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"jersey shore pennsylvania" Discussed on Open A Fucking Book

Open A Fucking Book

07:59 min | 9 months ago

"jersey shore pennsylvania" Discussed on Open A Fucking Book

"Jumped in his car at booked like hell for the gates. Now the question was where to go from here. he could go towards st louis and craig younger. She lived in collinsville just east of the city in illinois. Which is down by us where i go get my wife's able and mike castle and gas again and he could try to get on the post-dispatch so long shot but or he could go for the real prize new york maybe college. He wasn't sure so in the end he did what most of us do. And we just aren't sure what to do. He had at home. He would spend thanksgiving in louisville with his family in stay there long though he was able to find a writing job for three hundred and twenty five dollars a month as sports editor for the jersey shore herald in pennsylvania. Thank you pennsylvania hideaway. It is neither near new jersey or any shore and his. The state of brotherly love in jersey shore in pennsylvania is in the middle of pennsylvania. You headed back east in early december. Nine hundred fifty seven. He wouldn't last a month jersey. Shore pennsylvania was a miserable little town in the mountains. Hunter regretted taking the job almost immediately the worst part. He thought that there were no women to talk to that. Were either decent looking or out of high school as good as as soon as you said the worst thing like. I bet there's no women there's women is just they're all either too old or too young or too hugli. So he buried himself in his work he wrote about horse polls and wrestling matches with po-point killer jap and things like that and he put a very serious tone on those types of things that were supposed to be more tongue-in-cheek things like quote. People were carried out of the ring with broken backs. His neck was broken in three places. And things like that There was only one person he could really stand in the whole town and it was a teacher that also wrote for the paper on occasion. Now depending on what book you read some say it was the editor of the paper. others But that was based on friends. That was god's oh it says he was the editor of the paperback coming from friends. Who had talked a hunter who liked to abolish and outlaw journalists. He's known as simply as the poet not given his name at he's a teacher who works sometimes right. Sometimes for the paper. I lean more towards it being the poet that the editor but so while the poet had a daughter hunters age that was coming into town on the train and the poet asked hunter if he would like to spend some time with her while she was there. Hunter was ecstatic. Finally a pretty girl talked to was a story goes. It was quite the downpour. This whole week and many of the roads were covered in mud. The poet knew that hunters car would never make it anywhere so he offered him his car for the evening. So they are pulled into this sideline up a country road and the poets car making out for a while. Then one hundred goes to backout car. Won't move the car is stuck in the mud up to its rims. Well hundred leaves. The girl in the card walks over to a farmhouse hundred doesn't want to wake the farmer to in the morning so he checks the tractor. The keyser in it so starts up the tractor and heads over to the car. He pulls up wraps around a chain around the middle of the bumper and backs up the tractor tearing the bumper and half eighty well about this time. The farmers run down the street with a shotgun trying to get the guy that stole his tractor. Hunter always the charismatic. One convinced this farmer to not shoot him and instead helps him whole out the car so the farmer jumps on the tractor and hunter hops in the car to steer with the driver's side door open so he can better see behind him however hunter didn't take into consideration the tree on the driver's side of the car coming but track your polled kara backwards doorway forwards. So now he has a car. That isn't his covered in mud with nor half hanging off and the rear bumper split into also half hanging off hundred quickly drove her and the car back to the poets house where he parked the car got to his car and drove home. The next morning hunter went to work as usual just another day until a horrible screeching and grinding noise. When her coming down the street everyone at the paper looked out the window to see the poet driving a car with the driver's side door in the rear bumper both scraping the road the whole way sparks flying while everyone else out the back door to greet the poet. See what happened. Hunter grabbed a few items. What out the front door had ended his job at the jersey shore. Harold thanks i sign in ara. Oh god. I laughed so hard when i read that one fucking shit. So and he has no remorse. He i mean he has rebe. You're never going to get it out a real apology out of her. He has remorse but he has more fear for his life than remorse so he takes out there so again. Where does he go after that No only one place to go after something like that new york city He called up an air force. Buddy next jerry hawk and said he needed a place to stay Jerry live with his brother. Roger and their front john clancy near columbia university. John clancy will also be another big part of hunter's life going on When he gets up there he does actually said back. Go back for a very short period of time to get the rest of the stuff that he does it covertly so nobody would see him because he knew he'd be in trouble if he got caught. Hunter was able to enroll in the school of general studies at columbia and take some courses. He didn't have to pay rent the hawks he did need to help. Take care of the house he started signing up for book clubs Like like columbia. House was cds back in the nineties. that You get a certain amount for free and then you have to buy a certain amount over the next year or so while he would get these books and then never pay the club. Anything for the other pucks. They would send him letter after letter until he finally wrote them back starting off very rationally but gradually getting crazier crazier to the point where he ended up claiming that they owed him money but he didn't want their money and they could keep it after that he never heard from them again. having cd's did you get for free. Never pay for. I never did but my brother got he. My brother did the twelve cds like ninety nine cents but you still gotta pay the shipping and he ended up by. And because he's you know my brother's the kind whose he's not gonna get a bunch ciprian and then steph the.

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"jersey shore pennsylvania" Discussed on Open A Fucking Book

Open A Fucking Book

07:59 min | 9 months ago

"jersey shore pennsylvania" Discussed on Open A Fucking Book

"Jumped in his car at booked like hell for the gates. Now the question was where to go from here. he could go towards st louis and craig younger. She lived in collinsville just east of the city in illinois. Which is down by us where i go get my wife's able and mike castle and gas again and he could try to get on the post-dispatch so long shot but or he could go for the real prize new york maybe college. He wasn't sure so in the end he did what most of us do. And we just aren't sure what to do. He had at home. He would spend thanksgiving in louisville with his family in stay there long though he was able to find a writing job for three hundred and twenty five dollars a month as sports editor for the jersey shore herald in pennsylvania. Thank you pennsylvania hideaway. It is neither near new jersey or any shore and his. The state of brotherly love in jersey shore in pennsylvania is in the middle of pennsylvania. You headed back east in early december. Nine hundred fifty seven. He wouldn't last a month jersey. Shore pennsylvania was a miserable little town in the mountains. Hunter regretted taking the job almost immediately the worst part. He thought that there were no women to talk to that. Were either decent looking or out of high school as good as as soon as you said the worst thing like. I bet there's no women there's women is just they're all either too old or too young or too hugli. So he buried himself in his work he wrote about horse polls and wrestling matches with po-point killer jap and things like that and he put a very serious tone on those types of things that were supposed to be more tongue-in-cheek things like quote. People were carried out of the ring with broken backs. His neck was broken in three places. And things like that There was only one person he could really stand in the whole town and it was a teacher that also wrote for the paper on occasion. Now depending on what book you read some say it was the editor of the paper. others But that was based on friends. That was god's oh it says he was the editor of the paperback coming from friends. Who had talked a hunter who liked to abolish and outlaw journalists. He's known as simply as the poet not given his name at he's a teacher who works sometimes right. Sometimes for the paper. I lean more towards it being the poet that the editor but so while the poet had a daughter hunters age that was coming into town on the train and the poet asked hunter if he would like to spend some time with her while she was there. Hunter was ecstatic. Finally a pretty girl talked to was a story goes. It was quite the downpour. This whole week and many of the roads were covered in mud. The poet knew that hunters car would never make it anywhere so he offered him his car for the evening. So they are pulled into this sideline up a country road and the poets car making out for a while. Then one hundred goes to backout car. Won't move the car is stuck in the mud up to its rims. Well hundred leaves. The girl in the card walks over to a farmhouse hundred doesn't want to wake the farmer to in the morning so he checks the tractor. The keyser in it so starts up the tractor and heads over to the car. He pulls up wraps around a chain around the middle of the bumper and backs up the tractor tearing the bumper and half eighty well about this time. The farmers run down the street with a shotgun trying to get the guy that stole his tractor. Hunter always the charismatic. One convinced this farmer to not shoot him and instead helps him whole out the car so the farmer jumps on the tractor and hunter hops in the car to steer with the driver's side door open so he can better see behind him however hunter didn't take into consideration the tree on the driver's side of the car coming but track your polled kara backwards doorway forwards. So now he has a car. That isn't his covered in mud with nor half hanging off and the rear bumper split into also half hanging off hundred quickly drove her and the car back to the poets house where he parked the car got to his car and drove home. The next morning hunter went to work as usual just another day until a horrible screeching and grinding noise. When her coming down the street everyone at the paper looked out the window to see the poet driving a car with the driver's side door in the rear bumper both scraping the road the whole way sparks flying while everyone else out the back door to greet the poet. See what happened. Hunter grabbed a few items. What out the front door had ended his job at the jersey shore. Harold thanks i sign in ara. Oh god. I laughed so hard when i read that one fucking shit. So and he has no remorse. He i mean he has rebe. You're never going to get it out a real apology out of her. He has remorse but he has more fear for his life than remorse so he takes out there so again. Where does he go after that No only one place to go after something like that new york city He called up an air force. Buddy next jerry hawk and said he needed a place to stay Jerry live with his brother. Roger and their front john clancy near columbia university. John clancy will also be another big part of hunter's life going on When he gets up there he does actually said back. Go back for a very short period of time to get the rest of the stuff that he does it covertly so nobody would see him because he knew he'd be in trouble if he got caught. Hunter was able to enroll in the school of general studies at columbia and take some courses. He didn't have to pay rent the hawks he did need to help. Take care of the house he started signing up for book clubs Like like columbia. House was cds back in the nineties. that You get a certain amount for free and then you have to buy a certain amount over the next year or so while he would get these books and then never pay the club. Anything for the other pucks. They would send him letter after letter until he finally wrote them back starting off very rationally but gradually getting crazier crazier to the point where he ended up claiming that they owed him money but he didn't want their money and they could keep it after that he never heard from them again. having cd's did you get for free. Never pay for. I never did but my brother got he. My brother did the twelve cds like ninety nine cents but you still gotta pay the shipping and he ended up by. And because he's you know my brother's the kind whose he's not gonna get a bunch ciprian and then steph the.

