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"inec" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"inec" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"This next listing in a few moments. But first the details and the witch get Yeah. So this one just hit the market at 2 25, and the address is 5004 Brooke Lauren Lane in Raleigh, located in the subdivision of Riverside. This home is 13 97 Square feet. It's a three bed 2.5 bath home built in 2004. So this is a move in ready and unit town him with a fence yard. This three bedroom home features new carpet throughout. Washer and dryer. Large family room with gas log fireplace, an abundance of natural light and is an INEC spectacular Raleigh location community to buy 40 schools, shopping and restaurants. The white Cabinet kitchen, both new laminate flooring and tons of counter space. The master suite has a vaulted ceilings, dual vanity and a walking closet. The secondary bedrooms are very spacious out back. We have a a private patio in a side yard, which is just perfect for entertaining. So, of course, and unit town homes do not last long, especially at a price point of 2 25. So if you would like additional information or to be pictures of this listing of the week at 5004 Brooke Lauren Lane in Raleigh, just text the word savvy to the phone number 21000 once again to get more details on 500 for Brooke Lauren Lane in Raleigh, which is and unit town home. Just text the word savvy. That is spelled s a d. D y to the phone number 21,000. It's a nice little property. I love those those in unit town homes. This one's just well appointed nice little landscaping in front as well. And That's actually pretty significant little backyard fenced in little backyard there for a town home usually sure is. Yeah. Don't don't allow a fenced in kind of private area. So, Yeah, This is wonderful. Be great for like a detached him. Yeah, be great for pet owners as well Just to make that even easier for Quick relief moments versus having the leash up in that kind of thing, so very convenient, really like this one. This is great, great price 10.2 and the fun location and rally Knicks to just tons of things to go and do If you want to check out more details on this home text the word savvy to the number 21,000. We'll text right back a link that you can click on view pictures and more information again. This.

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"inec" Discussed on AP News

AP News

14:17 min | 2 years ago

"inec" Discussed on AP News

"To Los Angeles county sheriff's deputies are shot multiple times and critically wounded as they sat in their patrol car in what officials say was an ambush by a lone gunman it happened Saturday evening in Compton surveillance video shows the shooter I did buy one of the deputies as a man walk up to the car and opened fire share file to build a waiver says his deputies were ambushed INEC Howard Lee fashion this is just a sovereign minor that this is a it's a dangerous job and you know actions words have consequences and our job is not get any easier because people don't like law enforcement in a way that says one deputy is a 31 year old mother of a 6 year old the other a 24 year old male both sworn into the force 14 months ago both underwent surgery I'm Julie Walker

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2 California deputies shot in apparent ambush in patrol car

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

2 California deputies shot in apparent ambush in patrol car

"To Los Angeles county sheriff's deputies are shot multiple times and critically wounded as they sat in their patrol car in what officials say was an ambush by a lone gunman it happened Saturday evening in Compton surveillance video shows the shooter I did buy one of the deputies as a man walk up to the car and opened fire share file to build a waiver says his deputies were ambushed INEC Howard Lee fashion this is just a sovereign minor that this is a it's a dangerous job and you know actions words have consequences and our job is not get any easier because people don't like law enforcement in a way that says one deputy is a thirty one year old mother of a six year old the other a twenty four year old male both sworn into the force fourteen months ago both underwent surgery I'm Julie Walker

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"inec" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"inec" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Jeep that was going over to Europe loaded with a carton in INEC carton had oil in raids and jumper cables and tools and oriel and whatever they would need in case something broke down what the port of New York his commander said to him you know guarantee we have all the stuff waiting for us in England and made my day I take everything off every single vehicle New York and my dad had they had nothing waiting for them not even toilet paper so my dad had to barter toilet paper for three hundred man each man got two sheets of toilet toilet paper or three hundred nine oh my nothing we can relate to that right now I think so he had a lot of memorable stories he loved being in England and my father was at day two of the day and my father was at Utah beach goodness knows those are those are really important stories I'm sure you're very very proud of him and right thank you do you want your server my father was in the battle of the bulge on all the way to work the liberation of Dachau and Buchenwald in my opinion at the story and told me six months before he passed of the story of them coming across looking walled but and help you hadn't had the March everybody in from the village and help very every single prisoner of war or leverage them their health and their age but I do have a a letter from general Patton if you would allow me to read it I think it's ever so important my father loved general Patton as the manager of the hundred and twentieth trip away gun battalion my father said general Patton was a soldier and no a soldier's soldier please do go ahead says letters from general Patton to your dad this is to the man of the third army the soldiers of the third army past and present so it is written from headquarters of the army ATO four oh three general orders number ninety eight was written on may the ninth nineteen forty five is dedicated to the soldiers of the third army past and present your coach during the hunt two hundred and eighty one days of incessant victorious combat your penetration of advanced farther in less time than any other army and judiciary you have fought your way across twenty four major rivers.

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"inec" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"inec" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Around by the way the Nathan's hot dog contest will take place wow really yeah no crowds no crowds let's you know what there's a pandemic let's stop all over face budget hot dot net more than that I'm not gonna lie I kind of I'd like the idea of having to have a hot dog eating contest with masks on none where will they be space the lord you wearing last night for FIFA night we were socially distant thing I don't care where you wear masks they can tell you a sneeze can go like twelve feet I wish to INEC my fifth amendment right now we're gonna talk to Miller's wife I think sometime this week to get her impression on those four what do you mean this will I do that Jeff was telling us the story of the break to she's got her hands full yeah today is going to work out what's going on you know I mean there's there's there's kids in the house you know this is Miller started tell not yeah your kid falls down and needs stitches other kids do different things my kids turn ten on my kids lose cell phones and clothing I've seen the other side with while dealing with parents I think I'm much more relaxed whereas my wife when they want to bring other kids into the house during a pandemic and then it goes as diverse I mean we don't always see eye to eye and every parenting move it's just a matter of whose home L. house yeah so no I just think my I've seen the other side so I'm more relaxed when my kids do things that ten year old happened to my wife I don't think completely comprehends what the teenage years well you know what lies ahead for us and I don't think she's gonna handle the teenage witch years as well as I will let me just put it that way once once again I think tomorrow or Friday we're going to have to let Michelle speaking because the work you do and you can doing nothing but speaking for your wife or dare I say at your one it simply the observation I know my wife well I think she has she's gonna have to let go she lost control of a lot of things I think it's time for you to stop talking we got a naked man story coming up and remember it's Wednesday it's Florida or Ohio next.

