17 Burst results for "L'aigle"

"laigle" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"laigle" Discussed on First Things First

"Thank. I wanna that out there. Good. Thanks. Yeah. That is a little feld chant better them. Fly eagles fly spent in that skull clap, y'all do do doing Minnesota. That's the best Chan that. Okay. That's. It's the. Rated the. You wanna know top three in? Expert lands Laigle's fly. No, I'm sorry. Misspoke number one who'd at two flag. Fly number thirty two that scold non Sochi. Absolutely, no problem, you know, you're goofy. When you make all these lists stuck on goofy. Is is is the Browns chant Abhu is that? I can't even get a laugh. Stay there. That. Guy on the funniest. Genie back with us except that Cam probably hasn't forgotten yet just happened. He threw a pick six with sack five times and his team lost by thirty one points other than that nothing crazy years came on. It's disappointing performance. Tell you what it's a sure no was a homeland piece of pop and not only that it was a it was a learning experience for a lot of guys. And you know, if we expect to be as good as we expect us to be we have to file ways away and games like this and hostile environment. You know, it was extremely Lau. You know played against it, very tones. It seemed like I said before we just gotta find ways to win football games. We had a lot of our noses lead early on. We gotta stop it. Stop it to five ways to. Keep things going off aver offense defensively and special teams. You know, and we just got play today happens. I sometimes, and you know, we're okay with it. What I'm not okay is just not learning from this. You know in the guys know locker room seem to have a grasp on, you know, what was state, you know, we know what we're capable of being a deep contender playoff team in. And we just gotta find ways. Isa humble pie right there. The king of what Nick what malapropism? He has some famous ones he said, they were the Titanic last year. But he mentioned a good way. Hindsight was fifty fifty twenty twenty. Charming concerning was this loss last night. The Panthers who might my youngest son is a is a Panthers fan and got the jersey and everything right? He's all in he's all in. So he's got to get the next level next level of Cam phantom. The Bahamas Nick has not that rock in the Nicot Kansas City. These guys can we football jokes. Joe when I was talking to last night. I said look with you lose by fifty or you lose by one the loss concert same. It's a Thursday night game. It's not like they had a week to prepare. So you gotta take that into account as well. So I I don't look it was bad. But there's been a lot of people that have gone into Heinz field. And and had it steamroll like that. It had it happen like that. So from a from a big picture perspective. It's one loss. It's a bad loss and cams point about taking something positive way from this. That's the only thing you can do when you go and you get beat like that. And when you listen to the Steelers defense talk their philosophy on on handling Carolina. I think is something that that other people should should match. They weren't gonna let Camby run it. They were not gonna lead Camby runner, and they were gonna hit them every time they could. So you saw that first drive where everybody was going after Cam, they're allowing Christian McCaffrey big chunks yard. But that was part of. The program they were establishing if you want to run we're going to hit you, and we we're concentrating on that. And once they did that Cam stopped being a runner, and it had the effect that they ultimately we were looking in. That's the thing with Carolina if you can take them out of not out of the running game. But how they want to run it. Because no team has as many runners over three hundred yards rushing their Russian ball from a lot of different ways right versus they got. Why receivers touching it? So how they've gotten to where they're doing is totally different. I like the game plan that they did have. I like I didn't like the fact that Cam was not protective of that football early. Would that game tied seven seven..

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"laigle" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

Hollywood Babble-On

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"laigle" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

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"laigle" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"laigle" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"One we don't know of advertising words necessarily for stumped for a certain for big she rightly so now a little so that you do know like you like oh line's stena ab nobody even know about this before does add but like for like cocacola omai donald fight is dave imoko forget as a mcdonalds a violent riot american ally is one else at my house would rise by three up right down the street or what am i doing but one of the things like with the hnlc it like sometimes i hear people kinda have i want to call a conspiracy theories but that's probably too big of a word but like i don't know they feel like two companies are making mistakes on purpose so that they can get the viral markedly i'll lose minded emily mad on twitter but i was like i don't think they employ all them fucking people until make that mistake life because that would imply that there is one person out there it's like listen guys i know what you're thinking everyone in this room which i do a lot of money to say don't let us do anything stupid but i'm going to do some really stupid and i think is gonna actually worked out lights atil had a closeddoors mother unlike mufflers rioted in in south africa has yet to be associated with that we were dealing with what they should up so i don't think there's like of not at least most of the time i don't think there's like a person somewhere going like a mailicious pissed are black twitter i've really just the is that simple nope hearings it's never everywhere it's never that in fact in fact the staff fact of it is that most of the time those decisions are made by somebody who wants to reach out to black people i think they're like who think that this should is going to hit like the fact the collagen it was at the pepsi corollary gina laigle light who everett like whoever wrote that it was a group of the of the smartest best educated most wellmeaning white people as the black people there to hillsdale everybody thought that it was going to be joke they call you were going to love it's also the black people they hired are gonna be like they taiban nigger rousing higher aim reina.

