18 Burst results for "Joe Robbie"

"joe robbie" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

06:16 min | 9 months ago

"joe robbie" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Joe Robbie, who is who is ER? Who was Jill Robbie? Joe. Robbie was a very famous football owner. The Miami Dolphins back when they were the greatest team in football fact, the only undefeated team Ah, and then NFL history and so when he died in 1990 His family and that included 11 Children. Um we're left with a huge tax liability. Um, because there was not proper tax planning. Unfortunately, they were in order to To take care of the tax liability. The family had to sell the team and the stadium with the naming rights of Joe Robbie Stadium, and, Ah Again. It's a much larger a state here, but certainly with proper state planning tax planning. Um the team would not have been had to be sold and you see that here we read about it, especially nowadays with, you know, a lot of the Ah medical NFL owners tend to be older. A lot of them are And the concern is proper succession planning. So when someone dies, uh, the family is not left with coming up with a payment for capital gains. You see it the Lions just recently. Um Transfered, Um, the ownership to one of the daughters, couple of the dollars and son so that again doing it during Martha Forde, Lifetime rather than after death. It certainly helps with any tax issues. The IRS does not want a football team. No, but they certainly want you. They want the yet They don't want your family farm. They don't want factory. They don't want a mall or any of that. They want the money and the estate tax limit. Now you can have. What is it 11.3 million. Some like that. Yeah, close to 11.5 and was married couple and and so you don't have to. Ah, worry about a state taxes if your estate is less than that, if it's worth more than that chances are That it may not be all liquid. You know, A lot of people are worth a lot of money. But the it's not just in the bank, you know, it's in shares of stock. It's in corporate access. It's it's in things like that. And in Joe Robbie's case, the Miami Dolphins were a big part of his estate. He did have some other things. But he was not liquid And so ah, he had to. They had to sell the team and his name was stripped off the stadium and it could have all been avoided. You know, they say that the only two things that are unavoidable are death and taxes and death. We have figured out a way to get around yet, but a state taxes Can be paid. You know, there are many, many ways I don't want to get into a whole show on advanced the state planning. But there are things like irrevocable life insurance trusts and charitable remainder trusts and ways. Tio provide liquidity for those things for literally pennies on the dollar. And and and take care of it that way, and you've had a number of people you've dealt with the states over the years that did and that didn't do it that way, And there's a big stress difference isn't there? There's a huge dress, especially for surviving family. One thing to know that their symbol, liquidity and ways to pay the taxes. Another On a whole other feeling involved when they know that they're gonna have to sell off assets, which is certainly stressful in itself. James Brown, the Godfather of Soul. The Godfather of Soul left huge state. You know, I get to give him credit. Besides his talent, um he had $100 million state of death. And And he can spend with planning in place. I mean, he put together some trust Feelgood trust is called James Brown Feel good trust to educate needy Children, Georgia and South Carolina and then he also had a Ah, trust for for his Children and education trust for his grandchildren, So it's good planning there. So what was the issue? Um, the issue was that South Carolina Court for whichever reason reversed one of the settlements in the trust and The and the attorney general got involved. There was no right to settle to a mediation. I mean, it went to mediation. And so anyway, he attorney general Basically was rewriting the point plan and half the money went to James around Children and that was scrapped. Um, it's just a very odd case that ended up going back to court. Probate court in South Carolina and one of the hotter types of Situations where I would even ended up to corps in court because he actually has some good plans in place. And for a very, um Paladin strong, you know some good values there, too, as far as helping people. What? Correct me up here was he created the I feel good trust. That was that That was the neighbor. You could name your trust. Whatever you want to folks, most of most of our just named after the individual who made it, But it does not have to be that way. He created the every want his trusted. Feel good saying lived on And that was to educate needy Children in Georgia and South Carolina. And, Ah, the court, the state's attorney general, came in and said, Ah, hey, we are going to give half of his money to his Children. But the state Supreme Court scrap that and last we heard it was back in Macon County in South Carolina. Still being litigated and got one. Yeah, that's ah, That's that was a lot of lawsuits. We can't do any Show. I think on the state planning, foibles and estate, planning arguments and things like that, without mentioning Michael Jackson. This one's not older. And and Michael Jackson. You're right. He's in every one of them. I mean, besides this thing You know, extremely talented..

