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"khun ad" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

05:03 min | Last week

"khun ad" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Yeah, it's interesting. So every single year there's new contract documents that come out and they could just be revised documents or they can eliminate that, Khun Ad Tio, but in July of 2019 they have eliminated the contingency addendum. Hey, And you know, I kind of was happy that the real estate commission made that move because the contingency addendum was protecting a buyer should their personal home fall through. They then came back out on the seller and still get back. What's called the earnest money, which typically the earnest money is kind of the larger of the two amounts and it you know, really wasn't fair to sellers. I mean, I had this happened when my cellars last year. It was the week of closing. The buyer for our listing had to back out because their buyer backed out on them. And the only person that was really left financially and distress was my cellar because they had their home off the market for a certain period of time. The only money they were able to keep was due diligence money, which was minimal. It was the earnest money that was a lot more significant, you know, and it was kind of a domino effect. Everyone was getting back their money except for my cellar, so I'm kind of happy or I am happy. I feel like it's it's fair that they did away with that addendum. But you know it's interesting because I have seen some offers recently with a contingent addendum in it. Some agents air having an attorney draft an addendum, which can always be done that is protecting their clients. So you know it's really understanding the overall situation whether or not it makes sense when representing the seller to accept a contingency, But you're right, Walter. In today's market within the Tory being so low, most cellars or not, in a position that they have to accept a contingency, you know, why will they take their home off the market just waiting around for their buyer, Tio either sell or close on their home. And risk Maybe not closing on. You know, they're they're actual personal home, So a contingency definitely can be a little risky. And you know, there's a lot of factors to take into consideration. If you know someone is presented an offer with a contingent cell ident. Um that's a great point. And I think it's being watched as they've become more popular or less popular over time. This kind of this battle of You know, can contingencies have a place or are they pretty much eliminated from the marketplace well and win a seller's market. It's going to be less comment, right the balls in the cellars course. So you know, it's going to be less common once we, You know. Eventually, if we shift more and back into a buyer's market, I bet it will come about a lot more. Very cool. All right, one last term to get two for sellers. Important terms to know if you're selling a home in the near future, and this is the seller's consultation, and this is actually a really important part of the process. Of course, this is where Angie and her team really step in to help you, But I remember my cellars consultation visit with your team and Jian. It's Ah, It's an exciting time and it's a really important time to really ask the right questions and Really get to know you and your team or the agent that you're going to be working with. This is this is a big one. Yeah, so with a seller's consultation, or we also call those listing presentations or consultations. You know, it's a time for us to meet with you as being the cellar and just really go through our processes. You know, explain to you why we should be your goatee. Why we should be the agent to represent you because we're confident in our abilities to sell your home quickly and make you top dollar. So during our listing a presentation we tell you About herself and about our team set up, Give you a couple of stats. There we go through our marketing plan really into detail we, then we'll chat about comparables that proceed. She we talk about how showings will operate. We talk about try to close process. But you know, we're giving you all of this information. So you feel comfortable with understanding how this process would kind of come about. You know, understanding all the steps and you know it's one of those discussions that we don't expect you to remember everything you know, But just feeling a little bit more confident with what's about to take place is really important as a cellar because you know, even if you sold home 10 times, every state's different, right. So you need to make sure that you understand how the contract works here in North Carolina. Judges understanding everything that our team will do in regards to marketing to make you top dollar. So if you are thinking about selling your home most cellars, they first want to get an idea of what their home is worth in today's market, which I can appreciate that and completely understand which For most areas. We're seeing some wonderful appreciation. So if you are thinking about selling your home and you want to get an idea of what your home is worth in today's market, just text the word listing to the phone number 555 88 and from there, we will respond back with attacks. Make sure that you click that link. You input your address, And from there, we'll give you an idea of what your home is worth. So once again if you're thinking about selling your home and you want to get an idea of what your home is worth in today's market, just text the word listing to the phone number by five. Eight. That's all you have to do. It starts with the text.

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"khun ad" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

05:15 min | Last week

"khun ad" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"So you're taking a shot on? He was a player and he still well, I mean, I mean, listen, it's got here's that here's the one thing I'll say like For course of wants not to be the starting quarterback in 2022 mean mean what you want to be doing. We're projecting that he gets injured. He did get injured last year during the regular season. So in the 2021 season for him, not to be the starter in 2022 he would more or less have to be hurt The next two seasons and Jalen Hurts, comes in and shows that he's a better quarterback, and I don't see that I don't see I do not see that happening course. And once it's not going to come in and struggle to where you're like he sucks. We don't want to be the quarterback anymore, would have to be Charlie injury about it all. It's not like you're getting ready for that membership man like letting go. Yes, sir. But But but But like just to be fair about it, he's his play isn't going to suffer to where you don't want him because of his play. It would have to be strictly injury based on how can you project him being injured for the next two years? No, we can't could project that No one can know He's been healthy. Two of the four years he's been in the league. It's straight on through any show Annular season, he got over the hump. I mean, I think a lot of people put that Seattle game ornament. It is what it is with that, But you know, he proved that he can play completely yet. He did. All right. So what do you think about Jack and Ben? We've been asking today is the anniversary of Jack's starting as the one year anniversary. Jack. Starting is our producer. What do you think of the show now? Compared to then we weren't talking to you a year ago. Scott, you're kind of a new caller. Yeah. I mean, I was always, you know, listener and again during your this epidemic, I figured Hey, if we're going to go to, you know, go to heck in a hand basket. I might as well get if you Ah, get a few licks in. But Ben was always great. You guys have beat that show on the radio. And you know, to hear Jack learned from from a good guy to know. He moved on to bigger and better things in New York. Jax. Great man. I mean, the way he fills in the way he likes the stones on some of your callers, and when you guys sound board the drops and everything I think he's got a big future at the station. But he's gotta wait. Just like jail and hurt. You gotta wait in the wings. Ladies time in a few years, and we are going to say that I'm not here. About 2022. Like, you know, Julie, I was going to move that Dallas tried with Elliot. It's like that time dry show down there. All right, Scott. Three. She ate it man, Scott Delko. Although a Newark Newark caller would have to be considered among the top callers on our show. He's a great texture. I'd say the number one Texter Ah, all he loved the text line. He's a great a great text. Very, very witty humor, right? Like Sometimes you're surprised when the caller Khun Ad some willingness to a conversation. Yes, usually not the most witty but but Scott works it into the text. He does Scott Delko, certainly atop color, angry owl, Although he doesn't call with the frequency that some of these other callers do right. He has to be considered tea in Collegeville certainly is a is a frequent caller on the marks and re show he has to be considered. We could pry make 16 right? Easy. We did like about who and what you do is you have 16 and then we found a way to eliminate six of them. How many do we need? Limited, But you're not both have separate teams. You're 16 versus John 60 No, I was not much for the Venice of the fantasy again what we also we also need spots. It's going to be tough to make everybody happy, right? That's the way of the world. You can't make everybody everybody happy, right? Can't make everybody happy. I got the big summer sales event, 40% off all Windows and doors. Call 877 Go. Gotta visit. Gogi idea dot com. Let me touch his thing on on Carson, right? Um and Marqise Goodwin. Opting out. I know, um Elliott and wrote an article also on the website today about the potential bringing in someone else. I'm okay, not bringing it in bringing in someone else right now. I want to see with these young guys look like now they get to training camp. Obviously, we're not going to see what they look like. So when I say I want to see what they look like that's basically through. The eyes of the coaches and through the eyes of Howie Roseman, so if they feel like They don't have guys picking up the offense, understanding the rolls in the offense or being able to fulfill The role that they thought they would be able to have them for field. Then I could see how we hitting the waiver wire sin of somebody gets released. And it is said if you can find a veteran, they could come in and fit right and who doesn't need a ton of preparation time. But What the Eagles have and again this is what part of my expectations of temper We know all season. You're likely I'm about to give you your What could be your likely starting Receiver's opening day. Sean Jackson and his provided nobody gets injured and try again. D Jack. Greg Ward.

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"khun ad" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:23 min | Last week

