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The FBI Search Warrant Will Prove This Is a Political Witch Hunt

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:42 min | 12 hrs ago

The FBI Search Warrant Will Prove This Is a Political Witch Hunt

"And they've asked the judge to keep the warrant private. I think the reason why is because they know this is a political witch hunt. And whatever's on that document will prove it's a political witch hunt. That the raid had nothing to do with the national archives, got nothing to do with J 6. This has everything to do because we know, by the way, from Benny Thompson, the chair of the J 6 committee that there are no criminal charges coming out of that against president Trump. There are none. So I believe that something else is going on here. And that something else is looking for something to indict this president because if they can indict this president, he will not be able to run for The White House again. And these people are terrified. They're terrified of Donald Trump. You know why they're terrified of Donald Trump? Because he delivered on his campaign promises. He made promises to weed the people he made promises to the maga world he made promises to the America first community and he delivered all those promises. He also stood up to the military industrial complex of this nation, the one that's continuing to send young men and young women into battle, where we don't need to be in battle. He also stood up to the mainstream media and he showed the Republicans how to fight back against these little morons like little Jimmy Acosta over at CNN. The most profane name in news. Crying Negro network, judge Joe Brown, thank you, sir. We always appreciate your kind words and your opinion. That's what I think is going on here.

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The Top Item on the Receipt Following FBI Trump Raid

The Dan Bongino Show

01:35 min | 12 hrs ago

The Top Item on the Receipt Following FBI Trump Raid

"My buddy two 7 9 for those of you who are podcast listeners right He is a source with a long body of experience and law enforcement working with fed's locals and everything My man two 7 9 sends over to me this morning He goes Dan you see something funny about the receipt When I go to house and service search warrant or business you can't just take people's property You gotta leave a receipt That way they know what you took Even if it's contraband whatever you find they get a receipt and they get that back Don't you find it interesting that the FBI released the receipt of what was found at the location Labeled top secret I explained that to be the best of being anything Doesn't mean it is top secret means it was labeled top secret That's not the same thing Could have been top secret a year ago like a presidential motorcade route that isn't top secret anymore And two 7 9 are said to me something fascinating And he's right In a high profile case like this when you leaving the receipt you know it's going to be made public You put your ringer items right at the top You're looking for say Donald Trump stole the hope diamond And while you're in there you find like a traffic kicking He didn't pay and a jaywalking ticket from the 80s and then you find the hope diamond folks I promise you on that receipt the first thing on that receipt so the media sees it They could be split it's the whole diamond not the parking ticket Do you notice it was kind of strange on the receipt that the first thing that was listed was Roger Stone's clemency grant

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Why Weren't the Search & Arrest Warrants Served at the Same Time?

The Dan Bongino Show

00:52 sec | 12 hrs ago

Why Weren't the Search & Arrest Warrants Served at the Same Time?

"Folks the way these search warrants typically work in high profile cases is because you're afraid the subject may flee number one And number two you're doing your homework first in advance to make sure that once the search warrant served in a high profile case a celebrity say whatever They were serving a search warrant at some major Hollywood actor's house That's obviously going to be breaking news all over the front pages You serve the arrest warrant at the same time if you feel like you've got the actor dead to rights Because you don't want them to flee and then the public gets involved you got potential Jurist being corrupted by the endless news cycle you serve the arrest warrant the search warrant at the same time Why didn't that happen here Because they didn't have anything on Trump Don't you see that

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Donald Trump Jr.: The FBI Showed up With the Hostage Rescue Team

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | 13 hrs ago

Donald Trump Jr.: The FBI Showed up With the Hostage Rescue Team

"It's beyond inconceivable. You know, if you were a Hollywood script writer and you pitched a plot for a movie that said that the lawyer who represented Jeffrey Epstein's team and people who worked for Jeffrey Epstein became a federal judge and then of all the thousands of judge judges in the country, he's the one who signed off on this Mar-a-Lago search warrant, which evidently allowed them to seize every single document generated during the four years of the Trump administration, which should have been the biggest red flag imaginable, but honest to goodness done, you wouldn't, that wouldn't pass muster. They'd laughed that writer out of the pitch room. That screenwriter would have been thrown out of Hollywood for publishing something unrealistic, and yet it's there. It's happening on a daily basis. We're seeing it before our very eyes. And it's just, you know, it's clearly a political vendetta. They have weaponized the FBI. I've been thinking about this but it wasn't like a couple of bureaucrat agents showed up to Mar-a-Lago to exercise this war. We heard about how desperate it was. And yet, you know, the Merrick Garland was weighing on it for weeks and months. Like I thought, you know, he had to nuclear codes. Remember that one last time? He still had him. It's incredible. He must have taken the nuclear football from The White House. They showed up with the FBI's hostage rescue team for your listeners who don't know what that is. That's like the field teams of the FBI. Right. You know, now I understand that like three weeks ago, there was a narrative that took about two seconds to disprove, although the January 6th inquisition committee didn't want to hear from the actual Secret Service, but there was the narrative that Donald Trump had choked out two young, heavily armed, very fit secret agents at the age of 75. During the January 6th to go be with his supporters, that took about two seconds to disprove, but they still ran with it for, you know, days and probably weeks.

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Do Senate Democrats Have Any Reason to Believe They Can Win?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:07 min | 13 hrs ago

Do Senate Democrats Have Any Reason to Believe They Can Win?

"Senator Scott, our people on the Hugh Hewitt radio program are very in the weeds about the mechanics of winning. As the head of the NRSC, you are in charge of making sure we take back the Senate. Are people are people who are concerned because the regime narrative is that we're in trouble in Georgia with Herschel Walker that we're in trouble in Pennsylvania with Doctor Oz. What's the NRSC doing to ensure that we win those crucial Senate seats? Well, Kurt here's where we are. We have great candidates. We've got wonderful individuals that have gotten through their primaries. They're clearly focused on running good races and representing their state. If you look at all over the country, it's actually all these states where we have competitive races. Biden is numbers are horrible. The democratic agenda is not well received. People shocking people don't like high inflation. They don't like to defund the police. They don't like critical race theory. They don't like the fact that there was a raid on a former president House of potential opponent in 24 to the existing administration. So, but we've got to do this as long as we raise our money and we get our message out. I think we have every reason to believe that we can get a majority.

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First lady Jill Biden tests positive for COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 17 hrs ago

First lady Jill Biden tests positive for COVID-19

"After President Biden's recent COVID-19 bouts The White House says First Lady Jill Biden has now tested positive The bidens have been vacationing at a private home in South Carolina where her spokeswoman says the First Lady started experiencing mild symptoms last night She'll isolate at the home for 5 days The White House says the president tested negative this morning but will follow CDC guidance by wearing a mask indoors for ten days He's returning to The White House today to sign the Democrats climate change and healthcare bill before

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Jill Biden tests positive for COVID-19, 'mild' symptoms

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 17 hrs ago

Jill Biden tests positive for COVID-19, 'mild' symptoms

"The White House says Jill Biden has tested positive for a COVID-19 Her spokeswoman says the First Lady started feeling cold like symptoms last night and tested positive while on vacation in South Carolina She is said to have mild COVID-19 symptoms and will start taking an antiviral while isolating for at least 5 days at the private home where she and the president had been staying The White House says he tested negative for the virus this morning but will wear a mask indoors for ten days per CDC guidance The president recovered from a rebound COVID-19 case earlier this month Sagar Meghani Washington

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Rep. Liz Cheney takes on Trump-backed challenger for Wyoming house seat

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 18 hrs ago

Rep. Liz Cheney takes on Trump-backed challenger for Wyoming house seat

"Liz Cheney is bracing for a loss as Republicans weigh in on the GOP's direction before November's elections Cheney is fighting to save the house seat she and her dad have held in Wyoming after Republicans around the state and nation essentially excommunicated her for calling out Donald Trump and his election lie This is Donald Trump's legacy But it can not be the future of our nation Her futures now on the line in a state where Trump won big in 2020 She just

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AJ Is Sick of All the Constant Apologizing

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

00:46 sec | 21 hrs ago

AJ Is Sick of All the Constant Apologizing

"I gotta say, I'm so, I'm so sick and fucking tired. Of all the goddamn apologies going on today. Everybody sorry, everybody needs to let everybody else know just how wrong they were. How wrong they are, whatever they did, whatever they do. Whenever they do it, let me tell you all you younger people. There was a time when you could actually say or do something and not give a good goddamn house society felt. You imagine that? And by the way, society today, Jesus Christ. Is that a group of people who really respect,

What to watch: Cheney in trouble while Palin eyes comeback

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 23 hrs ago

What to watch: Cheney in trouble while Palin eyes comeback

"A former Republican star's career could effectively end today At least for now Liz Cheney was the house GOP's number three leader but is now fighting to keep the seat she's held for three terms as the January 6 panel's vice chair Cheney has led efforts to keep Donald Trump from serving again The dam has begun to break Her career may go with it Cheney's trying to fend off a primary challenge from Trump backed Harriet hagman in a state where Trump remains hugely popular Cheney has doubled down Last week bashing Trump for what she called an insidious lie that the 2020 election was stolen This is Donald Trump's legacy but it can not be the future of our nation If she loses her house seat Cheney has not ruled out a White House be it in two years Sagar Meghani Washington

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Jamie Raskin Is Happy With the Taxes, Regulations Coming Your Way

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 1 d ago

Jamie Raskin Is Happy With the Taxes, Regulations Coming Your Way

"The axe goes into effect I hope that all of the provisions will begin to work I am I know that those who've been blaming President Biden for the inflation going up are now giving President Biden all the credit for inflation going down So we're moving things in the right direction already And what parts of the bill do you think will quickly work on that specifically The next question Ladies and gentlemen Mark Levin here That was Jamie Raskin the smartest Democrat on the communist side of the ledger He and AOC and so forth Everybody knows it will have no effect on inflation except to increase it This bill is the build back better bill It didn't cost as much but there's a lot of out your expenses And it put in place all these programs all these taxes all these regulations For the next multiple years 51 50 vote in the Senate every Democrat Two 20 to two 17 in the house Every Democrat No moderates No moderates Do you hear me New Jersey Do you hear me Virginia Do you hear me Michigan And the rest of the country some of you have Democrats who claim to be moderates no moderates You don't vote for it but like this and then claim to be a moderate With all your lies your stinking lies about what it'll do mansion absolute fraud always was and I hadn't pointed out years ago

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Brian Stelter Is Excited About the Funding for IRS Expansion

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 1 d ago

Brian Stelter Is Excited About the Funding for IRS Expansion

"Here we have Brian stelter On CNN you would think he would go the way of Jeffrey toobin Not yet Cut 17 go Oliver you know we've got short shrift this week The house passing that historic climate bill the inflation reduction act One of the components of the bill is a lot more funding for the IRS to hire He's in talks like a it's a historic Bill ladies and gentlemen Historic Until CNN cleans out the radical Democrats the low IQ dummies It will always be viewed as the constipated news network to us Go ahead The more IRS agents in order to try to make sure people are paying how much they're supposed to pay what was that called on the right It was called a terrifying overreach by the government The reason I'm bringing it up These guys are perfectly fine with tyranny totalitarianism Abuse of power violations of the constitution and all the rest as long as their team quote unquote is in power Not me I see no use for doubling the IRS And undermining the border patrol He doesn't talk this way when it comes to police officers How come the IRS agents aren't a white dominant systemically discriminatory bunch mister producer How come IRS agents Aren't part of the white dominant society Um But the cops are But the border patrol is even though half of them are Hispanic Go ahead Let's just call it what it is Maga media is hatred of government Shut up you moron

