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"joel anderson" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

14:14 min | 2 months ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

"I mean that he was such a hard driving in difficult personal work with and in the film the whole treatment of that is given over to. Who's snitch to the reporter? Which is absolutely the only person that could care about that. As like the SEALY employee of the Jordan rules is Michael Jordan. And so that's what we get is like fifteen minutes of him. Being like will horace grant did hang out with them a lot but B J Armstrong is very shifty so I never know like really bizarre and Jordan Jordan rules. I mean for people that are not familiar. With the documentary I mean basically Jordan Jordan becomes a sort of immediate icon and sensation. Because he's just he's an insane talent unlike anyone has ever seen and that insane talent is very early on married to this iconography through Nike. That creates this kind of larger than life brand even before it becomes a champion and in the beginning of his career the knock is kind of like he's a individual performer but can't lift his team in camp and can't win titles so then he wins first title and it's kind of like oh he's arrived in. This book comes out. That's like you know. Now he's sort of peak nearing the peak of his sort of global icon. Status in the book comes out. Basically being like the guys total asshole. He's a complete bullying practice. He's constantly belittling people. He's constantly and even going after like the twelfth guy on the like these these sort of crazy. Petty Mind Game Obsessive Competitiveness. Near Fisticuffs with people ragging on people to a degree. That's like moves past like the the bullshit testosteronal performance of a basketball court and into something that feels like compulsive in weird like and that's the basic takeaway from the Jordan rules but also basically documentary like that is that that notion of him is not in means like obscure or denied by what we see in the documentary. It's more that he tries to explain it. This is what makes it kind of an interesting document. More maybe despite itself. Maybe on purpose is that again. It's all this stuff like. He has been very overt about Scotty. Pippin being his best team they won six titles together. Like it's you think of Jordan. Anything Pippen in the same thought and so the idea that all these decades later. They're still a part of him. That is trying to prove that he did it despite Scotty or you could have done it without him or like just chasing the last little bit like the two percent of his legacy that he has to share with all these other players is I mean again. That's that's Michael Jordan. Every day I guess but it is still like a a strange thing to see from somebody. Who has you know outwardly? Gotten all of the things that he famously wanted. So that to me is You know what's what's the fascinating thing about this document is that basically. It's like got the public image of Michael Jordan gatorade space jam. Mcdonald's Nike be like Mike Tongue out. Champion holding the title Dunking from the free. Throw line everything total excellent and I gotta say like just for Sports. He's the best player ever it for from from a kind of stoute's perspective and kind of like full of the game. Lebron James Cream Abdul Jabbar are are both sort of up there. I think that like from the sheer magic of watching someone play I. Just there's just nothing like it to me that's partly nostalgic but but I think partly like technical like the the amount of things he was able to do the way that he dominated a game. That said it's like okay so we've got the icon and then the only time that we've gotten peaks at him at who. This guy is our behind the scenes accounts like the Jordan rules. Where it's like. He's a bully or this very famous hall of fame speech. He gave when he was inducted hall of fame. He was just like in this totally insane. Way like ticking through all his petty grievances to the point where he like was talking shit about and ragging on a decent but forgettable player for the Utah. Jazz famously. Hit the game. Winning jump shot over to to win the last title. And it's like it would be like being at your wedding and getting up for the toast and talking about like talking a bunch of trash about your tenth grade girlfriend like what's the fuck are you doing like. Why are you doing this like it's your wedding day dude like Hallelujah like I was modestly one of the weirdest things I have ever seen in my life? So what's so strange about documents I go into it thinking okay? We got the icon on one hand. Then we've got the behind the scenes weird petty grievance bounds bully. What are we going to see here and your title of your piece Joe is like Oh it's just that dude that dude over the course at ten hours. It's ten hours of that dude. It's sort of amazing that he never for the concerns that they said that he had. He was worried that people going to be. You know think that he was mean. I think that he was a bad person that he never took any measures to soften. This was an opportunity for him to have his kid in something other than the very last episode right. They don't appear they do not. There is no family. The family Michael Jordan's family does not exist for except for two moments. The kids show up out of nowhere in the last episode. And then there's a moment after he wins the title titles like do to do anything he says we handle. Do you WanNa talk to your wife. And they like. You're like alright that I haven't heard about his absolutely the best laugh in the whole thing is like wind. His kids show up at the nine hour. Seven minute mark of the thing. And you're like Oh. Hey Wow cool. You see them at the beginning when they're like five and they're like rebounding shoot around and then you see them later and they're just like grown men like thirty two year old guys. Whatever I remember that Yeah I. He had all the opportunity. He had all the real estate in the world to show another side of himself a warmer family man and he just punted on that. He decided that that wasn't important that it was more important to settle his GRUDGES WITH JERRY. Krause in Byron Russell. Isn't that Weird Jaycox? Who's been dead for ten years? Oh yeah but that's one of the things that Joel wrote about. This is something that I had actually had my last recap and I had to take it out because he wrote the perfect story on it which is fine. It's all right. I've not I keep mentioning when we make a documentary about my blogs. Now calling your but with David yes I got a but he wrote about a book that came out. It's like Jordan rules to basically about Jordan abortive comeback with the wizards in two thousand and two thousand one and it. That book is even more so than than the Jordan. Rules really shows him as beyond like being tyrannical and compulsive but like actually quotes directly what he would say to the younger and less accomplished players that he played with and there's like the F slur fi features prominently in it like end. It's you know it's bad. It didn't look good at the time and left out of the the last dance which makes sense given what the frame of that that thing is but you can see in this. That like as a Guy. That famously does not forget any slights. Not Trying to pretend that he wasn't that way you can see. He's like very consciously kind of savvy trying to sort of reframe it right so so the way he the way he sells. It is not that I'm a sociopath. Not that I'm a bully. But that this was essentially all means to an end this is a strategic vision of how to get people to a place they need to be mentally tough enough to win and what I care about is winning and the thing that I found sort of fascinating which would to me took this to the next level like okay. So I'm walking in being like what are we going to get here? Public icon the behind the scenes bully. There are moments tiny little moments of self awareness. But generally what you're getting is like a kind of self justifying SORTA EGOMANIAC explain to you. Why this kind of single minded sociopathic pursuit of excellence was necessary and sort of quarter. Who he was. And what? Then that then brought me to was is this actually. I did this profound meditation about the cost of it. All because in a weird way might the thing that I ended up coming away from his like my take away from this is like you don't actually WanNa be like Mike like actually there's there. This is a guy who soldier who so driven and so talented and so single minded and so compulsively competitive all of these things ran together to create this once in a lifetime once in history level of excellence that like actually you probably just WanNa like have actual friends and like a good relationship with your spouse and your kids and be good at what you do but not Michael Jordan and like that to me was actually quite profound like once. I switched over into seeing it. That as like a kind of meditation like do you. Is this actually what it takes and like if it is what it takes is this. Do you WanNa be like Mike. Do you want to be and I was like no I do. Not and I it just right your Michael Jordan. You don't really have. You have a very weird social life. You don't have anything. Nothing's normal normal friends. You hang your home is you're not on the tax chain talking like all things that are like make life worth living. Frankly that was when I tipped over to being like. This is a very interesting documentary. Because that's kind of the VIBE. I'm getting from it right and I think in a way that if maybe it's amusing on how distorting famous because there's nothing that can prepare you for becoming Michael Jordan. I mean we're talking about a guy who grew up in Wilmington North Carolina which is a rural area grew up North Carolina. Didn't go too far from home. Then all of a sudden he goes to Chicago in becomes this phenom and arguably the most famous person in the world so you can totally imagine how that may totally isolate you from everybody else who can relate to that. Who can you trust to get into inside your circle and so you may end up with people that depend on you being your circle as a result that he may not? You may not welcome other people into it and you may fiercely. Try to protect your fame and your wealth in your success in the way that he had to so I felt extremely Safran end of it..