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"inec" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"inec" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"You talk about that now you know I keep reading that like two or three grains of that stuff could kill a two hundred fifty pound man as it is there is a well known well Bendel is more deadly than than than heroin that's in and we see a lot of them but if you if you died from an overdose the head of channel you don't trust drop dead you sort of go to sleep you go to sleep and go deeper deeper sleep so that's why nor can can work on these things because if you have ever would or or or or Sentinel this time to give the antidote and then that went with them well happy it is it on a person goes to sleep and this time in in the first half an hour or an hour or more to resuscitate the person and but not it doesn't just could you drop dead when somebody happens to be squeezing INEC you know how is the family I don't know how any family holds up in a situation like this they're they're they're they're real you know I I I I spoke to the family on the phone because to find out any medical history and that's when they they had indicated they were going to the phone there is there is yeah I think you're in Texas or planter and and they were very very appropriate and very tried to be very helpful in telling me what medications he was on the what the ad in the prior illnesses of any significance diabetes or a heart disease and and and not he had well he had some hypertension that was you're great at what you do and it helps give answers to people that deserve them and it also helps us get to justice which we will get to in this case I am very confident of and I as always I thank.

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"inec" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"inec" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"On these things because if you have ever would or or or or exceptional this time to give the accident at the end and then went without well happy it it it okay a person goes to sleep and this time in in the first half an hour or an hour or more to resuscitate the person and but not it doesn't just could you drop dead when somebody happens to be squeezing INEC you know how is the family I don't know how any family holds up in a situation like this they're they're they're they're real you know I I I I spoke to the family on the phone because to find out any medical history and that's when they they indicated they're very good at the phone there there yeah I think you're in Texas or planter and and they were very very appropriate and very tried to be very helpful in telling me what medications he was on what we had in the prior illnesses of any significant diabetes or heart disease and and and not he had well he had some hypertension that was you're great at what you do and it helps give answers to people that deserve them and it also helps us get to justice which we will get to in this case I am very confident of and I as always I thank you my friend for being with us doctor of Michael bank thank you thank you for inviting me all best wishes and be careful of your martial arts as well our our prayers and best wishes to George Floyd certainly to ME I will I will tell them that thank you thank you Sir eight hundred nine four one showing you want to be part of the program by the way if you're one of twenty eight percent of U. S. adults that is online almost constantly that's almost that's well over a quarter of us well you may want to ask yourself what you're sending and receiving online every day even if you have password protected wifi because cyber criminals yes they're good at what they do that is hacking your connections that means they are getting your personal tax those you send or receive email sender receive website you you go to now if you want privacy in this day and age in this connected world Norton three sixty keep prying eyes out with Norton three sixty you get real time protection against existing emerging threats that could put your personal information at risk including device security it includes a virtual private network with bank grade encryption.

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"inec" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"inec" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"On these things because if you have ever would or or or or exceptional this time to give the accident and and then went without well happy it is it okay a person goes to sleep and this time in in the first half an hour or an hour or more to resuscitate the person and but not it doesn't just could you drop dead when somebody happens to be squeezing INEC you know how is the family I don't know how any family holds up in a situation like this they're they're they're they're real you know I I I I spoke to the family on the phone because to find out any medical history and that's when they they indicated they're very good at the phone there they are yeah I think you're in Texas or planter and and they were very very appropriate and very I'd be very helpful in telling me what medications he was on what we had in the prior illnesses of any significance diabetes or a heart disease and and and not he had well he had some hypertension that was you're great at what you do and it helps give answers to people that deserve them and it also helps us get to justice which we will get to in this case I am very confident of and I as always I thank you my friend for being with us doctor of Michael by thank you thank you for inviting me all best wishes and be careful of your martial arts as well our our prayers and best wishes to George Floyd certainly today may I will I will tell them that thank you thank you Sir eight hundred nine four one showing you want to be part of the program by the way if you're one of twenty eight percent of U. S. adults that is online almost constantly that's almost that's well over a quarter of us well you may want to ask yourself what you're sending and receiving online every day even if you have password protected wifi because cyber criminals yeah they're good at what they do that is hacking your connections that means they are getting your personal tax those you send or receive email sender receive website you you go to now if you want privacy in this day and age in this connected world Norton three sixty keeps prying eyes out with Norton three sixty get real time protection against existing emerging threats that could put your personal information at risk including device security it includes a virtual private network with bank grade encryption.

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"inec" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"inec" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"With M. INEC as a funhouse mirror of moral boundaries that's like wow that is so so what he says is like a lucky there are certain businesses that are right for looting and should be included because that sends a great message go to the big businesses the McDonald's the Starbucks never mind in the case of like a McDonald's those are franchise businesses yeah you got a franchise owner this is base effectively a small business owner who is dependent on a larger corporation for the supply of their products for the standards of the way they serve it for the practices of how to hire their employees those basic things but franchise businesses are each their own small business and that's what's happening in the guy in the case of a guy once a McDonald's you know there's one right there near the White House in fact ends which is by the way supplied a lot of food for White House visits of college athletes but this guy is basically saying look the McDonald's loot the Starbucks and they deserve it they're big corporations and I'm sure you're thinking what about the guy works there what about the minimum wage employees yeah or who are who are trying to make it by each day if they if they if they're even open at all right now because of the crown of are shut down who are trying to just make it through is it but it but remember they act as if black workers never get past the McDonald's and and the Starbucks and they're always minimum wage employees to work for those big corporations some of the work for the CDSs and I I work for you know McDonald's and and but I'm betting corporate higher ups you know what I'm saying some of the E. the actors if there and again this is the software system of the left and that you know they're they're not employed black people are unemployed they don't own any small business as a black person could possibly go to a McDonald's franchise in DC how could that possibly happen you're hurting the franchisee to your point is that they don't think that far ahead there is not I thought this is this is fueled by a generation that has been taught that their feelings are reality and if you challenge their feelings with facts they can't handle it they shut down they they they call you names they don't want to hear from you and that's that because they feel so strongly and so the idea that well you know what that could be owned by a black franchisee who owns that small businesses who hires a lot of black employees in this neighborhood look what you just did but they can't think that far doesn't think doesn't register all they see is McDonald's or whatever and big evil horrible corporation white man we have to bring it down and he said you're destroying the powerless and and rather than speaking truth to power you're just you're exacerbating the plight and you know I saw these two this video there's a man I forget what city in America but looters and rioters were trying to burn everything they get their hands on in the city and is almost man and he's got all this stuff piled up the Burnett the the riders are grabbing the homeless man's mattress he's got this ratty old mattress that he sleeps on thrown on top of the fire and he's trying to drag it off the fire to save his mattress because that's where he sleeps on a night yes we can treat the power when you burn a homeless man's mattress you're just destroying lives and making things worse for him and for everyone around him and you know we look at you know Minnesota the example of Stephanie well for this is cut thirty three I she spoke to a TV news grow she's a south Minneapolis resident a black woman and she speaks from the heart about how these riots have deeply hurt her Deborah and eight sounds like from your experience you see someone actually walking away with a cheese cake there after the cheesecake factory was looted there were no mascot now that is not the right kind of there's a there's a cut just prior to we've double able to cut thirty three just before there's a minute fourteen seconds long here's a Stephanie well for your frustrations I would love for you to share them.

