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"hoover islands" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast
"Already, , one welcome to the addicted mind podcast a great guest today. . His name is Chris Hamilton also known as Il Tone in the hip hop scene. . Chris, , introduce yourself a what's going on. . Dwayne, , thanks for having me on this show. . My name is Chris Obviously. As . DWAYNE is introduced I go by the name of ill tone and I may get off artists slash music producer from Vancouver island on the West. . coast. . Of Canada a right. . So you I think you reached out to me and you said, Hey, , , I have this music I'm in recovery I have a story to tell so I clicked on your links I listen to your music I. . Loved it. I . thought it was great and I said Man I I WanNa have Chris on the show I wanted to. . Share his story and his passion and I could tell in your songs. . There's just a lot of thought and there's recovery in them. I . guess I should say so tell me a little bit about your story and how this all started. . So I grew up in a relatively small town on bank hoover island here it's called the Komax Valley. . It's actually an amalgamation of three small towns that together comprise one region and <hes> I always found that growing up the age old story of not having enough to do in a small town. . You, , know I played sports I had <hes> I. . You know my whole family was around and stuff like that. . But I was constantly complaining about how they're. . I was nothing to do and I mean there's always something to do when it comes down to vote doors override or something but the town that I'm from is riddled with substance abuse issues. . So at early age, you , know about each eleven twelve I started drinking. . I <hes> found right away. . The powerlessness aspect of my diction was prevalent right off the Bat. . I was always the first starts the last stop and the most terrible feeling the next day. But . the most willing to go back out and do it again, , and that's sad as powerless as it gets. . When you know I, , just I hate doing it but right away, , I'm still perpetuating this addictive cycle. . So I <hes> started smoking pot to in addition to the <hes> alcohol that was consuming I went from being a straight a student who played lots of sports to being a straight C student who played none. . <hes> had behavioral problems all throughout school mainly high school on that culminated with me being expelled for biting and another thing that was happening around that time was <hes> I realized that I was identifying as being bisexual Ryo to make worse for me internally I'm in I'm in a small Redneck town I'm <hes> struggling with chemical dependency and I feel that there's no nobody that I can come out of the closet insured this wet. . So that was a big part of as wall. . I struggled with social anxiety as well, , and I felt that the alcohol specifically and later the harder drugs like cocaine ecstasy things like that were away for me to actually become my actual self I say that in quotations. . Yeah for sure I wasn't afraid to tell people about <hes>. . You know I wasn't afraid to cut loose to tell jokes to you know hang around with my friends and I introduce myself to New People <hes> through parties and things like that whereas I was shy and reserved when when I was sober Angry shine reserved as sober by funding outgoing I wasn't, , and so <hes> this continued as a cycle throat high school got worse and worse <hes> like I said culminated with knee being expelled from school for biting and <hes> through all this I found a love for hip hop music. . I'd heard hip hop music and loved how how expressive that was <hes> lyrically the average hip hop. . Some is a law or lyrics than there are in any. . Other Genre Newsweek, , and I found that these rappers that I was listening to at the time were talking vote a struggle. . It didn't matter what it was. . Their struggles were much much different from mine but they were talking about some aspect of struggle I thought that I could relate to and so while I started writing mainly just for fun that was always a constant source of inspiration for me one of the few things that I still Enjoy doing after having given up the sports and you know school having flunked out a bit and <hes> having been expelled. . There were two things. . One was positive. It . was the music and one was negative. . It was the substance abuse
Am I Good Enough with ILL TONE
"Already, one welcome to the addicted mind podcast a great guest today. His name is Chris Hamilton also known as Il Tone in the hip hop scene. Chris, introduce yourself a what's going on. Dwayne, thanks for having me on this show. My name is Chris Obviously. As DWAYNE is introduced I go by the name of ill tone and I may get off artists slash music producer from Vancouver island on the West. coast. Of Canada a right. So you I think you reached out to me and you said, Hey, I have this music I'm in recovery I have a story to tell so I clicked on your links I listen to your music I. Loved it. I thought it was great and I said Man I I WanNa have Chris on the show I wanted to. Share his story and his passion and I could tell in your songs. There's just a lot of thought and there's recovery in them. I guess I should say so tell me a little bit about your story and how this all started. So I grew up in a relatively small town on bank hoover island here it's called the Komax Valley. It's actually an amalgamation of three small towns that together comprise one region and I always found that growing up the age old story of not having enough to do in a small town. You, know I played sports I had I. You know my whole family was around and stuff like that. But I was constantly complaining about how they're. I was nothing to do and I mean there's always something to do when it comes down to vote doors override or something but the town that I'm from is riddled with substance abuse issues. So at early age, you know about each eleven twelve I started drinking. I found right away. The powerlessness aspect of my diction was prevalent right off the Bat. I was always the first starts the last stop and the most terrible feeling the next day. But the most willing to go back out and do it again, and that's sad as powerless as it gets. When you know I, just I hate doing it but right away, I'm still perpetuating this addictive cycle. So I started smoking pot to in addition to the alcohol that was consuming I went from being a straight a student who played lots of sports to being a straight C student who played none. had behavioral problems all throughout school mainly high school on that culminated with me being expelled for biting and another thing that was happening around that time was I realized that I was identifying as being bisexual Ryo to make worse for me internally I'm in I'm in a small Redneck town I'm struggling with chemical dependency and I feel that there's no nobody that I can come out of the closet insured this wet. So that was a big part of as wall. I struggled with social anxiety as well, and I felt that the alcohol specifically and later the harder drugs like cocaine ecstasy things like that were away for me to actually become my actual self I say that in quotations. Yeah for sure I wasn't afraid to tell people about You know I wasn't afraid to cut loose to tell jokes to you know hang around with my friends and I introduce myself to New People through parties and things like that whereas I was shy and reserved when when I was sober Angry shine reserved as sober by funding outgoing I wasn't, and so this continued as a cycle throat high school got worse and worse like I said culminated with knee being expelled from school for biting and through all this I found a love for hip hop music. I'd heard hip hop music and loved how how expressive that was lyrically the average hip hop. Some is a law or lyrics than there are in any. Other Genre Newsweek, and I found that these rappers that I was listening to at the time were talking vote a struggle. It didn't matter what it was. Their struggles were much much different from mine but they were talking about some aspect of struggle I thought that I could relate to and so while I started writing mainly just for fun that was always a constant source of inspiration for me one of the few things that I still Enjoy doing after having given up the sports and you know school having flunked out a bit and having been expelled. There were two things. One was positive. It was the music and one was negative. It was the substance abuse
"hoover islands" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Shannon Farren, how you doing down? Talked about a ball buster, Gerri and Shannon. We've got something we gotta do it. No, I did not watch my hair for Jesus Thiss. I did put some dry shampoo and I don't know what to expect today. Way have no e t a side note off the air Yesterday, I said, we're going to do this funny thing where we're like, Hey, Jesus coming back, and there's gonna be an earthquake. There is a massive earthquake off the coast of Alaska last night in a medium sized one off the coast of Hoover Island. So why are you doing that? I'm just because if you've got any favorite Jesus songs hit us up at Gary and Shannon on Twitter. If you remember those songs that you had to sing, and you could like you could smell Mom's coffee breath. In church singing. Yes, My mom was in the choir at ST Anthony's Really, uh, waist like a songbird. It's what I've heard. So I'm driving to work today, and one.
