35 Burst results for "Larry I"

Debunking the Biden Job Creation Myth

The Larry Elder Show

00:51 sec | 2 d ago

Debunking the Biden Job Creation Myth

"Now this is CNBC and remember on CNN, they did a story, Leo hannan, The Economist from UCLA and I talked about this the other day. Inflation is actually good for everyday people. Good for ordinary Americans bad for rich people that said, but good for ordinary Americans. Here is an economist on CNBC. Again, CNBC at NBC, not exactly friendly towards Republicans and conservatives. It's possible, especially if you're talking about real wages, which are negative if you look at the CPI numbers. Well, real wages are negative, but I thought I thought inflation was good for everyday Americans. I'm concerned about is that, yes, we've seen wage increases, but we've seen wage increases driven by labor shortages. But economy and this is an important point, hasn't added one single job from the 2019 high water mark.

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CDC Director's COVID Comments Taken out of Context

The Larry Elder Show

01:42 min | 2 d ago

CDC Director's COVID Comments Taken out of Context

Tom Cotton Quoted Chuck Schumer in Defending the Filibuster

The Larry Elder Show

00:44 sec | 3 d ago

Tom Cotton Quoted Chuck Schumer in Defending the Filibuster

"Work. Now here is senator Tom cotton from the floor of the Senate yesterday, giving a speech to preserve the filibuster, and note this every single word he says he got from Chuck Schumer. He citing Chuck Schumer. The senator from Arkansas. Right now, we are on the precipice of a constitutional crisis. We're about to step into the abyss. I want to talk for a few minutes. Why we're on that precipice. And while we're looking into that abyss, let me first ask a fundamental question. What is the crisis that calls for the undoing of two centuries of tradition?

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Sinema, Manchin Reject Biden Push to Change Filibuster

The Larry Elder Show

00:47 sec | 3 d ago

Sinema, Manchin Reject Biden Push to Change Filibuster

"Now, you mentioned senator Christian cinema of Arizona here's what she recently said. Eliminating the 60 vote threshold on a party line with the thinnest of possible majorities to pass these bills that I support. Will not guarantee that we prevent demagogues from winning office. So she's not down with getting rid of the filibuster, and here's what Joe Manchin said day before yesterday. Filibuster is what we have our rules. We need some good rule changes to make the place work better, but then I get rid of the filibuster doesn't make it work better. If you're getting any pressure from your constituents back home on that issue, when I mean, what they know about the filibuster is basically what bob bird is educated people on over the years. And the filibuster is what makes the Senate. Hopefully work when it's supposed to

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Joe Biden Speaks With a Doubled Toungue on Race

The Larry Elder Show

01:00 min | 3 d ago

Joe Biden Speaks With a Doubled Toungue on Race

"Quote, I do not buy the concept. Popular in the 1960s, which said, we have suppressed the black man for 300 years, and the white man is now far ahead in the race for everything or society offers, in order to achieve in order to even the score, we must now give the black man a head start or even hold the white man back to even the race. I don't buy that end of quote. Who said that? That was Joseph robinette Biden, said in 1975 to a Delaware newspaper. I do not buy the concept. Popular in the 1960s, which said, we have suppressed the black man for 300 years, and the white man is now far ahead in the race for everything our society offers. In order to even the score, we must now give the black man a head start or even hold the white man back to even the race. I don't buy that. You know, I once

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Quinnipiac Poll Shows Biden With 33 Percent Approval Rating

The Larry Elder Show

01:14 min | 3 d ago

Quinnipiac Poll Shows Biden With 33 Percent Approval Rating

Supreme Court Blocks Biden Vaccine Mandate for Large Employers

The Larry Elder Show

01:05 min | 3 d ago

Supreme Court Blocks Biden Vaccine Mandate for Large Employers

"But first, let's start with this. Let's go to breaking news. This is from the Supreme Court CNN's Jessica Schneider. What do we know? Yeah, Victor and Allison, the Supreme Court has issued two decisions related to the Biden administration's vaccine mandates. Remember, there were challenges that were heard just about a week ago in the Supreme Court. And this is what the Supreme Court has just come down with. They have blocked that vaccine mandate that applied to large employers. Employers who I told you, I told you they were going to block it. So with 100 people or more. This was a vaccine mandate that effectively went into effect on Monday, just the masking portion of it. And effectively went into effect. Vaccine portion of that man that you effectively go into effect, I just. It was supposed to go into effect February 9th. Now that she did say that effectively goes into effect, and she say that, I think she said that effectively goes into effect. Go in the Supreme Court. And this is what the Supreme Court has just come down with. They have blocked that vaccine mandate that applied to large employers. Employers with 100 people or

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Democrats Rumored to Boot VP Harris for Hillary Clinton

The Larry Elder Show

00:47 sec | 3 d ago

Democrats Rumored to Boot VP Harris for Hillary Clinton

"Get this. Article, I think it was The New York Times, which I read so you don't have to. Suggesting that in 2024, the Democrats may drop kick not only Kamala Harris, but Joe Biden assuming he's still around. In favor of Hillary Clinton. I kid you not. This is not okay. We take a couple of problems with that. Two big problems. Problem number the one is I told you before. Are you kidding me? The most loyal part of the democratic base of black female voters. They're going to be perfectly okay. Just step aside, sister for Hillary again, by telling if you have a problem figuring out whether you're premier, Trump, and you ain't black. I don't think so.

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Left Wing Professors, Wisconsin Justices Raised Questions About 2020 Election

The Larry Elder Show

01:03 min | 4 d ago

Left Wing Professors, Wisconsin Justices Raised Questions About 2020 Election

"Meanwhile, you have two left wing professors I mentioned this before, Jonathan turley, Alan Dershowitz, both said there were so many shenanigans in Philadelphia and Pennsylvania. And using COVID to change rules altered regulations, quasi legally, if not illegally, and they felt that the lawsuit that Donald Trump filed overturned Pennsylvania should be taken up by the Supreme Court would be taken up by the Supreme Court and that Donald Trump would win it. Well, the Supreme Court did not take it up. But these two professors, both of whom, by the way, voted twice for Obama thought they would. Then this Wisconsin. Donald Trump follow lawsuit overturn Wisconsin. When all the way up to the Wisconsin Supreme Court, they voted four to three not to take it up. But there were three dissenters, including the chief justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court. She talked about the ballot boxes dropboxes all their stuff that they did that she thought was problematic. And she said, we should take it up.

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How Police Are Less Likely to Use Deadly Force

The Larry Elder Show

01:14 min | 4 d ago

How Police Are Less Likely to Use Deadly Force

Exposing the Democrats' Election Hypocrisy

The Larry Elder Show

00:37 sec | 4 d ago

Exposing the Democrats' Election Hypocrisy

"For four years, Hillary has referred to Donald Trump as having stolen the election her word not mine for four years refer to Donald Trump as illegitimate her word not mine. The late. Congressman, John Lewis, who marched with MLK, they loved them from John Lewis. He didn't go to Trump's inauguration as the 25% of the democratic congressional delegation because they thought Donald Trump was illegitimate. With less evidence than the way we feel about 2020, much less.

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Mitch McConnell Calls out President Biden for Divisive Speech

The Larry Elder Show

00:43 sec | 4 d ago

Mitch McConnell Calls out President Biden for Divisive Speech

"Mitch McConnell had a few things to say about Biden's speech. 12 months ago, a newly inaugurated President Biden stood on the west front of the capitol, and here's what he had to say. My whole soul is in this. Bringing America together. You're not in our people. And you're nodding our nation. Yesterday, that very same man delivered a deliberately divisive speech that was designed to pull our country further apart.