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"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

02:19 min | 3 months ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"You know. People were Books back you go to jail. I go to prison for them. It's crazy you actually can. Yeah right and they were doing it. I know I was something that was against the law but that was it was a very common thing back then or stealing from an stealing from a cafeteria. Somebody what am I doing something how to the cafeteria and I forget I went. I went to lunch winning odds called Johnny because nobody could figure that is getting his tray and he walks out the back way Johnny Cash Soviet. He's like Sh- would he do it? He got me and I was like okay. That's how you that's so that's how it works out entity I had a Napkin dispenser tinsels offered man and all that I was getting on that stuff. I'd cafeteria another school. I went to this. I was broke like it was hard times at this school. I'm a little ashamed wall. The all the boosting and everything like a ways they we struggled away the back doors we snug in all the time is that we was just like I would just put my head down and just keep all like Alvin. Our just put my head down and act like supposed to be here. I think you care to the college here. You've got to risk the things you know the tests. Yoder as Dr. But Hey bad ladies and gentlemen. Thanks for joining us here in just a couple week. We're may say. And how does everything behind to say? Thank you Sir Joel. Check ABOUT SLATE DOT COM. I don't know how we go describe what we talked about but I enjoyed. It was good times. Thanks for having me off taking down. Every time I hear you I appreciate it. Ever remember Subscribe to the right time. Rate is review gives five stars four stars and McLeod. Thank you are hater without you guys and a couple of days take it easy. Thanks for checking out the right time with Bomani Jones. Podcast you can listen or subscribe on the ESPN APP apple podcasts. Or every listener podcast..

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"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Well you know there were a lot assumptions. There are a lot of substance that were made about two pac and biggie at about what we knew about op them right and and their lives and music that they made and <hes> you know. I thought i was like oh. I thought i knew everything there was no about it. When you read about them <hes> and just like you know the idea that you think that it was like both these camps are going each other east versus west and it was like really nothing. There was a lot more to like. You know a big win and they were never really liked trying to fight these dues. You know what i mean like. They did a lot to you know that some people may disagree with that but <hes> from what we can tell the you know they did a lot to try. Turn down the heat on that. They didn't want anything like that and you know to pacman. You know for everything that people say about him. I mean he was a really sensitive. Do you know what i mean. <hes> a really sensitive he's he's very loyal to the people that are around him and like you could see how things can escalate <hes> you know when whenever we got shot that time here in new york the first time and so yeah <hes> it's just a it was a very personal relationship and that's why the beef got the way that it did because i mean these guys were friends and like you don't win. Some people get you know that are close close and they have a fight or something like that. It can be really ugly. Hey man. I'm looking forward to this man joel anderson checkout slow-burn podcasts at slate. Now's october thirtieth draftees drop yep so we got a little bit of time. They're the fastest ten year old in the united states jeff johnson say man. I wouldn't but eh ladies and gentlemen. Thanks supposed to joining us here on the right time thing a couple of times a week. Mamane gave bassein handles everything behind the scenes. Thank you sir. We do not doing a show on tuesday. Got some gum froyo rian couple of days after that religion no more about that also remember the right time book club with mike freeman tuesday august twenty seventh. We will wrap up the books be sure to check that out tweet about it with the hashtag the right time book club thanks to our sponsor kim's and also check out the woes pot this week. He chats with blazes gar c._j..

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"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Right that makes sense i mean i guess i would need to know like what does having a college degree actually have to do with being agent. You know what i mean like. 'cause i mean clearly they are trying to like. They are trying to keep somebody out there trying like when you whenever you do something like that. It's like standardized testing like obviously they're. They're trying to keep somebody out right and i would like to know like would net when they when they were coming up with like who who was in mind. Maybe rich paul was in my but yeah like you say. It's clearly really was somebody else that whoever comes up next and i don't know man i just the thing is is that you'd never think that the n._c._a._a. Doesn't have some sort alterior motive when they do something right is like an first of all like wheat necessitated this change like what made it 'cause. I know he said the players need rondo whatever but it was some sort of a problem before that we unaware what what they were trying to do something that makes it better for the players right because they like to do these little little anything. They look like they care but i don't understand it from the n._c._w. Problem as the point that he thinks that they're just inflating the value of a college degree right like that's that's kind of the point of i'm doing it is that you know it was like you know their their businesses. The college degrees currency and so therefore they need to say that you guys. You've got to have a college degree. You can be a coach and not have a college degree or you got well. You got to get it yeah right here. People don't know that these cats like i used to play in the league table correspondent her all of a sudden yeah right. Where did you graduate. I think it was sitting low n._c. State zone sidney lowe graduate of saint paul's college. I was gonna say with southern new hampshire figuring out quick like man that gets you in some school and you go ahead and knock out that degree that's but that's but i think that this is much more just say dishes 'gate-keeping. It's not even about one person. Pardon is not even really gonna affect anything right. That's just 'gate-keeping right. That's what i'm saying like. I don't like the pool of players for whom this is. Gonna apply like it doesn't even it doesn't even make a lot the sense that you just kinda feel like the kids that are going to do that. They don't need an agent <hes> to be honest like i i haven't seen and like generally teams will make allowances for you so if if you're really somebody that they're gonna wind up. They'll work around you. Make the work out for you. You can have somebody in your family to represent you or whatever i'm just not. I'm not sold on the idea that you even really hire an agent. If that step in the game i mean i see where can make it better but also can see where it's just sort of like a superfluous person added to the system yeah like it's it's also convoluted. I think it's just the ultimate moral of the story but i just love the idea that they just kind of like because the thing with agents that said this on here before not everybody can be an agent right but anybody can be an age. Oh yeah oh yeah absolutely absolutely what would you no actually not that. We're talking about it. You know what else i noticed in that. Is that any of the agents that are certified by the n._c._w. They have to help them with investigation says and i think that's probably is as important as anything else with it because often those agents do what you meant and you know how you get in the game so like back i just kind of feel like for the people whom this applies like it's just not even going to be a thing because the thing is they can't get players. The two players leave right and it's like whatever but they can the i'd have interrupted interactions with the agents rare four. Maybe you can get agent to start. Snitch it right now. I just kind of like. I don't think y'all understand how this is actually gonna go..