"khun ad" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"As the MBA is investigating, he was there to get his own way. Lou will goes to Magic City so much that they named a wing after him. Ah flavor, a combination. It looks like a lemon pepper and barbecue. Hey, man, you find a good wing. You gotta go back now. I hope to have a sandwich named after me. One day. I think we all aspire to that. Chris Black. The black What would be on the black? Listen, I'm a big fan of Cuban sandwiches. Okay? If it could be some variation of a Cuban, that would be fantastic. You know, because some bustard and the pickles and ham and pork like your you can't have that can tell you it is sold in the cheese. Oh, and it's like pressed Having lived with you for six years and are in the past. I would say that it would be a Cuban sandwich with teriyaki on it. What do you mean Teriyaki bowl of teriyaki that was brewing Accused Ariake like ketchup. I don't want you doing wings. They're served with your choice of french fries or onion rings. Substitution czar. Additional $2 Premium side is additional $5. Andi, you can call order ahead. I've got the bottle menu here. If you want to know how much bottles are and all that kind of stuff, So here's my question. You can do all of that. Why? Why did he put himself at risk and go into the establishment instead of just doing pickup? You would think that Shouldn't he have just ordered ahead? Picked it up when you moved on with his. I have if you if you have a wing named after any item on the menu named after you, right? Any Any any item on the menu. You think that you would have the ability to call ahead and be like, Hey, I'm pulling up to the parking lot. Could you bring me out some wings? Yeah. Could you bring me out, But we don't even have the form probably named after you write. I would. I would not think I would think so. I would think you would have some form of credit. At Magic City for certain things because, like wings of all the flats, all the flats. And all the drumsticks. A lot of wings are mean. 10 days quarantine And we get back to the Jamal Adam's football conversation. They also have if you want. There's more than just wings. They have. They also have steak and burgers. Get the big boy burger not named after big boy feel I That would be also they have a turkey burger for those trying, Tio watch. They're a figure If you want to have a bunch of salads. They've chicken salad they have in a possible Berg have a beyond burger. Okay. Beyond Burger, they're not impossible. They're beyond have a black bean burger, if you want is well for the vegetarians have a lot of seafood. You get a salmon. You could get a sloppy or a white fish. You can get a catfish nuggets. You can get shrimp. You could get it from case Adela. Sounds great. You get a fish and shrimp salad. You can get a lobster tail on one side for 30 American dollars. I'm hungry. Now. 30 American dollars. Their sides include broccoli, french fries, fried okra, sauteed spinach venture, a vegetable medley, a yellow rice house salad, onion ring, sweet potato fries or a premium side of baked potato. I never trust the vid veggie medley, because what I'm getting Well, it's gonna be all broccoli is going to be those weird cut up carrots. Well, you're right. And that's the thing Is that like it's the carrots, not like chunks or like a stripper care. It's got that weird wave and you're going to slip a cauliflower there because I don't want cauliflower in there. I don't want that. Okay. When we get back to football now are Are we still investigating fan? They have a chicken wrap for $12. I thought you were talking about the music. No, I know you like rats. I do You have a seat. Okay? Someone is which someone on twitch sent me the wrong menu. They said they didn't have waffles. They do indeed have chicken and waffles for 15 American dollars. Okay, There you go. This is fantastic. I'm glad we figured that. You know me you love chicken wise love, chicken and waffles. That's that's my number one meal. Chicken on top of waffles, syrup, little hot sauce. Oh, I eat today. So Jamal Adams. Yeah, Yes, among that, too. It answer your question. Especially with a position like safety. Not worth it. I don't think so. Because I okay if you look at the different positions on football field, you want your quarterback to be a high level player. Hopefully someone on the defensive line to be a high level elite player. And as you go through the rankings of what is important when you're building a football team down the line down the list would be safety like you don't have tohave, an elite safety. So have a great team. So like if you have to pay a player As like one of the top 10 players in the NFL, which Tamara Adams might be. It's no knock on him personally, like I think he's a hell of a player. He's gonna help the Seahawks to improve that defense. I wouldn't want necessarily pay for that. For my team. If I was building for the future, rather spend the allocation of the resource is on other parts of the defense. Other parts of the offense so getting to first round picks back for a player like that. I think is a no brainer for the Jets. I think it's fantastic for the Jets. Yes, Adams may help the Seahawks and he's a very good good to great player. I like those two first round picks coming back. I think that's that stellar for the Judds. I think it's a good move for the Jets. I also think it's a good move for the Seahawk. I think if you are in position, like the Bears were in position To get Khalil Mack with two first round picks. Now I understand that Khalil Mack is a much more impactful player, then Jamal atoms like the defensive line. What Khalil Mack does is 1000 times more impactful than which meant Adam does. But if you're in a position where you're confident if you have the quarterback position short up, we know that with them, we know they have a good and decent offense. We know they have a decent defense if you're in a position Toe. Add a key piece like Gemma Adams, and you feel that it's worth it. And you feel that like, Hey, we're this player away. From being a championship caliber team were playoff team. We're a good playoff team. We're going to be in the playoffs. We're a good team. We could probably make a run. But if this player Khun Ad and Bring us a championship. Then I think it's worth it. Okay, so attendee. Each show Tyler sends out a listed run down to our bosses. So for this segment, do you think that we talked enough? Actual sports in this segment is to make the run down that we talked Germans and football or say. For nine minutes. Blackened Abdullah talked about the menu at Magic City. Hold on Atlanta. The strip club on what do you think? What do you think? What do you think Tyler's going to put down for the rundown? Well, he put down, blacking up Dollar talked football in Jamal Adams and give Sportstalk takes or will he write down? They wasted time looking at the menu for Magic City on.

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"khun ad" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:54 min | Last week

"khun ad" Discussed on WTVN

"Fox design build remodelers, and they've got Steve Dempsey with me, Steve. Thanks for being here this morning. Love it. And July usually means pretty hot weather here in Ohio Very hot, very hot. Of mosquitoes. He rescues humanity. Of course, our outdoor spaces never attract any mosquitoes right now. They're mosquito free calls and sweat free. Yeah. And as soon as we get that engineered will let her know we're working on it. So You're talking during the break. Steve about a client who came to you and they're talking about is a front porch back porch, his front porch on porches and he's preparing for next year. Yeah, he's he's He's like, Yeah, we're figuring. While it's really busy, so I figure we'll get everything figured out now and And we'll get the start things in the spring and I said, Well, that's right on par. Your timing is good. You wait too long. You wouldn't wonder. Yeah, I know a lot of people, especially in society today, an Amazon where you get what you're the next day or the same day. You know, we don't like to wait for stuff but big things we will wait for and I don't know that anybody likes waiting six months or eight months for something, but Especially an investment in your home, which is kind of a lifetime investment. And once you do that from that equity is working for you over the years. It's worth taking the time that you need To do that. And I just realized that in silence my phone Okay, so I got to do not disturb on there. And I just remember. Take that off. You get in trouble. S o investing money in homes. Is really a plus. Sure you get some initial depreciation from that. But once That's happens, then its appreciation after that, correct. Yeah, yeah. I mean, when you're when you're investing in your home, you're doing this kind of work on your house. So when I tell him, where is this going to be worth it? Well, if you're going to stay in your home for a long time, it's the values actually there, you know that's the value so the financial body is growing. But more importantly, the personal use value is really what it's all about. That's right. I mean, Yeah, if you're gonna If you get something you're goingto you want to enjoy it. You know if I'm going to pay for likes a car Number of driving for five years to join. I won't pay for some for five years and not enjoy it. So you know, that's kind of the idea is that you really gotta enjoy it. But cars depreciating asset your homes typically and appreciate so, folks, if you're thinking about outdoor space, which you probably are right now in the summertime. And you're thinking, Oh my gosh. It's too late to do something this year. But actually, it's not. It's not too late to start planning, and that's really what people need to be doing. That's correct. So you need to call us here Day Fox Desire Builder modelers and get your name. In the hopper there, and we'd love to work with anybody thinking about doing that. Quite frankly, we're really good at it, aren't we? Steve? We're really good. We're really good at it enough, so we'll make you happy. Okay, so If you were going to do an outdoor project right now, what would it be on your own home? My own home? Ivory done on my own for project did. Okay, Well, actually tell us what you did. Well, I actually have a screen porch. Have a nice till Dec. And outdoor patio area in a fire pit. That's what my outdoor areas but I am actually planning a second phase to it, which would be a hot tub, something my wife's always really wanted to grant her her wish. At some point how long you had this screen porch? I've had the screen porch for about seven years now. And how do you feel about the use? You're getting out of that eye? Absolutely love it. Really? I can't tell people enough. How much A screen porch is a great space. I mean, yes, you can have your son rooms or kind of four season room's really kind of edition with screen porch allows you a space we'd go out sit in the fresh air. Keep the bugs off of you, You know, Put TV's in them now that take a very little space these days. Lighting could be fun, and you can have him right off of an existing living space. So if you put in the right door system, if you like to open up the windows in your home, it's great. Then we use ours really kind of as 1/3 space. Okay for off of our kitchen and dining area, So there's only what what span of months to use that. Basically, I mean, we really use ours really assumes it's about 50 degrees Air A higher, okay. I mean, well stood out there with blankets and hats on and watch TV and it just is great. We love it, And we like that outdoor air. It's just right. Then we take it all the way into. Ah. Late fall, you know would get going in. Further into the cold weather. We just like, you know the blankets and stuff. Yeah. I understand myself. I've never lived in a home with a screen porch. You know, we've built a ton of them on houses and it's I think it's the best thing to do. You know, I really dio on. I recommend him to anyone or murder. If they can't do it, figure out how to put that on my house. It's this. It's the spot with you, especially if you like to just like watch. Football game and you want to be outside. That's where it kind of like Lin eyes and porch areas. And if you don't want to screen porch, just try it. Just a regular outdoor porch area we can have. You can sit outside in the rain. It's raining outside and sit there watching TV, Maybe a fireplace stuff like that. Okay, So what are we getting calls for now, In terms outdoor areas, What's what's the hot Outdoor typically get is mostly right now. It's kind of, uh, porches, three season rooms, screen porches. It's mostly like people are seeing a lot more What I dream violin eyes now area where this really can't connect the main part of the house. It's really kind of Ah, Lower lower porch. We're actually you could walk out onto the top is well out of the bottom. Ah, lot times you seem, You know, Google Search TEM times, you'll see fireplaces. And them kitchen areas for dining, but it's all open air. The best part is all protected. It's like an oversized porch. In most cases, there's the second floor of the top of it, so it's kind of way. Really, Yeah. Cana's You mentioned it's kind of expanding your living space that more options that and a lot of times with these spaces. You khun Ad heating systems heating has come a long.