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The Deadly Cost of Police Deterring Force

The Larry Elder Show

01:11 min | 4 d ago

The Deadly Cost of Police Deterring Force

"It go. Speaking of which I want to talk to you about your research that indicates how many people are dead as a result of the cough pulling back. You estimate that the so called Ferguson effect in just 5 cities that roll in friar the black economist we just now mentioned examined in just 5 cities because the police are pulling back cause a staggering 900 excess murders and 34,000 excess felonies that would otherwise not have occurred. Yeah. And that's just 5 cities over two years, right? But that goes back a number of years now. If you extrapolate that out forward, even in those 5 cities, it's probably quite a bit more than that. Maybe double who knows, but then when you extrapolate it around out across all the cities of the country, which have had police reductions and have vulnerable communities, you're talking about at the very lowest end, you know, two, 3000 people murdered who otherwise would be alive right now, and well, possibly well over 10,000 people, it's just it's just mind boggling just the magnitude of the damage that's been

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Top FBI Official Dodges Questions About January 6

The Larry Elder Show

01:21 min | 4 d ago

Top FBI Official Dodges Questions About January 6

"There is a rumor that there was at least one FBI informant egging people on, if not more. I don't know whether it's true or not. But Ted Cruz asks a DoJ official about that. And here's what happened. Miss Sandberg. I want to turn to the FBI. How many FBI agents or confidential informants actively participated in the events of January 6th? Sir, I'm sure you can appreciate that I can't go into the specifics of sources and methods. Did any FBI agents or confidential informants actively participate in the events of January 6th? Yes or no? Yes or no? Sir, I can't answer that. Did any FBI agents are confidential informants, commit crimes of violence on January 6th? I can't answer that, sir. Did any FBI agents or FBI informants actively encourage and incite crimes of violence on January 6th? Sorry, I can't answer that. Miss sad burn. Who is raps? I'm aware of the individual, so I don't have the specific background to him.

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Joe Manchin Repeats Call to Keep Filibuster

The Larry Elder Show

01:09 min | 4 d ago

Joe Manchin Repeats Call to Keep Filibuster

"So here's Kamala Harris on the insurrection. And I have met with voters in Georgia. I have heard your outrage about the anti voter law here. And how many voters will likely be kept from voting. And Georgia is not alone. Across our nation, anti voter laws could make it more difficult for as many as 55 million Americans to vote. Si and as a result of failing to get through the so called John Lewis Voting Rights Act, they're thinking about nuking the filibuster. Joe Manchin was asked about doing that. Here's what he said about the filibuster. Filibuster is what we have our rules. We need some good rule changes to make the place work better, but to get rid of the filibuster doesn't make it work better. You're getting a pressure from your constituents back home on that issue. I mean, what they know about the filibuster is basically what bob bird is educated people on over the years. And the filibuster is what makes the Senate. Hopefully work when it's supposed to work.

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School Closings Shift Left Leaning Mom's Beliefs

The Larry Elder Show

01:00 min | 4 d ago

School Closings Shift Left Leaning Mom's Beliefs

"So I'm holding in my baby Brown libertarian fingers and article from political. Politico was started by people that left The Washington Post. You can't get a job at The Washington Post unless you're liberal, so it's also a center left publication. I'm not quite sure it's as bad as the Atlantic, but it's probably in the same in the same neighborhood. It's written by a woman named Rebecca bodenheimer and the headline is how school closures made me question my progressive politics. Yesterday we talked about this woman Angie Schmidt from the Atlantic, why I soured on the Democrats went over that. This one is another person who says I've been left leaning all my life. Huge left. Sub headline, I've never felt more alienated from the Liberal Democrat circles. Did I usually call home? And it's all about how the school shut down, and as a result, her son began to lose ground.

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Young Democrats More Likely to Distain the Other Party

The Larry Elder Show

00:45 sec | 4 d ago

Young Democrats More Likely to Distain the Other Party

"There's a piece called young DIMMs or more likely to despise the other party. It's an axios. Axios is left wing. Quote, nearly a quarter of college students wouldn't be friends with someone who voted for the other presidential candidate. Democrats, however, a far more likely to dismiss people than Republicans. 5%, for example, Republicans said they wouldn't be friends with somebody from the opposite party 5%. 37% of Democrats said that. 37% Democrats. I want nothing to do with anybody who voted for Trump.

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How Stephen Moore Came to Advise Then-Presidential Candidate Donald Trump

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | 5 d ago

How Stephen Moore Came to Advise Then-Presidential Candidate Donald Trump

"Second, but for those who may have heard you regularly on my show or when they tune in to newsmax or Fox, but they don't know the Stephen Moore story. Will you tell us how you got to be advising presidential candidates and then presidents, so give us a potted story of the more journey. I can tell you about meeting Trump for the first time if I may suggest because I've got a confession to make before I met Trump. I didn't like him very much. You know, I was a cruise guy way back when? Sorry? Were you a cruise guy originally? No, no, I was actually a Rand Paul guy. I'm pretty libertarian and I was well, I was helping ran. And I still love ram Paul, he's one of my favorite senators. And I remember Larry kudlow and I got a call from Donald Trump's office saying the gun candidate Trump. This was in late 2015. Would like to meet with Larry kudlow and myself and go to Trump Tower up about Fifth Avenue and I know you've been there are many, many, many times. And so, you know, I was curious about Trump. You know, I was curious about how he would have so many followers and such a short time. And, you know, there was something going on with trumpism. So I did want to meet him, but I didn't have that positive opinion of him. Until I went to his office and the first thing I noticed about Trump was that the people who work for him, the people around him loved him. And that tells you a lot about somebody. Are they treat the people that are around them? And they just thought he was the greatest thing on earth. And then I'll never forget Larry kudlow and I went into his office. You were in that office many times I know Sebastian. And we spent well over an hour talking to Donald Trump about everything. And he loves to

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"larry i" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:25 min | 3 months ago

"larry i" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Was just wonderful. Tell us about the substance of the article, the idea. Very important subject folks. Yes, the name of the article is David French, the principal conservative and many of the people who are watching who are listening may or may not know who David French is, but David French wrote for the now wrote for national review for many years now he's chief editor at the dispatch. And he seems to really specialize in criticizing Christians who might have had the nerve to vote for Donald Trump. And I want to be clear, that's going to Christian vote for Donald Trump. That makes no sense. That's crazy. Everybody knows Christians should vote for the pro abortion Biden. Don't everybody, everybody knows that. Before you get too far, in your article, you refer to something, man. I got hot under the collar. You referred to when you were adopting your beautiful daughter, Sasha from the Ukraine. If you don't mind, start with that, because this is I don't want to attack David French, okay? I know David French, but it's the idea he and others have taken what you are sort of ironically referring to as a principal stand. It doesn't strike me as a principal stand. It strikes me as something that wants to be a principle stand in that fails. Tell us just to start. What he said about your adoption of your wonderful daughter who just got married, God bless you. Let me be clear. He didn't personally criticize the adoption of my daughter, Sasha, rather, I was using that as an example of the same type of quote unquote principle conservative. When you're in the process of adopting such a little more than a decade, a go, every Ukrainian government's official that we dealt with Sasha had been abandoned at birth and raised in three different Ukrainian orphanages. Every Ukrainian government official who was involved in the process, we had to bribe, but for one, every single one of them. And when I wrote about this in my book, the grace effect, which you wrote a lovely endorsement for, by the way, there were a number of Christians who said, Larry, I can't believe that you paid bribes. I mean, I would never do that. I mean, if that's what it took to a dog, I would never do that. And I thought, you know, what a monstrous pride that says such a thing. I mean, basically, they were saying that for the sake of their principles, they would deny Sasha a home. Their principles were more important than she was. And the point that I'm simply making in that is I was comparing that in my article about David French to the unborn. Because David French said that he hoped Biden won the election. He wanted to see Biden win the election because he found Donald Trump to be somebody who had no character. He believed that Donald Trump was somebody who he just simply could not abide the thought of Donald Trump winning. And he preferred a person like Joe Biden. Now, to me, this is absolutely astonishing. That anyone who would even make the pretense of being a conservative, much less, a principled Christian conservative, I find it very troubling. But the other thing that I found troubling about this Eric is the fact that French uses scripture to back a positions of this kind. And in so doing, he kind of, you know, he hearkens back to the theocratic days of ancient Israel. And I thought now listen if you're going to make that kind of argument that Donald Trump has to live up to the standards of ancient Israel, theocratic Israel, then how in the world, David French, can you find yourself wanting to see somebody like Joe Biden or one of his favorites, Mitt Romney? You know, who it makes, you know, it was a Mormon. And definitely would not fall under the standards of a king of Israel. These kinds of things. And I've just found to be very dubious arguments, and I have noticed many Christians who have felt very strongly about what French has said, positively or negatively, but those on the negative side who felt like they're ill equipped. Really to fight back. So I thought, I'll do it for you. Okay, let me be clear, to me, it's tragic comedy that my Bonn offer book is selling better than any of my other books because the parallels have become so dramatic it's sick. When you talk about this, we call it virtue signaling today, right? Yeah. Evangelicals have been really criticized for only focusing on themselves. A very selfish view of the gospel that talks about my Salvation, my sensation. My relationship with Jesus and everybody else can go to hell, literally your figuratively. So if you go to the home of a Christian of that ill in Germany and say, are you hiding a Jew in the basement? Do you have any information about Jews? Rather than lie and preserve the life of a human being made in God's image. They would burnish their own moral stature by saying, no, no, no, I don't believe in lying. Go take the Jew kill that you murder the Jew, murder juice family. In other words, it's not the gospel. You are required by God to lie in a case like that, because morally speaking, not lying, is infinitely worse than lying. It doesn't even become a lie. Do you owe the Gestapo the truth about this bun off of rights about this in his ethics book? And this is the issue when somebody says, you know what? Your daughter, Sasha, let her rot in the Ukrainian orphanage. God will take care of her. You have to be clean. Don't ever bribe anybody. Don't ever give money to somebody to get her out to bring her to America so she can have a better life. It makes absolutely no sense. And I just want to be clear folks. This is theological error. We're not coming after David French per se. This is theological error. And if you make a theological error, unfortunately, you're playing into the hands of the devil, who likes to see people rot in orphanages who likes to see an economy in a country like America ruined by somebody like Joe Biden because he happens not to be Donald Trump. We have to be real clear Larry. It's not about David French. You're using him as an example. Unfortunately, he plays. Exactly. Perfectly. But there are many Christians who have this attitude and I salute you my friend for clarifying this in our two today, I'm going to be talking to John smirk about your article because it is.