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"inec" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"inec" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Away I saw my number five the guy talks to slow we're gonna start remember six year cans star last night with Laura Ingraham she said why is Obama wrong about the rule of law being at risk because they did this this has to do with it's it's a jumping from the CrowdStrike story to the the idea here that Mamas out there claiming that he doesn't know how somebody could be exonerated for perjury and of course when was never charged with perjury but this crown strike businesses the Russians meddled it all started somewhere folks can I believe it started with a bomb I believe it started the Obama White House I believe Obama and I'll explain this after I play these two sound bites but let's listen they can start because basically he's asking or are are asking what did Obama do when when did he do it the question why is Obama wrong about the rule of law being at risk because the department of justice dropped criminal charges against plan the motion to dismiss the general Flynn indictment size three is very very troubling for president Obama emerges not Chester what did the president know and when did he know it I would ask the further question what did the president do and when did he do and did he know that the department of justice was being completely circumvented by his director of the FBI agent how many leaks were James clapper huge question I'm gonna answer this is simple this is a simple answer but I got one more sound bite brit Hume who a lot of things are just nodding on brit Hume it's good it's great say he was sorry he was armed with Bret Baier last night and he also reacting to Obama claiming the rule of law is it risk with a case against flint is wrong if you're saying that the statement emerges at the very time when his name really for the first time many real evidence the way has come into the public it appears that the president had encouraged the justice department FBI not to tell Donald Trump about what they've been looking into with regard to flan although they were happy to tell him about the preposterous pee tape that was supposedly part of that long ago discredited dossier so we have some more to learn about what president Obama may have done and set about all this and whether he made directed the whole thing we don't have much to learn it's just the courage to INEC acknowledge it is all it takes let me ask you when you hear the question about whether Obama knew about the FBI targeting Flynn you think about operation fast and furious no that was that was Obama and Eric holder planting guns in American gun stores intending for them to be purchased and then given unsalted drug lords in Mexico so that the people would be outraged oh my god we did it was it was a ploy to get the American people who agree with stricter gun control measures in the and it blew up in their face but the point is that happened did that happen with Obama knowing about it what about Lois Lerner targeting conservative fundraising groups of the iris and denying them tax exempt status that happened they don't bother know about that here you know you want it was James call me exonerating Hillary Clinton from all of her crimes involving her illegal server and her emails the F. B. I. was targeting flan with phony allegations wise and false interviews you think call me woke up one day Hey I got an idea let's target the point is all of these things happened all of these targeted things happened to Republicans and conservatives they all happened during the Obama administration what are the odds he didn't know about any of it they are very long if you ask me they're now starting to ask what did Obama know when they don't know what one of the bombing do and what did he do it and Obama has stepped in it by starting to rip trump on this coronavirus response it's causing people to take a look it's a it it it could be a big big political blunder.

New show 'Defending Jacob' is a homecoming for Chris Evans

All Things Considered

01:30 min | 2 years ago

New show 'Defending Jacob' is a homecoming for Chris Evans

"Superhero movie star Chris Evans plays a more down to earth role in defending Jacob it's a limited series on apple TV plus about a prosecutor whose son is accused of murder NPR's TV critic Eric deggans says the show which debuts today fits into a troubling trend in television there was a growing genre of TV drama in our streaming saturated times that I have given INEC the almost quality drama now these shows have big stars lofty concepts gritty premises and huge ambitions but they're not quite good enough to be the next handmaid's tale or succession if there were fewer streaming services around they might not have even gotten may which brings us to apple TV pluses defending Jacob and the character played by star Chris Evans Andrew Stephen barber can you state your occupation please as an assistant district attorney in this building for ten years was so you're no longer employed as a prosecutor for Middlesex County is that correct yes that's right any barber is sitting in some sort of proceeding answering questions from a supercilious prosecutor about the worst of it and his family's life playing Barbour Evans hides the chiseled good looks that made him such a hit as Marvel's Captain America behind a bushy brown beard and an air of defeated resignation but let's not move too fast here first consider the crime that set all this