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"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"It's like stop you gotta you gotta disciplined by bringing up pump it up man you know what he did water that feels so now for pump it up blessing and curse song right right but but if it's also not bad it's not a terrible so he's never had another hit single right right right but he has a whole bunch of the joint on that that his solo album like the last one. I think it was like seven minutes or something like joe's like introspective and like a really good rapper. He could do it all but yeah. I mean it's like he's gerald us. They told us in all these lists always and i was like man. I'm not i'm not gonna that what this is what they pops <music> out. You know it's like it's like it's like you could do with any lists like you could do n._f._o. Quarterbacks you could be right. Tom brady all right then <hes> you know joe montana number trying terry bradshaw fred shaw number three and it's like it does it is is just enough of a troll to make people argue and that's the that's the trick you know the hypothetical list and you're the one who made it up and even your cell say terry bradshaw third you about to lose your bod writer. That's crazy uh-huh. He didn't win for super bowl for its own omit woodland high school which if you've been shreveport la it's changed. I i also think robert parish went to would lie. I think so yes also st kitts. Y'all wonder why he always look like that. Hey look man. He had he had to go through a brush. You know the story about robert parish sitting there. Oh man right yeah the basically something to come up and if i'm not mistaken in particular is wrong with this close enough the s he w made it clear that if you took robert perish everybody's taking the reason was that you will on probation right. There was something surrounding scenario's like we'll take him and his friends. Whatever sitting there you know what i mean man i mean he he his his friend is probably the second best player squad of robert. Whatever but again right they weren't and they were right. They never were one hundred percent correct correct that it was never going to be like that. Chain gives a little bit here. I wanna ask you about this. Have you seen n._c._w._a. Aa thing we're rich paul. I'm curious. What i'm going to give you my thought and i wanna see what you think so the people who haven't seen this the n._c._w._a. And i don't think this matters as much as people are making it out to but basically guys if they declare for the draft and they they tow in there now going to allow them to have agents while they do that. As part of the problem was cats were doing this. I'm testing the waters thing but in order to properly test the waters you kind of need an agent like you need to fly places. You know you need you need all those things and so now they wanted. They let them get agents. Okay coup but then they put a set of restrictions on the agent and the first one was age. You must have a college degree right at which point people are like oh. Y'all really just trying to keep rich paul at game bras early. Think here's where i disagree with a one visiting. Keep the cast. The rich paul wants not dipping toey all right yeah. I got to see what my stock you know. They're coming out right. The other part is i don't know enough about aging game to know. Rich ain't the only one out here who doesn't have a college college degree right. I'm sure there are others that are in the same position is rich where i feel like they not so much trying to stop rich as much as they tried to stop the next rich right right right that makes sense i mean i guess i would need to know like what does having a college degree actually have to do with being agent. You know what i mean like. 'cause i mean clearly they are trying to like..

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"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"We've mentioned briefly that you're gonna do pack as late on the two-pack in big killers one of these that a segue into my internet last couple of days oh man i know i know you. You are bad for you know you and i we follow each other for a while now so you've watched the evolution of me on twitter and i'll really get into if people like that no more. I'm kind of out of the business of fighting widow. You don't do you any good no no. I'm not like i'm not who i was in two thousand nine nine at least two other people therefore it's like okay. This isn't worth it. I don't feel like fighting. Everybody you know and sometimes you just wanna say what you think about something without having to get all this input from everybody. Nobody else yeah man out of business but the list came out a couple of days ago and this is hilarious. The ultimate okeydoke right guy just puts up a random list of the top fifty rappers right the hey joe biden number three didn't have scarface didn't have chuck d right didn't have k._r.'s one all right and look. I just think this this is an interesting observation. We have about the same age care as one. We were younger was absolutely on the list of maybe greatest rap of all time i'm he was that when he was in i'm going to get you suck amass sound like he was a legit celebrity. Like you know pioneer the artful you could not do one of those lists with al que are as one in your top. Three forget about utah. Fifty couldn't have been your top three now. He's like completely forgotten and so. I just made the point. I'm just like oh man this. Do will eat your favorite mc alive because any i would argue that there's a better like park. Rapper has one running a battle rapper like whatever what at the most essential form care as one is that dude dude ahead everybody popping up the wadi lose about anneli best is arena somebody that there was like four years old that was going. Apparently this idea has propagated itself out here in the streets and people out here really thinking and nellie was in k._r._a.'s ones facing a port to wrap hands a care as roma's like our dog. You got me right. I mean the thing is is that what they think is what is rarely comment about like a lot of new to the game rap fans that they think the record cells determines who the victor yes right in like so by that standard yeah i mean i guess if you want to argue that nellie so more records fine but like you can't argue that he had more of an impact on the game and you can't argue that he can out rep. He actually tried to come k. R. as one cares wayne came back and crushed him with the problem was it was against nellie right like nobody really cared. I heard right eight. Oh but somehow that nellie one right i mean you know and the thing is is that even monk in that time like people did not take nelly seat like hollywood's a top selling artists but nobody took him seriously as a rapper here. It was the theme throughout his music joe like you. All may not think this is real hip. Hop this type of thing and whatever but this is we'll do and like that's fine people iraq with that but like to take to say that he like out wrapped care one to one like i mean that is asinine but that's i mean. That's has children man. I hope that children like right. Nobody over over thirty five hoax that whole right you know what nearly as though he's the first dude ever limited drive the we was like now we just going to let you know what i mean to be like. Okay see. I'll just let nellie paint m._c. Hammer and went through a bra gets funny. Did you see the chuck. D talked about mc hammer. He loves them. He loves and i'm just like you'll like not only was m._c. Hammer had to go through like some real like. I know you know like i'm an entertainer. You know like this is a different version of hip hop or whatever but like him. It was a gangster man. It was l. I mean the clip of big boy..