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Antonio Brown scores as New England Patriots defeat Miami Dolphins 43-0

Around the NFL

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Antonio Brown scores as New England Patriots defeat Miami Dolphins 43-0

"Antonio Brown caught a touchdown pass in his patriots debut and the Patriots ran back to interceptions for touchdowns bill belichick cut kept coming after his former pupil Brian Flores to the end forty three zip clown suit competition at the stadium formerly known as Joe Robbie the Patriots have outscored opponents seventy six three in the first two weeks and the dolphins have been outscored scored one zero to ten

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"joe robbie" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"joe robbie" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"If you call today, eight hundred eight Josh today. But yeah, I mean you may want to look at doing it, but you gotta figure out, will the new property cash flow. I mean do you have an a- property that you're looking at now? No. Not. Really? But, you know. The buildings. There's no mortgages and stuff like. Very good. Here's another. I'll give you tip on equity stripping. Let's say you're worth. You know. Forty million. I don't know what, what are your property, and let's probably forty million. And you've yet to do a state planning there. There is a very wise strategy where you equity strip you pop that money into a trust. And then when you die, you pass away and there's dead against your states would actually helps lowers lower state taxes. That's very, I mean, Trump's probably doing that. That's why they didn't want the taxes to be left out. He's probably, you know, I don't think you know some people have proposed. Okay. He's unsuccessful. That's why he does not want taxes to be released. I would say to the contrary. He's probably a big use in other phrases in other mediums. He said, you know, I'm the king of debt. Well, he's probably stripped equity out of properties pop that equity into insurance trusts. So he. Avoids the plight of Joe Robbie. Remember Joe Robbie was the owner of the Miami Dolphins who they, they have the cell, the dolphins because they couldn't pay state taxes. So I'm I'm pretty sure he he's wisely using debt and the debt coupled with the depreciation is showing very little paid on his taxes. That's probably why they don't want to be let out some accents, any other questions on that. Now. I appreciate it. We'll call your we'd love to doing and folks, if you need help with your taxes, on your role, state holdings, call us when you have a significant amount, particularly in real estate, if it's in the millions, you may want to have some debt to lower the value of your taxable state. When you Don it's a very important point that doesn't get mentioned enough. So call us. Eight nine hundred Josh for the what to do with my largest state review eight nine Josh, this week, will be in Hackensack New Jersey short hills. New Jersey also Pennsylvania. Princeton, New Jersey, Connecticut. Long island. Our corporate headquarters Tom's river, New Jersey also have one spot left this week. In red Bank, New Jersey, one spot left in Princeton. So call us now. Eight Josh eight eight eight nine eight eight five six seven four. We'll be back these messages with your hawks deferred vehicles, such as 4._0._1._K's, and I are as sound. And good up front. But did you realize that when you retire, you'll have to pay taxes on all your earnings, legally minimize your taxes when you withdraw retirement funds with tax free IRA's and other tax favorite accounts. Call the Dolinsky advisory group now at eight eight eight nine eight eight Josh, that's eight.

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"joe robbie" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"joe robbie" Discussed on Recode Decode

"Deco, thanks editor Joe Robbie and our producer. Eric johnson. I'll be back here on Monday. Tune in then. Everyone Scott Galloway here to talk to you about the show. I co host with Kerris hit by the way. I clearly didn't write that she co host with me. I'm sick of being meeker. Joe I am not a pip to her. Gladys your anyways every week. We'll talk free markets privacy. And everything that's come out of the Pandora's box known as big tech. You'll hear us talking about Zuckerberg vase os and other dark lords that have turned to the dark side of the force giving you context, the you need to understand our moment in tech, and in time care brings on the ground reporting and all attempt to pull out some of the key things that help you understand the world we live in and give you the full picture for all this and more. Please listening subscribed on apple podcasts or wherever you're listening. Hey, we co decode listeners. I'm ready Guernsey it. I'm Gordon where the co-host displace the podcast listen to if you want to understand why we have the largest global displacement coexistence. We'll in the season we're going to focus on one of the most important issue shaping displacement crisis. That's how the nature of wars changing technology. We're gonna be filling you with nightmares of killer. Drones cyberwarfare an officer intelligence leading global conflict. I really curious. I wanna to know about how all of the negative trends that we're seeing and how technology shaping our lives like everybody looking at their phones all the time actually translates into warfare, but we all gonna get practical. We're going to be asking what the walls are going to be the worst in two thousand nineteen west. It would be focusing our tension, and how are shifting technologies tactics and changes to the international. Global order shaping the way conflicts start and play out swap to season to displace. Now, apple podcasts. Wherever you you. Pull casts.

