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It's Total Bedlam in Front of the Supreme Court...

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:25 min | 2 d ago

It's Total Bedlam in Front of the Supreme Court...

"Its total bedlam in front of the Supreme Court. It's not. Anything that is violent, I pray it remains that way. The people are using very charged language. In fact, let me read one of the tweets of somebody outside of the Supreme Court right now. One of the speakers with a megaphone also called for an uprising similar for the one in 2020 in the wake of George Floyd's death, any sort of mainstream media sympathy that these activists might be getting. I think is going to shatter as soon as they continue to use language like this. But from a legal analysis, we have the great Josh hammer, newsweek opinion, editor, and a constitutional expert to just walk us through what exactly this means. Josh, welcome back to the program. Tell our audience, does this outlaw abortion or does this send it back to the states? Tell us specifically what is in this opinion. So Charlie, first of all, great to be with you on such a great day for the constitution and great day for the country, really a great day for the human species for the very simple reason that we will have more unborn innocent human beings will actually be able to live as human beings. So it's a remarkable day for the country and on daylight they have Charlie. I think young pro lifers like you and I just have to have a debt of gratitude honestly to the past 50 years of pro life activists who got us. That's such a good point. Sorry to interrupt. You're exactly right. It's been a lot of prayer warriors and activists and grassroots folks and a lot of Jewish organizations, a lot of pro life organization, not a Catholic organization, it's great point,

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Trump Is Ready to Abandon Attorney John Eastman

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:16 min | 2 d ago

Trump Is Ready to Abandon Attorney John Eastman

"Reporting this morning, I'm sure you've heard is that they're getting ready to turn on John eastman that Trump is getting ready to throw Josh. Which you look at any history and go, of course he is. He does it to everybody. What's John eastman going to do is the question, is he going to flip, do you think, is he going to save himself? You know, what could he do that would hurt? He is a lawyer who is in total disrepute because let's face it. His theory was total nonsense. It had even he in a red line version had said, here's the opposite, which is true. And so he knew that what he was saying was fraudulent. Donald Trump knew it was fraudulent because everybody else, including his own lawyers, and his vice president were saying, this is not a power that I have. I can not do this. It's illegal. It seems to me that you can't get away with this continuously. So even if eastman were to turn on him, it would certainly would help. I mean, everybody who turns is good. It's just, I wonder what happened to people like Pence, why didn't he come forward? Why didn't he enforce the Twenty-fifth Amendment? When his own life was put in

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Anna Dugger Wants to Stay With Pedophile Husband

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:58 min | 3 d ago

Anna Dugger Wants to Stay With Pedophile Husband

"I'm struck by this story today. The duggars, the family on TV with all the kids. You know, last December, Josh Duggar, that was found guilty on both counts in his child sexual assault materials trial, okay? I was a few weeks before Christmas and nobody would have been the least bit surprised. Had his wife and a Duggar said, I wanted divorce. I'm done with this. Right? Who wouldn't? I mean, we all want to understand that. But she's now saying she ain't going anywhere. She said she would never leave this fucked up sick and twisted husband for nothing. You couldn't give her anything. She ain't going nowhere. Brainwashed much? Yes, of course she is. But I'm sure a lot of you ladies have good reason to complain about your husbands and this would clearly be one of those times. On the flip side, though, guys, what do you make out of a wife who promises to always be with you even if you're a convict convicted sex offender? I mean, this guy got a 151 months, a little over 12 years. In federal prison, that's not easy time. And then he was hit with 20 years of supervised released when he gets out of prison, and at that point he and allowed any unsupervised contact with minors, not even his own children. So how exactly do you make that work? What do you do? You're living in the same house. You can't be, I mean, come on. Come on, you can. Who's going to, who's going to police that? These people have 7 kids from 12 to 7 months. I've heard plenty of people who stay together for the kids. I understand that I did it for a while too. But this is a little insane.

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Is the Economy Tumbling Towards a Recession?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:25 min | 6 d ago

Is the Economy Tumbling Towards a Recession?

"Welcome to the Hugh Hewitt show, great to be with you today. Lots to discuss, not necessarily including backyard generator, but we've got actually a, we've got to generate our question of our own today, which is, what does this economy generating? Is it going to, is it going to continue to generate rapid growth as Janet Yellen promised yesterday? Or as a recession coming as a previous democratic grocery secretary promise. Now, you've got really two different really two very different looks at this coming to you from democratic press secretary treasury secretaries. Let's take a listen to Janet Yellen yesterday talking about what her outlook is on the economy. And the economy to slow, it's been growing at a very rapid rate as the economy is the labor market is recovered and we've reached full employment. Well, I'm not exactly sure how much you can squeeze into that 12 second clip. So that's not correct. First off, we haven't reached full employment. I mean, honestly, this is just math. All you have to do is go to the bureau of labor statistics and take a look at the numbers and you'll know that we haven't reached full employment just on a static basis. We are about 900,000 jobs short of where we started in February 2020.

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Blue Jays rally from 5 down, end Yankees' 9-game win streak

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Blue Jays rally from 5 down, end Yankees' 9-game win streak

"The Yankees 9 game winning streak is over after the Blue Jays turned an 8 three deficit into a ten 9 victory over the AL east leaders The 5 run comeback came off home runs as Taylor Hernandez belted a go ahead three run blast in the 7th One inning after Lourdes guriel junior launched a Grand Slam to get Toronto within a run Vladimir Guerrero junior hit his 17th home run and George Springer also connected for the Blue Jays Josh Donaldson Anthony Rizzo glaber Torres Kyle higashioka and marwin Gonzalez each at home runs for the Yankees who led 8 three in the 6th inning I'm the

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Avalanche rout Lightning 7-0 to take 2-0 lead in Cup Final

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

Avalanche rout Lightning 7-0 to take 2-0 lead in Cup Final

"The avalanche on a two games to non Stanley Cup final lead This after they humiliated the lightning 7 to nothing Two goals came off the stick of kale With some good goals and stuff like that but at the end of the day we know next game is gonna bring their best And it's always the next game is the hardest Colorado parlayed an eye popping territorial advantage into a three zero lead after the first period Those goals came from valerian Andre baray and Josh Manson At the other end of the ice the two time defending champs rarely tested as gold tender Darcy Kemper who turned away 16 shots Bruce Morton Denver

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Pergram: 'The Late Show Stephen Colbert' Associates Arrested Last Night