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"khun ad" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:03 min | Last week

"khun ad" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The Jets in New York today did ship him to Seattle for two first round picks 1/3 round pick safety Bradley MacDougal. They also get 1/4 round pick the Jets in exchange for Jamal Adams. Oh, he is. He is now Seahawk. Jonathan. That's that's a huge loss for the Jets defense. It's a big game for the Seahawks. But obviously the price was rather high to obtain Jamal Adams. The old days of the Legion of Boom. Maybe we get leading the boom two point. Oh, maybe that's starting because Adam's can be a cornerstone. For the Seattle franchise. The defense has not been as stellar as it once was. Maybe Adam's Khun Ad to a renaissance for Seattle's De Brady Henderson does a terrific job covering the Seahawks for ESPN. He joins us on that shell Pennzoil Performance line. So Brady I mean, let's just talk about right up front. I know it was expensive, giving up two first round picks 1/3 round, picking a player. Right now, just on paper. How much better does Jamal Adam's make that Seahawks defense? Well, quite a bit better, and Jonathan said it Legion of Boom. Two point. Oh, I was actually You know, texting with with an NFL talent evaluator a week or so ago, and this this person was curious about you know the Seahawks interest in Adam's and how far they might go and I ask them. I know how good how good is he and how good would he make that defence and he said the same thing, he said, you know, if if Dunbar is there, assuming Quinton Dunbar is there his status is a little bit up in here right now. But if you add Adam's done group with Dunbar quandary, Diggs killed Griffin. Thiss town later said that would be the best secondary in the NFL. Any added Legion of Boom two point. Oh, so that's the upside that you're talking about with this trade, and, you know the downside is you mentioned just everything they gave up. And, you know, two first round picks and then some on DH. That's the type of compensation that that tells me that this is not a short term rental the way that Sheldon Richardson wass In 2017 when they just had it for that one year or the way Jadeveon Clowney was for that matter last year when they give up, I think a similar amount of draft capital for what turned out to be one year out of him. You give up two first round picks for a guy you're probably going to pay him. And we all know the type of deal that Jamal Adams is looking for so very expensive in two ways, but also a lot of upside with this with this trade for a defence that, frankly He's a nephew Jin of blue chip talent. Freddy, you tweeted or believe you wrote a column recently talking about Russell Wilson and him, saying that he'd like to have some new infusion of new blood on the Seattle roster. How much weight does Russell Wilson's voice carrying the organization's faras his opinion on how to make the Seahawks better? Yeah, that's a great point there, too. And Russell is a guy from what I understand who Is very not only vocal in terms of, you know, saying what he said. I think it was at the Pro Bowl, he said. No, he advocated for the sea. Octo add quote superstars this offseason, but he does that quite a bit behind the scenes to and advocates for certain players. Greg Olsen, being one of them Antonio Brown. He's advocated for him behind the scenes as well as Josh Gordon. So Russell is a guy who lets it be known in the organization. You know what types of movies he would like them to make, and they're not always going to be feasible. They're not always going to do that. But I do think that carries at least some wait. Andi, I think at the end of the day, you know you owe it to Russell Wilson to Ah, Well, keep your best player happy to send agree that that doesn't mean signing every guy that he wants. And to sign because it's just not realistic, especially when his contract is taking up the amount of cap space that it is. But I do think that that's another element to this is you gotta wonder about how how you know what Russell Wilson what his outlook is with that franchise, or what? His confidence that franchise Long term with their inability to get past the divisional round the playoffs ever since they made their second trip to the Super Bowl. And I think this is one move that if nothing else, it's going to make the quarterback happy. And I think that should count for something. You talk with Brady Henderson, our Seahawks reporter on Dickerson and Hood. It's ESPN radio, the ESPN app. You mentioned Brady that you don't think this is going to be like a short term rental here with Jamal Adams, where the Seahawks in terms of The ability to get a long term deal done with him potentially during the season, and they have the cap flexibility to get to make that happen. Well, they are. They are kind of tied up against the cap right now. Just because they're a team that likes to give it Don't leave itself. Some little room. Um and you know there's other there we could get a week's salary cap space and all that, but You know, they think this straight actually, in the short term, I believe it actually freeze up some caps basis because they said what they were going Toto Brandon McDougall, who is the veteran safety that they give up, So I think that the takeaway that we've seen in the past with the Richardsons deal that I mentioned On other deals went around. They can always they can always find the space if they really need to, But it does get a little bit complicated for this team, just based on how top heavy Their structure already is. I mentioned Russell Wilson's contract before Patrick Holmes got his deal Hey was possible was the highest paid player in the other film. They're also paying Bobby Wagner the highest paid, you know, off the ball linebacker at $18 million so That's one reason why you know as much as much. You know, talking. We heard about the potentially being intangible Adams. I did not think it was all that likely just because of what they're already paying to the top guys on the roster and what they would have to pay him. But here they are, and again, the fact that they're giving up what they're giving up for him. That tells me that they see him as a long term. Guy on their team, and they're just gonna have to find a way financially to make it work. Ready when we like it. The Pete Carroll era for the Seattle Seahawks. The one thing that I keep looking at what this team is, is that I don't see rust. I don't see a team that is toward the end. I think that Russell Wilson continues to keep this team viable. But when you look at This administration for Pete Carroll. What are your thoughts on the future of the team? Yeah, This is his deal takes place today. But what do you see for the future for the Seahawks to you? Is there a Super Bowl That's coming again for Seattle anytime soon. Based on the roster composition? Well, I think it's a lot better now than it was five hours ago before this trade was made, because I I think there was anybody who looked at that defense there. Look at that team. Would tell you that that defense is is still a pretty big question, Mark. I mean, that was, I think somewhat quietly one of the worst defensive seasons. They've had underpay Carol and, you know, pass Rush was the big issue there, But it would be on that. Frankly, it was You know, it was a lot of things. There wasn't just the pass rush. And now I think Jamal Adams at a certain level of legitimacy to the defense, and I think another component to it is, you know you could talk about what brings on the field, but He is a from another executive..

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"khun ad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:11 min | 2 weeks ago

"khun ad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Word poetry to TV and how she moves to the industry as a black woman challenging just about all of the industry's expectations of her. And also how we both grew up in a costume. It's a fun one. All right, Enjoy. Before we dig into all your recent current work, I do want to say we have one big thing in common. That excites me way both shave our heads. How did I have a thing You were going to say something that's changed in me and because you know here you can see that my hands grow. Grow down. How long is it now? It's now It's like ah, maybe an inch or two. Now It's still really sure I started growing in October. I have two for another part. I love saving my hair shaving it myself. Don't feel good. It feels great. It always simply It is, And that one is like a chance to appreciate this part of your body that you don't think about enough. Like when I shaved my head. I touched my head and I feel it and I might know it's nice. You like it? Yes, I'm with you on but also it's like a It cuts out so much time and fucks over. I mean, you just get rid of that thing, and then it's like you have another half an hour to see something else. Like Reed. You know Lisa meditation do some yoga. And your hair will always look great because you have any Yes, Yes, well and like I almost see it as this metaphor for your career and for your work, like so much of the work of yours that I have been consuming. It is this process of you metaphorically shaving your head and unburdening yourself from all of the pressures. That we place on women like you in a business like this one. And like when I see you and chewing gum when I see you in black earth rise, and when I see you and other stuff you have shaved Your performers head of what we expect you to be. And I think I think that's why people love it so much. Yes, I wanted whether I think you're right. I think I actually this is the third time I've saved my head of shaved my head for a few times. I I like to try and it's a bit like transparency when you shave your head off, right? You last You want people to see your mind without the dressing. Ah, On DH. Yeah, it could be said that That's what I strive to Dio. Maybe with every Character. The character is already transparent that you Khun Ad in your layers, your anxiety as an actor on two things and I try Try to avoid doing that to let the writer's intentions comfort, I think on chewing gum She was so raw and messy and unrefined, and in many ways that is me because if I Pretend to know everything. I'm not going to learn anything. I have to openly be here. Someone who's trying to learn openly confessing. You know, I don't know. Everything emotionally shaved, initially shaves. Intellectually shaves. Which role has been your most transparent in that emotional away that you mentioned. The most transparent, good. That's very hard. I don't know. I mean, I probably would have to say Chewing gum because I wrote it. There is a transparency in that I do want to talk a bit about doing actually was watching a bit of your new show before I came in here for the interview and a colleague. I saw your face on the screen. He just yelled chewing up. Yes, sir. Yes, Yes, Okay, But okay, so that show it is a loud, vibrant comedy all about a sexually repressed. Young black Christian girl in London who decides against the will of her holy roller mother and sister to have a sexual awakening. Hilarity ensues. That's so goods. Oh, right that, cos I can I tell people when they ask me what things they're about, Just going through anything. You're listening to. It's been a minute from NPR. I'm Sam Sanders. And we're revisiting my chat from last year with actress and writer Makayla Cole. She's talking about her British sitcom chewing gum. Listeners. Parents especially be advised McHale is about to sing me a song. About sex parts. What I love about your character. Tracy in the show is that She is. Physically. Grown up having the physical and sexual urges of an adult. But she is emotionally stunted, in part because of my upbringing in her severe churchy upbringing. She wasn't allowed to think about our express sexuality until like she decides she has to. And so you end up with this woman trying to be a woman, but she's still in many ways. It feels like a girl and it is expressed in these Wonderfully comedic moments like there's this song, your character sayings, Tracy say and using my tongue, What will he It's a world of adventure. It's a world of adventure. Will I smile? Well, I scorn when my husband man has been like it doesn't know which, like ring or what they do to my man brain. Oh, yeah. I was going to say we're going to have my producer play the tape of that. But you did it for you. I'll do it. I could even harmonize play. I'll bring it so it was so I played that same probably about three or four times. Yes, yeah, that how much You know the whole crux of like the characters motivating motivation for everything is that she was raised in this holy roller house and wasn't able to, like, learn how to be a sexual being. And then she goes about Deciding to figure that out. Where you race churchy you were charging for a little while, right? Yeah. I wasn't raised churches so afraid I wasn't very shortly I became Chucky. When I was 18 I became a Christian. Really? How did that happen? I mean, I dropped out of college..