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"joe robbie" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"joe robbie" Discussed on Recode Decode

"Yes. I do that once in while and do yes, I do. The twist. I keep joking that it's just pretty much Alexandria, Cossio Cortez and Trump right now hard to be that's all that's watch them. And that'll be now that you're done with this go check out one of our other podcast, Recode media and pivot. You can find those shows wherever you found this one thanks for listening to this episode of Rico deco, thanks to our editor Joe Robbie and our producer. Eric johnson. I'll be back here on Wednesday. Tune in then. We decode listeners I'm ready for Murphy, it, I'm Gordon with a co host of displaced the podcast to listen to. If you want to understand why we have the largest global despite some consistence where we'll team in the season. We're going to focus on one of the most important issue shaping the displacement crisis. That's held the nature of wars changing technology. We're going to be filling you with nightmares of killer. Drones cyberwarfare an awesome intelligence leading global conflict. I I'm like, really curious. I wanted to know about how all of the negative trends that we're seeing and how technology shaping our lives like everybody looking at their phones all the time actually translates into warfare. But we all going to get caught practical. We're going to be asking what are the ones that are going to be the worst in two thousand nine hundred should we be focusing our attention, and how are shifting technologies tactics and changes to the international. Global order shaping the way conflicts start an play out swap to season to displace now on apple podcasts. Wherever you getting pulled casts. Everyone Scott Galloway here to talk to you about the show. I co host with Kerris wisher hit by the way. I clearly didn't write that. She co host with me. I'm sick of being meek at Joe, I am not a pip to her. Gladys your anyways every week. We'll talk free markets privacy and everything that's come out of the Pandora's box known as big tech. You'll hear us talking about Zuckerberg bazo s- and

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"joe robbie" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"joe robbie" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"And I really think management is. We know what is dead back to what you said people even in Silicon Valley, they think it's command and control. It's not. Yeah. And so more people need you right and people who really next I'm been working on this book this year, and I'm going to go off and rediscover, you know, sort of going to wandering tour. What would be your thing? Absolute thing that you haven't done that. You wish you well. I I wander I'm gonna wander I dunno. I wanted. I just wanna I think I'm good coach. I'm going to help you leaders. I don't want to go back to big business. I'm done with that. Yeah. Some going to go wander boards. Beth I'm on the Nike board. Yeah. So that's a good point like some things over there. Yeah. They're working on may do I may do another board. But I'm going to wander around a reenter business in a very different way. I'm gonna really I really want to lean into my expression. More creativity. Do maybe do more writing good Beth Comstock, thank you. Thanks Kara show. I look forward to your next chapter me to what people say that next. Check. I don't know. I've been saying I want to be an intern. So maybe I'll come here and all my God internet Rico. All right. Thanks for your application, turning it down. I don't literally I'm trying to shed people to understand I want to like just want. I wanted to take scooters all around the city by myself. But that's what I'm gonna do. But I do those and intern just come in wander and fix things think about consider your application a little high paid. I'm I'm gonna do this for for. Oh, no, no, no never say that. Well, no, I have to get paid something here. Rank you get paid something. You're right. Do anything for you? Right. Good luck. No women should ever. No one should ever. Now. Really? Anyway. Thank you Beth Comstock for coming on the podcast. And thank you all for listening. If you liked it, please tell a friend. You can follow me on Twitter at CARA. Swisher? Thanks to our sponsors into cadence. Thirteen invokes media for selling those ads. Thanks to Joe Robbie who Edison show and our producers gold, Arthur and Eric Johnson. This is Recode media. We'll see you next week.