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"laigle" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

The Big Podcast With Shaq

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"laigle" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

"Dr no adroit there you go dr no atrache from general hospital rick springfree springfield yeah yes how long dr noah address i will thank you guys fire i told you girls hormone yes and lift the the whole notion there watching the game and he took over the team i think the coach get tired of the scrap the big podcasts who shaggy gmailcom follow on foul on twitter at shack junkie kate at rob janitors beat what is it be dog underscore ninety on the underscore let's not that long with the big podcast wish accu gmailcom for your submissions and what's that instagram big carefully sacconi's broom higo so i think i am incredibly happy today john it's one of the happiest 24 hours memorial more goal sza i would agree week everybody you sticking with us ap news headlines are coming up next laigle slack all planes the big podcast was shack is a presentation of podcast one follows jack on twitter shack and follow kincaid at john kincaid also check out the podcast page on facebook for photos behind the scenes video and more new episodes are available every monday at podcast one dot com that's a podcast o n e dot com while its biggest shooting the gop memo i'm tim mcguire within ap news been at the arizona man who sold i munition to las vegas gunman steven paddock faces federal charges of manufacturing armorpiercing ammunition without a licence douglas haig told reporters he didn't notice anything suspicious about paddock when he sold seven hundred twenty rounds to him weeks before the attack but when he heard of the shooting in which fifty eight people were killed he says he was shocked and sick and revulsion sickness uh horrified the this man would do something like that president trump declassified a gop written memo alleging bias within the fbi russia investigation house intelligence committee chairman california republican devon newness tells fox news.

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"laigle" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"laigle" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"You look at myself my nephew randy moss roseo laigle ervin michael irvin wiegel stopped term basketball go up a rebound and get it sam he's gonna run underneath the ball and he should make that catchy certainly should make the kids are 100 percent your 100 percent should have made the catch here but he did he didn't and we try to same thing rate in the second half in airbus igor ron but also i would call russ sally if the ramp if the rams they'll pay air don't of some so if they know just write him a cheque yes no just little cut turned to do come into the office today yeah yeah giving the same in which you want her to download the never with everybody we'll figure out everything after prank you fill in the blades ball robert words i don't know if it's because he was on our show before the game probably lawyer carlo missed the playoffs he played beacon a carlo okay carlo i r a smith was eighty and mr torch i thought it was interacting with more josh knows he's a symbol unocal we have hope juju with an optout no juicer player pittsburgh he's clayton lee akseli robber woods actually peel back home at one do now he's getting quite like you've got a perfect with pretty got white it was a successful season for the rams we all share of course six win team yes it was a very successful for you sharp picked against you in the murky raise well he lost their to you drop you drop the drop them a game for that basic yeah it had that punishment he's almost as well so they go to the wild card every year now ride you play the money a cash money dropped for aaron donald gregg running all that guy right oh no no go to hear me i'm not going to be part of the problem for you not no i gotta get a recall now recall alker arguable recurrent orlando crap yeah okay he wants to slow down a little better and we'll hear from him on this whole of our thing and and there should be blame for a lot of people but it any just here i that's next so.

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"laigle" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"laigle" Discussed on The Science Show

"Right from the beginning that if one of the signals were detected eight miles would be pinned out across the world and astronomers would have to scramble kick other astronomers of viewing time for radio and optical telescopes and tried to pinpoint the location of these two stars colliding and that's what happened that's why this was such a phenomenal discovery and in fact it heralded a new age of astronomy cold multi messenger astronomy remarkable allows him to recall that there was something like several norman percent of all of the astronomers that are working we're we're all those on some of those papers little came up together looking at these neutron star collision in different parts of law that's right there with thousands of astronomers not including that the lie go astronomers themselves but also other astronomers working from iran about seventy different observatories both optical and radio around the world and three of those observatories in australia actually observe the aftermath so why in western australia into in new south wales slur we were involved as well rickles lager sperry key to that whole enterprise that's the organization it runs the two huge detectors on either side of the united states and dr christian wolf says that sometimes waiting for that confirmation from laggard that yes there was a there was a gravitational wave of and the we will be looking for can be a little bit exasperatingly and that we way going into august we will hang all iaea nothing going to happen on that front anymore right we have basically done anyway literally a few date before the end of the laigle run that even happened in the middle of the night.