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"joel anderson" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

10:29 min | 1 year ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Now, here's Joe Anderson and big Al pine. Is once again, my name's Joel Anderson. Five. Alan. Appreciate you hanging out. We got a lot of things on the docket today. Some good some bad in some probably in between what's the bad Steph? No, most of it. Gene chat qui. Oh, okay. Well, that's good. So we famous and then we have a few things of ours. That are in between most of us there. Is that time of year album? Well, it's getting there. Anyway. Towards year end. And that's people think about the holidays. They start thinking about gosh. Maybe I got some charities organizations. I'd like to give to and sometimes Joe, it's it's like I wanna give and but I also want to get a little tax break. There's probably some strategies that I may or may not know. Yeah. I think most people don't understand the strategies they just cut a check. Correct. And which is great. But we want to get into here for the first part of the show is just to dive in a few different strategies that you might not have heard of or just explain how to go about implementing some of them, right? Because if you look you about seventy two percent of charitable donations are by individual. Yeah. So the majority and the total for two thousand sixteen was about three hundred ninety billion. So that's a that's a big number with a b yes, seventy two percent of three hundred ninety billion. Yeah. Vigils? They're like you and me are listening Warren Buffett and Bill Gates, those people. Well, they give to their foundations. And that's fifteen percent of the charity comes from foundations got it. Yeah. I played in a charity golf tournament last week with Warren Buffett, no. The field. But you know, that was fun. Yeah. You give back a little bit. Yeah. You a couple of bucks. Yeah. So so first things first what should people do the thinking about giving? Well, I think the first thing I is to figure out what what your own goals are what your needs are. And I say that because a lot of our listeners are either working or they're retired or they're close to retirement, and it's like, I do know some people tied. So that's like, okay. Ten percent of my income. I gotta give that regardless which is great for the rest of us though. We tend to kind of take a look at what am I making? What do I need in terms of saving for retirement or in retirement what I need for my cash flow expenses. And then what's over? And do I want to save that for the kids or do? I want to give some of that to charity. So I think it usually starts with yourself Joe. And and your overall goals, I would agree with that even as selfish that might be. I think it's important. Well, it'd be great if we gave everything, but then we'd. Right. So you can take care of yourself and your family. I guess is the point irregardless. I know there's some people who disagree with that statement. They wanna tie then. That's cool. If that's if that's you then that's great. But for the rest of us. It's like all right. Let's make sure that our needs are. I think that's we see the hundreds or thousands of people. Yeah. And a lot of people wanna give but they don't wanna give. Now, they would rather give later when they know that. All right. I'm on. I'm on my last breath. Yes. Now, I I feel comfortable sending the check because my family's taking care of. We're not going to be a burden on anyone, blah, blah, blah. And I understand that way of thinking. However, if you just sorta kinda use hindsight, if you could have been giving throughout your life, not only would you've been more, but she would got a tax deduction to boot instead of waiting till the end of your life right in. So some of the things that you could do to figure that out is, you know, if you wanna get on the old computer spreadsheet in a sense. Well, here's my expenses. Here's my income. Here's what my projection is or retirement plan projection and a lot of times when people see that it'd be like, you know, what you're you're close. It's dicey. You cannot make any mistakes whatsoever share in. So then they're like, well, you know, what probably tidy might pull back a little bit. Yeah. Exactly. And in some cases, it's like I still wanna give to charity you in retirement. But maybe let's think about this. Do you really have enough to cover your own needs first? And then other times we see just the opposite. They have so much extra. And it's like, and they don't want to spend a penny of and kissing might neither then the truth is you could take a look at even expensive long-term care and figure out five or ten years without a lot of folks have lots of money in addition to that, and they still want to wait till they pass. And so for those folks, it's like, well, maybe there should be a plan giving strategy to give while you live, Natalie, joy it and also get a tax benefit. Yeah. But I think the tax code changed some living it did. Because and the reason why is because there's a higher standard deduction. So for married couple. It's twenty four thousand dollars, and if you're over sixty five it's actually greater than that. It's closer to twenty-six little bit over twenty six thousand dollars for a couple now for single. It's twelve thousand dollars is your standard deduction against a little bit more. If you're over sixty five, but a lot of folks now with the with the limitation on state taxes property taxes being ten thousand dollars. That's the maximum. You think about that? So your taxes or ten thousand dollars deduction, regardless of what they are. If you paid off your mortgage, and you're married you'd have to give fourteen thousand dollars away to charity just to equal the standard deduction. So a lot of folks aren't going to deduct their charity anymore result that I think a lot of times people enjoyed that. Yeah. Yeah. Gave two thousand dollars. All right. Make sure they tell the techs repair. I give two thousand or even two hundred. Yeah. Yeah in so now, it's like well here. I really don't you know, the CKC, and why don't really need that information anymore because you're not going to be able to write it up. Yeah. And so now, you're thinking, yeah. I still want to give the charity and typically people write a check in some cases, they go through their grudge and giveaway close to goodwill. But, but I'd say why would they go to the garage to find clothes because they're people are pack rats. They have closed closure. Chris they might need. I understand that. We don't do that. But my parents my parents have three four storage. That I don't think they've seen it about thirty years. I have no idea what's in there. And they're now in their eighties. They don't have the energy. I guess. I'm going to be looking at some point. Yes. And we're going to be giving a lot of close. At that point. But some of the things that individuals can do is now bunch. You know, we we talked about bunching before and it was mostly medical expenses. You know, if you want to get that hip replaced and some teeth removed all jam it up in one year. Right. You know, get both knees both hips and do a lot of dental work. Yeah. One year, then you'll be able to write some of this stuff. I well, that's right again. I'll go to real simple example, your taxes are ten thousand dollars, and you give ten thousand dollars away to charity. So that's twenty thousand dollars total you're married. You don't have enough to to itemize because the standard deduction is twenty four. So instead of that maybe you give twenty thousand one year and nothing the next year. So now twenty thousand intensely have thirty thousand dollars of itemized deductions the next year use the standard deduction of twenty four thousand you end up in a better spot. But the problem with that is when you give to charities twenty grand next. They want twenty-five twenty-five already gave you devil last year that they've made I've understand. So here's here's how you get around. Now, I'll give you a little practical idea is if you're if you're tend to give towards year end why not do one trench in January and went Trach in December within the same calendar year. So it seems like two different years to the charity. Oh, yes. That's the way rather then besides giving cash cow public appreciated asset. Well, that's actually the better way to give. Because like, let's say you bought a stock. You by Qualcomm stock for thousand bucks announce for ten thousand dollars you could sell that stock and pay the capital gains tax, and then you'd probably net. Let's call it. Seventy five hundred whatever the number is. And then you could donate that to charity or you could just give them the ten thousand dollar stock and get a ten thousand dollar deduction, and you don't pay the capital gains tax a lot of people don't know they can give away their appreciated assets. We're talking about assets outside a retirement account. So if you've got an IRA, this doesn't work bet it's assets that are in your trust account, you brokerage account that are outside of retirement. But if you do retirement accounts, and there's the QC de correct? So if you you have to be over seventy and a half to do this. So you can give partial a part of your RND charity up to one hundred thousand bucks. Yeah. That's that's relative. Knew it was it was one of those things that came right? I think it was two thousand thirteen for the first time, but it was part of the extenders Bill, which means that expired every year, and then it was they believed two thousand fifteen or sixteen where it became permanent. Meaning that anyone can do it. So you have to be seventy and a half k which means you have required. Minimum distributions. And then you can give those required. Minimum distributions directly to charity. If you want it to the benefit there is they don't show up his income on your return. And if you're not going to itemize your deductions anyway, you end up in a better spot. And if let's say you required minimum distribution is ten thousand dollars. You could still give up to one hundred thousand dollars. If you wanted to for some reason. And if you're married your spouse can do the same thing. Sure. Will you could give as much as you want? CD's only up to one hundred is up to one hundred seventy and a half. And it counts for you required. Minimum distribution. So if you had a two hundred thousand dollars required distribution that means you have a ton of money in retirement accounts for you. Yeah. Excellent. Then you might want to look at larger strategies such as maybe a donor advised fund. Yeah. In the case of a donor advised fund. Now what you're doing is. These are these are you set up an account. It's it's a special kind of account typically at a brokerage firm. It's called a donor advised fund you put money into that account the year that you put the money into the account. It becomes a tax deduction to you. But now you've got this account. It's kind of like your own little foundation. Yeah. Except this. It's an accountant so relief. Coats, like a little kitty cat. So anyway, what what what it's all about? Is you get to decide how to dole out the money in the accounted the charities of your choice at any point that you want to. So it's very effective when you have a year where there's a lot of income or or your bunching again. That's true too. You're looking at all, right. I'm going to put twenty grand instead of going January, December you're going to just put twenty thousand dollars in the donor advised fund, and then just allowed to your favorite charity out of ten thousand dollars one year ten thousand the next you still get the twenty thousand dollars one you put it in the.

