40 Burst results for "Joneses"
Fresh update on "joneses" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Shoot out and get it done Yeah finally the caps went in either overtime or shoot out They had lost in 6 previous tries Wizards lose the pacers one 16 one ten Now three straight losses for the last 5 games really is a mystery for head coach west until junior I don't know if it's more or less the lineup maybe it's just our approach our purpose and our energy Maybe it's just a lack of concentration Not sure They have buffalo 40 mile an hour winds so the Patriots only through the ball three times Mac Jones two or three beat the bills 14 to ten Damian Harris had a big night 222 yards rushing for the whole patriots as a team Washington has that four game winning streak right Have you noticed they've not made 40 mile an hour winds to run on the ground They've been averaging 140 yards rushing during that wedding streak You know you gotta learn to fall in love with the three yard run If you ran two three yard runs you're now looking at third and four You know as opposed to being in third and ten we've been able to do that and I don't know if you saw it but there were some things saying that Taylor's completion rate is in the 70s Yeah Ron Rivera is right Four game winning streak Taylor heineke completing 77% of his passes Dave Johnson but you will be sports Coming up in traffic.
Patriots out-run Bills in14-10 win in blustery conditions
"The the patriots patriots have have sole sole possession possession of of first first place place in in the the AFC AFC east east following following a a fourteen fourteen ten ten win win over over the the second second place place bills bills Damien Damien Harris Harris scored scored on on a a sixty sixty four four yard yard run run in in blustery blustery conditions conditions in in which which Mack Mack Jones Jones attempted attempted just just three three passes passes the the pats pats have have gained gained the the bills bills to to twenty twenty two two to to ninety ninety nine nine yards yards rushing rushing with with Harris Harris delivering delivering a a season season high high one one hundred hundred eleven eleven this this week week office office morphed morphed into into a a teen teen I I was was gonna gonna run run the the football football I'm I'm at at work work and and you you know know I I think think we we should should all all be be proud proud of of you you know know I I think think the the mental mental toughness toughness and and what what we're we're able able to to do do as as a a team team defensive defensive back back Myles Myles Bryant Bryant sealed sealed the the victory victory by by batting batting down down Josh Josh Allen's Allen's past past the the goal goal line line with with one one fifty fifty five five remaining remaining billing billing on on this this night night and and for for following following its its seventh seventh straight straight win win buffalo buffalo was was seven seven and and five five I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Fresh update on "joneses" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"Of the two point conversion because they didn't want to try and kick into the wind Nick folk did boot two field goals with the window that's back Pat stopped buffalo in the red zone at the end They beat the bills 14 to ten It's their 7th win in a row There's 6 to no on the road The Patriots have the best record in the AFC After the loss in Miami the Giants put Arizona their practicing there before facing the Chargers Sunday in LA they'll likely again be without Daniel Jones and Mike glennon just suffered a concussion next up is rookie Jake fromm with a giant sign just last week Heisman Trophy goes out Saturday in New York off his big game to win the SEC championship the favorite his Alabama quarterback Bryce young the other finalist named Ohio State CJ Stroud Pittsburgh QB Kenny Pickett and a defensive player Aiden Hutchinson of Michigan The devil's fourth grade loss scored 35 seconds in only got one goal after that They lost the Ottawa three two and a shoot out the Devils have now dropped 9 of the last 11 Bloomberg sports jump John thank you very much It is 6 37 odd Wall Street Time to take a look at stocks and some of the names that are moving in the pre market and for that we're joined by Bloomberg radio and TV markets correspondent Gupta and we'll go right to most euphoria the most actively treated in the pre market and the role We kick it off with Intel shares ticker I NTC up a whopping 8% this morning rising after the chip maker said it plans to list shares of its mobile eye self-driving car business by the middle of next year something Morgan Stanley is calling a positive this morning So essentially this chip maker getting into the automobile business apple is what we'll move on to next to her AAPL up 1.6% in the pre market getting its second street high price target once again over at Morgan Stanley looks like they had a really busy day yesterday They were upgrading a lot As more sales it's benefiting from new product categories in virtual reality and autonomous vehicles They're expecting augmented and virtual reality to eventually be priced in and saying Apple should also benefit from a quote flight to quality in technology stocks once again Apple shares up 1.6% in the pre market moving on to market shares up after the global modern card issuing platform announces its expanding its partnership with klarna the leading global retail bank payments and shopping service into 13 new European markets MQ up 6% in the pre market moving on to some good news when it comes to the Omni crown variant or actually the only cranberry excuse me GlaxoSmithKline and verb biotechnology announcing updated preclinical data that shows their antibody drug is effective against the variants So VIR is the U.S. company you want to keep an eye on verb biotechnology up About 10% in the pre market John I'll stop here MongoDB shares rising after the database provider which competes with the likes of Oracle and Microsoft up a whopping 21% after reporting a better than expected quarterly earnings projecting strong sales and the sales of their flagship products rose a whopping 84% The ticker is MDB What's this what's Cooper software What is Cooper software Well it's just another application software company but they are really struggling And the reason I threw this in here John is because this is a company that's actually already been down Their stock has already been down 50% so far this year They came out with earnings Their subscriptions beat their estimates Their earnings came in in line with estimates and yet the stock is getting punished to the tune about 11% this morning really telling you that even as earnings season kind of trickles to a stop you are still seeing some of these companies really get punished if they're not beating their earnings by a huge margin So those shares are down 11% in the pre market cue A beating the pass four days also Tesla should mention those shares indicating maybe a rebound for Tesla Our markets reported Thanks very much Appreciate it And ahead of the cash open on Wall Street.
Jones throws 2 TD passes, Patriots roll past Titans 36-13
"Mac Jones helped the patriots topple the AFC's number one seed in a thirty six to thirteen route of the Titans Jones threw for a career best three hundred ten yards and a pair of touchdowns to lead New England two eight six straight wins Jones says it's his receivers who deserve all the credit the guys getting open they've done a good job with all year and it's just getting the ball in stride and throwing it to the right guy and we just got to continue to improve on that Kendrick Bourne caught a pair of TV's for the eight and four patriots Dontrell Hilliard rushed for a career high one hundred thirty one yards including a sixty eight yard touchdown late in the first half Tennessee has dropped two straight to head into the bye at eight and four Geffen Coolbaugh Foxboro Massachusetts
Fresh update on "joneses" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"Giants are on the road after the loss in Miami they flew to Arizona They will practice there before going to LA to play the Chargers on Sunday likely again without Daniel Jones and it was neck injury Mike glennon filled in last Sunday suffered a concussion That has safety Logan Ryan offering his services I don't know if you guys saw my high school quarterback tape but I'm gonna put it out there emergency A lot like tours a lefty I can throw two yard passes to the left So I'm accurate smart We'll put it out there Glennon can't play them more likely scenario as the Giants starting rookie Jake from former Georgia QB who they just last week signed off of buffalo's practice squad Nicks looked into three game woozy.
Giants' defense smothers Eagles 13-7, gets 3 picks
"The giants behind a solid defense picked up a thirteen to seven win over the eagles earlier this week the giants fired offensive coordinator Jason Garrett but the defense was the key to victory forcing Philadelphia into four turnovers eagles cornerback Jalen hurts fourteen of thirty one only a hundred and twenty nine yards he tossed three interceptions giant's quarterback Daniel Jones running plays called by offensive assistant coach Freddie kitchens was nineteen of thirty two hundred and two yards and a touchdown pass to Chris Myrick giants foreign seven Philly now five and seven might
Fresh update on "joneses" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"Thank you It's now 6 ten on Wall Street and that's time of the Bloomberg sports update Here's John stasher New England Patriots just 7 to 9 last year two and four to start this season Look at him now Best record of the AFC They want a strange game in Buffalo 14 to ten strange because the Pats had rookie quarterback Matt Jones throw the ball only three times only once through the first three quarters Bill Belichick obviously wanted to keep it on the ground due to the 40 mile an hour winds in Buffalo and that proves successful 46 rushes for 222 yards including a 64 yard TD by Damien Harris in the first quarter 7 wins in a row for New England who has 6 O on the road The.