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"inec" Discussed on X96

X96

12:47 min | 2 years ago

"inec" Discussed on X96

"The crown very much so yeah all right west Jordan primary suspect was named a yesterday in the shooting deaths of west Jordan couple of police announced that they are looking for Albert INEC Johnson of west Jordan in connection with the killing of Tony Butterfield and Catherine Butterfield hours later Johnson's wife the guy they're looking for his his wife was arrested for allegedly helping her husband escape according to a police affidavit Sena at Johnson the wife was arrested for investigation of structure of justice and tampering with evidence warning to the affidavit Mr Johnson had information regarding the Barbourfields deaths but continued to falsify ms Johnson the wife but continued to falsify her knowledge of what occurred in an interview with the police she withheld the whereabouts of the suspect and falsified her recounts of what occurred and her involvement it is known that she had contact with the homicide suspect on multiple occasions prior to and after the homicide Johnson also allegedly disposed of items of evidentiary value according to the cops you say they believe Mr Albertina Johnson killed Tony and Catherine Butterfield but they're not saying why why that might have happened they don't believe the killings were random Mr Johnson was known to the broader fields in some way wasn't like it was like I'd never seen him before they knew who he was it was not a random act we do believe it was a targeted act of violence and an isolated act a police didn't reveal on Monday how the Butterfield's new Johnson or a possible motive for the crime of a therapy you know that you can tell they're holding that back they they do have some now yeah yeah may have some idea at any rate they they do say this much we believe the police are saying we believe the Butterfield the the the the deceased were absolutely true victims they didn't have any role in this we don't believe there was any criminal activity on their part or anything like that just a terrible situation horrific their bodies were firm found early Saturday in their home more at their home and there were three young children in the home of one of the most an infant I believe on her unharmed all three children under the three children under the age of four so there you go SO terror also while Singapore seem to have the corona virus under control and tell it didn't yep after recording what happened what did they well here let's let's look into that showing according to its first corona virus after recording its first coronavirus case on January twenty third the prosperous city state Singapore meticulously traced the close contacts of every infected patient while keeping a sense of normalcy on the streets borders were shot to populations likely to carry the contagion and although businesses stayed open ample testing and treatments were free for residents but over the past so that so that so they did all that but they didn't walk things down yeah but they were very aggressive and how they traced the disease and and and they did isolate certain it's a certain populations so I would I would suspect certain neighborhoods and things like that but over the past few days with Singapore's coronavirus caseload has more than doubled with more than eight thousand cases confirmed as of yesterday the highest in the southeast in Southeast Asia most of the new infections are within crowded dormitories where migrant laborers live unnoticed by many of the countries richer residents and it turns out unnoticed by the government itself because they don't care unlike unlike us and how we how we deal with the for instance the immigration mass immigration from Mexico the government of Singapore turns on on on a a blind eye to that sort of thing the people come from all because Singapore's very prosperous people come from all over the world the in the region and the world even to work almost as slaves in Singapore and eight and the government kind of just doesn't pay much attention to them because they're what makes the **** what makes Singapore tech of the spread of the corona virus in the city state suggests it might be difficult for the United States Europe and the rest of the world to return to the way they were anytime soon even went viral curves appear to have been flattened because they didn't think they had it under control in Singapore and they said well we got it under control it's kind of make sure that everything is fine I will go back to normal everybody it just hasn't worked nope the it looked like it was going to and and then it didn't so here link just to get it back and I again which I were still isn't carer but all the epidemiologists have said if you do this this will happen and there you go I want to get back to normal to the Utah health department is released numbers for Utah yesterday updated numbers regarding the coronavirus here are there now three thousand two hundred and thirteen confirmed cases that's up from a hundred and forty four on Sunday twenty eight Utahns have died from corona virus an increase of one since yesterday hospitalized hospitalizations or two sixty eight of nine from the last release of sixty eight thousand three hundred and eleven have been tested for coronavirus that's up four thousand seven hundred fifty six from Sunday the Utah department of health's Daily News conference epidemiologist Angela Dunn said Utah's seeing a five percent growth in coronavirus cases we're starting to see a bit of a flattening of the curve though she said she would like to wait and see if there is a decrease next week on opening the economy Angela Dunn said we will look for a drop in case rate and we have to be careful not to exceed hospital capacity when things do change they will happen slowly and they will be data driven the mayor of Salt Lake City Erin Mendenhall said Salt Lake City is not ready to begin loosening stay at home restrictions areas of the city continue to see some of the highest transmission rates of the virus in Utah areas of Salt Lake and one of several reasons it needs some tailored and data driven approach to the health crisis the mayor said our vulnerable communities are the most severely impacted again that's people on the west side people in nursing homes of people incarcerated and Salt Lake County mayor Jenny Wilson says she was just disappointed and very angry by the rally that drew over a thousand people to Washington Square in Salt Lake to protest government restrictions she said the rally was an egregious violation of the Salt Lake county's public health order banning mask out of the gatherings and she said anytime you have a thousand people gather you could potentially have more cases any life lost you're responsible you're responsible is heartbreaking and it makes me angry she said I don't know if you guys saw Carlin's post Carlin tall brother friend Carl and he said I just found out my grandma Lorraine's nursing home is confirmed its first case of co med I know the medical professionals they're doing everything in their power to keep her safe I just hope you all are doing everything you can to help stop the spread even if you think it will affect you please think of other more vulnerable people I sure would absolutely love to be able to visit my grandma after this passes she's a strong remarkable woman and I love her everyone stay safe and cherish your loved ones so I just bought Carlino we're thinking about you and your grandma oil prices plunged below zero yesterday so do we get money when we still think the zero dollars per barrel out of the doesn't quite work that way now that does mean that gas prices probably will go down for a little while but then the price per barrel was back up again today now not reproach is tremendously high but but I don't know you know certainly wasn't zero was thirty something dollars a barrel that will affect gas prices even further down the road because they they buy inside I know it's stupid the way they do it finally this story while many people been stocking up on canned goods during the corona virus it's important to remember that canned food doesn't last forever many cans have a long shelf shelf life but twenty five years might be stretching it a little bit a Twitter user going by the name of dinosaur Dracula Katie that's the experience shared his experience online as he opened a can of spider man soup from nineteen ninety five now I don't think it actually contains real spider man in it I think it's just a a advertising thing as I recall of this soup now before he open the can he said and I've seen pictures of it the can was very corroded mmhm you don't handle bits of rust on it and the process of opening the can was documented each step of the way with dinosaur Dracula showing off photos of can being opened along with the photos he wrote I put the can opener to work unsettled by the rust but emboldened by the lack of noxious fumes I turned the knob and winds unable to rule out the possibility that the contents of mutated into something a lot of a malevolent pulling the top off of the contents of the camera revealed and the results were pretty gross they say tragedy plus time equals comedy dinosaur Dracula road but there's nothing funny about fifteen ounces of spider man chef boy Ardee pasta rotted into a three ounce trump he yeah so so you don't need old spider man suit because the message here and he said he said recalling the fate of Jordy Verrill and Creepshow I'm thankful for my rubber gloves well and and whoever wrote this story inaccurately said that it was soup yeah it's it's it's it's spider man shaped pasta mini meatballs in tomato sauce yeah the chef boy Ardee self if I remember your lawyer D. shepherd boy RT who was you know it off Hitler really didn't die in the bunker he he I went underground for a while men assume the identity of chef boy Ardee a lot of people don't know that but that's a really yeah all right that's it sports weather traffic traffic I don't know if you made this a border Canada bill so stop me if I will did camper bay Buccaneers new quarterback do you need to stop me no no since our Tom Brady moved down to Florida you know they're not they're not really practicing now but you gotta stay in shape because they fit you gotta work out yeah and and you know obviously Tom's living in a tiny apartment readers never yard all I can no he's living in what's his name a rod's mansion yeah favourites a tiny mansion with no yard at all he can't yeah where there's no gym there he can't work out so he went out to a Tampa public park which is closed and he got rousted by the cops now the first stories that came out about this said Tom Brady was cited C. I. T. E. D. at a park for being in a park working out that means ticketed or yeah well it was closed but it's not true now the mayor of Tampa said no no no you misunderstood me I said Tom Brady was cited SI G. H. T. Nicene I seen him I seen him and we told him to go home so not actually sided with the ticket but still out working out in a park that was closed because he.

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"inec" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"inec" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Wanna be part of a program right northeast governors you wanna trump proof your re opening plans go trump proof it you give it you ask for the freedom the choice to do it your way I had governor Cuomo on yesterday governor I I gave you my best ideas fifty percent New York City work force works from home everybody gets a temperature check going into a New York building everybody has to wear even indoors mask and gloves that's my plan they got to eat in INEC combined area where there's a lot more social distancing them the six to ten feet as it relates I would open Citi field and Yankee Stadium every pet everybody that works in the stadium players trainers coaches food handlers ticket takers all of them have to have a covert nineteen test the Yankees I'm sure the Mets I'm sure will be glad to do that and everybody if you want to go these are the rules temperature check on the way in you have to drink your beer through a straw you can get a hot dog take a bite chewing on the respirator but you can't eat popcorn because that means you can keep your respirator on that's it if that's the choice either I go that way or don't tell I'm going to go that's you know that's how you open things up I'm so sorry to hear about your brother's heart attack thanks he's okay now but it really got me thinking about my family you know could my wife still pay our mortgage if I had a heart problem okay my kids to go to college that is really scary you should call my life insurance agent health IQ when I got life insurance for my family last year these save me forty one percent.