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FOX: National Archives Official Chose to Probe Trump, Ignored Clinton

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 1 d ago

FOX: National Archives Official Chose to Probe Trump, Ignored Clinton

"We have this from Fox Notice how I give credit to everyone and everything National archives official notified Department of Justice and Trump probe declined to do the same over Clinton emails What do we have here The official who triggered the federal probe into former president Trump's handling of classified documents Opted against doing the same concerning Hillary Clinton's email scandal David Ferrero who served as the director of the national archives and records administration Nara from November 2009 until a retired just this past April set in a February letter to House oversight committee leadership that is staff had started communicating with the Department of Justice earlier this year Not even the national archives Not even the national archives In January Trump returned 15 boxes of documents from his time in office to Nara after the agency notified him The material belonged to the federal government Because Nara identified classified information in the boxes Nara staff has been in communication with the Department of Justice he wrote in a February letter Okay Well there is an admission against interest February march April may June July August So even based on his admission they knew of classified information mister for 6 months

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Gov. Ron DeSantis: FBI Enforces the Law Only on People They Don't Like

Mark Levin

01:28 min | 1 d ago

Gov. Ron DeSantis: FBI Enforces the Law Only on People They Don't Like

"At turning point USA yesterday cut 11 go These agencies have now been weaponized to be used against people that the government doesn't like And you look at the raid at Mar-a-Lago and I'm just trying to I'm trying to remember maybe someone here can remind me about when they did a search warrant at Hillary's house in chappaqua when she had a rogue server and she was laundering classified information I don't remember them doing that I do remember them manufacturing a false conspiracy theory about Russia collusion I remember that that was not true That was an abuse of power I remember a lawyer for the FBI got caught doctoring an application for fisa surveillance against an innocent man I remember the FBI at Merrick Garland's direction being sick on parents going to school board meetings Meanwhile when you have a law that protects Supreme Court Justices is the FBI out there protecting our conservative justices No When you have violations of law where people are targeting pregnancy crisis centers are they doing their job and enforcing the law there No They're enforcing the law based on who they like and who they don't like That is not a republic what may be it's a banana republic when that happens

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Trump Lawyer Christina Bobb Describes the FBI's Conduct at Mar-a-Lago

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:14 min | 1 d ago

Trump Lawyer Christina Bobb Describes the FBI's Conduct at Mar-a-Lago

"Was there anybody else who works for the president? Is a member of his family who is allowed to go in the building while they raided Melania's closet? Not to my knowledge. No, I don't think they let anybody as far as the family goes. I do think Secret Service, escorted them around the property, but and I have tremendous respect for Secret Service, not in any way trying to question them, but that's different than having a member of the family or legal counsel present. But Secret Service were there, I believe. There are reports Christina that they requested the FBI wanted to have the security cameras at Mar-a-Lago's switched off while they searched the rooms. Yeah, they did. They tried to get the cameras turned off. And initially, I think, I don't know exactly, but my understanding of the story was that initially the maintenance crew at Mar-a-Lago complied initially. And then, you know, they got the attorneys involved, and they said, nope, you don't have to turn them off. I believe by the time I arrived, they had been turned back on. So if they were off, they were only. Did they give a reason as to why if this was a legal warrant? Why they wanted to not be seen as to what they would do? Yeah. That's a really good question. No, they didn't give a reason. And I, of course, pulled out my cell phone and started filming everything for legal legal preservation, trying to document everything that was happening. They tried to get me to stop filming. I politely, as I was capable in the moment, declined to turn my camera off. So I did what I could and documented everything that I could, but they were very much trying to get me to not film, you know, not do anything to record who was there. I asked for badge numbers of the officers. They wouldn't give me badge numbers. The FBI agent in charge there did tell me his name, so I put that down, you know, sent that to the attorneys in Washington, D.C., but as far as who actually was in the house, they only gave that to Secret Service, obviously anybody who enters the president's president. But the Secret Service doesn't own the property. They're not the targets of the war and the Secret Service is utterly irrelevant in terms of constitutional law, most homes in America don't have Secret Service protection. So telling them is kind of irrelevant.

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Sebastian Talks Mar-a-Lago Raid With Trump Lawyer Christina Bobb

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:43 min | 1 d ago

Sebastian Talks Mar-a-Lago Raid With Trump Lawyer Christina Bobb

"Most important guests we could have on the show. I think we need to reach out to president Trump as well, get him back on the show. But we have an eyewitness to what happened at Mar-a-Lago last week. She is an attorney to my former boss president Trump, Christina bob, welcome to America first. Thank you so much. I'm so excited to be here. All right, so let's do a sanity check. You're gonna be our verification. This is a former FBI agent called Stuart Kaplan, who gives us his understanding of what happened at Mar-a-Lago, cut 8 play cut. We know through her own statements, she was restricted and kept out if Christina bob was allowed to come in, she would have said, hey, guys, what are you looking for? Let me make your life a lot easier. Here are the documents. Here are the boxes. Be on your way and leave. I can only conclude one thing, Dan. The fact that they would prevent a council or a lawyer or the target of a search warrant to be prevented from watching just as a bird's eye view and keep in mind, I understand officer safety. We don't want to let anybody impede or obstruct a search. But it would always be one reason. And that Stan because they came in there, not really knowing what the hell they were looking for. It was a fishing expedition. They went through everything. They rifled through everything and they were hoping they were going to find some smoking gun. No, I don't know if you're like a triple quadruple black belt in ninjutsu, maybe you're a super dangerous person to 300 pound FBI agents in ceramic plated bulletproof vests. But what actually happened? Is that true were you kept out of the building? How did the raid go down? Give us a blow by blow, please, Christina, as eyewitness. Yeah, he was exactly right. I arrived on scene after I got a phone call that the FBI was braiding Mar-a-Lago, and I needed to respond so I got down there about ten 30. They had been there for a while, so I'm guessing they got their maybe 9 o'clock, probably no earlier than 8 o'clock in the morning. And I reached out to the FBI agents in charge there and I said, you know, I want to see a warrant. They pushed back. They originally didn't even want to let me see the warrant. We fought. I got to stop you here. I'm no lawyer. I'm no longer, but even if you're going into a crack house, my understanding and correct, I know I'm an immigrant. I only became an American citizen in 2012. My understanding is you must show the front page of a warrant to the person whose property you are rating. Am I wrong on that? Right. That's my understanding as well. And of course, I made that argument loud and clear to which they did then show me the warrant. They allowed me to see it. They did not give me a copy until the very end of about 9 or so hours later. I

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Warrant of the FBI Raid Violated the 4th Amendment

Mark Levin

01:31 min | 1 d ago

Warrant of the FBI Raid Violated the 4th Amendment

"What is the Fourth Amendment say Part of your Bill of rights The right of the people to be secure in their persons houses papers and effects Against unreasonable searches and Caesars seizures shall not be violated And no warrants shall issue But upon probable cause supported by oath or affirmation that's that affidavit Here we go And particularly describing the place to be searched and the persons or things to be seized Particularly describing the place to be searched and the persons or things to be seized Any government and or presidential records created between January 2020 17 and January 2020 21 Now obviously you can't know in advance Can you If such documents exist but if they exist everywhere in somebody's house everywhere What this search warrant did in my view violated the Fourth Amendment If they gave unconstitutional power a grant of power to the FBI and prosecutors who have a hate on for Trump To go into his home and search everything

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Is This the Beginning of the End for the Left? McCullough Explains

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:00 min | 1 d ago

Is This the Beginning of the End for the Left? McCullough Explains

"What do you think, I mean, what happened with Mar-a-Lago recently, it shows to me a level of desperation on the left. In other words, they can not abide the concept, the possibility of Trump getting back into The White House. I believe that that will happen. He will get back in. But they will do anything, including, I think, if they were able to put a bullet in his head. And others, I don't think that they care about anything about the appearance of evil. I don't think they care. And others, I think the level of desperation has ratcheted up so dramatically that they know not what they do. They're not even being wise in prosecuting the evil plans that they have. They have simply gone all out. And I think when you do that, it backfires. I think that what happened in Mar-a-Lago is in some ways the beginning of the end for them. Several thoughts on that. And I would say yes to everything that you said. But it didn't obviously didn't start with Mar-a-Lago. I think the whole contrived prime time appearance of the January 6th select committee and all the rest of this garbage that has been going on has been strategically calculated to try to just Nick him and cut him to death and just a thousand nicks. They think they're going to get him to bleed out. The problem is he's got really tough skin. And the other problem is that the American people are way more tuned in than they've been in a long, long time. So tomorrow, Tuesday of this week is the primary in Wyoming. And I fully expect Liz Cheney to lose by more than 15 to 20 points in her primary. She's done everything she could to say, come vote for me if you're a Democrat or an independent or whoever else, but it's not she has totally miscalculated where her own support in her own voters are at. And I think that that's kind of replicative of most of, well, not only all the red states, the known red states, but I think in the 7 states that you had the suspicious activity in.

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"house  " Discussed on House of Cards

House of Cards

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"house " Discussed on House of Cards