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"joel anderson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Totta, my friend. Joel Anderson is a young adult on autism spectrum growing up. Speaking was a challenge for Joel. So we would open borough other people's words like when he would quote phrases from cartoons to express his needs. It's an aspect of autism called a Lelio. But what some would see as a challenge Joe made it his strength channeling his love for fictional characters into his own art and animation business called Joes vision arts through his paintings animated cartoons and illustrated books Joel is using his unique communication and logistic abilities to demonstrate to the world that kids with autism. Want to learn more visit disciplined campaign dot org where I posted a link to Jones website and a great video of his artwork? All there for you at disabilitycampaign dot org. To human beings real people, Dr Ford persona to the bed. Kevin. I am innocent pay said France assaults. I made drastically altered my life. He said. Dr four with what degree of certainty? Percents. No doubt in your mind. Search and destroy accurate. Updates are on to get to the truth. Talkradio six eighty WCBS. Mm. This is talk radio six eighty WCBS. Your listening to underwriters corner at your host.

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"joel anderson" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Feeling By the way not sure what's going on with, Joel Anderson deal and we're trying to get Joel line if he wants to, talk about it but he did this illustrates why people don't want to go into politics because there's always, somebody, to go hey I would allege that something did happen here and maybe maybe maybe didn't Here's the the San. Diego union hyphen Tribune. Today it is news so woman files complaint against San Diego lawmaker. Night Joel Anderson state Senator for long time, good guy running for the board of equalization which I've always thought, is a really well if there was a people, get used to that in California we re what's the board of equalization everything, what that really means I know it's to make sure people pay their taxes and stuff nobody gets away, with, not paying their taxes but it sounds like in today's socialist fantasy world In the board. Of equalization why you have too much must, equalize that as you're only allowed to make XYZ Melania Mason's piece in the union hyphen Tribune formerly the daily. Odd says state Senator Joel Anderson, is facing a legislative investigation after a female lobbyist accused him of threatening to I'll just clean this up quote be slapper and harassing or harassing her at a capital area bar last week Stephanie Roberson lobbyists with California nurses association as soon? As a debate? Over the union stuff you know that was going on I'm. Not excusing I don't know what happened there, but I just know that this is, the he said she said thing isn't it or she said he said or did that sounds, like threatened to do the do you realize I would. Think that a, lobbyist understands how Sacramento works, now you don't have, to like how it works but if you want a real lesson you go up there and you hang out. Some of the. Watering holes out there in Sacramento and you just watch how legislation works doesn't excuse it. I'm, just saying so if, that's the case if that's the standard then I wonder if there's anybody even innocent of the bunch. Because there's always somebody get into, a heated argument you don't wanna do I wanna where you can't say that There's due process it's, just that's one of the things he gets reported as if well aha see he did this and I don't. Believe they get. I don't know what happened I wasn't there What are the words again yes due process that's, what, we need you know who's back speaking of politics we. Knew it we've talked about. It Hillary Clinton Well Keep coming back to a, dentist biller posted ivory posted on. Twitter All this is so confusing don't jump in here because I'm. Just? Asking a serious question that deserves a serious answer Hillary's president right and that's what people think what should be the is, because this is illegitimate it is And? You knew when Hillary and. Bill Thomas it Hillary and Bill could when they're out there on the the people's aircraft you're they're. Out? There just with like everyday people sitting there I think there were business class weren't they But on a public. Air carrier instead of a swanky private. Plane So Hillary here's. Saves NBC news Hillary Clinton, steps back into the fray with fundraisers it's, for other Democrats, though but she's got a headline events had California Illinois New York San Francisco Chicago and New. York City for the DNC this fall to boost while, there's what they, say to boost the party's chances of seizing. Control that sounds hostile of the US house. And Senate, first one is going, to be in September on Monday and I'm sorry. This is what they said, the invitations out they said on detentions as, of, last night For September event in San Francisco billed as quote intimate dinners with discussion why are you having for dinner or something like. That difference at this point does it make my favorite, Hillary one is, I love the barking dog part she was. Out in Reno barking like why the dog But the one about her Bush's screeching about having the right to say. Whatever you want to say and it actually plays both ways but. Didn't intend it that way That's one you want to. Warn the dog about because it just it hits a certain frequency Here's more of the, NBC thing I I love how they write this for I know this is the new style but they righted as if That. Lady, needs a lozenge but she should buy. Her own I don't think the people, should pay for it today Clinton the former. Secretary of state is it hasn't even been two years Flus, just just been busy with other things Clinton does NBC news Clinton comma the former secretary of state who stunning loss to Republican Donald Trump in. Two thousand sixteen led to widespread criticism of her campaign strategy and message at least they said that At least it wasn't how does Trump whip what's this electoral college when do they play are they are they opening the. Football season this this weekend Clinton has maintained a? Fairly low profile over? The last? Year and a half unless you've. Made some appearances Interesting pictures going on that speaking of memes early, visine the shower curtain one Just gotta see I don't. Wanna, post it because people will get but it is really, laugh out loud funny It was.

