13 Burst results for "Lisa Portion"
"lisa portion" Discussed on Only A Game
"Broadcast it really feels like this is all being put on. Hold at the worst possible time. Yes it's not great timing no coming off a great year Obviously the World Cup but I think we also get momentum from other sports as well as the WNBA had their contract negotiations. And you know what was a really big win? Not just for them but for other women's sports as well and sort of of course we would love to just kind of roll right into it but this will just demand our creativity when we get back out there well as all this was sort of happening as the Olympics were postponed and seasons were delayed. I've gotTA think it had to be somewhat of a mixed bag for both of you. I mean on the one hand. It's the only decision that could possibly be made for. Everyone's safety on the other hand. It's got to be kind of scary to be told as so many people are right now. You just can't do your job. Yeah I think We actually might have a little bit of a unique standpoint in that my dad has actually been like monitoring. He's a doctor. Which kind of gives them a little bit of street cry. But I'm not joking. I remember the day. 'cause he was visiting me in Seattle. It was like February twenty third and he was like I wouldn't be surprised if the Olympics are cancelled and I was like what like no but then like again he yeah. He was visiting for a couple of days so like in those couple of days. We have more and more conversations. I remember I even had just in those couple of days had gotten to a point where I was like no dad if anything they would go fan Lewis like they would figure out a way and I was like relying on this to Meghan very quickly. I was in a mental space of like. Oh my God this might get canceled so truth be told when it finally came out that it was being postponed. A year was music to our ears kind of like booth. At least it's happening. It was it was kind of a weird time to the further. It got along without cancelling it put a lot of stress on athletes. Most of the athletes haven't qualified yet so to find pools to swim in or I don't know judo players like they're gonna be being able to practice or if you have to get on track so it was kind of putting this undue pressure when all the signs were kind of pointing to locate clearly. It's not gonNA happen and then really like all that it takes to put on the Olympics. During this global pandemic this global crisis we should probably be diverting those efforts and moneys and focus and brain power into cove in nineteen and not putting on the Olympics. Absolutely let's talk about some financials of the women's sports world the minimum salary in wfl is just twenty thousand a year most players in the WNBA rely on playing overseas to pay the bills. What could a prolonged stoppage mean for athletes in your leagues? And is there a lot of concern among your teammates? I think there is concern. Yeah as far as I know the plan is to pay everyone through whenever this is I think everyone's still hoping that at some point you know. During the summer late summer that Lisa portion of the season will go on but it is quite uncertain obviously for the financial stability of each team in the league. It's GonNa be difficult to pay all the salaries out without having you know really any income coming in being able to play those games. So it is worrisome. For sure for us You know similar in that as far as this. Wma seasons concern. We don't know what's going to happen. We do have fairly regular calls with our commissioner. There's updates but then it's always like that's GonNa Probably Change in twenty four hours because this whole thing is changing. Every day I think at the end of the day we won't know till we know we don't have what a lot of people have been talking about with the NBA. Which is the force majeure? We don't have that in our CPA. So that kind of adds a different wrinkle for us but more than anything. I mean you mentioned a lot of us play overseas. That's where we make most of our money to be honest although the new CBA have changed that. But most of our money's made over there and you know those leagues had to stop this year so a lot of the women were home probably by early. March. Let's call it. And so they missed out anywhere from two two and a half months worth of salary and then I actually worry about next year's overseas market because I remember in two thousand eight two thousand nine when the market crashed there were teams in Europe that folded. I do think the WNBA will figure it out. I think it'll be fine. Long-term I actually worry more about overseas. You both must be speaking with other athletes about all of this. How do you help each other through all this uncertainty? We're doing doing it home. How are you getting your gun and see what everyone's doing and have runs keeping saying everyone's pretty much doing the same things? We are trying to a lot of memes being created the names. Not Not as much serious talk. I mean I think early on like like I said. I had a lot of Teammates who were overseas so once that travel ban got put on for Europe. There was a couple of them flying back and we were like every step of the way I was like what's happening now. Are you in customs. What's that light you know like now it's kind of more into like the light and Fluffy? China Help People. Kinda SORTA get through the day with just like like I said memes and you know trash talk if you will that happens just you know that's most of my group chatting with my team as anything that's great so one more serious question before we have a little fun. I think my worry is that when sports come back and they will come back that everyone's going to be so excited about the return of men's pro sports that the women schemes are going to be even more forgotten than they are an in normal year. So I'm wondering what we can realistically do to keep the momentum going when sports return I think we just need to to keep out there and keep talking about it and keep putting our sport on display. If it's a really no one has ever come to our games in left and are like Oh. That's not that exciting to watch. I mean I think we need to have a concerted marketing effort once we get back and making sure that everyone knows when the Games are probably a little bit more affordable than some of the other pro sports but hopefully people will respect the fact. Really that we've continued to train this whole time and will come out and watch. Us play and support our leaks. This time is extremely unique and I think a lot of female athletes similar to male athletes but a lot of female athletes are popping up on podcasts and ID lives and we're obviously doing our own little. It live just shot quick to all the healthcare workers people on the front lines in the hospital by hospitals hospitals. And I think part of what makes men's sports successful. Yes the way they play and all that good stuff but also we know a lot about them. We see their personalities. 'cause I mean to be blunt. They're shoved in our faces. Which as a as a fan. I love all sports. I don't mind it but now I think you are starting to see a lot of female athletes and that can draw people as well so hopefully. That's a nice little bonus. Absolutely it's been fun. I been saying like now's the time anyone you've been wanting to talk to you forever for them now because they have time so I wanna I in this conversation on a happy note and all of us who have been asked to work from home had some trouble adjusting to the new routine. I've had to get used to my closet here And it sounds like you have not been entirely immune from that. I understand that you have something resembling actual exercise equipment now. But I'm hoping you can describe to me how you manage to keep working out without anything resembling real workout gear. We had like a back pans out. Walls at one point. Yeah yes so. It was a backpack of water bottles. We waited on a scale. Where like all right? We've got a twenty pound dumbbell here and then we had like a water jug filled with water way that it was like all right. This is the ten pound quote Medicine Mall. We're supposed to be using then. We ordered some stuff so it's gotten a bit easier. We were doing lunges in our hallway. The Hallway we step up on the coffee table with early. You just you just gotTa get created today though we have to find a steep hill. That's we gotta get created today. Where like looking Google maps like asking my brother-in-law unlike do you know of any hills but the one thing? I think we've learned also you can't be too hard on yourself through this time right like all right if I'm supposed to be doing X Y and Z and it's just too hard to figure out that's OKAY JUST DO ABC. Yeah just relax and call today and like be kind to yourself all right soon. Megan thank you so much for this. It's been great. Thank you for having that Seattle Storm Point Guard Sue Bird and well rain forward Megan re piano and if you're wondering where you can watch their updates from home I've been wanting to shave my head to and then like I did a little test today and I was like a lot of. We'll have links to sue and Megan's INSTAGRAM's at only a game dot org if you missed our conversation last week with comedian Gary Coleman. It's not too late. Subscribe to the only game podcast. And you'll find all of our most recent shows if you like what you hear. Consider leaving.