"Apply gambling problem. Call one eight hundred gambler. You're listening to house of cards. Check out our website at house of cards radio dot com. Welcome back to house of cards daiwa shuttle with you. House of cards is brought to you by drizzly. Your online liquor store valve over ninety five cities across north america drizzly offers a huge selection and competitive pricing with a side of personalized content. Now there's no need to leave the house. Get alcohol delivered in less than an hour by drizzly head on over to drizzly dot com and order today and now get five dollars off your first order of twenty dollars more when using promo code drink nineteen at checkout shop beer wine and liquor with drizzly dot for those of you just joining us. We're talking with daniel barbara racy author of dealing with kings which is an incredible look inside the world of daily fantasy sports. Now when you entered the world of daily fantasy there were two really big players in the field that was draft kings and fans. And you seem to have much. More contact with nigel. Eccles from what was his business philosophy regarding daily fantasy. I think he just thought is as an incredible growth opportunity. I mean i always it entrepreneur and he saw a chance to grow a business know a lot of guy he's not somebody you know He did come from the english kind of betting industry. But i don't really see him as that kind of you know as gambling industry guy per se in that i. I think whatever he doesn't x. may not be in that space But you know he is very interesting guy. I think i referred to him in. The book is kind of henry ford of the industry whereas he didn't come up with the original idea but he made it something that was able to be consumed by the masses and so very interesting guy very smart guy one really really industry into you know what it was in the step before it was today and then you're ready for two thousand twelve because what really turbocharged. Didn't that boston based company That guy by jason robin actually. It was and paul lieberman and those guys really took on bandou and we're willing to push the envelope a lot of ways. That was not in kind of pushing the boundary of what they allowed and being much more aggressive and really going after the poker crowd and and really trying to grow the industry as the fan with someone hesitant to do and you know at the time. Federal and people who were kind of the industry became very factionalized those who supported draftkings and they're pushed grow grow grow at all costs and those who are kind of more on the federal train of we should take it slower. Growth is going to get us in trouble. And i think both were right in. That dressings was right in that they were able to push and people were aggressive than i think. Fan dole realized they could be in terms of offering other types of games like golf and stuff like that and if they probably should have gone after poker crowd and fender was right in that they recognize that the growth the drafting was pushing for was going to get them all in trouble and they were trying to grow too fast. All right and that's what the industry up was when you know. Drafting wanted to advertise fanned into oblivion then do had to fight back and that greeted the advertising war that led to the level of scrutiny. That kick everybody off the ad really you know. The ads aggravated everyone. And that made it such that when there was a desire. Look into this industry into say. Hey there's some things that are on here. There is a national appetite. Do you know snack these guys on the bottom. Because they were so annoying. By that point there were everywhere. And you know there was a real exciting for other for looking at these guys and saying let's see them. Get their comeuppance. Because they did grow so fast and the advertising michigan pervasive that you know people were happy to see them Get knocked down a peg. I had to do four or five a week. I was like boy. How many want for me. And and you were benefiting you know. Hey wow they're really overdoing it with. I wasn't around me but The book the players you described were incredibly interesting as well. I mean those guys party like rockstar. They had the best clubs best restaurants the party at the playboy mansion. I think one of the most interesting was your mentor. I guess you call themself be bomb jeep now is he the one that really gave you the most insight on how to really play daily fantasy. Yeah i'm b. Jay rayner a guy. Really wonderful guy Listener toronto He's a really interesting kinda very well-known guy within that you know world within the space and he's wanted to kind of original big time pros in this which really only takes you back five or six years but that does make pretty old school in this and so he kind of volunteer volunteer. But i asked him to mentor me. And that's what really brought me into that world in a major way and so he took me really under the hood and Was able to get to know a lot of the top top players from kind of being with him and living with him for a very brief time and You know really seeing how it all works behind the scenes And so yeah. He took me in and really. I learned a tremendous amount from him. And you know he. He kind of mentored me in in fantasy hawks. Which i thought was going to be a tremendously stupid thing. To do was a baseball writer. I thought i was going to be a big baseball expert. And then of course. I was proven wrong. But he's i understand. The game itself is not just about understanding baseball. It's understanding systems in game theory and how to game the game itself and you know. She taught me a lot of that but he said you know along. The reason for doing well in baseball is that we need to wipe the slate clean of your kind of preconceived notions. And i want to start from scratch with something. You don't really know anything about which is fantasy cocky and so i said that sounds absolutely crazy. I asked the ninety four rangers. But he said no. That's a great idea and amazingly he was proven correct. Yeah i did you. i don't yeah. I don't i don't even away but yeah i became pretty good at it And then i think you know it was pretty crazy story. I think it also speaks. The idea of you know what that role is like. Which is that you know. It is much more a math game with a sports facade. Then really a sports game per se. I think doesn't really shocked me. it was. It didn't seem like they were real big sports fans but this was almost like an academic exercise because they really never watched the games. They had money on which was shocking to me. I mean some guys do in some guys don't but suit me a lot of the big time pros that it's very detrimental to watch the hell sweat the game school time. I certainly experience that as well. You know. I mean when you're watching those games you know you can drive yourself crazy You know the swings the emotional things go up and down you know. Punctures the thousands of dollars anyone moments You know with the crack of a bat or you know what is shot one way or the other or i i mean i it will drive you crazy if you do it for two on and a lot of the talk is recognize that and they tried to really actively stay away from leading the games but it's very hard to do so And so you know it's it's a was from you know. I deal with some of the problem gambling issue that you know have risen from this and you know that play this role and the company said are better about that stuff now but it's always going to be a part of it. No question about it. I was really amazed at some of the other techniques. These guys use plate do use of algorithms with shocking to me. How would these top players use these computer programs to make their.

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"house  " Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"house " Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

"You were episode twelve. And now we're into the one seventies. I think oh no Always love to have returned guests. It means you're still doing what you're doing in in helping people and and kind of live in the tiny dream. Yeah thanks i. it's so crazy. How many episodes you've done which. I love that so much because some of our favor tiny people end up on your show thank you well i i i think many of them were your suggestions at one point the or the other so always keep them come in and now i want to kind of catch up because we we have a lot to talk about. We have your new book. Leave your shuttle bus which you just dropped on me while we were all. We were talking before we started recording. But i just want to kind of start because you know episode twelve. that would put us into. I think that was probably the late spring early summer of eighteen. So maybe could you catch catch us all up on what you've been up to since then in in your tiny house life not lodge like so much. Whilst eighteen is a really big year we are traveling. Like crazy with the tiny house back. Then and i guess now fall of twenty nineteen. We decided to try out on basing with our tiny house and central organ which we fell in love with kept finding yourselves coming back or looking for opportunities to come back and said well. Maybe we should try this out and It's been fantastic and we've had a really great run in a backyard family backyard. Which has been lovely and so our idea was okay. You know we love traveling. We love experiencing the movement up close and personal. But what awaited you that. that's maybe less gas mileage. Yeah also gives us a. You know a little bit more feeling at roots after being nomads for four and a half years we're really desiring to have a little bit more connection with a single place and so now we travel about three months out of the year i with their honda element which returned to a- camper Yeah yes so. That was yes. It turns our camper. We drove it for three months and it was a little tight because it was us to in our puppy dog and it was. It was pretty tight without the camera gear like tetris randomly. One day when we were walking for our neighbor a notice the shuttle bus was up the street at our neighbor's house and asked him about it and then totally forgot about it. Now and six months later. I decided to ask them. If they'd be into selling it in enough they would they were and we bought it and now we're proud owners of like twenty foot. Four foot tunnel bus. Two thousand thousand three Functional basically no seats in the whole thing. So it's pretty much a rip ripped out but we're able to make it make it work for us while we're traveling. Yeah we have. Plans fully converted make comfy cozy home away from home. Sasha mobile studio this slowly habits. Like i said we. This is like the shuttle bus like you take the airport. Yeah it's actually a central oregon one of their city buses from here so it actually didn't come from far away. Yeah so. I sat shuttling. Plays it people across town. Alright that's I'm smiling because there aren't very many people for whom going to a shuttle bus would be a gas mileage upgrade double double what i used to be a tassie but it's federal because the tabby house plus when i when i interviewed you christian about about moving your tiny house i think. Further revised tiny house. any ounce. decisions you were you basically were like. Yeah towing the tiny house. I'm basically like checking the mirrors all the time. basically white. knuckling. At like wherever you're going and so now maybe you can be a little bit more relaxed drive. Oh yeah totally. Yeah i I definitely drive like grandpa on this thing. It's like driving cat big cadillacs which is slow and yeah. It's it's a lot easier. Yeah yeah. I'm so so home basing. I like that. Was that an original term or if you heard that in the tiny house movement before good question i'll get owed it comes up with stuff. Yeah i like it home basing copyrighted twenty twenty one so you kind of mentioned that you were looking for more of a home base and feeling connection to to one place water some. Is there anything that that you were kind of surprised by or that you weren't expecting about being in one place that that year either pleasantly surprised about or or like I kind of miss being on the road all the time. It it question we do get the travel Sometimes but i just love discovering new places in our town. I've really enjoyed exploring and in ways that maybe when we when we travel the tiny house you know we'd get a taste of a place where we didn't really get the indepth stuff and i just find. There's there's so much to to learn about this place in people to meet and having friends that you don't have to say goodbye to all the time it's kind of nice to know we're so fortunate in the know mac community to have so many great friends but you don't seem that often right right. It's been a pleasant thing is to call up a new friend and say hey you wanna me next friday. And they're like yeah. I'm in this town actually still with you. So that's how i live here. What about you chris. Yeah i i like being able to find out more about the town you know just being being able to explore some of the restaurants bars and things like that more. i mean. it's been hard this past year but That's slowly happening now. So yes so it and you know to be able to get on bike and vice or one of our bicycles in ride around in explore that way to is is really great but probably the best bit i mean friends are probably the best but besides friends we live really close to a ski resort so we snowboard all winter long. Oh nice it's pretty dope. That sounds great. That sounds great and I've heard there are some good mountains there. In central oregon. Yeah come on down a well. I mean there's pretty good skiing here in vermont so it's hard to leave.

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"house  " Discussed on House of Cards

House of Cards

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"house " Discussed on House of Cards

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There is one of the most incredible properties they will ever visit. Resorts world las vegas recently open. And it's thrilling people because of its casino hotels and its technology to tell us all about this brand new four point three billion dollar property on the strip on the line we have. It's president scott sabella scott. Thanks for coming on Thanks dave thanks for having me first off. Congratulations it's amazing property. Everyone's raving about it and the one great thing about resorts world. Las vegas is that it's the first resort casino on the strip in a decade which is amazing to me. why was this the perfect time for resorts world. Las vegas to open. Well i i would say because exactly what you said. It's it's been a long time. Just a property. This caliber has opened up a las vegas trip Over debt gate and it was time to bring something fresh new to the city We purchased land back in. I believe eleven But we want to wait for the right time. You have the right design and we kinda got lucky. You know we're gonna open this summer. We knew we're going to open and things got better for us and we were able to open ended june. It was a great opening and spend busy ever since we opened and things are going quite well now. The gambling industry has grown over the years. And i know more and more young people are wanting to get involved in the gaming industry. I know a lot of colleges and universities are having classes on it which is a great idea now. Getting is one of the premier gaming companies in the world and they are the owners of resorts world. Las vegas how did you become involved with getting and become the president of resorts world. Las vegas yeah. That's a great question. You right so part of our strategy here in las vegas and are wanna do is yeah we introduce resorts to the city las vegas but we want to introduce into our community. And you're right. It's a big company. They've been around for a long time. We have big properties like this all over the world Where other Businesses also cruise ships malls Power plants and things like that. So it's it's not their first casino or our first casino and that's part of the education process and when i met our chairman Kt limb it was just a great opportunity. I've been doing this for a long long time. I was at mgm for quite a while. You know some of the big properties there and to be able to join a property. That's just coming out of the ground into a be able to help design it and the part of the programming and be part of the success was just something i always dreamed about so it was just a perfect timing for me. It was hard to leave him jam but again it was a great opportunity to join getting be part of this great property and now the four point three billion dollar resorts world. Las vegas is open. And not only is one of the biggest properties in las vegas but it has to be one of the most technologically advanced resorts in the world. I wanna get into that in a little bit but first off. I wanted to ask about the gaming floor when people walk onto the gaming floor. What can games do they expect to find there. What what can gamblers. Expect that. Resorts world las vegas offers. And you're right when you said you know everything's about technology and it's not that we're any smarter but it's it's been ten years or something's open. What is taking advantage of. What's out there today. When it comes to technology every decision we make throughout the property to do technology. How can we make it easier for the gas. How we make it easier for the employees and things like even from the way we recruit employees to work here and then way we did our interview process and all that type of work was all done through great technology. Not how not how you would do it in the passover property But when it comes to the casino it's it's it's it's a cash as you can get when it comes to a casino property and these things are out there today but not to the level that we done eh here resorts world and we really made that. Everybody knows about tito tickets in the slot machines. But we've taken that where you can go to a table games also so you can download your. You can download your your money on your Prepaid debit card. And then it you had your wallet on your phone. You just walk up to a table game and you can ask for chips and you can play and then when you win or lose you leave and you go to slot machine. You can take your phone to a restaurant and everything's on your phone throughout the property at the same time we have. Rfid chips that. Nobody has in las vegas only. Because you know we're opening that way be expensive for any casino to get their tips and create them with rfid chip so Things like that and the casino and then throughout the property The way you order food here we call it on the fly. We partnered with grub. So you're able to order food throughout any restaurant in the property and we'll send it to your room to the pull wherever you're at And so things like that In an e wallet Checking on your phone of course assign your rooms when you get here upgrade if you want before you check in so technology again played a big role and and it's it's really helped and it. It doesn't happen overnight but they're gonna see that next question. You have educate the customer the consumer that plays blackjack and that's the process. We're going through now. But i'm happy to say that we're already getting a nice percentage of people using it and they like it. They love not walking away with chips. They can walk away put on their phone. Walk away with the tito slip so.