No. 5 Notre Dame beats Stanford 45-14, awaits playoff fate
"Notre Dame semi final hopes remain very much alive after Jack Cullen threw for two touchdowns and ran for another helping the C. F. P. number five fighting Irish hammer Stanford forty five fourteen Coney finished twenty six of thirty five for three hundred forty five yards with a one yard TD run in the third quarter the average carry twenty four nothing lead into halftime and blank the cardinal till cone threw an interception on the first drive of the third quarter setting up Austin Jones five yard scoring run the Irish have won seven straight since a loss to Cincinnati Stanford has dropped seven straight since an upset win of then number three Oregon I'm Dave Ferrie
Fresh update on "joneses" discussed on AP News Radio
"The patriots have sole possession of first place in the AFC east following a 1410 win over the second place bills Damien Harris scored on a 64 yard run in blustery conditions in which Mack Jones attempted just 3 passes the pats have gained the bills to 22 to 99 yards rushing with Harris delivering a season high 111 this week office morphed into a teen I was gonna run the football I'm at work and you know I think we should all be proud of you know I think the mental toughness and what we're able to do as a team defensive back Myles Bryant sealed the victory by batting down Josh Allen's past the goal line with 155 remaining billing on this night and for following its seventh straight win buffalo was 7 and 5 I'm Dave Ferrie the patriots have sole possession of first place in the AFC east following a 1410 win over the second place bills Damien Harris scored on a 64 yard run in blustery conditions in which Mack Jones attempted just 3 passes the pats have gained the bills to 22 to 99 yards rushing with Harris delivering a season high 111 this week office morphed into a teen I was gonna run the football I'm at work and you know I think we should all be proud of you know I think the mental toughness and what we're able to do as a team defensive back Myles Bryant sealed the victory by batting down Josh Allen's past the goal line with 155 remaining New England is not N. 4 following its seventh straight win buffalo was 7 and 5 I'm Dave Ferrie the patriots have sole possession of first place in the AFC east following a 1410 win over the second place bills Damien Harris scored on a 64 yard run in blustery conditions in which Mack Jones attempted just 3 passes the pats have gained the bills to 22 to 99 yards rushing with Harris delivering a season high 111 this week office morphed into a teen I was gonna run the football I'm at work and you know I think we should all be proud of you know I think the mental toughness and what we're able to do as a team defensive back Myles Bryant sealed the victory by batting down Josh Allen's past the goal line with 155 remaining billing on this night and for following its seventh straight win buffalo was 7 and 5 I'm Dave Ferrie the patriots have sole possession of first place in the AFC east following a 1410 win over the second place bills Damien Harris scored on a 64 yard run in blustery conditions in which Mack Jones attempted just 3 passes the pats have gained the bills to 22 to 99 yards rushing with Harris delivering a season high 111 this week office morphed into a teen I was gonna run the football I'm at work and you know I think we should all be proud of you know I think the mental toughness and what we're able to do as a team defensive back Myles Bryant sealed the victory by batting down Josh Allen's past the goal line with 155 remaining New England is not N. 4 following its seventh straight win buffalo was 7 and 5 I'm Dave Ferrie
Ahmaud Arbery's mom: Thankful for justice and son's legacy
"The mother of the black Georgian man slain in twenty twenty after being chased by three white men says she feels blessed this year despite her loss AP correspondent Norman hall reports of Montgomery's mother says her sons if the thanksgiving chairs a symbol of justice and despite what she says is an empty spot in her heart she is grateful I'm thankful because his first thanksgiving that would happen saying that we finally got justice Ramana wonder Cooper Jones spent the past six weeks away from home since jury selection started October eighteenth she moved away from Brunswick after her son was killed she says the coming days will be a time for rest and for reflection on memories of her son such is his favorite foods I'm not like butter beans you like butter beans and pork chops I Norman hall
Ekblad lifts Panthers 2-1 over Flyers in record-tying win
"Aaron Ekblad scored two thirty nine into overtime to give the Panthers a two one win against the flyers it's always fun story citing the whole team was a fairly brief when they're all still under under what's up great game obviously a hard fought one exploited sand Bennett each had a goal and an assist for the cats who have matched the team record with their eleventh straight home win Sergei Bobrovsky made thirty two saves and became the first Florida goaltender to record points in eleven straight starts going nine oh one two the Panthers have won four in a row overall and R. eight two one one versus the metropolitan division Martin Jones made forty three saves for the flyers who are three in one in their last four games I'm Dave Ferrie
Nikole Hannah-Jones Says Americans Have 'An Obsession With Guns'
"The call Hannah Jones included Listen to this cut 11 go We have an article that talks about the Second Amendment That's by doctor Carol Anderson in out of Emory And really argue that our obsession with guns we are What is an obsession with guns me What does that mean These phrases that the marxists use we have an obsession with guns You know as an exception with guns the communist Chinese government The Cuban communist government the communist vet Venezuelan government the police states have obsession with guns They have the obsession with taking them from you So they can overpower you with their own guns Now the call Hannah Jones is a moron The police are systemically racist Because they're there to keep in place this white dominant society which we know is unjust in every respect Meanwhile you are obsessed with guns so you need to be disarmed And it all goes back to slavery You're going to what Oh yes indeed That's how much she knows about the Bill of Rights in the constitution All goes back to slavery Did you read the Second Amendment Nicole Hannah Jones does it say only white people and slave owners have a right to gun Is that what it says Cut 11 go We have more guns than almost any society in the world Who cares What does that have to do with anything What does that have to do with anything Why does it matter Are we supposed to compare ourselves to France
Tom Brady tosses 2 TDs, Buccaneers beat Giants 30-10
"The Tampa Bay Buccaneers got back on the winning track after two straight losses by defeating the New York Giants thirty to ten Tom Brady threw for three hundred seven yards including touchdown passes to Chris Godwin and Mike Evans it was seven seventy second career touchdown breaking the franchise record formerly held by running back Mike Alstott giants quarterback Daniel Jones threw two interceptions each of which led to a Tampa Bay field goal the only highlight of the night for New York was a touchdown pass from Jones to tackle eligible Andrew Thomas I'm Tom Aikens
Jan. 6 panel subpoenas Roger Stone, Alex Jones
"Hi Mike Rossio reporting the house January six panel subpoenas Roger stone and Alex Jones the house select committee investigating the January sixth insurrection at the US capitol has issued subpoenas to five more individuals including Roger stone an ally of former president Donald Trump and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones the subpoenas demanded documents and testimony from stone Jones and three people accused of organizing and promoting the two rallies that took place January sixth in the nation's capital representative Bennie Thompson the democratic chair of the panel said we need to know who organized planned paid for and received funds related to those events the committee also wants to know what communications organizers had with officials in the White House and Congress Mike
Chiefs lean on D to stuff Prescott, Cowboys in 19-9 win
"After starting the year three and for the Kansas city chiefs of one four in a row after nineteen two nine one of the Dallas Cowboys the chiefs defense led by Chris Jones who had three and a half sacks limited the cowboys to three field goals I think this is the first time within four weeks where we had all our guys healthy and able to mention play together that's a huge part for us as a defense both cheese touchdowns were scored on the ground running back Clyde Edwards a layer was activated from injured reserve and scored the second touchdown to give the chiefs a sixteen to three halftime lead Greg Echlin Kansas city
Swaggering Pats stifle Falcons 25-0 for 5th straight victory
"Mac Jones pastor Nelson Agholor for a nineteen yard touchdown and Nick folk connected on four field goals as the knowing the patriots defeated the Atlanta Falcons twenty five to nothing Jones was twenty two of twenty six for two hundred and seven yards folks bill goals were up thirty to forty four fifty three and thirty three yards Kyle van Noy also scored on a thirty five yard intercepted pass return the patriots defense held the falcons two hundred sixty five total yards and sacked the land a quarterback Matt Ryan four times Gary McPhillips Atlanta
Julius Jones' family begs for clemency as execution nears
"Hours before he was slated to die convicted killer Julius Jones has been granted clemency in Oklahoma Oklahoma governor Kevin Stitt used his authority to spare the life of Julius Jones just hours before his scheduled execution there's been a public outcry over doubts about Jones is guilty in the slaying of a businessman more than twenty years ago during a car jacking the governor commuted the death sentence to life imprisonment without parole Jones says he was framed by the actual killer who had been a high school friend Oklahoma's Attorney General says he respects the governor's decision to grant clemency but he's convinced Jones is guilty the case was featured in a twenty eighteen documentary the last defense produced by actress viola Davis I'm
Federal Appeals Court Blocks Joe Biden's Vaccine Mandate