"lisa portion" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"Us mush. Intelligence available to the average guy does that are incredibly sophisticated own their needs. We WanNA find. We work really hard to find representations of it that a normal retailing best can understand so we don't feel doubting Crypto was born out of frustration with the traditional. Finance Systems. Are trying to centralize Dangerous structure so just looking at those ethos. We don't feel that intelligence should be a privilege of the institutions with a lot of capital. We think that it should be available to anybody. At the same token we tried to also served they. They provide sophisticated most bring body to institutions to Quan phones to To all sorts of other companies that are starting in the in the space bud saw even at the pro. Will we have a section? That is very focused on that retail audience. And that's what you have seen going mark Coin Deco Bitcoin is tripped late. I know there's an enormous portion that he's very very focused on your researcher trade or the person that really understands. The marketing wants to formulate Theses buying both cases. Were just trying to come up with this. Take old this pieces of data. That are hard to get a hard to clean up ontrol old. This complex statistical machine learning most make available to everyone so telling us we can get into into this race. We think that that's going to help crypt until you both in a more healthy in a healthier way. Yeah absolutely I mean. We talk about really complex models. You've got a company like Google. That will never reveal what their search engine actually looks for. Or How rinks things and people have no idea what to do is just as huge guessing game and as soon as people think they figured out the rug gets swept out from under him but their entire businesses rely on where they ranked in the search engine and it seems like a really unfair game. But you guys are giving this information away for free to so many people and really it helps the entire world. Take a step forward to where you know. These closed systems. Google Microsoft were being forced to participate in open source and share some of these things. So it's amazing that you guys are doing this name financially. Stephen Worse tried because his things so expensive in traditional capital markets will yet access to intelligence that that has been At benefit of the big phone sex can opt for hiring top data scientists on competed. I'm buying expensive. Data sets an old that but did the blockchain. Gabriel certain level of transparency. That is globally available To to anyone with Who has it the capability to mine it so now? We think that we should be built on that. I'm extrapolating telegrams from from those data sets Allah to everyone as well so now that the data is available it can still be really confusing for the average consumer. Who's not used to it? We look at you know maybe volume and price and that's it so the insights that you're providing which one do you think is most helpful for everybody and how should it be interpreted such as you know when you see this inside. Look like this what should we do? I mean it's a very very basic where where's the starting point is. We provide a very brought up portfolio. Today's over fifty signals on a growing Very fast so just next. We're GONNA open our shop thrown erupted on On this complex financial instruments so there are many Signals that I can think of. That could be a that. Could be interesting so let me give you a couple of examples so all one cigna has become extremely popular is really a combination of of multiple bodies this family that we call the in and out of the money. We borrow some nomenclature front front options trading but essentially this strike to understand who is making money who is losing money in a in a given critical asset. And that's a calm that anybody can relate to Regardless of your of your level of expertise now I cannot tell you who is making money or losing money on apple stock but I can't would certain level of statistical accuracy Cryptocurrency lie bitcoin. So they've recently that's important is because if you're going to place trade and I can tell you that if the price of Bitcoin goes up they're happy. There is a number of addresses a number of investors that have been losing money that they might become active. Doug if you a better understanding of who your who your counterparty on that trade will be or immortal technical way to think about that a gift more objective ways to think about the famous concept of Support Andhra systems in trading war GonNa be the next barriers if the price goes up or down typically in technical analysis would try to figure that out by just using price. I'm volume here. You can actually individual positions. I can tell you that six hundred thousand people but bitcoin between X. Price on x prize so if if big Move winning that range. A portion of the volume is going to be in place. So that's one example. Another example might be large transactions that are disproportionately large compared to to your our trade. That could be a signal of money. Going INTO UNAC- chase. I could be a precursor to a large position or or a large cell sorter Said signal that people might relate to is new money coming in. This is a signal that we call traders so addresses that are that trae very actively in within a short period of time every single price rally that we have seen in the last few years has said correlation with new money coming in on. People Arctic trading. So if you pay attention to that indicator make sense right. The price of those are people get excited create new announcing coin base or something on his star by so if you play a pension to those indicator those are things that people can relate is very difficult to calculate. It's very difficult to to curate. That they run those malls at extract that intelligence by the end result is something that a normal retail investor can relate to? I Love I love both of those one thing that you noted You know we. We do a lot of technical analysis here. We we've got a a group. It's called the crypto. One Zero one insiders we've got a one insider DOT COM. You could find out You know we post a lot of technical analysis and we do all sorts of different You know support and resistance studies and I'm going to start incorporating Some some usage of your indicators as well into my analysis but I I liked what you said about. You know if you could see that. A certain class of investors a certain group of people bought six hundred thousand people about bitcoin. Fourteen thousand dollars when price gets back to that level. You know that you're going to have six hundred thousand dollars of underwater investors who are going to be looking to sell and out at break eve. Lisa portion of it is so you can get an idea what volume is is going to be a token for instance you. You're looking at a change order books all the time on your seeing bid than asked price lot way can tell you things like like okay. How many big coins or how much is being held at each one of those exchanges? So you have fun idea. The order books are completely crazy on a or they have some correlation way. What the chains has increase? Serve those type of things ending investor on their son and honest. They're extremely hard to up to put together but again the final Of It is relatable everyday normal investor. Should be able to take advantage of the hundred percent. Yeah that's great and I mean it's always such a hassle to go look manually through all the different order books to see what the bid and ask depth is but with a system like yours It aggregates everything into one place and gives you a nice Graphical user interface so I. I'm really excited about all the stuff that you guys are building and again if anybody out there listening in his kind of their curiosity is piqued by all this stuff. Yeah go to crypto one. Oh one insider dot com and Figure Out You know you sign up and you learn about all this kind of stuff But Hey Zeus I kind of want to flip the narrative here from into the block in data but more onto you. So I'm kind of curious. What is something you know through all your experiences in life that you know most people? Don't I mean you got a pretty interesting background as a computer scientists? What's a you know what's in an important realization? That you've kind of come to that has really served you to be in a successful businessman. Well is instead so things that I that I learned by experience. I I believe that Decide SPLIT my time working between Ai. On on this. Because I truly believe that your professional career is extremely short waisted working on Zaentz on our NOD RELA. So if you have the opportunity of selecting relevant challenges that will keep you that will be intellectually Fascinating and that you can think there could have any even if it's minor on a on a specific industry that's the best way to To spend your professional career on also I believe in this type of thing the street resiliency and coming back from failures on tackling big problems that you know you have a high likelihood though of of failing and being able to recover from that is Is Super Important? Ally son of the most impressive entrepreneurs that that. I have met throughout my career when you ask him for about their success a lot of it could be a ball down to to a single phrase of. I didn't give dunk with through difficult times until it clicks. Persistence is extremely powerful. And that is a great great answer to that question. We've got just a few more before we're GonNa let you go and these are classic questions that we ask everyone because we get a different answer every time so to begin. Who's one person that you admire in the CRYPTO space? That inspires you to do what you do. Crypto is much talent Dr Tigger because a lot of the early The builders come from a very deep technical background out. Picking one person is is really hard. You probably got this answer before if I need to select one Batali. Butchering has been incredibly influential in the in the evolution of this industry. Having this this space this market wouldn't be the same without a theory of everything that it He naval on so many comparisons so many competitor studied inspired to odd to go on trying to build the infrastructure that he centralized Internet so I think his contributions are are definitely on Arlo. Yeah we completely agree. And that is the number one answer. People really really admire metallic for all contributed and we can only sit back and wait to see what amazing things he has next. I mean he's still really really young one day he's GonNa leave a theory of for his next great idea. Just imagine what that could possibly be. Who knows now if this is the first podcast Getting into the space heard. What would you want them to know? CRYPTO is a new US class. That has the potential of redefining finance. Us We know it so learn more about it getting bulb somehow.