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"inec" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"inec" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"You wanna be part of a program all right northeast governors you wanna trump proof your re opening plans go trump proof it you give it you ask for the freedom the choice to do it your way I had governor Cuomo on yesterday governor I I gave you my best ideas fifty percent New York City work force works from home everybody gets a temperature check going into a New York building everybody has to wear even indoors mask and gloves that's my plan they got to eat in INEC combined area where there's a lot more social distancing them the six to ten feet as it relates I would open Citi field and Yankee Stadium every pet everybody that works in the stadium players trainers coaches food handlers ticket takers all of them have to have a covert nineteen test the Yankees I'm sure the Mets I'm sure will be glad to do that and everybody if you want to go these are the rules temperature check on the way in you have to drink your beer through a straw you can get a hot dog take a bite chewing on your respirator but you can't eat popcorn because that means you can keep your respirator on that's it if that's the choice either I go that way or don't go I'm going to go that's you know that's how you open things up news traffic and weather Tampa bay's news radio WFLA governor on the status was on hand for the opening of two walkthrough corona virus testing sites today in fort Lauderdale and pumping a beach the new site to the urban league on northwest twenty Seventh Avenue in fort Lauderdale and Mitchell more parking pompa no will cater to those who don't have transportation residents can show up from nine AM to six PM or make an appointment if they wish state officials say only four percent of unemployment claims in Florida been process so far those four percent of cases account for fifty million dollars Sanders.

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"inec" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

11:55 min | 2 years ago

"inec" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Call to schedule today I'm sad state INEC children place rules to stop the spread of the corona virus it seems more of us are turning to Facebook to stay in touch in data from scene at Facebook have a seventy percent increase in people using the social media giant for group video calls and the time spent on those calls has doubled whats app the global messaging platform owned by Facebook also said voice and video calls on its platform has more than doubled compared to this time last year as the social media platforms work to fight the spread of misinformation they're also being used by medical professionals and community leaders to stay in touch with patients and neighbors and Facebook hasn't expressed concern that the extra traffic will become problematic well the numbers show that Italy is the hardest hit country outside of China on Facebook some two million people have posted support for people in Italy and people in Italy are sharing their resilience during a challenging time posting pictures and video of their singing from balconies with box on tech Brett Larson fox news Tennessee wants to have a chance a one thousand dollars takes the nationwide he would hope to to order to order you get a confirmation text info center data mystery to blindness is what contest that focus to order to order every day to remember the forgotten me this is Sean Hannity show twenty five no till the top of the hour eight hundred nine four one Sean if you want to be a part of the program I will tell you that when all is said and done here there needs to be an accounting for the worst of the worst of the worst and it says it is the tool predictable groups of people you've got the do nothing Democrats with Russia Russia Ukraine Ukraine impeach impeach in the middle of a national emergency M. pandemic what are they doing well we've got to points representative James Clyburn a member who actually bragged and touted corona viruses a tremendous political opportunity to to take the helm of this investigative committee in the middle of the pandemic that they'll be investigating it is it is an epic spectacular fail the same group of people that held up needed monies with the with the relief package we're over a week why is they were fighting for Drummond drastic changes to election laws that they thought benefited them strangers can be bringing balance to the to the US mail but they don't have to present any ID just has to be sealed we will trust them and that anybody could drive up the day of the election and just poked it even and to prove citizenship nothing and then they're fighting for the national endowment for the arts seventy they got seventy five million national endowment for the humanities they got seventy five million the Kennedy center for the arts yeah so we're holding up monies desperately needed for hospitals and workers that are displaced through no fault of their own and small businesses and large businesses that have now had a grind to a halt I'm for these reasons and this is what they're now doing in the middle of a national emergency Donald Trump has to take time out of his busy day to answer the idiot Chuck Schumer here is New York again put him on the list the top of the New York the number one or two depending on what you choose DC or New York I'd say number one terror target in the entire United States they had no preparation plans at all it is unthinkable to me it is unconscionable to me they didn't even have the basics they didn't have the mass the gallons the shields the gloves they didn't have any of it some hospitals individually prepared others did not but yet all right incomes Donald Trump incomes the lead navy hospital ship thousand beds the comfort New York harbor up goes the Javits center three thousand bed hospital built by the army corps of engineers in less than a week OB goes all the other equipment every other equipment is being sent from the federal government Andrew Cuomo was advised it a pretty firm way because I have the whole thing in front of me two hundred some odd pages ventilator allocation guidelines New York state task force on life and law and and help them from the department of health you're going to be if there is any type of pandemic flu pandemics such as this one you're going to be shy sixteen thousand ventilators just under sixteen thousand what central core it goes back to the test results well we got two thousand actually ration president sends up four thousand four hundred where did where does Sandra put them in a warehouse unbelievable I need thirty thousand he barks orders he goes in he takes photo ops and every everything Donald Trump build for him and that is critical of president trump and by the way a great comparison to Gavin Newsom Gavin Newsom has done a really good job for the people of California never thought those words would come flying out of my mouth now you did say something stupid as well this can transform everything in America forever but it doesn't it's not a political time and W. the good the the the mayor of New York is just an idiot I mean I don't even know what else to say about this guy working out in the gym walking the streets telling people you know is when everybody knew better you know dog just keep going to the bars and the restaurants all worry about it now he's great he had no preparation place sure had nothing prepared president yesterday has to go out of his way and say well let me answer stupid questions are are chock because well the defense production act that has already been used in a senior military officer in charge of procurement and purchasing and distribution his name is it gives a good bit guy's name and then he explains everything that they've been giving to New York that they didn't have in place that they should have had in place you know I I mean I'm watching the mayor of New Orleans you know blaming the federal government for they're just dumb decision they keep Mardi Gras open okay well what if Donald Trump trying to shut it down let's look at it that way then you've got the mob in the media three years lies conspiracy theories one hoax after another proven untrue you know how many investigations into Russia Russian let's see for four separate the FBI investigation nine months nothing we found nothing Lisa paid said no there there Peter struck said whether whether so much developing as it relates to the premeditated fraud on the FISA court they've they're dumping it all now I'm not missing any of it I promise you did all Russia Russia Russia Russia impeach impeach impeach you crane your grain you crank what would Democrats doing in the middle of this you know when Donald trump's implementing is in a phobic racist hysterical fear mongering travel ban which saved in cal global think ending calculable number of people from contracting this disease they they were in Beijing you know now they're asking the president what do you have blood on your hands I'm like really Jackie Todd you know then you've got let's say Boston globe and I mean I'm I'm think it this is where the media is minds that we can't take his press conferences in the middle of a national emergency and you know the real reason they don't want to take his press conferences because they'll see the America their American president locked in and engaged is doing three hour press conferences to tell the American people that run out of questions what on his hands you know you have a PBS anchor they got money from the US from the relief bill to trump is stoking racism with the Chinese virus make your Brzezinski makes the case for Obama's aides the man the trump resigned you know the on the view let are they let New Orleans mayor blame trump for not canceling Mardi Gras you know they're you know a year are you kissing trump's **** to say the governor's now he says not Kissin in the ringers Assam I'm I'm working with him and and thank god he's given us everything we need everything we've asked for were working together great well they didn't like that answer you know maybe Andrew Cuomo can learn from his counterpart at once new Yorkers find out what I know about Cuomo trust me they're gonna go back to the the forty percent approval rating that he had you know just it is all talk and did nothing to me it was a dereliction of duty that goes for Schumer and that goes for the blahs yelled a whole bunch of him the you know I I I mean I just I it's it's breathtaking it really it's it's sad it's you know there's gonna be plenty of time which one in fourteen days away from election I promise you it is going to be plenty of time for the campaign when it's time for you know the ever confused confounded quid pro quo Joe to make his case now we'll compare with how he handled N. one H. one as he calls it you know it's interesting because they just you know trying to trying our hydroxy chloride Quinta treat covert nineteen oh now they're finally saying it could be a game changer how many weeks ago when they beat me over the head for mentioning it as a as a possible area of hope no I didn't just pull that out of my you know what I actually talked to a lot of doctors right a lot of research had my team go all in start making phone calls behind the scenes Justin come on the air and say huh please governor Whitmer finally reversed course because she sees great potential yes she banned the use of it there was dumb Nevada did the same California doctor says a coronavirus patient improving with the convalescent plasma treatment that is hopeful people they get corona virus build antibodies than those antibodies aren't you you extract the plasma and then you went and you know that the it is then used a very sick patient and you abuse it into their blood and I meet your scene in some cases anecdotally of course if you don't have time for long clinical studies we're seeing positive results hopeful results a top New York blood center doctor says the plasma corona virus treatment is looking promising are we have a vaccine candidate showing is is in Pittsburgh they think they have the vaccine figured out in mice where medially they inject their vaccine into the mice and antibodies begin to form that's how the whole process works I'm not a doctor I'm just read too much of this crap but they said they developed at UPMC doctors in Pittsburgh that they've developed their vaccine.