"Daily wire just some examples Federal appeals court blocks Biden's staggeringly over broad vaccine mandate This is the 5th circuit Court of Appeals they did this late on Friday calling it as I said staggeringly over broad The three judge panel in New Orleans ruled that Biden's mandate grossly exceeds osha's statutory authority something I told you right here I mean read the statute Now the Obama lawyers read the statute they didn't give a damn And writing that rather than a delicately handled scalpel the mandate is one size fits all sledgehammer that makes hardly any attempt to account for differences in workplaces and workers They have more than a little bearing on workers varying degrees of susceptibility to the supposedly grave danger the mandate purports to address This is a quote from them Judges Curt the englehart Edith H Jones who would have been outstanding on the Supreme Court on her day And Stuart Kyle Duncan said that the mandate imposed financial burdens on businesses They could potentially violate the constitution while it does Writing the mandate imposes a financial burden of on them by deputizing their participation in ocean's regulatory scheme exposes them to severe financial risk if they refuse or fail to comply And threatens to decimate their workforces and business prospects by forcing unwilling employees to take their shots take their tests or hit the road The court stayed the mandate in a ruling Saturday writing that there were potentially grave statutory and constitutional issues with the mandate
Nikole Hannah-Jones Says U.S. Dropped Bombs on Japan for Financial Reasons
"Nicole Hannah Jones tweets over at the federalist they picked it up Sean Fleetwood New York magazine writer and founder of the 1619 Project the call Hannah Jones took to Twitter this week to offer historically illiterate take on why the United States bond Hiroshima during World War II In a course she was promoted by The New York Times or 1619 project cronut but a New York Times Historical scholars from every walk of life came out and said she doesn't know what the hell she's talking about but it doesn't matter You see And now deleted November 6th tweet Jones attempted to argue that the only reason the United States dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city was due to financial reasons All you World War II vets listen to this She said they dropped the bomb They I guess meaning her country America When they knew surrender was coming because they'd spent all this money developing it and to prove it was worth it She wrote propaganda's not history my friend Now that is unbelievable She is a complete idiot She is a complete idiot Their first bomb was dropped and then the second bomb was dropped because Japan refused to accept unconditional surrender And that's what Harry Truman insisted on She is a historical illiterate but she can push her Pablo her hate for this country and there's not a single corrupt media platform that wouldn't love to
Alex Jones liable for defamation in Sandy Hook 'hoax' case
"A judge says Alex Jones is liable after calling sandy hook hoax a Connecticut judge has found info wars host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones liable for damages in lawsuits brought by parents of children killed in the sandy hook elementary school shooting the parents of several children sue Jones over his claims that the massacre was a hoax judge Barbara Bellis took the rare step of defaulting Jones in the defamation lawsuits after he failed along with these companies to turn over documents to the parents lawyers Jones's lawyers have denied violating court rules on document disclosure a hearing will be scheduled on just how much in damages Jones will have to pay I usually out there
Jones tosses 3 TDs, Mayfield hurt as Pats beat Browns 45-7
"Mac Jones first career game with three touchdown passes helped lead the patriots in a forty five to seven route of the Browns the rookie Jones through four hundred ninety eight yards and tossed two of his three TD passes to tight end hunter Henry from Andre Stevenson rushed for a career high one hundred yards and two touchdowns as the patriots won their fourth straight game to improve to six and four Cleveland lost starting quarterback Baker Mayfield to a right knee contusion in the third quarter Mayfield finished with a career low seventy three yards passing one TD and a pick for the five and five Browns guessing Coolbaugh Foxboro Massachusetts
Red Notice: Netflix Has Made Another Chore of a Blockbuster
"There. Sunny bunch welcome, all thanks Sonny available at sunny bunch on Twitter. He also is the host of across the movie aisle, great podcast on movies. The bulwark goes to the movies and many other fine things. So sunny, you are not sending us to a band at palooza. I hope tomorrow. I hope you have something for us to see in the theaters. Well, we could talk about drumline. I feel like that is a band the band of palooza sort of movie, right? Well, South American park. Of drumming groups. So what's coming out? All right, so we are in that weird stretch where we have a marvel movie out that weekend before, which means that nobody wants to release a movie this weekend. Because nobody wants to compete in either of the first two weekends with the marvel movie. So in theaters, your options are a little bit light right now. But Netflix has not scared of marvel. Netflix is not scared of marvel. They are releasing one of their big blockbuster movies of the year this weekend. It's called red notice. They probably noticed any ads for it because they don't show ab but it is a big $200 million heist by way of Indiana Jones style movie. Starring Dwayne, The Rock Johnson, Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot as a trio of well, technically, Dwayne Johnson is like an FBI agent who's trying to clear his name. Ryan Reynolds is an art thief and Gal Gadot is another art thief she competing our thief. They are trying to steal or recover three eggs, the eggs of Cleopatra, which are these ancient artifacts, not real, not a real artifact that ancient artifacts from Egypt that were given to Cleopatra on her wedding day and their price list are very they're very valuable and they are trying to they're trying to recover these. Dwayne Johnson, so we can clear his name to our thieves right rental, so they can sell them to a Egyptian businessman who wants to give them to his own daughter as a wedding
CNN's April Ryan Asks Pete Buttigieg to Address the 'Racism' Built Into Our Roadways
"So back to Tucker Carlson last night. So April Ryan is, you know, cooing and ooing and I over the transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg. Which I always love how so many people point out the former mayor of South Bend Indiana is now the transportation secretary. And of course he's weighing in on COVID. He's weighing in on racism. He's weighing in on everything except transportation. Now, having said that, I guess roads and bridges are ostensibly under his purview. So April Ryan asks Pete Buttigieg about the racist roads and bridges we've built. And he answers it answers in the affirmative. Now, I understand there is allegedly a history. I've seen the narrative that some of the planners who were building roads and bridges did some pretty bad things allegedly about where they placed the highways, but I had never heard that the bridges were intentionally built low so that bus loads of blacks and Puerto Ricans couldn't go to the beach. I'm not kidding you. This is so crazy. And well, let's play the exchange before we play Tucker, Yuri. Let's play April Ryan, asking the question that transportation that roads and bridges in America are racist. Here we go. Here's the answer from the transportation secretary when April Ryan. We actually had to put the question first. Do we have April's question? It's all out of order here for some reason. Let me get this. I guess we have a question on tape guys or no. All right, we'll get the question because the question is crazier than the answer. So she asks him, what about the inherent red I'm paraphrasing here about the racism that was inherent in the roads and the bridges that were built. Here's Pete Buttigieg's answer. As to where we target those dollars, you know, I'm still surprised that some people were surprised when I pointed to the fact that if a highway was built for the purpose of dividing a light in the black neighborhood or if an underpass was constructed such that a bus carrying mostly black and Puerto Rican kids to a beach or it would have been in New York was designed too low for it to pass by. But that obviously reflects racism that went into those design choices. I don't think we have anything to lose by confronting that simple reality. And I think we have everything to gain by acknowledging it and then dealing with it, which is why the reconnecting communities that $1 billion is something we want to get to work right away, putting the work. Well, I know how you fix it. You've got to tear the bridges down. You obviously have to take the bridges down. If Jefferson, if a statue of a confederate soldier needs to be torn down, you obviously have to tear down all the bridges that were built too low so that busloads of black and Puerto Rican kids couldn't go to Jones beach. Of course you gotta take the bridges down. And you probably ought to tear up the
"joneses" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily
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"joneses" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily
"As soon as you see they've upgraded their lifestyle. You feel that if you're a good provider like they appear to be. You need to be giving your family. Everything others are providing like education leisure experiences and material goods. You feel that if you go to a good school you have a chance at a better life like there's and you never save enough because no one has their bank balance printed on their forehead but folks will sure notice that you're driving a beater or that. You're not wearing the big brands. If only that were the extent of the consequences associated with aspirational spending. The reality is that for many keeping up with the joneses has far more dire consequences as the movie of the same name clearly illustrates if you're lucky. You just feel unhappy most of the time because you simply can't feel content with what you have for many however it doesn't stop there some of.