Mark Levin

02:00 min | Last week

Pergram: 'The Late Show Stephen Colbert' Associates Arrested Last Night

"Chad pergram has tweeted the following Fox confirms that group of persons associated with the Late Show and Stephen Colbert were arrested last night In charge with a legal entry to the house office building after hours Fox is told the people were arrested in the longworth House office building The group was in the cannon House office building earlier in the day trying to get interviews around the time of the January 6th committee hearing Ever the United States Capitol police shoot them away because they did not have proper press credentials However the group surfaced later that night after the capital complex was closed to the public fox is told they took pictures and video around the offices of House minority leader Kevin McCarthy and Lauren bobert They were unescorted and arrested and charged with illegal entry They were arrested near boebert's office They were released overnight Fox has confirmed the arrests of these 9 persons through a senior house source Names and these are people at a high level associated with Colbert and his program Jake plunkett Alison Martinez Tyrone dean Steven Roman nicolette green Brenda Hurley Robert Schmidt nice Josh commerce and David Feldman Robert schmidel is known for being the voice of triumph the insult comic dog He also produced short cartoons for Saturday Night Live TV fun House The United States Capitol police have issued the following statement on June 1620 22 at approximately 8 30 p.m. U.S. capitol police received a call for a disturbance in the longworth House office building

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Kellyanne Conway Reminds Bill Maher What Americans Actually Care About

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | Last week

Kellyanne Conway Reminds Bill Maher What Americans Actually Care About

"But listen to Bill Maher. Friday night, he had Kellyanne Conway as a guest. She's Hawking a book. She's got a new book out and I want to read it. I'm interested in her. I think she's a smart many people say Donald Trump is not president in 2016 without Kellyanne Conway. Brilliant pollster, smart lady. She's got a mess of a family life with that buffoon husband or hers who hates Trump. But here's HBO's real time with Bill Maher, a journalist Josh barrow and Kellyanne Conway. I want to play this for you and get your reaction to it. So I don't know whether they'll prosecute him or not. I mean, the difficulty as Kellyanne points out is that you have to convince the jury that he knew that he was not entitled to the thing that he was looking for. And it's always difficult with Donald Trump to demonstrate what his mental state was. He could believe anything, basically. But it's also it's a question for a jury. They could bring they could bring the indictment or would be up for it. I just remember clear. These hearings are not about that. They hired a Hollywood a news producer to make it a production. And that's okay. But that's not pretend that it wasn't valid. That's the footage is the footage. Right. Footage is appealing. I said that for a year and a half. I know. But every day on my calendar doesn't say January 6th, people are trying to pay their mortgages by gas. Here we go. Back to the gas prices, which has nothing to do with this. It is spinning. It's promised you will get it. If I promise super unheard of. I know. But if I promise you one more time that we will get to talking about gas prices. Can we do that in a courtroom? I don't want to mislead people who are watching thinking that somehow you're saying he committed crimes. If you take the crimes and somebody will have to prosecute that. But that's not what these hearings are.

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Amber Athey: Disinformation Board Was Ready to Target Americans

The Dan Bongino Show

01:15 min | 2 weeks ago

Amber Athey: Disinformation Board Was Ready to Target Americans

"You know and I made the proposition that we're living through one of these right now I mean this disinformation board and what came out last night Josh hawley on Tucker Carlson getting some documents indicating they were targeting American citizens this ministry of truth I mean this is the kind of thing that happens in books about third world fascist regimes This isn't the kind of stuff that's supposed to happen here No question And when you look at the specific types of speech that this information board was committed to attacking such as counter narratives on the coronavirus pandemic and then you connect that to a lot of the tyranny that we did have to live under over the past two years in the name of stopping the spread of COVID it becomes pretty clear exactly what these people were doing We weren't allowed to question for example the efficacy of vaccines That was one specific thing that the disinformation board was going to go after And then you saw people losing their jobs or being kicked out of school or even kicked out of the military because they wanted to be able to make decisions about their own health even as we knew that the public health officials were either lying to us or withholding information about so many aspects of the pandemic

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Avalanche off to Cup Final for first time since '01

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Avalanche off to Cup Final for first time since '01

"Josh Brown tree you sweep in the NHL's Western Conference final correspondent Bruce Morton has more Colorado completed a sweep of the oilers by winning an overtime 6 5 with the victory the avalanche advanced to the Stanley Cup final for the first time since 2001 The game winner came from arturi lechon whose wrist shot went into a wide open net at one 19 of OT It's a chance to play for their silent couple doesn't come very often So you got to make most of it and this year it's an opportunity for us and you just kind of go up and take it Came on strong with one goal and four assists for a Colorado team that twice trailed by two goals in the third period The avalanche won the cup in 2001 beating New Jersey

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Francouz, Kadri lead Avs to 4-0 win over Oilers in Game 2

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Francouz, Kadri lead Avs to 4-0 win over Oilers in Game 2

"The avalanche have a two games to none lead after a flurry of goals and a backup netminder led them to a four zero shutout of the oilers Nazem Cadbury set up goals by arturi lechon and Josh Manson and mikko ranton and Turing a two O four span early in the second period like an immense and tally just 15 seconds apart Pavel Franco's had a 24 save shutout two nights after the oilers scored 6 times in a game one loss Frances replaced Darcy Kemper who suffered an upper body injury in the second period of the opener Mike Smith made 35 saves for the oilers who host game three on Saturday I'm Dave

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Hader 37th straight scoreless appearance, Brews beat Cards

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | Last month

Hader 37th straight scoreless appearance, Brews beat Cards

"Eric Lauer gives up two runs in 5 innings to pick up the victory in the brewer's four to three win over the Cardinals in the first game of a four game series that left the issues four walks and strikes out one while improving his record of 5 in one Josh hader picks up save number 16 Luis urias hits his fourth Homer of the season for Milwaukee as they win their third straight the ino central division leaders also get RBIs from Tyrone Taylor Christian Yelich and Andrew McCutchen Adam Wainwright takes the loss he falls to 5 and four Paul Goldschmidt homers and extensive city street to 17 for the red birds Mike Reeves St. Louis