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"joel anderson" Discussed on The Morning Roast

The Morning Roast

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on The Morning Roast

"Four right now it's time for one gotta go with joel anderson and you can find at by joel anderson of course kudo two at a click for all of the lists first of all joel how should we how's it going what's going good man i'm in la right now i was here for a wedding the hottest weekend on record in la right now so it's perfect timing but a yemeni i'm down i'm down here in south cal i said how would it mean i didn't even i didn't even get to here sometimes that's true joel is wearing a cutoff shirt in hotel room this sounds like you guys get a visual of what the dealing with but the game the game is one gotta go is very simple four things you got to get rid of one of them hit the button after you playboy all right so you guys were talking about the nba free agency movement and brought up carmelo anthony so speaking of washed up player of the downsides of the career all i gotta go okay and it's gonna be houston and then you're going to be like oh he's what we could get sick with this they ain't starting chris paul you know but so the most depressing nba closing axe okay so we got call him alone with the lakers catcher you with the sonics michael jordan with the wizards came allies more with the toronto raptors right all right we've got these floor so other living aden akeem right off top because he hurt nobody when you went to toronto everybody saw it coming everybody knew he wasn't going to be great you and actually was a bad with the sonic like if you look at it he started seventy nine games every night at seven on the scene at one forty four games not bad so we're down to karl malone and michael jordan okay so i'm gonna get rid of carmello because i don't think people realize how bad call malone was that year and i'm not talking about on the court all i'm saying is that there's a espn dot com story headline kobe upset about malone comments to wife that's not bad that you're with yeah then that that year went call the lone plate with the lakers come along i go i mean for whole bunch of other reasons but that's just the primary one right there i guess we don't have enough time in this show for me to get fully into this let me tell you one reason why can't stand michael jordan he ruined a washington wizards what is the gm but hold on as the gm draft economy brown and came back as a player psychologically ruined him and then made a whole host of other moves to the point he has to get fired because stupid wizards fans just wanted to see this guy for one season okay jordan ruined this franchise for years i'm still mad about it okay so he could go in my book he's gone those famous picture of michael jordan in dc driving away from what was then the mci center because abe poland finally decided to get rid of his but it was one of the best moments in history of the franchise but here making comments and nobody's wife mental and joel.

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Jonathan Friedland, Netflix's head of communications sacked over 'N-word' use

KNX Programming

03:39 min | 2 years ago

Jonathan Friedland, Netflix's head of communications sacked over 'N-word' use

"Of the original architects of what's now called community based policing the term was ever even introduced john was one of these people that are desisted that members of the lapd form better deeper more sustainable relationships with the people because he knew that putting handcuffs on folks wasn't the answer was an lapd commissioner and the president of the urban league he died after a long battle with cancer at the age of eightyone investigators are looking into the suspicious death of a ten year old lancaster boy officials with the sheriff's department say that the department of children and family services had been called to the home in the past but dcfs director bobby cabletel's knx privacy laws prevent him from confirming that would not rush to judgment on any of this i think we're very early here and i think that it could very well turn out that the agency did exactly what it was supposed to do our effort every time is to ensure that children are safe and understand the concern in the light of cases that have gone badly wrong in the past ten years old seven other children have been removed from the home a man died of a gunshot wound campground in malibu creek state park in calabasas deputies say he appeared to be camping with his family and somewhat attacked him no one else got hurt but his daughters ages two and four with him toni hoffman of the california parks and recreation department says that the area has been shutdown is closed actually out of abundance of caution we're closing the camp ground through thursday june twenty eighth the name of the victim is not been released and no word yet on a suspect kids meals in california are on the way to being served up without soda and juice water plain milk would be the default drinks in a restaurants kids meals under a bill that's moving fast to the assembly floor doesn't solve the problem but as part of a public health effort to help assist families making a choice that's going to be good for their kids helpful for their kids that they can opt out of if they choose state senator bill monning says the measure is to fight childhood obesity and diabetes however state senator joel anderson counters the bill is simply government overreach the state budget they can't build roads and infrastructure for they have time to micromanage how i raised my children i think that's just wrong it goes over the line he says the bill would actually hurt poor families karen adams kennex ten seventy newsradio thirteenyearold illinois faces a felony eavesdropping charge for recording a conversation with the school principals without their consent his mother tells cbs news her son just wanted to create a record of the conversation at such house word against an adult's word in there's no actual evidence of what was being said the adult is going to be taken into account as the person being truthful automatically illinois has one of the strictest east dropping laws in the country if convicted the boy could face up to three years in juvenile hall and a twenty five thousand dollar fine it's one fifty time for your money netflix ceo reed hastings sent a memo to the company explaining exactly why communications chief jonathan freedland was fired hollywood reporter says hastings cited freelance descriptive use of the n word in a meeting with his team is showing an unacceptably low racial awareness earlier this week intel ceo resigned for violating company policy after an investigation found he had had a relationship with an employee the weinstein company may be going at a bargain price it's cut the sale price to lantern capital partners for the company to.