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"house  " Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"house " Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

"Yeah i mean the first thing is just getting comfortable with the fact that you might not be very good. I think that's the main thing like as adults we. We don't like looking stupid. We don't like doing things. Were not good at and so the first step is just kind of being like okay. I'm gonna like. I'm i might suck at this at first but there's no way to get better and and like take the skill pete. I mean if you're building a house you'd probably want skill. But like i like. Don't worry too much about that. And just all your enthusiasm and learn as you go and then of course getting the right guides and the right accountability and the right experts in your life and yeah i don't i don't know if i have anything beyond that that's great. I think i think that's a really important thing. Because most adults aren't used to being new at something. Yeah or not being good at something. I think we are. Natural tendency is to like grow older and just kind of not want to learn new things. Because it's it's threatening to be beginner. It can also be really helpful to get around other people who are doing different things in new things and trying stuff whether or not. It's the same thing that you're working on and to just get her and other people who aren't going to judge you and we'll be encouraging that can be and also you know if you want some accountability that can be really helpful to yeah and and i'm going to throw in a shameless plug for my online community. Tiny house engaged so for those tiny house people who are looking for that accountability and support and being around other people who are into it. I've got. I've got the community for you. What about You mentioned like dealing with family members. Because i think that that's but there's a parallel there to the tiny house world in that like. Why can't you be normal like everyone else and just have a one career. Why can't you be normal like everyone else and like buying a normal house like right. Yeah i mean so with the multi. Potentialities thing i've i've interviewed a lot of people about this and when family member isn't one hundred percents about particular direction or just the fact that you keep changing directions or whatever or that you're doing many things from the people have spoken to like once they figure it out and their family like sees it there. Okay usually they. They drop it. Sometimes they even get enthusiastic. And they're like crowd of you but they're just too usually they're worried they're just worried like oh. If this person doesn't specialize are they going to be successful or are they going to be able to pay the bills if they're doing many different things splitting up their focus. There's a lot of like you know jack of jack-of-all-trades master of none sort of things in the culture that people here in assume to be true and there aren't we don't really think of like multi potential role models there many out there but like the. It's not like something people think about. So usually it's like parents are concerned family member that found him reserve concerned. And then once you show them that it's okay like it's working you're happy you've got like awesome dynamic career. You're paying the bills like usually they back off if they don't like you gotta live your life and like be. Do you write like yeah. I don't know if there's a parallel there. Tiny house thing. I i see it. I mean i think that that is also sometimes what happens with with tiny houses. Now it's like the concept of a tiny house is much more widely understood so it's less It's less weird. yeah But i think that for me on once people you know when you say i wanna build a tiny little house my question that but then like once they see it or once they kind of see taking shape they understand that it's they see that it's fine and that you're you're gonna be okay. Yeah yep one thing that like that. I've noticed in the in the tiny house world. Is that a big driver of why people want to live. Tiny is that they ultimately. Don't wanna have to work as much. Because they don't as their work doesn't necessarily define who they are as people and i'm is. Is there a parallel there. Is that like a multi pod. Kind of thing. Yeah I think it depends. Yeah i so. I've interviewed like dozens and dozens of multi pods. And i've also. I've been working like us for a decade so i've spoken to a lot of people and everyone's structures their career a little bit differently like i. I had found some patterns. And i can talk about that but the main thing is that people find a way to get the money meaning and variety. They need into their lives. And sometimes people find one job that has all those factors in it other times people pair together multiple revenue streams couple part time jobs or businesses. Run their own one business. They run other times. Someone will have sort of like a good enough job. And then they'll explore all their passions on side of people. Find different ways of doing this but you know some people. It's it's really important to them what they do for. Money reflects like the entirety of who they are and for other people. That's not as important and they would rather just have a job that's enjoyable. But that also leaves them with free time to explore all their passions without having to monetize everything so it really depends. And i i just see it as like whatever structures you have. As long as you've got the finding the money you need to you know. Meet your financial goals the variety you need to fulfill your multi potential and then like a sense of meaning that you're doing something important whether that's in your paint work or outside of it like that that's all that matters that overall you've got those those factors yeah i that resonates with me certainly and i don't know if it's because i'm steeped in this myself or if i'm like yeah. There real parallels to to tiny house living and tiny houses here. Do people like you. People ever stop identifying multi potential lights. I mean probably definitely. There are people who are very involved in our community and don't feel like they need the support as much rain or they find something like one thing and they're like actually. I'm just going to focus on that. But yes i mean i guess i feel like like i'm kind of envisioning like okay. So somebody who is a multi pod who was like had a bunch of different hustles and was like cobbling together. Their income gets like one job. That's like kind of like a specialist job. But they're still like. I am kind of like okay. I don't live in my tiny house anymore. But i certainly identify as a tiny house dweller. Still like i've. I've brought the lessons of that forward into what.

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"house  " Discussed on House of Cards

House of Cards

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"house " Discussed on House of Cards

"Welcome back to the house of cards. Why shuttle with you for those of you just joining us. We are talking with simon chalk. Whiskey who has written a very interesting book called gamblers dharma. Sports betting with vedic astrology in another tomb. You use when analyzing a game is something called victory houses. How does the idea. Victory houses relate to your analysis so so in astrology. There's something called a houses of the horse. Coburg twelve houses and each team gets Six houses That are good for victory in another six. That are that are not attorney sample when the planets are in the house and the victory when i called her victory houses. That's my term by the way for one team and they're not you know and by extension. They're not in the for the other team. Initial which team is stronger i. It's pretty straightforward greek term. Because when i saw victory houses okay. I need to know this if i'm going to win sports betting using astrology. I see the word victory. And i'm attracted to it. Well i gotta tell you. I appreciate you saying that because when i took this on you know my wife and everybody said who he writing this book for. There's only so many astrologers and there's only so many people who bet and you're writing for these me shes and i said you know what i. There's something in my heart. This is driving me to do this. And and and so there. So i'm i'm very heartened that you're taking this to heart yourself. I you know i. It's one of those things it's ancient wisdom that's been around for so long and it's been used around the world and it's just. I'm surprised that more people aren't embracing this from. It's from our ancestors really. Well i'll tell you in the sixties. There was an astrologer in india. His name is krishna. Martine and key up so good to where he had a line around his house like people were trying to buy an iphone like people would would camp out for two or three days in the line would stretch around the neighborhood a couple of times and part of the reason how he got so good was he would play cards and he would test techniques by playing cards and et which time and he was a decent carpenter but you know he was on the best and he would lay during times. That were good for him and then he would have his son so he calculate this beforehand and he he'd have come call him as soon as time. Turn bad to give them an excuse to leave the table. I know that's a crummy thing to do. But you know he was. He was testing and so like at twelve thirty one. It's on the call and he'd say oh. Sorry guys i gotta take my chip in and take off and he got so good. That people wouldn't play with him anymore so he had to start losing on purpose. And and this is a true story by the way this You can verify this yourself. His name was chris murky and he developed a system to where he could time even down to the our you know which periods favorable for you. Which period isn't and You know. I'm not as good as i studied system and i try to follow along but there are really people like that who've gotten with who had got this stuff down really to a science Yeah i'm surprised too but Also it's very difficult i it like. I said it was only the best minds into whole days. Who who would do this stuff. and these days Not so much for those of you just joining us. We are talking with simon chalk. Whiskey who has written a very interesting book called gamblers dharma sports betting with vedic strategy. Okay now we understand the terms dharma types and we get the concept of victory houses as i said. It's the process. What is your next step when trying to determine the outcome of a game using vedic astrology. Yeah good question. So i ended vote there. There are a total lion techniques so the victory houses is one technique and that way i sort of got into it but victory houses move very slowly so basically any game that starts within an hour or so. He's going to have the same configuration and so the victory house technique was working a lot but it was also not working some of the time and i thought why isn't it and so There are more taking their more discreet techniques. It depend on exact. Dr time and When i gave predictions last week I i noted that if this game starts within a couple of minutes of when it's supposed to then we expect this outcome and The more i did this boy found that even seconds can make a difference and So so tiny again back to the timing is everything and if you begin playing or the game begins at a certain time a certain outcome is expected but if it begins a minute later that outcome could be one hundred eighty it can be totally different can be for the other team. How much techniques to figure that out. How much change in time is i mean is if it happens within an hour. It's pretty much the same or can it be changed from minute to minute. Or how is that determined. Honestly minute to minute and As i mentioned earlier the most recent example of this was a cleveland. New york game Baseball last game of their series. Where in my opinion if that game had started one minute earlier. So if you're the manager and you know that you're supposed to start within this time. That cleveland with a one not new york and and by the way This isn't i know that sounds crazy and radical but we spent eight years under the reagan administration having his astrologer time absolutely every meeting. Every you know airplane takeoff and landing according to this principle and his assistant even had to stop watching reagan when it was time to Begin a press conference. When it was time to begin a meeting and his whole president he ran according to this principle so a very conservative conservative man But yet someone who understood Or at least went along with This principle that to everything if you want to Succeeded something starting at the right. I'm really really gives you a leg up sometimes even minute and second. It's amazing how precise that is when when you're talking about time how one minute can change in outcome of something so important well and it hard to believe because you'll never know right. You never know if if if if what the other outcome would have been. Except.