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | Last month

Update on the latest sports

"BP sports I'm Josh rowntree in the NHL one eastern semis already over while the other one was evened up Tuesday night Correspondent Mike mancuso with more from New York Andrew Cobb scored a goal and added two assists as the rangers knocked off the hurricanes four to one even the second round playoff series of two wins apiece Frank for Toronto Adam Fox and Mika's advantage at old school to give the rangers a three to nothing lead after two periods Cops 5th of the playoffs iced the game midway through the third and he spoke of the team's effort I feel like today was a good effort again from our team And I think we played a pretty good series so far And we're just trying to build off some of the momentum that we've created in these last two games You go to your search in 30 saves for the win the hurricane is over 5 on the road in the playoffs They will host game 5 on Thursday night In the western semis Edmonton grabbed a three one series lead over Calgary with a 5 three win Ryan nugent Hopkins scored a pair of goals for the oilers including the game winner with under four minutes to go Evander Kane scored his 11th and 12th goals of the postseason for Edmonton as well No sweep in the NBA's western finals Dallas able to stave off elimination with a one 19 one O 9 win over Golden State The Mavs hit 23 pointers and Luka Dončić scored 30 points grabbed 14 rebounds and dished out 9 assists to force a game 5 We got to believe you know I think our difference was way better today and I think we take the paint You know those two things are key And that's what we got to bring to San Francisco On the diamond Toronto took down St. Louis 8 to one as Jay's pitcher Kevin gausman got plenty of run support That's what we are you know That's what we normally are So you know it's been pretty quiet in there lately So you know for us to kind of get our mojo back I guess You know just have that high energy Everybody talking in the dugout It was nice to see And the NFL has expanded the Rooney rule again This time to include quarterbacks coaches in a further effort to diversify the coaching ranks The change was announced Tuesday at the owners meeting in Atlanta I'm Josh Brown tree AP

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Anderson says Donaldson made racist remark, Yanks top Chisox

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Anderson says Donaldson made racist remark, Yanks top Chisox

"The Yankees have now won 22 of their last 26 games after slamming the White Sox 7 to 5 The angst broke this game open early by scoring 5 runs off one time nemesis Dallas keuchel in the second inning camp by DJ le mayhew's Grand Slam Just got a lot of really good players that are playing well and it seems like it's someone different every day you know carrying the team So it's been a lot of fun Nestor Cortes who started the game with MLB's lowest ERA gave up three runs all in Jose Abreu's home run pitching 5 innings for the win Anthony Rizzo and Josh Donaldson also drove in runs for New York Donaldson was the focus of a bench clearing confrontation in the 5th but no punches were thrown Chicago manager Tony La Russa accused Donaldson of a racist comment Tom arryn New York

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Sen. Josh Hawley Points to Biden Policies Creating High Oil Prices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:21 min | Last month

Sen. Josh Hawley Points to Biden Policies Creating High Oil Prices

"And he goes on to point out correctly that the Biden administration canceled Keystone pipeline, halted oil and gas leases and drilling permits. They have had a regulatory assault on the energy industry. And I think it's because they want to wreck America. What other explanation could there be? But thankfully, you don't need to hear me say it. We have a powerful U.S. senator who is one of the real warriors of our country. Fighting on behalf of the American people. Listen to this. And here's what your president did when he first came to office. He immediately reentered the Paris climate accord. He canceled the Keystone pipeline. He halted leasing programs in Anwar. He issued a 60 day halt on all new oil and gas leases and drilling permits on federal lands and waters that's nationwide that accounts by the way for 25% of U.S. oil production. He directed federal agencies to eliminate all supports for fossil fuels. He imposed new regulations on oil and gas and methane emissions. Those were all just in the first few days. Are you telling me that's had no effect on our energy supply?

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Energy Secretary Granholm: Biden Policies Didn't Affect Gas Prices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | Last month

Energy Secretary Granholm: Biden Policies Didn't Affect Gas Prices

"Josh hawley is a listener to the text my pillow text line just pointed out. Josh hawley was one of only 11 who didn't agree with sending $40 billion of our money, taxpayer money to Ukraine. The texture says he's great. We need more like him. Listen to senator hawley confronting this mealy mouth wishy washy, non committal energy secretary because after all, one would think that when people are looking at maybe $6 a gallon for gas, they got to deflect blame. And the record high gas prices have to be anybody's fault, but theirs listen to this exchange. And I'm sure you've seen the reporting this morning that now triple-A is projecting that gas prices will hit a national average average of $6 a gallon by the month of August, is this acceptable to you? No, it is not. And you can thank the activity of Vladimir Putin for invading Ukraine and pulling a oh, nonsense. With all due respect, madam secretary, that's utter nonsense. In January of 2021, the average gas price in my state was $2 and 7 cents. 8 months later, 8 months later, long before Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine, that price was up over 30%, and it has been going up consistently since. What are you doing to reverse this administration's policies that are drawing down our own supply of energy in this country that are throttling oil and gas production in the United States of America? What are you doing about it? Sir, it is not administration policies that have affected supply and demand. How can you say

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Sen. Josh Hawley Fights Energy Secretary Over Rising Gas Prices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:37 min | Last month

Sen. Josh Hawley Fights Energy Secretary Over Rising Gas Prices

"The energy secretary, Jennifer grantham, tried to claim that none of the Democrat policies have contributed to the gas price crisis we're in. None of the Biden policy she claimed had anything to do with the price of gasoline. You got to hear this. This is classic stuff. And this is why I love somebody like senator Josh hawley. A fighter, a bruiser, he's sharp elbow, takes no prisoners. He's the kind of warrior we're going to need if we have a chance of saving our country. Listen to this exchange between senator Josh hawley and the energy secretary yesterday on Capitol Hill. Coming out of COVID. So what explains the increase between January and August? Coming out of COVID coming out of COVID, there was an increase in demand because people were driving again. When there was no demand, the prices dropped. That is a basic law of economics. The price is dropping. I have to say, madam secretary with all due respect, your answers are insulting. And they are insulting to the people of Missouri who are looking for action. Now, you said two months ago, your department was on war footing. What are you doing to bring down the price of gasoline, which has been going up consistently since you took office? The price of gasoline is derived from the price of oil, the price of oil is at a $110 a barrel. What are you doing? Sir, if you could let me finish.

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Is Biden Preparing to Give Sovereignty of America to the WHO?

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:40 min | Last month

Is Biden Preparing to Give Sovereignty of America to the WHO?