Best of British Columbia
"Low travel nerds and welcome to the extra packing peanuts travel. Podcast we are coming at you today from our e Pop H. Q. The show that teaches you how to travel more. Well spend less except for staying at home. So we're here to give you a little bit of inspiration today. Talking about one of our favorite places and the place that has the brewery of which which travis sporting the hat from this brewery. So heather hates this hat. I don't know why I love it. she hates it. But we're going to British Columbia today with you and this hat is from a story in British Columbia right outside of Whistler Coast mountain represent so I figured she said tribe. Your hair looks awful. Go put on a hat. So this is what I hate that. Trav- your hair looks awful. Go put on ABC. Wait a minute make us on her. Might just relaying. What happened five minutes before play guy either way quarantines getting us? It's getting a lot of time spent together and you know we somewhat too much time. We're used to spending a lot of time together but court excuse me. Quarantine is a little bit of a different animal. I do not hate the hat. I hate this. You literally said I hate this head a little too flat for me but anyway regardless British Columbia and we love the breweries in British Columbia. Yes today this is part of our quarantine. Diaries session so you can watch us on. If you're watching it then you get to see that if you're listening on the podcast and you do want to see our faces our situation and see what had a might wear for the next one. You can go do our instagram at extra packing peanuts and check it out there. So these are shorter. Form unedited podcast. That we're putting in addition to a regular Tuesday longer form podcasts. So that you have more wanderlust more travel love in your ears during the quarantines as we all go a little bit stir quarantine that's like during the quarantine it is now. I think a proper now. I think it should be Catholic. Quarantine entreprenuering quarantine and so what we've been doing recently and what we're going to do today is our best of series and this is where we pick a destination today. British Columbia Heather has a few card down there. She mixes them up and then she asked us and we don't prep for this at all. What our best memories of this specific places so today. We're doing a whole province and it's GonNa be hard because we spent a lot of time in British Columbia and we've gone all around British Columbia. Obviously we spend a ton of time in Victoria. Think Hoover Islands part of British Columbia? Spending time in Vancouver. We've been up to whistler. We'd been out to the Okinawa Gin. So it's going to be hard to pick somewhere places but hey that's what happens. That's the tough job of being travel. Podcast SO WE HAVE DESTINATION. Diaries and we have one. I'm pretty sure on Vancouver so we don't have one. I think on the whole of British Columbia. So you'll be getting some new content here with this little mini series. And I guess we should just jump right in. Let's do it okay. The first card is oh how appropriate best during so. I've been thinking a lot about this. And she told me redoing British Columbia literary four minutes ago and there have been a lot of places that we've drank at Including Vancouver we one time. We're in Vancouver for twenty one days and I did twenty one breweries and twenty days and I was pregnant so I did zero breweries. I mean I went to them but yeah so and we've spent a lot of time in Victoria. And some great wineries out in the Okinawan and all but for me. I think it will come back to a beer. Coast Mountain honorable mention and because of the hat. Awesome little brewery up in squamish tackling games. Garmisch just south of whistler fun little place cool like everything wanting to bury small little joint. That heather actually stayed in the car because again. I think you're pregnant at that point and she took a nap. I just went in and had a little flight by myself. You know really neat. People could be the coast from the brewery. No but it's called coast to Coast Mountain. Which is also a weird name. My name like it's just a weird. You're just taking two words and putting them together but it works and I love the hat and I'd like to branding but my number one favorite. So it's not honorable mention. Okay right you told me that we could go longer than fifteen minutes. Because now we have a compressor so we can put it on. Igt No if you read our post from last week. But I had the hardest time trying to get our videos out because if you video over fifteen minutes you have to do it from your granddaughter and it has to be an MP anyway. It was a whole long saga. But I bought the software. Because what does one do? I mean we needed. We needed to get the videos to you. We needed to get the videos. You so then Heather told. I said we are GONNA be fifty minutes is going to be hard for British Columbia said. Oh no no we got we got the compressor we can do want so. My overall favorite drink is strathcona brewing in Vancouver for two reasons. One Strathcona brewing itself has really good beer. Super Cool brewery really hipster in in like a gentrifying neighborhood for sure but they also at the time we were there and I'm not sure if the guy still does this but there is a gypsy. Burr call who runs a Burri called superfly. Meaning he doesn't have his own brewery brews at Strathcona and comes up and bruised. They're apparently lives in a van. No joke down by a river and then comes up to strathcona debris here and there and this was two years ago so things could have could have changed this super flex beer is awesome so they sell super flex at Strathcona brewing and their beers incredible and then bring has their own beer and their beer is really good too so those my if you want the best drink we've had in British Columbia head to Strathcona brewing. Try and try to get your hands on superfly which you can get in grocery stores and convenience stores to
Male Black Widows Poach Rivals' Approaches
"This is scientific. Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yata for male black widow spiders. Finding a mate is risky risky business. They have to go on an epic journey. Catherine Scott in Iraq knowledge EST at the University of Toronto. If the population she studies on Canada's Vancouver Hoover Island she says the spiders only twelve percent chance of surviving their scramble over sand dunes implants and they have very poor eyesight and their traveling at night so one way males find females is by sniffing from afar the fair Ramon perfume on their webs but Scott has now discovered an alternative way males find mates by subjecting the spiders to a race for each male before he started. We weighed him in on a tiny scale and we painted him with racing stripes and measured the length of his his legs. We had a finish line of fairmount omitting females and we released males at various distances from those females to see whether they arrived out of females. Weber not and how fast they got their what suppressor was at the males that started farthest nearly two hundred feet away actually traveled fastest towards females else and the reason they poached the pads of their rivals. WHO's been continuous. Soak drag lines as they move. These spiders are much more adept at walking and running on silk than they are on the ground so we realized that maybe the males that we released far away from the females were encountering. These silk highways left by rival males else and running along them. The details are in the proceedings of the Royal Society. B and follow up experiments in the lab confirmed that male black widows are indeed willing to risk a run in with a rival to win a chance to pass on their genes a chance that makes it worth traveling along the Silk Road. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Indonesia.