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"larry i" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

03:49 min | 4 months ago

"larry i" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"They have to figure out how they can run the ball. They get running back healthy which may not be the next year. So i think it's gonna be a long year for them especially when their weapons on the outside. Hollywood brown sammy. Watkins haven't shown me over the course of their career. They can stay healthy for ninety percent of the game so he's going to have to do a lot of this with him. A porous offensive line and mark andrew. Mark andrews is great. But he's not. You know the second coming of ozzie. newsome okay. Like he's a good tied him but he's not going to be to carrying off like a chelsea so i lamar's me for a long year. I completely agree with that. My other quarterback issue is when the trade was made. Jared goff for matthew stafford. I said to wilbon. He's stafford's going to be the mvp and they're going to go to the super bowl and we'll of course because he has a house in arizona has decided that the cardinals will go to the super bowl. And i'm an idiot that the rams can't beat the cardinals now. Both teams were very impressive the other day. But where are you on my issue that that stafford could be the mvp and they could go to the super bowl particularly with the guy. Like sean mcvay. Another great play caller to stafford Has auto talented dude. I think i wanna see this. Here's the question that. I don't think anyone is ready or should be ready to answer. After one week is matthew stafford. A good player. That was stuck in bad situations. Excuse me a great player was stuck in bad situations in detroit or is he is now player that is going to be magnified when he gets to La and willie steele play that kind of mediocre level. A lot of people think he's great and if he's great tony the way. He showed the other night against the bears. He's great the way that a lot of people think he is. Then yeah he can be the mvp in the rams will be one of the three or four teams to beat in the entirely. I need to see a little bit more. I need to see matthew stafford when they can't run the football when everybody knows he's gonna throw it forty times that game against the competition. I wanna see him in when the expectations before the game start. Are you have to be in win against brady rodgers. Mahomes josh allen ben rothlisberger. I wanna see him in that situation because he told us his words not mine. I wanna play in big games. I wanna play meaningful games. Well guess what matthew staff pursue. I wanna see you playing those games. So all the talent there. Tony wouldn't be surprised if he is. Vp but. let's see him some bigger games. Not against andy dalton and nothing against any dog. But andy dalton is not putting shopping right. That's one hundred percent right. I'll get you out of here on this and it is probably way too early to tell on this That whether or not urban meyer will be successful in the nfl. But in your experience. I would think that you'd look at a lot of college. Coaches and very few very few are successful in the nfl and those that are often have an nfl back anyway. The college coaches is not success. Be interested in your opinion. Well i think that that first of all. I don't think the talent level in on college anywhere near in the pros and you can go out and recruit exactly who you want and you know you're going to win eight to nine games a year in a twelve game schedule of the town that you have and i think that also when you get to the pros the players are not afraid of you. They're not that they'll take away their scholarship. They don't allow you to be a dictator anymore and a lot of guys come in and they're not used to it. They don't understand that then. Some people are like pete carroll because he had a pro background you know before he went to college and then came back to the pros. What are your thoughts. And it's too early to make value judgment on urban meyer. But what are your thoughts on college coaches and their ability to win in the nfl coaches in general where they come from college high school..

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"larry i" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

05:04 min | 5 months ago

"larry i" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"Praising her fellow athletes at a competition this week every one ripped that was thirteen year. Old skateboarders sky brown one of the youngest people ever to win a what a medal at the olympics olympic medal. That is correct. He's a fabulous story. The skateboarding competition. Everybody expected this olympics would be a disaster with empty stadiums and unhappy locals in the weird facts. They keep calling it the twenty twenty olympics even though it is clearly twenty twenty one but the international olympic committee said you know people have good association with twenty twenty. Let's keep it but turns out. It ended up great there were amazing performances and inspiring comebacks and amazing shows of sportsmanship. The high jump champions agreed to share the goal to runners fell and helped each other up even the beloved. Us women's national soccer team graciously allowed a smaller more needy country to win the gold medal. I love that you brought up skateboarding to one i think. The skateboarders are used to not having a crowd because they were always like delinquent like an empty swimming pool in the backyard and the other interesting facts skateboarding in the olympics. Along with snowboarding the only two sports. They don't dare drug testing right. We already know. Go ahead have fun. Although it was stairs as we said that there were thirteen year olds one of them was drug tested and tested positive for formula. I'm waiting for same sex diving. That's sort of favorite event. They have that they do. I'm we i'm sorry. I thought you were hoping that would come in the future. But of course they do have it now. Yes same sex diving this they are. They're very monogamist like swans. Same-sex divers aka synchronized say never died with anyone else. It's true really. They dive for life. I know a few few olympics. I remember them talking about two of them. They were like sean. And carlos have been diving together for twenty years twelve years ago. Carlos went back to his native cuba. Sean waited for him to return before they die again. Oh my that is what i love. I love the announcers of things like that. Like when you have something like synchronized diving 'cause they get so excited. And i know it's because you only work one day every four years right. That's there is no synchronized diving in between the so this this is your chance and we watched the whole thing but let's be honest about diving. Did you splash or did you not splashes the only thing we all right rebecca rebecca. Here's your next quote defending himself from allegations of sexual harassment. I kiss people on the hand. I do embrace people i do. Hug people men and women. I do on occasion. Say chow bella on occasion. I do slim sweetheart or darling or honey again. That was somebody defending himself. He is as far as we know. Still the governor of new york who is it would be. Yes that was his defense which you heard from bill. What would his confession be. Hey you guys missed a few that that that pre video that kiss montage. It was like the world's worst remake of cinema paradiso off one of the things that governor cuomo did in his defense as he put out this weird like slide show of other politicians kissing or hugging people including president obama and bush embracing people of course they were hugging people to comfort them after disasters. What was the disaster. They had just met andrew. Cuomo if it's good or bad that the only thing that happens on both sides of the aisle is sexual harassment. I mean at what point do you get someone on your staff whose job it is. Don't do that just just. That's their only job. When today he can get it the handler. I can do it because i used to do. Bilingual customer service. Did you really. Yes i tell people in english and spanish that i could not turn your lights back on that. We are not coming to pick up your trash. I have a strong sir within me. So you would be andrew. Cuomo's customer service person. No no no no. No as soon as he hit went and he will stop. That was a good one assigns. It's just a very very just from the bottom of just like black woman..