"Show. Folks, welcome back. I'm talking to dean. Michelle bachman used to be congresswoman Michelle bachmann now. Michelle bachmann, you're the dean of the Robertson school of government at regent university. What we're talking about is obviously unconstitutional, unprecedented. And most people living their lives just can't believe that the people in leadership that they've elected theoretically could be so profoundly ignorant or just evil that they would turn the nation over to strangers to bad actors to people like the head of WHO, it seems impossible are senators like, you know, the good guys out there, Josh hawley and company, there's a number of senators and congressmen, Jim Jordan, who I would expect would be on this. Do you have any sense of any of them are talking about this? These are very good guys, but in their defense, I think a lot of them have no idea. We're all blindsided by this. It's not easy to get to them quite honestly. They've got a phalanx of staff in front of them. And the staff knows everything. The staff and these congressional Senate offices, most of them are 25 years old and know everything. And so it's tough to penetrate that wall that surrounds a member of Congress. But nonetheless, we have to try. We have to do everything that we can. I know senator Rick Scott, I spoke with his chief of staff, senator from Florida. And spoke to him, sent him information. Rick Scott tweeted over the weekend that he is in opposition to the who taking sovereignty over the U.S.. So it starting to penetrate. But that's not a big deal that Rick Scott, we would expect he would be opposed to somebody taking over sovereignty of the U.S.. We would expect anybody who's not an idiot or a communist to be opposed to this. So big deal, the question is, what does Rick Scott and his fellow senators going to do about it? I mean, that's a little bit. And again, what they have to do is they have to kick and scream and they need to throw a tantrum on the Senate floor in the house, floor and say, look, you're not getting another vote out of us. We're not even going to vote. Until you withdraw those amendments, you bring those amendments here in the House floor and the Senate floor. We're going to take a look at them. We're going to tell the American people what they say. And that's what people need to do. Read these amendments. A lot of what the amendments do is scratch out the right of the U.S. to have our unilateral authority. Instead, that authority is given over to the director

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"josh k" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

03:48 min | 9 months ago

"josh k" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"Like i always have this Ahead on that's like one of my research projects right. Now that i'm working on it out on bill and soon we'll be and given that the spotlight it deserves but everything we me right now just about expressing myself so expects brushing as important and then i'll be looking for are we looking for that daily fit. Look book i mean. I always joke about my fashion. Sense is just a beard glasses and a call heart shirt and especially thankful look like those interest looking like a character to get allergies. Say that same thing. I don't change the oh he put me on tonight and now the a long time ago like us talking about later. He wanted to be like a special like he went. He's like a cartoon character but sometimes have the special events like cartoons and stuff like you have special l. So you believe what kinda like enough meeting. Definitely code have yes. And that's the thing is a signature thing. Like when i was living in like a whole corporate america life i used to like they would have certain days. We were dealing with the strike so people would wear red on fridays because they wanted to show unity. I would wear black friday. Because i gotta be gotta be anti ship and i started doing this thing where i remember seeing certain artists and i'm always one of those people who observes artists observes the creative types while being in the space but observing as well. I'm like why is this person. Doing this person is very simplistic like manner clothing. And i started like implementing. Something like that like okay. I'm only going to wear burgundy for this This season. I want to go the cartoon only going to wear. I wanna go to wear black for for this time. And i won't point. This is ridiculous. And i don't have pictures and i won't show pictures because i don't take choose. I do take veges. But there was a period where actually had hair and i had like a wall mustache and had like mustache rags. Turtleneck's all the time villain away villanueva feel similar like a couple months ago like in like early. This year leaves early necessarily end. Lash you all my hair off telling. i'm just had like a really really low one. I felt like. I just felt like the sleazy go play but look i was really going for. I was just going for like being like looking like the complete opposite. I all know like sometimes it's just fun to be a persona but disliked own dressing a certain way trying to express something even if you're not yet we for like dress out dress way out. Just be myself. But you know i would own. The world's is version of trolling with. I see that with flying with bad. Bunny does sometimes like oh..

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"josh k" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

05:44 min | 10 months ago

"josh k" Discussed on Everyonecast

"Makes them ever blocks so wait. You actually use giant legos. So there's a company called the ever blog and they decided to make these giant legos that are like printed or molded. they actually don't know who their target audiences they're selling the mainly companies showing the How built cubicles there a marketing at his house. Hacking maybe have a giant loft apartments anti floor. Plan to take these legos. You can redesign the rooms to whatever's wherever you want the even have modular like doors that are full very kind of a maybe a japanese taipa simplistic door system. That's a really cool solution and not have to worry about tearing down walls or anything. I mean it's not perfect. Because then i'm sure you don't really get the soundproofing or are things like that. That would increase privacy. But i mean it looks like a very easy way to do. Things absolutely had these legos. insolation between the barriers. You've acoustic panels. There's a lot of review. Do a modular options. I printed out and the benefit of lake ever watched us down again. We're not Walk is being able to take them with you. Say decided to become how soccer. And you're gonna use these over thirty years. Theoretically they shouldn't deteriorate or having issues that if you need to re size rooms so if you wanna have one giant space and the next day just redesign you can The cost now. I think i've calculated it would be thousands of dollars instead of hundreds if you just go to home depot and you're trying to divide a room you can really just measure everything out. Go to home depot. Lowe's a bunch of hubei wars. You can ask in the store hating at these down to x. y. z. whatever size. they'll handle that for you on top to my voters even both those together again online. You can get a guy to do this. It should just take a day. You can apply some kind of barrier And just the would cost allowing media. Couple hundred dollars. You can get a fully framed door which again you'll have a door that locks and now you taking something like an open living room and you can have a floor-to-ceiling Divider walls and lakhdar. When i first moved to downtown dallas. I actually only had a curtain. So when i was meeting a my future roommate i fully explain the situation. I basically showed him that he would have bedroom with lock door. I had to trust a little bits. I installed I just use some three ama- kotex installed them along. It has a ceiling mounted affords ealing her draped and basically just had them running along this entire area. I think i had maybe two solid ones. You could probably have some free standing rack. That can hold up a curtain or some basic divider right behind him set up just to have some feeling that there was actually a wall. But i didn't. Let's not having a wall at arear to get started on the process. As soon as i had my talent we signed a lease. He gave me a deposit. Gave me first month's rent and now you can actually ask for me additional monthly rent or like last month's rent if you want sometimes just having that that money that can fuel the construction costs any relations. You need to do down the road so he spent all your money. I'm the robbery. The influx of what happens when you sign a lease. You're gonna have a big payday right. That's true yeah that's a. That's a few different creative ideas to think about especially the the ever blocks one. I never even heard of those but glad. I learned about that. In case i Ever need them. I guess but Yeah and i feel like there might need opportunity for somebody to create like a blocked showroom. I think originally approached them. Maybe like four years ago out. Maybe purchasing three five thousand dollars where that walks basically being the first lingo home media may in the news and acting at showroom so that other virus could kind of see what the final product looks like when it's fully utilized jones. I heard back but there definitely is an opportunity if somebody wanted to go that route not justify the product but maybe even partner with the brand and get some kind of a affiliate commission when people see the lehto home and to make same purchase. You probably get some portion of the sales and would be very lucrative arrangement. Yeah glad we added in that last. Bit grow your cash dot com. I will put a link and the description and with that. It's time to say goodbye..