"hoover islands" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage
"I'm such a mom where you out today where you out today where you today and Toni Collette would come in so quiet and so stone face, and I was like she's an introvert she wants to be left alone. So for three weeks, I didn't talk to her. I would say good morning, and that's it. And then I talked to if we had because you are in that movie because I'm in that move in Carlisle. Yeah. Once. Yeah. In really, heavy Filipino accent? I'm adorable. Yeah. So Filipino accent in the mood be surrounding joke because everything's. It is. Dot. Ecorse that like you would be called individuals roof all because of the access they make up their apple. So. She has this kind of Visayan of get it. Whole vibe was I'm getting ready to leave me alone. So all the other headings before you before it, take your take and in the makeup trailer. Yeah. I mean, so I was like, okay. Everything about the vibe was hands off. Don't talk to me L the the queen's were in her face. Like, how are you? Can you picture with me? Can you sign this for me? And so the other Queen they were actors from Vancouver. Robert Kaiser, Chris Logan. Yeah. Member it was so long ago. So they weren't. Yeah. Yeah. So what happened was I thought? Okay. I leave Tony alone three weeks into the shoot. She goes. We're at lunch and we're in line, and I always get my lunch, and I go to my room. So I can regroup like meditating be ready for the thing. So she goes I'm going to Hoover island this weekend. And I'm seeing the psychic do you wanna come with me spend the weekend with me and my sister? And I was like I haven't said one word to this lady for three weeks because I've left her alone. Yeah. And giving her the space that gave her the energy in the space shirt. So you're safe-space. Yes. In that interesting that I love Tony Coletta. They thought you're kinda like that at work. You know, what I, you know, I leave you alone. Everything about is kind of like, okay, I'm not going to interfere with what's going on. Yeah. Yeah. Well, you know, I'm shooting this thing down here at one of others now, and before take there is so much there hammering and I'm trying to I'm trying to re you're gonna do like, I've got business. Oh, I pick up the coffee, then I go over to the phone and do is are they going? There's all the stuff some trying to gather. Remember what my business is to do in the and remember what my dialogue is because I've just memorized nine pages. And that's not counting the nineties us that it, you know, it's a muscle that after a while you somehow it becomes stronger, but people I'm able to go. Hey, girl, while it doesn't help you doesn't help. It doesn't help you. And what I'm letting go of is in my fifties is I'm you know, I'm the third or fourth children for kids. Yeah. I was the people pleaser in my family. Yeah. And so everything was about like consensus, are you? Okay. Are you? Okay. Okay. Are you? Okay. Okay. To my own detriment. Yes. So now what I work if I need a moment to be quiet. I need a moment to. Eight. Yeah. Because no one they're not going to stop the project. Production for me to go. They don't have to create that. What are you July seventh tenth July ten? I love Kansas, by the way, love them or cuddly. Yes. No. So why because. I did a movie with Ellen Burstyn last summer, and she is the master of taking her time she's in her eighties. Now, she'll actually you'll action. And if she's not ready, she's not very show, like just take the time and take a breath..
"hoover islands" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"The novel back climate change cats. I like talking about climate change Katherine. I'm kind of a dog. I, but that's all right. Everybody has their own your own critter. Right. Tell us about you. Well, I moved to New Mexico twenty five years ago. Partly because I missed the earthquake at LA that of my career has been really two things journalism. Well, journalism and filmmaking and photography on the one side and energy healing. And that sort of thing on the other side. So I feel I'm combining my work now by writing novels, and blogs and making films that are basically about healing the earth. Okay. So you were journalists for a while right overseas. Yes. I covered the war in Afghanistan way back in the nineteen eighties for National Geographic and for other publications, right? A lot of op Ed pieces for the guardian the LA times, and that sort of thing I did not take the famous picture of the girl with green eyes. But that was my story, really. Well, you miss. You miss doing journalism? I still do journalists. Just in a different way. I'm a volunteer. Citizen eco reporter for voices for biodiversity, which is an award-winning online website based in town. All right. So whether Menderes. Is not your first novel. Now, it's my second third book and second novel may I speak with sisters on the bridge of fire, which was the memoir about the days in Afghanistan and also travelling around Asia, my second was Warren the land of Cain, which is the story set in Afghanistan in the nineteen eighty s and this is my third because I want it to do something about climate change. Because I think it is the defining issue of our time. Why do you have cats in it because cats are familiar? Yes. You can even say that kind of in the witchy sense cats are familiar. So I was at Stonehenge in two thousand thirteen and I had not been to Stonehenge since nineteen seventy-two suddenly found myself there twice in eight days doing ceremony with various healers, and that sort of thing and just speaking ceremonies. Sorry, pagans ceremony. Well, I do know Earth-based Sierra mountains. Yeah. It was the Mayan day out of time that I guess you could call it loosely new age, although I don't much care for the Turkey belong to a coven. Now, I wanna meet somebody the belongs to a Cup. Now. I know someone in California does I'm sure there are lots here. Yeah. Really? So. Myself an eclectic MRs always invite people to be on the show where to send me information and say, you know, if you belong to a church or synagogue or a coven of witches I've yet to hear from a witch. I like to look that up. Yeah. Thanks anyway. Back to your story. Yeah. So anyway based ceremonies ten him. Yeah. Basically prayers for the earth. So where you would be doing toning, and that sort of thing to to create harmony because there is a role for consciousness, if you look at all the different scientific studies bridging science spirituality about the role of conscious creation and the work of Larry dossey. I don't know if he's ever been on your show Becky lives here. He's written a lot about prayer and medicine just in healing. And that kind of thing and I've actually participated in distant healing studies with Cal Pacific medical center and other double blind controlled studies series studies. So part of it is I'm creating hearing Ecotopia novel rather than a dystopia novel. It begins dystopia, and as you bet, but a friend of mine guidance. Fancy up in thank Hoover islands. Who's also a time travel novelist headset will