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"jersey shore pennsylvania" Discussed on The Daily Boost

The Daily Boost

01:32 min | 10 months ago

"jersey shore pennsylvania" Discussed on The Daily Boost

"That are causing distress or pleasure. And you're not digging. That she get uses flowing. So here's the thing. You have been thrust through no fault of your own into something. A stupid stuff having right that's all there is to it. But that's okay. Stupid. Stuff happens at the beginning of time it's going to continue to happen all how you deal with it. You got to muster yourself. You gotTA motivate yourself. You get fired up you got to figure out what you're GONNA do even if you don't know what to do, what's the rule if you if you don't know what to do, you gotta figure out what to do if you don't know your purposes to find your purpose. Right. As simple stuff not complicated. You stand up you take a step repeat. What are you doing? Standing up like that takes a said, where are you going how long you? GotTa go figure stuff out. What are you gonNA figure I don't even know but I got to figure out what GONNA figure out. I'm telling you. There's nothing wrong with that. Okay. Do it anyway he do your commonsense person. We starkly like it's universal reason right? which is called common sense we need may called Scott Logic. I'm going to get out of here, but I'm gonNA come back tomorrow. You know why? Because the reset has only just begun and were coming. As Grandma in Jersey shore Pennsylvania, you say to me, we're near the end of the. GotTa make some plans so we'll make some plans. The reset has only just begun. Even, if you just want to reinvent yourself just a little bit has never been a better time to make it happen because it's kind of been thrust in your lap. You May as well ride this pony why you got it right I'll see tomorrow..

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"jersey shore pennsylvania" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"jersey shore pennsylvania" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"And hip and young and sister friends yeah and then that they were going to become friends okay the job and and Jerry and like scratch like how many times have they re done like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles the same stories these times keep rerunning the old ones and save them money from having to make new ones that was the beauty Bugs Bunny yeah that was the beauty of bugs will get to that but in the meantime the first thing we gotta do what you is well I've got news for you and it is time for headlines in the headlines of injures a brace yourself for mind blowing news Steve how bad it gets in New Jersey remember one thing with you I have built a bossy is our mayor zero hi it's going on sale thank you for the lovely introduction of bills of Lazio that has the my predecessor bill de Blasio did you hear this a dozen Pennsylvania coronavirus cases traced to Jersey Shore house gatherings so first the governor says doll boulder the Jersey Shore Pennsylvania I was a governor wolf now suddenly we've got we got tight for Jersey down in somewhere just given out the virus Dr Johnny going to New Jersey and I have to go down the shore see see what happens when you go to New Jersey how to but we were talking about this before and so how could the okay so this is there's including a lead there's eleven people that can be traced back to in a New Jersey resident right woke who attended multiple house gatherings at the shore during the past two weeks and quote so how the hell do they know two weeks does house parties who knows where they got it then yeah do we know that he has the virus and why she has the right I guess is to be assumed that this one person has it and then these other people got it but a first put were we supposed to believe that and I'm not big on all these can be the core of ours conspiracy theories and whatnot but if you're going down to these parties who's to say I mean it is that the high likelihood that you've gotten this way yeah probably but who knows but his hand yeah it just seems so strange and so we get a multiple house getting look at this guy he's going to Malta is a multiple didn't think I could be a girl a popular girl a popular person hitting up all these different parties over two weeks my goodness well the only thing crazier than that have you heard of the new series on Netflix called space force you know what forty she mentioned that man my I was my son was watching it the other day if I'm funny I'm watching it with the monkey and the dog dogs or not yeah hit the monkeys it has its moments I didn't realize how old Steve Carell gosh he got all my god and they're basically trying to rebrand Michael Scott with him in the show too but doesn't doesn't you can't really pass off the whole bumbling goofy boss when there are four star general of the you know branch of the military marriages that do it kind of Michael and Michael Scott in that yeah but regardless of that combs of astra is the is the the even if you look at it comes William Shatner yeah because captain Kirk the U. S. military could lose space force trademark to the Netflix series apparently there is yeah okay apparently there hasn't been much going on with the actual space force and you know the government because I haven't done too much yet but now that this new show is out space force on Netflix apparently they have been a corrective in trying to get the trademark for this they have the name the rights to an elderly or Netflix or Netflix once you get it from him some money yeah it is all they do I don't think so money hasn't yet effect doesn't have it nothing has been in the military doesn't have it so they are trying heavily to get set the tray so might be a little more of the U. S. never trademarked images used it does not look that way so might be a little bit of a trademark war going on between a fictional show that pokes and jabs at the you know the president and their whole administration and the actual space force was that not that I didn't know we allegedly have see I don't see trump just selling it you might as well really want it because he's a business man at heart and for everybody who's very very dearly missed their long line weights at the motor vehicle commission S. it's really good so now if you need to go past the time and I mean now can you imagine what the you know with the lines like before now with social distancing and keeping you know only so many people in the store if you thought the lines at the NBC were held before getting it bring your car you're going to be driving to diesel driving up these lines it's going to be terrible oh my god and I and I'm sure you have I'm sure you will be triggered or upset why this at all Steve have you heard that loony tunes is getting rid of guns in their new reeve remade show you know my favorite all time favorite Bugs Bunny cartoon with Daffy Duck Elmer Fudd and Bugs Bunny goes a little something like this Raymond all right would you like me now all how you doing now thank you now well at the beach close up of respect the back Jefferies upset because of the bugs and okay now he doesn't have to do now now you have to shoot me now now again with the gun I have this on the I gotta go I I. watches.

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"jersey shore pennsylvania" Discussed on The Daily Boost