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Netflix communications chief out after "insensitive" remark

KNX Programming

03:01 min | 2 years ago

Netflix communications chief out after "insensitive" remark

"Says the bill is to fight childhood obesity and diabetes when you look at the advertising particularly to low income communities spanish speaking communities we're up against hundred million billion dollar advertising campaign but state senator joel anderson says the measure actually would hurt poor families parents and i trust poor parents to know what's best for their children in this bill simply says that parents aren't capable of raising their children that's why big government needs to tell them they can only have milk and water under the bill parents would still be able to order juice puncher soda for their child they would just have to request it karen adams kennex ten seventy newsradio the oc fire authority and sheriff's department say they're hammering out the details of an agreement that could end a turf war over helicopter search and rescue missions the agreement is expected to address the majority of public safety concerns raised in a new oc grand jury report which was released after two years of jurisdictional feuds between airborne firefighters and sheriff's deputies you guys authority chief brian fantasy says those types of disagreements won't happen anymore issues do get resolved because we come together we identify what were we have similarities and differences and he says the new agreement will allow the two agencies to work collaboratively not competitively details will be announced soon the grand jury also recommend setting up a regional council for emergency air operations to prevent further infighting cooper rummell knx ten seventy newsradio twenty one percent of americans say they have experienced sexual harassment at work it's in a new survey it's his twenty seven percent of women fourteen percent of men say it's happened to them woodland hills attorney lisa bloom tells can she thinks that number is low partly she says because people still don't understand just what is harassment people think it only means being assaulted and of course sexual harassment conclude behavior that are verbal people feel uncomfortable and overly sexualizing workplace i've heard that the vast majority of women say that they have been sexually harassed in the workplace at some point in their professional careers only one in four women of the women surveyed by edison research said they felt confident that they could report the harassment without fear of retribution the lapd praises civic leader john mack who's died at eighty one that's coming up in just a couple of minutes immediate executive is out for using racist language joan doniger checks your money netflix ceo reed hastings sent a memo to the company explaining exactly why communications chief jonathan freedland was fired hollywood reporter says hastings cited freelance descriptive use of the n word in a meeting with his team is showing an unacceptably low racial awareness earlier this week intel ceo resigned for violating company policy after an investigation found he had had a relationship with an employee the weinstein company may be going at a bargain price it's cut the sale price to lantern capital partners for the.

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Study Suggest Drinking Four Cups Of Coffee Is Actually Really Good For Your Health

Red Eye Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

Study Suggest Drinking Four Cups Of Coffee Is Actually Really Good For Your Health

"In urgent need of a call from a veterinarian officials are considering possible criminal charges then there's the flight attendant for a chinese airline who has pleaded guilty to trying to smuggle nearly two dozen spotted and box turtles out of los angeles the turtles were packed inside a carry on bag they could have been worth more than twenty grand in china the flight attendant now could be sentenced to five years a new proposed senate bill would let kids in california choose what they want off the kids menu unless it's a soda if the bill passes restaurants will only be offered to children water or ordinary milk because that means no chocolate milk is that ordinary milk senator joel anderson calls the bill government overreach and says even schools still offer kids chocolate milk everything to do with government is above law we don't force it in our own cafeterias we're always looking to force it on businesses in their prophets now senator bill monning says that this bill still let's kids parents order sodas for their kids if they want he says the legislations about fighting childhood obesity diabetes and woohoo another coffee study in and this one says german researchers are alleging that coffee is good for heart health and four or five cups a day might be ideal i'm gonna live to be a million the scientists say caffeine appears to make parts of adult cells act more young will bom there's the final piece of the puzzle for me that explains a lot and here is one that i just want you to check out.

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"joel anderson" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"On twitter today i thought it was an amazing idea so i feel like i should share it with listeners but joel anderson was asking about like a haircut who's asking about his barbara whether or not he should be offended by something barbara told him and he was like getting the opinions of his followers to be like hey should i leave this barber and find noon or not somebody replied to him here's what i did i signed up for a grinder account on my phone and then i found the guys that i thought had the best looking haircuts and message them to ask them all where they got their haircuts yeah and so that's i think is brilliant idea that's like alex jones smoking the we just to test its potency exactly it's he probably had some explaining to do if his significant other found grind no i just use it because i saw with hot haircuts and wanna talk about good they looked i'm wearing women's lingerie because i was trying to figure out if this was comfortable for your gift for your birth yeah because i was like i'm about fifty percent bigger than you so if i get something that's really tight that really rides up my but probably super hot on all right you got anymore i got a couple i'm just going to i'm going to try and go through and quickly a hot air balloon that goes underwater for people that are scared of heights pet share program a wallet that is also a pocket pussy jury duty for four this one's a little longer but it's to incentivize people who aren't excited about jury duty so you have a strip club in the jury duty waiting room since there's both men and women you have an asexual stripper mo size the i four hundred ninety nine people are entered into a lottery where they win money and they can carry out this lottery while they eat buffet food and the last person there is judged in front of someone but without of jury of their peers so we suddenly remember how important the judicial process is again so instead of a boring day now jury duty as an exciting privilege full of a sexual strippers high emba food a lottery drawing and public trial completely unpredictable hank's face during that with grave also by the way.

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"joel anderson" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"On twitter today i thought it was an amazing idea so i feel like i should share it with listeners but joel anderson was asking about like a haircut who's asking about his barbara whether or not he should be offended by something barbara told him and he was like getting the opinions of his followers to be like hey should i leave this barber and find noon or not somebody replied to him here's what i did i signed up for a grinder account on my phone and then i found the guys that i thought had the best looking haircuts and message them to ask them all where they got their haircuts yeah and so that's i think is brilliant idea that's like alex jones smoking the we just to test its potency exactly it's he probably had some explaining to do if his significant other found grind no i just use it because i saw with hot haircuts and wanna talk about good they looked i'm wearing women's lingerie because i was trying to figure out if this was comfortable for your gift for your birth yeah because i was like i'm about fifty percent bigger than you so if i get something that's really tight that really rides up my but probably super hot on all right you got anymore i got a couple i'm just going to i'm going to try and go through and quickly a hot air balloon that goes underwater for people that are scared of heights pet share program a wallet that is also a pocket pussy jury duty for four this one's a little longer but it's to incentivize people who aren't excited about jury duty so you have a strip club in the jury duty waiting room since there's both men and women you have an asexual stripper mo size the i four hundred ninety nine people are entered into a lottery where they win money and they can carry out this lottery while they eat buffet food and the last person there is judged in front of someone but without of jury of their peers so we suddenly remember how important the judicial process is again so instead of a boring day now jury duty as an exciting privilege full of a sexual strippers high emba food a lottery drawing and public trial completely unpredictable hank's face during that with grave also by the way.