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"house  " Discussed on House of Cards

House of Cards

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"house " Discussed on House of Cards

"Welcome back to house of cards day. Washout a with your house of cards is brought to you by drizzly. Your online liquor store available over ninety five cities across north america early offers a huge selection and competitive pricing with aside a personalized content. Now there's no need to leave the house. Get alcohol delivered at less than an hour by drizzly head on over to jersey dot com and order today and now get five dollars off your first order of twenty dollars or more when using promo code drink nineteen at checkout shop beer wine and liquor with drizzly dot com for those of you just joining us. I am talking with dan. Bach from rota grinders. Better collective and the podcast get a grip. We don't have a lot of time left. But i wanna hit on one of the favor betting topics in this country and that is nfl futures. I know we're at the beginning of summer but this is a great time for nfl future. Batting i mean i know. A lot of people who are texan fans and a lot of people are patriot. Fans who are saying. I don't even know who my quarterback is but is this the time prior to preseason where people find value for their money they put down for. Nfl futures betting. No doubt and i you know. I love futures betting and i'm probably in the minority on it but i'm also like don't pretend to be a professional gambler and you know i you know that within my means you know maybe a hundred dollars fifty dollars two hundred bucks. Whatever it might be in the one thing that i think is important with futures. Betting is to shop around. Because you know if you're betting a game you're betting twenty bucks on a game or a hundred bucks on a game whether you get minus one fifteen or or minus one ten at the end of the day. It's it's not a huge amount of money and not a huge difference but you know there are ton of odd comparison sites. We have them on rodeo. Grinders scores and dot com and other property within better collective that i recommend people check out and you can see huge differences in futures In in the odds are getting on on future bats. I know you mentioned nfl. But just for example. I was looking at college. Football the other day and i found on ben. Mgm a future bet on desmond ritter. He's the heisman. Ease the quarterback of cincinnati and for him to win the heisman one hundred to one on that mgm. And i looked on draftkings. And he's at thirty three to one think. Oh how much of a difference you make even on a twenty four hundred dollar bet between those two and that's a huge difference but even if it was a hundred to one to seventy five to one. Hey you know what the twenty five points. There makes a big difference even on a smaller wager. So that's the advice. I give the people who love to bet futures especially things that are coming in at plus odds is shop around. Get the best number you can. Because it'll be worth your time to do it. I know a lot of people again like i. I made the point earlier. If it's just You know minus one fifteen to one ten. It might not be worth your time if you're betting twenty bucks or a hundred bucks to search that out but for futures bets it absolutely can't be. That's the best advice. I give that you know i was looking at the. Nfl rushing numbers Future numbers and my first thought was. Wow these are really high then. I realized you know this year in the nfl. There's seventeen regular season games on the schedule. I mean does this new schedule make betting. Nfl futures a little more challenging. I think it's more challenging for the books because they gotta hang a number out there and you know if i'm a better i'd say nine times outta ten. I'm always hammering the under in any sort of wager along those lines when it comes to statistical props throughout the year mainly because everybody is susceptible to injury and that is something that you know. it doesn't void the bet if they don't play you know if they only play eight games or if they play ten games they play fifteen games And most of these futures are are set up for a if they play a full season. What are the numbers that are gonna have so you know for me in that situation. I'm almost always betting the under just because you get that. That huge upside. And i hate to use that term when talking about injuries to you know people here but in terms of betting upside you get so much more of it in that under. Because it's pretty likely at some point in time that that guys are gonna miss games and you know there's already discussions about you know with this seventeen game schedule. Our our team's gonna arrest players. I was thinking. I was thinking like that game would be you know a time when you don't get players hurt. Yeah absolutely. I mean we already saw with the with the sixteen game schedule. People would rest that fight a week but especially now like. I don't think it's that outside of the round the possibility especially if a team is you know an accountable position. Maybe they play. They have a thursday game after a sunday game that they just say hey you know what brady the little nick were eight and one. We're going to give them a day off or we're going to give him an extra week off like i. I don't know for sure that that's going to happen. And obviously the players themselves are always want to go out there and play. But we've seen it happen in other sports. I mean they the nba. It's it's pathetic. How often people have to sit out and you know the meaning of a regular seasons a little bit greater in the nfl than it is in in the nba 'cause seemingly everyone makes the playoffs in the nba. And that's really what matters but more teams than ever are making the playoffs in the nfl. So you know. I think there's still a possibility we see a little bit of that Especially coming down. The stretch of teams are in a very comfortable position to You know make the playoff win their division and they've got two or three games left. Is there any other general rule. We should follow when it comes. Nfl futures. i mean for example. I never take the over in yards on any receiver. That has a rookie quarterback. And i'm and i'm looking at producer. Doug who's a huge jet fan. I'm not taking the over on any jets receiver this year. I could be wrong. But that's one of my guidelines. Is there a guideline that you follow on. Nfl betting like that one well for sore. Get to that. I will give you if you wanna bet. The jets bet allies. You're more to win rookie of the year. That guy's really good okay. The you got a big heavy run a yard. Yeah i like him. I like him. A lot You know i. I don't know if there's anything that i that i stick to per se in terms of you know handicapping these things. The one thing that i think is always important to remember. Is that the nfl things. Change year to year and what was great. Last season isn't always great the following season and it probably means more around the teams than the players Because again player success is so driven by injury and saquon barclays healthy in place. Seventeen games he's going to have an unbelievable season but we know that he's had that issue But you know look at a team like tampa won the super bowl or the bills who Were darn close making it. And i just see two teams that i don't think it takes too much for them to take a step back. 'cause there's always teams you don't suspect who make a run and that's what makes the nfl such a great league that year to year. There's so much parody unlike the nba. Where maybe we got parody this year but For most part. It's like a seven game series. The best teams gonna win. That's usually what happens but in the nfl. A lot of different things can happen. So i usually don't play the chalk very much when it comes down to you know betting. Nfl especially if it's you know futures or You know team totals. I more times than not if the team was great last year. I'm gonna side on the under because they probably got a ton of breaks the year prior from the injury perspective and it's hard to to run that good multiple years in a row so It's not hard and fast. But you know i always lean that way..

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"house  " Discussed on House of Cards

House of Cards

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"house " Discussed on House of Cards

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Can you tell us what that program is. all about. And what you're doing with the american gaming association with regard to responsible gambling absolutely so One of the first phone calls. I took when i started in. This role was was with casey and his team at the american gaming association. And right away. We established a cadence of Of of meetings and Of times to connect and actually met met up with him in in dc recently and we discussed kind of our strategic plan for the rest of this year but They had a game plan. program that that Aga you know has created and nascar has has Really worked with them on has been about most important to us. You know. there's a ton of you. We talked about the vet center earlier. if you go on our best center there's there's activation for the responsible gaming initiative with aga on that site and also we encourage Our operators kind of do the same with the american gaming association. And you're seeing now some of the Some of the partnerships that are launching with. And i think as we as we continue throughout the year and the week that responsible gaming education week. That's coming up in september here. There's going to be a lot of between nascar specifically and the aga around that week in terms of maybe an event at At our tracker at a casino Or at a race in september and datus where we can really do more of a consumer focused event as opposed to a business focused event where we educate our fans. not only on. what's available but also You know how to do this responsibly. The what the opt out Self-exclusion policies are And really had a scale this out from state to state as gio restrictions and and geofencing Becomes could become problematic as you go state of the state. Overstate and south. Exclusions may not apply. You know. I just interviewed the president of the aga. Bill miller and a couple of weeks ago as i said i interviewed scott warfield from the pga tour who was also involved in the have a game plan program. Why did you feel that it was important for nass car also to join in a responsible gambling program like this. Well you know. I i would have if i was here. I definitely would have done the same in stock in terms of of getting involved program but in terms of in terms of getting involved with it and the conversations that was well before my time frame so all due credit scott in terms of getting nascar involved with american gaming association as early as he did But in terms of actually continuing that relationship and strengthening it I view that again as a top priority. Because i've seen working overseas and domestically you know how differently the legalization of sports betting kind of can change behavior or impact impact culture generally right. And not to say that. 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"house  " Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"house " Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

"Being intentional about creating a vision board for what i was looking like what i wanted for my home and i think that really helps if you're going to build whether you're going to build your own or you're gonna get a builder. It's such a helpful resource for you to just have images of that have thought it out into something tangible that you can look at so i would just recommend creating some visual thing for your cell and then really getting clear on what your values are. If you're someone that is not sure you don't have words describe your values you can always google like values assessment just to find words and the words are based on your own definition. This is important because in in my work. What i've seen with people is people that are like either unfulfilled in their life in general or even in their careers. It always comes back to two things. It comes back to not living liking alignment with your values or not. Living life in alignment in a way that honors your strength when you are thinking of making the transition into tiny home living get clearly find resources. Get clear on those values in what your strengths are. Do you can consider that. And the design of your home so that you can be honoring those. Yeah i i ac. Oh that because it is tiny so it kind of locks you in so if your values are like always wanting to have a space to do crafts If if you don't design that space you're not to have it. Yep exactly yup the location and really consider the just your actual physical tiny home but you're in location. And what's in your surroundings uttering your values. Yeah and that's that's another challenge because it can be difficult to find a place to park a tiny home. would you recommend. I mean i guess on your journey you kind of decided on the tiny home first and then you found where you wanted to put it right so we well. We decided on the opposite so we just the location and then we were able to find the home and like why into that location. All right so you you actually found where it would go. And then that helped you kind of envision the whole whole thing yeah and i recommend so when it comes to getting your tiny home the location like before even when people are talking to us about like with other people around helping them designed our tiny homes in the vision of what they want for their home. And i'm always asking like where are you going to put this thing and is it okay with zony like you. I not answer and then we'll talk more about it. Because i think that's just one of the things that you should do sooner or any should be considering before you even get the home built. Yeah yeah yeah. I mean a lot of people many different ways on that some kind of choose to just not find out and not know and just kind of try to slide under the radar but depending on where you go. That might not be possible. Yeah and i've seen working with people who are purchasing homes. I've seen a lot of them. Do the opposite where they they're building their home and then when it comes to putting it somewhere really struggling and there's been times that we we're we're trying to help them figure out where they're going to put it because they haven't thought of that or they don't they did but then they found out zoning that it couldn't go there and it causes more issues so i think consider. Where do you want your tiny home. Consider the weather of that location. A really important as far as how you're building your home and also consider insurance because that's another thing that can you be really tricky for people to find. I'm so do your hut on what that insurance was gonna cover your home. You wanna pinscher inside it. Got it into bernard. Thank you so much. This has been such a great conversation. And i i really appreciate you taking the time and youth a much. Thank you so much to angela. Barnard for being a guest on the show today you can find the show notes including a full transcript of the episode and links to angelo barnard's website and podcast at the tiny house dot net slash. One six eight again. That's the tiny house dot net slash one sixty eight thanks also to precision temp for sponsoring. Today's show don't forget to head over to precision temp dot com and use the coupon code t h l. p for one hundred dollars off the twin temp junior hot water heater plus free shipping. Well that's all for this week. I'm your host. Ethan waldman and i'll be back next week with another episode of the tiny house lifestyle podcast. Hey it's ethan. Thanks so much for listening to the show. And if you've made it this far you must really be fan if you enjoy this podcast and are currently planning buying or building a tiny. I'd like to invite you to my private online community. 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"house  " Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"house " Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

