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Spontaneous combustion in compost pile cause of Massachusetts island fire

WBZ Afternoon News

00:21 sec | 4 d ago

Spontaneous combustion in compost pile cause of Massachusetts island fire

"Spontaneous combustion was the cause of last week's fire at bond this island in Guam, the younger one fire chief in the state Fire marshal's office says the fire started in a large pile of leaves, stumps and logs and was fanned by high winds. The fire October. 15th ignited shortly after one in the afternoon took five days to bring under control. 5

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Portland and Oakland sue over use of federal agents at protests

America's First News

00:24 sec | Last week

Portland and Oakland sue over use of federal agents at protests

"Oregon have sued the Department of Homeland Security and the Justice Department alleging the agency's air overstepping constitutional limits on their use of federal law enforcement officers to tamp down on protests on the lawsuit cites the deployment of U. S agents this summer and accuses US marshals of acting unlawfully by deputizing dozens of local Portland police officers as federal agents. Despite objections from the city officials

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Portland and Oakland sue over use of federal agents at protests

Pacifica Evening News

00:49 sec | Last week

Portland and Oakland sue over use of federal agents at protests

"Oregon, have sued the U. S. Department of Homeland Security and the Justice Department, charging that the agency's air overstepping constitutional limits and their use of federal law enforcement officers. To tamp down on protests. The lawsuit filed in U. S District Court in San Francisco sites the deployment of U. S agents this summer to quell protests and also accuses the U. S Marshal Service of acting unlawfully by deputizing dozens of local Portland police officers as federal agents. Despite objections from city officials, The federal deputation Sze have meant protesters arrested by local police in Portland. Face federal charges, which generally carry stiffer penalties.

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European Road Tripping In 1975 with Marshall & Debbie Hockett

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

05:57 min | Last week

European Road Tripping In 1975 with Marshall & Debbie Hockett

"Hello Travel, nerds and welcome to the extra packing peanuts travel podcast the show that teaches you how to travel more while spending less. Host Travis Sherry and joining me today or to people who in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, five, hopped on a plane to Europe. Grabbed the VW named Banana spent a year exploring the continent and then wrote a book about it forty five years later Marshal and Debbie, Hawk it from tripping nine hundred and seventy-five dot com marshland. Debbie thanks for joining me. Huge. Welcome. Thanks for having us and we are going to get into the adventure that you had in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, five. This is a travel podcast after all, we're GONNA, talk about all your travels and how things have changed but to me, the most impressive part isn't the trip itself but that you wrote a book about it, forty five years later because so many people say I want to write a book I WANNA, write a book I want to write a book and I'll get eventually and you know they never do. So you guys are part of a very small minority that actually did it. So let's let's start with that. Tell us. How the book finally got written and why did it why we find like we got we got to do this. We just have to finish this life goal. Well the book was written all the time, all those years they happened to be A book that was given to us by one of our friends, it was a blank page book. And it was a hardback on the spine of the book was written tripping nine, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy five and our friend presented it to us before we laughed. Oh look. Just happened as. The original. So he wrote a journal every almost every day the woman who gave us this we're about A. Week from going on this trip for a year and she with noticed us. She gave us this book and she said. You've got to be completely truthful. You got be truthful and I want to be the first person who reaches thing. her name Melissa Marian Marcus. I said sure. I agree to those terms. Traveling for a year. When we got back. She was the first person reading. She loved. Unfortunately. Mary died of cancer. So. Anyhow I was busy having my own law firm. Makes CETERA. Sat on the shelf. This on behind. So it sat there for a long time a long time. We resumed our careers. Marshall had a really good a domestic family law practice in San Diego. And then he was appointed by governor, to be a judge, you weren't just sitting around not doing anything. Let's put it that way. Right you guys now. Retirement. We already had our retirement. That's right. That's right. You're taking it early. So so you go through this and the book sits on the shelf and sitting there and singer take us then to the decision to actually. Make into a published book that it is. Now, whose idea was it? was there any hesitation to doing it or did you think now after all these years you know we have to? That was known for traveling because just like you are. Trailing I was talking to court Turco and she was saying Gosh all the places you've been your write a book. Some clicked in my mind I said you know I think Arne. So. So I. Needed to. Do. Prologue. epilogue. Their tell her he made a sense of easy. It was not easy. Now hold on here. Yeah. Just just type it up epilogue prologue but. was, it was it word for word from the Journal or did you have to go back and you know add some different language or or make it read more like a book like I corrected some spelling? Errors. There were many corrections at all. It's it's pretty much word for word. Wow. Wow what and so you mentioned that you guys are now you're known for traveling. That wasn't the only trip that you talk all that kind of stuff. What do you see? As some of the biggest differences between like when you travel and then. Now or recently and back then because that must have been a pretty neat trip down memory lane. Going back through the book, typing it up. But then saying, well, this could never happen nowadays or this wouldn't happen nowadays because of this this and this gives us some of the biggest differences. The number of tourists. It's crazy now. So way less tourist. Then then there are now have you have you noticed that like just across Europe or would you say it's kind of a worldwide phenomenon now at this point like it's just so much more accessible for let's say regular everyday people to get a plane ticket to go see a place that they've always dreamed of seeing. That's what I would say. Yes. And since more people have traveled and written books. About it I think people wanted to travel more you can't touch stone. Stonehenge. They don't allow that you guys now. You can't see. The. Mona. Lisa, they're just eighty thousand lots of tourists near behind them across the room at A. Painting that is now the size of. Came