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"joe robbie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"joe robbie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Sucks four thirty or seven thirty five when you're back easter like can we make it a seven zero five game please is it always ends up like i know doubt more whitehead back when the marlins played at joe robbie stadium there is a ton of delays we always had delays i bet you as number two on delays during the game was delayed rain oh really bad weather miami miami lannan pray number two but then like it always happened to at eight thirty eight thirty you should be in like the sixth inning already or you should but it was like the fourth or third or whatever you can't say it was an official game delayed hotter than hell knowing about linda we'll get more into the not hitting for the giants and actually we're going to andrew baggaley out on the five o'clock hour and he did the home road splits it's unreal like it's never been like well for a long time four thirty four thirty for bags and he did the home runs flits wow just weird they're hitting they're hitting home they're not hitting on the road that was the only only the tenth one zero game in rockies in chorus field history tenth one zero game in the giants just i don't know i don't know what it is that place you'll have to explain to me they just cannot win there so that the cardinals are coming to town there's still some remnants from lebron demarcus and all that kind of stuff we'll get into all those things as well and we'll do it on accidentally here on these sports leader tolbert and lund don king and beyond sports leader you want a beautiful wood floor in your kitchen bath were room but you also know eventually there will be.

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"joe robbie" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"joe robbie" Discussed on Recode Decode

"Interesting yeah no he's not going to be i don't think that's what i think he's going around and being just cool that's his job right cool hitting the beach doing i wish he would not do that so much i've been a little painful for the rest of us to watch it's not time to be cool it's time to be not cool like i agree with you i i just said that the other day like when you're tired of going on celebrity introduced it would be really nice if you speak up women's march or something something well we'll see anyway corey it was great talking to you he has a book you should absolutely read it it's very peptic but i liked his peptic stuff is that would that be it's very funny it's a very funny book and it's there is a jarrah there's a really great there's a whole bunch of books like this and i read them all because i think they're all they remind us a great deal of thinking hard about the choices for making but thanks for coming on the show called live work work work die a journey into the savage hardest silicon valley stores everywhere anyway thanks for talking to me it was great on the show he enjoyed the interview as much as i do be sure to subscribe to the show you can find more episodes of recode decode on apple podcasts spotify google play music wherever you listen to podcasts or just visit rico dot net slash podcast for more if you have a minute please leave us a review on apple podcasts and tell other people about the show that helps them discover great interviews like this one now that you're done with this you should check out one of our other recode radio podcasts on recode media with peter kafka your nononsense interviews with some of the smartest people in media and entertainment i also host to embarrass to ask where we answer all of your questions about consumer tech and on recode replay you can find audio from all of recode's alive events including the code conference which is coming up and code media thanks for listening to this episode of rico decode thanks to our editor joe robbie and our producer eric johnson i'll be back here on saturday tune in then.

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"joe robbie" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"joe robbie" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I think it was fifteen or twenty percent of the miami dolphins actually bought twenty percent of joe robbie stadium god so the way he got his foot in the door was by buying the stadium initially and then he bought more and more than eventually bought the dog was wayne is inga waste management or where you are money bluster sir sir i believe that's what i thought and the nights waste management i believe in the waste management what else did alan hirsch and that is because he has a to deal with the dallas cowboys so go bears fans now that means they're gonna sign camera right i don't know if somebody else gives them an offer sheet who knows i would think i didn't know that thirty seven evergreen parks on the west side represent all right what else daddy is it has the purdue boilermakers freddie today and that's because the ncaa has approved of the brace that the engineering students made for him now there's no word on whether or not he's gonna play for sure but if you play he will be allowed to wear that brace that's interesting with a broken elbow can't imagine he was making layups yesterday they showed him making lay ups in practice hey we'll see maybe play like with with wade did last night for k state five minutes or something i don't know what else kyrie irving is trending and that's because the celtics announced today that he will undergo minimally invasive procedure tomorrow to alleviate inflammation and.