"You she can also be found working on a construction project of her own. An island meditation retreat font even us. Welcome to the podcast. Hello ethan thanks for being here This interview i feel like has been in the works for maybe years. Your hard to pin down. And i don't have very good phone reception at most locations. Yes you're actually. We're we're catching you in the airport. Because i guess better cell reception there. So i i really appreciate it and i want to jump right in. There is a video tour of your houseboat. The river dan that has been viewed over three point eight million times. I just want to start -gratulations on that. I would like to say. Congratulations to exploring alternatives on that. That matt danielle did an awesome job on the video and they have a great following of people so really kudos to those guys they have brought so much publicity about. it's awesome. Yeah that that they have been. They've actually. I'll link to interview that i did with them on this show a couple years ago. Now but yeah i agree. They are wonderful. People and their their youtube channel exploring. Alternatives is just a wealth of tiny house inspiration how has how has that affected. Has that affected you like having being that public or being out there so much on the internet. And i'm sure that a lot of bookings have come through people seeing the video but also because of our successor airbnb. Which kind of i guess. I'm not sure if it's really from the video. I'm sure it definitely helps But i think the video has been a lot around the world and not so much like people coming to visit this area of canada. But i think it's inspired a lot of people so that i'm really happy about. Yeah i mean as somebody who lives very close to a body of water You know i'm in vermont. Very near lake champlain. When i first saw the video i was like i want to build a house. Boat and put it on lake champlain. Four and then. I found out that it wasn't that easy to do here. From a legal perspective and also lake freezes and so you know it would be a seasonal thing but enough about me. So i'm curious you know but just just a little side actually. My boats are forced season. They stay frozen in the ice. They're built special floaters that that can handle the The impact of the ice and that are actually built for it. So it's possible. That's so cool. I agree it's possible Logistically but it's more finding or a place that will allow you to keep your boat in winter. You really have to be a pirates. Yeah there's there's not much infrastructure for Yeah or like a framework in in most municipalities rural rural municipalities. Anyway there's you know there's marinas and bigger cities but then you're living at marina west out rain bunch of doc neighbors. It's not the best. So i'm curious if you can take us back to before you built the river. Dan was this something that you did as an entrepreneurial project like you knew you were going to rent it out or was it something that you built thinking that you were going to live in it fulltime. Well i've built it as an entrepreneurial project in part but also just because i wanted to do something cool with the guy. I was dating at the time who was like a full on pirates. He had built these breezy boats. I wanted to have a connection with him. And i wanted to do something together. So great around that time. I bought a an island. And i had started the construction of the meditation center and i knew i needed some extra revenue to pay for the construction project so i had the idea of building a floating tiny home and i hired him in his crew and we designed and built this while they've really built it. I designed them. But yeah we had this awesome project together and so's partly because i was in love and partly because i wanted something i would earn some money and for me. It's always like wrapped up these projects that it's about doing things that i love with people. I love nice like that. So much and the the the river dan i will link to the tour on the show. Notes page it. Is it actually like it. It seems like it was made with such love like there are so many handcrafted details and kind of whimsical things about it that it just. It looks like it would be a really fun place to be with somebody that you love. Yeah we have a really awesome guestbook and it's fund to go in and read all the notes of the people who are so inspired saying there. It's really something special. Nice well Maybe you could just tell us to some basics about the river dan. what how big is it. How much did it cost to build. just come kind of basic stats star gas. So it's thirty three feet long. It's a two story. There's a sleeping walked upstairs which has five foot ceiling and it has some pretty cool designs to be able to move and be within the legal limits On the road. So there's like the roof drops down there's always features that we could've got we we were able to get it from the boatyard to the launch again under the wires and everything. Yeah so has some pretty cool design features in that way. Yes thirty three feet long. Ten feet wide There is a rooftop deck. We actually just had the week colin this last week. Calendar is blocked off because we did a whole re structuring of the roof and added on imports and others. The really big tamraz upstairs. It's pretty cool nice. I don't actually know how much it costs build. But i could tell you that. The floats were twelve thousand dollars. Roughly so there's five custom built floats. That are thirty thirty one feet long. Okay there the special floats at their built. All over the place contracts have How how deals with the manufacturer. Not make them so. We had ours from a company that was in combat care and yet the floats are pretty expensive. But it's like the foundation of the house so it's all relative right. Yeah and so you. Are these the floats that you mentioned a little earlier that they they are designed to be frozen and yes yes. So they're built. It's there's foam at inside it's filled with foam and then the outside is a bs plastic. Which is not actually enclosed. So there's they have the capacity to expand in the ice and water actually goes inside them and it kind of stabilizes things that holds things pretty steady in the water. Okay yeah i was. I was wondering about that. 'cause i'm i'm the kind of person you can get a little motion sick on a on a boat you know. Especially if it's really choppy. So so it sounds like this boat is maybe a little sturdier than than like a boat that you'd go cruising around him. Yeah i mean when you're in the boat it's pretty stable but when you're walking onto the boat from the gangplank all the weight is cantilevered so then like when you're walking on and off the vote moves quite a bit but once you're on the boat you're contained within the balanced point of it pretty much so yeah the center of gravity. You're close to it so it doesn't move that much. But in the waves it moves. Nick get the feeling like i've been on the boat all week doing the renovation and this morning i woke up in my bed which is not an imposed and i felt like i was still moving so if you spend enough time on the water you kind of have a feeling. It's like this motion in your body gets used to it and it's pretty neat. Yeah yeah exactly. I've experienced that feeling before. I'm not i've longtime ago. I was really into surfing and i remember like if i did a lot of surfing in a day that night. You know you're lying in bed and you feel like you're lying on that surfboard in the ocean. 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"house  " Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"house " Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

"Right. I am here with alex. Ontiveros of pacific west tiny homes. Pacific west has extensive experience in the analysis and design of many different structural mechanical and electrical systems and works closely with its clients. The professional staff can provide superior technical resources in order to meet the client's needs pacific. West believes that close and constant communication is critical to the success of any project. Alex barris welcome to the show. Thank you thank you for having me. It's been a while. Yeah it has been a while So i i was hoping we could start off just by having you explain. You know what what does pacific west tiny homes. What are they do. And you know if you need to kind of answer at twice and talk about what you do for diy builders versus what you do for professional builders or maybe. Maybe they're both the same. Yeah yeah so it. Essentially the processes the same. We have see we started working with tiny homebuilders back in two thousand sixteen. Officially under tiny pacific was tiny homes. What we provide for people as harvey certification or park mall certification depending on what their needs are especially now with some jurisdictions warning one over the other We've been certifying traditional arby's for about forty years and we said about the process is probably the best adopted until we have an actual oath As far as what we do for. Diy we are able to guide the builder from their design process all the way through finalizing their bill and we have a couple of different ways that we can do this Usually we review their plans in the beginning. We will send them. I there they will get access to. All of the coats will keep track of their progress. Either ru brought books which was our old way of doing things or now builder which is construction management software.

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"house  " Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"house " Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

"True true. So is it reasonable. When you're you know. I guess you could say negotiating with someone over a contract. Is it reasonable to ask them to change something in the contract. I think it if if there's something say say the way the way you're paid at work you only get paid once a month. And they have a thirty day termination clause and you wouldn't be able to get another paycheck in say if they terminated you. You wanna make sure that you would be able to at least have a paycheck to move on and you could say. Would you be able to extend that in my case to forty five days i understand i have to get out but if you give me forty five days i'll have a pay check in hand and i'll be able to then have something with me in something to help me with the transition. There are exceptions to rules in communities by federal law in for the americans with disabilities act service animals. You know all those types of things so if you know you have a service animal and you have a small unit. You wanna go to either an rv place or any kind of plate site where it's no pets that can be an exception view. Would be saying to them. I need to have this animal with me. Performs a function for me whether it be emotional are true service and that landlord that leasing company would have to make the exception for you so those couple of examples of where. If there's a hard and fast rule you could ask for the exception and in the matter of service animal or a caregiver who's on age of entitlement to those exemptions by state and federal law got it. Yeah speaking of exceptions here. Where i live in burlington vermont and vermont. In general has a number of laws about leases and tenancy that kind of you know for example like in burlington. A landlord is not allowed to charge a higher rent for a pet. They can take a pet deposit but they can't charge a different rent for a pet though. Like do those laws if somebody does find themselves in a contract that is actually against the state law which which takes precedence like the contract that they signed or the the in the state that says well. You can't have a lease that makes somebody do. Xyz that's one of those situations where And i think it most states in the united states. There's usually a lawyer referral number an eight hundred number that you can call and there may be a nominal charge but if if you have a situation like that where you know you google the laws and burlington and it says one thing and you look at your lease and it says something else you. I would also google lawyer referral service because my firms member of that. And it's it's kinda like a pro bono service that would be a perfect question to pose sue somebody in one of those referral services to say. You know i'm attendant. The law says that. I see i'm being charged. Something different and then you know landlords or held to comply with the laws just like ten minutes or so you know there are ways where you can challenge that short of you know hole big lawsuit you know by getting some of that legal advice and do you offer or have a recommendation of where people can find like sample contracts. Like say. they're you know going to go live in their tiny house in someone's backyard and the person's like oh i don't really have a contract you can you bring me one or is it are there. Do these exist out there. And is there a good source for them i have. I don't know of one particular source but usually in any jurisdiction view go online and put in sample. Landlord tenant lease. You'll get a whole bunch and it's usually from law firms that our landlord tenant lawyers and you would be able to at least get an idea of basic terms and it's usually start date how much you're going to pay what the basis for termination is and if there's a security deposit and you would be able to just look at that framework and it doesn't really have to be much more complicated than that. So you know. I hate to say. Google is a source. But if you google that tight. Landlord tenant lease or sample lease. And it comes up with the law firm. At least that's a little more reliable situation than the way used to go to the library. Find something that said leases and you know. Pull out some antiquated your party. The first party of the second part document you know. It's a lot more available and accessible online now green so i also wanna get into this. We've been talking a lot about communities and kind of leases and where you're living but the other big topic is around you know entering into a contract to have a tiny home built for you. Yeah and i'm curious. What are some of the issues that you've seen in in that realm Probably the best way to tackle that is not having payments in sync with Like what the builders doing as far as the bill so it up like giving fifty percent down and fifty percent at the end without any steps in the middle to like for example You know a certain certain percentage or certain amount when the you get the floor plan. A certain percentage you know when the walls are up when the electrical goes in when the plumbing goes in so that it's not just one chunk of payment and you pray everything gets done until you make the second payment. You want a stair. Step that so that you get proof of what's happening with the first payment. The second payment the third payment and the critical factor is. There are a lot of people who don't even know what their electrical plan is in their house or the plumbing layout so that if they have problems with those types of those parts of that house the the contractor repair person that comes in literally have to take part figure out where the electrical system is. Or where where the junction boxes are. That may be the cause of the problem. So you definitely want to have the payments timed so that you're getting what you need as the owner to show that that work has been done and there are certification companies out there. That can do that. But you wanna hold them to the same requirement you know. They are certification companies. But you should be getting proof of inspections you know all along through that process. Not just you get certificate at the end that the home meets all the requirements be roadworthy and all of that all certification companies do things in a timely fashion through the bill. So you wanna make sure that your timing your payments with them as well with production of what proof of.