The Daily Boost

10:23 min | 1 year ago

"jersey shore pennsylvania" Discussed on The Daily Boost

"Have you ever had something in your mind on your mind right floating around inside your head keeping awake at night wondering what you're GonNa do about it and you just let it fester and what if a way to get it out of there was like that pretty quick maybe not all at one time at least at least a little bit if you do it a couple of times. It's all going to go away. I'll talk about that today. On a tried and true method that works for anybody it. It is the daily boost from motivation. Move Dot Com just ticking over thirty four million downloads actions about thirty five and a half million at some. You guys are sucking shocking. The gigabits every time I look. You're just downloaded more and thank you for that. We appreciate it but they didn't know by the way you know we're I think this this show his were an episode. What thirty seven and something right? Thirty five twelve episode thirty five twelve of the daily boost I just crossed A little bit ago about ten thousand total podcasts. Now doesn't include all the daily boost and some of the other programs I produced over the years. Can you believe that it was Scott. How do you do thirty four and a half million downloads? At how do you. How do you produce ten thousand individual episodes and the only the answer is one day at a time? That's it star. Just keep going keep doing it. The the other question they ask is. Can I get my hands on them. Not usually actually. They're kind of line right now but every now and then we bring it back for the for the special people people. We call premium members but Already know that. Hey It's me Scott Smith on the founder and the chief motivating officer here at motivation to to move dot com happier here today and I have something brand new that I want you to have as well and you can't have mine. You have to get your own. Okay is your wifi feeling really really old old does it buffering while streaming this connecting to new devices. Slow it down. That's what happened to me. 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It's awesome awesome. You gotTa have a CIA check it out. I would best buy you can do that. Just check out the Orbi Wi fi six at your local best. Buy or go to net gear dot com slash best wifi that's net gear dot com slash best Wifi and of course as always we thank net gear for sponsoring the daily boost. So let me get back to that question that thing. Yeah I was talking about at the beginning of the program. Okay that thing about having something on your mind it could be just about anything it stuck in your crawl. That's what my grandma used to say from Jersey shore Pennsylvania stuck in your crawl. Actually say it sounds like you're getting close close to having something stuck in your crawl them's old fashioned words but you get them right. Maybe made some some millennials Hanky man. GimMe a dictionary. Get a dictionary on that phone. Let me look at a printing ear ear and stuck in your crawl. What heck sent me some bothering you right happens? Everybody's GonNa Happen every single day. There's probably not a moment of the day that something doesn't cross your path did bother you a little bit and you can. You can let it bother you and likely it's going to me and I'm I'm not a guy it's gonNa tell you that it's not going to bother you a little bit in fact you don't you you don't really know if it's bothering the UN told us bothering you then it's kind of too late right. I mean how can you stop it from bothering you. That's called not carrying. I want you to care. Oh serious. Dose of Scott. Logic here so stuff's going to bother you. We just can't get away from that so we understand is going to bother you understand. It's GonNa take some kind of action to get through it now. Life is very empowering you get back in control and I'm not saying you're not out of control the raise your hand if you are. Raise your hand. If you've ever been out of control. Raise your hand. If you think maybe this weekend you might be out of control for at least a few minutes and nobody has a camera. Hopefully I don't know. Do you need to forgive somebody from your past. How about the time you stuck your foot in your mouth times? A thousand if you're me finding a way to eliminate negative thoughts. That's it's difficult sometimes. If you think positive or at least do positive stuff you find. Negative can't get its way. And but it's sneaky little bugger. It is your already noticed. How sneaky it is? It's the devil's work. It is our I know. I don't know the devil but it seems like it would be sneaky. Sneaky sneaky those negative thoughts they just come right in. When you expect? You'll be a positive conversation. Somebody says something and also having. Oh that's life life that's people just happens. It's never going to have to find a way to deal with it right so simple way. A tried tried and true version. This has happened years and years. And you're probably way before any of US knew anything we weren't even here you probably tens of thousands of years ago probably the minute that somebody probably commit fire was invented. It's probably GONNA happen. Somebody said hey fire great let me let me do what Scott's GonNa talk about because I've been waiting for fire so I could do it journal July to write things down. Have you heard that you probably ought to be writing things down. The other day was talking to a client and she had a few things on her mind. Some things you're dealing dealing with the go back about thirty years now and to me. That boggles my mind. I really thirty years can take care of that real fast so what you do. Is You Journal it and you burn it now. Sometimes on New Year's Eve you'll find people. They burning parties right. Where you kind of take what didn't work out the past year? You kinda ride it in your throat. The firing say something. You have a drink and who. Hey it worked so matter what and really I know some people just got that so subtle that so simple yeah. It's been a long time. There is something about. Here's why I think personally about us. If you take a scribble your thoughts on a piece of paper and it could be just a piece of paper you had to get fancy. Just get posted on. I don't care what you don't it doesn't matter now the more you you do the more you brain dump the more you're free right the more you get stuff out here the more you just dump it. Fill a whole journal mole skin. I don't care what it is. Don't put on your computer though because they don't want your brand new your computer. That wouldn't be good if you do that. Print burn that okay but scribble scribble scribble Philadelphia. The more you do this the deeper you get the more layers you kinda pill back from an onion essay and stuff kind of comes out and that's what you want to come out. You don't want to hold back. Don't hold back the stuff that's bothering you. Don't people do that. I'm telling you they do Scott. This has bothered me okay. Write it down on Journal. Great let me read it. They give it to me. I said well where to go. Well I just didn't feel I didn't know put on the paper. Get rid of it if you won't if you won't talk about talk about it okay. Okay so scripture thoughts on a piece of paper and get a creole or a crown or a piece of chalk. I don't care what it is. Fill in. A Tire Journal doesn't matter what that is. It's up to you but getting your thoughts on the piece of maybe you know what it does limited. What will interruption go deep here has got some amateurs of the audience but the truth is this is the truth as I say you become what you think about right? Whatever thoughts on your mind? They're just kind of floating around a very powerful form of energy because associates can be created and become something. What happened in? Would you write those thoughts on a piece of paper. What are you doing your manifest and you make it something real few minutes ago? It didn't feel real was just thought it was driving me crazy but the minute you wrote it down it became real. Didn't it right skied. It's on a piece of paper. There's some pretty pricey pieces of apron this plan. I wouldn't you agree. Let's think about when you get out of your head and we take the time to write it down you've made a real and if you really dig in its really real. Some people write novels based on that stuff. But you're not going to do that because we need to get rid of its bad stuff so it becomes real now. What can you do? If it's real. We can deal with it right. That's her step. Two comes in so simple so easy I want you to burn it into oblivion batch of fire light a bonfire use the backyard barbecue. Get the blow torch out. Hey that's a good idea. The blowtorch out of the garage into Abbey Refund. Kids if you're listening to me ask your Mama diverse okay. There are other ways to do in fact. You shouldn't have fired at all no and no. You can't do it on your iphone or your ipad and thanks computer. Can't do it scribble down figuring all the stuff you just got to get rid of it and it's burn it. It can be simple as just kind of go out and drive. Dry Wayne is lighting in watching afloat. Obey have a hose handy if it's dry. Are you three or fireplace. You Bernard on your stove your I don't care what you do. You should common sense. Okay okay I know it sounds so so so so so simple and we'll fix everything right away not really but the mere fact that you have taken everything inside of your head and you moved it out of your head Ed. You've made it real on the piece of paper. Just that alone is going to make you feel better. It's going to give you some control. It's going to free up space inside your brain for happiness. Okay and then when you burn. It isn't GonNa make you feel perfect today. None an really but a little bit better but if you did that a couple more times and you got a little bit better every single day the copy simple guy but a little bit better. Every single day as the old inch by Inches essential thing that becomes a lot. Better if you give at a time so you don't get to thirty four million downloads without. Let me talk like that on. It's an amazing skill set but somehow it works but I do promise you. It's very very simple. Promise I can make this promise. I've seen it a thousand times. I'll see thousand more as long as I live. It's going to be true. True you to the simple release. The waiting feel just a little bit. It's going to set you free just a little bit. I enjoy life. I'm just a little bit more every single day. You're gonNA feel control and empowered in life is going to change for you that so the eye very very very sureau.

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Journal It and Burn It

The Daily Boost

07:27 min | 1 year ago

Journal It and Burn It

"So let me get back to that question that thing. Yeah I was talking about at the beginning of the program. Okay that thing about having something on your mind it could be just about anything it stuck in your crawl. That's what my grandma used to say from Jersey shore Pennsylvania stuck in your crawl. Actually say it sounds like you're getting close close to having something stuck in your crawl them's old fashioned words but you get them right. Maybe made some some millennials Hanky man. GimMe a dictionary. Get a dictionary on that phone. Let me look at a printing ear ear and stuck in your crawl. What heck sent me some bothering you right happens? Everybody's GonNa Happen every single day. There's probably not a moment of the day that something doesn't cross your path did bother you a little bit and you can. You can let it bother you and likely it's going to me and I'm I'm not a guy it's gonNa tell you that it's not going to bother you a little bit in fact you don't you you don't really know if it's bothering the UN told us bothering you then it's kind of too late right. I mean how can you stop it from bothering you. That's called not carrying. I want you to care. Oh serious. Dose of Scott. Logic here so stuff's going to bother you. We just can't get away from that so we understand is going to bother you understand. It's GonNa take some kind of action to get through it now. Life is very empowering you get back in control and I'm not saying you're not out of control the raise your hand if you are. Raise your hand. If you've ever been out of control. Raise your hand. If you think maybe this weekend you might be out of control for at least a few minutes and nobody has a camera. Hopefully I don't know. Do you need to forgive somebody from your past. How about the time you stuck your foot in your mouth times? A thousand if you're me finding a way to eliminate negative thoughts. That's it's difficult sometimes. If you think positive or at least do positive stuff you find. Negative can't get its way. And but it's sneaky little bugger. It is your already noticed. How sneaky it is? It's the devil's work. It is our I know. I don't know the devil but it seems like it would be sneaky. Sneaky sneaky those negative thoughts they just come right in. When you expect? You'll be a positive conversation. Somebody says something and also having. Oh that's life life that's people just happens. It's never going to have to find a way to deal with it right so simple way. A tried tried and true version. This has happened years and years. And you're probably way before any of US knew anything we weren't even here you probably tens of thousands of years ago probably the minute that somebody probably commit fire was invented. It's probably GONNA happen. Somebody said hey fire great let me let me do what Scott's GonNa talk about because I've been waiting for fire so I could do it journal July to write things down. Have you heard that you probably ought to be writing things down. The other day was talking to a client and she had a few things on her mind. Some things you're dealing dealing with the go back about thirty years now and to me. That boggles my mind. I really thirty years can take care of that real fast so what you do. Is You Journal it and you burn it now. Sometimes on New Year's Eve you'll find people. They burning parties right. Where you kind of take what didn't work out the past year? You kinda ride it in your throat. The firing say something. You have a drink and who. Hey it worked so matter what and really I know some people just got that so subtle that so simple yeah. It's been a long time. There is something about. Here's why I think personally about us. If you take a scribble your thoughts on a piece of paper and it could be just a piece of paper you had to get fancy. Just get posted on. I don't care what you don't it doesn't matter now the more you you do the more you brain dump the more you're free right the more you get stuff out here the more you just dump it. Fill a whole journal mole skin. I don't care what it is. Don't put on your computer though because they don't want your brand new your computer. That wouldn't be good if you do that. Print burn that okay but scribble scribble scribble Philadelphia. The more you do this the deeper you get the more layers you kinda pill back from an onion essay and stuff kind of comes out and that's what you want to come out. You don't want to hold back. Don't hold back the stuff that's bothering you. Don't people do that. I'm telling you they do Scott. This has bothered me okay. Write it down on Journal. Great let me read it. They give it to me. I said well where to go. Well I just didn't feel I didn't know put on the paper. Get rid of it if you won't if you won't talk about talk about it okay. Okay so scripture thoughts on a piece of paper and get a creole or a crown or a piece of chalk. I don't care what it is. Fill in. A Tire Journal doesn't matter what that is. It's up to you but getting your thoughts on the piece of maybe you know what it does limited. What will interruption go deep here has got some amateurs of the audience but the truth is this is the truth as I say you become what you think about right? Whatever thoughts on your mind? They're just kind of floating around a very powerful form of energy because associates can be created and become something. What happened in? Would you write those thoughts on a piece of paper. What are you doing your manifest and you make it something real few minutes ago? It didn't feel real was just thought it was driving me crazy but the minute you wrote it down it became real. Didn't it right skied. It's on a piece of paper. There's some pretty pricey pieces of apron this plan. I wouldn't you agree. Let's think about when you get out of your head and we take the time to write it down you've made a real and if you really dig in its really real. Some people write novels based on that stuff. But you're not going to do that because we need to get rid of its bad stuff so it becomes real now. What can you do? If it's real. We can deal with it right. That's her step. Two comes in so simple so easy I want you to burn it into oblivion batch of fire light a bonfire use the backyard barbecue. Get the blow torch out. Hey that's a good idea. The blowtorch out of the garage into Abbey Refund. Kids if you're listening to me ask your Mama diverse okay. There are other ways to do in fact. You shouldn't have fired at all no and no. You can't do it on your iphone or your ipad and thanks computer. Can't do it scribble down figuring all the stuff you just got to get rid of it and it's burn it. It can be simple as just kind of go out and drive. Dry Wayne is lighting in watching afloat. Obey have a hose handy if it's dry. Are you three or fireplace. You Bernard on your stove your I don't care what you do. You should common sense. Okay okay I know it sounds so so so so so simple and we'll fix everything right away not really but the mere fact that you have taken everything inside of your head and you moved it out of your head Ed. You've made it real on the piece of paper. Just that alone is going to make you feel better. It's going to give you some control. It's going to free up space inside your brain for happiness. Okay and then when you burn. It isn't GonNa make you feel perfect today. None an really but a little bit better but if you did that a couple more times and you got a little bit better every single day the copy simple guy but a little bit better. Every single day as the old inch by Inches essential thing that becomes a lot. Better if you give at a time so you don't get to thirty four million downloads without. Let me talk like that on. It's an amazing skill set but somehow it works but I do promise you. It's very very simple. Promise I can make this promise. I've seen it a thousand times. I'll see thousand more as long as I live. It's going to be true. True you to the simple release. The waiting feel just a little bit. It's going to set you free just a little bit. I enjoy life. I'm just a little bit more every single day. You're gonNA feel control and empowered in life is going to change for you