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"larry i" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"larry i" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"On wait wait. Don't tell me back calling from philadelphia. Pennsylvania really are you really from philadelphia or are you just sucking up. I'm really from philadelphia. I'm about a mile from me. Man center right now or really. What are you hearing fillon. I just moved here for grad school. I'm gonna go back to school social work a while. You just moved to philadelphia. And i asked this without drawing your attention to the thousand philadelphians. We're listening what you think of philadelphia though bed or you are low. Rebecca thanks for calling in welcome to the show. Let me introduce you to our panel. This special week i up. You know her as a correspondent on the daily show with trevor noah and as honeybee on the great north on fox. It's dull say. Slow the author of obituaries. Great lives worth reliving. Who is starring this fall off broadway in the new douglas. Carter beane play fairy cakes. Raka rebecca and finally a comedian you can see for yourself in lincoln nebraska august twenty first at the zoo bar. It's alonzo boating. Hello rebecca so rebecca. Welcome to the show. You're gonna play. Who's bill this time. Of course bill kurtis. Right here. wive in front of an audience is going to recreate with his amazing abilities of mimicry. Three voices from the week's news your job correctly. Identify explained to of them do that. You will win our prize prizes. Ready to fly by excited. Your i quote with someone..

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"larry i" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:01 min | 5 months ago

"larry i" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Will even of the schools be we as they so they will read the other cheek. And don't larry just a couple of minutes left with you. You and i are colleagues on salem. Radio were both doing a fundraiser. For food for the poor. Before i remind people to give to your campaign which i hope they will Tell us a little bit about food for the poor because honestly this is a huge thing that we do every few months. What is your experience with them. They're a great organization. The money gets down to the intended. Beneficiary in percentage is far higher than the average charity. I've gone down to one amount of food for the poor. I've actually seen on hill. The longtime executive director inaction is a great organization. We've raised millions of dollars through salem. Four food for the poor They primarily a assist countries like haiti and like raul malo. Haiti is the poorest countries. You know in the western hemisphere the haitian lives on less than a dollar a day. And so we've been saving lives making people not late saving lives and giving people food. We're also been helping the become far more self sufficient helping farmers become far more far more effective to grow more things. And so it's an organization that i really really really loved so you can throw something in the tip jar for food for the poor. That would be absolutely great. Well i tell people go to my website. The radio website metaxas talk dot com taxes. Talk dot com. And you'll see the banner there and if you have anything leftover you wanna go to elect elder dot com larry. I'm serious if you're not elected governor of california. It's lights out it's game over. Caitlyn jenner and john cox. Whatever the they're not you. I would say anybody but gavin newsom but honestly i know you when you said. You're throwing the hat in the ring. This is a very big deal. People need to get behind you. So i'm sure anybody who can go to elder dot com or folks. Tell your friends online to give anything. Give a few bucks because this is for everything. I don't think there is a state in the union that is on the edge of the cliff. The way california is larry. I mean it's it's a sign of health that people have decided recall gavin newsom. Is it not. That's pretty dramatic. I think so. It's a state that has super majorities in the lower chamber the assembly and a super majority of democrats in the upper chamber. The senate. This man can get toppled. It gives whole for all the other states around the country that something can be done about crime about homelessness about the outrageous cost of living in about the way. This man completely ignored science and slapdown this date in a in a way more severe than any other governors while ignoring the very mandates. Himself people are had it. They're fed up. And i think it sends a message around the country gavin. Newsom did say something agreed with. He said if i get toppled it'll be a message to the democrat party. Let's send that message to the democratic party that we've had elder dot com well. But isn't it true though i mean. I think that things had to get this bad for a state even like california to say. This is no longer working. It's kind of funny for a while. People always joke about california. But we're we're at a point now where people's lives are being destroyed. Businesses are being destroyed. Obviously tons of people are leaving the state of california. It's going to be in free fall and they're going to be looking to the federal government to bail them out. I i think that apart from you leading that state. I don't see that it's going to end. Well you know. Our energy and infrastructure has not been significantly attitude since one thousand nine hundred seventy s when the state population would fifty percent. What it is. That's why we're having water shortages enrolling brown outs and we ought not be having that in a state. That's right next to the pacific ocean with all these brainiacs silicon valley we should be able to innovate ourselves out at any problem that we haven't I wanna story that kind of hope and optimism to california. Well just want to say thank you. Thank you for stepping up. Our country needs folks like you to step up sacrificial easy to do what is right.

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"larry i" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"larry i" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Figure if he decides to get back in and he was. He was a little while I had to. Stay pretty close to it, but the sales because he. Raises that I couldn't get him to quit. I'd have to grab. WELL LARRY IT WE'RE GONNA make it your That's an assignment. We want you to to get him back in the game. Come on the we we need we need owners like that. Should put another bug and his ear. Larry I can't. I can't thank you enough I I I was so looking forward to it and I know people are GonNa really enjoy it. Before we go. Though you gotTa tell us about the data. Quick coming up coming up when next Monday. I've got back in. That's that's thallium has not turned out to be a very good stallion. Baby was a nice grab source. And I was the phillies are really should not very big but really pretty and and when I was working or getting her prepared for the first race got she showed quite little. Runner. On the end she run terrible and it was partly my fault because they call me out of a nap and boy, we needed horse we to make this race goal. Can you enter and I said God? She's not ready. and. They said. That Back race go go said I put area at honored I told him I. said whatever you do just take her back. Make one wrong. So we don't look bad or takes her back and I guess because she had never been taken back. She just he'd never could get it around and tells you made this tour had to work for the steelers. And then run her back the other day, and then of course, they took off the grass again and she broken a tangle and never got involved in the Gad on that day said, he said, she run all over the track put blinkers on her. So I put blinkers on for this next one. And I hope it's on the term. A Can't believe she run that bad again. You know it's funny to a we've got a we've got a data link ourselves. That's down in in Florida and he's enormous. He's seventeen hands and we're taking our time with him named after named him after shook. His name's Claude Ray and I I think the more time you take in more patient you are with those data links the better off your. Fireball she's I mean God even after she around.

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"larry i" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"larry i" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"But you know in in all. Honestly I. Don't think I'm a good instructor I. Don't I don't know if I know how to relay. Everything, I learned and what I did, and the way I did it and and relay that to somebody. I just don't know I. Don't know if I have the ability to do that. And I don't want to be put in the situation where I'm GonNa fail and let people down and just so it really has needed my mind though a couple more questions Larry I. Let you go really appreciate your time Larry. Walker Baseball Hall of Famer my guest and to be from Canada Ferguson. Jenkins from Canada Hall of Famer now. Larry Walker what is it meant to Canadian baseball and your country such a proud country to have somebody from Canada. Go into baseball's hall of fame. Yeah. It's it's. A, it's a pretty neat thing. You know like I say he's the only one in there the only the only player, the only the only pitcher in analogous, the honor of being the only position player in and can cost. You know it's. It's a neat thing and. A lot of people are some are maybe a little disappointed, even though the correct decision was to put a cardinal's cap on my blacks or Rockies. Cap At black and some people wanted an expert one on there. You. Know like I say. I my my answer to that when they say that is, it is a Iraqis at the cardinals named is on the plaque. The experts name was on the plaque and there's a Canadian flag on my heart. That never goes away. So you know the the fact that I came north of the border and did something that. No other physician player has ever for my country is huge. And I hope it really inspires a lot of kids to play the game more north of the border, and and you know they have a chance. Though they grew up in areas where baseball isn't very plentiful, and we can't play all that many months of the season neither have you talked to tither O.`Neil I taught him in spring training, and he looks up to you being from Canada. And he said it's just amazing to see one of our own..

