17 Burst results for "Hundred Three Minutes"
"hundred three minutes" Discussed on ESPN FC
"You can go united city any team in the world. Big league in the world. You're gonna find these tendencies with the big teams. Unfortunately right now. Jesus is still considered a big team. Even they don't play like this is why we have to go into the hundred thirteen minutes. Sorry thirteen minutes. One hundred three minutes thirteen minutes after the ninetieth minute is win. This penalty is taken. Its when the call is made. Why are you doing thirteen minutes of actual extra time. Of course this happens. This happens all over the world and she is not the exception. I thought it was a very soft penalty. Call anytime you slow things down. It looks worse. This this is the most idiotic rule. The penalty grow with the goalkeepers are already added disadvantage. They wanna put him away disadvantage. It's ridiculous to me. But i agree with you. It's just buying boosted. Teach another few weeks if you will. Because fetch up epa. What is this people fixture date of life. That's all it's doing. Let's be honest. The question shouldn't get special treatment from the rest. It should be still deserve the special treatment that they get from the production meeting. What did you call them. The what of mexico. My producer got very angry. Call them the arsenal of mexico and he about hung up and almost reached the phone. Yeah he was very upset. He didn't wanna talk about it anymore and he started attacking medic. I have nothing to do with america. That's all seven. It was really really strange. Conversation are we will leave it there for now. Muddy show also. Thanks as always for the time you can catch him monday through friday on. Espn protests on our new got with hercules gomez.
"hundred three minutes" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio
"Could i make a decentralized river exchange. So i don't need the chicago mercantile exchange. Yeah can do that or to question but somebody could also cushion the like actually one hundred three minutes like i must if i were to box you i'd say you're very progressive institutional investor that fair. They're like then. I would tell my side. I'm sitting in rooms with dudes of hundreds of millions of dollars. That are not traditional formal. And anywhere right. Do you feel like you have your ear to the ground of that kind of like counter culture of investors Great question so kind of. I'm not as close as i would like to be I am do you know. there's a shock wave. That happened to eight weeks ago absolutely and we were involved it you know on the edges. We weren't involved at the core. We're involved in the edges. And i think one of the challenges of any business is breadth right depth versus breath and we all heard the thing. You know niche you know. It deepened my alive or mile wide inch powered this. But i think the challenge of this for me do out of the traditional institutional world and honestly. I trust you more like i'm actually. I'm actually just asking you like. Do you know what i'm hearing on the other side. Lee what i what i what i would like. I would like to be moving faster to take some of that fringe. And you're talking about this in the last. One is the whole thing about cell phones and pagers. All technology starts at the french. All of it first pager drug dealer. I mobile phone drug dealer. I internet users. Porn technology is always starts at the fringe. And that's okay because they're locked out of other sis. Why do cannabis providers use crypto. Because they're not allowed to use the traditional banking system. Why is that well. Because it's not regulated yet once it's regulated and they can tax it then they'll be lose nutritional banking system so every fringe element starts.
"hundred three minutes" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed
"His body is a dangerous creature. This is a Russian film. Beliefs. I would think so yeah, we uncalled our. Sputnik. It's you're not typical but it it is a nother version of your we. You've seen this kind of film before I think that would happen that was different from this or how these films Ferenci themselves as how to go about. It just reminds me of what was the first came up with Ryan. Russillo wasn't life. They would call that the new Batman. In line. No Patent. No Patty was the pederson was the good life. Okay, I skipped life. Actually. Thought I hold on. Let me double check this. Was In life with Rebecca. Ferguson. Freebie thing that they bring back doing space research. Somebody gets bit next Jake Dylan Paul. Okay thought right. Why? Wasn't that bad actually. To. Love you but I don't know why. I enjoyed life. I actually live with actual bad. I should. Watching I. Think. So it's only one hundred, three minutes. It's it's and that creature is. Go. Heart. If I remember correctly I I've seen a lot of films since two thousand seventeen or mechanically that that creature net film is okay. Look I almost no data sputnik got worn a bitch you did not warn me I almost. No, I'll wait. Oh wait. So this this is my my French. Yeah you got me. Watch this shit when the sun was that. Yeah no no. Sputnik has. Some really fucked up moments. And they are not the ones you would spec I'm sitting here and I'm like, okay, it's GonNa be a science movie and talk to you on us about discovery and you get into this and you've got the whole setup at the beginning. I love space movies this gave me so many nineteen seventies alien hardcore vibes some started and then I was slightly sad when I realized that the rest of the movie was going to happen on earth. But when I really I'm like this is Johnny Depp I brought Shit back with me. And I'm like, okay I'm still with you I still love these I'm like is this going to turn into a creature feature because I really can't watch creature features at night and I got full y'all. Got Deep into the paint. Right and that's the thing like you don't know I only knew that there was a creature in this because I seen somebody talking about the creature in. Sputnik. In there. So it was waiting for to come I was not prepared for when he does come. Thought I was getting a psychological thriller that may be Homey. Had lost his shit when they came to the atmosphere and this was about getting him to remember if he killed his co-pilot that's what I thought. This movie was Yeah Yeah Nah I thought difficult last creature feature I wasn't expecting it to be..