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"jersey shore pennsylvania" Discussed on The Daily Boost

The Daily Boost

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"jersey shore pennsylvania" Discussed on The Daily Boost

"How are you happy Monday? So oftentimes I will say things like life gets in the way right just when you want to go do something and people tend to take that negativity life goodson away saying bad stuff happens not really really. Sometimes good stuff gets in the way of things you ought to be doing right. It happens and that's okay. Celebrate when the good stuff happens to meet your life is set up right which would happen to me over the weekend. That's why the guests is a little bit late today. Thank you Wendy. For letting me know that I As Grandma from Jersey shore Pennsylvania would have said to me a long time ago a print near just forgot to do. I had fun beautiful day here in such Laura outside with the animals outside of the beach having a great time with family and grandkids and everything else and Yup It just happened. I promise I promise I promise you it will happen again. Does it sometimes gets in the way right. How are you good to have you today? You're ready for big week. Are you ready. I am so amped up and pumped up ready go. I just really get some good ideas and things I wanted to actually got up this morning about five o'clock I said honey I'm I'm getting up at five o'clock all week. Long get ready for it. She Goes Really GonNa Bother me at five o'clock she gets up early anyway. I'm taking my wife's time this week. so much exciting stuff happening. I'll tell you more about check. It is me. Scott Smith on the founder of the chief motivating officer here at motivation dot com so happy. You're here today really very cool too. Well thank you for taking the time to show up and and thank you for paying attention to your life and hopefully and I promise i. Will it really do promise. I'll give you some delegates that you can take news today. Let me ask you a question are you. Are you the person that does the hiring for your company. I bet you like me if you do every time you start the hiring process you have questions I mean. How am I going to find good applicants to choose from what about education? What about experience? And how do I know that I've made the right hire. It's a big deal and indeed is here to help now right now. There are millions of great candidates who are using indeed every single day to find their next opportunity. Now you may feel how do I find him. How do I get them? Well indeed makes it really easy to get in front of them. You can post a job in minutes. A new screener questions to help create a shortlist of applicants. If you will and they have something called skill tells you can add to your job. Post indeed has a library more than fifty from industry specific skills like accounting counting to general aptitude like critical thinking. Important stuff with indeed. You will feel confident in your applicants abilities. It gives you the smart tools you need to make hiring decisions quickly quickly and confidently. You'll know that you've made the right hire for your team. Post your job today at indeed dot com slash boost and get a free sponsor job upgrade on I posting that's indeed dot com slash boost terms conditions and exclusions apply offer valid through March thirty. First Twenty twenty. I think what you ought to do. And this is just me if you like motivation if you like inspiration if you if you like to be prodded just a little bit. If if you'd like to follow somebody who actually pretty good life and a lot of folks have a really good life and literally have created a lifestyle.

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"jersey shore pennsylvania" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