the difference between my he's doing what? And and what I am also doing, and what most people are dealing with Khleifi genre is a lot of its dystopia, and we're instead creating a different vision. So in a lot of ways my book is a book for the hopeful. Khleifi CLYDE climate climate fiction climate change groups group riders doing the it's a brand new Sean was not exactly that new twenty thirteen. Dan bloom who is the editor of the classified report actually coined the term, and he was on NPR back in twenty thirteen talking about it and New York magazine had an article recently, unfortunately, they hadn't heard of my book yet. But they did talk about clarify short stories and clarify novel. Your book is available where whether Menderes we can find it where you can find it at the arc can find it at upset. I would like to get it into collected works and to Garcia street books. And I'm waiting to hear from them. Of course, it's on Amazon, I have mixed feelings about Amazon, but you kind of have no choice. All right. Do you have your own website? Yes. I do. It's weather mentors dot com. People by the book there. No that has a link to the Amazon site is Ernie book. Yes, there is. All right. Yes. Hope for an audio book. I hope for an audio book. I I don't quite know how to about. But. There's lots of people maybe people somebody can get in touch with you. What's the website? They know how to do it. All right. So. And then cat book of the year. Tell us about the cat book. The it's not a book about cats, but is the cat book of the year. Well, Georgie time traveling cat is one of the heroes. Because in a lot of ways he helps the humans from twenty fifty which is the watershed year that I chose to become begun began begin the novel, right and twenty three fifty where the time travelers from the future from an alternate timeline where we made all the right decisions comes back because our timeline is bleeding into their say. And so the cat just happens to be the familiar up. This ninety six year old woman Tara is originally from Towse and she's of mixed ethnicity. She's part Anglo, she's part Hispanic, and she's part tells Pueblo so she has a really rich cultural background and heritage and she had her career in life was as an anthropologist. So until things began to fall apart with the various plagues and the extreme warming and change that was her career was doing aid work in anthropology throughout the world. The cat book of the year Kappa? Yeah. Back to cap book of the year the conscious cat, which I heard about through another friend of mine who had a book review there. I contacted Ingrid king who's a blogger. And she says, oh, I usually don't read sci-fi fantasy. But maybe I'll give it a go. Because it's about a cat. It's got a cat. And he is one of the euro's as I said, and she said, oh, it'll take me a few months. And then she read it in a week and said, oh, my gosh, I'm blown away, and basically she's saying to people even if you don't like cli- science fiction, even if you don't like fantasy give this book a chance because this book is really different. It's very regional. So you open your mind up a little bit. She she opened her mind job. Yeah. Hopefully didn't snap Sharaf that. I don't think. So because I don't think she would've chosen it. His cat book of the year of two thousand eighteen. He did ever Denker is our guest the book is called whether Menderes novel by never Denker from Eldorado, New Mexico. We'll be right back and talk twelve sixty one zero three seven K R C. Santa Fe's news talk leader. We stream we podcast.
"hoover islands" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Us. Tell this is the Dave Ramsey show. Or glad you are here. Marcus in Canada. I'm Mark how are you? I'm doing great. Thank you. Dave. How can I help? Dave where one hundred and twenty thousand dollars a year and in the last eleven months on your program in baby step two we've paid off about sixty thousand dollars in consumer debt. Good. We've got thank you. We've got about five thousand dollars left to go. And then our mortgage on top of that. We just have our thousand dollar baby emergency fund. We haven't started into step three yet. We were just notified a couple of months ago that my wife's mother was diagnosed with lung cancer, she's currently doing chemo and radiation is not a surgical candidate. And so the long term survival rates are fairly low. She's very sick right now. But on the other end of this. She should have a period that later on this spring where she feels quite well and energetic and during that time, we'd like to take her on a vacation, she's been low income all her life. And and we want to bless her with that type of thing for both my wife and for her. I estimate we can do the vacation that we'd like to do to thank Hoover island for around five or six thousand dollars. And we will do it all in cash, but it will mean that we have to push pause on everything. And I'm not sure if it's smart to do that without the emergency fund. It's an extreme situation. And so what you're saying is we're just pushing pause on our whole thing to take care of this deal. You know, that's what you're saying. It's not really pause on a baby step or not skipping a baby staff or something like that. We're just saying we're gonna take the total money makeover thing and push pause and set it to the side because we gotta deal with cancer. And we gotta deal with mom survivability and all that kind of stuff. And so it's an extreme situation. So let me get this. Right. You paid off sixty thousand dollars. In twelve months making one twenty. It's actually was actually ten months total. And I believe right now, we're at like sixty two thousand three hundred dollars that we've paid off. That's right. And you only have five thousand dollars left. That's right. We're we're pretty intense. We're not gonna fall off the wagon. Okay. Here's here's where I'm confused. Okay. This is December it if you did sixty thousand dollars a year that's five thousand dollars a month. At the end of January. You would be free at the end of February you'd have the money for the vacation. Or vice versa? The way that we were able to pay so much off is because we sold everything that wasn't bolted down and we've pretty much run out of things to sell. So we have about fifteen hundred dollars extra every month to pay off debt. Fifteen hundred a month is eighteen thousand out of one twenty that's not a very tight budget. That's a fair statement. So yes, I would stop and I would save the five thousand dollars, but I also would tighten up my budget like it mattered to save the five thousand dollars because it does matter a lot. And then as soon as I had the five thousand I'm gonna push go again knock it out. I'm going to have the game plan in my head. If I'm you that we're going to go so bananas here that we do both of these things by the by March. Okay. A little after. I mean, I don't know when you're talking about the vacation, but you said spring but end of March. I don't care whenever the vacation is. Let's just say we say for the vacation, I so that's