"hundred three minutes" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine
"And just he wants to make. Popular cinema he wants to entertain, but he's really writing the coat tails of other trends sharply and but he's not he doesn't have the budget not frankly like he does he you know he doesn't have the creative perspective to really. Changed. It up like you know when the Italians were ripping off Hollywood of the seventies they were doing amazing stuff because they didn't have a budget they you know and they were trying to get more salacious and they started coming up with insane solutions to problems but grew just seems to really stay in his lane. He kind of like his solutions are are like kind of practical problems of just I don't have enough money for knock. I don't care about details. I just want action sequences I want XYZ. The, what is sort of like the I P how do we explain? What is the explanation between using existing? Ip? That is Heavily Gay capped by corporate words is I. Don't know like how does she hulk exist on Youtube I? Mean that's clearly a DMCA filing away from not existing at all really sure. The answer is because it has like two hundred views. You know. If if if it got viral, it would be eradicated. So that's kind of the. Prince much. Corporations Yeah. Cost the corporation's money to sue him rather than than. The sue him. All they have to do is say hey youtube. It's true I mean there she hulk literally has like based on characters by he in the Marvel the Marvel Cinema logo. That's a bowls I'll give match I think that Kinda ties back to what you were saying, Jack about his his interest in like popular cinema while still working as kind of an outsider artist and he ultimately like he he wants to make a marvel movie. He wants an Oscar yeah. Yeah. He sees he sees all of his films as just proof of concept that he can do these things and he he's hoping that someone you know at at Marvel sees she hawk and goes this is the guy we need for she hulk. And that's this. He has proven his worth here in this film, and that's what we're going to go with because grew is he's he's hyper focused on the constant creation of film, but the other aspect of independent filmmaking the you know selling yourself and working with producers and finding distribution and marketing things can with collaborative effort that is the key and it filmmaking. Yeah. Out. No that that doesn't seem to interest him as much as much. But at the same time, not as much as that's that's why I was saying that like I feel like he's the, he's the kind of. Byproduct revolt tourism he genuinely believes himself to be film factory and he's proven it by producing two hundred three minute long things on Youtube I'm not sure that. I'm not sure that like Joe D'Amato like I think that he considered himself A. Carpenter as..
"hundred three minutes" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast
"Somebody so that's the movie bite. My tongue finish next to production the production this was distributed by Walt Disney studios motion pictures. They did Toy Story Finding Nemo. Wally a huge list of movies directors. Dan scanlon heated made her in the ghost light short tracy and monsters university. The producer was Corey Ray. She did Monsters Inc. Shadow Cory Cory female. I'm sorry yes okay. Writers are Dan Scanlon. Who did made her. And the light trace monsters university Jason Healey. Who did to say goodbye? A bad idea gone wrong. And it's not about the nail wonderful so wonderful short. Look at check it out to Keith. Button needed treatment which was show and horns. The CAST Tom Holland. Who did DOOLITTLE SPIES IN DISGUISE SPIDERMAN? Far From Home Chris Pratt lego movie parks and REC Guardians of the galaxy. Julia Louis Dreyfuss who did veep such a good show. Seinfeld and enough said Octavia Spencer. The shape of water and the help is the help the recently very good release date March six twenty twenty run time is one hundred. Three minutes budget slash. Gross it estimated twenty million for budget and the estimated gross right now is estimated forty point one million so soon. Okay right The rotten tomatoes score for critics is eighty. Six percent and for audience is ninety six percent. Wow on it also interesting. Yeah.
"hundred three minutes" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"S. U. yes he was down fourteen with fourteen minutes to play they found a way to close that thing out of the wonder if that plays into both the confidence of the T. issue and also the the negative side you have water who's going to be tired of the sport what went down the Bolam Wofford will bring some pressure in back porch but in the whole world went back there to challenge IT Tuesday on now the pressure drops offices they'll brings it into the front porch the left side basketball hello hi this largest lobbying but settling the drumming Rodriguez in the paperback Hodges off the glass to is your place the the post cut to the basket the vendor doesn't have active this is gonna be their houses with a fist to finish sixty six fifty two E. D. S. two hundred three minutes to go driving in traffic growing up in missing every thing was Murphy was trying to draw contact get the bucket or all of the above and got none of it you T. S. C. with the rebels slowing the pace again Tuesday we'll just pull back out with two forty to go thirsty for sales please take her time spread the floor take your time but you don't wait too long you still want to attack down the stretch it seems very physically looking short shock what situation six of the shot clock now in Hodges corporate office of values wow the lady in the Trevor still time now to twenty seven to go yes you were the sixty six fifty.