"lisa portion" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Is the mark Belling late afternoon show markedly back later this week my name is Dave Michaels this is my version of the current events hearing quiz so the price the effort that Mr billing does to bring very entertaining radio that's something that isn't done in this day and age the only other radio station that I'm aware of that does something similar to the year and current events quiz like we heard yesterday Miley congradulations to Brandon from new Berlin was the big winner got five in a row you W. Stevens point does something very similar the college radio station of their ninety one point seven I believe it's in the spring we'll do a very interactive quiz on the radio or the entire community takes part in they have businesses involved it's really cool and with the advance of technology specifically the internet it's harder well excuse me the opposite that it's easier to get these answers gone are the days where you know you're sitting there at your corner bar arguing over who had a higher batting average for the nineteen eighty one Milwaukee Brewers was it Cecil Cooper was a Paul Molitor not store your phone no no just try to come up with the answer on your own there are no more click play been from cheers that's probably a good thing because you can only take maybe one or two volleys from a guy like him at the end of the bar before you go okay we're going somewhere else so when you have an opportunity to to use the brain that god gave you like that year and current events quiz that was on yesterday it's it's fun and I understand you have the access to look it up and there's a big prize at stake but for those of us who didn't take part on the phone and just listened to see we come up with the answers on our own it's an exercise I think is kind of gone the way of the horse and buggy whip extinct it's always fun to to listen to those and will by no means is this the same thing when I wanted to do with Lisa portion of my time here on the program was that's something similar but kind of look back at the last decade in and around Milwaukee there was a loss that happened in the city good bad and all points in between and while I was racking my brain trying to figure out a way how like involved the audience on the phones I'm not I couldn't do it maybe I mentally checked out there I don't think was any good way to do just that so prize at stake and you just be doing it for bragging rights a gas and it's really not that interesting at the end of the day whether or not Steve firm for park for knows the answer to these these things are about to bring up so what is cited to do was ask Paul these questions the questions are as follows I'm gonna give you a vents that happened in the city of Milwaukee or the surrounding area and all that encompasses the last ten years and what Paul has to do is tell me what year it happened and I'm telling you right now as easy as that sounds you're gonna get more wrong answers then right even though I'm going to give you multiple choice I'm not gonna make it pick between twenty ten and twenty nineteen obviously all all narrow it down within say three years for most of the questions no I'm not gonna mock you Paul me I put some of these I didn't remember actually happened like we really need this and then I thought back I guess it did happen absolutely so as a way to ease yourself into your new year's eve festivities as maybe you're getting ready or you run into the drive through to get some food for the kids and a baby sitter before you head out tonight or maybe you're just gonna be binging on Netflix this is a good brain exercise here and it also be a nice walk down memory lane so like I say what I may do is name a bunch of events I got quite a bit of media attention when it happened MS Paul if you can tell me the year it happened and by all means play along at home you're ready speaking of Paul Paul McCartney played Miller park this decade yes he did summer fast yes he played Lambeau field this past year I think with the call center to this past year what year did Paul McCartney play Miller park was two thousand thirteen fourteen or fifteen Paul says two thousand fifteen that would be incorrect les Miller park July sixteenth twenty thirteen what a thought Paul McCartney still going strong he's got me what his late seventies you saw that county stadium who is he with just solo Paul was wings with them really prince fielder left the brewers decided the Detroit Tigers in what year twenty eleven twenty twelve twenty thirteen Paul says twenty twelve and he would be correct Barbara fans are devastated by that even though the writing was on the wall they made the playoffs that year and he did the walk around the stadium the end the regular season I believe to thank the fans of writing was on the wall for prince it turned out to be the right call for the brewers at the time the GM Doug Melvin realize that look we can't give a guy who's this big this longer contract means body broke down for five years later and he's still getting paid by the Rangers or Tigers or whoever ended at his side in the last contract now here's another one the dome's the Mitchell park domes closed indefinitely after debris fell from the ceiling I don't remember which one weather was the I think it's rain forest desert dome and there's just the standard dome what year were the domes closed indefinitely due to falling debris twenty sixteen twenty seventeen or twenty eighteen Paul says twenty sixteen and he would be correct nice work my friend February of twenty sixteen and we still now almost four years later do not know what to do with Mitchell park domes it's a very nice addition to the community but to as a walkie city Milwaukee resident like I am to think that they want to stick a hundred million dollars or more into the dome's is nuts the statue tribute in the crusher on the south side of Milwaukee was erected in what year twenty seventeen twenty eighteen or twenty nineteen the crusher statue in south Milwaukee one of one seven Paul says twenty seventeen Jeff John White is not happy with you that happened this past you yes Jewett member the kid just defaced it yes yeah I've just vandalized the thing just one up this past June June of twenty nineteen is when the crusher when I'm on the south side of Milwaukee the dental parking garage entrance collapsed unfortunately killing one person and injuring two others as they were walking to Summerfest that happened this decade what year was it twenty ten to twenty eleven or twenty twelve Paul says twenty ten it was in two thousand ten that that facade unfortunate just came down and write with a parking structure entrance is there across the street from the the art museum it was a teenager I but if memory serves you from is Troy he was there with his mom and cousin from mom from these Troy area correct the habit back in twenty ten back to the brewers one month after winning the national again B. P. Ryan Braun tested positive for P. E. D.'s what year twenty ten twenty eleven to twenty twelve pulses twenty twelve he would be off by a year two thousand eleven is what brought to us think about that for a second Ryan Braun he's been with the brewers for thirteen you two thousand seven is when he was called up so I guess fourteen years may of two thousand seven is when he was called up numbers original position not not let yep third base but their base he kept the ball you can get the ball to first base real well and his range let's put it this way Roger Dorn from the Cleveland Indians in the movie major league I think I'd better range and Ryan Braun did at third base yeah those in two thousand eleven will you ever be in the hall of fame absolutely Paul says no I don't think so either do you think you should be the I. you do drugs you're not getting in especially how you through I I forget his name he threw exactly through the guy who took the test completely under the bus made his name lied blamed everyone but himself it turns out turns out to be wrong you live the brewer fans you lie down and I feel I saw a not that will be a liar prevents you from being in the hall of fame be attacked on top of that that he did she was using PDAs whether you agree that are not banned substance in baseball also this week it's three twenty will forgive him I'll be happy to stay healthy over the course of your heads two ninety that'll be that'll be a positive step for the brewers is a two part question the last concert at the Bradley center what artist or group no it's a multiple choice I'm gonna give you the years of the second but who was the last concert at the BMO Harris Bradley center isn't it amazing we it was it was not that long ago but yet Paul this is it this is the quiz I'd hang up and move on to another caller it was not kiss although you know since we've been on a farewell tour since nineteen eighty one that's not a bad gas is a price played seven shows there wasn't the killers they were the first along with a violent fans Pfizer foreign policy no see this is why it's fun to do this because immediately you'd go to the calculator slash Google on your phone to look upset answers it's a Arianna Grande is not the right answer no was Bon Jovi Bon Jovi was the last concert at the BMO Harris Bradley center what year was it come on and I mean to give you choices think about it what year twenty eighteen yes it was two thousand and eighteen when Bon Jovi play the Bradley center have I seen a concert I half I saw maroon five there in September of last year all the sound is incredible the sound is absolutely phenomenal I I've been a couple Bucks games I took my kids to Jurassic world earlier this year I was just a whole different for WWE SmackDown a couple of weeks ago remember so yeah those those fallen on the six armies it's beautiful venue beautiful venue when did I kia announce that creek would be their first Wisconsin location not when the grand opening was but when did I kia announce its first Wisconsin location would be creek was a twenty fifteen twenty sixteen or twenty seventeen Paul is correct when he says two thousand and sixteen I've never been in a I'm not anti kia I just I've never been a I've been in the I. Q. there's one near the mall of America they've been in but I've never been in I kia the Swedish meatballs are to die for I do remember that from my my Minnesota trip we're just kind of looking back at the bigger stories some of the under reported stories some of the memories in and around Milwaukee are here of last ten years have a form of Paul as we try to remember the year that the Milwaukee lie in Rome to the city number the.