done check. Right. That's January early February whatever right rest of December. Whatever you want to measure it out. Okay. Check done. Then we gotta knock out the other five thousand and it's just a matter of were doing this thing to prove to ourselves that we're going to have that done by the time. We're going back to it doesn't mean you don't go on vacation if you don't make it, but I wanna lay the math out that way and be that aggressive. That sounds mart and the two of you go, okay. You know, this is you and your wife sitting there. Okay. We're going to do this. Because this matters that we take this trip. You take triple your mom. This matters. We're going to do that it matters so much that we're going to cut this this this and this, and we're going to be in a position to do both things by the time vacation gets you. I mean, that's the kind of you know, what you're doing retraining your muscle memory on how you're handling money when you cut that deep you're resetting, and then you'll have plenty of time to lighten up and do other stuff later, you know, you're making good money. You're getting ready to be debt free. And you've got a real sad situation right now, especially here during the holidays, and all you know, so yes, I would do every bit of that. I agree with you. My only caveat is was tighten up a little good question. Thanks for calling in. Aaron is in Lexington Kentucky. Hi, Aaron welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. Hey, Dave, thanks for taking my call. Sure. What's up? My my wife, and I are looking to move to a suburb just outside of Lexington for work. It's considerably cheaper than in the city, obviously. But. One of the areas are. Nice obviously, and we're still working on paying off some debt. So we're renting and we've got, you know, a couple of options where we're going, but it they seem to be like if we wanted to live like a safer. Nicer environment. Obviously, there's still probably a little bit above our budget and just wanted to get your take on do we pay a little bit more, and maybe Migo deliver some pizzas or something to be able to to, you know, have a nicer neighborhood because we got a newborn, and my wife doesn't work. She stays at home. So what is your rent now? Right now, we're at eight seventy five what would it be? If you moved into the thing you're talking about. About nine fifty. Why are you moving? Because it's gonna be worse going to be a little bit closer where I'm actually taking a new job here soon. And what ten that's closer? You're in Lexington. Yeah. So it'll be it'll still be roughly, you know, we're probably forty minutes or sorry. Yeah. About forty five minutes closer where we're going to move to kind of keep us in between because we've got all of our family in Lexington. And my job will be about forty five fifty minutes away from the other direction from my removing. Where's your job? It's in Corbin Kentucky. Okay. Which is about about an hour north of Knoxville. Yeah. I don't know. Oh, no. Okay. Beautiful area of the country. Either way do what you wanna do that doesn't sound like a good plan for just a lifestyle thing. I have a seven minute commute. So I'm a little spoiled. Okay. But this idea of commuting Forty-five minutes, so that I can be a little closer to her, mama. That's a little weird. I mean, that's that's probably because you do a little closer to mama once every week or two weeks, you do the work thing. Twice a day driving over there and then driving back, and so I'm probably going to move closer to work even yet, which might change the equation. Yeah. The only issue was you know, the further down you get like into the London Corbin area. It's really hard to find, you know, like nice real estate down there, and it's very few and far between corporal punishment. In the mountains. Yeah. Without a doubt. That was the only reason that Berea Kentucky was as far south as I wanted to go because it's you know, there's you kind of lose some civilization between Berea in Corbin. I think you need to go shopping down there. One more time for you. Make this statement. Okay. I don't disagree with you. But there's there's some pretty is down there. And yeah, I mean, there's there's a couple of holidays you go up. You're going to hear you ain't from around here. Are you? Boy, I understand I try I grew up to understand, right? But, but, but you know, let let's keep let's keep gathering here. Here's the thing. I find when I have options in front of me that I don't like when I'm making a decision that sometimes all the problem is I don't have enough options. And so I want you to do I want you to gather more information gathering more. I mean, delivering pizzas and Berea doesn't sound fun on you know, it's not that big a town. So I mean, I want you to gather options of show, go do some more research down around the work area. Go do some research and some other areas just spend a little time on this. And all of a sudden you'll start to see some housing areas or some subdivisions or some rentals individual rentals pop up in front of you, and you go. Oh, okay. Well, maybe Davis Ryan, maybe there's another way to do this. Because everything you spend on rent is is is burning.
"hoover islands" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"You for joining us. Today Ramsey show or flag. You are here. Marcus in Canada. I'm Mark are you? I'm doing great. Thank you. Dave. How can I help? Dave where I make about one hundred twenty thousand dollars a year. And in the last eleven months on your program in baby step two, we've paid sixty thousand dollars in consumer debt. Good. We've got thank you. We've got about five thousand dollars left to go. And then our mortgage on top of that. We just have our thousand dollar baby emergency fund. We haven't started into step three yet. We were notified a couple of months ago that my wife's mother was diagnosed with lung cancer. Currently doing radiation is not a surgical candidate. And so the long term survival rates are fairly low. She's very sick right now. But on the other end of this. She should have a period that later on this spring where she feels quite well and energetic and during that time, we'd like to take her on a vacation, she's been low income all her life. And and we wanna kinda lost her with that type of thing for both my wife end for her. I estimate we can do the vacation that we'd like to do to thank Hoover island for around five or six thousand dollars. And we will do it all in cash, but it will mean that we have to push pause on everything. And I'm not sure if it's smart to do that without emergency fund. It's an extreme situation. And so what you're saying is we're just pushing pause on our whole thing to take care of this deal. You know? That's what you're saying. It's not really pause on a baby step or not skipping baby step or something like that. We're just saying we're going to take the total money makeover thing and push pause and set it to the side because we've got gotta deal with cancer. And we gotta deal with mom survivability and all that kind of stuff. And so it's.