"hundred three minutes" Discussed on 365 Movies in 365 Days: A Daily Movie Podcast
"That they drown. What did something else happened to them? It is my personal belief that the fog is a way to symbolize the the troopers did get the dogs with the bullets and they are in that dark place that the Fox talked about but they just don't know it and they're swimming out to this island this magical island in which they will not feel any pain anymore and maybe that's just my hope that that's what actually happened to them. In the original novel they get rescued at the last moment but that was in the original story that was told by Adams in his book say didn't make it but the publisher didn't like that he thought that's a little dark so he changed it. I remember remember the first time I watched this movie. I cried. Oh boy that I cry and how can you not help but cry. I mean it's an impactful story rate. These dogs escaped from Warren torture and then go into another. Torture and then you're left wondering what happens to them. There's no clear cut you know typical Hollywood ending where you know that the outcome is safe for good or bad. It's laughed very ambiguous as to what could really have happened to them. It's not everybody's Cup of tea. I know but it's an important film now. Is it a film that I would show my children. I don't have any children but even if I did hell no what I show this to them. Under no circumstances this is yes it's animated with under no circumstances what I ever show this to them and yet. I think it's an important thing to show them. I know maybe I'm being cruel but there does has come a point where children need to understand that death impacts was hall. It really does so a little bit of backstory on the plague dogs after the success a watership down which was also written and directed by Rosen. He decided to adapt another book by atoms this time it was the play dogs. This was Adam stirred novel. Now Adams did say that there is no such place asked this animal research laboratory because in reality laboratory places wouldn't have all these different types of animals however all the different types of experimentation that was happening on the animals is things that is happening out there not only back when he was written in the late seventies but continues to happen today and for what purpose I'm not sure while the release of the movie is given as December Sixteenth nineteen eighty three this is only for a test screening that that was done in Washington state it wouldn't be until January ninth nine hundred eighty five they would finally be given a limited release and that's when most critics reviewed it. It was in nineteen eighty five not nineteen eighty three currently has a sixty percent on rotten tomatoes with only five reviews bought the audience score is ninety percent and I'm guessing that it would have a higher score on rotten tomatoes of it had more reviews but with only five it's going to have a low rating now. There are two different versions of the film the original release which is one hundred three minutes in the shorter version which comes in at eighty six minutes for a very long time. I'm the only version you could find was the shorter eighty six minute version recently it will finally released on Blu Ray and it comes with both reasons so should you watch this movie. Yes watch it and I think about the themes afterwards should we be testing on animals is the pain and suffering of these animals teaching us anything. How do you feel about this? Ask yourself these questions. Ask Your children. These questions asked person next to you these questions and how would you feel you. were an animal and suffering was data day thing for you. How would you feel again more questions to ask yourself? I personally find it absolutely horrible. I think back at my rabbit and if he was real would he like that. I don't think so don't think so at all. The Art in this movie is beautiful to watch to see it's hand-drawn on there isn't any rotor scope or computer animation to help out. It's an old fashioned hand drawn movie and it's beautiful and yes the scenes are dark but not everything has to be sunshine in in roses because you know as much as I do that life is not like that but friendships are just as important and I think that's one of the other things draws me to this movie is it's themes about friendship. Her two dogs have enormous odds that they have to overcome to try to find that freedom that peace of mind but they're only going to do it if they stick together and they do they trust I each other even if they have different personalities and they see things in different ways they stick together and I think that's something we can think about in our own personal lives and in terms of society as a whole. We're all different but but even if we are different we can't get there. We can be more if we just stick together. I know sometimes it can seem overwhelming to try to agree with somebody who sees the world differently from you may be your that's now you know rough dog in. Maybe the person next to you seasons chipper and Hoeffel. Maybe I think this isn't going to work. We can't see eye-to-eye but trust me. We all want the same things don't so what came after this well John Hart would go on to do King Lear nineteen eighty three and so what James Bowen but he would do another Shakespeare play nineteen eighty-three but he would do macbeth instead instead Christopher Benjamin who played Ralph wouldn't be seen on American screens again until two thousand sixteen with the legend Tarzan and so what came out that same week that the plague dogs came out originally in the U._K.. Eh well first blood. The first of the Rambo movies also came out that same as did Halloween three now as for the nineteen eighty five minor released it was up against a slasher movie that has been mostly forgotten by most those people call me later and it's actually pretty good movie made he likes slashers asks for the director. He really did indirect much after this with such a failure that the plague dogs really was he never really directed much after after this. Unfortunately I really WanNa thank you for joining me onto the show in remember you can follow us on apple podcasts Google podcasts spotify stitcher or any place you get your podcasting feed..