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"khun ad" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:39 min | 2 weeks ago

"khun ad" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Be having a kind of 63 gets too intense and then Square blood. Schools in this encore chat McHale and I talk about chewing gum and how she went from spoken word poetry to TV and how she moves to the industry as a black woman challenging just about all of the industry's expectations of her. And also how we both grew up in a costume. It's fun. One. Alright, enjoy. Before we dig into all your recent current work. I do want to say we have one. Big thing in common. That excites me way both shave our heads. How did I have a thing You were going to say something that's changed in me and because you know here, you can see that my hands. How long is it now? It's like ah, maybe an inch or two because I was still really sure. I started growing in October. I have Tio another part. I love shaving my hair shaving it myself. Don't feel good. It feels great. It always simply it is And like one. It's like a chance to appreciate this part of your body that you don't think about enough. Like when I shaved my head. I touched my head. I feel it and I'm like, No, It's nice. Yeah, I like it. Yes, I'm with you, and also it's like it cuts out so much time and fussed over. I mean, you just get rid of that thing, and then it's like you have another half an hour to do something else. Like Reed. You know, it's a meditation do some yoga. And your hair will always look great because you have any And like, I almost see it as this metaphor for your career and for your work, like so much of the work of yours that I have been consuming It is this process of you metaphorically shaving your head and unburdening yourself from all of the pressures. That we place on women like you in a business like this one. And like when I see you and chewing gum when I see you in black earth rise When I see you and other stuff you have shaved your performers. Head of what we expect. You two be, and even I think that's why people love it so much. Yes, I wanted whether I think you're right. I think I actually this is the third time I've saved my head of Saint Michael Afew times. I I like to try and it's a bit like transparency when you show your head off, right? You last You want people to see your mind without the dressing. Ah, And yeah, it could be sent. That's what I strive to Dio. Maybe with every Character. The character is already transparent that you Khun Ad in your layers, your anxiety as an actor on two things and I try Try to avoid doing that to let the writer's intentions comfort, I think on chewing gum She was so raw and messy and unrefined, and in many ways that is me because if I Pretend to know everything. I'm not gonna learn anything. I have to openly be here. Someone who is trying to learn openly confessing. You know, I don't know everything emotionally shaved, emotionally shaves. Intellectually shaves. Which role has been your most transparent in that emotional away that you mentioned. The most transparent God, That's very hard. I don't know. I mean, I probably would have to say Chewing gum because I wrote here there is a transparency in that I do want to talk a bit about doing actually was watching a bit of your new show before I came in here for the interview and a colleague. I saw your face on the screen. He just yelled chewing up. Yes, Yes, Yes, Okay, But okay, so that show it is allowed vibrant comedy all about a sexually repressed Young black Christian girl in London who decides against the will of her holy roller mother and sister to have a sexual awakening. Hilarity ensues. That's so good that I cannot tell him and they all say what things their value in just three minutes. You're listening to. It's been a minute from NPR. I'm Sam Sanders. And we're revisiting my chat from last year with actress and writer Makayla Cole. She's talking about her British sitcom chewing gum. Listeners. Parents especially be advised McHale is about to sing me a song. About sex parts. What I love about your character. Tracy in the show is that She is physically. Grown up having the physical and sexual urges of an adult. But she is emotionally stunted, in part because of not bringing in her severe churchy upbringing. She wasn't allowed to think about our express sexuality until like she decides she has to. And so you end up with this woman trying to be a woman, but she's still in many ways feels like a girl and it is expressed in these Wonderfully comedic moments like there's this song, your character sayings, Tracy and using my toe, What will he It's a world of adventure. It's a world of adventure. Will I smile? Well, I scorn when my Huffman has been dry like the desert Owen like reading or what you do to my man brain. Oh, yeah. He's going to say my producer play the tape of that. But you did it for I could even harmonize play. I'll bring it was so I play. That's probably about three or four times. Yes, that how much You know, the whole crux of like the characters motivating motivation for everything is that she was raised in this holy roller house and wasn't able to, like, learn how to be a sexual being. And then she goes about deciding to figure that out. Where you race churchy. You were charging for a little while, right? Yeah. I wasn't raised churches so afraid I wasn't very shortly I became churchy. When I was 18 I became a Christian. Really have that happen. I mean, I dropped out of college I dropped out of uni is we are not dropping out of things on I met a girl. He was a dancer on I kind of just started following this girl because You know, when you drop out, you kind of just looking for things to do on DH..

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"khun ad" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

07:16 min | 2 weeks ago

"khun ad" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Safari. We are back with Marty Nevel of SmartMoney Solutions. We're going to talk for a one cake because I know Marty talked about in the last segment. He doesn't turn people away. You know, there's some clients that have that set him out like 500,000. Marty doesn't do that, he said. If it's someone with 100 you know, he's probably going to help you get Mohr. That's the key. And he's got the right strategies and, of course for a one K If you're still working as one of those when you get that quarterly accounts statement on your for one K, if your eyes glide glaze over like I do on anything like that, or if you need to go to the lab at a local college to use their microscope to redefine print, we're going to help you translate. Marty is at least offer some tips on how to maximize what for many is the key retirement tool. A lot of people think Marty. What choices do I have? And do they even matter? Is that true? Well, yes, In a lot of cases they do, and a lot depends on how old you are. It depends on how close you are to retirement. And there's a lot of factors that go into that. And unfortunately with a 401 k. You don't get much help from the 41 k administrator. They're generally not there to give you advice or help you understand? You've got to do your own job. Diligence in your own research. Tio find out more about the specific funds that they offer at the 41 K company. And it depends on what company you're with me Fidelity. Are you with Wells Fargo? Are you with Voya? So there's so many different companies out there that offer for one case services that you he really have to do your own. You know, you might have target dated funds. So you know for 2020 2030 2040 2050 again. It depends on how old you are and how far away you are from retirement. You know the farther The longer term, obviously, is the more aggressive funds. So like, for example, on the federal side, they have 2020 2030 2040 2050 funds. And if you're a new employee, while you're obviously going to want to invest in the 2050 funds Because they're a little bit more aggressive there. They have a better mix. But you know, be prepared in a volatile market. You could lose value. But you have the time to recover. Should it should should it happen, You know, but if you're closer to retirement, you want to do 2020 or 2030 Because you don't You don't want to put yourself in the position where the volatile market is going to have an effect. When you're getting ready to walk out the door. You have to ask yourself that question. I ask all the time is how much are you willing to lose? Okay, so that's that was going to be my next question is how much control do you have over your risk level? I mean, because you know more about for one case that I do. I haven't had that much experience with 401 K actually, And I just always assumed they were kind of cookie cutter. But is that not the case Can you do have some say in your risk? Well, yes, Some companies offer hundreds of different funds to choose from in there For one k, you know, others offer a dozen. The federal government offers 55 choices Choices. Five whole choices. And and one of those five choices is like a money market where you could put just put the money. It's safe. It's Ziggy Fund. It's safe. It's secure. You're not gonna lose any money. You're not going to make much because I think it's only paying. Ah, pointing 1/4 right now. So you're not going to make much but you're not gonna lose any, You know, in a volatile market and a majority of the employees that federal employees always put it in the G fund because they're concerned, they don't want to lose what they've been contributing. But again, there's there's you're not going to get much advice from the administrator or from the floor one k company because they're not They're not there to give you advice. They don't want to be your financial advisor. Aren't they usually tell you when you're retiring? When you're getting close to retirement, or even when you're 59 a half, which is when you can start moving your money out, Take your money and go somewhere else because they're not making enough. To make it worth their effort to really provide you with advisory services. Take your money and go to Marty. Yes, Take your money and let's let's sit down and have a conversation about it and see what we can put together for you Those choices you said the federal government over all five of them reminds me of the menu on my cousin Vinny of the restaurant. The menu was breakfast, lunch and dinner. But now let me ask you this. You've got the choices and it sounds like with federal options that your choice can determine your risk. Can you start with one and 10 years later? Reduce your risk, A little so transferred over to another. Sure you know you can you know, for example, with the federal government, there's an international fund. There's a small cap fund. There's a large cap fun, so there's a whole host of different funds that you can choose from. Ah, but yes, you know, depending again, it depends on your age. If you're younger, you know you should be a little bit more aggressive, you know, keep contributing, always be contributing. You could be. You could afford to be a little bit more aggressive because again, you have the time to recover. But if you're getting close if you're within five or even 10 years of retirement That's the time to be a little bit on more on the conservative sight because you don't have the time to recover if you're going to retire within the next five or 10 years, right, you you know you want to do a mix in a match, but you also want to have some safeguards in there. And once you had 59 a half, and you decide, Okay, I've had enough. You want to move your money and put it into something safe? You know that's where I would come in and put it into a you know, a safe guarantee Lifetime income plan, So you know what to expect going forward, and that's where the income plan that I'm going to put together for. He's going to come in. So you know, you know what? What's your assets are and how much income you can expect, you know, considering also Social Security. Considering also if you have a pension, so all those things combined. We're going to put together that income plan for you to make sure that you understand and know what to expect going forward, and I'll mention this before we go further with this that Marty can set that plan up for you, and even even before 59 a half Make sure that you've got that You're on the right track because you are getting closer in your fifties. You're getting close to retirement. 888519 90 96 888519 1996. I think you said that human. Most of your clients are Or 55 up there in that financial red zone. Another question that and I know what your answer is going to be to this. The people ask about their 401 K is How much should I invest? Well, maximum. There's limits. You know, there's there's contribution limits on a 401 k right this year for 2020. The contribution limit is 19 5 So you can contribute 1952 year 401 K, and that's obviously done through payroll deduction. So depending on how many times a month you get paid if you get paid weekly or biweekly, you know this is bi weekly is 26 times you, Khun Do the math and the HR department will do that and set it up and it's going to help your taxes because it comes off your income. Pretax on a traditional 401 K. So it comes off of your income Pretax in this way, it reduces your tax liability. If you're over 50. Obviously, there's what they call the ketchup provisions of the Internal Revenue Code. Where you Khun Ad, an additional 6500 To your contributions and your 401 K, So that would be $26,000 for the year 2020 So you can contribute that much, and that's got nothing to do with the if your company also offers a match. That's even better because that's over and above your maximum contribution limits. So I encourage you, especially if your company offers a match in the federal government does offer a match you wantto put in at least the amount.