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"laigle" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

Science Magazine Podcast

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"laigle" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

"For baby dogs but more than that actually the researchers say you know when we do that with our human infants it helps them learn wars and the same might be true for baby dogs article okay i can't tell you how to do it what about cap i talked to leave you talk to my gates and i'm pretty sure sierra that they dole queue okay dave thanks for the rundown this is only half the stories that you pulled out as the top for the year where can listeners find out about the rest of this year's top five more stories including one of our most popular stories of the year you can check all these out in a really cool compilation of some work were images of the euro as well on the site thanks dave eggs era stay tuned for our break through the year coverage with adrian show up next now staff writer adrian chao is here to talk about the breakthrough of the year which we are calling cosmic convergence poetically on the site and involves the latest detection from laigle of a pair of emerging neutrons stars high adrian a high sir how are you i'm good i'm excited about this breakthrough yahya is our role i mean it's the first time in the twenty two years that the science is breakthroughs of the year that same experimental team ought has been a how in the brakes route two years running so um you have to tip your hat to the people who built a weigo gravitational wave detector and also to the ruko colleagues but they said that this would be a spectacular tool on and not just the greek discovery you know with gravitational waves they said that this would pay out handsomely in they showed it right off the bat it does have some similarities to last year's which was the detection of gravitational waves.

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"laigle" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"laigle" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"I need to hear from trump supporters but i you know you hear them but you need to hear from them as trump supporters you don't need to put your own brand on them and that has been that has been the worst mistake but that comes from the desire to be unduly fair david frum carl bernstein thank you very much in a bull garland nightmare had one thing before we go the best obtainable version of the truth is not necessarily about neutrality it is about sorting through information and presenting what the facts and context are and that is what the major news organizations have done on this story and i've done very well carl come back from the after the break david thank you for being here and one more note about this dave laigle of the washington post the latest target of president trump on friday night why go tweeted out a picture of the pensacola rally it showed lots of empty seats before the rally began then he deleted it when he realized it was misleading on saturday night we can show you hear president trump took aim at why go criticised why go even after an apology was made on twitter i think it's notable there at the end of the tweet the president said why goal should be fired now the washington post is not going to fire why go there are standing by him i checked in with washington post pr this morning they acknowledge that why go made a mistake and quickly deleted it then apologized but asked yourself do you think it's appropriate for the president of the united states to call on individual journalists to be fired after the break here we're talking about robert muller his special counsel probe and now right wing hosts are trying to discredit muller why is it working we'll be right back.

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"laigle" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"laigle" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

"Even mccaffrey like i you know two touchdowns through the air very limited yardage last week you kind of i kinda winced a little bit when i think about him being my number one running back option yeah the thing about if a garlic thompson is your number one running back that means that you're too is not necessarily that far behind i'm not rolling out uh chris thompson and then my running back who was thomas rawles i have a guy who is in that running back to range that the way that the way that it should have worked out by him being free on waivers and if you've been managing your schedule or you're a your team i think if chris thompson is your rb one on your fantasy team you're not make in the playoffs okay one of the big things that we know you looked we talked about winson in we've talked about smith gough their success there officiency their lack of turnovers that's directly affected the arsoned jeffreys of the world the uh you know robber woods in todd girlie in tyree killed travis kelsea on the other side is the failure of big time quarterbacks and the big implications that that failure brings about i found this incredible stat now big ben roethlisberger he has struggled this year he has a pass a rating of five point nine when under pressure tom brady has a past rating of one hundred twelve point three when under pressure it's not often you hear the single digit air in radical to a passer rating laigle when you're terrible and you're like man he's really bad he's got a pass rating of white 46 he's got past rating of what indy five point when under pressure not fail he said he had thought about retiring before the season that kind of a rating is retiring during the season yes now i looked at this turnover percentage brought up earlier chaired gough only 5 turnovers on the year drew brees tara taylor tom brady and alec smith all under five better than that three of the bottom five in the league and turnover percentage big ben roethlisberger matt ryan andy dalton in succession so you've got the connected weapons of brown leav bell martavis ju ju ju matt ryan and davante freeman and julio jones's than any dalton who has been pretty darn bat.