"hundred three minutes" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"To know him as an adult and i- whatever issues there were in the past with my brothers and sisters on his side there were some scars there that i didn't have to deal with so there you go done nelson again she's she's early fifties so ninety six is what they said so we probably met her when she was around twenty five or so and you actually met her you over here and you actually met her did yes she was there when we were there probably five or six years ago and yeah she's cool super cool so i knew the story and again ellie wasn't there elian joy weren't there when we went over there is lauren and the kids and we stayed at his house and he said can you just take the dogs so i want you to do of course take care of the dogs loved the dogs so we did we took care of the dogs and then she was there so she took care of him sometimes mostly we did she lives right next door yes exactly so she was out in the garage a lot working and we'd be going doing our adventures and stuff but we'd see her you know once or twice a day pretty cool store yeah yeah check it out it's again don nelson real sports bryant gumbel does the interview we'd willie nelson ochre dead poker guy it's everything off yeah really good and then of course the story at the end there where a daughter they didn't know about till she wrote him a letter about five or so picked up in dallas and and there you go so great piece check it out on h._b._o. real sports all right really cool to be joined by anthony slater anthony slater women talk to me he was our words insider and then he was gone for year and now he's back and it's very cool and he does a tremendous job with the ethic is latest piece kevin durant fifty million dollar question in the words annual wait for his answer is must read and he joins us now courtesy of the houma guest line hey anthony how are you I'm good. touching stuff i came into i know a man we played all the comedy stuff in the way everything and then you've got caught at the end with the with the daughter sorry man In my listening to HBO. very cool all right so the latest andreev we had andrea doll on today he said that he didn't think there was a rift whatsoever between the warriors and durant so let's let's start there anything you're hearing about some sort of rift that's that's been talked about i heard like the kind of report out there that he was like kind of kicked off with was a bit overblown but again andre would have more contact with kevin right now than i would kevin kind of has gone underground and really since the original cap injury you know he was he was around the team some after he injured the cap against the rockets but he didn't talk publicly separate one time and even when you tried to approach him with shorter than usual i'm trying to get back and then it seemed like he was going to talk in the finals of they didn't let them talk until what was going to be post game of game five he ripped the achilles leaves the arena on the third quarter and he's kind of gone underground since we're trying to guess anthony lake what what's important to him like wh what drives him you know him a little bit do you have any guesses whatsoever as to what will be the alternate arbiter in his decision making here like what what's going to be really important to him for this free agent decision i mean there's so many things and i think before the achilles perilously you know basketball on his basketball reputation which i think he was trying to kind of grab a hold of in in maybe ball could do a different way where i was going to be hey i'm gonna go to a team and kind of have my own in built around me almost like lebron l._a. but i think rightfully the security has made a pick about other things include long term health security the thing i wrote about today like that fifth year at bit him guarantee him when he thirty five years old to me and i put the example of my story today he can just look back five summer with carmelo gets a five year one twenty chris bosh gets five years like one eighteen billion at the time that made sense right okay yeah you get chris bosh and carmelo with that look five years from now both of them are basically out of the league so to me that's important i don't know that the warriors would even really be in this week stake if all if every team could just offer the same contract but there's a reason to put it in i think very much help stores anthony slater good enough to join us from the f. it make sure you follow him on twitter is well once sunday hits and all this stuff's going on anthony is always a great follow but you wanna make sure that you're falling at anthony fee slater's you pointed out fifty million at age thirty five and you brought up the bausch in the mail the other thing you also put in their thirty six thousand nine hundred three minutes and look when he comes up this achilles he's going to be thirty two years old he's got to start thinking about his mea mortality doesn't he yeah you already have i've had these conversations with them in the past especially you know again he led the n._b._a. the thunder used to run them into the crowns forty minutes and night lead the n._b._a. in minutes three times and i seven years and that he was playing in the summer of those videos used to pop up or hayes at rucker park as planned in the street ballgame to dc and then eventually right before that a._b._c.'s and he had just won the m._v._p. that come out and say hey we found a jones fracture in his foot and then that was like a really complicated recovery at three surgeries he had the screw kinda got loose and was best with a split he had a bone graft procedure where they took some of the bone from the peel and and put it in a foot like that i remember coming up at number one he was less athletic then he was earlier in his career and he was talking about that i mean still obviously unbelievable productive but and then the other thing was just he couldn't play as much summer boss i it's something he's already examined and then now i mean i can imagine not only making the huge long-term position right now but he's staring down foot which is completely immobile what two three weeks removed from the worst injury can have so he's definitely taking all that into account it's no longer hack and just do a one in one next