"hoover islands" Discussed on KOMO
"The forecast. It's Friday night here in western Washington. A beautiful start to our weekend. We've mainly starry skies. We are going to deal with a little bit of patchy fog come down, especially in the south sound each afternoon looks great. It's dry strangely. So here considering it's Mitchell late November and we're running short on rainfall. That's for sure, but we will see quite a bit of sunshine. The issue this weekend will be building Hayes and pollutants because it is so dry. So stagnant. We may have some air quality advisory spread into the sound. And we may have some burn bands to you. We'll keep you posted. In the KOMO weather center. I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell right now. Forty seven degrees. The owners of what is described as the Pacific Northwest's largest recycler of electronic waste have entered guilty pleas in federal court. Komo's Bill O'neil has more sixty one year old Craig fifty five 55-year-old Jeff circle were convict. On wire fraud charges effort meeting, they collected millions of dollars from public agencies and other organizations by falsely telling them, they would recycle used 'electronic products domestically in an environmentally safe matter. Instead the department of Justice says the company's secretly shipped millions of pounds of mercury containing flat screen monitors to Hong Kong. That's where the monitors were dismantled in. What's called a manner that endangers both workers as well. As the environment pulled Lord Chan circle have agreed to pay one point one million dollars in restitution each phase is five years behind bars. Went sentenced in February Bill O'neil, KOMO news at orca calf has been found authentic Hoover island the Canadian Department of fisheries notions. Located the deceased animal Wednesday wasn't apparent what species of killer whale. It was which potted belong to. But DNA testing is expected to clear that up ficials also plan and crops to determine the cause of death. A governor appointed task force charged with saving Puget Sound orcas is delivering a list of thirty six recommendations, including a moratorium on whale watching. Komo's Corwin Hake has details task force at work since March is asking for actions to reduce the in water noise levels, the endangered southern resident orcas must endure while they hunt and to directly increase the supply of salmon, they eat one recommendation would strictly limit commercial whale watching in Washington's inland. Waters less purse is task force co-chair recommendation. Not.
"hoover islands" Discussed on KOMO
"Weekend will be building Hayes and pollutants because it is so dry. So stagnant. We may have some air quality advisory spread into the sound. And we may have some burn bans two. We'll keep you posted. In the KOMO weather center. I'm meteorologist Shannon, Donald sour fifty degrees in Seattle. The owners of what is described as the Pacific northwest largest recycler. Electronic waste have entered guilty pleas in federal court. Komo's Bill O'neil has more sixty one year old Craig large and fifty five year old Jeff circle were convicted on wire fraud charges effort midday, they collected millions of dollars from public agencies and other organizations by falsely telling them they would recycle used electric products domestically in an environmentally safe manner. Instead the department of Justice says the company's secretly shipped millions of pounds of mercury containing flat screen monitors to Hong Kong. That's where the monitors were dismantled in. What's called a manner that endangers both workers as well. As the environment pulled Lord Chancellor Kohl agreed to pay one point one million dollars in restitution each phase is five years behind bars. Went sentenced in February Bill O'neil, KOMO news dead. Orca calf has been found off thank Hoover island the Canadian Department of fisheries notions. Located the deceased animal Wednesday wasn't apparent what species of killer whale at was or which potted belong to. But DNA testing is expected to clear that up. I was also plan a new crop seed to determine the cause of death. Governor appointed. A task force charged with saving Puget Sound orcas. Delivering a list of thirty six recommendations, including a moratorium on whale watching. Komo's Corwin Hake has details. The task force at work since March is asking for actions to reduce the in water noise levels, the endangered southern resident orcas must endure. Well, they hunt and to directly increase the supply of salmon, they eat one recommendation would strictly limit commercial whale watching in Washington's inland. Waters less purse is task force co-chair recommendation, not only.
"hoover islands" Discussed on KOMO
"Komo traffic at eleven fourteen. Here's Seth Wayne's forecast. Dense fog advisory in effect until eleven o'clock this morning. It is going to be quite foggy through the day today later this afternoon, we are looking at a partial clearing, but about sixty s what we're aiming for sixty one on your Tuesday with about sixty degrees on Wednesday. Looks like showers we'll wrap up the week. I'm Seth Wayne in the KOMO weather center pan, currently forty-seven and foggy in downtown Seattle. It's eleven five. Three earthquake struck off candidates Pacific coast overnight, the weakest of which was a magnitude six point five and centered around one hundred thirty miles off and Hoover island seismologist Zachary Reeves at the US Geological Survey says some people reported feeling that is reports of filial generally just service shaky. It's possible no sooner warning issued for the area Pierce county. Deputies responding to a domestic violence call Saturday night shot and killed an armed man after a confrontation at his front door the Mansfield Saito. Komo's Steve McCarron deputies too far copy. He was drinking DNB TSA showed us a tumbler that she says was pierced by a bullet during the confrontation with deputies that ended her fiancee's lights and outcome. She never expected deputies say Bates called nine one one on Saturday night after locking herself in the bathroom. She told dispatchers her fiance. Robert Smith junior had been drinking alcohol had a gun. It was breaking things inside their home base says the two had an argument about food. Distance yourself. So you can both calm down. Everything's okay. And that we have never had a problem with that deputies say when they arrived and confronted Smith at the front door. The gun was in a holster on his hip. Investigators say he ignored orders not to touch the gun and pulled it out toward the deputies. That's one day shot him the shooting happened at a home along one hundred sixty first street south in spanaway one man was killed and three injured in a nightclub shooting. Lakewood early yesterday morning. Komo Suzanne farmer. The latest Myers was inside the new world VIP lounge when sheltering at really happened fast in just a short time here chaos. I tried to keep the music going. Just so it wouldn't be any issue. People don't traverse eight fight with as many as twenty shots were fired inside the club and outside the building. According to police four people were hit one of them died there, meaning three are expected to recover. Goodness. Komo Suzanne Phan, a twenty two year old patient at Phoenix rising and Auburn accuses a security guard there, but tempted rape Ronald Davis Rodriguez is charged with sexual assault after police say he groped and choke the woman while she was asleep. Earlier this month, the Seattle times reports Phoenix rising treats young adults with addiction mental health and homelessness issues. Rodriguez allegedly denied the attack until he was made aware of the surveillance video. The victim said she had previously left the facility to live on the streets because she was afraid of him a rehab facility called the oaks at Lakewood is facing a lawsuit from a woman who lost a foot more from komo's Taylor van Cise in the law suit the woman claimed she was abused and neglected and only lost the foot because of the poor care which resulted in an infection. According to the suit, the state previously investigated long waits and patients needing to scream. In order for staff to help them to the bathroom. The Tacoma news Tribune reports five oaks healthcare, which owns and operates. The facility has not responded to the lawsuit at least six other patients are quoted in the suit saying they were either abused or neglected Taylor van Cise. Komo news. A former pastor accused of stealing thousands of dollars from Oso landslide survivors expected in court today facing three counts of first degree theft. Prosecutors say Gary Ray, stole forty thousand dollars donations meant for the victims of the two thousand fourteen slide investigator say he collected the money as the pastor of the community chapel. How would you spend nearly six billion dollars? Some are concerned Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan's proposed budget doesn't put aside enough money to fix a growing problem in the city's neighborhoods. Komo's Lee still reporting for the post office in Ballard can count one two three r vs. We've got to around the corner as well. Some look like they've been here long past the city's code requiring parked cars to move every few days. Mayor Durkan is earmarking two hundred thousand dollars in the budget to specifically address concerns in programs to move. RV's off local streets just last week and RV lost control in west Seattle and hidden athletic club, causing a natural gas explosion. Luckily, nobody was hurt neighbors. We talked to say the semi-permanent RV's are to blame for an increase waste in the area. Crime and drug use last night. Councilmember Michael Brian held a public hearing to talk about the proposed city budget. He says he supports mayor Durkan spending plan and the idea of maybe a parking lot. Where a lot of these RV's could go permanently some neighbors, even those living in RV's told us they would like to see more done. Even now the next public hearing on the budget. If you want to be heard on this is tomorrow night at city hall council member O'Brien says he does expect that budget to pass before thanksgiving next month lease stole. Komo news time eleven ten tied to check out of the sports desk after twenty seven thirty whenever Colorado Saturday. The huskies remained at number fifteen in the latest AP college football, Paul although they did move up. To thirteenth in the coaches poll the dogs. Came back from a seven nothing first-quarter deficit against the buffs. Then held them to a pair of field goals, though, miles Gaskin missed the game. The huskies didn't miss a beat when it came to running the ball ended motion again.