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"laigle" Discussed on The Dave Portnoy Show

The Dave Portnoy Show

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"laigle" Discussed on The Dave Portnoy Show

"Uh we are likeminded working together to improve the quality of life for everyone in our through science i knew you're gonna say a news media science answer well what are you gonna do i mean he's a good friend we spent a lot of time ago what are you got to i know you want to get into its alleged letter iran can i go before you is this vape much more healthy for me than like like'smoking regular marijuana are i think it has pretty much the same effect on my brain around like my body uh some of each your brain is connected to your body for most of us a owns connected to the thyroid swan song yes so it's up to your man all things in moderation why haven't been moderate much in my life it's why a barstool anyway so uh orb if you enjoy marijuana bringing reporting on don't drive though respect you don't drive when you're high have you ever smoke the the marijuana i did i am not joking you guys i did want so k what was and i can't how laigle here is is arms encourage i can't smoke i'm not good at smoking neither i i've never even heard any more time in another abby edibles no then another thing i'm not kidding you guys are not joe can you i played ultimate frisbee ultimate for his be the only team sport in which the offense cannot score unassisted is worthy of respect and you just wait until the real athletes show up not just a bunch of engineers who want to throw plastic brings around when the real athlete show up you're going to see is the coolest game ever with that said.

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"laigle" Discussed on The Incomparable

The Incomparable

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"laigle" Discussed on The Incomparable

"Yeah fantastic mr fox it has the the italian job ending though the book does which is like and they're waiting for him become out of the whole as far as i know there are still waiting there goodbye everybody in the michael caine italian job where they're per their pierre laigle perch on the edge of a cliff and it's like well anybody have any ideas the end thereby and i've reach my word count so the the mail and at us yep yep but good really good movie really good movie i think it's hard to imagine that role doll is not going to be remembered most for for turley and the chocolate factory though that seems to be the as much as i love james the jain peach as much as some of the other books are really remarkable that seems to be the one because of the gene wilder movie may be but that seems to be a one that everybody is going to remember and not the sequel charlie in great glass elevator which has a space hotel and a weird aliens and stuff and although i didn't love that book i read it several times because and i think it helped kindle my fascination with sort of science fiction allowance i was really excited that the sequel to charlie machaca factory was in space because how how is that possible but that i mean that's role doll man he he had an really strange imagination and we go weird places with his with his books pressure he's gonna be remembered for not just charlie in the chocolate factory but also all of the things have spun off the archetype of the golden ticket and like the factory tore ends at the picking people off i feel i see people referenced charlie in the chocolate factory so much for for picking characters off as it goes it oh there's a trillion chocolate factory that to me is what's going to survive rolled out the athlete the future i'm episode that just did that but with.

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"laigle" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"laigle" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"Gravitational waves are ripples in space time predicted a century ago by albert einstein's general theory of relativity and produced by some of the most violent events in the cosmos by the time they reach the air however gravitational waves distort our patch of space time by a mindbogglingly small amount a million million the width of a human here the 2017 nobel prize for physics was awarded to three key figures in the story of laigle who helped to develop the incredible technology required to measure those tiny ripples and to isolate them from all the local disturbances the otherwise could completely during the mote the two laigle facilities the most sensitive scientific instruments ever belt forced detect to gravitational waves in 2015 from the merger of two black holes more than a billion light years away long ago is the instrument used to detect gravitational waves using the interference of laser light to detect the squeezing and stretching of space time as gravitational waves passed by the lego discovery was a huge team effort the involve thursday of scientists across the world working together over decades to turn what many had considered an impossible dream and to the hottest topic in astronomy but like was first detection of gravitational waves was only the beginning so start discovery was announced in february lost year three more detections of merging black holes of being confirmed and we are seeing the first hence of how this population of black holes fits into the big picture of how the universe evolved.

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"laigle" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"laigle" Discussed on Here & Now

"What is the first detection lewis a gravitation it waves that had been originate did by two black holes i leg saying that they might dancing it dunga ending in embrace and that happened one point three billion years ago that timeless it time that the gravitational waves took to try the the distance to add than go through at but since then we have detected city add gravitation and waste only so from other seas tens of thousands of black holes that now to stand foreign and addison black hole and the last one i think it's in most exciting one because he was not only detected by bit to laigle detectors in the us but also by a sister to detect any you up self finally we could try young late didn't know what are the swords what are these black holes glad we match that that position than ever at any forward and what does that help us do what does that tell us about the universe to have all this information on where he added just learning so match we didn't know that black houghton's sixty steady pairs for example we knew about black holes because sometimes they in a close to other stars that that meat x rays as so we can ted the recent blackhulled doubted because of what others are still nearby but if you have to call thin there is no light but added gravitational waves so now we could ted at these blackhawks existing barriers but so that they might quite a bit larger than all the ones we had seen in xrays so we at learning a lot of new things.