13:41 min | 2 years ago

"jersey shore pennsylvania" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

"That means this it systems are more likely to stay parked they're not getting sort of moved along as quickly but the growth they can grow in amplitude because of this resonance effect and it turns out that happens through essentially a wave guide phenomenon where the mid-latitudes are acting sort of a wave guide where the those the undulations in the jet stream which are these weather disturbances we call them roxby waves or planetary waves typically they lose energy they radiate radiate energy vertically but also latitude mainly they sort of lose energy radiating to the south and to the north but under certain conditions when the the north-south temperature variations are just right the atmosphere behaves as a wave guide there's basically a wall at at sort of the subtropical end that the sub polar end and these raspy waves are funneled through wave guide with minimum loss of energy and it turns out that the mathematics to solve the for the the dispersion relation it requires the use of the same w k b approximation that's us to early twentieth century yeah that's great and so early in the twentieth sorry so in some sense the the the atmosphere is not unstable in the traditional sense like it doesn't poke it and it runs away to either zero or infinite temperature feature but the it sounds like the sizes of the fluctuations that undergoes when it comes tries to stabilize itself the amplitude might be increased by the increasing temperature overall that's exactly right this is one mechanism by which you can get these larger amplitude whether disturbances this is now obviously there are other mechanisms that that come into play so they're in limiting you know there's a limit on how much of that strengthening can happen open and it turns out in this case it's because what we call the simple theory the barrett tropic theory which is sort of like a vertically uniform atmosphere ultimately breaks down because has the atmosphere isn't bear tropic and so these eventually this condition breaks down and so it doesn't reach infinite strength just like hurricanes don't reach infinite strength strength there are dissipating mechanisms that kick in when they become strong enough but the upper limit as to how powerful they can become whether it's hurricanes or the the amplitude of these weather disturbances does appear to be increasing because of climate change yes i was just gonna say exactly that and hope that you would agree with me that it's it's fair to imagine that we're going to get more droughts we're going to get more hurricanes we're gonna get more floods we're going to get more extreme events as well as an overall increase in temperature richer that increasingly no penetrated appears to be the case in another area or is an area where the science has progressed when i would say a decade ago if you'd asked me this question these things were very much up in the air on you know are the models have become far more sophisticated and realistic our observations every day we're getting new observations we've really refined our understanding of these connections quite a bit to the point where i think one can say there is now emerging consensus that we will see more extreme weather events and we we'll see more intense hurricanes and tropical systems as a result of a human caused climate change and you can't point to any one hurricane and say a oh this is because of climate change but you can point to a lot of hurricanes over a period of time and say yeah this number definitely has something to do with how we're messing up our atmosphere yeah that's right eight and in fact we can even point to some of those individual hurricanes talk about how you know not the climate change caused you we can't say climate change caused the shortwave wave disturbance you know again it's chaotic system and and you can run a model ten different times and get a different result of you know whether or not a hurricane forms are not in each of those simulations because it is fundamentally chaotic but once it does form and it begins to strengthen we know that warming atmosphere warmer ocean temperatures there's more evaporative a transfer of heat from the ocean surface which is the energy that drives and strengthens these storms in fact a colleague of mine carry a manual of MIT i think now more than two decades ago worked out a very elegant theory for a tropical cyclones you can actually model them as a carnot cycle nice and there's a a a sort of cold temperature reservoir at the troposphere at the boundary between the troposphere and the stratosphere which is sort of the lid on the rising motion associated with these systems and the the surface of the tropical ocean is the the warm reservoir and the efficiency the work done which is a measure of how intense in fact the hurricane can become is a function of the differences between and those temperatures in terms of karnal yeah it's a very elegant theory and it's essentially right and so what happens is that upper temperature that cold temperature reservoir pretty much stays the same but the warm temperature the surface of the ocean is increasing in so the efficiency increases more work is done these hurricanes become more powerful and so we can talk about how with given hurricane it was likely you know more intense had more water vapor in it because that's the amount of water vapor in the atmosphere is another nice simple physical relationship knows the classiest clapper on equation basically basically the evaporative evaporation rate increases as an exponential function of the temperature so warmer atmosphere for each degree celsius the atmosphere holds about seven percent more water vapor and so we can say that these storms have more moisture in them that means more moisture to turn into record flooding rainfalls like we've seen over the last two years we've seen the two worst flooding events on record for the US with harvey and then with florence well okay i mean so why don't we just remind our listeners of all of the terrible things that are going to have i mean again i'm not necessarily i wanna get later to the policy soon to the policy because we can do things to change things but it it is good to to keep in mind how bad things will get if we don't change anything i mean so there's extreme weather events there's also rising ocean levels there's changes in crops and farming what what are the things that you fred about when it comes to climate change the most yeah the things that keep me up at night are are are are the things where there isn't certainly right too often we hear uncertainty offered by the critics as supposed reason for inaction oh well we're not sure so so why should we do anything well from a risk management standpoint is just the opposite of that and it's especially true that's especially true because has the the uncertainties have been cutting against us if you look at the projection say you know a decade ago and you look at where we are with respect to the melting of the ice sheets the rise in sea level or many other measures the loss of sea ice in the arctic we are seeing changes that are at the upper end of the uncertainty ranges that we put forward at every juncture and and what that tells us is that uncertainty has not been our friend as we've the result that uncertainty it's turned too you know it's turned out that you know the processes that we hadn't represented very well when you get those in the muscles eh into the models they actually tend to for example accelerate some of these processes of good examples ice sheets in the old day ice sheet was treated as just a huge mound of ice but we understand they're very dynamic in fact you can use a modified sort of set of fluid dynamics equations to describe the flowing of ice in the constituent of behavior of ice on it has a complex dynamics to it i can collapse you have ice cliffs that collapse you has ice shelves that provide buttressing support for the ice sheets you have cracks what's that form in the surface that allow meltwater to rush to the bottom of the ice sheet where lubricates the base and allows the ice to surge more quickly out to sea and so as we get the more the physics into these icesheet models we're finding that they're more dynamic and that they can collapse faster and we're seeing that and we're seeing sea level rise faster because of it so uncertainty is not our friend and that's what keeps me up at night it's the fact that there is uncertainty and and and certainly can take the form of the known unknowns as you know infamously once described by a political figure you know they're the known unknowns and the unknown unknowns in the things that keep me up at night or the unknown unknowns that are lurking out we know they're out there and we just having discovered them because the known unknowns have worked out to not be in our favor that's likely to be true for the unknown unknowns ncis well well but what about the knowns i mean we now the the sea level is rising right i did i'm sure that you're safe central pennsylvania i did check that here in LA our height above sea level is enough that even if all the ice on earth melted we would still not be underwater but some of my friends on the beach are not going to be quite so lucky is that going to be worse overall for the planet than the simple fact of the temperature is going up or does it just depend on who you are where you are yeah yeah well i mean sea level rise is certainly proceeding faster than we expected and it's true you know if you live in in jersey shore pennsylvania you'll be fine there's town called jersey shore in the middle of that i drive through whenever i drive east and you on the jersey shore of new jersey different seven story when i grew up when i was growing up i had grandparents in philadelphia we would go to the jersey shore in the summer and if you live on the josie show jersey shore you're familiar with or you know anywhere along the mid atlantic coast new york city for that matter we're already seeing miami beach you know it might even the best example there is increasing talk about managed retreat we may be essentially beyond the point where there are or any adaptations building levees or other means of of preserving some of our large coastal cities we have to literally retreat retreat from the the coastline and obviously as their becomes less land available and that can be true because because of sea level rise literally eroding our coastlines reducing the amount of of coastal land or or the the the the the amount of total land and you've got the tropics becoming potentially too warm for human beings to to occupy so you're talking about seven and a half billion and growing people competing for less space less food did and less water now that doesn't keep you up at night you're not you're not thinking about it because this really represents it's a potential crisis from a security standpoint from a conflict standpoint that's where the the scenarios that we that even in our military experts have gained out some of these scenarios you know in some of them don't look unlike unlike the the post apocalyptic the dystopia of futures that hollywood has depicted that we of what you know our future could look like if we don't get our act in gear and what is your feeling about the currently on the table political solutions the paris agreement and so forth i mean solutions not the right word but at least strategy for trying to do better i mean is it is it enough if we actually all did what the paris agreement said we should do would that be enough or is that just a little stopgap yeah it would guess behalf way to the emissions reductions we need to avert warming coming of two degrees celsius which most scientists who studied the impacts of climate change we'll tell you if we warm the plan more than two degrees celsius low lesson four fahrenheit height that's where we we start to see some of the worst impacts irreversible impacts of climate change increasing and how much have we women already we've warmed about one point two degrees celsius already so when you hear there's lot target about talk these days about the two degree celsius target but also lower one and a half degree celsius yes target because if you're a low lying island nation that's already.

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"jersey shore pennsylvania" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:35 min | 2 years ago

"jersey shore pennsylvania" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Gang. Here's a little pop quiz for you. Are you ready? Yeah. What do Ron Kim? Now, Miki const Eric Alrich and Michael Blake have in common. Oh, Ron Kim. Miki cons there in a new Broadway show, Michael Blake and Eric all Rick. What do they have in common? It must be a new Broadway show. They're not in a new Broadway show, Natalie any any guesses here now. Ooh. Adequately stumped everybody. They are all running for public advocate and the racist today. Nobody has any idea who these people are and what the public avid advocate does. This is the race there replacing Latisha James who's now are turning journal. I can't stand Latisha James, by the way. She was I heard her on the radio the other day, she is out to get Trump. Now, attorney general who's supposed to administer the law fairly come out and say I'm going to do everything to take this president down. How can she be objective? When she's when she evaluates any charges to be brought against the president. Clearly, she's not she's definitely politically motivated. We knew that. That's why she got elected. So anyway, all of these seventeen of them, I of these seventeen little dwarfs here that no one's ever heard of Melissa Mark Viverito. She's one they're all running for public advocate, which is basically a nothing Johnno people. Consider a stepping stone to get to be mayor. Well, it's actually it's a very important job. Because if anything were to happen to the mayor the public advocate. Succeed. The mayor second in line. Yeah. I mean, I do anything. No. But it's very important job. And the other thing too is. This election is is costly fifty is causing fifteen million dollars us, the u fifteen million dollars to run this election today. Which nobody's going to participate in? In addition. There was I believe seven million dollars in funds matching campaign money that went to these candidates, this multitude of candidates. Oh my God. And if no one wins a plurality, which is going to happen. To be a runoff, and how much is that going to cost me probably another fifteen. Oh my God. This is ridiculous. And the office only will the winner will only serve until November or until the end of the year because a new one will be elected in November. Well, the only thing I like about all these clowns running for public advocate is they all came out and said that the idea of mayor de Blasios president is a joke. They all said that at their debate. So anyway, if you if you wanna do your patriotic duty get to the polls today, if you live in New York and vote for public advocate. I believe I believe the New York Times endorsed Jemaine will your money Williams. Yeah. I I would think Melissa Mark Viverito may have a better chance. Oh, I'm going to vote for if you Mickey const. She's cutest is she really how'd you know, that I got a picture really physical Miki const Alexander Cortez. But all right. Well, Nikki's got my vote. Okay. All right. So New Jersey. There's a study out says quality of life in New Jersey is at a three decade low. This is a Monmouth university poll. Let's see what do they say here. Only eleven percent of the people polled say New Jersey is an excellent state to live in. Excellent say good, and that's a drop of five percent from last year's bar. I Joe has a list of grievances. Joe is a New Jersey guy. He's got a list of grievances about living in New Jersey. Well, first of all, I wouldn't say it's good. I mean, it's a stretch to say it's fair. But clearly the taxes are too high Yip and even in this of poll property taxes, the high level of property taxes is the most pressing issue for most people. Okay. So you're paying a lot in taxes. You would think you'd get something for its right? The roads are a mess. Okay. In disrepair. The state is overcrowded to mass transit is messed up three politicians are corrupt or they're a well there are pockets of prosperity nice little towns that you will find I wanna live in alpine one. We'll see. That's it. They're nice little pockets of towns. But there are still large parts of the state that are not doing well economically. Another problem with. State. Well, some will say this is the reason it's so messed up is. There are too many little towns you're talking about four five six thousand people. That's a town. That's a town with the police department of public works department. That's a bigger more expensive. Absolutely. How did that come about? I don't know. It's just it's been that way there. They don't have a sports team of their own to route four, but you just have to New Yorkers. And I think another problem is you it's a bad identity. If you go around the country, and he's from New Jersey, I think you live in a toxic waste dump. Yeah. There you go. And by the way. It smells to when. I go out. You know, the Newark you go through that weird area. Where all those smells are gasoline alley. But so so there you go I mean now on the positive side of things. Well, there's one more negative thing. There's a weird town called western New York. That's in New Jersey, west New York, west New York. I mean that is bizarre. How can you call west New York, and it's a New Jersey because it's it's on the other side of the Hudson. I guess I don't know. I don't know who who knows why the place called New York. That's in New Jersey case, there's there's a when you drive through Pennsylvania. There's a place called jersey shore jersey shore, Pennsylvania. See if I were the mayor if I were the governor of New Jersey, I would change it to west jersey jersey. But he says give me something positive. I could say about New Jersey or the golf courses. Listen, very nice, golf course. I'll give you that. Well there and there are beautiful. You know, what's nice is that when I when I'm riding my bike at I'm up by the George Washington Bridge. You look at the cliffs that come down in into the Hudson Palisades Palisades, that's pretty. I I don't want to be one hundred percent negative because there's a I live in a very nice town. So I've got nothing to complain about. But you know, into talented, the state has some real issue is the population shrinking because people are leaving fleeing the tax problem, absolutely end, the wealthier going and governor Murphy appears to be doing absolutely nothing about anything. No. He continues to run up the cost of government giving away more of the family leave. I think he's counting on legal of marijuana to bring in a lot of money for the state. How are the school systems again pockets of good with hands on where you go? Oh, absolutely. I mean, I that's one when I moved there. I went to a town that had a good school system. And but the problem is that's where the taxes are the highest right? Of course. And wasn't Governor Chris Christie colossal disappointment to new Jerseyans wasn't elected to kind of shake things up back in the day? Yeah. It's, but you know, it's it's that the eternal government. It's just you can't change the system, and you had you had low gas prices for a while. But now, they're creeping up. That's true. They raise the gas tax Twenty-three cents a gallon. Well, here's the positive. You. Don't have to pump your gas in New Jersey. Right because well, but you don't have to pump guests they pump it for you. Well, that's not really a big incentive to move to New Jersey. I'm capable of pumping gas. I'm not gonna go pay taxes. So somebody can pump my gas. I'm stretching for positives here, Michael. That's it. Wow. Boy, get short down the shore. Yeah. Jersey shores, very nice. Yeah. It is nice. Okay. Little honky-tonk for me. But okay, whatever, you know. It's like a jersey shorts has that TV show. So I think I'm done. That's it for new how long have you lived there about thirty years. Joe Bartlett spokesman for New Jersey, they should put you on those tunes. Monetize canoe on the pond. The sun's coming up. It looks so nice. I feel I feel bad trashing it because it's your home state. It's my home state. Yes. All right. Well, sorry, New Jersey. But you don't rank very high on the survey of places to live. Okay. When we got when we come back. Now. This is a story we followed before. But I'm going to remind you of it. There was a model quite a beautiful woman. We're gonna put on our website. She offered her for sale. She has sold. It really. A question is for how much we'll tell you back and don't forget to listen to WRR tonight with Joe contra and lease wheel this evening from six to nine. And now, let's get the.