"hoover islands" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Arrested by police are trying to track down the man who actually shot officer. Tony there is no. So the officers got out of their patrol cars and approached the suspect vehicle and before they could even get to the vehicle the shots right now officer, Tony was thirty election day may be all about timing voters in California. If order say yes to prop seven they're saying, yes. To being permanently on daylight saving time. No war clock. Switching opponents say. It's a moot point because any change would have to be approved by congress unlikely to cooperate props sevens, author democratic assemblyman choose says there may be a way. So there's a Republican Senator Marco Rubio has a bail in the Senate. See Florida's trying to do the same thing. And Rubio's Bill will leave it to the states for more on this question. You can head to KFI AM six forty dot com and download the proposition podcast. Chris ancarlo KFI news. Trump says the US will start reducing aid to three Central American countries because of a migrant caravan the groups headed for the southern US border to apply for asylum. Trump claims some of them are. Criminals, and in his words, unknown middle easterners Trump says he'll cut aid to Guatemala Honduras, and El Salvador because they haven't been able to stop the caravan. He also put some blame on Mexican officials. Hurricane willa has become a category. Five storm. It's heading toward the Pacific coast of Mexico. Forecasters say it could make landfall in the coming days anywhere between Mazatlan import Vallarta. A cluster of strong earthquakes has hit the western Canadian coast, the quakes in the ocean authentic Hoover island last night registered at magnitude of six point five six point six and six point eight Canadian seismologists says any of those quakes could have been devastating if it had hit closer to land. The Indianapolis zoo is investigating why a lioness killed her mate who was on loan from the San Diego zoo Nyack died last week of neck injuries while his meat zero attacked him before the zoo opened for the day. The couple had lived together for eight years and had three cubs together. And actress Selma Blair has shared the news. She has multiple sclerosis. She said she was diagnosed in August in a post on. Instagram. She says she's in the thick of it, but hopes sharing her story can give hope to others Blair. Who's forty six is best known for her roles in the movies, cruel intentions and legally blonde traffic.
"hoover islands" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"And Aubrey compute oh, friends and family hold a vigil tonight outside Atlanta for a Georgia. Police officer killed in the line of duty. While the manhunt for the eighteen year old suspects cop killer, enters its third day Antoin Tony was murdered after responding to a call of a suspicious vehicle near a middle school. When officer Tony and his partner arrived the suspects in the car allegedly opened fire killing Tony after the shooting. Police arrested nineteen year old Isaiah low charging him with aggravated assault. Salt, but eighteen year old to foreign Maynard is still on the run police say he faces charges of aggravated assault and felony murder that Stephanie Ramos reporting three earthquake struck off Canada's Pacific coast overnight. The weakest of equates was a magnitude of six point five in centered around one hundred thirty miles off make Hoover island seismologist Zachary Reeves at the US Geological Survey says some people reported feeling the quake as far as reports of feeling generally just over shaky as soon as it'd be noticeable no soon NAMI warnings have been issued for the area. All right. You Donald Trump could soon be in the same financial league. If you win the lottery this week over two billion dollars is up for grabs between the mega millions and Powerball drawings. There's almost no limit to what you could do with that kind of cash show, my bathtub with cash living. Get a trip a vacation out of that thing. How to Hiti take my shirt off? I think I'd probably scream and run around the house. Tomorrow is the big one the mega millions is offering a world record jackpot of one point six billion dollars. Wow. Wednesday's Powerball drawing is expected to reach at least six hundred and twenty million dollars on six hundred million when you can have one point six billion chump change, right? Five fifty six now on Orlando's morning news. Joe it's such a nice start on a beautiful day on the way, plenty of sunshine today in comfortable, highs, run eighty two which is a couple of degrees below average..
"hoover islands" Discussed on KOMO
"At seven forty four Chicken again with Seth Wayne, from the KOMO forecast team still some. Haze out there some wildfires burning advant Hoover. Island, otherwise we're going with those smoky skies at least to continue through the. Overnight now as we, forecast at the weekend a little changes coming our way it increased onshore flow and that's. Going to bring with it, thicker clouds. And the chance of some scattered showers both Saturday and Sunday I'm Seth Wayne in the KOMO, weather center Right now we have some clouds in some spots son and others like. Olympia where it's sixty four is cloudy and sixty five in Bellingham and Seattle KOMO news time is seven thirty six we've. Learned that a huge fire this. Morning along I five north was caused by sparks from a passing car that. Fired, up some nearby brush and spread, fast damaging a home east to, the freeway stay tuber Gables and says it was around four forty five this morning and they got the first, call about these fires. Along I five is one of the troopers I saw was taken somebody. To jail and saw two different fires When he first, rolled by that one of the. Small so we called it out but this one was much larger so we stopped that second fire scene where I spent the morning saw flames black and the steep hillside for about one hundred and fifty yards long than all the way, up and over the hill where it damaged home, and another building Keith Kepler with. Puget, Sound regional fire right now we're utilizing units from seatac truck well barring Seattle. Fire all working under a unified command structure need all the help, they could get putting out that third alarm to handle the fires and they used to Boeing fire truck to douse the hillside long after it had been knocked down but kept flaring up Carleen Johnson KOMO news For the first, time in Washington state employees of recreational marijuana companies one of them anyway has joined a union komo's Corwin Hake has the story from south Seattle The United food and commercial workers local twenty one union hall the have a heart chain of cannabis stores adopts a collective bargaining agreement, making store..