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"larry i" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"larry i" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Eighteen forty three be sure and use promo code Larry I was asked yesterday to about to the discrimination that black people place facing the employment market we're talking to somebody who for fourteen years ran a small company that placed lawyers with law firms and corporations and so I interact with human resource people and corporations fortune five hundred corporations non fortune five hundred corporations law firms and of course because I was in that industry I know people that place sales people that placed executives that place other people I was in the human resource personnel business for fourteen years and all I observed is anytime there was a qualified candidate and that candidate work was a person of color that candidate always always always had an advantage I never saw that can have a disadvantage other things being equal at one time and I told you before every corporation I ever dealt with had some sort of officer or some sort of diversity consultant or some damn thing to make sure that we had a diversified if employees staff and that nobody felt that they they were discriminated against and they were deaf deathly deathly concerned about lawsuits filed with the EEOC I remember when I was in law school one of my roommates was a computer engineering student and this is in the days where that was really really rare and I was fascinated by what he was doing with these big computers big IBM computer isn't it spreadsheet he would bring in all the stuff it was a new relatively new we're talking about in nineteen seventy the seventy five thirty six dash and when he graduated from university of Michigan he was recruited like a high school prep star by colleges he had his pick as did one of his study buddies who is also black I and the study buddy ended up going to proctor and gamble where I believe he had a very long career retired even dedicated to a wing or something like that to the engineering department at mercy Michigan he made so much money in this is in the seventies you're gonna tell me that there was there's more racist out racism now than there was in the seventies and a black college educated couple were both work have for a long time out earned your average white educated couple were both work and if you look at like I told the other German a call if you look at the unemployment rate for black married man the black unemployment rate is almost always been twice the unemployment rate for whites almost always however the unemployment rate for married black man is the same as the unemployment rate for whites now why would that be well because typically the average merry guys probably have a lot more responsibility a lot more concerned about his career a lot more concerned about her career investing rolling building being more focused having responsibility I don't you tell me but certainly if it's racism how can it be that a merry black man has the same unemployment rate as a white man how can it be in the reason I'm bringing these things up is because the reason people on the street is because they feel aggrieved they've been taught that they should feel aggrieved and then when you get specifics for what their grief about it becomes pretty clear that they've been taught to feel aggrieved this illusory what is for people to come here to come to an aggrieved country we're gonna be discriminating it's because they're black because of this because of that are you kidding the most fair country that's ever been there's a sociologists have been Harvard for decades his name is Randall Patterson have to be black in Democrat supported Obama in in the nineties he said America with all its flaws is the most fair majority white nation on the face of the earth provides more opportunities more advantages for black people than any other country including all of those of Africa and I told you but in nineteen ninety seven poll that was taken by time and see an end to this not some friends poll taken by some pro Republican organization where the media can dismiss it this is time and CNN and there's black teens in white teens do you feel racism is a major problem in America not too surprisingly both of them said yes then they ask the black teens do you feel that racism is a major problem a minor problem or no problem in your own daily life thank you my we're told that black kids are afraid of the cops and the cops are out to get them in all this eighty nine percent said racism was either a minor problem or no problem in my own daily life in fact more black teens in white teens that failure to take advantage of available opportunities is a bigger problem than racism we talking about here in number Obama said we got were ninety percent of the way there we can get the other ten percent don't forget to put any American people believe Elvis still life there's not a whole lot better you can do.

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"larry i" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"larry i" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The complimentary twenty minute introductory phone call got a question here from the mail back today from Larry an oral valley Larry says I just heard a great presentation about investing in the oil wells and I'm ready to jump in just want to be sure I'm not making a big mistake what do you think well Larry I would I wouldn't just jump in I would do your do your research due diligence if you have a financial adviser speak to them if you have a CPA speak to them as well I know there's some tax benefits of some of these well well depending on how they're structured and that's some of the appeal to some of these things oil and gas explicitly I deliver anytime there's any these type of things I know you know what wells it hasn't been that popular lately but you know certainly bit coined a few years ago you know I think now you know everybody wants to get into the the marijuana CBD thing you know stocks and that sort of thing I'd be careful with that too putting a majority of your money and I think it's risky so you know do your due diligence if it sounds too good to be true it probably is you know when everybody starts talking about something it's usually too late if it's too good to be true again why isn't everybody doing it and so just be careful you know don't put all your eggs in one basket you know speak to someone that's going to you know if they have tell you that they have a crystal ball that the heck can promise you this and promise you that I can run as fast as you can you know what we do it's complicated but it doesn't need to be you know it's gotta make sense we know how the markets work we have a long track record of it you know you want to make sure you have the right mixing that you're working with someone that's willing to put the time into the put a plan together for you and if the investments don't make sense to you you may be an expert you may not certainly you know if it doesn't make sense go with your gut feeling the guts always write my opinions so I would be leery if it's something you want to discuss with me yes more specifics about it I'm happy to to to talk to a little bit about it from what you're telling me but you know certainly reach out but I I'd be leery in and speak to some other people before you jump in there listening to saving with Silverman and if you like that complimentary twenty minute introductory call five two zero three three three seven six zero one injured number you can call or text again that number is five two zero three three three seven six zero one you're listening to saving with Silverman with mark Silverman in mark let's go to the mail bag because we have a question from Jane and Miranda and Jane says I'll be retiring in exactly one year what's on the list of things I need to do before I officially walk away from this job will change thanks for reaching out hopefully your hat working with an adviser you had conversations prior to this so you've kind of done some planning over the years to try to see where you're at and making sure that if you're walking when you're that you've done everything that you need to so you're gonna be able to stay retired but I'd say if you haven't I would get with someone that's willing to put the time to do a financial plan obviously I'm a little biased what I would recommend a CFP certified financial planner I'm certainly want you can go on the CFP board website and look for others in town that's where I would start because that's a good way to vet out who's going to actually put a plan together for you put the time in rather than somebody that just gonna try to sell you something but you definitely want to get all of your assets together making sure you have all your life insurance all those sorts of things if you have pensions your social security estimates what's not gonna look like maybe a list of goals whether you have it in your header is written down certain things you want to do in retirement and then how much you might need if you have a spending plan or or what we call were a budget of what you might need a retirement that's going to be helpful to to understand that we could run those numbers with inflation to show Hey you're gonna be okay you're not gonna be okay what you need to do getting all of your financial documents together you know you should have your tax return available for whatever you're going to meet with you know we requested as well your estate plan have you done any wheels hopefully at least a simple well what have you done any estate planning Jeff trust six cetera making sure you have all those documents in place or if you don't or at least have conversations or what you need well what's health you're gonna look like are you eligible for Medicare or if you're younger than sixty five what's the strategy there you have to go out get your own or you could get a spouse that maybe still working that you get on their plan or maybe your current employer will lie to stay on their planet she hit Medicare age so there's a lot that you need to do certainly reach out I mean I wouldn't waste anymore time if you're you're out you're really close you want to make sure that the investments are positioned properly you're not taking too much risk that you don't have a situation where like oh seven where the markets are going to tank and maybe now it's time it's out of the question so if you have too much in the market so you know those sorts of things you want to have a conversation with it just get yourself educated on lot of things to think about their Jane and the number to call if you like to talk further with mark Silverman about all of that it's five two zero three three three seven six zero one call or text five two zero three three three seven six zero one mark is always we have another good question here from the mail bag this is from norm in green valley Norman says how much risk it's appropriate to take with my investments now that I'm retired we'll learn that's a good question and it's going to be there's not one size fits all doesn't say if you're working you take this risk you need for not you take this risk everybody situations different such as you know or when you're now that you're retired congratulations are you sixty or seventy or eighty that's going to make a difference because how long is your money to last whether it's ten years twenty years thirty years or more we need to know that because we need to make sure that your money is growing and staying ahead of inflation the other thing is you know what how much are you spending per year how much you need in retirement you know what's the what's your health care options look like are you paying for health care or are you on Medicare years paying for maybe a supplement those are some things we need to know about which we tied into the budget as well you know what your long term care strategy do you have a plan in place are you going to be self insuring so those are some of the things also but I think the key is to understand this what do you have saved in your investments whether it be you know for one K.'s IRA's you know emergency funds all these different things that you have what type of returns you need to sustain you and that can help determine what your comfort level with risk is understanding that and making sure that the researcher come to what is going to keep you on track maybe you need to be more aggressive maybe need to be more conservative all these things planned but you really need that financial plan without that you're really flying blind unfortunately but if we can help in any way certainly reach out we're happy to have that conversation with you and kind of educate you on what your options are all right norm thank you very much for.