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"joe robbie" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"joe robbie" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"How the players were and the teams were being put together because of that seemed to be an interesting dance uh and and series of events by the by itself uh you mentioned uh which is probably the most a memorable a guest read shall we say of nfl talent which was the uh the signing of a of larry's oxygen kick and paul warfield from miami to join the than memphis south and slash grizzlies but it the while that makes a splash it wasn't that simple was it right they weren't necessarily just going to drop everything these three players uh contractually and join memphis in 1974 when the league was getting started right they had some some wrinkles in the process and it seemed like other players in the nfl did as well i wasn't easy to get them to jump on board quickly no army or on your because you know they were injured established league uh you know they they had contracts with um you know joe robbie in miami they weren't getting paid a lot uh bassett went to the with these offers that were through the roof that they couldn't believe that's why they had to with what they signed a lot of of uh player signed where the future contracts to start in seventy five or seventy six or seventy seven not because when they they're contracts stand up there to play out there wrestler contracts tv nfl the wef else said we're not gonna take players that are still under contract with the nfl they could signed him to these future contracts which he did with says architect kicking warfield once they did that and the floodgates opened you got katie stabler signing with birmingham uh for seventy six you've got uh elsie greenwood said he would birmingham bobby had a ton of players that let's signed these future contracts ten hendrick signed a contract um.

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"joe robbie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"joe robbie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Whole grandma that's hard to do in baseball though i just need being style gic yeah no i like that that's a great one have in baseball wisely i for me who manual hi i dunno late if you go in recent in the last few years i mean anywhere you want anywhere you want i would love to see jason schmidt would have been able to do satellite healthy i liked as you're going on a different level i can dig that i like that elisa gray has he was so dominant in so many different ways if he was healthy i would love love in the other one in great teammate and everything is quickly late in this curried you know his elbow and everything i just wish that he had full bill clean bill of health all way through it i don't know he was special man najah i get it there's a lot of people trickling in all the text line talking about penny hardaway i loved every hardaway mike mulvaney yeah i mean mike would have been great to um i i think we are looking towards the end of his career on that in the way ended its socked i was there i was looking in his eyes that when i will never forget that day at miami stadium whatever you called it a joe robbie just talgat jews toubon organizers you who is the hardest thing to see because uh ironwood everyone calls meyer iron mike never came out of games never did anything and he was showed the bench was raised there is a step so you go down three four steps into the dugout levels off then there's two steps to get up to the bench and he was on the bottom step of the bench area just staring in the nowhere like it it was an hardest thing to see heart seriously because you knew he was not there and then that was it does last game owes a matt cain fastball val tip write off they're in it was one too many fertile that's brutal let's.

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"joe robbie" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"joe robbie" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"For 30 film value envy you part two by amy alahram billy corber billy was up man welcomed the big matter custer i didn't know where career cowboy underhill we just warming up lead leader comments the covered box i i had a noball left athens saturday i gotta tell you i with all be with you know sixty thousand other people screaming for four hours three and it was you know that allows is it not in the orange bowl this this was and i'll be going to be joe robbie stadium now lock about six or seven or eight hundred other names that between um for the stadium but i've seen a super bowl or i've seen marlins games actually dolphins game seen concerts i've seen it soccer games i've never seen environment like this at a miami sports venue that includes finals series i never never seen anything like obviously i love the the document really well done uh and gave the essence of really what that era was all about because cats were always wear it was like when georgetown basketball was hacked hot yoga as raw was wearing the the miami started its odia the you had that nature so the question is quite simple i want your honest opinion based on you've you've lived that program during the heyday is the you back maybe that's a good answer as i'm right this is going to ask yeah i mean you you wanna say yes because there is this as i just described back in this community that has been gone for what sixteen ear almost you know fifteen years and you should know you gotta when something you've got to win the big one you know how to get away you know and and in order to really officially that but people have been so starving downstairs so there's civil emergency who civil long and you know the dolphins that's there's just so much a heartbreaker supposed to be real if i you know that that's not everybody loves it you know and and they're in downtown miami it's still is member while you know.