"joneses" Discussed on TruPodcast
"Asked him. I said at the end of the day. You telling me live a comfortable life. No worries if you and your wife lost your jobs. God forbid what would happen when the next paycheck doesn't come got quiet. Said that would be really tough. Because we have a lot of obligations. And i said that's where we need to sit down and talk about those obligations because if you're debt free and you have money in the bank and you've set up your financial future for yourself your wife your kids. You don't have to worry about that stuff so if you do lose your job god forbid or something happens. They're financially taking care of in your legacy lives on and they're in. You don't have to worry about it. Or god forbid you pass away and your wife left with the happen to have life insurance. There's just a lot of questions that came up in that conversation And when you have that type of conversation with somebody you can really see and hear in their voice that it's real to them and they didn't realize that they're chasing the joneses all this time when they should be chasing the legacy and leaving that money and making sure their family is financially secure. God forbid they pass away all right guys. I hope you have a great day. I'll be talking to you guys on the other side. I'll be putting out blogs blogs podcasts. All that stuff. I'll be back in full swing next week. Don't forget subscribe like share and guys if you wanna talk financial coaching. If you wanna talk life you wanna talk about things to move forward reach out. call me. Text me write me. Email me whatever you wanna do reach out to me. we'll talk. we'll sit down. We'll figure out a plan for you and we'll move forward. Have a great day guys..
"joneses" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"We know that And when you're looking at the Padres, you're gonna hate it, cause I'm gonna bring it up because next week we celebrate the 70th anniversary. Of tops trading cards, and it's a big deal to be the number one car the set because it means you were the guy this year instead of trout instead of any of the Dodgers, it's Fernando Totti's Jr Oh, they've made him like their guy a coon use on all the boxes and everything else, but they've got, uh, Totti's got the number. One note, Uh, is so people will collect that if you're building is that put it in a sleeve because the number one's gonna get jacked up or or put some other paper at the front of the box, But it's just the height machine is certainly there. Right to build this into something bigger and l A. We certainly have enough reporters that will be on this one. And if we can get back into stadiums thing about traveling down and going to Petco for a couple of games to me, we could make that a road trip thing, can we Take over our San Diego studios and then go sneak out to a game. Yes, please. Maybe we'll try to figure that out. But, um, to your point, right? You know, to be the man. You gotta beat the man. I'm using all all the pop culture that I possibly can and the Dodgers have been the benchmark for Your arrival for a decade s. So what do you do? You go out of the way. How do we match up? How do we try to beat him? Right? It's like everybody trying in the NFL to figure out how to keep up with Patrick Mahomes and the Joneses. Right? I don't think that a guy named Jones. Is this all right? But you, Randy Judge Randy Jones. Yeah, just someone ready? Yes. The closer. Yeah. Let's bring it back. Now. You got Chris Jones on the defensive line. But the point being is that you know, you've got to go and try to battle them. And while you may not be able to assemble this great staff of arms, which is really just got a crazy as you saw that making its way around Twitter. Look what they're gonna have. And some of what you've heard The updates from Steve, It really is set up to be a fund raise here and with the unbalanced schedule, more games more opportunity, who probably a few of those national windows that fall on this Syriza's well, which is great to have a rivalry just down the five Twitter at how about a fresh cup might get swollen. Don't the Jason Smith show with my Carmen lives in the Farmer's insurance studios called farmers today for quote this story out of the super because we're gonna give you are Super Bowl picks coming up later on this hour like Mike and I, we we have We done it officially online. We're gonna explain why we like who we like coming up in the big game, But first, obviously, we have a lot of thoughts and prayers out. Two victims of the car accident late last night that involved Chief linebackers coach Britt Reid, son of Andy Reid. There was a situation on the side of a freeway. Ah, couple of cars had pulled over and Britt Reid getting on the freeway hits one of the cars from behind. It's sent to Children to the hospital, one of them fighting for his life Right now, it's just been revealed that Britt Reid told the police. He had two or three drinks before he got behind the wheel of the car, just an awful situation and all our thoughts and prayers to the victims and the kids in the hospital. If we find out anything throughout the show tonight, we will keep you updated on that, but certainly wanted to mention that for a couple seconds here and send some good vibes to everybody that was involved in that accident. The victims That find themselves in the hospital. The families that are involved there s so we'll have arts. We'll have that other Super Bowl time. We'll talk about that. We'll have. We'll have our picks coming up in a bit. John. Paul Marosi stops by coming up. Next breaks down just how Trevor Bauer got to the Dodgers wasn't really him using the Mets is leverage. Yes, it was everything you need. On the biggest story of the day. This is Fox. My.