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"house  " Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"house " Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

"With are i'd say they are slightly complicated but if you read them. You should be able to get the gist of what's going on that. That edwardian Kings english garbage in contracts went away a long time ago. If you see contract that has that in it. You're looking at a document that's probably twenty years old so those things should stick out. If you feel like you're in a you know a british play reading your lease agreement may be other things that are very old involved with that property as well so normally if you read elise you should be able to get the concept. And if you don't understand something you have you absolutely should ask. Whoever you're dealing with dinner into the contract what what does this mean. Can you give me an example. A lot of people are are uncomfortable. Admitting they don't understand and that's the easiest thing you can do for yourself as say. I don't know i don't know what this means in reply oven. What does that mean. Why why is that word. been here. i don't even know what that is and if they can't explain it to you then that's that's another red flag what is replenishing. That's where If you stay on the property and you leave your items there i would be able to detain those items and Recover not only my lot but was on that lot through legal action and you know it's a lot more complicated than that but it's a way to kind of if you put your things on my life i can retain them and then possibly sell them for value. Okay wow what are some things. What are some specific. Things may be that you've seen in leases for renting a spot in a community or a parking spot that are kind of red flags that you can share with our listeners. Who are maybe maybe there are people listening who are looking at least right now What are some things that you are like you know. Be be cautious of some specifics. You always want to look at what the condition start to terminate the lease. If the if there is language that it's terminable call it at will meaning. It doesn't matter what the circumstances if the landlord decides for any reason they don't want you on that site they can give you so many days notice and you have no choice but to leave in there would be you know a sheriff escorting meal off the property and i guess i should say what i always say you know. I'm licensed to do business as a florida lawyer. So when i answered questions. I'm trying to answer in generalities not to give legal advice but from my experience i can give a little bit of a template to people. Just you know especially with the building contracts. United that during the global Thea conference in other. So many things that you can do regardless of whether you're in the united states or or chill just to watch out for yourself and it's not that it's a legal requirement or legally sufficient for where you are is just common sense you know so. I always like to say that at some point during the interview. Excellent yes So this this interview is not legal advice. But we're hearing So on the flip side of that coin. I wonder what your advice is for not not necessarily like a developer or somebody who's setting up a tiny house community but but somebody who just as space in their yard who does want to wants to invite somebody to live there in a tiny house but they also want to be protected and want to not have a bad experience. You know what advice do you have there. It's it's sort of Like like any relationship. We have people residing together. There has to be a list of do's and don'ts it's just like gallows look at it like when i was a teenage ryan long list of don't and yet you know you're gonna pay your rent on time you're going gonna you know a follow the normal etiquette you know trying to have the band laying in a two. Am don't be driving your car fifty miles an hour into the backyard. Where your unit is you know. Just have some basic ground rules. There should be some type of ground rule about payment. If if if it's if it's a a payment situation or a service or lodging in as some people will do maintenance and errands and things like that to be able to have their unit in somebody else's backyard for example it just should be spelled out so that no one can can claim. I had no idea it wasn't supposed to do that or i had no idea was supposed to. You know pay by the fifth or you know. I was laid by the fifteenth. And it's really honestly it's common sense but when people were moving into somebody else's backyard like with an ada you. It's not going to be a situation where you're thinking. Clearly it's going to be desperation mostly in with kovin and the pandemic and all the victims that will be happening throughout the united states. People aren't going to have a whole lot of to prepare for that coexistence in somebody's backyard or in a tiny house. Bill leaguge whether it's public or private so that's when you really need is and sometimes good just to have a buddy with you if it's you who's emotionally having to give up your home to move to somebody's backyard in a small unit. Have a buddy with you to to be able to help you. Listen and pay attention to the details because that's when you miss a lot when you're emotionally invested in the situation and you have to get out and move in someplace else. It's just hard hard to hold on to all the detail. Yeah yeah. I can imagine where i. I can't imagine how stressful it would be to. You know be evicted. Be looking for a new place to live and then also need to actually take the time to read the lease and like actually scrutinize it. When you're in a situation where you're kind of in in real need of housing.

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"house  " Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"house " Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

"Jodi has been council in thousands of cases involving these topics and has appeared before more than one hundred county court judges throughout the state of florida in trials and appeals duty gable. Welcome to the show. I thanks ethan. Thanks for having me your. You're so very welcome. And i've i've been i've been searching for someone just like you so thank you for existing and for being willing to come on the show We had We had an interview a couple of weeks ago with the reporter Frank alito that got a lot of responses. He's been writing about kind of some troubling trends in the tiny house. Industry of of people kind of getting ripped off by their builders And so i'm really happy to talk with somebody with illegal background in this area. Sure and i was just go ahead. I was going to say it's it's something that's becoming more of a trend lately. A i think gets from kind of misunderstandings from both sides of the equation. So it's great that there's gonna be some teaching yet you know and and kinda points to for both sides to recognize things. Start to go a foul. Yeah and that's you know something that that i'm not. I don't have occasion to enter into too many contracts these days. But what i've learned over time. Is that the contract is is helpful for both sides. It you know. It helps to create expectations for both sides. But but i was hoping we could just start with like are there parallels between what you're seeing in the tiny house industry and what you've already seen in the rv and manufactured home industry over the last twenty five years. It's funny when i started in in law in particular it was god. Nineteen ninety four and back in nineteen ninety four. No one wanted mobile home park near their site built house berry much like what's going on now at the tiny house movement for people who want to be on land whether it be a friend's land or even to establish a community a lot of the residential areas do not want that quote unquote campground Type situation near them. So is sort of history repeating itself on a smaller scale and the thing that i think You know being being a trial attorney and being in just this wide practice of landlord tenant law. There's so many small things that turn into big obstacles that had people known about them in the beginning they could've avoided so much time and money and angst and effort. So that's what i think can bring to the. This movement is a lot of the community based experience plus how there tends to be a little bit of snobbery to any new smaller sized housing from local governments and they promote it but at the same time the only promote it where they want it to go. You know like you can be behind the school but you can't be near the big site built houses because that's not where tiny house. Lots should be located that type of thing. So i'm seeing a lot of parallels and to a certain extent some of the tiny house people in the movement don't wanna see those parallels. I'm not saying anything that's happened in the mobile home industry or the rbm industry is what's going to happen with a tiny house movement. I think is a whole different situation and the timing is critical with what's going on with the kobe pandemic but to ignore what happened in those other types of housing situations. I think is just a big mistake. It's an opportunity not to repeat things that caused a lot of money. What are some of those mistakes that that ended up costing people a lot of money that that seen that you could say you know. We need to learn from this in the tiny house movement. A lot of times people will try to move their tiny house into a community Without being specific about the size the nature The transient aspect about their tiny home. They may enter into a contract with the community. And in that contract there may be default provision where unbeknownst to the person who owns the unit they become bound to pay i last and security deposit or fit all that money should they have you know normal life takeover in the situation where they have to vacate the property so looking at all the documents making sure any place that you decide to stay if you have a burble agreement. You're you're just at the whim of the landowner so you know having things in writing in making sure that your expectations are known by the by the other already whether it be a landlord landowner or a builder. You know. everybody has their idea of how things should happen. But if you don't have it in writing nobody really knows for sure. What the other person's thinking. Yeah absolutely and it sounds like you really have to read the contract. You have to read the lease and understand what's in there. We are so used to you know on our phones. You know privacy policy. I accept but downs. Like you're saying don't do that when you're when you're signing a lease for a parking spot or you're signing a contract to buy or build a tiny house i think some of the things to look for if the contract is twenty pages long is probably not a good idea unless that lawyer really had a lot of money on hand to to build that client to make the document. It doesn't take a whole lot of space to get the terms that are necessary for you to rent a space reserved space or you know. Enter into a long term agreement. It's reading what's there. That's the most important thing and just reading it not reading it putting your own spin on it. That's what that's what everybody's common mistake is. I wanna live here. I'm not going to see anything negative in these documents. You sign something that says. Yes i read it. I agree to everything and then six months later. If if there's a provision that's not in your favor ishai. I never read that. I didn't see that in that agreement. Are i think that's different is just you were in love with the spot. You wanted to stay there so you just kinda snuck through. It didn't really pay attention to you. Know just being aware of what you're doing reading the consequences. There's a problem and just doing that. Making yourself focus and then go enter the site and have a great time. What would you say to someone who would say. Well you know. I don't understand i don't speak lawyer i don't i don't really get all the legalese that are in these contracts i. I'm not even gonna understand if i do read it. Most of the leases. That i deal.

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"house  " Discussed on Light House

Light House

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"house " Discussed on Light House

"Of slippers and my door. The hallway was dark and quiet. The only light coming from the Phantom Lighthouse behind me. There is nothing in sight here either. But I did notice that the door to my mother's room was ajar. I heard gentle. Sob again and realized it was coming from that direction. High Sprint down the hall toward her room and threw open the door. My mother's room was dark home. Almost to dark, she laid still in her bed. Her Eyes Wide Open as a fixated on the ceiling, another cry emanated from her throat and I thought she might be dreaming, but as my is adjusted to the blackness of the room. I could see that we were not alone. It blended in at first, but now I could see the different shades of darkness hovering over my mother. It was the shadowy thing. I watched bulge from the wall behind her bed, stretching it to unheard of proportions as disengaged itself from it, it made a sickening sound as it did so the wall snapping back into place like an elastic band. It's nebulous shape straddled her dark extensions of itself, acting as arms and legs, holding her down her already fragile body couldn't do much to struggle against. It leaned in close the place where its mouth should have been trying to draw in her final breaths, her body seized beneath it I ran to her side, and tried to push it off anger rising inside me, but my hands went right through it. It looked in my direction, and one of its limbs lashed out at me. Striking me in the chest, knocking me to the. The floor I tried to regain my footing, but it helped me down turn to my mother and sucked in again. Has If take what little life? She had left in her again. Her body seized convulsing under its spell high struggled to get up, but its strength was too much for me to fight against I tried and I tried, but I could do nothing but watch. And that's exactly what a wanted me to do. To Watch. As it took my mother from me. Just, says it had taken the rest of my family. The shadowy thing was enjoying this. As she drifted away towards her final sleep. My mother managed to look at me and show one last feat of strength to save three small words. Love you. This enraged the shadowy thing as it went in again covering her face completely pulling the last breath from her chest, her body spasm for only a moment, her back, arching upwards before dropping back to the bed. She was gone. Seated and satisfied the shadow, let go of her and turn back to me I. still struggled beneath its limbs pressure pushing down on me. There was no clear face to see within. It's darkness, but there was an impression of something there some sentence that knew exactly what it was doing if I didn't know any better I would say. It was smiling at me with Spring. Voices filled my ears becoming so loud that they were deafening within the small confines of the room, the shadow thrived off of them, growing larger by the second creature of mighty proportions. Coiled more limbs around my body, squeezing the air from my lungs, toying with me the nebulous shape where it's face should have been continued to smile as it came for me right before everything went black. Lighthouse will return after a word from our sponsors. If you're wondering how police brutality got to be so bad now police became so eager to shoot. You Might WanNa. Listen to this week's episode of behind the bastards where we talk about lieutenant. Colonel David Grossman. The most notorious police trainer, American history, and the inventor of discipline called Killala. Jersey, which he talked to the Minneapolis Police, department and more than one hundred other police departments around the country, listened to behind the bastards on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Now Lighthouse continues. The next thing I remembered. It was the next morning and I was in place I didn't expect. I was in the White House. Not In the small apartment I had seen during my previous visit, but outside on the balcony area that surrounded the window panes where the beacon set. I had no recollection of how I got there, or why was even there and that scared me? As the sun rose over the ocean, I tried to piece together. What had happened the day before? My mother, confiding in me, being awakened in the night by the light. And the shadowy thing. Taking the last my mother's life. My mother was dead. Another victim lighthouses darkness. I stood. Legs wobbly leaned against the balconies railing as I looked out over the ocean. I remembered. This is where my sister had died where she had thrown herself to her death on the rocks below. A shudder ran through me, not wanting to think about that. I. Turn to leave to find my way back down. When I caught my reflection in the glass, looked loss broken even but somehow younger. A Strand of hair dangled in front of my face and I went to move it away when I realized my reflection did not follow suit. Instead, it just stood there staring at me. It dawned on me then that this was not my reflection. It was leany. Lima's Ghost watch me from within the Lighthouse Standing Guard next to the beacon. She watched me as I found the doorway back inside and winter. Leany I asked hoping for some kind of response leany. Why am I here? She smiled sadly at me still clinging onto that teddy bear. But didn't say a word she merely continued to stare. Are is locked together. Eventually I sat. Unable to stand any longer, but not wanting to leave her, she may have been gone, but at least right now. In some way, we were able to enjoy each other's company. Bright spot in a long line of terrible wants. I don't know how long we stood like that. Simply watching each other waiting for the other to move the sun moved across the sky, and when it sat overhead, leany began to slowly fade the fainter she grew more sad. She became as if there is something she wanted to do, but was unable to. Just before she faded from view completely, she lifted her free hand, pointed toward a cabinet beneath the beacon itself. It was latched closed, but as she faded away, I opened it. Inside was the old real to Real player. We had found in the dark room when we were younger. Sitting on top of it was a book of matches, a single match taken from inside, but of more interest was the circular object wrapped in a cloth, sitting next to it. I removed it from its packaging and found it to be a metal canister when containing recording. Written Leigh's handwriting on a piece of tape was a single word. Goodbye. I left the lighthouse reel to reel and canister and hand slowly making my way through the living quarters down the winding staircase and into the clearing. I went back to the House to find Sarah leaning over my mother tears in her eyes. She apologized for my loss and told me if I wanted she would begin to make arrangements for her instead. I thanked her for all her hard work these past few months, but that she needed to leave immediately. I didn't want lighthouse to take a hold of her to. She left and I sat with my mother's corpse, thinking back on the previous evening. Lighthouse had been fed. It's hunger sated for now, but I knew he was only a matter of time before it needed to.