"hoover islands" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast
"And you can read these off to people in order was number five budapest in hungary number four patagonia number three iceland number two greece and number one morocco so we've and we've been so we hit your number two we daily were angry okay my number my travel wishes at the beginning of 2016 for that year number five was krakow poland four medi in colombia three muscat oman to buenos aires argentina and number one the country of georgia which was cool because in 2016 we went to your number two greece and my number one georgia so we hit those but they're still a room with a lot that we did not hit i know what was slacking shouting fine moving the 2017 since the beginning of last year so we did this travel wishes podcasts again in february of last year i believe in february 2017 at that point your wish list was sank hoover island to fina which we did do which is number seven number six budapest's number five crews of some sort alaska or norway definitely didn't do that for iceland three chile to new zealand and one moroccan so morocco number one again it ultimate number one always number for iceland that was a repeat on your list as well we did though out of we went to vancouver island so we hit your number seven latin we cannot inmates that's what this year my list last year and 2017 number seven muscat oman that was on my list from the year before his wall number six mongolia or kazahkstan have very big part of the world didn't get to go to that number five slovenia.
"hoover islands" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"That was bring it all about how he wanted to bring in wayne weighed carl hell anthony stop the warriors yet and your exact be right what look at the game what was the thing the xfactor difference from this here i the warriors versus last year in the cavs one say that again i'm sorry amendments will all the difference between the year when the casper the words were last year kaverner inquire governor governor at ray or bringing carmelo anthony and away in weight and that's gonna stop kevin durant no it's not exactly right like the offense was not the lagging factor other than the fact out the first who game yes we got completely spanked in those first two games game three yeah offense and laugh i don't know last couple of minutes i guess what before quarters reason why we walk that but still offense not really a thing that we're lacking i mean yeah i feel like overall warriors have more firepower in general we need more geek fast if anything if we're gonna stop it 'cause i will thing that worries went out they walked to us and what they do they went out on qat kevin durant from stopped o'brien not prop laurent but you get what i'm saying by that some of the kind of overtake the cavs mad at regard and we are no answer calendar we are none right he did anything he wanted then higher game i think you're that is probably every hashtag but i think you'll the i was watching and he had how many drunks hoover island count on saddle the crazy my don't remember he got there's like he i think he wanted to drive the basket he got you wonder free shot you got it we cannot stop duran so how in the heck is getting melo and dwayne way gonna help us in that regard to that it's not it's not no no i know the green with you on that i like that i don't know why heck horror off that but in your opinion what did the cavs need to do in order to be able to compete elif.
"hoover islands" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"The deal ten hardcore survivalist they'll still be dropped off into the unforgiving wilderness but that is where the similarities with previous seasons and you see these ten participants in alone are comprised of five competing teams brothers fathers and sons and a married couple who all have unbreakable bonds the competitors will be split apart dropped off his individuals equipped with equipped with their ten items five each and in order to win the game they must mobilise find each other and survive on the island together longer than the other competing pairs and now face extreme isolation psychological distress both individually and together as they plunge into the unknown self documenting their experiences along the way yet that's the deal is no cameras these guys really are low they have stiff shooting themselves this is as like real and rossi gets folks can we work together or will the strength of their bond crumble beneath the envelope mother nature at stake five hundred thousand dollars awarded to the team that can last the longest and this season brings the viewers back to norfolk hoover island where the threat of predators is fiercer than last season and the weather is the hardest they've seen yet it really is an incredible journey into the human spirit you've got check it out alone on history it really i mean this is unlike any other survival is show folks this is as real as it gets you gotta check it out alone.
"hoover islands" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"Speaking of close encounters in this case of the third kind the mother ship in that movie was nearly five hundred meters across and might blend in with the largest apollo asteroids which are a few kilometers across but it's a spaceship with engines and life support systems for its alien crew so it must be warm inside some of that heat will leak into the coldness of space and the ship would glow at infrared links with this not alert us to the fact that it's not just another rock but iraq harboring and alien vessel not necessarily the size of the distant asteroid is often estimated from its thermal emission as it we radiate in the infrared the visible sunlight it absorbs a small warm alien spacecraft might be mistaken for large cool rock if that ship or acre to iraq it might make astronomer slightly overestimate the size of rock the close encounters mother ship might be two teenagers attacked the what about the mother of all mother ships the one from independence day six hundred kilometers long it rivals the largest asteroids in size is it were just suddenly take up orbit in the asteroid belt it wouldn't be long before astronomers noticed in addition it can be detected with a telescope as a point of light moving from late tonight against the backdrop of the distant stars so how does a stealthy alien commander at the helm of the ship longer than than hoover island avoid the prying eyes severe astronomical paparazzi.
"hoover islands" Discussed on KQED Radio
"One brand muffins blake oliver is living in nick arrival right now we talked on sky about four months ago he was on the phone to his friend camille goes by cammi he mentioned or that the screensaver on is i found had been the same picture for a long time that he wanted to change that so i astors to i'm just some a picture of something and it was really fun eight shin of saying needs to shift or as a little kid as a joke and i was like you know it's kind of funny using out as it expecting that's fine and then i glanced back at the picture and i saw my grandma walking through behind her what yeah okay is is that right very crazy the picture was taken about eighteen years ago but you recognize turn right away laughs there's no question as him it is is that question damages coincidence is like this one usually have a dense messed the details bolster the craziness here goes blake is from michigan that's where he met can me on but camille family isn't from michigan and off they're ritual it from the us sonics to the top that's where she grew up yeah that's issue was alive with this photo from years no and that's the funny thing is mike analysts in melbourne florida and i'm thinking see must've inning it's on one past him as like now now that that pictures taken and parks i don't think hoover island in canada yeah rate.