"lisa portion" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Didn't know that. There are ways you can become debt free. And you don't have to pay the entire amount you owe. There are debt relief programs that help people like you escape overwhelming credit card debt, national debt relief has helped tens of thousands of people just like you reduce more than five hundred million dollars of debt. National debt relief has helped so many people they're A plus rated by the Better Business Bureau. You don't have to declare bankruptcy or take out a consolidation loan. You have the right to settle your debt for a mere fraction of what you owe. Reduce. Lisa portion of your debt now, call national debt relief at eight hundred six four five sixteen sixty eight hundred six four five sixteen sixty that's eight hundred six four five sixteen sixty individuals and businesses with tax problems, listen carefully. If you owe over ten thousand dollars in back taxes or Evan filed tax returns, we can help you take back control. The IRS is the largest and most aggressive collection agency in the world, and they can seize your Bank account, garnish your paycheck, close your business and file criminal charges. Take control of your tax problems. Now by calling the experts at tax mediation services, eight hundred three one six four seven six one that's eight hundred three one six four seven six one eight hundred three one six four seven six. He's of late to hang with you. This is the guilt show. Zach yelp show on CBS sports radio today at two eastern eleven Pacific. Join CBS sports network on the pitch for some intense. Major league rugby action as Austin elite battles rugby United. And why to kick off the second half of the season on the twenty four hour home of CBS sports sack yelp.
"lisa portion" Discussed on The Masked Man Show
"Thanks so much to Billy Corgan and now sitting next to me, the one, the only I think he was briefly the basis of smashing, pumpkins, Kenny Herzog how you doing man. I am doing well, and I, it's a pleasure to step into the shoes of Dan's Oregon, William Gorgan. Oh, why in one sense stanching but the advent, Dan is Dana's off doing his thing right now. I'm sure it's something very funny, Kenny. Thank you so much swinging by you've written a lot of really cool stuff for us of the ringer dot com. You wrote something. You had a great interview this week with Terry funk, and we're gonna talk about that in just a minute. But before we get there, the main event. Of this podcast Lisa's portion of the by cast this week is something we've been talking about on offer a while, both on this show and you and me and text messaging and on the phone and stuff. You know WWE there's nothing that they love more than mainstream attention. You know when something they do crosses over into the pop culture like the, the wider, the broader pop, culture, sphere, and everybody that when when when I'm walking down that night, when our walk into my office and one of my co workers is like, hey, I saw something with wrestling on TV last night. That is a moment grim moment for me. But more importantly, it's a great moment for Vincent man. That's what he shoots for. Everything that he does. I think this week might have been an exception when John Oliver decided to do when of his lengthy monologues about the catastrophe that's that is the Saudi Arabia right now and decided as is little hammer to focus on WWE and their upcoming show there? Yes, he would like a ball Pene hammer wasn't, you know, a regulation. Carpenters, MVS's push isn't just toward attracting businesses. There's also told changing the world's perception of Saudi. Right? Have you to that end he struck, I ten year deal with one of the most popular and most American front choices is world wrestling entertainment to WWE. They held their first of many events. They're back in April and auditees around the world with tweets to wool to wolf propaganda about the new Saudi Arabia, including a video showing women happily driving men donating and toys. Destination beauty shots as well as Colston excited compliments throughout the broadcast. This magnitude to Saudi Arabian this vibrant foot breasts of city. Our post tonight part. Of course, if the vision thirty. Sports city stadium just got on its feet. That area has been reserved for the Saudi Royal family, the house of sun. I want to send a genuine. Thank you. The kingdom of Saudi Arabia, what it seems the WWE is a pro Saudi Arabia is it is lightly, homo erotic wishes society. Tensely. This was kind of exactly the kind of attention WW w didn't didn't want for their show because clearly. And you were saying this to me before before we started recording regardless of what they're going to do about the crown jewel show, which is scheduled for what two weeks from now, two and a half weeks. Remember second in in one month before Hannukah. Yes, that's why I always, I always measure everything against Hanukkah. Let's wait into the West Bank while route. During the, but it's scheduled for November. Second. Ever since Jamal kashogi the Saudi journalist and the in not American citizen, but but American resident was possibly murdered in their Saudi embassy in Turkey w we has been taking a lot of flack online and sort of the kind of usual quarters of Xiaodi Twitter voices and message boards, but and then, but then interesting have thing happened after that, which is that the candidate state Senator remind me is name Chris Murphy? Had I always forget Chris Murphy, Chris, I love Chris Murphy, but you know, forget his name. He came out and he came out and denounced WW running a show there. And then a couple of other people joined the chorus of some significance. And then of course, John Oliver jumps in, what do you think. I mean, the whole point of this is WBZ and keeping their head down, right? Yes, they've been. They've not been promoting the locale or at least not its head-in-the-sand own feed day or whatever since this thing went down on on their shows. Right, right. I live rejoice. I think it's definitely a deliberate choice. I think it's not enough for a lot of people. You know, it's like somebody copying to a plea for, you know, more heinous crime. I think for some for some folks, I personally don't know what other outcome people would expect right now because there's money on the table and they're not gonna take it off until there's reasonable demonstrable proof that you know, it's absolutely a complete moral and ethical transgression to do anything otherwise. So I'm not surprised. It's ridiculous. It's awkward, but what a pickle? Yeah, there's so many things you could say that and I and I would. Save first and foremost that like it is. Like the ethical quandary occurred before the murder of kashogi. Right. I mean, and that was the thing that even we is wrestling fans me is wrestling journalist is podcast or whatever didn't didn't give enough attention to, but I think it's okay as I sing. I said, last week it's okay to learn and have your opinion evolve and not feel like you're gagged by the fact that you weren't allowed that you weren't vocal enough last time something happened with the aware enough of something. We have weird reason to mute yourself. Yeah, and I and I think that that anyway, this is this whole conference. This whole thing is very, it's very fraught. It's very fraught. There have been reports that like the crew doesn't wanna go, obviously the the, the wrestlers aren't, you know out there saying stuff, although fin Baylor is has has not conducted himself on social media, like someone who's who's shy about getting disinvited on a trip to to Saudi Arabia. What does he have to lose these days now, anyway. Yeah. I mean, it's it. You know, it's, it's, it's, it's just. All it's all such a mess. I mean, frankly, I would be if I was. You know if I was John CENA and I just got put on blast for