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"josh k" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

02:44 min | 10 months ago

"josh k" Discussed on Everyonecast

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"josh k" Discussed on The World at Large

The World at Large

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"josh k" Discussed on The World at Large

"They don't really they're sick of cleaning up trash because look we need to make our revenue and if there's constantly trash on our bed is how are we supposed to do that? Right? So that that's what's going on. But anyways, we're going to move over California now and California has decided to pass a new executive order in which they want to get rid of the sale of gas. Powered cars by the year 2035 official statement released today from the governor's office Governor Gavin Newsom obviously is the governor said that we need a more clean energy. We need to stop polluting. The environment pollution is not good and true kind of, you know clarify this this is not just Banning gas powered cars in general. This is Banning the sales of them starting in twenty thirty five pounds. So you you can still have them you just can't sell anymore. And so he said again Newsome said this and I quote not everybody is going to join hands on this but one thing I know this is a trend line that will become a headline across the rest of the world. We are not just going to be the back of the bus. We are going to be leading. Once again, we're going to be driving its accelerated change so often do some a set of disorders necessary as transportation is responsible for over half of the carbon emissions inside of California. And this is this is debated if is a coach True, but I'm just trying to push this environmental agenda in by 2035. He's trying to enforce this and these carbon emissions have been a real issue among the voter base in California. So this is something that's likely going to be popular of getting rid of gas sale cars, but this is not stop the Trump Administration and the Republican party in general from could not a little bit of criticism on Governors. They said that you thought just stopped a private business or selling cars itself the job of government to intervene. How dare the government step is dirty. Boot inside of my business. Stop us from selling cars, which are my cars to sell new some you are infringing on my rights. And so they said that they also said it's not going to make much of a difference the driver stopping you're not banded gas cars. Anyways, you're just ban a Salesman by 23% What's that going to do? People are still going to be using gas cars and what they'll do is just refurbish them. If you really insist on just shutting shutting it down, you know, people just come to your house and build it for you if they need to like there's a game. Rolls around this Republican party saying is this really necessary. In fact, the Trump Administration is opened up a lawsuit against Governor Newsome to try to counter this but we'll see where that goes most federal law suits and State Governor suing president which happens a lot in President Trump's doing State Governors usually doesn't doesn't get anywhere a bunch of politicking. Yeah a lot of politicking. But anyways, this is a little bit less politics. In fact, this is a little bit of humorous story cuz we're going to move over to Australia and New Zealand humorous to my nationalistic New Zealand friends. Yes, it's quite expensive according to the flag person that will get you in a second. But anyways, yeah and the Australian state of South Wales, which is where the city of Sydney is located, you know, the famous Sydney the beautiful city in Australia the Opera House house Bridge. Yeah, it's all there in Sydney. They decided that they want to make a mistake and which this is regarding this mistake is regarding the flag of New Zealand. So what's wrong with the flag? Well, it's designed was a little dog..

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"josh k" Discussed on The World at Large

The World at Large

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"josh k" Discussed on The World at Large

"A lot of tension in Europe laugh is yelling at Cypress a lot of problems with immigration the usual problems for Europeans and their tiny countries. Unlike the United States giant. Yeah it is. Anyways, we're gonna talk about trash now cuz I know yourself off I'm kidding. I feel really bad now. It's okay. I'm sorry because massive amounts of trash. I'm not just me have rolled up on the shores of Honduras in a tourist city of Obama. So what is Obama? Why don't we talk about Ammo affirmative action was a sparkling Mediterranean City with that crystal clear blue water. So if you people are on the other side of the ocean in Europe and Asia Africa, you guys don't know the Caribbean like us Americans do it's the only place that a lot of Americans God. We know it for its sparkling beautiful Waters beautiful as far the eye can see with see right whites. And yeah, it's it's supposed to be beautiful city and there's trash everywhere and where did this trash come from? Guatemala came from Guatemala this trash flowed to Honduras from Guatemala, which has anger the authorities local authorities and Hunters wonder why is there a bunch of try? Like they wake up the next day. There's a bunch of trash just sitting here on the shores of omoa. Are you kidding me Josh? What were you doing in Guatemala? But I just I'm sorry no more so cold here. So yep. Official statement from the environment Ministry and Honduras release will this statement regarding the trash? They said quote we are committed to clearing our beaches and keeping them clean. But today we are demanding that authorities in Tegucigalpa. And I'm going to stop Google for a minute two examples the capital of Honduras and consume quo take strong actions actions to find a permanent solution to this problem this wave of trash which came from the mud bath River really surprised Us in even though it caused problems. It has not stopped our activities. So especially in the coronavirus pandemic tourism is the industry's kind of struggling in general. And so the touring package are there they don't like they let's go in the water but there's a bunch of trash. It's they don't find it comfortable. They're paying for this vacation. Why would I want to sit and trash so you're not seeing people going to a lower right. Now. This is really saying this is just cause a lot of it. Not a lot of tensions Honduras. The central government is not directly angry at Guatemala. I mean, they're not like we're going to declare war on you over your trash. But there's just kind of annoyed. They're like, why you gotta clean up? Okay, dude, it's my neighbor leaves their trash on my yard. I'm kind of invade though. Yeah, baby to just wipe them how long it's so yeah, the Guatemalan Authority says that the cause of this was Heavy Rain from the river that I said earlier The Mont agua River. Hope I'm pronouncing that right but Faith at River. They said it flooded and then the trash has carried over to the shores of all MOA was not our fault. It's the rain man. It's the rain is what my neighbor said. Yeah and so odd, that's really interesting because the environmental environmental Ministry and Honduras is just quite annoyed by this..

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"josh k" Discussed on The World at Large

The World at Large

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"josh k" Discussed on The World at Large

"Our podcast. Hello everybody and welcome to another episode of The World At Large today. We have a very special segment called Josh sits here and tells me about the world and today he's gone. Tell me about the EU. Yes, the EU European Union. Let me just say in that segment sounds amazing. So I say we just have it for twenty minutes is anyways, the European Union has decided that they're going to propose a new contract to deal with the Asylum Seekers and the refugees from the Middle East and Africa. So in that might sound good not be like, oh, yeah, let's let's deal with these refugees. They need to be taken care of in the European Union could not agree more fact, all the diplomats got together in Brussels, you know has another little fun in the their European capital. And talking about how this is going to happen and well, why.