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"khun ad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:58 min | 2 weeks ago

"khun ad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I thank you so much for sharing that story. And for that, the thing that you know, he thought about the sleepless nights. Thinking about the friendship is something that I deeply relates to so much, And at the hardest point of our friendship. You know, I was always on the verge of writing an e mail like that. I will. You know, I will say that. Tryingto fight for friendship is like 100% work that I think that also being open to the possibility that the other person might not responding the way that we are the way that we want. Is also something to consider. And I think that giving them time to figure that out. It's also you know, it is well within the bounds of the friendship. I think that constantly being able to check in with yourself and with them about This is what I want. Do you want the same thing requires, like extreme generosity from those people, And that is not a social script that I think any of us are usedto deploying in friendships, and that is what makes it harder. And I just want to applaud Andrew for being the one to reach out and extending, you know yourself that way, because it's not easy. It's not easy to say. But like, you know, we haven't been in touch for a long time. But To be the one to say. I actually want to make this friendship work, and I don't want to hang on to, you know, hurt is such a huge first step rather than just spinning out about it alone. Andrew were wishing you a lot of luck. My guests are and Friedman on me not to. So the name of the new book is big friendship. You probably know them for their podcast. Call your girlfriend and what is something you went to couples therapy? You went to therapy to really sort of work on what were some of the roadblocks and difficulties. What was something that came up and that you did not see coming. You're both smart kind ofyou have Ah, the process of looking at our friendship. You know, through this lens of therapy and really trying to do emotional repair, you know, really, really taught me so much about my my own pattern. And it's caught us both a really important lesson, which is that we had had this story that we told ourselves from the early days of our friendship that we were Really very much alike. You know, we're obviously super different in all of these very big ways. But at some fundamental emotional level, we just felt like they were the same. And so when we started reacting to difficulties in our friendship Really different ways that the other person couldn't understand. We were just that is part of how we were missing each other and therapy with a real revelation because it allowed us to kind of say, Wow, Here are the really key ways that we are different and the way we react to conflict differently and the way we process our emotion differently. And it was on ly through that knowledge of how different we really are that we were able to start to come to some understanding about what had happened between us and how we needed to communicate moving forward and so The answer to your question. It was all a surprise missile every single part of it. About for you not to do something that you didn't see coming. Me and I did not think it was Possible. T do something like that at all You know is it feels still very strange and weird to talk about it publicly because it just really seems out there to go to therapy with your friend, you know, but We We were able to do it, and we were frankly, like privileged enough to be right. And I think that that is worth like saying it's like therapy is not something that is accessible to everyone. I think that You know the thing that I keep coming back to was, Oh, so much of the hurt that I experience in French is because I am in dialogue with only myself about something that I think is wrong. And knowing that I can you know, you can just say out loud of the conversation that you were having in your head and fact check with your friends, You know, like emotionally and actually it like what is going on something that will never cease to amaze me. So now you know that I am truly an emotional India. Let's go. Deborah on line two. Who is calling us from Teaneck, New Jersey, Debra? Thank you for calling. Thanks for having me. I just want to give an enormous you no amount of credit, Love and I guess an example to people. I belong to a group of women eight of us where multi racial, multi ethnic, um, who have been celebrating birthdays together for over 50 years. I'm in my seventies now. We started in my twenties, Um some of us were involved with a from under a women's magazine, and we continued that we live further apart now, you know, we used Teo all live on the Lower East side. And then some of us moved to Brooklyn. I'm in New Jersey now, but we keep in touch with them calls and we celebrate. Our birthdays together Every year, we usually clumped them birthdays that air close together. We've sort of adapted our gatherings to make it possible for all of us since we don't live so close. Anymore. Tio see each other on regular occasions, and we make individual days in between that Onda as they said, we do zoom calls to keep in touch. And you know we've been going on for over 50 years and they are as close to me is family and I would dearly love them all and I learn from them all the time. Debra, thank you for sharing that story. It's inspiring to hear how you've kept your friendships up. Stephanie has sent us a message. I think my friendship work because we set boundaries, saying things like I just need to vent right now, or I'm just looking for advice. Letting the other person know what you're hoping for in the moment helps them to be a better friend. That's some really good advice. So one of the things you guys do, and it's some people who follow your podcasts and follow. You may know this theory, but I love the Syrian. I want to share it with more people. It's the shine theory. But tell us about the shine theory and why it is so good for nourishing. A friendship and you want to take the first ass and then I'm going after you. Khun Ad in Sure sign theory has its roots in something that we have often said are to each other in our friendship, which is I don't shine if you don't trying, and it means investing in your friend with the same Joy and fervor that you invest in yourself and really encouraging them to be their best self. Go after the things that they want in life and commit to supporting them along the way, and sharing your own resource is essentially collaborating with them rather than competing against them. Coming out to. How would you say that is has been useful in your friendship with Anne? It's been hugely You're cool and my friendship with Ann and I think that you know part of why it had like taken such a larger significance and other people's lives because We see the really benefit of having a friend invest in you over the long term, you know, and feeling left, lonely and feeling supported in wanting to accomplish. A lot of your goals and building out the life that you want. I think that you know doing doing that, like friends like pulling your resources together and really saying I am here for you, and I want the best for you. And how can I help.

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94WIP Sports Radio

07:59 min | 2 weeks ago

"khun ad" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Graham kill again? They have it in a basic day here. Ava got my computer working to get out when all hope was lost. I paid it there. And then I did Donnelly's begetting Some numbers on this cameo can it's It's a Web site where you could get a famous person to give you a greeting. But you have to pay them and all the numbers of different based on how popular the people are. How somebody directly associated with are show has the lowest amount of anyone that they're asking degree. And we have their actual greed and we're going to play in this hour. And then tomorrow we're going to troll the Helen. But I want to ask you a question. Now it's $2500 to have Caitlyn Jenner greet you. Okay? All right. What would you rather have? A 32nd. Manage a message from Caitlyn Jenner or 32nd message from Ruben Amaro Jr. Take Ruben Amaro Me tone So Ruben would get like three grand. I don't know that you have a really, Renee bring against this is this is another revenue source for the find. Former GM of the Phillies fundraise who is on the line with us right now. Hi robe. Oh, yeah, I'm really that popular and group seriously. We would all prefer like a little greeting The happy birthday song for Reuben amount that Kate Leigh John Sean Payton's $1000 room. You're bigger than him. I'll have to pay you guys I have to pay less in room he is going on today would do with this judge weak and you are getting more love. Today in this city than at any point I can remember. In the seven years you were the GM of the fillies all when you were a player. People see you more fun Lee now than they did when you were here. Have you noticed that yourself? I really haven't. The people have been really good to me. I mean, even over just after I was fired. I mean, I walked around the city and been around the city and people would actually really gracious. I mean, I I know there's a lot of vitriol being thrown out there towards you because we were so bad, but You know that people have been great to me. They really have been great and listen. There's going to be haters away. Society works and I understand that, but I didn't make all the Raiders, but but we had fun while GM I know that Well, Yeah, And I want to tell you I have my own theory on why people embrace you now, Rube Because you gave them great respect Every day of the seven years you have the G M. You answered every question. You never docked anything. You're out that God we would be having arguments about you on the air, and you would call in sometimes agreeing with the criticism. You were very open and accessible with that philosophy come from and why don't more people do it? Well, I came from Philadelphia. I know what it's like to be a filled up the athlete to be criticized. Nobody likes to be criticized, but but I'll take a quick story when I got first got my job. As the GM. I looked at my kids were pretty young at the time, and I said, Listen, guys. They're gonna love Dad for about three or four years. And then after that they're going to hate that. So you know, this is our worst wi I I grow to understand and respect in the fans. I understand the passion of a man. I'm a fan. I mean, I scream and yell on Go crazy in their eagles and choirs games 60 games. You know, there's a passionate that is something that you just cannot match. You're in Philadelphia. You know, you gotta own up to it as a A rising executive with an athlete. It's get own up to it and embrace it. You know, being embraced it. I think you're okay. Guys don't embrace it makes it makes it makes it difficult for room I got all these years. I finally think I have a little better incited to the GM job them before. Cause I always would see a move and then blamed the GM. If it was bad, there's so much more that goes into it. It's the input of the owner. It's the coach of the manager and what he has to say. It's a much harder job than we think it is, isn't it? There's so many different factors that are associated with every single decision that you make there. Some decisions that are, you know, life or death, and none of them are really like in life or death. But And a lot of them don't necessarily will change its trajectory of your franchise. But there are some that you have to, you know, really contemplating a totally different way and have to be You know, you have taken so much information and and I understand that it effects so many different departments in different areas of your franchise. So, yeah, it's a tough job, but it's a fun job and you know it. And I never took that job for granted on remember shipping out on the field at times when I got to the office and take it I cannot believe I run this organization and And it was no dream come true for me and and I really enjoyed it. All right, Rube. You have developed many people. I can ask this, but I can ask you what is more exciting hitting the home run or making a big trade. What a great question. So when you hit a home run, and you are literally on top of the world, there's nobody. You know you've reached the pinnacle in that very moment. A to Major League baseball player is a pretty exciting moment. And particularly if it's a big homerun, where you're But your team ahead. You win the game or something like that. Um I think no Having done both things I think making a big trade. Is even more exciting because of the impact that can have, um, no short term and long term wants so many different people. You know, the home runs only on ly for you right now, but the but the trade is really Makes an impact on your franchise on the fans on so many different people and the people that you're working with who worked so hard to get it because there's so many people are involved in making a trade. It's great. So I gotta say, you're making a big trade. I remember walking into the was the in Arizona when we made the quickly trade and the Players as I walked into the club about steamy, a standing O. That was for me one of the greatest moment in my career. I mean, it was phenomenal because You know, They acknowledged that the work and I think they have a pretty good idea how difficult it is to make a trade and to be able to make that kind of impact. We had a little fun a few weeks ago. When it was announced. I guess he made an official announcement during the pandemic. Felipe Almonte retired right now. He was one of the guys that you traded for who could throw almost 100 miles an hour and never panned out. How hot is it? I mean, I look at a guy like that, and he's knocking down the radar machine. But he doesn't ever translate into games. Is it that hard to find a guy that you know is goingto prosper in the big leagues? The thing that surprised me the most about Felipe Beaumont and not having success was I went to see him after we traded for him. I want the same pitch in reading and he was so dominating. We could cross fire his fastball to the lower quadrant outside part of the plate as good as anybody, like, almost unhittable pitch, I thought to myself, this guy had unhittable stuff. And and, you know, this is the nature of baseball baseball. This is a tough need you Khun ad ability. You can have talent. But if you're not in the right space mentally, ifyou're not developed properly, if you're not in the right place emotionally. You You're not going to get there..