Larry I
"larry i" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"larry i" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"One get the complimentary twenty minute introductory phone call got a question here from the mail bag today from Larry in oral valley Larry says I just heard a great presentation about investing in oil wells and I'm ready to jump in just want to be sure I'm not making a big mistake what do you think well Larry I would I wouldn't just jump in I would do your do your research due diligence if you have a financial adviser speak to them if you have a CPA speak to them as well I know there's some tax benefits of somebody's well well depending on how they're structured and that's some of the appeal to some of these things oil and gas explicitly I deliver anytime there's any these type of things I know you know what wells it hasn't been that popular lately but you know certainly bit coined a few years ago you know it's a now you know everybody wants to get into the the marijuana CBD thing you know stocks and that sort of thing I'd be careful with that too putting a majority of your money and I think it's risky so you know do your due diligence if it sounds too good to be true it probably is you know when everybody starts talking about something it's usually too late if it's too good to be true again why isn't everybody doing it and so just be careful you know don't put all your eggs in one basket you know speak to someone that's going to you know if they have tell you that they have a crystal ball that the heck can promise you this and promise you that I can run as fast as you can you know what we do it's complicated but it doesn't need to be you know it's gotta make sense we know how the markets work we have a long track record of it you know you want to make sure you have the right mixing that you're working with someone that's willing to put the time into the put a plan together for you and if the investments don't make sense to you you may be an expert you may not certainly you know if it doesn't make sense go with your gut feeling the guts always write my opinions so I would be leery if it's something you want to discuss with me yes more specifics about it I'm happy to to to talk to a little bit about it from what you're telling me but you know certainly reach out but I I'd be leery in and speak to some other people before you jump in there listening to saving with Silverman and if you like that complimentary twenty minute introductory call five two zero three three three seven six zero one injured number you can call or text again that number is five two zero three three three seven six zero one you're listening to saving what Silverman with mark Silverman in mark let's go to the mail bag because we have a question from Jane and Miranda and Jane says I'll be retiring in exactly one year what's on the list of things I need to do before I officially walk away from this job will change thanks for reaching out hopefully your hat working with an adviser you had conversations prior to this so you've kind of done some planning over the years to try to see where you're at and making sure that if you're walking when you're that you've done everything that you need to so you're gonna be able to stay retired but I'd say if you haven't I would get with someone that's willing to put the time to do a financial plan obviously I'm a little biased what I would recommend a CFP certified financial planner I'm certainly want you can go on the CFP board website and look for others in town that's where I would start because that's a good way to vet out who's going to actually put a plan together for you put the time in rather than somebody that just gonna try to so you something but you definitely want to get all of your assets together making sure you have all your life insurance all those sorts of things if you have pensions your social security estimates what's not gonna look like maybe a list of goals whether you have it in your header is written down certain things you want to do in retirement and then how much you might need if you have a spending plan or or what we call were a budget of what you might need a retirement that's going to be helpful to to understand that we could run those numbers with inflation to show Hey you're gonna be okay or not to be okay what you need to do getting all of your financial documents together you know you should have your tax return available for whatever you're going to meet with you know we requested as well your estate plan have you done any wheels hopefully at least a simple well what have you done the state planning Jeff trust successor up making sure you have all those documents in place or if you don't or at least have conversations or what you need well what's health you're gonna look like are you eligible for Medicare or if you're younger than sixty five what's the strategy there you have to go out get your own or you could get a spouse that maybe still working that you get on their plan or maybe your current employer will live stay on their planet she hit Medicare age so there's a lot that you need to do what certainly reach out I mean I wouldn't waste anymore time if you're you're out you're really close you want to make sure that the investments are positioned properly you're not taking too much risk that you don't have a situation where like oh seven where the markets are going to tank and maybe now it's time it's out of the question so if you have too much in the market so you know those sorts of things you want to have a conversation with and just get yourself educated on lot of things to think about their Jane and the number to call if you like to talk further with mark Silverman about all of that it's five two zero three three three seven six zero one call or text five two zero three three three seven six zero one mark is always we have another good question here from the mail bag this is from norm in green valley Norman says how much risk it's appropriate to take with my investments now that I'm retired we'll learn that's a good question and it's going to be there's not one size fits all it doesn't say if you're working you take this risk you need for not you take this risk everybody situations different such as you know or when you're now that you're retired congratulations are you sixty or seventy or eighty that's going to make a difference because how long is your money to last whether it's ten years twenty years thirty years or more we need to know that because we need to make sure that your money is growing and staying ahead of inflation the other thing is you know what how much are you spending per year how much you need in retirement you know what's the what's your health care options look like are you paying for health care or are you on Medicare years paying for maybe a supplement those are some things we need to know about which we tied into the budget as well you know what your long term care strategy do you have a plan in place are you going to be self insuring so those some of the things also but I think the key is to understand this what do you have saved in your investments whether it be you know for one K.'s IRA's you know emergency funds all these different things that you have what type of returns you need to sustain you and that can help determine what your comfort level with risk is understanding that and making sure that the researcher come to what is going to keep you on track maybe you need to be more aggressive maybe need to be more conservative all these things planned but you really need that financial plan without that you're really flying blind unfortunately but if we can help in any way certainly reach out we're happy to have that conversation with you and kind of educate you on what your options are all right norm thank you very much for.

Larry I
"larry i" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"larry i" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The complimentary twenty minute introductory phone call got a question here from the mail back today from Larry in oral valley Larry says I just heard a great presentation about investing in oil wells and I'm ready to jump in just want to be sure I'm not making a big mistake what do you think well Larry I would I wouldn't just jump in I would do your do your research due diligence if you have a financial adviser speak to them if you have a CPA speak to them as well I know there's some tax benefits of somebody's well well depending on how they're structured and that's some of the appeal to some of these things oil and gas explicitly I deliver anytime there's any these type of things I know you know what wells it hasn't been that popular lately but you know certainly bit coined a few years ago you know it's a now you know everybody wants to get into the the marijuana CBD thing you know stocks and that sort of thing I'd be careful with that too putting a majority of your money and I think it's risky so you know do your due diligence if it sounds too good to be true it probably is you know when everybody starts talking about something it's usually too late if it's too good to be true again why isn't everybody doing it and so just be careful you know don't put all your eggs in one basket you know speak to someone that's going to you know if they have tell you that they have a crystal ball that the heck can promise you this and promise you that I can run as fast as you can you know what we do it's complicated but it doesn't need to be you know it's gotta make sense we know how the markets work we have a long track record of it you know you want to make sure you have the right mixing that you're working with someone that's willing to put the time into the put a plan together for you and if the investments don't make sense to you you may be an expert you may not certainly you know if it doesn't make sense go with your gut feeling the guts always write my opinions so I would be leery if it's something you want to discuss with me yes more specifics about it I'm happy to to to talk to a little bit about it from what you're telling me but you know certainly reach out but I I'd be leery in and speak to some other people before you jump in you're listening to saving with Silverman and if you like that complimentary twenty minute introductory call five two zero three three three seven six zero one injured number you can call or text again that number is five two zero three three three seven six zero one you're listening to saving with Silverman with mark Silverman in mark let's go to the mail bag because we have a question from Jane and Miranda and Jane says I'll be retiring in exactly one year what's on the list of things I need to do before I officially walk away from this job will change thanks for reaching out hopefully your hat working with an adviser you had conversations prior to this so you've kind of done some planning over the years to try to see where you're at and making sure that if you're walking when you're that you've done everything that you need to so you're gonna be able to stay retired but I'd say if you haven't I would get with someone that's willing to put the time to do a financial plan obviously I'm a little biased what I would recommend a CFP certified financial planner I'm certainly want you can go on the CFP board website and look for others in town that's where I would start because that's a good way to vet out who's going to actually put a plan together for you put the time in rather than somebody that just gonna try to so you something but you definitely want to get all of your assets together making sure you have all your life insurance all those sorts of things if you have pensions your social security estimates what's not gonna look like maybe a list of goals whether you have it in your header is written down certain things you want to do in retirement and then how much you might need if you have a spending plan or or what we call were a budget of what you might need a retirement that's going to be helpful to to understand that we could run those numbers with inflation to show Hey you're gonna be okay you're not gonna be okay what you need to do getting all of your financial documents together you know you should have your tax return available for where we are going to meet with you know we requested as well your estate plan have you done any wheels hopefully at least a simple well what have you done any estate planning Jeff trust successor up making sure you have all those documents in place or if you don't or at least have conversations or what you need well what's health you're gonna look like are you eligible for Medicare or if you're younger than sixty five what's the strategy there you have to go out get your own or you could get a spouse that maybe still working that you get on their plan or maybe your current employer will live stay on their planet she hit Medicare age so there's a lot that you need to do certainly reach out I mean I wouldn't waste anymore time if you're you're out you're really close you want to make sure that the investments are positioned properly you're not taking too much respect you don't have a situation where like oh seven where the markets are going to tank and maybe now it's time it's out of the question so if you have too much in the market so you know those sorts of things you want to have a conversation with it just get yourself educated on lot of things to think about their Jane and the number to call if you like to talk further with mark Silverman about all of that it's five two zero three three three seven six zero one call or text five two zero three three three seven six zero one mark is always we have another good question here from the mail bag this is from norm in green valley Norman says how much risk it's appropriate to take with my investments now that I'm retired we'll learn that's a good question and it's going to be there's not one size fits all it doesn't say if you're working you take this risk you need for not you take this risk everybody situations different such as you know or when you're now that you're retired congratulations are you sixty or seventy or eighty that's gonna make a difference because how long is your money to last whether it's ten years twenty years thirty years or more we need to know that because we need to make sure that your money is growing and staying ahead of inflation the other thing is you know what how much are you spending per year how much you need in retirement you know what's the what's your health care options look like are you paying for health care or are you on Medicare years paying for maybe a supplement those are some things we need to know about which we tied into the budget as well you know what your long term care strategy do you have a plan in place are you going to be self insuring so those some of the things also but I think the key is to understand this what do you have saved in your investments whether it be you know for one K.'s IRA's you know emergency funds all these different things that you have what type of returns you need to sustain you and that can help determine what your comfort level with risk is understanding that and making sure that the researcher come to what is going to keep you on track maybe you need to be more aggressive maybe need to be more conservative all these things planned but you really need that financial plan without that you're really flying blind unfortunately but if we can help in any way certainly reach out we're happy to have that conversation with you and kind of educate you on what your options are all right norm thank you very much for the question.