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"josh k" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"josh k" Discussed on Everyonecast

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"josh k" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"josh k" Discussed on Everyonecast

"That the FED always makes statements point to the CPI saying oh look inflation is down and we have to increase it, but I mean, maybe that's just something to kind of appease the lame an even though they have all these sport complex reasonings that they're not really putting out there. Well, they can't jack up rates, you know home at the end of the day if inflation did creep up and you did Jack up rates and then they're going to create a recession, you know, then it becomes political, you know, and then I unfortunately there is like this this human bias too in which you know, if you've ever noticed like we do have more expand like the period of expansion is always longer than the period of bust down the and overall rationale for that is because people like expansions rather than like bus, even though theoretically you need both in order to be able to moderate and economic cycle what panics are also usually allows her just because people panic yeah panics are think are due to a fundamental issue. But an extra sharper because people panic I don't know how to I meant to say I meant to say Corrections or sharper because people panic psychologically. Yeah, there's a lot of there's a lot of psychology. It's difficult to be able to assess why things happen the way they do, you know, and that's why they really say that, you know the market of an animal their their own animals their own be sometimes they feed into themselves like with all this high-frequency trading going on bubbles appreciate faster than they should because it starts filling in all these algorithms which they they feed into it, you know, all this or the lowest go lower like when we had the flash crash in 2010 that was literally created by just high-frequency trading. You know, now that they have all these these these brakes that are put into place to to basically stop that. Yeah. I don't know we just Who knows man? Like I think realistically the biggest concern which which I think is becoming people talking about more investor Community is people are talking about climate change, you know, see the rise of something called ESG guidance, you know, which is environmental social governance..

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"josh k" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"josh k" Discussed on Everyonecast

"I mean ideally wish you should actually be able to see how many of those they have their, you know, like and in order to be able do that requires huge it investment requires huge Logistics and Supply operations like but they weren't doing that because they have dog. My interest rate bill that they were just basically just paying the interest and they were dealing with cutting expenses rather than reinvesting in themselves. Like I read a really in-depth report on them in which they said that they weren't even doing high dusting so high dusting is basically literally this idea that you know, every couple of months. You should clean the top of of fans or or lights in your store. And the reason why is because if you don't every now and then a large clump of dust will fall off the light and down onto the floor which is which is crazy like you as a customer if you walk into a store like that you're not going to want that so they were cutting high dusting, you know, they were cutting janitorial expenses. They were just cutting to the Bone and if you cut too much because you have such a high interest burn off and then you start losing your customer, you know, and so they obviously I mean everyone talks about Amazon that you know Amazon dick. It's hard to compete with Amazon, but but there are examples of brick-and-mortar retailers that were able to compete with a month. Because they were keeping they were reinvesting in their business and they were keeping up with with the competitors, you know, a good example would be again. This is pretty covid-19. Other competitors within there and when you were talking about corporate day you were talking about how these low interest rates have made the debt more affordable. But with covideo going do you think covid-19 or punishing to these companies because they were so levered. Yes. So Leverage is Leverage is a dual edged sword suck. What what leverage I'm going to give you a rundown of an lbl..

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"josh k" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"josh k" Discussed on Everyonecast

"They would rather incur Investment Banking fees or underwriting fees and restructuring phone number. Is because no one wants to have an actual credit loss, you know what I mean? So so unfortunately what happens is that yeah, you will see companies that are built either have negative ebitda, which means that they're not generating any probs. So you have what's called negative leverage leverages debt over Eva. Or you'll have just companies that are you know hundred times that deep. Because they're even dies so low and so those companies in or out you know, they're being propped Along by just loose credit standards and the idea that things are going to turn around. So yeah hundred percent freak over there is there's a lot of froth in it's the job markets and people are very speculative that is kind of crazy. And I wonder if these zombie companies will continue to exist as long as rates continue to be so low. It's definitely a thought. I think one one interesting thing that's happened is that unfortunately covid-19 is just such a disrupter in the sense that it's LED certain businesses to have to deal with zero Revenue log. so, you know the biggest sectors that are being hit are our brick-and-mortar retail our our Leisure, you know, which would be like hotels or or cruise lines and it's interesting because there is this overall idea that even if they get through covid-19 Have their backlog and you divide the two and I forgot Boeing and Airbus would have multiple multiple years of backlogs Revenue indicating that you know, it would take me this many years to get through the contracts they had in place. So everything's up in the air. But yeah, I think one hundred percent for certain businesses that are not dealing with zero revenues coming in there. There's definitely the ideal life, you know yields are going to be interested in going to be low for so long that they will be propped up. But yeah, I mean there's there's a Tipping Point, you know, like the one of Altima like one of the interesting credit ratios that people look at is off the interest and you know, the magic numbers one and four low for this is for lower much, you know, poor distressed companies, but if you if the events generate can't even cover your interest expense then Something's Gotta Give Your going to start under investing in your business. You're not going to be able keep up with the times, you know, and and that's happened with them. Industries, I've I've focused on a lot especially as a lot of his distressed retail and it just through happenstance, but you know, you had like classic companies like Toys R Us. You know Toys R Us was acquired in a leveraged buyout. They had a lot of debt on their balance sheet. And so rather than it really investing into their core operations rather than you know, I'm sure they had a good clean website rather than making sure that cuz even with even with having websites not enough, you know, you need to be able to have What's called the omnichannel experience and what you need to be able to see like if I click on a certain store and I want to buy a toy I want to ideally they should have a good Logistics..

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"josh k" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"josh k" Discussed on Everyonecast

"Yeah all all Insurance businesses actually are also hospital called institutional investors, which means that they have on top of their side business on top of their main business. They have a side business which is investment income. So I wonder how much of their actual income is their investment income versus is higher. It's actually a good portion of their business and actually in It's actually kind of funny because like down here for for the company. I work for the investment income from an insurance operations perspective. We were effectively at break-even but virtually all over the money that we made last fiscal year was from the investment income that Limit that actually makes a lot of sense because then you can you can charge people lower premiums. I'm guessing exactly and yeah, it gets it gets competitive. I'm sure amongst different Company's trying to get the lowest premium and that's that helps them do that helps offset know a hundred percent. I think you're right. The investment income is invest in businesses. It's both it could help with with competitiveness for the insurance operations to be able charge a lower premium. Correct? So you also have a lot of experience with bad credit from Bad companies right? Have you ever seen some credit? That was so bad where you kind of like were baffled and you're like, hey Steve, look how bad this company looks and like just you guys chuckled in amusement park. Yeah, I think you know one of the interesting things that just developed over the past ten years post. The great financial crisis is just the investment might offer of private Equity firms. So, you know, basically after the great financial crisis you had you had the institution of you know, the Dodd-Frank rule which which which is essentially separated created a walk again between investment banking and and Commercial Banking operations in which you know, if your Bank of America or JPMorgan you can no longer do what's called proprietary-trading. Which means that you cannot speculate in the markets and extend yourself and also came with it leveraged lending guidance, which basically said that as a bank, you can't underwrite a deal in which it's more than six times levered or that it won't be able to pay off..