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KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

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"Plus, you can always call us with your home improvement question wants do that right now. At +1888 Money pit Randy in Texas needs some help with some yard work. Tell us what's going on. Yes, ma'am. What I've got. I've got a 30 foot about 15 foot Pressure treated call them back. Back of my house, and we're in the wood has shrank or shrunk. On DH, given me gaps between the turbo six boards of at least fall in there. And I can't You know, I have no way to get him out without taking the deck of which I don't want to do. Is there some way that I can Put some kind of organic matter or something in there, too. Write down the lead, so I don't have sprouts coming up. So you're saying that you have Ah, organic matter. The stuck between the two by six floorboards of the deck and they're they're starting to grow. The deck itself is sitting on a concrete patio. And then I've got to about four words late. Oh, na on edge. And that's when I built the deck down. Oh, so it's basically a wood platform like like a pallet on top of a patio there, go and wonder it's so moist. Well, listen. I mean, that's a real unusual assembly, and there's good reason for for doing it not doing it that way. Because of what you're seeing a lot of moisture issues here. I don't have a good solution for you because it's just Ah, ah, non traditional way to assemble a deck without having I mean I had to be that way. Otherwise it wouldn't match up with the floor would be elevated above the floor. My elevation of the house itself. I've heard putting drama last with that help. I have no idea. No like that might attract some Kurdish. Some ants. Definitely instant stuff. You have a wood. Frame deck that's basically built flat on top of concrete surface. The concrete is going to really moist and damp, which is one of the reasons it's a sort of perfect almost green house like conditions for you to grow. Plants through their one of things that you could do is you could use a product like roundup. Which is a herbicide that will you know once you spread it will stop will kill a lot of things going back right? And you also might want to try spray and forget. Sprained. It also has the ability to stop mold and mildew and like like in an algae, and it may be just enough to stop the growth of whatever's happening between those boards. But you could find that at home center station wide. It's a great product and hasn't sort of residual effect. Now. It's not an instant gratification kind of deal you sprayed on there and you let the sun the wind the rain get to it and very slowly over time, breaks down all of those materials and stops it from coming back. So you're going to have to do something like that and trying to maintain this, But I'm stopping the material from getting in between the cracks that I don't have a solution for you on. Okay. Okay. All right. Thanks. So much for that call. Appreciate your question and good luck with the project. Well, Are you looking for a few extra feet for storage or relaxation? Or maybe for an entertainment centre? Or maybe a guest bed? Well, solution might already be right in your nose and maybe even under your roof. It's a porch. That's right. Porches air, making a big comeback, showing up in a growing number of new construction projects, and they're suitable spaces for much more than an old porch rocker. Now new porches air being equipped with radiant he pals in the flooring. Glare proof mesh instead of traditional screens and other features that not only make them comfortable but fit for year round use. Now, if you've already got a porch, and it's looking a bit worn, there are a lot of new low maintenance materials that you can use. Why shouldn't say the new lot lot of me around for a long time, but there are some new ones. But the nice thing is that they don't need anywhere near the amount of work to take care of then the traditional wood components that most porches have been built out. For example, you couldn't replace your wood porch floors with composites. You can use synthetic railings and spindles, which will need pretty much zero paint to maintain. Just make sure you evaluate that structure under all that porch floor before you remove and replace. You know, the board you're walking on because of the choice are having any issues. You need to deal with the structures first, and we don't want you to work on just the cosmetic stuff, unless you know it is solid and secure. Now, once you're all done with the update, you Khun ad from a growing variety of weather proofing features and appliances like TVs, couches, all these sort of unexpected interior touches. Believe it or not, those things are all also made for outdoor use. You just have to make sure that you find pieces that are made for outdoor use. You don't want to put a regular self outside. You want to find one that's made with sort of Poly propylene materials for the frame and then waterproof materials and foam for the cushions. So look for things that are properly rated for outdoor usage, even electronics, lighting everything, and you could have just a beautifully designed space. He likes the more tips on updating your porch head over the money pit dot com and search porch repair. We've got a couple of great posts unjust that Taylor and Michigan's having issues with the door. What's going on? We were having like some swelling around our doors, and so it sticks when you shut it. And we were wondering if besides standing it if there's anything that you can do to help fix that issue, Well, you've got to really figure out where it's sticking, because that's going to determine how you fix it. So have you kind of figured out is the door leaning and maybe one part is rubbing. Is it at the lock point where you noticing the stick? Yeah, On both of our doors that have the issue. We've noticed it towards top of the door, so that part might be leaning a little bit, I think And have you tighten the screws in the hinges just to see maybe it's sort of loosened in its fitting in the jam itself. Yeah, we have tried that typically of the door's not closing properly. It's not adjusted properly. And you know, the door can only move so many ways. And what we typically find is that if you pay attention to the reveal as the door closes, and you look for uneven this, there is going to signal to you what has to happen So, for example of the doors? Is rubbing on the top. Then, typically, that hinge the opposite hinge has to be set deeper into the jam. So it opens up. Look, you can stand this. You can cut this, but you're better off adjusting the door because invariably it did close properly once and has just moved a little bit. Oh, and that's expected overtone. Yeah, Exactly. Sometimes you can pull a screw out that's going into the jam and replace it with a longer one that reaches through the stud and just by doing that one thing and driving him with like an impact. Rancher drill driver. It will suck that whole jam over and fix the door like with one screw. Okay, that's you need to pay attention to tell her. We did a video for Yale to teach folks how to align the door for smart locks in the same advice. Actually applies. It's called d I y door alignment for smart locks on YouTube. It's also a money pit dot com So just search for the door alignment video in We will walk you through step by step all the different ways you can adjust the door. OK, some great Thank you so much. Andrew and Iowa will clean it for you. Today I have work that was redone with beverage and I'm getting snow in my attic. And I want to make the attics livable space. Uh, kind of redo with drywall on. I don't know if I should kind of redo the venerated or if I can do like spray foam insulation before I do it or kind of what my next step would be. And you're asking a couple of it from questions when we kind of break them down. First of all to stop the snow from coming into your attic. That's a common thing that happens with Ridge Man, so there's a type event called a filter event. It's made by certainty their brand is called air event. That's their website. Air vent dot com and the filter event has like this mesh inside, then let's air passing it out, but stops the snow in the rain from doing the same. So that's just the factor of having the right type of event products..

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The porch makes a comeback

The Money Pit

01:54 min | Last month

The porch makes a comeback

"Looking for a few extra feet for storage or relaxation? Or maybe for an entertainment centre? Or maybe a guest bed? Well, solution might already be right in your nose and maybe even under your roof. It's a porch. That's right. Porches air, making a big comeback, showing up in a growing number of new construction projects, and they're suitable spaces for much more than an old porch rocker. Now new porches air being equipped with radiant he pals in the flooring. Glare proof mesh instead of traditional screens and other features that not only make them comfortable but fit for year round use. Now, if you've already got a porch, and it's looking a bit worn, there are a lot of new low maintenance materials that you can use. Why shouldn't say the new lot lot of me around for a long time, but there are some new ones. But the nice thing is that they don't need anywhere near the amount of work to take care of then the traditional wood components that most porches have been built out. For example, you couldn't replace your wood porch floors with composites. You can use synthetic railings and spindles, which will need pretty much zero paint to maintain. Just make sure you evaluate that structure under all that porch floor before you remove and replace. You know, the board you're walking on because of the choice are having any issues. You need to deal with the structures first, and we don't want you to work on just the cosmetic stuff, unless you know it is solid and secure. Now, once you're all done with the update, you Khun ad from a growing variety of weather proofing features and appliances like TVs, couches, all these sort of unexpected interior touches. Believe it or not, those things are all also made for outdoor use. You just have to make sure that you find pieces that are made for outdoor use. You don't want to put a regular self outside. You want to find one that's made with sort of Poly propylene materials for the frame and then waterproof materials and foam for the cushions. So look for things that are properly rated for outdoor usage, even electronics, lighting everything, and you could have just a beautifully designed space.