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"jersey shore pennsylvania" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

12:03 min | 2 years ago

"jersey shore pennsylvania" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You could win a hoodie. Just by liking the page like Janet Krueger who listens to us in jersey shore, Pennsylvania W E J, s thank you very much for listening there. It's one of our newer stations out there. They've got a couple of them got an AM and FM, and we really appreciate it. So there's more than one jersey shore. No, no, no, no, no. They have more than one station. They're more jersey shore, Pennsylvania. Oh, I'm sure there's shortage just a show. It must not actually be a town. I wouldn't bring it up that jersey when we talk about other parts of the nation. I just I I don't know. I know I'm okay, not knowing sometimes. Okay. Now, do like me a few here name of a town. And you're just curious and you go like Atlanta, Minnesota or something like that. Oh, I thought there. So you Google it just to see how many towns name that they're on the country. You find other like six or seven or eight really I look look at all the Google images. And try to imagine myself living there. Could be looking up towns. Just going to give a shout out to our South Dakota public safety council drive. Save South Dakota here in our state. They did a local Super Bowl commercial, which was very impactful. I I put it out on our understood show. I didn't do it. Well, and people didn't catch in town for a they did a promotional campaign that promoted this neat. Little quaint town in the black hills is what I thought it was had to imagine. And it was rims field, South Dakota. And I had never heard of it before. And I'm like, this looks kind of neat. It looked like nirvana fix moldy. They did the best tourism ad for principals, South Dakota. I thought, wow, this little talent spent some money they must want to get their bed and breakfast is filled up. What is going on? So me like a lot of other people. We went into Google or wherever you go, and we typed in prince field dot org. And it brought us to the South Dakota public safety council. I believe drive safe. South Dakota's is the campaign, but it was a town of one hundred twenty six people and in a later commercial. Outlined. The fact that that's how many people were killed in South Dakota are small state with with seven hundred eight hundred thousand people whatever we have that diet and drinking and driving accidents. And they were making the example of we lose a whole smell small town in South Dakota people that that shoes to drink and drive. It was I think one of the most intriguing campaigns that I have seen. I've worked with them on bringing some cars to different events to help them with different things. But that was a shout out to our local folks for that effort. And I think I don't know if it was Lawrence Schiller that I think might have had something to to put that together. But that was that was really really good. It was well done. Let's go to Madison Minnesota and talk to Tom, Tom, you're on the end of the hood show. What can we do for you? Hey, guys, appreciate show to listen to you every week and by golly. I've got something to ask guy the two thousand and eight zero all-terrain Kuka pick up, and it seems like I noticed that coming off a lake when I had four added in Fogel drive that when I drive and drove out onto the main highway where it was dry that the rear end. It seemed like the inside tire was turning wasn't releasing. It was like it was jerking type thing and I backed up and try different things and it finally went away. But it just seems like the differential is not releasing the insights, either when you're turning any ideas. Or are you pretty confident you feel that it's just your feeling the rear. Axle, only not releasing. Yes. Yeah. Actually, you can actually hear it sometimes because we'd see quite a bit where the transfer cases will continue to bind and hang up. After they're released, and it'll feel a lot like the rand. But I just want to you. You seem very specific. So does this when you quit after a while did win did the next time it occurred? When was that was it would did you get back on ice or anything like that? Or has it not done it since it seems like it's in slippery conditions. And and then when you go back to, you know, track a good dry roadway. And it has that there's a button on the dash that you. You know to eliminate the switch or whatever I got traction control as part of its. If I if I push that button that seems like it goes away. Okay. I'm I'm one see when you put it in four wheel drive it alters the way traction control works on some vehicles. It kills the ABS because if it's locked front and rear you can't very well unlock the left front when the when the rest of the wheels are locked up. So it turns on and off. So if you're turning that system off, and then you're driving, and you turn it back on the problem might be that you have a wheel speed sensor, that's not registering like the rest of them. So the system thinks that you've got slippage going on and it's activating and causing it to bind. If it's traction it can cause one wheel to be breaking action applied to it. And the rest of them not to give you that. When we were young you sound like I can't judge your age for sure, but you sound like you're at least as old as us, and we used to step on the parking brake when we were parked in the old rear wheel drive cars just a little bit. If we were stuck in the snow. You remember that you stop one wheel from and said the other one would grad forgot about. Yeah. That's. A long time. We don't try that. Now, folks because it won't it doesn't work the same in most cars, but that's what that trash comes role. Does it applies braking to the wheel that spinning? So the other wheel goes and what the open differential vehicle, so it might be doing that. It's gonna be kinda hard to diagnose because they'll have to duplicate it while they're watching a scanner. So if you can here's what you need to do is keep doing what you're doing. Get it down to a science where you could drive into the shop and say all right, you go for a ride with me. I can make this occur. They'll plug a scanner into it sit in the passenger seat and watch it while you drive it and go from four wheel drive the two, and they'll be able to watch those numbers on those wheels. And see if one of them if it's being activated. And if one of them is slower than the rest, and that'll tell him if he just give it to him and say, hey, something's wrong with this truck driving. Explain it. Probably not gonna be able to duplicate it it can make tough. But I I think that maybe what's going on as you gotta trash control issue. And for our listeners that are in other climates were a northern station. But that we're a little concerned what he said he drove off the lake. It was frozen. I'm assuming. Yes. Inches ice. We're on a nationally syndicated show. Of course. So we have listeners all across the country, and they don't get to drive across there. Lakes, all the time. Probably not. No and one other thing to consider in writing. I think Russia's right on it here with you. But just some of those how many miles you got on this truck. I think it's like eighty five or ninety thousand have you ever service the differential fluid? I have not. All right. It could be something acting up in that limited slip differential, if it has a g eighty code in your glovebox, you open up your glove box. And there's a list of codes that are the RPO codes from when they built the vehicle and the g codes have to do with the rear axle, and they'll be like a GT four which would mean, it's like three seventy three gear ratio. And then a GED would mean that has a limited slip differential, and I have the g eighty code. Okay. Well, just I would with eighty thousand miles but service that we're axle and make sure it hasn't been inspect the differential. I gotta ask are you in your vehicle right now looking in the glove box. Or did you just know that I knew that? Because I've looked at it. The I've looked at the build seat before. That's awesome. Most people do not know that. That's that's sometimes always say RPO codes. They go a what an aware and not have them. And now we live in a world. Because of data confidentiality and trying to get information. I believe is what it is the two thousand in nineteen a lot of two thousand eighteen GM products. Don't have those anymore. They're pulling them off all cars that we're seeing. We're seeing a lot of those you have to go to the manufacturer to get that information. So it makes it a little more interesting, Tom. Thanks very much for the call eight six six five nine four four one five. Oh, let's go to Pittsburgh and talk to art art, you're on the end of the hood show. What can we do for you? Always appreciate the show. Thank you. I have to two unrelated questions two different vehicles. Go for the first one ninety two Chevy case thirty five hundred helped the friend swap. Small block three fifty around. We got it all done. You're fired up it runs for a little while. And then all of a sudden, it stinks a gas. And kinda gets choked up my speculation is, but my friend denies it. I think we might have mixed up the crossover throttle bodies with the injectors from his running engine was blue head gasket versus the running engine. You put in could that theory. Sound right? If you might have something else wrong as to why after runs for a little bit starts, which extra gas and chokes out. So they were both throttle body engines, yes were they both the same size three fifteen three fifty seven four three fifty s. Yeah. If you switched them unless there was a problem with the throttle body. This should be the same early similar enough for pounds per hour on the injectors that that shouldn't cause it to run like that. One thing. I'm curious about those at three fifty that you put in it is it equipped with an agr valve on the passenger side and the one that came out. All right. Try unplugging that just unplug the vacuum line. And put a golf tee in there just to test. It started up and see if it still does it because if it does not it's possible that the valve was got some carbon Bill Bennett, and the solid Loyd is leaking a little bit. So it's allowing that thing too slowly activate as the vacuum runs through it. And it won't release that valve when it's supposed to be in that position of the valve, and it's causing the die. And you could even just look at the bottom of the bell with flashlight of it's got the open bottom of that valve is opening up while it's sitting there. That's that's a problem. It would be opening up at six it's weenie poor extra gasoline. We'll just it's gonna pour they'll do that. But it's gonna pour burned exhaust gases into the engine and those burn gases cannot burn. So it's gonna. Lower the cylinder taps, and it's not gonna run with the other issue in the head guessing going out of it. Did it did it a bunch of coolant into the exhaust? Into pan I can guarantee. Okay. Well, because if if something does that still have the factory catalytic converters and stuff on it. I would say, no, no. I know it doesn't okay? Because we we have seen where exhaust but not the original. All right because we've seen where with the head gaskets going out where people burn a lot of coolant all of a sudden through an engine at one period of time. They can overwhelm those Cadillac covers and they'll zero to censorship. Yeah. And they just don't operate right at that point. So. Yeah. Well, two sensors if it's still equipped to be something to check on two things to check. The Melvin o two's each year Valvano to censor those were the two things we check I. Good knock look at that. But he said we took the air clean off gets to the gas. Just pouring in. Oh, yeah. They spray pretty heavy on those. So that wouldn't be a real.