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"inec" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

08:57 min | 2 years ago

"inec" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Super Bowl window that they were thinking well we're still in this thing we're still in this window if we could just hang in here a little bit longer that was part of the problem and I'm not placing that all and Derek Wolfe I'm just saying Shelby Harris wasn't a part of that what Shelby's been a part of it is unfortunately been losing seasons but he has seen this thing turned around you saw him from his quotes as we can with Mike Klis he feels like he's on a team that's on the rise in in position now to compete look they finished second in the division for a reason yeah I I think a lot of teams often lose their windows because of nostalgia thinking they're in a window and preserving that unit rather than simply looking to try to field the best roster that they can try to put together the most competitive rusticana they guess whether the patriots have been so successful over the years there's no nostalgia there's no there's none of that they just either you're the guys go with the job of the looking for you know they're always looking for better place yeah and and putting that competition out there that's kept them competitive and you know I guess about her to have a Tom Brady in there too with yeah we see what great quarterback play can do with Peyton manning and we're hoping the drew lock will will be the answer to that and continuing to upgrade the talent levels on this roster I just speaking of guys that are on this roster and are looking to contribute to make this team what was once before interesting quotes coming out from Phillip Lindsay INEC interview with Mike Klis now I'll say this on the overview of it the overview of is exactly what I expected fill plenty to say says look I'm I'm coming in there to to work I'm gonna come in I'm not giving my starting job to anybody as far as I'm concerned I but even last year he was like that is like I expect to come back and my starting job he's not going to change that right I think what kind of became a little bit of interesting thing his agent Mike McCartney reached out right and they they had a little bit of caught my car he reached out to John Elway they had a little bit of a conversation about what what things are going on because remember John always said that they were gonna give Philip plans it Lindsey a bump do you still feel like that's the case here yeah they're going to get it all from one now that Bob is going to be self serving for the team will be a multi year extension there for a little bit of money to fill but ultimately will be a below market deal that's what they're going to do that's what they're going to offer him and they've they're in a position where they've leveraged him into Hey you're gonna have to take this trade free agency and so I think that that's I think that that's that's savvy of a front office but kinda sucks if you're a fan because you look at the AC in your Santa brokers a roll of the dice with Phil Lindsay you know and and he is kind of better heart and soul guy he's got plays with a chip on the shoulder you got it's always you know kind of kind of out there given a spark sometimes it's got the better of it sometimes that that that's been a problem you know those games where he picked up some unsportsmanlike for you know for lettuce wears heart on sleeve I I love Phil Lindsay I think it's storage grading it's uniquely Colorado I'd love to see the Broncos hang onto him for ever make a Bronco for life kind of thing but you know in the end it is a business and you know the Broncos are trying to prep for that okay so part of the business of this in the Broncos have maintained the entire time John Elway Vic Fangio they maintain look we've what we've you Phillip Lindsay as part of the future this team we've you missed part of the one two punch with Melvin Gordon by the way all the times they keep saying that if you're Royce Freeman you're just sit back on like yeah I'm in what I gotta do here how would that shape here I mean really because every single time these guys are asked about it it's like Hey we want to want to punch in Melvin Gordon told Lizzy restaurant it's only been in the league for two years he was a third round pick yeah I I I like Royce a lot I like we does it does a better fit for this offense you scheme it just based on the skills that they bring to the table I don't think I mean he's played a lot of soul but I I don't think he's that's his best fit but it might I think about Royce is it the other day go back and look at the Broncos efficiency numbers on goal line on third down short yardage situations and they have been bad and honestly Phil has been the better of the three Royce's not been that good and that's who he is there to be he's got the size he's there to be that guy then he hasn't been able to do it Melvin Gordon well tough guys in the legal last five years at that so it really is going to get a chance to fight with the bottom of the roster with a with a rookie and they will draft a guy or bring a guy in a promise you voice is gonna get a chance to compete with that person but you know if you're Royce Freeman you got kind of swept it right now now the one thing I want to bring up here that I thought was kind of interesting about these quotes is and I don't know if this was I don't know of police asked him this directly or if he just brought this up but he basically said I'm not going to the Broncos in asking for a trade and he kind of broke like likes so took it I don't know it maybe I'll find the direct quote because I want to make sure I give it it I'm I'm not trying to say this isn't a pot take remote try to spark anything here but it but it did bring up the idea of well should he should he be considering something like that I don't know you know because player let players have a multitude of reasons why they ultimately push for trades Stefon Diggs was a part of a team that went to the playoffs and won a playoff game he was thoroughly unhappy with his situation out there in Minnesota right so guys guys look for reasons and we just saw this last year for example Jaylen Ramsey we saw was a lady on bell the year before guys just finding ways to force trades so I it hadn't even occurred to me that Phillip Lindsay could be that guy but when I saw that quote in here and I will find it when I saw the quote here I said okay we get you maybe aren't that type of maybe you should be now all of your running back the NFL you just do you still have leverage go look around running backs and we just don't have that that kind of leverage and fills out players contracted he's gonna get Spiff money already from the player performance bonus pool and all that kind of stuff he does but the idea that he would was gonna hold out I mean you know you're talking about a guy who's already making minimum I mean that's not really that's not helping anybody out of that I'm I'm sure that he probably doesn't have the cash reserve for that you talk about a limited shelf life position in the NFL I think you wait until at least you get an offer from the Broncos before you even begin to consider something like that and you only consider something like that if you really feel like that that is going to work because if you're at all concerned it won't don't do it yeah I'm in here yeah here's the quote and and maybe it does sound a little bit more like Mike Klis kind of framed it like Hey if you don't think I could be your guide trade me he said not if you're hearing that stuff I don't know where it's coming from nothing like that is going on anyone over and over again in the in this article with the these quotes and again you could check it at nine news dot com over and over again saying how I put my pen to paper I signed a contract kind of make it even seem like Hey listen it as much as I really would like to get more money I have a baby coming available you know sun coming right I'm also just mostly thinking about him and what I could do to be you know he's bought a house but he he's kind of it sounds to me like he's like look I signed a contract I'm gonna play out my contract right and then we'll see where we go from there that that seems to be his personality it's just a little bit different than what we get from a lot of NFL players these days well yeah and then that's the thing though again the running back has such a short shelf life did you really got to be careful and find a way to maximize your earnings potential Melvin Gordon tried to hold out for money with the Chargers and we saw the edge laughed at him and said fine we'll just play with Eckler it's not a big deal and and then they alternately let it go you know after the season so in Melbourne's been productive we've talked about the situation production of Melvin court so you know I I think that if you feel and you just got to kind of ride this out wait to see what the Broncos off field and you know if you played the good soldier I think you got it's gonna wind up working out better for you financially in the long run now I'm I'm ultimately agreeing with you I was refreshing ultimately seen that quote was refreshing for me yeah he didn't come out of like levy on bell feeling disrespected feeling like look what I got to do here a bell cost himself all totally cost himself about twelve million in in lifetime earnings with that with that thing too with that hold up ma'am all right so when we come back we're going to a chat with a Frank Schwab with Yahoo sports again he's got a really fun bracket going on the ninety eight Broncos or the brackets as we're trying for world domination will get a check in with Frank Schwab on that we come back Broncos country tonight on cable news radio right now there is a lot to consider when selling a home home equity is high housing inventory is down and interest rates are at an all time low but.