for going, you know, publicly thanking the kingdom of Saudi Arabia for such an awesome show. The last time they went out of the Grizz Royal rumble. I mean, there's gotta be some part of you that's worried about your personal safety. If you're like the public face of a company of of a company. That's that's, you know, in the in the eye of this giant storm. Right? So you don't expect to the John's Senate to come out and you know, offer some kind of Sobers statement about everything. It's knowingly more thinking practically, he should be fearing for his life potentially lie. I mean, if you go out there in the expectation is that you're going to be like you're gonna put over the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and then you decide to not do that. I mean, wouldn't you be worried? I, you know, I think I'm not saying you should like it's it's logical to be worried, but like it's human. I mean, that's this is an interest. Maybe that's what force their hand more than, you know, sort of allow Trump, you know, more than their, let me put it this way more than there. Needing to be in controversial proof that the Saudis and their embassy were directly involved in the murder, which is sort of what Donald Trump is waiting for before he takes money off the table. Maybe what it will take is sort of mutiny of performers not wanting to perform not only because of their reports. Last time today actually had the choice whether or not to go when all this stuff is going on, who knows how much of that is like a kind of own paper versus a practical choice. But Dave Meltzer is reported that earlier in the week or last week that this, this was just this week that unless the State Department or Donald Trump himself toes WW not to go, they will proceed with the show and Saudi Arabia. I mean, I tend to believe that, but I also feel like wouldn't they avoid mention of Saudi Arabia on their broadcasts because there's always the possibility that the location might shift and they're resourceful enough and to maybe be scrambling behind the scenes for some sort of a. A contingency. This is so far afield, yes, you're right. This is so far afield from what we're talking about, but I couldn't when I just really today, I was imagining this, like if they, if something happened and they couldn't go, imagine just how like this could be. This could be like WWE wrestling Woodstock. It's like we have a giant show you have to put on. We have nowhere to do it. Let's set up a ring in a field in Connecticut congestion. Just tweet out that we're going to be there. This is Connie as album released, we'll yes. But if they choose to go ahead with having Saudi Arabia, it could turn into their Woodstock, ninety nine. Yes, exactly. I was no pretty much exactly would suck ninety nine. So yeah, it's a, I mean, there's there's a lot of problems with it, but I I was talking to somebody who shall remain nameless. That was that had an interview. This wasn't you, right. I will. Thank you just name the. If this was this, was you pretend I didn't just say that in Jim, you can edit any of that out. I talked to somebody earlier in the week and was conducting an interview with some WWE folks and onscreen personalities, and the only stipulation in the interview is that that we're not. You're not to talk about crown jewel or the politics of it's like fight club. Yeah, which makes sense. I mean, I think that can derail derail everything. They make sense from a PR point of view, but this is, but so like we need to know Kamado need to know anything. I could say, similarly that I know some people personally, you know, the work corporate WWE and I have definitely gotten a sense from them over the last few years that anything that is particularly politically fraught is sort of not a not fodder not fair game for what goes on on air, and I've written extensively about how that may or may not have watered down what they could have done with Roussev. And so this would be just sort of. Through line of, but at the same time, it's like the by by being so a-political they've just really stepped in it. They had backed right into this gigantic political shit store and then makes them no different than every other. You know company every other, you know, media entity and outlet in in the land. You know, no one can avoid politics right now were, or you know exactly stepping into a puddle of partisan shit. Let's get. No. I mean, you know, everybody, everything's political. No. I mean, the one thing that the one way the WBZ's different than a bunch of all these other companies is that there's a lot of companies that were planning to go to Saudi Arabia for this investment conference of the crown prince was throwing and many of these companies are not saying, no, we're not gonna go. It's easy enough to say like, we're just not going to go to this elective thing that we were doing that, especially when everybody else is backing out to. And one thing that we just don't know is what WW's contractual terms are with the Kingdom. I mean, I don't know. Just personally, I've always been. I was always. The kid who would say, you know, there's no way I'm going to go in that field trip at the means I have to shower in the same cabin is as other boys renew that front of me, yes, nude and has grown up. I'd say, I'm I'm absolutely not going to go on that team building exercise. I don't. Let's we can. We can play chicken here or you can just make an exception. So I don't know what the what the dynamic is there, especially when you're dealing with a lot of people who were technically independently contracting. You know, I, I don't know what those conversations are like. They might be having these conversations for the first time, so maybe it'll be pioneering in in that respect. But did you hear any of the JBL appearance on FOX business? It's gonna take place though. Isn't it? That's for one of STAN. Yes. The idea is that the the WB is gonna go there right now. There they official on is that they're monitoring the situation. My personal opinion is that they should go. I think the only way you promote change that what we did with Cuba you isolate a country. All you do is impoverished country. You promote change. W w went to Abu Dhabi that the first women's match that it ever happened in the. Middle East. The crowd was chanting in English. This is change and for these senators to come out and bash the WBZ on this, I've spent seven Christmases in Iraq and Afghanistan with the WB. I was with the WB the first group to go down and visit the twin towers while they were still burning bodies a pulling out we were the first group will nine thirteen to have a mass gathering at right after nine eleven people didn't know what was going to happen for these guys to hide behind their patriotism and their their show. Flag-waving to me, I think is trying to improve their abysmal approval ratings to me is wrong. WBZ's been at the forefront of change and you want to change Saudi Arabia. You send something like WBZ. I'm glad he was on the show. You could make comparisons. You know as much as you want between the man administration of administration in the are, you know. Someone inextricable in in terms of. Am, and they. And and they are rightly inseparable in a lot of ways. But this one area, this one idea of, you know, kind of global domination and imposing your will on the rest of the world, you know is culturally and commercially is kind of a signature. I guess you could argue WWE philosophy. It's an ideology really and. I don't know where I, I think talent nowadays are far more progressive personally in their politics in their activism than they were. Maybe, you know if you generations ago when it was the RIC flair's. Yeah, that's true. I mean, it, you know, there's definitely I think it's, I think, you know, there's probably a lot of there's a mix in the locker room for sure.