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"jersey shore pennsylvania" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

08:59 min | 2 years ago

"jersey shore pennsylvania" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Everybody. It's time to get back under the hood with a motor medics. Welcome back to the under the hood show. Thanks for joining us for another edition. Russ Evanston, Shannon. Nordstrom are here to answer your questions. I'm Chris Carter here to answer your calls the phone number eight six six five nine four four one five. Oh, and he joins us on Facebook. You could win a hoodie. Just by liking the page like Janet Krueger who listens to us in jersey shore, Pennsylvania and W E J s thank you very much for listening there. It's one of our newer stations out there. They've got a couple of got an AM and FM, and we really appreciate it. So there's more than one jersey shore. No, no, no, no, no. They have one more than one station. They're more jersey shore, Pennsylvania. Oh, I'm sure there's. Sure was just a show. It must not actually be a town. I wouldn't bring it up that jersey when we talk about other parts of the nation. I just I I don't know. I know I'm okay, not knowing times. Okay, dot noise. Do like me a few here name of a town. And you're just curious when you go like, Atlanta, Minnesota or something like that. And you go, oh, I thought there so you Google it just to see how many towns named that. There are in the country. You find other like six or seventy really I look look at all the Google images. And try to imagine myself living there. Could be looking up towns just going to give a shout out to our South Dakota public safety council. Tried to save South Dakota here in our state. They did a local Super Bowl commercial, which was very impactful. I I put it out on our understood show. I didn't do it. Well, and people didn't that's the catch in town for a they did a promotional campaign that promoted this neat little quaint town in the black hills is what I thought it was had to imagine. And it was rims field, South Dakota. And I had never heard of it before. And I'm like, this looks kind of neat. It looked like nirvana fixed. They did the best tourism ad for principals, South Dakota. I thought, wow, this little talent spent some money they must want to get their bed and breakfast is filled up. What is going on? So me like a lot of other people. We we went into Google or wherever you go and we take in prince field dot org. And it brought us to the South Dakota public safety calls believe drive safe. South Dakota's is the campaign, but it was a town of one hundred twenty six people and in a later commercial. Outlined. The fact that that's how many people were killed in South Dakota are small state with with seven hundred eight hundred thousand people whatever we have that diet and drinking and driving accidents. And they were making the example of we lose a whole smell small town in South Dakota people that that chose to drink and drive. It was I think one of the most intriguing campaigns that I have seen. I've worked with them on bringing some cars to different events to help them with different things. But that was a shout out to our local folks for that effort. I think I don't know if was Lawrence Schiller that I think might have had something to put that together. But that was that was really really good. It was well done. Let's go to Madison Minnesota and talk to Tom, Tom, you're on the end of the hood show. What can we do for you? Hey, guys, appreciate show titled listen to you every week. And by golly, I've got something to ask guy have a two thousand eight zero all-terrain crew cab pickup, and it seems like I noticed it coming off a lake when I had four. Dr that when I turned out the drive and drove out onto the main highway where it was dry that the rear end. It seemed like the inside tire turning wasn't releasing. It was like it was jerking type thing and I backed up and try different things and it finally went away. But it just seems like the differential is not releasing the insights, either when you're turning any ideas. And we're pretty confident you feel that it's just your feeling the rear. Axle, only not releasing. Yes. Actually, you can actually hear it sometimes because we see quite a bit where the transfer cases will continue to bind and hang up after they're released, and it'll feel a lot like the rear end. But I just want to you. You seem very specific. So does this when you said quit after awhile did when did the next time it occurred? When was that was it would did you get back on ice or anything like that? Or has it not done it since? It seems like it's in slippery conditions. And and then when you go back to, you know, track a good dry roadway. And it has that there's a button on the dash that you push. You know to eliminate the slippage or whatever I got traction control as part of its. And if I if I push that button that seems like it goes away. Okay. I'm I'm see when you put it in four wheel drive it alters the way traction control works on some vehicles. It kills the APS because if it's locked front and rear you can't very well unlock the left front when the when the rest of the wheels are locked up. So it turns out enough. So if you're turning that system off, and then you're driving, and you turn it back on the problem might be that you have a wheel speed sensor, that's not registering like the rest of them. So the system thinks that you've got slippage going on and it's activating and causing it to bind. If it's traction it can cause one wheel to be breaking action applied to it. And the rest of them not to give you that. When we were young you sound like I can't judge your age for sure, but you sound like you're at least as old as us, and we used to step on the parking brake when we were parked in the old World Drive cars just a little bit. If we were stuck in the snow. You remember that you stop one wheel from the other one? I had forgot about. Yeah. That's. Long. We don't try that. Now, folks. Because won't it doesn't work the same in most cars, but that's what that trash can come drill. Does it applies braking to the wheel that spinning? So the other wheel goes, and it's the open differential vehicle. So it might be doing that. It's gonna be kinda hard to diagnose because they'll have to duplicate it while they're watching a scanner. So if you can here's what you need to do is keep doing what you're doing. Get it down to a science where you could drive into the shop and say all right, you go for ride with me. I can make this occur. They'll plug a scanner into sit in the passenger seat and watch it while you drive it and go from four wheel drive to two and they'll be able to watch those numbers on those wheels. And see if one of them if it's being activated. And if one of them is slower than the rest, and that'll tell him if you just give it to him and say, hey, something's wrong with this truck driving. Explain it. They're probably not gonna be able to locate it it can make it tough. But I I think that may. Maybe what's going on as you gotta trash control issue. And for our listeners that are in other climates were northern station. But that we're a little concerned what he said he drove off the lake. It was frozen. I'm assuming. Yes. Twenty inches of ice. We're on a nationally syndicated show. Of course. So we have listeners all across the country, and they don't get to drive across there. Lakes, all the time. Probably not no and one other thing to consider. I think Russia's right on it here with you. But just some of those how many miles you got on this truck. I think it's like eighty five or ninety thousand have you ever service the rue differential fluid. I have not. All right. It could be something acting up in that limited slip differential, if it has a g eighty code in your glovebox, you open up your glove box. And there's a list of codes that are the RPO codes from when they built the vehicle and the g codes have to do with the rear axle, and they'll be like a GT four which would mean, it's like a three seventy three gear ratio. And then a g eighty would mean that has a limited slip differential, and I have the G eighty code. Okay. Well, just with eighty thousand miles. Let's service that Rexel and make sure it hasn't been inspect the the the differential. I gotta ask are you in your vehicle right now looking in the glove box. Or did you just know that I knew that? Because I've looked at it. I've looked at the Bill before that's awesome. Most people do not do that. That's that's the sun is always say RPO codes. They go a what an aware and not have them. And now we live in a world. That because of data confidentiality and trying to get information. I believe is what it is the two thousand and nineteen a lot of two thousand eighteen GM price don't have those anymore. They're pulling them off all cars that are. We're seeing we're seeing a lot of those you have to go to the manufacturer to get that information. So it's.

