But what's what's different is like sort of explaining to them about how you know how how instead of just saying? Okay. This is and I go from the Bank where my paycheck it gets paid. And you'd have to say this is a credit card, and it's like a debt, and when we you then we borrowing money from the Bank, and we have to pay that money back. And this is how we do it. And I'll show you on the computer like people either saying comparison saying that that's what they do. They get into a store because kids sometimes some they say that they kids might not really on the town. So they'll be like, oh, well, you didn't have your cause. So we can kind of buy whatever we want nose mother. I was talking to. She was like, no, you know, we this is money that is not like money say I'm gonna show you I will sit down computer together. And this is like the Bill and the pad and. Yeah. So it's it's it's it's interesting the conversation. I guess is the same as it's always been. But the the way that it plays out. Tony and continues to change, and it I think it depends a lot on sort of kids live as well as different like, not everyone lives. You know, not everyone orders that gracie's online. Some people definitely do still go to stores and so on getting it's seems like it's more of a sort of city king at the moment that, you know, people here that being the cities will be like Amazon prime perhaps on. Harriet Harriet, Tori, Wall Street Journal economics reporter, thirty minutes now after the hour on this weekend. Hey, everyone. Let's all stop what we're doing right now. And take a moment. That felt good. Just like that. We had a nice special sort of moment together. Of course, they don't all need to be quiet moments to be special. They could be loud moments goofy moments sporty moments dorky moments moments where we talk or walk just hanging. It doesn't really matter. They all count because every time dad's like us take a moment like that to spend with our kids. It's pretty momentous. Sounds.

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"harriet harriet" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

07:12 min | 2 years ago

"harriet harriet" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

"Okay. Good. So a little girl who etailers I'm just I'm just a girl. Let me be let me be take us back there. I wish name was Harry Carey Harriet Harriet did you wear a bonnet? I pictured her in a break Slough hairy the Irish girl who just -lica- tater all day. Right. But she can't. She ain't got no tater. No food, right? Right. Pank fast for today. Rods life. No, he's grown. He's a young man growing up in the east coast. Yes. And you like food until there's a moment when people your parents in front of you fight about what steak food J raw civically food equals. What to and your mind confrontation? Yes. Food equals a feeling of being unbalanced unsettled. Yes. Right. Yes. So you can control it by just eliminating food. Yes. Because the the steak was cooked the wrong way. So something was risky about the food safe food equals safe life. Look at you know, that's what you're that's what you're doing into by going there that regression took you to the source of it the source of it is if if the food's not right, mommy, and daddy will fight. Okay. And that's why you put a fence around safe food because that is your comfort zone because that's when you filthy this, right? Lucas sounds right? Yeah. It's it's pretty right? Do you feel? That's right. Right. Actually. Yeah. That makes sense because I don't understand why I would just turn away from food. And then when Lucas the audio, but I got really sad. I actually started crying. Get that far. You you probably couldn't here. But like you could ask I'm just really sad. Then listen my dad's angry at the stake. Okay. Feeling really sad right now. The one thing so sad of being so sad. Just a number that you are. You're just when observer of the marriage, and it you don't have any. Emotional attachment to them. I don't know why I got a wave said. Okay. So there's getting emotional one expect that did you not at all that actually took Lucas a little while to actually get me out of it because I was still in my feelings one. How do you feel Nick? I know you didn't expect that where it's like a fun little bit. We're trying to figure it out. But did you feel like you had some sort of breakthrough a little bit? Yeah. I found the stem of the problem. I think so too. I think we did Lucas do you think like with your experience with hypnotize people with issues it's best once you've had a session to jump right in and try something. Right. So if you were fear flying purge him to get on a plane, right? I mean. Yeah. That's the sensually. Yeah. Lucas. Yeah. I guess let's torture them. Yeah. That's sounds good. I win. Because essentially past life regression of healing, your soul to heal the mother fucking shit out of this soul. So here's the deal. I went to Donald and I got nuggets that's the smell twenty piece. I know America's fat because at twenty nuggets five dollars. I'm just saying that out loud. I couldn't believe it. I got to. Two of each sauces. I take them out here. I got to barbecues now, we've tried barbecues before pre breakthrough. I try I got two Honey mustards which we tried before. What was that pre everyone pre breakthrough? Sweet and sour Sarah's. We tried that before. But that was what? To ranches that before. But that was what? Jay rod. Yeah. I'm opening the beside not twenty comes to ten pieces. I'm giving you each sauce here one of each four sauces, and I'm handing this over to you. Do you have any words just like a quick sentence to support him before? He does this that might help. All remember the fan capital. Okay. Say that again, remember the was castle. What is that about? So Lucas had me basically, build a sandcastle with all with everything that's bringing me down or that. I have problems in my life, everything and it got washed away by the sea visa, just releasing everything. Just handed nugget with barbecue sauce. Okay. So remember you're saying castle? Good. I don't eat more. Established, you know, the the potatoes, right? The bland food. What about the sauce? Did he cover is that all in with the potatoes? I that's just a fear flavor. That's what it is separate is a separate issue. I think ties together. Together. So J ride favorite look at the sauces. Yeah. Which one appeals to you. We have a ranch barbecue. Honey mustard and a our barbecue. Now. Remember last time you tried barbecue through it up. Oh my goodness. Yeah. Now looking at that knowing knowing in the past are you bigger than anyone moment? Sure. Because I sometimes just a matter of taste and people don't like barbecue. But with four sauces, you're bound to like one of them, right? Another mathematician anymore. I gave it up. But I think odds are interface over. So Jay Ryan got that barbecue. Yeah. Now, you've done the work, darling. You've done the work. He's met with you had Russian finding pinpointing what? But is okay before I go shouldn't there be some type of when you hypnotize? I pictured him going like. And now your fear is gone naps the fingers, and then all of a sudden, I'm good Lucas. Can you say that? And gone. Jay rod. No. But like, let's obviously, isn't that. How it works as a process I have to come to. And then all of a sudden just happens because I didn't have that moment. I had to be taken out. To get out. There were I mean, there are different layers to it. But I mean, the from what we've done already I mean that is a big stepping stone to get you on track. All right. The excuses. Jay rods dipping. This is barbecue. You can do this. Jay, right. I have faith in you. Remember what you've learned? Hey, remember, why hiccup breath, and you are bigger than that one moment as a young kid be the man to look at that little kid kid version of you in say, I'm the grownup telling you, it's okay, nothing scary is going to happen because of flavor. Right. Right. CJ?