summer i'll just go get the same amount of money i think there's a lot more long-term security at stocks anthony based on what you know is there any reason to believe he blames anybody for what happened in game six you know i think he you know i think he's naturally you know thought about it i mean if if i was him i would kind of go back through the last month and been like without the right you know advice i got you know i i don't know what he was told none of us really know what exactly went on behind the scenes but i definitely like examine it because he's you know he's a corporation himself and this was maybe the worst day in his corporation's history right i mean i it's this is such a destructive injury lose him not only you know amount of money over the next ten years which is amount of like fame in you know he's going to be unhappy year can you imagine you know going through the rehab is about to go through so i it it but again he has been he's such a truth teller when he wants to be and he will i assume have so pretty honest interviews come out at some point over the next eight months but now it's just not the time seven days before free agency for him to put out his true feelings on it so so i i don't know try i've tried to kind of have those but he i don't think he's ready to do it got it anthony slater joining us from the good piece today on kevin durant kevin durant is facing a fifty million dollar question of the words for the four great summer await his answer and he talks about as he says the assessment of the situation as it stands right now we i i read something today that said now james dolan is a little bit nervous with the knicks to potentially give him that that max contract we hear the nets if kyrie goes there we've heard the clippers name obviously the words are in it as you see it what is kind of the pecking order as of today of where he goes i think it's nets warriors want to and the dick they're still looming i kinda think the clippers are out of it i think he achilles like i think the they're really it was the variable that hurts the knicks the most but we'll see you know again he's playing it so close to the vest but i think the fact that he's in new york it's kind of a telling sign right now where he's spending his summer but if i if i again if i had to go pecking order i go nets like they warriors than next so for the war is obviously best-case scenarios durant stays but what if he doesn't stay well what's the best case scenario for the words if durant decides to leave what what's the best they can hope to get out of this i think they take a step back they they say you know what that's going to save about a billion dollars in the next half that eight right just all the tax then i think it take a bit more aggressive approach you can do something like you know dependent on if you if you knocked back shaun livingston's guaranteed to maybe july seven and you can put him to get a jay crowder attach a pick or something like that whereas if you make that move and kevin durant on the rosser it's a small move that costs you like sixty million in tax where if durant on the roster more.
"hundred three minutes" Discussed on Get Up!
"There will be none zero game of thrones spoilers this morning. Here's some big news. We've all come together like voltron Mingo Monday at bridge, Jefferson, all of a sudden looks a little less happy. It's because Jay Williams, his. This here for work. There's nobody stopping Draymond green from playing this way when Katie is on the quarterback actually completely false. He let me to finish his this. All we're trying to argue with. Somebody delighted is just to be working with the two of these guys. That is a lie. That's no good. No one else is allowed to have that print jacket RJ got on. Oh, that's good and ready to go. G JD buses the prop LeBron James field that this player in the NBA are the warriors better with Kevin Durant. Not on the absolute. I don't think so. I disagree. Coins sold actually on team Greg. I cannot believe thing that. Lucas the scoring margin for Milwaukee. Did anyone else enjoying calling him swagger? Let the words spoken the fab five is back. We've had a lot of fun here all along. I think that maybe I think my next incarnation, I should be little greeny. Little teak. Yuli artists Lulu in front of their name. They get older. They drop it didn't have any. Because most geniuses I will not be fully appreciated until long after my time on a rewrite the game that much anyways, you could see, we've got a jam packed house. And hopefully we'll keep it at two people talking at a time max in our final hour. We get up with not one, but two superstars live. You by chase. Here's what we've got we've got we've got the Greek free. One of the rising to the occasion, the other one not so much. That's a minute, plus the all they'd be eight teams are out, and there's a big snub, these flexed jail, as we'll see if he agrees, and what of Kevin Durant. Former teammates joins us live the sheds light on where the stones may go. And guess what? It's not where you're thinking. We've got all that, and more in a big our get up on ESPN starting with our game of the night the critical game five last night. They Milwaukee and the two superstars ready to try and leave their teams. That's that's we got Drake back on Jurassic Park at early on. It was Janas in transition. Jalen remains almost impossible to stop this. Jonah satis best you see the goal after brogden of less to lob over the top to the great free for the bucket, and one, no matter how many red shirts are he is still willing to take it to the hole, and finished strong. You don't cut off there. Right hand and transition, you put you on both just like this green that should have been an one as well. That's the only time I saw Danny green on night. He has zero point box led by three at halftime fourth quarter. It's we're going to show you back to back offense possessions. There is a rise in knots, down at three and then we'll step back here from collide. That's when you have a great flair they were zone enough, five people ready to help you just create space and knock down the three. Look at Drake fired up back home now. Here's Janas knocking down at three to the butter within two hundred three minutes to go. Here's an interesting sequence butter trailing by three broad in the corner. It's no good..