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"jersey shore pennsylvania" Discussed on The Daily Boost

The Daily Boost

09:04 min | 3 years ago

"jersey shore pennsylvania" Discussed on The Daily Boost

"Thanks to. We believe for supporting the daily boost. We believe is more than a beautiful website builder to all in one platform for artists and entrepreneurs who want to sell their products, build their brand and create successful online businesses go to. We dot com slash boost to get fifteen percent off your first purchase. Thanks to. We've Lee for supporting the daily boost. That's my grandma from the little town of jersey shore, Pennsylvania lease. It used to be little years ago used to say. It's been print near eighteen years. I hated a Monday as me. How's your Monday today? Are you are you? Are you loving Monday? Are you excited by getting the week on? Are you still kind of like the Monday. Fix? It's the daily boost from motivation, move dot com. The positive loose you need every single day. Eighteen years ago, I decided I was not going to put my boss said, Scott. You got to be here at eight o'clock on a Monday morning for a meeting. I said, we're gonna talk about and talk about what we're gonna do all day. I said, why don't we just come in and do it. To be at eight o'clock? That's the rules said, okay. So from that point on, I think it was not long after that. I said, I. I don't like that rule. I think I'll be counterculture here in a decided not to, and I literally walk out the door. I gave him notice, but I went out start my own business and I vowed from that point forward, but I don't mind working Monday. I don't mind, but I don't a hated. I want to get up in the morning knowing I'm excited about the week and in most days by the way, it's typically just a planning day planning day. Here's an idea for you and a lot of entrepreneurs do this. Mondays are planning and getting ready for the weekend day and man. I'm going to give away my secret here. I know it sounds official. It's a planning day nothing scheduled, but the truth is it just allows me to goof off and make the weekend longer if I want to or I can come in and to plan on Mondays, you can design your life the way you want to which you have to decide to do it that intention decision thing. We talked about on Friday. How are you? It's me Scott Smith on the founder and the chief motivating officer here at motivation to move dot com. And I'm happy. We believe here today. We today sponsor of the daily boots. Thank you so much for that with we Blay you don't just get great looking online store templates. You get all the tools. You need to build your brand and promote your products. All in one package designed to turn your idea into a thriving online business. Plus they've got an incredible customer success team, no scripts, no robots, just friendly experts whose only job is to help you do whatever needs to. So whether it's lavender Bescot or distress, denim sofas weirdly helps you turn your idea into a powerful online store because success isn't just getting your products online. It's getting them in the hands of Custer. Tour's who will love them as a fan of the daily boost. Go to. We dot com slash boost and you'll get fifty percents off your weekly online store. That's we bleed dot com slash Fuste. It was. It was last week, right? We talked about, you know, what do you do when you're doing? You did hear that show you to go get a thirsty, Thursday, Thursday show. Maybe it's Thursday show. I think last week, the know exactly. That was a Wednesday show actually is Wednesday show. What do you do when you're doing you? Because I often say that there's a clue there if you whatever you do when you're when you're not compelled to do something else and you don't have to go to work or you don't have chores to do things like that and you just chilling, what do you do? So are you having a difficult time being you finding who you are? This is something we, we need to take care of first off. I want you to look at what you do when you're doing you and decide that, hey, th- certain things make me happy and just just decide that you're going to do more of what makes you happy and less what dozen disag- get. It doesn't get any simpler than that. Wellesley much hard. Yeah, it's hard, not really. I mean, the very here come here get get over here. Don't I said, get over here. Here's the thing. If you just decided today that you're just you're going to do more of what you like to do and you're not going to do it. You don't like to do anymore. You might not be able to stop today because you might get fired. Right? But you certainly start the process. You could build a bridge, go in that direction and I promise you it won't take very long, not at all, not long at all because most of its self inflicted anyway, we'll take you very long before you're doing exactly the things you love to do. Now. Once you do that, I think you get to that mastery of craft you. You have a chance to do the things you love to do and the time you spend on those things, you're going to get better at it and you're going to great at it, and I want you to be great because a lot of people I think have legacy in their life. They wanna leave something. I don't know that we can decide what that is. I still don't know quite what mine is. He got up. He talked a lot, maybe that's it. And he helped a few people along the way. That's my legacy. I don't know. I don't remember worried about. I'm just showing up every day. That's all certainly when we when the time has come in, I'm. Gone, which is going to be eighty seven years. So now I'd like to be known that at least what I did I I was pretty good at it. I had a level of greatness in there, and I, I pay attention that it's the mastery of craft for me, and that's what I pay attention to. So do you know the traits of somebody who has a level of greatness in their life people that may be UC as as pretty go people? Let's go through them and let's see if you can get these yourself, and I give you some ideas how to use them. Okay. Number one, imagination. Imagination. It's just you magin age imagination. It's amazing to me how easy it is to lose your imagination when you're working forty or fifty hours a week and taking care of the kids and pay the bills and all that stuff. It's one of the first things that goes, but as a kid, you probably had tons of imagination tons of dreams of what you want to do with your life. Look at kids these days your kids, possibly. They haven't to its watchmen stand that with a world. I have that. I have an amazing imagination. I could just sit down and just go there and just reams sometimes at the pinch myself to make sure it will cook was, was I think it about it or today did I do it? What was it? It's so vivid for me, you sure immagination. That's where you form images. That's where your ideas come from. That's sensations, building your mind. That's where you get excited by the way do it without the help of others. It's pretty common these days with the internet and all well, am I do imagination and you'll Google it and gone by course and take a class about being more imaginative known to sit down and let yourself go. It's built in you were born with it. It was a standard feature on the model that you are. When you're born, you were born with. Imagination. Just turn it on. Okay. Trust yourself. Trust yourself. If you're in this program, if you're listening to this show right now, if you're listening to this kind of podcast, you have your mind is wandering. Your mind is creating your mind is wanting something a vision is being cast, so you're already in their so use it more. Use it all day every day. Create something. To be enthusiastic. And live with excitement and passion. No, not every minute of the day. Neil have to do that. But you can choose what you wanna do and you can eliminate those things that don't make you happy and excited and enthusiastic. I mean, if you're not enthusiastic about it, like I said, does make a change might not happen tomorrow you might have to transition? I certainly usually when I do it frankly, it's I can do certain things instantly, but if it's embedded in my life, it can take a year before I can transition maybe out of something that I go. What was I think in why did I get into that? And these days I'm pretty good about not getting into things I think will eventually become that. I want to be enthusiastic about my day and about my world about what I do doesn't make it easy, doesn't make it less frustrating. None really is some of the things I'm most enthusiastic about that. I had the most excitement about the most passionate for a really freaking hard to do, and you have to strap me in my chair and get me to do them. I don't want to do them. And yet at the same time, it's I'm in the moment. I love it. Enthusastic route it. Only do things that feel right to you. Why do these programs? There's a lot of things I could do here, but you know what? The end of the day I can only make them as good as they're going to be that day. I sit down through Seattle. I'm having fun with it. I'm right in my world. I, I'm doing what I think I was put on the planet to do and he's could do it. Is it easy? Not really. It's actually hard to sit down and do these. Sometimes it's actually hard to go through the process of uploading talking to sponsors and things that we have those on certain shows. You know, it's kinda hard to do that. But I enthusiastically do it. I just love it. Practice persistence, life is long. Most everything you want your life is going to take longer than you think to get it a lot longer. Some things will happen fast, no doubt about that, but, but you need to learn to love being persistent. Doggedly persistent. I did really well with the two women. I married verse one a long time ago when when she passed away, then joy came along. And I, I know exactly why marry me not only because I'm a fantastic guy, an amazingly good looking as crazy. Good. I mean, how could they say no. But I just was persistent. I was going to close that deal. I promise you and it's worked pretty well. It's going to serve you. Well, too. Have faith. A faith. Live your life with complete trust and confidence have faith. Now that's sometimes hard for folks to say Mon. You mean by that have faith. The question will always come up, have faith in who.

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"jersey shore pennsylvania" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"jersey shore pennsylvania" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Two um sixty sixty six if you can um so there are a lot of little steps that you can take that will make your future not as bleak as you just painted it my thanks thanks very much for the call to resign wanna get another voice in here we've talked about 401 k plans you talk about a lot in your book joining me from the jersey shore pennsylvania is ted benneh he's often called the father of the 401 k created the plan while a johnson johnson in late 1970s he coauthored 401 k for dummies had been a welcome back to one point so great to have you fairly my pleasure well thank you for being here so you created the 401 k which is now widely adopted as sort of the standard plan for retirement teresa's got a different idea what do you think of the g araes well first of all yard known cruiser for quite a while and i giver height it a lot of credit for coming forward with a program that if that isn't that could would indeed do a lot to increase the retirement security own a decades ed so hurry theresa a w credit yet easy thing to do so eddie and you do ted well you can get outta ted as saying that the 401 k with the 401 k you created a monster what did you mean by that gene what i was really referring to there is not 401 k itself fit the investment mechanism and how it structured today and that's become much too complicated and expensive in uh you know that's that's really what i was talking about uh having to turn totally upside down and redo so when you see the hurdles for a guaranteed retirement account one point five percent every employee puts it in uh employer uh puts in money as well government comes into help those below a certain income level what are the hurdles here to any issues.

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