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"inec" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"inec" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I just don't see how they can get around that what does that do to a team like the Reds who are all in but yet they know they have an expiring contract on one of their better pitchers Trevor Bauer and that they have an opt out in the guy that was one of the focal points of their offseason INEC Castelletto C. as an opt out after twenty twenty it almost it almost intensifies having to win early now does it not it does you know and and again we're all going through this spring or in touch unchartered territory and you know we don't know the shape of our world from launching baseball world is going to be but you know one thought that comes to mind that that you just kinda have to that is how does this affect the trade deadline trade deadline July thirty first if you can shorten his building light thirty birth I think if you know if they are able to start a few weeks later than advertised you know maybe you can still get in one particularly difficult Americans will do anything beyond that would probably be pushing it so yeah even would likely be short in that area and you know get a push back the trade deadline as result because otherwise it's a friend to know who you are yeah at that point in the calendar so yeah for for any other use but by that the measure but yet we have a team that they have so much riding on twenty twenty yet either to prove what you are and who you are to the front office in due time we'll keep the faith Anthony because of you don't we can't so we're relying on your next travel times okay all right well that's entity Kasturba it's MLB dot com again his book why war with in every other sabermetric are central to understanding modern baseball it's out may the twelfth and will be available right now for pre order on Amazon dot com thank you Anthony thank you can't that's all we have word books unless of course you are going on MLB dot com right now and you can see they have what they have deemed the most exciting games each Major League Baseball teams played they have thirty videos up to the thirty Major League Baseball teams you can watch the games in their entirety for free guess what game they pick for your Cincinnati Reds game four of the nineteen ninety World Series which I guess you know they may have copyright things they can't go back to nineteen seventy five and get game broadcasts from them although I don't know why I'm sure they have the right to them and the N. and again that's not a big game to watch the ninety ninety ninety game four when the road suite the ETS complete the sweep of the eighties well they just have some really strange selections like for the Yankees all the World Series the Yankees have wanted Roger Maris's sixty first home run in this and that the one they pick was Derek Jeter's final game as a New York Yankee I mean it's I mean come on but you know the great thing that's lost in life as we all know is history coming up on seven up fifty three yeah bro for lance McAlister on this Tuesday night thank you for listening the seven hundred WLW the nine cattle yes Walker your last stop before.