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"josh k" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"josh k" Discussed on Everyonecast

"I'm sorry about that. I didn't mean to make like any wage. Options no, no worries. Most people do but yeah now we got we got the puppy and we're just getting him potty trained and getting them used to the new the place a new surroundings and teaching him, you know all the commands. That's as I mean to get insight into my life right now, like I'm working from home actually. It's crazy like through this pandemic. I've actually changed jobs both was in the same company but changed jobs on the puppy deferred the wedding shoving. How does that work changing jobs in your company? Yeah, so it's funny because I technically interviewed for the job in February off an internal role. So to give you a little bit of background on me, I work in finance. I graduated about nine years ago during the first, you know, Global financial crisis dead. And with a degree in economics and you know kind of bounced around from different jobs, and I really learned, you know, cut my teeth within the industry when I landed at a rating agency and worked there for about three and half years where I specialized in something called High Yield Corporate debt. And so that game that gave me the background of what's called just general credit analysis, which what it is, you know in layman's terms is really it's just determining the likelihood of that company defaulting or filing for bankruptcy defaulting is the technical term for saying that, you know, all companies issue debt, and if you don't make an interest payment or if you don't make a principal payment principles to actual, you know piece of the loan that's due interest is interest then we consider that as a fault so so I did that for off for a while then it went to an insurance company and I specialized in a very esoteric form of insurance which pays out if a company evolved bankruptcy. And again, this is all very happy old high yield is another way of saying just very distressed corporates some crappy companies. Yeah bad companies, but but then from there I basically just pivoted to A different role within the company we're basically because you know, it's a large insurance company. And so they you know, they have all these different policies the primarily a property-casualty insurer so often they on top of managing the insurance business in which you know, they want to hopefully collect more premium than pay out claims, which is the general operations. They have a they side business where they basically invest the premiums that they aren't and so that's that's that's an investment fund and so a credit analyst position opened up within that fund the schools that have a nice very transferable. So I interviewed for that and in February, I interviewed a lot of people and I got the job in March and I was actually supposed to transition earlier in March of this year. But but due to the pandemic I was really needed in my current in my former role where I had to you know, help navigate the you know help out the team. Navigate through the price especially during the most earlier early terms The Early times in March and April were literally no one knew what was happening. But yeah, I've been in that role since May and so now I cover very high grade companies because the insurance companies essentially have a mandate where they can't invest in in low-yield stuff. You can see my dog in the background their home. Hi, doggie. What's what's his name his or her nango? Oh. Mangos are a Delicious Fruit. Yeah, but it's also Indian like we wanted to go with something cute. But yeah, he's just he's just a walk-in teddy bear. That's really what he is. He's a miniature poodle. He looks very much like a teddy bear for sure. Yeah. So do most insurance companies actually invest their the premium. Yeah..

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"josh k" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"josh k" Discussed on Everyonecast

"This is a show where you get to be. The star will make a great episode together. No matter how boring or awkward you feel. The best part is that it's all done remotely. So participating is really easy you have to do is contact us at everyone cast.com and you can have your own episode on this show. Let's begin. I'm Anthony salvato and this is Josh Sinha. Hey, what's going on? Well, first of all, you know, thanks for having me on your podcast glad to I think it's really cool experience. You've never done anything like this before but you know, I think you know the past year has been kind of crazy. I think you know in May 2019. I got engaged down and up to basically March of this year. I thought we were going to get married. This was to have a big big, you know, like four hundred people wedding, but you know coronavirus came along. I think it's interesting. You know, I've been living in New York City through it all I think one interesting thing which happened was no, we hit the surge The Surge happened, you know, my fiancee works in the medical profession. So she had to deal with it on the front line some really scary stuff. To be honest, so, you know this inconvenience of not having a wedding. It's not it's a small price to pay given what's going on but through all of it, you know what I mean? We both lived in, you know at the time separate Apartments now, we're moving into an apartment together in the East Village of New York City. So right now just you know, my mom has a mass because I'm just unpacking everything but the good news is that we did get a puppy. So that's been a huge distraction for everything. But yeah, that's what's going on right now that does sound crazy having to do a nursing job in the midst of all this she's not in her she's a doctor. But yeah my mistake for some reason I don't know why I like from a past conversation. We had I thought it was like a nursing thing. I don't know. But yeah, okay..

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"josh k" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"josh k" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I'm Josh K. KTAR news and whether right now one of six and Sunday low this evening seventy seven tomorrow bright sunshine and one oh wait with a low of eighty one on Monday a high of one oh nine weather brought to you by Howard air weather replace or repair call Howard air I'm Jim Brinson on Arizona's new station KTAR news at Macy's we've opened most of our stores and are welcoming our friends and family back with a special offer get an extra thirty percent off with your coupon Macy's card and fifty percent off beauty or update your home and your closet with specials like an all class seven piece cookware set only two ninety nine ninety nine sixty percent off all down pillows and summer staple like polos shorts for just nineteen ninety nine now at macys savings off regular and sale prices exclusions apply hi this is Jay Farner CEO of rocket mortgage making the right financial decisions has never been more important we can help guide you to those right decisions now when they matter most mortgage rates are near historic lows so when you call eight three three eight rocket or visit us at rocket mortgage dot com to start your refinance you'll be well on your way to saving money every month the rate today on our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is three point three seven five percent APR three point five nine percent right now could be a great time for you to take some positive financial steps forward with a cash out refinance from rocket mortgage which could give you the boost that you're looking for in addition we may be able to help you refinance.