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"laigle" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"laigle" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Rhetoric in in in words rather than actions that is we didn't see a military exercise happened yesterday or any sort of flyover that this was an effort to um give credence to what the president was saying what but at the same time not conduct any military action that could further escalate tensions but there are states already ms raza arnold really no this world as well as you defcon 1 people talk about laigle ready to roll are are we at a heightened formal stay the millonaire military preparedness at this moment or not no i mean are far from dot com i'm happy to report that what is defcon 1 well it it's so why come four is actually them off well i don't know how to describe it really other than to say it means we're ready to launch new launch an lu clear weapons something of of um uh nothing good how about that uh so we are far from that what you have is exercises going on there is a joint exercise with the japanese yesterday again there's an effort to sort of show that there is readiness without conducting any sort of military exercise or engaging in any sort of um action that would um precipitate a misunderstanding or a feeling of a by the north koreans to to react in any way and so there was an emphasis here yesterday and again today that there hasn't been any uh heightened security um presence if you will on the island of guam four the air force or the navy bases that are on on guam and so it's.

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"laigle" Discussed on Deadcast

Deadcast

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"laigle" Discussed on Deadcast

"Uh and the school than yet he there's he's he's got his hip now let's not get away from the fact that this was not just about the escort call and that uh you know almost officials made that plain the thursday a pattern of conduct an he's the for his moral terpitude so here is alright he resigned but he was going to be fired and we all know how sec coaches contracts are built like i can probably go out and kill somebody and you're still going to get a 10milliondollar golden parachute for for him to be fired with cause over whatever they found mix everybody really interested in what's in there what do we thinks in their uh necrophilia um you know t deals with a unholy babylonian daddy's um you know what it's it's pure speculation but what could could what could constitute moral terpitude to the level that it would just like make his contract known void yeah i don't i don't know i dunno that stuff that's like i'm trying to think in terms of sex stuff what they would do customizing coaches catches have sex with people all the fucking time all the way because his get caught having affairs all the time laigle rick pitino had the job he's fine like it this has to be this is something that's like above this is if you have to raise the bar on college coaches uh in terms of getting fired than which the seams of done uh you must have done something pretty fucked up or at least interesting.

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"laigle" Discussed on Hanselminutes

Hanselminutes

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"laigle" Discussed on Hanselminutes

"Knows all the good the little agreement exactly so um you're a you're data scientist but when i look at your your linked in as we always do we always looking at each other's linked dense i see that dumb i'm seeing background in math and not in in in programming you identify the programmer or you what does it how does that peter scientist amath khushanov programmer come together what's that van diagram look like yeah the van diagram so so i am not a program are at least i don't consider myself when i have written programs but it's sort of the same way that you know i have sunk carry okay but i would never consider myself finger of it it's sort of a the analogy that i work with so i have written programs and in in when you're working and data science there's sort of this semantic the exercise of what is data science that um that placates pretty much every conversation weerden to data scientists by whatever the finish in our together n dumb and a lot of folks say it you know it's it's the overlap of of domain expertise a computer science skills and math and statistics skills and that's totally true which is why i am a recovering data scientists but i am now management of because there are people who have um much better hone skills in the in the in the programming arena in what i find that i bring to the table is is the language component it's the translation where i can speak you know business end end laigle eu's insecurities and data and math and i can speak programming even if i can't do it super while i know the music theory behind it i know the circle fifths i just i can't hold a pitch kind of thing interesting but makes me wonder i should probably have a conductor and orchestra person on the show some time and find out of the knowhow to put a musical instrument were job every facet just wave their arms in an appropriate way that works for everyone.

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"laigle" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

Clark Howard Show

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"laigle" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

"On no i'm overpaid student loans wicket early on who by how much easier education going to cost how do i i've been looking at the other day and i don't have it with me but it it let be a fairly large amount the like a twenty thousand a year forty thousand a year ten thousand a year d have a sense bone around the twenty thousand rolling in is this for a fouryear degree or graduate degree or a fouryear degree so we're looking at potentially you having to borrow eighty thousand dollars for that fouryear degree okay so in that case i'm going to go against everything i just told you before this last second and i would encourage you to take money you would have put in a four one k with your employer is there any match for the four one k laigle all look at harlem paul i i don't know if there's a match put in up to the match and stop there and the rest of the money that you have free and clear from your check used towards your education so you reduce the total amount you're going to borrow is on a state employee salary owing eighty thousand dollars in student loans that is a big burden inasmuch as much as you can cut that down chase i want you to do that but the very fact you're asking these questions at twenty speaks volumes about how well you'll do overtime with money and that's exciting.

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