"joneses" Discussed on WTVN
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"joneses" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Look at other people's islands and what they've done every I'm like I'm not doing that and mine doesn't look good and I am I'm like it doesn't I I'm losing so I'm so far behind that I don't feel like I could never catch up with other people so I just it's defeat it's defeating to me keeping up with the Joneses means true feels like that wow even a game like that and I just wanted to have this little game for myself that I bought the day it came out and now the world is playing it at that yeah and you did and you told me I mean you you told me about it for awhile and then I've got people in my house or not mine but the place I live everyone's doing it everyone's island is amazing and I'm like well yes I am all this I suck we go look at that yep well I guess you can become not fun to me so I started searching for other games well I'm not playing because of Colin let's just to be blunt I know I I stopped playing well I I'm playing occasionally but now it's been about a week so I'm sure the weeds have started growing on my island I haven't D. we did for a while but you know I I stopped playing it was a couple weeks ago and I was sitting on the couch and like I said Collins brain doesn't it's a wired totally different than mine it's Colin wants to stay busy and it's you know he just he's not wired the way that I am like I'd like to put it all you know I like to relax yeah a calling not treating it like it's my job yeah it's just a so he walked in he didn't mean anything by this but I am me and I of course took it though totally wrong way because well I need he walked in and he goes well I'm gonna do this and this what are you going to do all they gonna play animal crossing and I looked at him all I looked at him and I was like what if I do what I am so I calmly got up and I packed up my stuff and I'm not allowed to not say anything hi I have outlook lacks of like you do did you when I saw and he's like what do you do all the unit play animal crossing I know you didn't and maybe I am okay since that day and it is not a joke it was like a light switch it was like nope so I have played so sporadically since that day and also my islands kind of diet need I've done basically every thing I'm kind of the opposite of dawn you know I I've done everything I wanted to accomplish on my island I bulldoze Collins house and put a pizza parlor up well that's done yeah okay it was a graveyard and then I thought more a better use of space would be a pizza parlor for the villagers to enjoy absolutely that makes sense so I removed his home I I enacted eminent domain and I had his house removed and then I turned it into a Phoebe list outdoor pizza parlor outdoor seating and a DJ booth for night entertainment yeah because when you build places like this sort of museum park did people come and visit actually partake in the fun or do you just sit in an open pizza parlor you've got you have your animals that come in and play with stuff and said if it's outdoors yeah you can partake in the fun like people who I have tables in my pizza parlor you can sit and I have a pizza oven lex you wow yeah diner but I mean you know you I don't have public bathrooms you have to pee on the ground but I mean I think a whole is double I just you know it's it's just one of those things where I'm like I just have this one thing that I want to be I want to do and now it's ruined Ms I'm sorry I ruined your game by being so awesome doing now he's now on discord which is it's it's like a gaming network where you it's like a chat room type of a situation where you're on there with other gamers for all different types of games meet up with groups he's on discord trying to find pieces of artwork that he doesn't have his museum and going to different people's islands that are just strangers and their excuse they are exchanging like look tickets for art piece like he's obsessed with finding all the artwork and you can buy are now lacks incentives like he's but he's like oh my god you should have seen this guy's island he has a hedge maze and he has like a like a home and the more I hear about how awesome everyone else's island is a like amount it makes you feel less of a dozen makes me feel like I'm a failure yes gives a big failure a big animal crossing failure all the pressure I get I hear don it is some of these islands are so amazing yeah that it does it makes you feel it does make you feel like a loser people are in groups of like you know like some people have networks were there doing Raffles on their island with their thousand followers it's saying we're there like he can win prizes we have set up and people not selected on stuff it's crazy in here I am just like twelve peach trees well I think one person now because I don't like him anymore one of my villagers I know you see is that we're very difficult you have to build a fence around their house and trap them in yeah all the other villagers and then go forward fifteen days so that they feel very ignored yes really repressive yeah they just keep walking around in a circle and they start yelling at you I come here and you just run by an adult yeah I do I did put a fence from mine don I built a moat around he was riding there's a couple I don't like it and I did not approve I want to choose my my animals yeah I I want so since it's been sandhar go ask me one too many times to work out so I got my soul I waited till he got his house and I'm not joking and I I got myself all and I built a moat around his house so now you can't go anywhere he's trapped in this house no one will talk to no one will talk to you after the key is if you have to talk to everyone else got that one yeah so go he'll be moving soon all while raising a son like a lot yeah it's a lot it's a pressure Lexus pressure we don't need right now I mean we're worrying about the coveted I don't we don't need this pressure on them quickly it's like you look up you're like it's been three hours and I feel like I haven't accomplished anything in my life I know learning Italian a calling is built a fort in the time you know thing all day sounds like they're doing a whole garden.
"joneses" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"A social security system as other countries do so as a result you put all together I do think that there are some specifically American laws that make us uniquely less likely to save money there's a cultural piece to write and and I don't know frankly whether the supplies a lot of other countries but there is a keeping up with the Joneses thing in this country for sure others conspicuous consumption I mean there's there's a lot of that cultural spend money stuff yeah I do think that for a variety of reasons both cultural and economic Americans are uniquely susceptible to conspicuous consumption one possibility here in economic possibility is that this is all about inequality lots of things are really expensive and the bottom forty percent just can't afford essentials like healthcare and education another possibility that is more cultural rather than economic is that for right if reasons people here are just much more likely to demonstrate our wealth by spending it on essentially luxury items and this is just I mean that that rich people do in fact it's even more sometimes something that it'll class person does because a middle class person is more interested in showing that they're keeping up with the Joneses precisely because they're not and so many put together maybe in a quality and marketing is inter twined it's encouraging people to spend a lot and say very little this is been the case for as you say a number of decades now but it does seem to be coming into stark relief as we all face this crisis at the same time the idea that inequality is a matter of literally life and death and ability to save and whether through this depends on how much money you have in the bank yeah and I do think the solution here is probably federal there's lots of other countries that understand that.
"joneses" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You feel like you owe your parents yes that too I want to repair them two phone the profit G. he is already thinking about what she wants to give up in order to have a comfortable life total I'm thinking about giving up on marriage this might sound ironic I am grateful for what my parents did for me but I don't want to sacrifice myself for my children I don't think I could do that yes let's talk about some cool word's three things that we give up total marriage in the honey bee English class getting the John told young people giving up traditional life stages sort comments it has a nine sample means to give out free things relationships marriage and children grow up and then I want you to raise your hand if you gave up on merits doesn't totally forget that raise your hand that's interesting the giving up marriage in this class at least no one raised a hand on us today to be honest before saying things of us humble but they're not actually giving up on everyone agrees life's hard here but the situation is more nuanced than a catchy description like sample everyone has their own story what about the kids a one the topic of children gives a mixed response the desire to live life carefree is financial but also the family dynamic of sacrifice competition and expectation has become problematic and I guess is green people's personality they like to keep up with the Joneses now if your neighbor does it you want to do it these young people's values change many are questioning this cycle so now is causing little problems between parents and children thank you so much I think it'll that.