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"house  " Discussed on Light House

Light House

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"house " Discussed on Light House

"Lighthouse revealed a secret to us that warm summer's Day in one, thousand, nine, hundred, six, one that began to make the pieces click together. When that recording ran out, the reel to reel player was left, spinning an empty spool mind reeled from the revelation. My father had a sister. A sister died in the very same room. He was in a way. It was almost poetic, if not horrifying. But the sister madeline also was a race from the family's history. Thinking back, my father had never spoken about her. Even the painting in his former study excluded her from the portrait she was the secret. Shame whitewashed away in an effort to forget. But she wouldn't be forgotten. Consumed by the darkness both in life, and in death she had returned with the other entities of the house Leonese imaginary friend. Abigail was one in the same as Madeleine. The darkness that lived in lighthouse had corrupted her, and now she had latched onto leany for who knows what purpose. Hearing all this. It was too much to bear while I stood. There captivated fingers digging into my palms. When it was playing. Once the recording had run its course. I ran from the dark room, a bounded up the stairs through the pantry and the rest of the house straight outside. Leaning against the Ancient Red Oak tree I was sick to my stomach. I hadn't eaten all day, so nothing came up with Bile and burn my throat as if my body was trying to expel what I just learned. I look back to the house. saw the man in hat. Standing in the window, the third floor in the same place I had. I seen him all those years ago. He smiled. Knowing that he had helped expose me to a secret, but the family had tried to forget. I couldn't stand it anymore. Lighthouse was a stain on the soul of the world, and I had to get away. I had to keep my family away to keep them safe. I would move to the ends of the Earth, if I had to keep moving to stay ahead of the man in the hat and whomever else, the house sent for me. I ran I ran back to my car and when it didn't start because it was still overheated, I kept running. Iran, until I eventually found my way back home days later, and hugged my son until Chris to prime me off. I was never going back to lighthouse again. But. That's not how it works, does it? On that day in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty six, he was thirteen years since my father died thirteen years since lighthouse had claimed another soul. And it was hungry again, but the house was patient. Bided its time until the moment was right. It reached its tendrils into its next victim, continuing to claw its way inside until finally. I snapped. On a cold winter's Day in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety three. I came back to lighthouse. Seven years had passed, and though I swore never to return. Something tragic happened caused me to break. My Self imposed exile. LEANEY was dead..

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"house  " Discussed on Light House

Light House

07:32 min | 2 years ago

"house " Discussed on Light House

"Five. opened my eyes. And, he was still there. Tipping his hat as he smiled. I quickly moved back from the window, replacing the curtain again. I didn't want to see him anymore did I want him to see me. Over the coming days. It didn't matter any time I. Close My eyes I saw him standing there smiling at me. A byproduct of my imagination. But it wasn't long before he sprung from my mind and started to appear in my everyday life. In the aisles of the grocery store hallways at at work outside Kevin. School on the street corner as I drove by, the man in the hat was back and he wanted me to notice him. After few days of this I couldn't stand it anymore. I called Jan and asked if we could move my appointment up. Jen listened and did her best to try to comfort me about it, but Persson reason didn't help. His reappearance back in my life me to my core and my usual coping mechanisms were not helping. So Jan suggested something unorthodox. Perhaps you're seeing him. Is your mind's unconscious way of letting? You know you need closure? She told me. Closure for. I asked her you father's death. Your repressed childhood your guilt over leaving your family behind in your new life. She said. Perhaps it's time you went back home to confront your fears, so you can put them behind you once and for all. Maybe if you look hard enough, you might find some answers the questions you seek. Questions I asked. About the House it's history your family. You said Your father didn't talk much about his family before you moved into lighthouse. Maybe a few learned more about them. These things won't bother you as much maybe if you learn about this man in the hat who he is. Maybe, he will go away. I rejected the thought the moment she said it. But as I left my session and saw the man in the hat, waiting to tip his hat toward me on my way to the parking lot. I reconsidered. At night I debated it the pros and the cons to try to come up with another solution. But none came to mind. And the thought of seeing him every day for the rest of my life ruining the piece I had created for myself was too much to bear. For the sake of my family, my Chris and my little Kevin I knew what I had to do. It was time to go back to lighthouse. lighthouse will return after these messages. A career in application development at Gd, it means owning the opportunity to impact the preparation of our nation for the future. Join DD IT for challenging work that advances your career apply now at Gd. Dot Com slash careers. GD Is an equal opportunity employer disability veteran. Now back to White, house. The road back to lighthouse was not an easy one, though only a few hundred miles from my new home drive was long arduous. My car, usually reliable in all conditions broke down along the turnpike on my journey there the repairs were going to take a few days so I left it with a mechanic and took a loner for the rest of the route. The loner was not nearly as reliable as my car and was prone to overheating. I had to refill the water and let it cool down every few hours. The stopping and starting was grading on my nerves. I was anxious to just get there already to be done with my visit, but vehicles were not making it any easier on me. Nor was my family. I called my mother before I left letting her know that. I was coming for a visit. She was cold over the phone on interested in hearing from her eldest daughter, but agreeing to let me stop by. She hung up before I had the chance to tell everyone would get there. I guess it was going to be a surprise. By the time I pulled into the driveway. The car was on its last legs. Smoke was billowing from beneath the hood, and rather than attempting to make it the last half mile to the house. I just pulled over and left it there. White House looming in the not so far distance. I walked toward it slowly apprehension taking hold of me. Ten years had passed since I had last seen house, but from the way things looked. It May as well have been fifty. The grounds of the house were in disarray. The great lawn filled with tall weeds in neglect, the red oak tree out front, though still a massive presence was dying. It's withered branches twisting downward. Lighthouse still stood on the bluff, a dark shape against the gray sky, the house itself was no better with peeling paint at every corner and Lou shutters, hanging off their hinges. If I hadn't known any better I would have thought it to be abandoned. The House finally reflected what I always thought of it. Rotten and neglected. When I reached the porch, the steps creaked underneath me and I held my breath. I wasn't ready to face my family, or whatever waited for me in lighthouse. I had no choice I was already there. I knocked on the door before I lost more of my nerve and wait it. Was An unusually long time of no one answering before I knocked again. I was a bit nervous that something was wrong. That something had happened to my mother or to lean. But the second knock did the trick beyond the door. I heard some muffled cursing. Has someone struggled to unlock it? When the door screeched open I was surprised to find an older woman in a wheelchair that I did not recognize answering it. Wasn't until she spoke that I realized that this was an a stranger, but my mother aged as much as the house itself. I was taken aback and couldn't respond to her first inquiry. Having missed it completely. But her second, more forceful and angrier brought me back to reality. What are you want? She growled ready to close the door in my face. Mom It's me. It's Tara. She gave me lingering once over, but instead of responding she just rolled backward way from the door, and into the bowels of the House I took that as my unspoken mutation to come in I pushed the door open standing on the threshold between my old life and my new. I hesitated before stepping in realizing that I still had a choice. But the second I went in the choice was made. Instantly my body tensed and I felt that dread long since forgotten. Wash over me again. I imagined the man in the hat behind me, placing his hands on my shoulder, says a welcome home gesture. I shivered. Close the God. Damn door! You're letting the air in came my mother's voice from the other room I did, as she commanded and slowly walked after her. Being back in lighthouse was worse than I had imagined. Every negative emotion I had toward it was amplified, and every voice in my head rang out, begging me to leave. But I was back in uninviting, embrace, and I got the sense. It was all too happy to see me following my mother's voice through the House. I walked past my father's study. The door was shut, and what part of me wanted to look inside?.

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"house  " Discussed on Light House

Light House

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"house " Discussed on Light House

"Telling me that cleaning it out was a product for a rainy day I moved cautiously in the darkness, not wanting to bump into anything or accidentally break something. The music continued to play softly coming from the left side of the room. The basement ran the length of the entire house, making it seem impossibly large, especially filled with so many things. Old Furniture, large portrait's and boxes upon boxes, needed a pseudo maze full of family memories. After some careful navigating I found myself standing in front of a solid wall, or rather a wall with metal, shelving lining the length of it. I stopped in my tracks and listened. Music still played, but it sounded more toward the right. I swung my flashlight in the direction and slowly walk that way stopping every few steps to listen again. The source of the music was close. Here I looked at the metal shelf against the wall and confusion. Taking a brief look around. That didn't seem to be anything of importance on the shelf itself. Just a bunch of old junkins boxes perhaps in house this old. The Acoustics were playing tricks on me. Was it actually coming from somewhere else entirely? I began to make my way back toward my sister when I heard a crash behind me. I quickly turned and direct my beam on the floor. Lying, there was box one that have fallen near where I was just standing. Did I do that. Did a knock something off balance without realizing causing it to fall. Just be on the box spot an old pair of shoes. On their own, they wouldn't have caught my eye, but. It looked like they were attached to a pair of pants. I slowly moved my beam up. And those pants turned into a man's overcoat. A feeling of dread formed in my stomach has my brain began to formulate that it wasn't just a random assortment of clothing bunched together in the dark basement, but rather something else entirely someone else entirely. My flashlight beam continued its slow ascent up the coat. Dread continued to build I was inches away from revealing the identity of this stranger in my basement, but in my heart. I already knew who was. A guest Lee Smile greeted me as my light fell upon it. The man in the. Lighthouse will return after these messages. A career in application development at Gd. It means the opportunity to impact the preparation of our.

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