"lisa portion" Discussed on Classic Races
"Raceway. Chris Crockett here with another member of our Toyota racing family Reggie. You've taken tailgating to new places. You've converted the school bus into a giant brisket smoker table stakes, Chris, you see that that's my lookout tower. So I can see cow Bush taken the lead. Why? How? What the cage for that's for the tailgaters. Oh, yeah. That's a real alligator NASCAR until you on a racing with a family like this. Who knows the places will go things. He'd up this summer, learn more Toyota racing dot com. Toyota, let's go places. NASCAR registered trademark of the national association for stock auto racing Inc. Yep. Is a leader in the trans Sal, five hundred here at South Carolina. We've completed fifty four laps to the brief sixty seven that make up the event that's after node on and brought. And he continues to have that lead not met much. What about a two second advantage right now over the second place car? Joe Ruttman is still Walter priding along third Morton's Harry Gant and Beth right now as Mark Martin as they worked the Viking up in three and four and move back into the straightaway and Bodine. As we said, I think the big difference in Jeff this year is the back of smoothie as and how consistent. He turns laps, he finds a group or a. He could take around the race black, and he runs it all day long before he'd get himself caught in traffic box himself benef- you times. But he is really coming into his own as Winston Duff brand national driver. The leader is heading return, but I now work yachts. Slow traffic. It's by a couple of those and about four cars just up ahead of any work to the outside group right now, a wasp is turning. The screws on. Joe rapidy pulls up tight the him. He has ideas on that number two spot. Rodman might be coming into the pits. His crew is standing by with tires up on the rail and watching. He's going to come down pit road and he did not that time Joe ridden. It came in the last time around in the Cumberland mills card for an unscheduled pit. Stop the chain, the left side tower, fill it up, seventy six gasoline. They should be able to go another fifteen or so left before they would come in for that first pitstop for change at tires and gas or the Redmond who will keeper Alan that and see if he does and come in mardi talk about the smoothness of Jeff Bodine. This type of racing is so different from the short track racing that he did New England and perhaps net could shed some light on this netted. You're running short tracks. You have to just take advantage of every opportunity you can and try to bulldoze your way to the front. But here this has got to be a whole different kind of game, and it must take some getting used to. Well, it certainly does, but Jeff is a quick learner. My certain one of the quickest learners that we've seen come. Home, the circuit, and he's held a lot of people he's observed and he's learned that lesson pretty quickly. This racetrack does have a lot of short-track characteristics that can expect that's working for Jeff advantage right here now. And certainly that experience that he gained donate last year, not only in the driving at there, but also in setting the car up, which is certainly working well for him right now. Richard petty beginning to pick up a physician who to he's just moved around Ricky Rudd to take over night position. There are still a host of cars on that lead lap. In fact, the front seventeen are still showing on the lien laugh. Pitstops will be coming up sometime the next eight to fifteen lapses nad said, and I imagine they'll be so few chassis adjustments. But for the most part, most of the front, ten or twelve cars seemed to be working about as well here at Donnington as we've ever seen them. Just going to venture a guest at the rain has really helped the racetrack if anything, it looks like Barney that is helping track cars to add. He's the car to it. He's to the track letting go through the turns good, which is good. Of course, they hit stop that I mentioned on Rutland. While ago seems they've eased off a little bit. Now they've act protecting the tires or at least Lisa portion of them off the wall. They don't seem to be bonded rate is they were a moment ago. They thought Rutland was coming in even though he had somewhat of a never problem, but he's still running in second place. So they figure he's okay in Washington. DC Gordon car Barney, and I guess that's as close to a moving chicane as I've seen on the racetrack in a lab see will try to keep that car down on the racetrack, but every timing somebody tries to lap him in the corner. The car will scoot up the race track as is the tendency, and the fellows are having kind of a tough time getting around on that has helped Modi to extend his lead dad in the fact that the traffic here is so very tough in near constant around the racetrack. Even as big as this track is that is a whole key to winning. Donna can ask any driver and they'll say survival, of course, but the key is to being able to work traffic watching traffic around the racetrack knowing who you're catching, where they're going to be when you do catch him to make your move and set yourself up in a position to make the move at the right time without getting caught out of position, maybe get squeezed up into the wall or down on the apron of the track. Bobby Allison, I asked him yesterday, Bobby is this track is tough. Is everybody rates it? Well, really, I would say that if probably second most busy demanding but it certainly the most mentally demanding of anything. We if we ran five hundred miles at Bristol, Nobody'd be able to stand it. So that one has to get the the award for being the most demand in. But right behind Bristol comes Darlington and his bars that far fiscal effort, but many times race gets over here and besides just being wore out, you're an situation where you can't even think hardly. You know, you can't communicate with your friends and family. You just totally used up mentally and physically Bobby Allison with his thoughts about the lady in black Darlington raceway sixty two laps complete here right now, Jeff LeVine is in command healthy, March. And right now he's stretched it to better than four seconds as he works his way over to turn over four as he comes off the corner. Joe rumbling and narrow Walter per right in the middle of number three. So that's about the did already rightly out of shape off number two. We got us back in anytime the apron of the race track. Jody back underway. No speedway as Ridley, keeps it in a straight line leader heads back to turn to as good as Jeff foe dinas running up for this that ruckman at wall chip of hooked up to car draft, almost three cards rap now with Harakat and still Modena's pulling away from those three cars. One of the best battles on the racetrack right now, we look back to the battle rod Bouchard and kale Jabor Richard petty heavy spoke on his car. It was tire smoke as he came off turn number two. There's been a lot of tire smoke off the petty card, both ends of a track. We've heard the NASCAR observers talking about it. They have made. The petty crew aware of it is Jody. Ridley comes in the put left side tires on Cumberland mills car for the second time today, and that will certainly dropped him from contention. And indeed the tire smoke Bill is petty comes off the fourth corner to move past dick Brooks. There is quite a bit of smoke off that car it subsides though. Once it hits the straightaway, I think it is time. The car really hangs out about ten or twelve agrees. He's in front of goal. Hey, does Barney. They smoke again process that we've seen more tire smoke. I think today coming off this corner of the rehab at any other race track that I can remember it a long long time. So this car is really letting the rear end tying out of using every inch of real estate available to them. Dine is coming bias. Now he's gone by lake speed and closes it on dick may. Tommy gale Anna's, he's down near the entrance to turn three tests coming off. Turn to Ruttman, welcome Ganz that has a tradition here at the Dodig can racetrack to see particularly. I'll turn to and all turns four. One thing that the turns Florida tighten up is come over there and they build up a lot of momentum and the cars actually do break loose. And when they do that, of course, it's going to call that friction. He does tires up and calls that smoke that we see and we'll see it all day long on both of those terms. There are fourteen cars on the lead lap at Darlington. Bodine's the leader Ruttman a second. Walter is third and Harry Gant is fourth. Fifth is Mark Martin in the six spot. Now as Bobby. Allison, seventh is Ron new chard riding at eight. This kale Yarborough back in the nightspot is Richard. Petty intent is Ricky Rudd. Eleventh is David Pearson, twelve is Neil Bonnett. Thirteenth today, Earnhardt and fourteen is decay. Alrich one lap off the pace. Kyle petty is fifteenth ahead of Bobby wall wack. Dick Brooks and Travis tiller. Then Sterling Marlin Jimmy means lake speed is twenty two laps down. Then Cicely Gordon Ronnie Hopkins. Dick may buddy Arrington is twenty. Fifth. Then Tommy gale and the slick Johnson automobile and j d mcduffie alive. Kaput sixty seven laps on the board. That means there's three hundred laps to go. Your Donnington lot of good racing left right now. Jeff Bohdan as really taken off and set sail from the rest of the field Mon ida's leader still hanging onto that number two spot and a good run here. And surprisingly how well he adapted this racetrack Joe Ruttman Walter pangs onto the third spot. And then I guess every driver from caled pherson the penny of the guys that have been coming here for eight, ten fifteen and twenty years. He. He don't see them really take off unless their car is absolutely superior. They're willing to ride fourth, v, eight, whatever takes just stay on lead Lau FAR Barney. We might be seeing some of 'em do that right now. However, they don't like to say somewhat yet as far away as Jeff Bodine is right now, but his car just is working so perfectly. Here's Pearson down pit road in the Chattanooga Choo car. They go to the right side. This'll be a scheduled pitstop. We thought they might go another five to ten laugh, but we'll see most coming in here before too long as his crew goes to work on the