"hundred three minutes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Bruce, Springsteen pay tribute to his mom and his song. The wish the national retail federation estimates spending on mother's day. We'll hit a record this year. Topping twenty five billion dollars around eighty four percent of adults will honor their mothers or other women in their lives spending. An average of one hundred ninety six dollars for national gifts include flowers cards, and jewelry, but special outings and gift cards are also growing in popularity when he Gillette CBS as as twelve time for sports, here's WBZ's. Dave Lewis Red Sox the field with the two eighty two batting average for the month of may second American League and third best in the majors. More of the same an eight run third and the nine five win over the Mariners Cindy Leon with a three run Homer to highlight of the frame Mitch Moreland with his twelfth home run. The Rafael Devers went three for four Priscilla gave up four in the first then settled down going six two thirds to pick up the victory a playoff zoom in game. Number two on Sunday. Boston on top of Carolina. One game to none game starts at three o'clock eastern. The game today San Jose hosting St Louis game one of the western finals. The patriots continued to retool their wide receiving corps picking up Dontrelle Inman last year plan for the Coles. Twenty eight catches for three hundred four yards and three scores revolution tonight hosting San Jose, fifteen goals allowed over the last three matches changes needed to be made. Mike Lapper is the interim coach and the quakes meanwhile, rolling unbeaten in the last four and have not conceded a goal in two hundred three minutes. I'm Dave Lewis WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio.
"hundred three minutes" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Dancer. I think he was just kind of got paid to do. Happy to be you know, to go out there. Yeah. Yes. Some of the some of the older single ladies. Yes. Yeah. So but his name is good pool. So we'll check him out. Okay. Well, that I can't wait for you. I'm looking forward to that. Then what else do we have to give away here today? You can go to your money. You want that calm? The what's a special offer this week? We're going Larry invest like where we doing that. Because the fact that we're running the TV show investor bootcamp, which that is the giveaway in that episode of the TV just do the investor boot camp and give giveaway like four hundred books. Why are we doing this again apparently was popular by by popular demand? They wanted the investor bootcamp just to come back for more. So, yeah, if you want the book think active invest like Warren Buffett, it's your it's your opportunity once again folks that that's the book Larry's federal wrote in L, and I did the forward four. So while you're there, you can check out other financial resources like the basics guide retirement lifestyles social security handbook in hundreds of other educational videos. Hey, speaking of social security as well. The twenty fifth of this month should be Thursday. Hit us, and we're doing on lunch and learn here at the office, Brian wolf, he's one of our planning strategists is is going to get up and talked all about social security. So if you want to come in and grab a sandwich come to the office twenty fifth of April. So here's the number. If you want to join us at that. Well, you don't just go to our website and figure it out there, your money or wealth dot com. Your money won't that? That's easiest way. If you wanna come to our lunch. Learn it's on Thursday, the twenty eighth twenty fifth. Thank you. It's Thursday starts at around eleven. I think we've finished up at twelve thirty get a little salmon. She off you go on your day. Can you learn about social security to this wonderful Brian wolf to wonderful wonderful? He's he's never been pronounce his last month directly. What what? So I agree with you. It's a wolf with Adele. Okay. What else? Do you got their tax planning guide here? Monday, April fifteenth and a season God. Yeah. You you even filed on that last night. Oh, you did not use just extended got got a little. Yeah. You paid some because there's some fine tuning on your return Bill to go CPA. Yes. Got it was a few things that I have to find such as charity golf tournaments. Yeah. I forgot how much I paid though. So you know, you have to deduct the fair market value of what you received the round. Yes. Yes. Of course. Yes. Okay. But I mean, the round at some dog track was fifty hundred bucks. I would agree with that. And I extend it extended over the weekend. So you can extend you can go tell temper fifteenth, but you have to pay the taxes that you expect. Oh, and people say, well, but you haven't filed how do, you know? Well, you'd better be pretty close because if you underpay then you're going to be penalized. There's late payment penalty and interest payments. Both what is the late payment penalty? It's half a percent per month or any part of a month which works out to six percent a year. And then it's three percent interest rates have figure it's it's around nine percent annually with that. You know? I love stats. Yes. CPA? Okay. So here we go. All right. The number of tax returns received by full fifth. According to the IRS was one hundred three thousand three thousand million one hundred three minutes. Sorry. Thousand three thousand one hundred three million, okay? Ninety four percent of those were electronically filed. So only six percent are actually returns at this point. And of those that are electrically filed. Fifty six percent are prepared by tax professionals and forty four percent are prepared by the individual taxpayer probably using turbotax or something like that. Yeah. The average. Let me ask you this. Because I know that only about forty nine percent of the population files a return. That is correct. So what is the population now? Well, it's three hundred thirty million something like that. Okay. So you got one hundred fifty million that if that are finally wish and then so you said by April fifth about a hundred and ten million about forty million one hundred three so, and I don't I don't know. How many filed that last week? I betcha there's still going to be thirty forty million at least. Yeah, let's say three hundred seventy six million visits to the IRS website during this tax season to pay their bills. Well, questions questions the IRS. That's that averages out to three point six per taxpayer. The number of refunds were seventy seven million nine hundred thousand that that was down over a million. So about a million people less million seven million got refund. A million people. Let's not get a refund. No a million less than last year a million dollars or a million people and the average refund went from two thousand eight