"joneses" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Age group are you keeping up with the Joneses sorry ahead of them or are you behind at them with them and of course I know in your case you are way ahead but that's sad I just wanna talk about it so if we look at the three age groups the millennials we know we're born from between nineteen eighty one in nineteen ninety seven the John x.'ers born between nineteen sixty five and nineteen eighty and the baby boomers from nineteen forty six to nineteen sixty four so we're sort of the baby boomers but the reason that I bring it up and everything is because there is some good news okay that a recent survey from fidelity everybody knows fidelity I came out with some numbers here that are quite encouraging if you look at these various three age groups from the two thousand nine to where they are today in two thousand twenty okay they have increased their savings very very substantially so and out of the three age group the millennials Jen actors and the baby boomers what do think who who's had the best is doing the best job you think of increasing their say mention as last week that the millennials are doing okay I remembered so that yeah you're listening to a yeah so god get this okay so in if you look back in two thousand nine to two thousand nineteen the millennials have increased their say beans in their four oh one K. account I'm talking just for a one case not IRA's nothing outside of that just for one case twelve hundred and eight percent about that in years that's pretty darn good right so they started if you had a four one K. in two thousand nine today it's worth on thirty seven thousand dollars the Gen X. servers are up four hundred and fifty nine percent okay from two thirty in a ten year period of time and the baby boomers are up two hundred and seventy five percent so all three groups are really you know kind of doing whatever it takes or what they can and so forth and so on to prepare for retirement and that's good news so can I just address that for a second about the four oh one K. plan I just did a review in one of my long time client she's been with us for six years and and she has literally she's been so coach of all she's just on every single thing that we've we've designed and the great news is two years from now and she's sixty seven years old she is going to be able to retire on the same amount of money that she's earning right now and so she's super thrilled about that but there's one key she continues to find her for one K. plan she says to me today live right you know you think I should move that into finding that the rock throwing capon instead of the regular four one K. plan a civil Jeez if you can do that if you have an absolutely do that in fact this other money that she's got in her other four one K. plan she wants to move that into her rap to count to completely fully fund out over the next couple of years as well so she's going to have a third of her money in the tax free account a third of her money and sorrow in her other investments in her tax deferred account and then of course you've got social security going on as well so we can help you to create a plan that and follow you from year to year do the research views and make sure you're on track from year to year by simply giving us a call we can get those illustrations into your hand and the book that describes the raft strategy which is a return to poetry of tax and other state investing secret so give us a call or text us at eight six six five four four seventy seven fifty five to get your free raft strategy savings plan call or text in your name email and zip code eight six six five four four seven seven five five just call or text and provide your name email and zip code two eight six six five four four seven seven fifty five you know I think the key to all this is how do you save more affected Ripley and there's really just a you know a number of steps that you can do to really plan and and save more effective level to talk about that in a move raster G. obviously is a plan that you can put on a cruise control you mention rap because it's really the best sex kept secret that the IRS doesn't talk about we often refer to it as that simply because it's been out there for you know decades and decades I mean this is iris sanction there are rules and regulations that apply to it yet you never hear typical financial advisors talk about it you never hear the you know if you go to the IRS they don't have a line item for the raft strategy or any of these types of accounts simply because you never have to report the income to the IRS out of the raft strategy it comes out free of tax free of federal free of state free of capital gains tax so there's no income and it doesn't affect your social security and other types of income it doesn't mean a bump up your tax rate as well so there's a lot of side benefits to it it's liquid in you can take the money out whenever you want you don't have to be fifty nine and a half you can take it out you can put it back you can use it for whatever purpose that you want to use a lot of people use it for Rita retirement planning certainly as many people use it for college planning and some people just use it to save for a specific event that they know what's up coming in their lives and you know they need to access the sum of money and they want to do a tax free so there's a lot of flexibility there yeah and the most important thing is that like for example just kind of going back to Julie who you know we did the review for today when she started her rap to count sheets I don't think she had a hundred percent cross one exactly the implications of it now she understands it's a lot better several years later and she's been funding and so forth but the bottom line is that it doesn't have the safety provide safety so instead of putting her money into a bank to she was you know kind of the the type of person that was concerned that if you put all of our money in the market that it would be subject to the volatility so she's she actually open up an account with us that has principal protection but it's also funny now her rafts a she's putting the interest from that into her wrapped so she's basically gotten her wrap account for free well that's what the purpose of either way it works is like I haven't paid a penny into this account I've been using the interest from the other count the word it it to pay for the raft strategy if you go to our website we build your wealth dot com there's information on the raft strategy as well we do give out the book we give the free illustrations and all of those things so you can really see for yourself that there are things out there different and better than what you're doing right now now we're not saying it's a hundred percent of the answer anything like that but certainly it is a viable apart of the solution in retirement planning and why because it's liquid it's safe as you mentioned there's no way that you can lose money and the restaurant at G. due to a negative stock market or a kind of me and it does provide that tax free read returned the average return has been about seven percent per year but we can show you with our own statements that the raft strategy over the last summary years has been averaging well over ten percent per year so it's amazing account and that of course is ten percent tax free now I'm not saying that's going to happen every year it's not a guarantee I mean you that is guaranteed that you'll never lose your money even in a down turn market or a down turn economy but you do have the ability to link the performance of this to an index where you're indirectly in the market not directly in the market that's a lot of a big mouthful of of words that I've given you know kind of what it called words suit now I can word salad yeah but I yes the soup and salad okay so yeah but it's all explained in the book and in the illustrations and certainly we as we do our illustration you pointed out really a very important point will read is that as you know even though quite may not fully comprehended initially as we do our illustrations and our our of reviews with them every time we talk to them they get a better better bigger picture in a you'll begin to really comprehend all of the full implications of it and I see all these benefits that they may not have known a scam don't read it didn't register or whatever and then now you know as we talk to you it becomes more more up here itself listen get the book at the illustration you can call or you can text us today and we'll get you started to receive this information it's absolutely complementary the books are about twenty five dollar value we have a give away it's it's actually a best seller it's been on him was on and so forth you can buy it or you can just give us a call and we'll get it to you absolutely free of charge a number to call or text is one eight six six five four four seventy seven fifty five to get your free raft strategy savings plan call or text in your name email and zip code two eight six six five four four seven seven five five just call or text and provide your name email and zip code eight six six five four four seven seven fifty five so how do you say more effectively around I mean you know that first place I think it's a very important you put your savings courts kind of on cruise control that's a great thing about a four oh one K. is that it's you know comes out every month right but in addition to that you can do the same thing with your raft strategy and in a writing it down I mean you know we all hear about right in our goals and then we just entered into a new a year here in two thousand twenty and you know we've heard all our lives right down your goals write down your goals post post them on your me or whatever you look every day and and this helps you and this is reality I mean it really does help you to write it down it's formulate a plan so that you can implement that and if you have someone that's coaching you and helping you implement it like a financial adviser which Laurette nine are then it's even I more parent and actually easier I think in my mind to to to do that if you got somebody that's saying Hey you know here's were rat let's take your temperature let's see what you know is in many changes to any to make any adjustments what can we do to actually increase your rate of savings and we can talk more about that today as well right well yes exactly and there's just so many different ways you can go with it and I think updating your goals from year to year is very important because your life has changed I mean you you might find Hey now that you have this this new hobby that you're doing or or you know that you want to invest money in like maybe like years ago it's a fight about use like well that's another thing that I'm going to be investing on without one finishing an answer but that's what you've always wanted to do and I'm finally as you're sort of approaching those retirement years you're able to learn how to do that and do that to perfection and people are now calling him and saying Hey I want I want to go out on your boat with you because you find the biggest grouper we have a freezer full of fish every we couldn't eat this ritual gonna have to have a fish ran right out of the whole all the neighbors I think yeah there you go we've been very very fortunate to be able to have a lot of us success out there on the Gulf of Mexico so yeah so it's really about you know holding it down writing it down and then looking at what things that you can do to increase your savings the raft strategy funded by the month you can find that quarterly you can take money out of harm's way out of a a stocky counter bond it can only be fat you know recently seen the stock market go up and you say Hey you know what I like to lock in those games so when things go in the wrong direction I'm not gonna be affected negatively on that I I'd love to just be able to close the door right now and lock in some of these games you can do that with the raft strategy and still participate in the upside of the market and be protected when the market goes down so he can I have your cake and eat it too what people here this I go wow this just sounds you know we hear it all the time it's too good to be true and all this kind of stuff and and we get it we understand you know your thought process on that if you feel that way and that's why we suggest you get educated so that you can see for yourself do your own due diligence will supply the materials you can read it at your leisure and ask questions were here for you and we want to make sure that you know what your options are there are things out there different there are things out there perhaps better than what you're doing or in addition to what you're doing it's called the raft strategy get a book get the illustration and get your questions answered the number caller.