right side, thanking the right side tires, and of course failing it up with the union seventy six gasoline. Other should be coming in here before too long, Pearson his down. Now in way, here's will be one of the first of the cars on the lead lap to make a pitstop your this afternoon. Navy has his son. Ricky is a crew chief on that car. They've been doing some super good pitstops not only Daytona Atlanta, but they're really getting their homework done. He feels like they can get him in and out of the pits just about as quick as anybody could stop what battle between petty and Bouchard off Sturt show those by. Side, Robin shot down the bachelorette or right petty through the same doors. He moves in front of Ron blue shirt, and he now tries to trace down hearty Chevrolet, Richard petty, just holding on news position right now, keeping everybody inside and his Smith said a moment ago, most of the top drivers who've been here for years, just willing to stay on the lead lap and make their move a little later that pass by kale Yarborough underneath Ron Bouchard will move him up to seventh and Richard petty up to eight little kick Bouchard back tonight is the leader Rodman's in second Waltrip is third. Harry Gant has the fourth spot Mark Martin having a good day today running fifth, Bobby Allison is sixth. We've completed Seventy-three land. Darrell Waltrip is on pit road right now in the Pepsi challenger. They looked to be changing all four tires on his car, so they will make a four tire change. Here comes Joe Ruttman who had been the second place car right up in front of knit scheduled pitstop all the male Barney little surprise that take on all four tires Walker has down now away, but a lengthy pitstop there tainting the right side on the Leib Garrett carved or Repin and. Had a, that's all know they're going to come around to change all four tires on too. So that's a little unusual. Normally, the left side tires don't take the beating that the right side tires do on any racetrack, but here at Darlington, here's the leader coming into the pits, Geoff Bodine in the Gatorade. Pontiac number eight has ruckman is still, and we had the clock on him. He was in for twenty eight and one second has to go to work on the right side. The crew members are looking at the last side of don's car, but apparently they're not going to change that. So that'll put him even further ahead with hosted those other drivers making rot, satire changes, but the way that car is working Barney or say, all four tires on somebody's way this car is working. He could perhaps could get by with only making right side tank. Car has been one of the best for keycard feed. We haven't seen that much smoke off his tires, and I guess native if the cars are sticking as well as they appear to be from here in the tower that also could account for a little extra tire wear Goodyear has developed a new tire for the Donnington track. This time, the drivers have been real happy with. They contributed some of the record speeds here to the development of that new tire that they've been using. Pitstops continue. Here's Earnhardt on pit road as pitstops are the order of the day just about everybody will have to come in and the next eight or nine laps, Ron Bouchard is in front of knit. Edmark Martin is an just behind rod Rashard. They're changing the right side tires on his car. We have the watch on him a little bit of Olympics op it. They let the right side down. It was nineteen seconds flat as the go to work on the right side. All Ron charge car also. So it's interesting that some drivers are changing hall for and other judge aging. The rocks adventure petty scheduled coming in here. Bobby Allison coming down pit road or his stop, and here's pay following him rotten down this coat. So we'll see one they do and his crew ready to go to work. Allison's crew all rated jacking up the right side on his car and home Petty's car. They're going to the left side. They're not even to go to the right side. So that's a different piece of strategy here. So apparently those list satire to working so good here sticking so tight that they're wearing Bobby Allison is away just a little over fourteen seconds, so a good pitstop for him. So we'll see what this pace strategy does. Richard petty as he goes out in the SAP Texas jeans card UPI of the leaders. Kale Yarborough Ricky Rudd, Bobby Allison, Jeff boat. I took on right side tires only as you mentioned Walter brought some of the other cars took on all four. They're posting Neil Bonnett right now, the leader he has yet to make an appearance on pit road. I said at Earnhardt was in a moment ago that was the Mark Martin car. Earnhardt also has not pitted. Neither has Bill Elliott brought Bouchard in the wall in turn to Ron Bouchard was running along the car squirrelled and what up into the wall. He writes the wall until the exit of turn. Number two. I now, okay, stay under power out of everybody's way. I'd Ron Bouchard the wild ride between one and two. Ron, shark gets himself Darlington, stripe over intern wanted to, and he had been running very strong here this afternoon. That team also is beginning to get a little bit stronger, Jack Beebe, and the guys are beginning to put together one heck of a racing operation for
"lisa portion" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"We were talking. And you're on your man, you sweater you're wearing or kit both acceptable? Yes. You were talking guys getting what's okay to give somebody a standing ovation? Yeah. Chase utley got a standing ovation when they announced the lineup in Philly. Sure. Got works. I've okay with that with those memo firing memo to Milwaukee. That's something that somebody gets standing force. Real quick. Did a tweeting KKK does not qualify for a standing ovation. We all agree. Yeah, I, I haven't looked. I haven't been persuaded yet with any take. Maybe there's one out there that maybe I didn't see about why it was good that he got a standing ovation. I I haven't. I haven't been witness to that yet. Nothing that's certainly made me go, oh. Oh, okay. This isn't as strong, but speaking of things that don't make sense UT's this going. Yeah, LeBron another. Don't tell me that another mural. Gotcha. Another mural the other one that is a a mural very staple center and the forum, and there's all the Laker legends kind of sitting on top of the two buildings. It's chick Hearn. It's magic, it's it's Kobe and Shaq. I think Jerry West. Right. I think Wilson it too, and they're looking down and LeBron is in the fourth round of the of the mural looking up at the Laker legend. That's where I'm gonna go, right? That's my place to that Lethem or ether. Somebody took a book at white paint, splashed it on the LeBron part. Is this bro? Is this really how we're going to do the LeBron? No, to l. a. thing. I know most people and I know that this is this is not the Milwaukee Brewers fans where it's more than half, but it wasn't like they did a storm, the mural torches and pitch. For the second time we've had LeBron James Merrill go up and it's the second time that somebody's decided I'm going to ruin it is just not going to warm to this guy is Lisa portion of you only need one bleep whole, like that's the thing about vandalism. LeBron's house got vandalized. One of winning only had one here. I think I've analyzed or something on the gate. You only need one bleep whole to do something like that. And then once you once the one person doesn't for in this instance, the gate, then all of a sudden it becomes a race to be the second most stupid person to do. The next thing in that happened with a mural that went up and now it's happened again and I, I'm trying to the only way that I can understa-. Now that we're older, at least in the terms of people that do vandalism. I'm not gonna. I'm not gonna lie. I did vandalize things when I was a stupid, seventh and eighth grader in looking back now I, there's no justification for the way that you're thinking other than to try and make your friends laugh. That's that's the only reason you invested whether it's taking out of mailbox or like, did on Halloween, tipping, Biffi what we call a porta potty forever. And that was the company in Minnesota tipping it over with door down, right? So that the whatever's things would leak out that type of stone ever things..
"lisa portion" Discussed on WWL
"But yet also received the benefit of inherited pts and because the government says that if you if pissed trout is who's on ss i've medicaid they receive more the two thousand alz and liquid assets their no no no longer eligible what happens the times that people don't plan with especially shocked is that they may inherit a very modest manana money you know father ten thousand dollars and they could be have severe disability they lose all their government benefit and that they have to get an line and and water they might i could back and you know if run on to two three years so supplemental these trust especially stress allow someone to inherit charles with a disability in her yet maintain their benefit and that's what thomas is waiting on the line he's got some questions regarding supplemental new trust especially trust hey thomas should all things like with ducks and terry and michelle devers yeah it's going on it's more not no problem is so calm got three dollars debt in california that has problem they don't disability and they're gonna there's got all while event like that but i noted this talk to do that digit checks cryptic so morris mark question here's what is my responsibility to watch him somebody up and he however not in cleveland i was a little contribute well for well we would happen is it they could be considered forced errors meaning that if they reached the definition of an capacity has stated by louisiana law you would be required to police paper score to they would be and tile two lisa portion of your inherited was specifically between the three um what they would be tied to half yeah yes the three of them with split half i don't have a love him in ryne well that's that did losses that you know let's say you haven't est that's totaled a hundred thousand dollars we house bid they would have to lee split fifty thousand between the three of them and there you could do whatever you want with the other fifty thousand okay well i thank you very much okay.