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KFI AM 640

09:03 min | Last month

"khun ad" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Two big stories that we're covering today, as you can imagine. Well, actually, the one big story Cove. It is what's happening across the country. Numbers are exploding. Florida is in a mess. Texas is going God awful. L, a County, one of the hot spots. I mean, it's just not good news on Cove it at all. But this is Friday and I started is the nine o'clock hour with a history segment just for fun and let's have fun. As we finished the show and fun is Neil Saavedra and food and drink. But all three in a blender and you've got a foodie Friday. I can't wait. I'm so excited for next Friday. I heard you're doing the history of buggy whip and the VCR And I'm like, man, I can't wait for next Friday. Okay? Great. The history of the wheel. Ah, good Lord Love radio. It is fine. Yeah, you don't You don't. You don't do this on TV. That's for all right? Yeah, Let's start with, you know, let's go into Ah, cocktails because, Oh, I was going to start with the VCR is 64 years old. You know that 64 years old. The buggy whip is interesting because it around for a long time. McGee was actually a variation of the chariot. You're not going to stop. Are you gonna do happen hour of this? I gotta bust those tidy little testicles. But, like, all right, one of the things that Neil does and does very well is cocktails. Neil is a social drinker. If you consider consider being 15 of them within an hour, So now you call me a social drinker. When you've been pitching. This is being a lush the entire morning. Well, it spends on how you define social drinking because you're a cz. You're falling down and blubbering. You're very, very social. I love never seen me falling Dexter, and that's what I will say, you know, And this is one of the reasons why I tell people to follow me on Instagram at Fork reporter. It's sometimes I go live when I've had a couple of belts and it's funny, but I don't always leave them up. It's kind of for the people that are willing Tio pop in and listen on someone more kind of funny and then they go away. So you also have AH, A. It's a live stream of you and your brother actually at a bar drinking. Yes. So my brother Craig and his husband walking, they have a speakeasy in their home. A beautiful just like if you were in New York or downtown l A. You know, you just walk in, and it's a bar. And so he and I on Saturday nights at 9 p.m. Join us this Saturday at nine PM again at Fort Reporter on Instagram. We talked about cocktails. We call it the quarantine cocktail Eso speakeasy. So one of the things that we do talk about is the sweetener because cocktails are really made up of three basic ingredients, and one of them is going to be that sweet element in the sweet element. Khun B. Sugar Khun B. You know, syrups and one of the things that elevate your cocktail is a simple syrup. And you simple syrup in in cooking. You can use it in baking at times and for cocktails. That's wonderful, because it's basically a 1 to 1 mix ratio. So it's one part sugar. And one part water boiled. And and reduced till it becomes a syrup. You pull down. He put it in a bottle. And that's your sweetener soap mojitos actually made it for one of your parties One time when you were doing mojitos. Ah, in the backyard, and what I did is I left it on a little longer, So it got a little amber color to it, and it gets a little caramel E and Khun ad it another depth of flavor. Some people use it on I in one of my old fashioned cocktails. I will use it. It rounds out the notes. It's not as sharp as a white sugar is just your meddling with a white sugar. But when you get into summer And you get into maybe punches or run punches or taking drinks or things like that. This could be a nice way to add. Ah, Around sweetness. That kind of is a softer sweetness to a drink. Even ah, margarita or whatever you might be drinking. You can use this instead of the sugar. If you're making it from scratch, and not with that triple sec, sec crap that people get Now I've seen simple sugar being Ah, deliver to the table for iced teas in certain restaurants. And I always thought that was kind of neat in a little server. Little Tareen things yes, because you don't have to wait for it to break down its an immediate interacts immediately with the beverage rather than Pouring in the sugar and now in some traditional drinks like an old fashioned pre prohibition old fashion. You're going to add the sugar in there and you're going to muddle it. Not with oranges and stuff like that. That's not a traditional old fashioned, but you'll muddle it with some of the bidders. And let it break down. Then you'll add some of the spirit in there, Let it break down and all that's wonderful and gives a whole different experience. But simple syrup is a great way to elevate or to change the viscosity of a drink. To make it smoother. And it really is. Ah, very basic thing that you can do and you can buy it. But there's really no reason to and it lasts pretty long in the refrigerator. You just have to keep an eye on mold or anything like that. If it's not moldy, it's fine. And you're good to go. Yeah, I've always wondered what bidders were. I'm not a drinker. As you know, and I hear the word with hitters. I don't know what bidders are. Well, anybody that's been in radio for over 20 years, and it's still doing weekends. That's a bitter, It's true, but that's a bitter individual. That is correct. And someone who goes to a lot of options, But we could go on for a long time without bitters. This is the way you think of them. Bill Bitters originally were thought to be medicinal. There would be something you would put into your water in the morning to help kind of Ah, Invigorate you. They do have alcohol in them, but it to a somebody who's mixing cocktails. They consider them the salt and pepper of a cocktail. But what away Yes. So they're not. They are not salt pepper, but the way you use them in a cocktail is the same way you salt and pepper. You're using them to enhance the flavor. I probably have 10 bitters, 10 12. Bidder's here at the house, Some based in orange, Some based in mint. I have Ah, lovely, bitter set of bitters that my brother Craig made that are based on absent so they have this kind of a niece. Licorice, she background and each of those things add a depth and another layer of flavor to a cocktail that is just like creating any dish that you'd be cooking. I'm very Edgar Allan Poe with the absence, you know very, very nicely done Absent this wonderful by the way, so I hate licorice so well know, it's a little different. It's more like a niece. It's It's not because I'm not a big fan of black licorice either. But in this case, it really is a subtle and sort of delicate flavor. But I have I use it in a spritz. I use it in a spritz Katelyn. Some on some cocktails will actually spritz the glass with it prior to building pouring the cocktail into it, and adds another like a bouquet that hits your nose prior to drinking. That is quite wonderful. All right, take a break in. We'll finish. The show was something that I can get into is you know I'm not a drinker, and I'm gonna keep on repeating that. I remember that. I was there when the one that had Oh, yeah, yeah. No, I can't say that I know about not being a stoner. That is a whole different conversation. 64 years. The VCRs 64 years old. All right. We'll talk about burners because Birger Wiik is coming up in the meantime. Jennifer Jones Lee the recovery effort for the body of missing Glee star near Rivera today resumes the actress disappeared two days after she rented a pontoon boat on Lake Piru with their four year old son. The CDC says it will not revise it. School reopening guidelines despite.

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790 KABC

06:33 min | Last month

"khun ad" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Running a successful business and being financially independent is a lot of work in some days, you might feel like, well, maybe you just made the wrong decision. Always remember, tough times don't last, but tough people do. And it's our special July 4th, get financially independent show or hearing stories of success. So have you ever heard of Amazon's mechanical Turk? Okay, It's a place of online where you can go make money by doing things small things. So instead just wasting time on Facebook or doing something else to pass the time, Okay, I signed up for mechanical Turk the other day, and I could have To make money. I could have answered a survey. I also saw a job where I could have typed up items that were on a WalMart receipt. And there was one that actually got my attention. It was where a jigsaw puzzle company wanted me to rank. My make rank the images on the screen on which jigsaw puzzle that they should be building next. And so I wanted to check it out because joining us now on the Kim commander show guest line is Mike nab. And he's one of, say, 500,000 workers who complete millions of tasks each month and I read that Mike has earned almost $50,000 has becoming what they call a Turker. Okay, and so in my hands on a mike, Thanks for being here, What's the strangest hit or look again and see what a hit is a human intelligence task for the rest of us? What's the strangest one that you've done? The strangest one is probably the one time I was asked to share access to my Web cam, which is not common, but the ones that do ask for that typically pay more money. On. They were showing pictures of people making weird expressions. And then I had to mimic that Teo to make the same expression. They work and it was very odd. I'm probably in on a billboard in Europe sticking my tongue out, but I was, like, 10. 10 bucks for about 10 minutes Work so like, Take that I could do that, you know, and you mentioned 10 minutes. How long does a typical task last They vary greatly. I mean, there. There's someone there that take under a minute. Just some could be surveys that take 15 minutes for longer, You know, they say all Barry, so really Really depends on the head. They There's a wide range of times on there. And how much can you expect to make like per head? I know it depends on what it is and how long it takes. But Is there like a baseline Because I saw some that said, like nine cents, And then the jigsaw puzzle was willing to pay me 50 cents. If I write these images, is it are there or are there bigger money things? Or is it still like Thies small tasks? There are bigger ones. I was kind of look at it from a perspective of PE rate. So you know, sometimes there might be a 25 cent hit, but it takes me a minute to do so. Now I'm working at a $15 an hour clip. There are bigger ones. Actually few minutes for this college just finished a $3.1 that took me five minutes here. So, um some of them have Ah, nice little rate of return on there, So it's just a matter of finding the right ones. Certainly the bigger ones go quickly because everyone sees a higher dollar amount and they jump on it. But it's kind of look at it from a perspective of the rate of pay. I'm working at, so it's a small amount, but it takes me very little time to do it. Then as long as the pair eights good, then I considered to be good hit. So, Mike, give us some examples of what you've done recently. Like you mentioned just before you know, we spoke. You did a hit. What are some other ones that you've done? Largely surveys on the one I work on the most. I would say they're the most prevalent on there. They're surveys from universities from businesses. Amazon actually puts out their own surveys on there. So's YouTube Google, You may see a Google search page and they'll say what you know which language most likely click on if you were searching for this restaurant. So I think that's kind of getting the input of you know that Google uses to make their algorithms a little bit more reliable. Same thing with YouTube. They might ask. You had a class on how you classify particular videos that there they show you Surveys could be just political or consumer research or things of that nature. So it's it's just a wide variety of things on there and then you know, for example, Amazon Might ask, might show images from things that they sell. And they might ask you questions about them is something that interests you or how would you describe this or how fast I go? So, Yeah, There's a wide range of things on there that I kind of do a little bit of everything is there. Is there a lot of competition to make sure that this is a job that you get? I mean, do you have to qualify for it? Do you apply for it? Or how does that work? Yeah, there, there are qualifications, so remains. Main qualifications that people use. There are people who post the worker called submitters. So the submitters the primary qualification is that they use our number of hits completed in the past and your approval rate. So if you're submitting sloppy work, and that's usually determined by a twist in surveys, there's there's typically a question that says No answer true to this one, or enter number three in this box. It's basically an attention check question, So if you fail that then they will reject her work to stay. Believe that you're just, you know, going right through and not reading the directions. So you know if you have your work approved, you get approval rating on there. And so your approval rating in the number of hits. You completed the primary qualification that submitters used. So the more hits that you do, the more hits that opened up to you on DH. Usually, that's that's the better paying work, So the more work that you put in, it tends to open up the better work. That's that's on the platform. So is there. Do you get notified of when new jobs or posted or do you have to sign in and take a look all the time you do have to sign in and look for they don't get any email notice anything like that. There are express her extensions that you can put usually on fire Fox or Google Chrome. If you're using those browsers, you Khun Ad extensions.

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KGO 810

02:05 min | Last month

"khun ad" Discussed on KGO 810

"That's the better paying works of the more work that you put in. It tends to open up the better work. That's that's on the platform. So is there. Do you get notified of when new jobs or posted or do you have to sign in and take a look all the time you do have to sign in and look for they? You don't get any email notes trying to like that. There are express her extensions that you can put usually on fire Fox or Google Chrome. If you're using those browsers, you Khun Ad extensions on that will Look for the work for you. So instead of view, browsing through the pages yourself, which is very manual in tedious thes will actually do little pop of notifications right on your screen. That'll say Based on criteria you enter, so if you say Notify me of any hits better. A dollar more You can set set up the extension to kind of give you notifications as they as they're coming. So, so kind of pushes the work to you instead of you looking for it, Which, once I found out that was a thing that significantly increased the amount of money I was making on there because I'll tell you because you cannot. You might you khun, sit there, and I was looking at me like, Wow. This is like there's just so much. I don't know where to start. Mike, with so many people out of work. I really appreciate you sharing your know how with us and Mike has an e book side hustle from home, which goes into even greater detail about the ends an ounce of had an increase your income and make money by using Amazon's mechanical Turk. We'll put a link to that over at commando dot com Andr Under Kim Show, all right, one of the worst pandemics aspects of health been two jobs. All the jobs of the lost right. It's just crazy, the highest number since the Great Depression. It doesn't mean companies aren't hiring, and we've been keeping a list constantly updated of potential employers over commander dot com and one of the unique jobs out there right now is very important called contact tracing. You know, Apple, Google have teamed up together with their app but for years has been done by people and kind of works like this. When someone test positive for the virus. It's a contact tracers job to find out who that person has.