"joneses" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Be Klein. so what do you do to keep up with the Joneses Texas at nine eight nine seven three and coming up next we'll explain how life became an insane in competition nobody wins nobody wins a so what is the future of breaking a big tech is that something is even going to happen tech show S. H. O. W. at ninety nine seven three we will send you the candy my can talk show. so we've got I don't know. I've been struggling with how to even frame this story about the guy who was about the rich guy because I don't know I love might just looking for love he's looking for data they be that'll lead him to love this is a story about a guy named Greg I think its it's Lindenberg Greg limp **** very rich guy who. likes to dates that he's he's got you know you get interested in people sometimes they know he's interested at appear sometimes they don't know he's interested. and he's been Scott out because he is that he is a rich enough guy to hire private investigators to fill entire dossiers on prospective datable people at me that that a fair way to put it I mean I pull that he's actually people is actually seeing well he was married for a long time right out of the dating pool then comes along modern dating which is you know your apps and then your websites and everything else that you're involved with modern dating he had said that made him uncomfortable because of his wealth that these women were just looking to for sugar Daddy they weren't looking for an actual relationship allegedly that's his that's his justification for his terrible behavior so what he would do was then take these women Hey I met someone so him it there's this one woman that was like a runner up for Miss Texas or something he met at a party or whatever it is I met her I met her at her here's the information that I know about her here's your phone number go and build out a profile on her and he would pass it off to his employees at he's an insurance person he would pass it off to like employees at this insurance company or hire private investigators and they would build out these very elaborate dossiers just like you would see a spy movie here is her walking out of her place of work here is her getting into her car this is the car in the where they cross the line I mean in my mind following around somebody okay it's creepy where they really cross the line though is they did put lay low Jack their cars so they could find out if this woman was also spending time with another man yeah he was. the FBI is is obviously yeah paying a lot of attention on on this particular guy but but this is this is sort of steps into we talk a lot about privacy issues on the show this is one of those situations where I mean I guess. so I have a friend who has who is pretty good with investigative techniques and she has been kind of the person that her friends have leaned on like Hey I am it this guy is interested in me can you find out something about it because she has pretty enhance skills in this doesn't happen he just knows research so they hadn't so white was somebody on tender Hey here's the guy years his name and then they would give that her Ringo or Orin match or whatever website they were using and she would then come back it's like well here's what is available in the in the public records about this person and actually was weirdly helpful I mean sometimes nothing what would trigger but sometimes you'd like oh wow that's a that's all he's married they or he's or he's maybe just hasn't admitted that but is separated perhaps or has a couple of bankruptcies that may or may not concerned someone but it's all the kind of stuff that you want to know when you're starting to pave it like is this someone I actually want to have a relationship with so you can understand this guy made all of his money in insurance you can understand why someone would want to know a bit about them and that's what some of these dating websites are predicated on if you have a Facebook account sensibly maybe somebody knows something about you at least an idealized version of you so I actually don't really have a problem with people trying to find out about somebody that they may be getting involved with I think that's fine but what he was doing was just like he was creating this network he could get he was doing the things that we worry about Facebook doing to us or cell phone companies doing to us or or exaggerated government surveillance doing to us and that he was mapping their entire existence that's not somebody is looking to make sure he's not a Daddy that is somebody actually with not only deep paranoia but my guess is. you know it that that's a that's a control freak that somebody in the ritual I mean I can't imagine that you're going to have end up in a happy relationship with somebody like that who needs that level of needs you to be screwed I says what happens if you come home late one night you know at is he immediately get a like wrap up the surveillance again like what is she doing you know where I need to know where she is at all times like this to me seemed. nuts and I hope as a result and results the stories maybe people to get it you know take a second spot what about getting involved with somebody like this of course maybe the FBI will take care of that for I think what the concern was though a lot of the things that he did it were not a legal hi I think I don't creator I don't think anything what the low Jack might have been the low Jack might have been in the end and what was it about with their with the FBI was investigating him because of state regulator issue that he had tried I ride drive a state state regulator much of what he was doing was complete it was otherwise but completely legal we've talked about this also how much you are I can buy you know can maybe find a way to buy it's legal to buy someone cellphone data tracking data and find out about them that way or all the other data tools that are available to us for purchase by these companies that do data scraping I can find out everything I need to know about somebody that's the even creepier thing is a lot of what he was doing was completely legal also let's get into the Google information this week's they just rolled out three different new security features that will let you limit personal activity that tracks in the apps like YouTube and maps have you checked this out yet I harassed it's funny because it's Google responding to who of what I think they're responding to Facebook or thank weather's fine apple also right apple head out apple had just rolled out its version to help you limit the number of things that is getting you but it turns out that maybe some of those things help and some of them don't help much is that what you mean by don't help much. well Google for example like your ability to to use Google maps on the incognito browser actually does prevent. some truss other services from tracking you but does not prevent Google from two weeks ago like like all of this okay so so so yes it does help you I mean what would Google and apple are ten simply telling you like. you don't have you should trust anyone. but US in called me the incognito mode for maps yeah the inter gets it first and then it is essentially will yeah you can look at in the browser we just totally fine but then also the only people that will look is far as Google goes is just Google no one else will look at where you were going or where you have already been or where you save as home on maps or anything like that yeah that's the hope right I mean but but Google has not really. measured up in this regard in the past I mean Google has is not been of you know hasn't been given a bullet proof say say for your data. sophisticated privacy tool yeah yeah yeah but this risk when you see things like this how the rolling out all these new protections and we just did with Mike and I both of us are our iPhones to look at the apps of which ones were tracking us when does it concern you any more then where you're concerned already was as far as data privacy goes. I don't know I mean my I mean to be completely honest my my worry about about privacy. I here's my hope I guess my worry in my hope for sort of contained in one vessel my worry and my hope is that I am the one you know needle in the haystack and that's the that's essentially what I hope saves me because I don't to do all of the things to keep yourself I mean I you know I don't use of virtual.
"joneses" Discussed on KCRW
"Loop. that's actually Tommy Lee Jones saying I love my son look at my son over and over because we wanted to be almost unconscious it almost sounds like an ultrasound probe unborn baby it's very weird. as he directed the movie he also co wrote gray wore headphones to listen to his own play list it included cosmic sounds he downloaded off the internet they can convert electromagnetic waves that are emitted in space December's of what you might call a sound wave and it sounds very creepy. turning the Joneses and set the sieve music internet phone journalists into the scene he said no of course in the soon to see what you're talking about right okay he said no no what I'm hearing time movie is actually sounds of Jew pretty wanna hear it and he was fascinated for. gray says listening to those sounds helped him create the lonely celestial world at the film's main character as he made his way to Neptune it helped me visualize really what we can't visualize the void the endless wait the infinite the frightening aspects. because we can't really understand the indifference of that void. and I just found that was very powerful to hear the electromagnetic waves of the planets themselves IT help you sort of get inside of that. Floyd if you will I missile sounds pretentious it's hard but you do the best you can to trying to internalize in this case it's space it's not so easy. great listen to the electronic drones by French composer Elian ready and sitar music by Ravi Shankar. sometimes we even played music for the cast and crew when they didn't have to record sound. additional went back to the silent films they used to play music on the set of course for the actors enough to worry about Tyler. Gustav Holst's the planets was on ray's playlist.
"joneses" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"To keep up with the Joneses is over thirty five hundred dollars and it's just not worth it why can't we all get along what do I have to be better than you realize sunny skies right now it's seventy degrees is gonna get up to around ninety seven with some possible afternoon showers today did you see this Mister thing the block at a new mailbox automated what is the H. away let you get a new one if you've got an H. away the pain to the house to I would have to get permission he is the easiest game in DC radio we call it would you rather it's so simple we pose a scenario you make a choice and just from playing today you'll with a one hundred fifty dollar gift card to focus showed you want every time you call in fact it is time to call right now to play and win so we'd so we wanted to get through to a seven six six wash FM the number one eight six six nine two seven forty three sixty one all right if you want click against celebration good morning do you is it's all right it's all right it only one station plays awesome songs from the eighties and today's the biggest hands ninety seven point one wash FM twenty four you we spent babies baby M. daily that maybe you say you must for the last time a.