"lisa portion" Discussed on BizTalkRadio
"Another ten percent you know you're on the road and dalier on your own ok so but the whole idea than it is what they do as they give you a percentage would give you two percent or four percent or whatever it is c cheer of your monday and so the tickets to protective so that he won't run out and so then you're finally died at the age of ninety with let's say if half a million honest man a lot more money in that regard now that's right from the gray in that i have my got popper because you're following the three and a half percent rule when you could actually taken seven exactly a by the time you your kids about disappointed you anyway you don't care what you again so you just look that it's a lot of who i was however if you have an astute advisor a new venue pena little attention you put the money lisa portion of the money into annuity not today in the typical a new attend as getting let's say the impending on the age but five five or five and a half percent income but they can not out live off of their money if they're older like in the late seven it's upwards of seven percent or eight percent being calm that they kind out with a so by taking a portion of that that bundle of money that half a million that i leading to a little earlier and an instead of taking the three percent out but give your financial planner wants to provide you so that you don't run out instead of that take their five and a half percent let's call at six so that we could be the met in the matthew you only have to you can take half of the money that you have to have defeat that he was going to devote to generated in good for you and you can put that into annuity and that have we'll give you the sedin income as he was going to but instead of him saying hey you know ninety percent the rest your on your own basically the insurance company says they don't worry about it if we messed up the new live along time will continue paying him so i lived up to the ten year treasury and the thirty year treasuries and the three month in then here here's the here's the problem if you want safe money remember jane is safe money monitor dot com so he knows all this but i'm gonna brag form a little bit if you're one save money where you get out you go to the government and the government today over five years will pay you wanna point one nine percent that's it for safe money one point one nine percent for a treasury for five years for ten years they will pay you wanna point six percent and for thirty years.
"lisa portion" Discussed on BizTalkRadio
"So you just look that it's a lot of who i was however if you have an astute advisor a new venue pena little attention you put the money lisa portion of the money into annuity not today in the typical a new attend as getting let's say the impending on the it's but five five or five and a half percent income but they can not out live off of their money if they're older like in the late seven needs it's upwards of seven percent or eight percent bingo that they kind out with a so by taking a portion of that that bundle of money that half a million that i leading to a little earlier and an instead of taking the three percent out the year financial planner wants to provide you so that you don't run out instead of that take their five and a half percent let's call at six so that we can to the net and the matthew you only have to you can take half of the money that you have to give people that he was going to devote to generated in good for you and you can put that into annuity and that have we'll give you the sedin income as he was going to but instead of him saying hey you know ninety percent the rest your on your own basically the insurance company says they don't worry about it if we messed up a new level longtime will continue.
"lisa portion" Discussed on BizTalkRadio
"Taken the body that you got that we're going to use for income and we'll we'll give you a ready to return on it we'll give you a distribution rate that it is you know that is is a function of how we're in the marketplace and i don't know how you're longevity is going to of tried to match that and we can with an ninety percent certainly we can make sure that you but run out of money another ten percent you know you're on the road and dalier on your own ok so but the whole idea than it is what they do is they give you a percentage would give you two percent or four percent or whatever it is c cheer of your monday and so to answer protective so that he won't run out and so the new finally died at the age of ninety with let's say if half a million honest man a lot more money in that regard now that's right from the gray in that mike up popper because you're following the three and a half percent rule when you could actually taken seven in exactly a by the time you your kids about disappointed you anyway you don't care what you again so you just look back it's a lot of fool i was however if you have an astute advisor a new venue pena little attention you put the money lisa portion of the money into annuity not today in the typical a new attend as getting let's say the impending on the age but five five or five and a half percent income but they can not out live off of their money if they're older like in the late seven needs it's upwards of seven percent or eight percent bingo that they can without lewis of so by taking a portion of that that bundle of money that half a million that i leading to a little earlier and an instead of taking the three percent out that get your financial planner wants to provide you so that you don't run out instead of that take their five and a half percent let's call at six so that we can the matthew you only have to you can take half of the money that you have to have defeat that he was going to devote to generated in good for you and you can put that into annuity and that have we'll give you the suddenly i'm as he was going to but instead of him saying hey you know ninety percent the restaurant your own basically the insurance company says they don't worry about it if we messed up a new level long time will continue paying him so i'm not got.
"lisa portion" Discussed on BizTalkRadio
"The taken the body that you got that we're going to use for income and we'll we'll give you a ready to return on it we'll give you a distribution rate that it is you know that this is a function of how we're only in the marketplace and and on how you're longevity is going to of tried to match that and we can with ninety percent certainly we can make sure that you another ten percent you know the year i wasn't dalier on your own ok so but the whole idea than it is what they do is they give you a percentage would give you two percent or four percent or whatever it is c cheer of your monday and so to answer protective so that he won't run out and so then you're finally died at the age of ninety with let's say if half a million honest man a lot more money in that regard now that's right from the gray in that i have my got popper because you're following the three and a half percent rule when you could actually taken seven in exactly a by the time you your kids about disappointed you anyway you don't care what you again and so his look back and say whether fool i was however if you have an astute advisor a new venue pena little attention you put the money lisa portion of the money into annuity not today in the typical a new attend as getting let's say the impending on the it's but five five or five and a half percent income but they can not out live off of their money if they're older like in the late seven it's upwards of seven percent or eight percent being calm that they can with a so by taking a portion of that that bundle of money that half a million that i leading to a little earlier and an instead of he missed three percent out but you your financial planner wants to provide you so that you don't run out instead of that take their five and a half percent let's call at six so that we can to the net and the matthew you only have to you can take half of the money that you have to have defeat that he was going to devote to generated in good for you and you can put that into annuity and that have we'll give you the signing income as he was going to but instead of him saying hey you know i deeper set the restaurant your own basically the insurance company says they don't worry about it if we messed up the new label longtime will continue paying him so i'm not got.
"lisa portion" Discussed on BizTalkRadio
"And you're going to need to you're going to need to live off of it and you know what's interesting as we automatically go to a king out live them out one out with money and so the financial by just as that's fine but take care of that the taken the body that you got that we're going to use for income and we'll we'll give you a ready to return on it we'll give you a distribution rate that is you know that is is a function of luck how we're only in the marketplace and i don't know how you're longevity is going to of tried to match that and we can with an ninety percent certainly we can make sure that you but run out of money another ten percent you know the you know i wasn't dalier on your own okay so but the whole idea than it is it with the two is they give you a percentage would give you two percent or four percent or whatever it is each year of your monday and so to answer protective so that he won't run out and so the new finally died at the age of ninety with let's say if half a million honest man a lot more money now that's right from the grave that mike up we're because you're following the three and a half percent rule when you could actually taken seven exactly a by the time you your kids about disappointed you anyway you don't care what you again and so his luck that it's a lot of fool i was however if you have an astute advisor a new venue pena little attention you put the money lisa portion of the money into an annuity now today in the typical a new attend fans getting let's say pending on the it's but five five or five and a half percent income but they can not out live off of their money if they're older like in the late seven needs it's upwards of seven percent or eight percent being calm that they can wideout limit of so by taking a portion of that that bundle of money that half a million that i leading to a little earlier and then instead of taking the three percent out that the your financial planner wants to provide you so that you don't run out instead of that take their five and a half percent let's call at six so that we can in the mapping you only have to you can take half of them monday that you have to have defeat that he was going to devote to generated in good for you and you can put that into annuity and that have we'll give you the signing income as he was going to but instead of him saying hey you know ninety percent the rest your on your own basically the insurance company says they don't worry about it if we messed up a new level longtime will continue.