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"joe robbie" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"joe robbie" Discussed on KPCC

"Number of both positive being reported in joe robbie at me incur incorrectly thing that in effect a good when he actually doug him um i got one like and of the main argument second main point is that it would make it harder who are we to me the pw now that you'd become increasingly known to anyone going to literature that increasingly what refit of doing is instead of having a high put the pavement collecting data detested by collecting data on your active respecting put pen and of all that meet the peabody they want disturbing report significant we'll before we get to the to the bad side of this i have as wide this number in the first place what did we arrive at this old europe would be required um running he knocked out of existed from the early 20th century the moon um known particular even the data around by been off don krumm generations a wreath at it on you know until recently um it would kind of a a founded way or or of judging you know a significant at arm evident levelled of repaired and now you know ingredient law you you i'd more problems with the lack of reproducibility opined typically thirty is being reported um you know an increasing amount that is due to a typical brutal and um and how to his have pointed out have been a methodological weakening at you could pay in recent years um so uh tells me the bad park than what what would be bad about lowering the structural while lowering the price hold would um you know increase the number of quote negative effects an incorrectly reporting that and and that in effect of an agreement when actually does um you know which is the counterargument widow a quote now but july money could repair to acknowledge that and what they could hit what we read the pomp recited will let only experiment by uh on average seventy percent which would get over which were which what they say that that would prevent the negative mean creeping at the same time dramatically would you the 4 quantitative uh uh being reported but you know you increasing complicated by seventy percent in every department you know that.

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"joe robbie" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"joe robbie" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"If it was the red sox for the yankees or the dodgers that would have been higher than thirteen and he might have a point because the game at all kinds of strategy in it yen and twists and turns in a lot of famous people like you wouldn't think from a cleveland ford a game but there's like a lot of heavy hitters that game um you know even young man but i remember saying some time during the seventh game when that stadium which i've modern pro player park by that time it was one time was joe robbie stadium is football stadium turned into a baseball park and they did draw very well until i got into october and i said there are people in cleveland who've been waiting for this since nineteen forty eight there are people in south florida who've been waiting for this since thursday and had now is it a lack that pisses people if they think you're you're bragging on their team you know i mean that was and then they get rid of all the deeds next year that it just would read so much more fun of cleveland went so are but that's the thing about baseball the microcosm of that indians team which is but not much different than the eighty six threats axes dad jose mesa trying to close game seven world series and that's a proper yup we had cavin schiraldi i mean you've told the story million times but you're you're in the red sox columbus with the champagne bottles yep and then there hustling hussin those babies out he did it on the thirty thirty in their chase him bartman you told that all story yeah i'd it it's it's a great i mean the footage of it is unbelievable.

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"joe robbie" Discussed on NWAP

NWAP

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"joe robbie" Discussed on NWAP

"A unfortunately forces not very good right now but whatever did you guys go to a lot of games no i had actually never been to a professional full bummed abbas will preseason game yet a missile priest not abbas who preaches the dolphins game but i've never actually been like a regular season nfl football game before they now that i live not elegant central florida i was actually thinking about at least going to see the bucks one ta uh job to james cutting my guanxi the bucks when tomba i really just don't have any sort of like foundation which football like that in terms of watching and nobody your miles washer because rao jamaican so the all watch soccer if they washed away thing yes desperate nah i wanted to say on now to sleep in a joe robbie addict president who used to be a venderley when they use a the independent of vendors a ugo bring missed off like you bring yourself up like you had to like you bring yourself to the stadium big we go in and put on a low libya yo you i got will work the eight it wouldn't him extra show foward like the first how bring 'em all the money the niqab just going up to the top deck of joe robbie the the sit down to watch gigs this all tara or they added backwards arriving with cheap nephew a gay as long as you can run away from security you all my eyes i told like burma arts without like i told you saw last year's was lillard listen i told you last season that there's like a troubled youth that he was really like a two steps away from lame chang either a really brilliant person is riley arguing they they were sucking nowhere whose things are movies but i mean really maybe you're going to say hey i didn't say i wasn't a troubled youth i say you in our history have your who died bob you talk about you he says an about.