"joneses" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Joneses autumn tagger drivers. Yeah. Just barely to say. The least I watched that game. And all I saw was my bracket. Just absolutely just dying right there. Because even if I get the rest, right? It doesn't matter because as you all know, do you could get everything. Right. But that one and it doesn't matter what a game as you said your brackets done. If your team you pick to win. It is out veteran you might have a chance maybe towards the end. But even then how great was UCF though, it was just horrible for Aubrey dockings. Who is the guy that missed the last shot the deflection? He is the son of the coach he's the reason that they were in that game because he couldn't miss until that final shot but taco seven foot six one of the forty largest human beings on earth play center for them. He's only played basketball for a few years, and he's got an eight foot four wingspan and he can dunk just by standing. It's crazy to watch. It looks like it's takes no effort and do anything. He just puts his arms. Puts it in. Yeah. He's it was interesting. But what a hell of a game of the week it and one person one person has a perfect bracket. I don't know how you can do that. Honestly, don't see. That's crazy. What are you? What are you? How many I have thirteen of the sixteen in the Sweet Sixteen. I think I have fourteen or thirteen. Yeah. Yeah. So but now now this is when it gets serious. I did not have Oregon state, by the way. I did get state Oregon. I called that one. Yeah. So I didn't have. I mean, I didn't have Oregon origin of UCI and Villanova. I just want to say, I know you one last year you let me down. You may doubt Villanova three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. Congressman Schweik is gonna join us about in the hour. We're gonna talk to him how much should we be seeing? What is it like outside of the politicking front of the camera and the microphone we'll talk to him about that? Because I think you know, one thing I like about Schweiker does he kind of he he throws it all out there. It's very interesting. Ziprecruiter is amazing absolutely credible. If you're looking to hire ZipRecruiter dot com slash Benson. You can post your job for free is on me. Hiring isn't as simple as it used to be. No, no, no. So you got to find a partner somebody's gonna work with you. And that's ZipRecruiter comes in. They are incredible. First and foremost, the first thing you do is the minute you post your job, he goes to one hundred the web's leading job boards. And then they've got their smart powerful matching technology. What it does? Is. It scans everything all the resumes. They're gonna find the right person with the right experience. They're going to fight them for your job. Then they're going to analyze everybody. Who's got that? And find out which one absolutely is your top candidates. And then you're gonna have an opportunity to go and interview them and not gonna miss a great match. In fact, eighty percents of employers supposed to Joplin ZipRecruiter get a quality candidate through the site within the first day. Yep. Yep. Let me tell you kids work smarter. Not harder opportunity is here now to post your job for free. Simple and easy. Go to ZipRecruiter dot com slash Benson. That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash B. E N S O N ZipRecruiter dot com slash. Benson's? Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. At Chadbensonshow Twitter, C H A D E N S O N. What do you think? The Muller report are you satisfied? Are you not satisfied? Do you still think there's some sort of craziness going on here? Or is it time for us to move on? So Chad Benson show. KTAR news. Alexa, play.
"joneses" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"So that they're able to to actually manage that, you know, when you had the education piece there, then they're able to go ahead and get the loan for the home or the business and actually manage it and be successful. Absolutely. And so those are actual brick and mortar buildings sorry for the adults. And there's five those routes country. Going back to what you were doing though, again, I think is important because those are for adults. Yes. Who have for whatever reason either not been taught basic financial literacy. Through throughout their life or just made poor choices right now if you can nip that so to speak early with kids. Take care of those bad habits, especially the bad habits we've seen here recently or bad choices. I should say recently with like the housing situation. People buying more than they could afford trying to keep up with the Joneses credit cards trying to pay off debt with credit cards. Right. So that's the goal of the the banking on our future program is to get to the youth and give them the foundation and the education needed. So that you don't end up having to work with adults for whatever reason. So the banking on our future program has been in operation since nineteen Ninety-six. So we're coming up on our twenty years as well. And it operates in I believe there are twelve cities that are operating right now where they're doing a financial literacy program in the schools are in the community organizations with volunteers one question, I've got by the way, we'll just run through these real quick.
"joneses" Discussed on The Big 98
"We on the Bobby bones show. I know it's a drag. Dollar anyway. Trying to keep up with the Joneses. At the end of the block. I know he gets. I know you get sick of salsa town. Let's make lemonade. Saturday night. That's fine. Sweet. Off season. Frame came. Between. Bobby and Dan shea share? They're scary turtle encounters. I think in the Bahamas Etta pretty close encounter with a turtle. Hey, let's go have some turtles don't tell you that they're bigger than you are compared ninja turtles. Rafael. Big. Like, so.
"joneses" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Does that surprise you probably shouldn't why is that? Well, because as Theodore Roosevelt famously said comparison is the thief of joy, it's true comparison is the thief of joy. And so when big homes get built near otherwise content small homes small homeowners start feeling like they're not doing enough keeping up with the Joneses. It's an effect and that makes it difficult to really talk about spacial necessity to it because the keeping up with the Joneses effect blurs the realities of real spatial necessity. How much space people need is a very complex combination of several factors personal psychology. Just how you are wired. Family size, not just family size, but family demographics. I e is your family you in an infant is it you and young children is at you and teens is seniors and teens and infants it's mold multigenerational living under your roof. All of that has a clear effect on the space people. Need relationship dynamics are a huge factor in quantifying. How much space people need we have built luxury master bathroom suites for folks who in very large homes, and when it comes to the master bathroom, the husband and wife, you know, they have to sing, but they don't need. In fact, they even debate whether they need to sinks because they're completely fine being very close together with each other. I've got medium sized homes where the the brief for the design is listen, he's got to have his side of the bathroom. I've got to have mine, and it's actually perfectly. Okay. If we don't even see each other in the more. So relationship dynamics are a factor. The efficiency of the design a lot of square footage just wasted in bad design. And then we already touched on this outdoor access gardens patios yards have a huge factor to play in how much square footage you need indoors. Because if you can look out on larger space if you can get out on the larger space, especially in temperate climates like ours here in southern California. Then you don't need so many square feet inside the quality of shared public spaces is kind of an extension of that the quality of shared public spaces. Most people wanna get out. They want to have an experience this, by the way, is is the single most of the clear explanation for the success of Starbucks in the US, it's certainly not about the quality of the coffee. It is about the the what Howard Schultz called the crew. Creation of a third space a space where people can gather together and just be around other people that is not home and is not work, and then you've got cultural norms and expectations for what should be the case. What defines your success, perhaps the most enlightening study conducted to date that I'm aware of was done right here in southern California by a team of social scientists at UCLA, they tracked quite recently the position and activity of families in thirty two Los Angeles homes, and they did this by tracking their movements micro movements every ten minutes during waking hours inside their homes to see scientifically how Americans really live not how they talk about living. Not how they imagined the space that they need to live in. But how they? Actually live. The study was actually turned into a book. I have it. It's it's worth a read because it's just it's fascinating..
"joneses" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"One person at a time. Welcome back to the radio show today. We're going over this article, which basically suggests that you are accumulation of choices in life, and I agree with that. And I'm taking some of the points. They made they made five points. We've done two of them. So far. I'm going to pick up the last three this segment and probably move on from there. But the next one is I'm willing to give up a fast life for good life. And I didn't really understand that. I read their explanation of it. Not that clear. Here's what I think it means. And if it means what I think, it means that I agree with the net is the fast life is trying to keep up with the Joneses. I gotta have this. I gotta have got a faster car a newer car. Better house and newer house, a bigger house better clothes a Rolex watch. You know, you need all this stuff in life in your constantly moving as fast as you can get to it. And that's not the good life. The other thing is equated. This statement is that to you know, people who let everybody else dictate to them what they want to do. One of the hardest words I've found it's funny. Even my mentors have a hard time with this word, how successful multimillionaires, and they find it hard to say, no. One of my most exclusive expertise is simply say, no. And there's no need for an explanation. No, I'm not going to do that. No. I don't wanna do that. No. I don't wanna meet you there. I don't want to do this with you. I don't want to do that with you know. And what does that do for me? Being able to say, no, I don't need a new car. No. You can't sell me stuff. I don't need. No. You can't tell me what to do. And where to go allows me to live a good life. I live a comfortable life where I can do what I want when I want with whomever, I want, and of course, you have to have financial freedom and be able to do that. There's no doubt about that. But even if you have finance of freedom, some people still just get run around and run through the wringer over over and over again because they're not willing to give up the fast life trying to make everybody in the world happy to impress other people as opposed to just making himself happy number four. I'm willing to give up security for significance. And never never is that true. I will never give up security for significance. Now, I crave significance. I think it's very important.