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"joel anderson" Discussed on The Morning Roast

The Morning Roast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on The Morning Roast

"From a collective that joel put out there so eclectic tweets out four things and you gotta get rid of one of them joel anderson calls in and lets us know the one that he wants to get rid of we went through two of the topics the last topic was cold treats and the four things were ice cream cake milkshakes sundays and floats so joel said that flows gotta go myron how you feel about that i think you gotta get rid of ice cream cake not as cream cake is the golden state warriors of the desert family they're cheating right which one are you make up your mind it's not fair just stuff some ice cream into a cake it's it's unfair i mean it is desert on pd's i think it's not fair to put it on this list i i don't agree with you like i'm fine i'm fine with desert being on pd's with royal day we get letter if you if i can get better performance than give me better performance as long as i don't have to put it in my body that so the reason i do agree though that i don't i'm not sure i feel like ice cream cake might have to go for a different reason because of all of these is the only two handed jamie it's only think that you need a hold hand and you need a four cain that's my issue is gonna cake milkshake put that thing you left hand right hand you got to promote or you out five you you can shoot one handed jay's with a milkshake in your hand sunday's potentially you could get a sunday in a cup like the the mcdonald's type sunday situation i guess you might you might need a fork for that or excuse me a spoon for that also but i really feel like joel hit this on the head though for different reasons floats gotta go in part because anything from the nineteen fifties i'm good like there's nothing there's something about me i'm not quite sure what it is that is completely uncomfortable with bringing back anything from the fifty and i don't know.

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"joel anderson" Discussed on The Morning Roast

The Morning Roast

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on The Morning Roast

"A little weird box is they get all in everything raisins and alert low row in my book what adults is like let me go buy backs of raisins what adult mirror said those words oh yeah me all the time not random raisins on make sure candy you know all of that because you don't want to go and get like sugary yeah california race the council you may expect they were hard camry stereotypes now let me ask you something or you also eating racing oh i mean raise i grew up on raising shop oh praise craisins another former ravens as you already know but that's going to be fancying added to your salad or something and you don't wanna do just do raise them yeah i look craving joel anderson is an espn dot com writer and he is completely out of his mind when it comes to snacks about children joe i love you i don't want to do but raisins are gross there's been a lot of anti discourse country as of late and i'm really concerned about it and i really think we need to get back towards civility some of the values that we really held close to you know many dickens girl so i think you out you really think about what you've said about raising today about cesspit kind of america no no no you are the pro raisin fat faction is a minority in this country okay then we've already rejects raisins you need to get on board at simulate.

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"joel anderson" Discussed on The Morning Roast

The Morning Roast

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on The Morning Roast

"And i had no idea to get away from that a little what did you think of michigan because i cut the game we're gonna be joined later by joel anderson who covers college basketball here espn he was at i think both this game and tech state game which michigan looked like the golden state warriors they did not look like the golden state warriors last night four from it did you look at them and did you see a championship team michigan to me i have severe michigan bias because i love that squarely and whenever they look good i think they're gonna win every single thing they show up in any sport anytime i kind of love michigan and i can't remember what that kid's name is his name he white kid who's always throwing his tongue whenever he hits threes is that that dude got serious swag and i think he's got to kinda swag that takes you to the championship game quickly let's hear what seth greenberg said to sportscenter about the decision making at the end of that game in that situation four point game you gotta give a fab you talking about the three hundred twenty first worst free throw shooting team in the country try to for simpson right he just missed the free throw at least then you can kick it ahead maybe get it three falagan you can make a half court shot the question had to be asked leonard had a right to respond to any which way he would like because let's face it it's right after the game but in my opinion you have to give a foul eleven seconds left give the foul right away you know they may be missed to you come down quick sideline break knocked down to three to one point game now that's greenberg we know his stance it was a bad decision back through a question no minna.

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"joel anderson" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Thousand eighteen is not only apply to those in consensual sex but also covers those who give blood with that telling the blood blink the blood bank their hiv positive either when they do so with a specific intent of infecting patients with the contagious virus republican lawmakers such as senators jeff stone is also a pharmacist and senator joel anderson at alpine voted against the bill arguing it puts the public at risk i'm of the mind that if he purposely inflict another with a disease that alters their lifestyle the rest of their life puts them on a reg men of medications to maintain any kind of normalcy it should be a felling anderson's anderson said during a floor debate it's absolutely crazy to me that we should go light on this so they're making it a misdemeanor if you purposely have relations with somebody unprotected exposing them to hiv which could eventually become fullblown aids and kill you if somebody does that and he do it on purpose i wish that it was attempted murder i thought i thought it was attempted murder putting somebody in dire fiscal harm and it was a major felony if not worse in in for some reason the lgbt community which insists that that aids is not a gay disease even though it's originally was grades gay related acquired immune deficiency syndrome they for some reason are fully in support of making it a far less crime a misdemeanor for somebody to purposely hook up with somebody else and try to infected with aids am i getting israel's are not even that you go to the blood bank you know your hiv positive you don't tell them that and you go with the intent of trying to infect other people and that's done a felony that is a misdemeanor ziana the rangers stand no big tina understand i mean i just i really don't get it in in i want to i wanna i wanna be able to say you know i see the intelligence in this i see the reason why they needed this was because and then there's some sort of a a nice definition description explanation through something there i can guy i love that i agree with it but i do see their point here you know that goes side the bait a lot on the show in in in i give you know or can ruth i give both sides of the argument sergey.

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"joel anderson" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"Major step toward treating h iv as a public health issue instead of treating people living with hiv as criminals as though somebody living with hiv is the same as somebody who has transmitted hiv to a partner without telling them you know there's a matter of intent here right isn't there there's a matter of intent i mean you know if you have hiv that you'll be living with this for the rest of your life sure they're looking for cures but they have not found one it's it's it's managed republican lawmakers including senator joel anderson of alpine voted against the bill and i'm just wondering which makes more sense to you that democratic point of view of the liberal point of view which says oh well infecting some of the hiv without their knowledge there's just a misdemeanor now at most make get a couple months in jail may be here on because the medicine allows you to live longer now listen that not live long and fruitful life one without you know the worry of will i am i going to get full blown aids and die no but the expense of medicine allows you to live longer so it's not that big a deal to knowingly infect somebody without telling them and they say it nearly eliminates the possibility of transmission okc of the democratic point of view the republican point of view is this i'm of the mine says senator joel anderson that if you purposefully inflict another with a disease that alters their lifestyle for the rest of their life puts them on a regiment of medications to maintain any kind of normalcy aid should be a felony personally i would have quite dissed too somebody getting someone else addicted to opioids or harassment without them knowing it and then oh well how could you do that may be yours woken potter doors other nails and and you put it in there right upstate 510 i would've won seven douse eight eight three nine one zero five nine this is stunning i mean just listened to the concept they've passed a bill removing the serve tissues transmission of hiv and aids to an unwitting partner from the list of felonies so i i was doing some research on delaware as you know what's alike in delaware if you do this there is no explicit statute that i can find anywhere and i went to the code i went through attorneys analyses of.

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