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"joe robbie" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"joe robbie" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"This seems they skip right pass jaeki lee and then they go right to that guy from white line i don't know i don't know what it's no because i've been i think they get into the get the fucking speed metal guys i have no idea all right let's see drummer for police fired of ours blizzard of all see yet we corks link and by the way just let himself go to hell christ almighty he looks a he sold tires this whole fucking like that so much stress this whole thing case took on the guy all right after being fired wait a minute where are we burrowing list of ours who was born band members he doesn't even have his own fucking wikipedia page jesus christ at odds he had some fucking guitarist a one randy roads jaeki lee zach wild steve vitali i don't know any front guys rudy saw sizo on base come on man is that crazy he had both fucking based players surviving based players from metallica rubber trujilo he came in and recorded the bases bases reward the base against jason stated tommy aldridge iran demon fucking belgium freaked amount because i was freaking out and then i didn't ask for picturing looked relieved let's just like sorry man thanked all the great music you've you've given me i really appreciate and he goes on cool and that was often spotted subject i'm sorry anyways i am in saint petersburg florida tomorrow night however tonight i am in tampa to see bumbumbumbumbumbumba lubutu goo goo do i'm going to see the patriots play at joe robbie stadium of the fuck they call it up here.

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"joe robbie" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"joe robbie" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Is screaming about this morning a lot of folks saying there's no reason that low tax states or no tax states should be subsidising hightax dates like california it's like why should nevada besides of that i'd seen california carr's yeah no state income tax uh repeals they stay tax which is huge the death tax a lot of folks don't understand just how bad it is i mean there is a whole entire cottage industry set up for wealthy people to figure out how they're going to pay off the estate tax i'll when they die so their families aren't hit with a big burden merge joe robbie maimed name sound familiar he owned the miami dolphins joe robbie stadium while he died and he didn't actually have his estate set up properly and because of that the estate taxes are so high his family was forced to self miami dolphins you know nfl franchise that he built his own hands so that's why his state planning is very important number one but getting rid of the step tax number two is also very important establishes a 25 percent topright for small and family owned it proprietorships partnerships and escorts it's to help small business owners and it's some people are saying how gosh you know they're really does make a lot of sense because now out of rich people are going to say there's proprietorship and mabel to sneak into that a that'll probably be hammered out in the details corporate tax rate reduced to twenty percent hello bad time should have been done years ago actually corporate tax rates prybe zero percent but that's not going to happen twenty percent i think everybody can go along with now of course the democrats are screaming while these days rich corporations and of course there are saying folks like akwa faxon wolves fargo they're going to be getting the windfall from this yeah but all those companies that take stuff overseas because it's cheaper to put it there other we bring it back and they're also going to repatriate all that money that sitting overseas right now which is in the trillions of dollars apparently they're going to do a onetime tax of that income that's going to be coming across this at least steve moore will talk about this tomorrow and people are saying yeah that will.

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"joe robbie" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"joe robbie" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Oh my god it's everything um somebody is in the mix now somebody shows up in its it's bonkers yeah just i love this book i love keep that small keep it at the small cast characters and their dynamic is really cool and bennest gets them inside and out but i also like integrating other little parts the marvel universe like the guy is obama's paging night nurse um kingpin laid blame does can say blade um it lay near blade blade is awesome i ask him this is just an awesome buckets really well done you can tell its bend is doing what benefits loves to do and then there is a up like there wasn't the first issue there was a text piece on luke cage as it heck's piece on daredevil in the back of this one written by joe robbie robertson why credit would the article mapra michael ben no no nacho robby roberts now i am also one thousand present behind text pieces the daca micromax great that are in world because that is super fun super fun and win and when you can pull off his walls bend is does then all that are yet our next cook is dr afrah's of the bulls yeah we do that star wars song it's pretty get uh is part five the end of the screaming citadel dealt screen seville has been a good time hell it's been a great crossover i love when kieron and jason team up and right these books together they have a great job and it really i it feels like an epic star wars adventure completely separate from the films which i think is is challenging i mean you got a fit all this in.

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