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KOA 850 AM

06:32 min | Last month

"khun ad" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"A successful business and being financially independent is a lot of work. And some days you might feel like, well, maybe you just made the wrong decision. Always remember. Tough times don't last, but tough people dio and it's our special July 4th, get financially independent show or hearing stories of success. So have you ever heard of Amazon's mechanical Turk? Okay, It's a place online where you can go make money by doing things small things. So it said, Just wasting time on Facebook or doing something else to pass the time. Okay. I signed up for mechanical Turk the other day, and I could have To make money. I could have answered a survey. I also saw a job where I could have typed up items that were on a walmart receipt. And there was one that actually got my attention. It was where a jigsaw puzzle company wanted me to rank. My make right the images on the screen on which jigsaw puzzle that they should be building next, And so I wanted to check it out because joining us now on the Kim commander show guest, Lynne is Mike nab. And he's one of, say, 500,000 workers who complete millions of tasks each month. And I read that Mike has earned almost $50,000 is becoming what they call a Turker. Okay, and so, my hands on a mike. Thanks for being here. What's the strangers hit or living? Getting stuck with a hit is a human intelligence task for the rest of us. What's the strangest one that you've done? The strangest one is probably the one time I was asked to share access my webcam, which is not common, but the ones that do ask for that typically pay more money. On. They were showing pictures of people making weird expressions. And then I had to mimic that Teo to make the same expression. They work and it was very odd. I'm probably in on a billboard in Europe sticking my tongue out. But that was like 10 10 bucks for about 10 minutes work, so it's like that. Take that. I could do that, you know, And you mentioned 10 minutes. How long does a typical task last They very greatly. I mean there. There's someone there that take under a minute. Just some could be surveys that take 15 minutes for longer, You know, they say all Barry, so really Really depends on the head. They There's a wide range of times on there. And how much can you expect to make like per head? I know it depends on what it is and how long it takes. But is there like a baseline Because I saw some that said, like nine cents, And then the Jigsaw puzzle was willing to pay me 50 cents. If I write these images Is it are there or are there bigger money things? Or is it still like Thies? Small tasks? There are bigger ones. I kind of look at it from a perspective of PE rate. Um so you know, sometimes there might be a 25 cent hit, but it takes me a minute to do so. Now I'm working at a $15 an hour clip. There are bigger ones. Actually few minutes for this college just finished a $3.1 that took me five minutes here. So, um some of them have Ah, nice little rate of return on there, So it's just a matter of finding the right ones. Certainly the bigger ones go quickly because everyone sees a higher dollar amount and they jump on it. But it's kind of look at it from the perspective of the rate of pay I'm working at so it's a small amount, but it takes me very little time to do it. Then as long as the pair eights good then then I considered to be good hit. So like, give us some examples of what you've done recently, like you mentioned just before you know, we spoke. You did a hit where some other ones that you've done. Largely surveys are the one I work on the most. I would say they're the most prevalent on their, um, their surveys from universities from businesses the Amazon actually puts out their own surveys on there. Eso is YouTube. Google. No. You may see a a ma Google search page and they'll say what you know which language most likely click on if you were searching for this restaurant, So I think that's kind of getting the import of you know that Google uses to make their algorithms a little bit more reliable. Same thing with YouTube. They might ask. You had a class with how you classify particular videos that there they show you Surveys could be just political or consumer research or things of that nature. So it's it's just a wide variety of things on there And then you know, for example, Amazon might ask my show images from things that they sell. And they might ask you questions about them is something of interest you are. How would you describe this or how fast spiders So, Yeah, There's a wide range of things on there that I kind of do a little bit of everything is there. Is there a lot of competition to make sure that this is a job that you get? I mean, do you have to qualify for it? Do you apply for it? Or how does that work? There? They are qualifications. So the mains Main qualifications that people use. There are people who post the worker called submitters. So the submitters the primary qualification is that they use our number of hits completed in the past and your approval rate. So if you're submitting sloppy work, and that's usually determined by a twist in surveys there, there's typically a question that says No answer true to this one. Or enter number three in this box. It's basically an attention check question, So if you fail that then they will reject your work stage. Believe that you're just, you know, going right through and not reading the directions. So you know if you have your work approved, you get approval rating on there. And so your approval rating in the number of hits. You completed the primary qualification that submitters used. So the more hits that you do, the more hits that opened up to you on DH. Usually, that's that's the better paying works of the more work that you put in. It tends to open up the better work. That's that's on the form. So is there. Do you get notified of when new jobs were posted, or do you have to sign in and take a look all the time you do have to sign in and look for? They don't get any email notes because he's trying to like that. There are express her extensions that you can put usually on fire Fox or Google Chrome. If you're using those browsers, you Khun Ad.

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Liberty Talk FM

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"He's been a pretty good Forward throughout his career, whether it's been in Carolina or whether it's been in Calgary, so hey carries a contract with four years remaining at 4 $25 million you know it's not so bad and Lynn Home is a guy who, Ah, hold on. I want to just bring up his stats here because I mean it's the stats are nothing really toe speak home of with Elias Lynn home, but it's not anything that's been You know, super underwhelming for his time in the NHL last year, actually was not bad. 29 goals in 25 assists for 54 points. His best year came the year before in his first year with Calgary 27 goals, 51 assists for 78 points. And that came in 81 games. So ah, Eliza and home a very, very productive player in his first year this past year, maybe a little bit of Ah, step back and production but still not bad. If you can get a guy like Lynn home to be, you know, a depth player playing third or second line role. That's that's a nice really nice fit. For the sabers there. Then third trade that he has is a nice trade to add to the defense of group acquiring David Savard from the Blue Jackets in exchange for a 2021 2nd round pick and Marx's Davidson Now, Savard. He's a little bit of an older player, he's said scheduled. He's got one more year left on his contract, and, you know I I mean, I I don't really watch a lot of Columbus. Blue jackets hockey, But David Savard is a type of guy who could be who has a little bit of a nice offensive. Production to his game. He's solid defensively. He's got one more year left on his contract at $4.25 million. But certainly a guy last year he put a bowling 11 assists in 68 games. But I mean the year before. That 24 points equals 16 assists in 82 games, and he's a guy that's been able to stay relatively healthy throughout his career. I mean, especially since the 2016 17 season 74 games 81 games, 82 games 68 games, so Savard if he could stay healthy. Come here. Maybe. Ah. Maybe be a really nice nice edition for the blue Line for the Saber. So ah! Go and chat actually is listening in, he added. So, he said, Just enough lie on the lines. The middle Six lines are built on matching skill sets. Jeff Skinner with Alex Kerfoot Dylan Cousins with Elias Lynn home. That's a really nice touch there by the by Chad added, and So then he goes on to free agency. And he says that you know, in free agency, the saber should look to sign. Maybe a couple of guys that are out there. The first signing is yes, profess who has spent Majority of all of his career with the New York Rangers, And he says that ah, he would sign him to a deal that would be three years $3 million per year. And Then the other deal that he has his signing of John Merrill, who's played in Vegas, and he's only giving him a one year, $2 million contract. And he writes that it would give Jacob Bryson another year to develop in Rochester. So that's That's maybe with the idea that after this year, maybe then at that point you could bring in a guy like Jacob Bryce into the NHL level and see how he goes in his first year, so Check it out. Check it out, died by the blade dot com Chaddy Dominus is with his latest article, and by the way. Also, he does have the savers holding onto their eighth overall pick this year and taking Anton Lundell from Finland A really nice two way forward who played a majority of this season at the professional level in in Finland, and he's got some nice offensive upside to his game. He's a solid guy. Down the middle. And Chad puts it in his article. He's a solid to a center that maybe one of the more n each already prospects in this year's draft. So I would love the pick of Anton Lundell. I don't know. I mean, he's the guy that I think could squeak into the top 10. Although I've seen a lot of people not have him in the top 10 as of late, but I definitely could see maybe him being a guy. The Sabres could target with the eighth overall pick a very, very solid centerman down the middle played this year over in Finland. And let me just get his stats here because I mean for being a 18 year old playing and in the Finnish League. And for a team and H I F K who's always a team that's seems to be an indecent contention. And at a guy that you know he's 6 £183. That's according to is his profile here. Hunter actually £187 according to elite prospects. But this year in in Finland, playing professionally he Ah, he actually did spend the entire year there. 10 goals, 18 assists for 28 points in 44 games, which is pretty darn good for an 18 year old. So the Sabres Khun Ad ants on London in the draft. I'm all for it. You know? 305 51 85 50 to 5 50 will. Of course, they'll be more draft talk coming on later down the road Just because you know there's just gonna be so much time between here and now or weaken. Keep discussing additions to the roster tomorrow. I definitely wanna touch base on the goaltenders and and get my thoughts on maybe what the Sabres could do in gold mining, but plenty to talk about more tomorrow as well. Maybe tomorrow there'll be an official announcement of this Ah of this new C B ade and everything like that. So tomorrow show a little bit more wide open as we're one day away from the weekend as Ah, You know, Brian Duffy's gonna join us at 11 tomorrow, so we'll get the chance to chat with him. We'll get the chance. Tto kind of catch up because the last time I talked with Brian was on a sports talk Saturday, and this was before the firing of Jason Botterill. So Get his thoughts on everything with that and get his thoughts. Maybe on, um on where the sabers go from here, especially with the eighth pick what they do with this line in Montoro and all that sort of stuff and get his thoughts and we'll wrap things up and head to the early weekend, which will be nice and hopefully everybody is going to enjoy their fourth of July weekend and enjoy the Ah the sunny hot weather that's coming so I'm supposed to stay dry, too will be a very, very nice Fourth of July weekend. 80305 51 85 50 to 5 50 will wrap up the show coming up here. Britain Wilson, filling in for the instigators core Griswald on the board producing for me today on WDR. Call or text us any time at 71680305 50 or call toll free at 18885 50 to 5 50 Tweet us all the time at W Gr 5 50.

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