Larry I
"larry i" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"larry i" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"So why are we so fast why are we so I I really still go back to those portions and the size of the food that we eat ten I mean look at you go to these places it's like what kind of cut prime rib do you want a hundred forty ounces I mean you can do these crazy things portions right and you are because if you feel like you're getting your what I just say to you when we were talking about brunches and stuff I don't feel like I mean forty dollars worth so I don't really go to branches and also this was consonants loved heats we we are consumers of food as part of our culture the Italians the Germans all those folks who just learned they're great cooks that's where it all started we love to eat we love to get together as families I can remember going to my grandmother's house this is gonna be six fifty years ago okay and we would have contests to see how much spaghetti because it's open what years your family you're a bunch of guys one of the brothers cousins and stuff but we would go crazy eating pasta but that was one time right yeah once every once in awhile right let's get Larry I could bill rather he's been compromised but I don't know hold for awhile ago all right hi how you doing I was amazed Polish and I'm going to be seventy co come in may and what I have we have eight kids family I was eating buttered noodles every day and I how might get away with this god I'm in so good you know and so I mean I was raised really not to eat well live because we had so many kids are familiar in all of that everything else but by over the years my wife had married a German my person before me for fifteen years and so when when I married her for we've been married thirty years now and she would take the plate and took all those food on it and I I certainly have to appointments I can't I can't eat too much well I told her I did and I I just came out and said one day here great cook I love your food if you keep on doing this you're going to kill me yeah I I I and I don't want to hurt your feelings so I'm going to give you a plate half that size you can fill it up as much as you want.

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"larry i" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"larry i" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Next caller on the match we can't show come on down what's your question hi Larry I bought out of the two thousand rodeo y'all did the hundred thousand mile service on motor a few years ago recently I have no problem with the electrical system hello one of those little voltage read outside plug into the cigarette lighter so I am constantly watch the voltage of the system and if the engine is cold and especially if the ambient temperature and cold overnight the alternator doesn't kick in all started and now run down the road and I'm running up the battery because it only shows like the lucky one eight zero one point six volts after a while maybe a mile to also know alternator kickstand and voltage jumps up to thirteen point eight wow not replace alternator twice well you know the only thing that day when you turn your key to the on position does your battery you're all better like come on yeah okay it it's not yes okay in after you start the vehicle up does that light go off not if the alternators not picked them up a little beyond and sometimes the brake light up for ya okay if the light is coming on see now this is the way the system works the light has to be on and then when you start the engine up that allows the alternator to excite itself to start charging now if the lights coming on I don't think you've got any other issue other than a possible alternator I mean I hate to tell you that but there's really not a whole lot else that you've got that system on that vehicle does use a fuse but if you're fuse with the alternator fuse was blown on that vehicle you would have a an issue where the the light would not come on whenever you turn your key to the on position so is long as that light comes on what that does is it sends power to the alternator add through one of the circuits and that allows that alternator to turn on once the engine starts if it you know so you it's doing basically when that light is on when you turn the key on your ears you're doing a self test that allows an alternator to self excite and start charging you know if the light wasn't coming on then we would know it was either a bald or either a fuse issue but if the lights coming on when you turn the key on and then eventually goes off by itself you know you're really not doing anything else and that one there does not excite through the computer system according to the wiring schematic so you know it's basically the ball does what is exciting the alternator and if it does charge if you hit a bump or drop in for a mile or two really the only thing left is the alternator itself is as bad as I hate to say that you know and what the you know a loose connection could cause an issue like that but if you had it on and off a few times and you know the bottom line is let him test the alternator take it off let him test it see what's going on and then if nothing else get another all nighter another thing you can do is put of all ages tester on the battery started up when when it's not charging start moving your wiring harness around just to make sure that there's no shorts on the wiring harness you know hours or something that's actually lose but other than that you know Dave that's really about all the advice I can really give me on that one thanks for calling in day let's roll right along we're going to head to Deltona and talk with Peter who's got one of those Lincoln MKZ easier time out earlier on in the show there Larry Peter will come on what's your question filler Perry Hey there you have a question about my car won't start when I turn the key I guess I don't have any there's nothing my daughter my daughter's car so I'm just responsible to fix it right so I don't really know a lot about it but I know it when I when I look at it you're not alone stars are charged battery and the last time was a batter but this time they charged buyers of an hour and it still won't do it all right now when you turn the key you're not getting any cranking or anything correct I'm I'm not but I did earlier I did if I hold the key in the start position for maybe a couple two three seconds it will it will roll over it may not start okay it may not start right away but it it'll it'll it'll roll it'll crank couple times and and and and drop off and do it again and eventually I might even get the start honestly I would think in the PHP but I didn't know that now but let's start with that couldn't find start relate anywhere in this car turn to think here the you know when you went up on any of the newer vehicles when you put a key and you turn it in and you will go to crack in it done crank if your if your dash lights are coming on a lot of times it's a passkey system you know that's that's just not reading a key correctly for first thing you want to do is if you have an extra key or fob or whatever try that see what happens other than that you know you you should have a relay in the fuse or relay center on that for the starter going to have to go on actually 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"larry i" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"larry i" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Larry I do and I have a couple reasons for that yeah well let's wait but not there the president expressing his thoughts to one adviser is not illegal they do it all the time I that that's what they're for I'm not mistaken you know the other thing the jail already already said all other presidents have broken the law by withholding funding so let's bring in somebody from the jail and point that out to the American people trump is not the first one to do this nor will he be the last right nor nor should he be the last because he didn't do anything illegal or improper exactly and you know the Democrats are ready said they're going to impeach president trump again if he's acquitted so let's take the wind out of their sales bring all those witnesses in now expose the truth a clear the runway for trouble land in twenty twenty all right that's Roberts opinion bring on the witnesses get ago and by the way you might remember if you listen this program that I I my instinct was let's have it all out but it has to be all of it the only way the president can properly defend himself and say listen there was a legitimate reason beyond my personal political gain to investigate counter crowd strike and to investigate the removal of the prosecutor in Ukraine at the at the behest of Joe Biden while his son was getting a sweetheart deal the only way to properly defend himself is to have hunter Biden Joe Biden have other experts come in and explain why there is a legitimate reason to do that he wasn't able to do that my house he wasn't able to call whatever witnesses he won he would be able to question hunter Biden about his oil and gas in Ukrainian expertise as to why that odd dud legitimized a fifty to eighty thousand dollar a month job so it's my is it was let's have it live were absolutely bring but as I see this play out I recognize that not only is this entire thing a farce and the house should not you know that the house did a terrible job in didn't let this go through the appropriate channels the product that they created this abuse of Congress that you heard a Gerry in Potomac falls just just harping on guys you've been stonewalling is installed always with yeah that he's gone through the courts to have judges determine whether someone has to testify which is what every presence on beforehand just because the house decided they don't want to wait that's impeachable what city an abomination to our constitution I want to legitimize that sh slipshod process by having the Senate bailout Adam Schiff and Jerry Nadler because they couldn't get the job done the right way the first time and the further this does on the even though I think this helps the president I think it makes Democrats look terrible he's actually polling better than he did before it all happened I actually care about things more than that I care more about who we are as a nation and how we relate to each other and as long as this continues we continue to be divided we continue to debate we continue to be our troubles throats the best thing that could happen for this country is the United States Senate to say I know you guys don't like this man but he was elected president he didn't do anything that rises to the level of impeachment and removal you don't like them I got an idea why don't you make Ukraine central to your argument in the twenty twenty elections let the American people decide and we get on with our lives the man as president he won the election he stays there until you vote him out or he ends of his second term that actually would go a long way getting people to stop screaming at the sky in their anguish over the bad orange man in the White House and get us back to becoming United nation if we could if we ever could we keep this farce up in the Senate we continue to be divided it continues to be a wedge between us but what do you say triple eight six thirty WMAL it's the kind of shows chicken with that Rodriguez in the hit deed carpet cleaning truck is worth one Sir bye and bound dot org let's go back to the freeway.