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"josh k" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"josh k" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Josh K. KTAR news bear with me for the valley tonight clear skies sixty degrees tomorrow sunny and warmer ninety three look for high of ninety seven on Thursday ninety eight Friday hundred on Saturday weather brought to you by Howard air weather replace or repair call Howard air seventy degrees in Sun City I'm Julie the van on Arizona's new station KTAR news hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans and rocket mortgage during these challenging times our commitment to providing you with the best mortgage experience remains we understand that hardships may arise and we're prepared to help mortgage rates remain near historic lows if you think that now is the right time to refinance your mortgage or home loan experts are available to help twenty four hours a day seven days a week at rocket mortgage dot com call for cost information conditions equal housing lender license in all fifty states in M. L. S. consumer access dot org number thirty three geico gets you access to licensed agents twenty four seven which means the geico was always there for you if only everyone was always there for you like your wife when you forget your keys at work my texts I am looking for the spare house key maybe I can get through the window turns out the alarm works wow it works you should probably call me back always there for you with savings and twenty four seven access to licensed agents I am Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans and rocket mortgage during these challenging times our commitment to providing you with the best mortgage experience remains we understand that hardships may arise and we're prepared to help mortgage rates remain near historic lows if you think that now is the right time to refinance your mortgage or home loan experts are available to help twenty four hours a day seven days a week at rocket mortgage dot com call for cost information conditions equal housing lender license in all fifty states in M. L. S. consumer access dot org number thirty three Hey it's Mike Broomhead you know there's a silver lining to every dark cloud in right now what we see with the stock market is the dark cloud the silver lining is interest rates have never ever been lower if you're looking to refi.

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"josh k" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"josh k" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"And love that..

"josh k" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

06:42 min | 2 years ago

"josh k" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Then like I like the I kind of like the bigger thing that really I felt like was like making me move somewhere was out the polar express. I did like the motion capture with Tom. Hanks Robert Zemeckis and all of this as a ten year old. I was playing like the boy in so like that. Experience for me was it. Was I think at that time? I really could grasp the luck and the everything associated with being able to work with these people but looking back on it like it was so formative. It was such a highly technical movie too. I would imagine so much is about sort of precision. Yes and no I mean there are things about had very precise but as a as the actual performance goes and like what you're able to do you had freedom to move the freedom to do anything and so in that way it was actually very non restrictive even because they didn't have a physical camera they literally just built a set like a like our shit in the middle of a sound stage and then like it was almost like directed like a play. Kind of how you move through the you could like do anything. You'd have to worry about where the cameras were at all so there's a lot of freedom in that but for me. That was a huge huge learning experience. Just to be around. That high level of a filmmakers is like so formative and gave me such a base of love of of a set in of like the crew in the team in in loving seeing how this whole thing worked Robertson megacycles insane like as a ten year old so that to me was like the thing I think that maybe like start to really get it. You know what I mean. Yeah Yeah I did Yogi. Bear Three D. Okay I didn't. I didn't have a lot of movement Josh. I didn't have a lot of freedom here and go yogi. Why did I sure did yoga? So I WANNA do some dealbreakers. I can ask you some questions. I okay you can say pass at any time okay. What is your favorite ice cream flavor? I like ice cream. You don't like ice cream right. Do you have a frozen treat that you like? I like frozen frozen bananas dipped in chocolate. Oh yeah that's good. Nice that's nuts. I give give or take if it has nuts on it and I wanted. I'll eat it now. Your Diet is intriguing to me. You Love Madrid so I assume you eat Yemen right. Actually I don't eat meat. You need learning meet Prescott -tarian my girlfriend fish. So what's your favorite like style of cuisine Japanese richer? Yeah I love Sushi. I love the flavors of Japanese cuisine. It's it's I would eat Sushi every meal of the day including seventeen breakfast if I could. I was going to ask you what the first thing you're going to do after this after we're allowed is going to be going to a Sushi restaurant. Do you have a favorite one. My barometer for like Sushi that I will eat is so low. I will eat like gas station. Sushi if I eat any kind of Sushi. So I'll go anywhere all right. What was your favorite toy? As a child I loved legos. Lagos and Lincoln logs but truthfully like as a kid in Kentucky. It was always about your bike and your friends and you would like to go in the summertime. That was the greatest thing. You just go on. Endless bike rides in the neighborhoods and have fun like freedom. It's like I think back to that. And just see this warm like Hot Kentucky. Air and like these. Like band of like totally. Imagine you guys like jumping off a train trellis into like honestly. It wasn't quite stand by me but it was it was it was in that world. Did you ever want to stop acting? I did I did I was. I had a point when I was sixteen at Sixteen hours a very difficult kid for a while. Why Do you think I was rebelling against everything? I was very rebellious kid and I think that partially you know. My parents always tried to raise me and my brother with this idea of mutual respect and all this stuff but I think that there was something about me having so many constraints on my life being like a working child from nine to sixteen that I just wanted like I want to normalcy. I started to be sad about missing like being a normal teenager. A normal kid and so at that point I went back to Kentucky and I was GonNa quit acting and I stopped for like one semester of high school and went into high school for one semester. After having already made movies and been like famous in my town and whatnot and it was like acting in living. That life is so much better than what I had experienced. I'm not I'm so lucky. And I'm an asshole for thinking kicking a gift horse in the mouth like what was hell Asia's about it. If I thought that my life was structured and too much responsibility of working as an actor going to high school was so much more structured and so much more pressure and responsibility than I felt as being actor onset like. That's that's like how I don't know how I don't know how teenagers do it. And I applaud anyone who finished high school even those who tried it to me. It's it's it's crazy Josh. You're so right Michael. My partner has a sixteen year old daughter. She'd be so thrilled to meet you. Do you think Margot wants to come down? Oh yeah because she's going through all this stuff and it's intense to watch college social pressure. There's so much and I love what you were saying earlier about social media but yeah how did fame affect your social standing like did it make things easier or harder because I never saw another version? I don't know what each individual's experience was. I mean for me it had its positives negatives you know there was some bullying from kids. Who were you know beliefs? And then you know there were some like ass kissing from those people who like you know. Saw the famous some of they should kiss up to in a way but it was just it was weird. It was weird it was I needed to do it. And I'm really really grateful that I did I'm really thankful to. My parents supported that the need of discovery at that age but I'm very happy that I get back. Tactic though is a very short lived. So did you miss like I don't know. Did you romanticize like prom or or like camp? Or I've got a great story about actually the so so when I was. I think I sixteen around that same time and I am. I've been considering Kentucky and I really wanted to go prom. Had A girlfriend at the time and she was also home. Schooled were sixteen years old which is weird and so there was a group that was doing a home school prom and so we literally went and we did a homeschool prom event. One like the kids rented a limo and so all the kids got in and we drove and it was literally in the basement of a church crazy.

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