hundred sixty four dollars to. Two thousand eight hundred thirty three. About the same about the same. Even though there was all the hoopla. Yeah. People were not going to get their refunds and that was gonna hurt the economy because people use the refunds to go on vacations or buy new cars, they got thirty one dollars. Let okay. Well. Yeah. Right of your type of beer rates. Right. Yeah. So the Pete let's see sixteen sixteen nine million. Let's say sixty nine million folks get their refunds deposited directly into their account. So that's about eighty nine percent. And I bring that up Joe because I still have people ask me about this. They say, do you think it's safe to give the IRS here Bank number and a lot of people don't want you. And I and I understand that in this day and age of fraud, and that sort of thing there. I mean, there's some people just wacko. But sit here's my answer to that is the IRS already knows your Bank numbers. So it it's it's okay. To put it on your return. So I got a question for you. There was this a hypothetical situation that flowed through the office that there was a individual that was seeking financial planning help. Then had. Had a several hundred thousand dollar IRS Bill for the last twenty some odd years won't they started garnishing wages surely there. Yeah. So that when when does that usually happen because what the wife was stating was that? Okay. Well, you know, he just he goes he gives his paycheck. He goes to a cash chicken place gets everything in cash bury this stuff in the backyard. You know, that type of person share imagine if they would just garnish the wages. Yes. The tip. Typically, the what what happens is if you have a tax liability that you haven't paid they'll start getting letters letter after letter, and they want you to respond say how you're gonna pay and either you pay it in. Yep. You know with with the with the letter, or if you can't pay it you set up a payment plan or you can do what's called an offer in compromise. Which means that you you're you're you're basically giving them an offer I owe one hundred thousand but I'll give you ten grand. And then the IRS looks at that. And assesses your situation. If you have if you have a net worth of over one hundred thousand that's no dice. They're not gonna take the ten grand. But if you've got a network of negative ten thousand and you're older with a terminal disease. They would be glad that take ten thousand dollars. So when you hear these ads for the for these people that help you for your taxes lower. I got the tax hundred thousand down to ten thousand dollars. It's because there's a fact pattern like that. That's not the usual fact better. But all right. We gotta take I'm sorry. I was just going to say if you didn't qualify if you qualify for those or if you just ignore them, then they will garnish your wages and do other stuff like that, put leans on your house and stuff. We gotta take a break. Don't go anywhere shows. Go your money, awhile AM, seven sixty talk and breaking news design and remodeling has created stunning outdoor living areas at.
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"To Geico dot com. And in fifteen minutes, you could save fifteen percent or more on car insurance. The offense was okay. The first twelve minutes. It was nineteen eighteen Texas Tech was seven and a half to play in the first half the teams combined. I seven points in the final seven thirty six though of that first half both shot thirty percent in the opening twenty minutes. It was twenty three twenty one Texas Tech at the break in Michigan state's offense struggles continued early in the second half starting at going on the shot clock. For booty moody around the screen flips the pass over to Edwards Edwards driving baseline. Edwards screaming past cashews Whitson who commits his second personal foul and Texas tackle up its largest lead thirty eight thirty one with a chance for one more the law and Edwards would hit the free throw to put the red raiders thirty nine thirty one. And all that with the big twelve player of the year Jarrett Culver scoring just one point to that point and to Rico and go onto the bench with an ankle injury. Yet, it was the other grad transfer that opened things up they say off the with Bob. He's able to corral waits for help gets that help Mooney. The transfer. From South Dakota moody, MAC up with nine to shoot step back three on the right way. His. Boody has twenty forty eight thirty five Texas Tech. He's a very capable score. He averaged nearly nineteen game Jimmy and his two years at South Dakota, not called upon as much with Texas Tech. But man, oh man is he showed and you've seen every red raider game to the final four because you were in Tulsa, you're in Anaheim he has showed in big moments. He can be a big time player because he understands time and scored how to get to a spot. Rarely does he make a mistake regards to taking off balance or out of pocket shot that puts his defense in a precarious situation that comes with maturity, but also a great understanding of the game. And how he could get a shot. He doesn't settle. He gets inside. If he doesn't have any make to play with the last two games thirty nine points in the last two games shows that he has the ability and critical situations to make big time shots twenty two of those came tonight they were up by thirteen but Michigan state with locked down defensively and slowly. But surely just a Jim Jackson told me in the booth Spartans would get back into it. Tend to shoot Budi driving Buni to the ram shop. Henry police fall down three hundred three minutes to go. Winston ahead to.
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"From Milwaukee to clean it up. Panthers up. My one hundred three minutes left in this first half. Still for Milwaukee. De'andre Abram with ten Darius ROY with ten. Right. Fades right of the lane and misses that one too strong. Pretty good defense there by j McCall the forest Milwaukee's Jake right into a fadeaway tough one from seventeen feet away to twenty seven to go in the half Panthers. Clinging to a one point lead on a given go inside and the pick and roll works with Evan hall finishing it off. He's got six and now you back in front thirty four thirty three. Panthers have missed eight of their last nine shots shooting. Forty eight percent now for the game Abram steps to his left launches in and out back again, a favorable role for de'andre Abram that'll bring a grandma ear to ear grand for the Andrei Abram as he backtracks to play defense, Milwaukee thirty six thirty four Abram with thirteen that was his third three. One forty left in the half Panthers up to Monette out top from a call. Route of the lane Evan halls deck out Monette nicest way in the paint goes with the left hand off the Mark and that's a shot clock violation because that shot. Mccall.