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"larry i" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"larry i" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"For ACL in his heart he's okay Larry I would take him out that they come out they allow brothers and celebrate I love the lamb burgers phenomenal thank god love does it thanks for the call to New Jersey one one point five great is in Easton Pennsylvania and New Jersey one a one point five hybrid Hey Steve how you doing man good how are you don't really good thanks so I live in Houston but I worked in Skillman and I grew up in in Bridgewater summer Jersey kit at heart IGN out trackers to instill in is pretty good but the best burgers I've had and anywhere around the rocky hill in against in rocky hill technically after they have been the actual account surround but that place it was on diners drive ins and dives it's got this that's the rocky hill burgers bacon cheeseburger with fried egg burn it due to the change our lives you know so well times is the bars the little nickel beer bar the makes the best burger and nobody knows at this yeah yup this place is there's a hole in the wall you wouldn't know it from the outside of work looking for a quick just south of the street so good and you like the fried egg on the burger our do it awesome it it did it completes the tester look at you know get that little bit of money yeah I don't even like I'm usually catch up or condiment guy and with anything on it it is perfect all right great thanks for the call to New Jersey one a one point five it did the stress factory ones and Vinnie brand grows is old age you got to try to breakfast burger and he's right it was I was seriously from nominal and the next time I go right I I get one to go and I'm working at a place and there's a homeless guy in front of me and these I was gonna get a well I tried to give money he's pointed the Berg I why I do it when right I gave him the burger and watching him eating it at a table on the street I'm walking away and rolls along the jury will take the money I wanted to do a three one a one point five we are looking for the best burgers in New Jersey we got Joe in Clark I'm New Jersey one a one point five hi Joe there the goblin about all right on I had used but when I talk to the person that answered the phone but as I was on hold I remembered another one as well you dialed first it was good being the the white mana and the white man in pack intact and although the white diamond in Clark that's the it's just basically a point they're both twenty four hour joint street you go and they cooked the burgers right on top but on you and build a Greek good to get to a clock in the morning may either wanted granular wanted group tavern in Newark that that is the great bar burger I am one of the best I've had so what did you like the bar burger is better than the regular restaurant burgers or is that you know how close are they I definitely like the bar burger is better than I I'm not a big fan of restaurant burgers than local night thing clean in Needham her dirty greets that's right I want to see the fingerprints in the bard yeah yeah do you really deserve a like a murder I want the prince in the barge thanks for the call of the New Jersey auto one point five the the what the not the way the with the one the one Clark is fantastic and Easter is the white diamonds yeah white matte white diamonds because I've eaten there before is a place called comedy haven that perform that and they're right up the block and there would you stop in there on the way home I got I stopped in there when they think they have a G. one one five dot com I interviewed the guy making the burgers because they were so good I did a story on just like right off the top and paid for the burger because that's the can again.

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"larry i" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"larry i" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Welcome back to the Larry elder show so far you know I I'm getting across the pool with all the people are making of it because this area and my question is Democrats that are thinking this is okay for the leader of the world I love the increase of Joe Biden who were these supporters who does through it almost doesn't have the ability to see this as incompetent I'm I'm shocked at Democrat I'm a Democrat and I'll never vote democratic again Larry I love by the way you know I should understand it get hot I got a lot I got that that that that that she used to come up well watch back up again I learned about how dare you there you nine seven one eight the eight triple eight nine seven one seven two four three Larry elder really thank you that comes to DO now that's something you need to know about relief factoring about speaking.

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"larry i" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"larry i" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You know, cashflow really probably isn't the solution except for those little cash flow to get that gym membership up and go in and and nobody's ever said that a diet is cheap. It's usually to eat good food usually costs a little bit more money. So cashflow does tie into almost everything we could really say. But so when we're looking at setting the goals New Year's resolutions as far as what we wanted to accomplish. And I know it's not New Year's right now. But we set these goals we always want. To change. We always want to add we always want to have this. We always want to have that. It is amazing. How often it ties back to you? Okay. Well, then we need a little more cash flow, and Larry I love what you were saying that last one it's not all about just going and getting another job. And that is one of the first kind of natural reactions. Let's go get another job. But nothing about this. And I know we're on the radio. So it's hard for you guys to interact with us right now. But just for fun. Go ahead and raise your hand. If you hate your job, right? Most the hands went up right now. And most people that we talked to like, yeah. I don't really really love my job. I wish I was doing something else. Well, then why is the natural solution to go to? Let's get another one of these miserable situations to add to our life. Right. Let's talk about cash flow, and how cash flow can be a source of freedom for somebody because it really is that quality time in our life. They really we we we want more of an adding in a second job to be the the the, quote, unquote, income solution ends up being something that just seems detrimental to our overall health and our overall mental wellbeing and one of the things that we've got this new generation coming up and. There's always so many like interesting things that we say about the millennials, right? It's like, oh, this millennials that the one thing that the millennials got figured out that I love about that generation. They're all about life experiences and doing whatever it takes to make sure they have that those life experiences that they want rather than you know, generations past. It's been all have fun when I'm seventy I don't want to worry about having fun right now on fun when I'm seventy now when you start thinking about it, though, it starts being fairly counter intuitive to say, I'm going to have fun when I'm seventy it's not there's anything wrong with when you're seventy but you're probably not in a situation where you can go rock, climbing or zip or zip lining or something like that. Like, you are when you're in your twenties, and there's all these other things that you can experience. But no matter how old we are. No matter how young we are it all ties back to having the cash flow to be able to go out and do that. But these are some of the issues that I've heard over and over especially when somebody gets into the retirement age, they say, you know, one of the problems that I have is they say one of the problems. I have is I spent all my health trying to generate wealth. And now, I'm spending all of my wealth trying to preserve my help. That kind of reminds me a little joke when the guys young he said he was tough and ruthless. When he gets older, he's roughened toothless. But I think at this point right now, if you're looking back into concept of jobs, let's just do the whole iterative. How this comes about? Right. We want to get out of school. We're told our whole lives, you I'm going to show you you're gonna finish my sentence. Ready? We go to school to get good. What grades you get good grades? We can go to a good. What school you go to a good school? And you got a good what wife or? Shop. Get a good job. You make a lot of what money..

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