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"inec" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"inec" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Special guest this week is John van Eck he is the CEO and director of INEC associates a firm that manages over fifty six billion dollars in assets the vast majority of which are really interesting ETFs let's talk a little bit about the company that you joined in ninety two and I want to focus on the era in the nineteen seventies where your dad had an extremely pressing in coal into gold in a very inflationary era but more than just being a pundit who said gold going up he made a joint bid on that tell us about it so my father started the Fuhrman fifty five he actually started it later in life and so in the in the sixties he had just got married he was just over fifty years old and he was getting a degree at night at NYU in economics mmhm and one of his professors was an Austrian economist called Ludwig von Mises hands if you know anything I mean he's famous right but Austrians were never really accepted into academia in the United States they're little actually was not a full professor he was just sort of an adjunct but anyway my father they they are sort of hard core monetarists and they really got this on money supply hard money you know and it was basically lock guns and body were happening in the nineteen sixties my supply was exploding and eventually that was going to break into inflation and the way to make money off of that was to invest in gold now as you said I really think it's amazing the risky talk at that point in time because gold had always been fixed against the US dollar for the entirety of history's all replied the government mandate yes for almost two hundred years of our history gold have been fed actually said this paradigm is going to break and that's really the philosophy of our firm which is you can't just look at the four corners of the financial market you have to look at technology trends political trends and major economic trends and and several years later so you have a lot of patience that that broke I'm fascinated by the gold trade your father puts how much money into gold apple he's so he had an international equity fund and he went to Cheryl as he said I'm doing has said he is going to be eight eighty plus percent of the fund and buy gold mining shares now you couldn't buy gold so that's he was a little bit to your point before he was forced into right buying the shares no GLT and if you want to buy actual gold you're buying futures and its leverage and this time they have futures then well that's right you were talking seventy S. so different here exactly so three quarters of a billion dollars more or less into gold or this was a no no for that we got the fund was teeny you have a lot of money I mean it was way less than a hundred million okay eighty percent I mean does no one wanted international investments in the nineteen sixties it's kind of like today right right I mean you don't want to even talk about it so he piles into gold in this small formally international equity funds it does nothing for two or three years to clock what require clients saying what are investors saying when you have this in gold and not only is it doing nothing but thanks to inflation it's actually worth less each year well it yet gold was less I think the companies were okay I haven't looked at the performance over that time period but the industry was so small berry right the industry exploded in the late seventies because of money market funds run when the rate you get on banks is regulated so it was a cottage industry and you know what ended up happening though because the performance was so tremendous that fund was the best performing mutual fund in the industry in the seventies and decades that deck under the jacket yet Peter let it be Peter Lynch everything here who yeah exactly buying comments he should've been goal and he you know he will head on Merv Griffin I mean it was it was such a big deal back then it was it was popular culture right I mean interest rates were going into the teens and yeah I remember never resign home watching cricket like please don't embarrass us and so obviously that had helped the company is from the time gold explodes when we no longer on the gold standard is what seventy three seventy four early seventies out there so yeah almost twenty years later you come into the company in nineteen ninety two and the firms up to a billion dollars in assets well it got to two billion yeah and you know right at the peak so right right in nineteen eighty and then Paul Voelker comes and and erase that evaluation and some salons gold went down to you know two hundred dollars an ounce so here's only two thousand here's the really big question post Cold you're there ninety two the firm is now one billion from two billion today it's fifty times the size how did you manage to grow the firm over thirty years fifty S. well first of all I it's not first person singular there were a lot of people it was a team one of whom was my brother who passed away ten years ago but he was part of it but there are a lot of other colleagues as well and it was building up other mutual funds and then really before I was what I call ETF guy in two thousand six wheat for ten years we had a hedge fund business and we had to hedge funds that we rose about four billion dollars and so had some good strategies that for a while quite fascinating coming up we continue our conversation with.

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"inec" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"inec" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sponsored by Audi right now trending on news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. two thirteen year old boys are no charge net library fire which killed two firefighters historic portable city library was destroyed fire captain Raymond Figueroa firefighter Patrick Jones died trying to put it out in California children under the age of fourteen cannot be tried as adults is the latest corona virus the disease acts that the World Health Organization has been warning about for years about a couple of years ago the World Health Organization W. H. O. released a list of diseases that the world needed to watch at the bottom of the list was something they called disease X. Dr Bernadette Garneau from the World Health Organization explains why they did that the list is away to prioritize our efforts I mean W. ritual and all the problems working with the ritual on certain decisions that have the potential to give rise to a severe epidemic and for which we don't have enough on all new medical countermeasure meaning no drugs no vaccine so it's really to focus his efforts on this specific group of disease just mention that is not an exhaustive list of disease the other disease that can give rise to huge epidemics but this one is only focusing on disease for which we have not enough track and fix it okay so things on the list were like you know Ebola those on the left hand and the other things but this disease acts they're now saying is the latest corona virus this disease acts so does his ex is a concept let's say it's a place holder to be sure that if we have a new disease completely new disease disease we know but not enough and suddenly emerge and he's more severe spreading everywhere we will have a space to put the disease and to know that we need to put efforts on in terms of research to get drugs and vaccines and what is the coronavirus band disease that has emerged suddenly that is spreading throughout the world so back this up they made us pretty like a couple of years ago this is a couple of years ago they just put it was like a place holder and it was a disease X. was a concept like if something arises suddenly unexpectedly starts to spread which is what coronaviruses doing right it is infected more than seventy five thousand people now killed about a two thousand prompted over fifty countries and territories to close borders I twenty one airlines have cancelled all flights to mainland China so it definitely does fit the category of this disease acts and now a city in California is fighting a move to St corona virus patients to their facilities the state facilities in Costa mesa omit used to house developmentally disabled people or people with mental illness and Costa mesa got a restraining order to keep the state and feds for moving patients who have corona virus into that facility here is the mayor and the police chief of Costa mesa we have parks there's a soccer field that kids play on our concerns at this time or the fact that we can still have limited information in terms of what actually is going to transpire with the chords in coming in and another characteristic of the disease acts according to the W. H. I. would be something that you know we don't know how it transmits yet right which one this that's one of the big stories out there in this Monday morning as the not in my backyard story and it's not just Costa mesa they don't want them there's a town in Alabama that said the very same thing all we're gonna it's our top story coming up here in about ten minutes or so many leader in our local news blog and and it does impact people at Travis Air Force base right there basically being given the line if you don't have to go home but you can't stay here right where do I go right so anyway we'll get into that about ten minutes but very interesting with regards to disease X. this morning out of the road we go checking with bright house looks certain getting a little bit busier this report is right by the Sacramento area sewer district south on sixty five starting to really slow down from blue logs to Galleria once you're on I. eighty fourteen minutes gets you to the cap cities but INEC slowdown and haven't to get to about antelope once your password westbound on the cap city freeway it's another fourteen minutes to downtown eighteen minutes in from elk Grove on I. five the back the limit once you get past florin road on ninety nine it's a twenty three minute drive in south of that looks like something is happening on northbound ninety nine a little bit past Twin Cities road C. H. B. isn't reporting any incidents there but there is a back up starting to build westbound highway fifty from Folsom a thirty minute drive in got a big rig blocking the right lane at sixty fifth street yet the backup it may either if you're coming in from what went on I five twenty four minutes into no delays coming from Davis he's got eighty across the causeway the sewer system is probably the last thing on your mind the Sacramento area sewer district it's their first priority they're the region's largest sewer utility sewer problems column first day or night nine one six eight seventy five sixty seven thirty learn more at Saks sewer dot com traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Brian noble's news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. funny and a nice today with highs of seventy two to seventy six them clear when it flows of forty two to forty six tonight some will mix with clouds tomorrow highs seventy three.

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