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"Saga taking another turn today in Charlotte. The pelicans star addressing reporters at all star media day. You says the Celtics are on his list of preferred destinations despite the previous reports to the contrary. In fact, he says he'll play anywhere New Orleans trades him to I'm willing to go play for that team. I mean, I have no patrolling their jobs are played basketball. No matter where you know, when that time comes, you know. Let's say I don't be afraid to twenty twenty twenty twenty one and I'm gonna test, but. But. No matter where they tried to play basketball. And that's what I'm gonna do. Davis suffered a shoulder injury in New Orleans. Final game before the break. You says he plans to play in tomorrow night's all star game the festivities continue with all star Saturday night later, the slam dunk contest, featuring miles bridges of the hometown Hornets. Dennis Smith junior of the next John Collins of the hawks and the thunder's Hamadu Diallo also in Charlotte today. NBA Commissioner Adam silver announcing the league will start a twelve team league in Africa that will begin play in two thousand twenty top twenty five college hoops, number six Michigan keeps rolling dusky an open look for three. Widely followed his legs on that fifty seven forty six. Michigan hundred three minutes to play in that three helped seal it they pull away to beat Maryland sixty five fifty two to go to twenty two and three Matt Shepard had that call from learfield. IMG college. Elsewhere number four Virginia a six point win over Notre Dame. Sixty to fifty four eighth ranked North Carolina all over Wake Forest. Ninety five fifty.
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"There's a reason why falls are so dangerous for older people. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. CNN's chief medical correspondent. I can't tell you. How many times my kids have fallen? But it's typically not a big deal because they're young. But if my parents were fall, it might be something to worry about that's because when older people fall, they're far more likely to break bones, which can be a bigger problem. Breaking a hip can confine an elderly person to bed for weeks or months significantly increasing the risk of pneumonia in other infections, a broken rib can be dangerous even deadly. If it punctures blood vessels the lungs or other organs after one fall, it's most important to make sure a parent or grandparent doesn't fall again that might mean moving the furniture around in their living space making a Justice to their daily routine or just offering them a little bit of extra help when and where they need it. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. Helping you live a better life. The falcons play here on Xtra sports thirteen hundred. Three minutes and forty eight seconds left in a wild second period. Air force on the US a power play USAA. We know what it means to serve trailer to one to Sacred Heart. It was two nothing air force wins the draw. They get the puck to the blue line. They play catch with it up front cook. In the middle of the umbrella on the powerplay setup gets to the left side. And a feedback to cook. At the blue line bad past goes, all the way up the ice in the air force end. Not sure what air force was attempting to to right there. For the falcons regrouping here. They come again left to right on the power play rimmed him by pheno trying to pick it up goal line. Your side is Dirk and couldn't get there in time and another by Sacred Heart pioneers doing a job on the penalty kill so far killed off. The I forty seconds air force. Trying to bring it up and get set against stone. Coming up the left wing off the gourds dumps it in goes into the corner after it wins. The stick battle feeds to the blue light tomato from Raja's back high in the slot to Alex Maynard back to Mirages nearside Mirage of swigs. I see throws went down the slot. At one is redirected wide picked up behind the net by air force that out to Murad at the point gifted at the blue line hind the slot to Maynard back to Mirages gets a front for redirect by stone. And that one is knocked down off the stick a stone and cleared by Sacred Heart. So.
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"It in that time he got the baseline step and was able to muscle it in around Jordan blunt. Gotta stick with it. And he did Panthers by four largest lead of the night. So far for the black and gold after a crossover spins hangs off the Mark advanced Johnson clears for Milwaukee. Panthers. Plus three on the glass right now. Abram crossover three ball off the front. Ribbit dropped in. When it's gone, right? You get those kind of drops de'andre Abram fourteen points in this first half in Milwaukee up by seven here's the driving layup that falls for Godwin Bowen Panthers had been on an eight zero run over the last sixty five seconds before the Bowen shot twenty seven twenty two Milwaukee by five hundred three minutes left in the half. Is the Panthers offense is right now in as smooth a group as it's been all night, right? Poked out turned over ATI back. Johnson. Bodied fouled Panthers bench thought he played good defense in transition Paul cells saying he got him with the body. I against Vance Johnson number six against Milwaukee as a teen, and we'll step aside to forty three remaining in the first half twenty seven twenty two Milwaukee in the lead Panthers basketball on NewsTalk eleven thirty W. I.