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"harriet harriet" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"harriet harriet" Discussed on WLOB

"Celery you may hear my program i doubt we have celery every you look rather tired mr nelson now one thing before you go mr allen do you rent this room american plan american plan so i'll have you know everything in this house is american during the war i was an air raid warden i buy a a week i have a picture of president truman on piano our flags out every holiday then the room is certainly is american plant fine here's a fifty dollars for my month's rent thank you well here's the key for the back door let yourself in i'll be very careful thank you harriet harriet everything all that is you know for a second i felt like throwing us fifty dollars and mr allen's face the nerve ask me if his room is american plan questioning my patriotism ian eagle scout american means we are giving his meals with the room ozzy you didn't period i did oh free meals a day in the price of meat going up every minute after all how much can eat he's in radio he must have an ulcer you'll see it comes down to breakfast tomorrow he does have that much in hot milk look maybe does need at all like the camels who consume their humps he can probably live a week on one of those bags under his dowling i'm begging this fifty dollars next door to pay on very for that trailer lake the hatcher poo here we come good morning rarely arguments around i didn't want to miss breakfast oh just sit right down here tonight adjust flitting in orange split that arendt's three ways no orange thank you dr what were you have.

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"harriet harriet" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"harriet harriet" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Like my only touches with direct touches with greatness thank you for the call and you of course thank you linney clinton clinton now vehicles lamy and don't have enough time to uh i'll see what i can do with harry of harriet good morning thank you for calling what's up harriet harriet retrial retrain and i really don't have enough time to bring in either bob or dwight until after the news breaks so i will say this i have one open line masking a lock to try and squeeze in four calls and josh during a tease of the news and a break and whether an i'm asking the get all of that accomplished but i will do the best they can because that's my job to do the best i can i am morton bradley isn't here they haven't figured that out by now you're better men them gun could then bradley won't be in tonight at midnight either i will be here and i will be doing the morgan charles saturday at ten and i've got the wrestling from backing back in the day the duke of doing chesapeake garrity now cbs news cbs news update president trump wasn't shying away from questions at an impromptu news conference at the white house last evening correspondent major garrett several reporters myself included were summoned into the chief of staff john kelly as office for a background conversation who comes in president of the united states donald trump and just stands in the doorway and the present takes every single question at one point the president said just make sure you edited well new questions included special counsel robert muller and whether the president will submit to an interview this has been no collusion whatsoever this is not structured whatsoever and i'm looking forward to him he was also asked about the socalled dreamers and said he would be open to creating a pathway to citizenship greece and that's a good standard so that not everybody can you know not everybody that you ever met can come into the country but you'll have.

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"harriet harriet" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:34 min | 4 years ago

"harriet harriet" Discussed on WLOB

"Before you go around do you rent this rule american plan american plan so i'll have you know everything in this house is american during the war was an airraid ward i buy a bond the week i have a picture of president roman piano our flag without every holiday then the room is certainly is american planned five here's the fifty dollars for my months rent iq well here's the key or the back door you let yourself in how be very careful thank you the harriet harriet yes it is for a second i felt like thrown this fifty dollars mr alan state he had the nerve asked me if his room was american plan questioning my patriotism the an out here can we react to getting the room you didn't harried i did all three meals a day and the price of meat blowing up every minute all but after all how much can eat easing radio he must have an answer you'll see widely come down the breakfast tomorrow that mushin' hot maybe does need it all like the camels who consume their homes it can probably live a week on one of those bags under is without john lewis fifty dollars next door to pay on very frail like the hatcher pooku here we come good morning our rarely arguments around yes i didn't want to miss breakfast off by the drive down here and i address splitting in orange a split that aren't three ways harry no orange me a thank you doctors audit or what what you have mr alan well for breakfast guy generally have judged a glass of warm water and i nibble down to the first knuckle on a lady thing as a roof but on my vacation and living american plan i'll have a double order of we dis six poached exit take slab of fried ham to copy rings of three dozen don't mr round is nola food going to be a bit of a shock your stomach your right i'll cushion the blow with a bowl of strawberries an extra heavy creed yes i think that will hold me providing i have a substantial lunch later allen excuse me for asking but his way at home were frankly no i can't afford it and now we scott shall we start breakfast forget my half the orange.

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