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Statue Of Mother Cabrini Unveiled In Lower Manhattan, New York City

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:09 min | Last week

Statue Of Mother Cabrini Unveiled In Lower Manhattan, New York City

"The pandemic, this year's Columbus Day Parade was a virtual celebration as governor, Cuomo served as the grand marshal and unveiled a statue of Mother Cabrini in lower Manhattan. WCBS is Peter Hospital reports this sculpture face his both Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. Angelo Viva low chairs the Columbus Day Parade. He thinks this location is perfect. She really helped over those people who came to the shores in New York. When she first arrived here, mother Cabrini founded a hospital schools and orphanages in the city. It was before the 20th century and Governor Cuomo's his times were tough. Especially for Italian Americans on depression. Small cracks explode but also under pressure. That's when diamonds are formed. Saints are often forged in the crucible of adversity, Cuomo says We could use Mother Cabrini is compassion in love right now. In Battery Park City, Pure Haskell that Hue City as news radio.

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Joshua A. Rauch was arrested Saturday and charged with second degree arson in Houston

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:31 sec | Last week

Joshua A. Rauch was arrested Saturday and charged with second degree arson in Houston

"A collaboration of Houston police and the Fire Department's arson bureau has led to an arrest of a suspect for a string of fires in the greater heights area. In the past week or so. 27 year old Joshua Roaches charged with seven counts of second degree arson and the fire marshal says that there could be more cases one neighbour tells or TV partner channel to. He can't figure out the motive. It's just why I think is the biggest like why would you do this to someone? Those fires included vehicles, trash cans and sheds

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Trump and Biden campaigns continue

KYW 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

Trump and Biden campaigns continue

"Go exactly one month before Election Day, President Trump's reelection bid bid announced announced the the launch launch of of Operation Operation Maga Maga Make Make America America great great again again on on Saturday. Saturday. They're They're calling calling it it quote quote a a full full marshaling marshaling of of top top level level surrogates, surrogates, campaign coalitions and Trump's supporters to rally behind the president and carry the campaign forward after Mr Trump departed the campaign trail following his covert 19 diagnosis. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's campaign says it will be transparent about any tests in light of President Trump's diagnosis more from correspondent Ed O'Keefe. The binding campaign plans to release the results of all of the covert 19 tests The candidate takes going forward. A spokesman said Saturday night that the campaign has quote adhered to strict and extensive safety practices recommended by public health experts and doctors in all of our campaigning, including social distancing mask wearing an additional safeguards. Meantime,

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Overseas Operations Bill: Government facing calls to rethink plan to 'decriminalise torture' by UK troops

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:43 min | Last month

Overseas Operations Bill: Government facing calls to rethink plan to 'decriminalise torture' by UK troops

"Torture has been prohibited under international law since nineteen forty eight and is enshrined in legal instruments such as the Geneva Conventions and the United Nations Convention Against Torture. But the British government is trying to push through the overseas operation bill which would introduce a stronger legal protection for UK soldiers serving abroad critics believe it will make overseas operations worse the victims of war crimes and for the UK standing in the world bill passed its second reading in Parliament on Wednesday and three Labor backbench peace had been sucked for voting against. Well Tracy joy is head of accountability and international cousy at freedom from torture, and she joins me on the line to tell us more good morning tracy. What does this bill exactly seek to achieve? Good morning to a gina the do a apparently according to the government seeks to provide greater protection for British troops against vacations claim that might have been brought from operations. That happened overseas more than five years ago. what we believe that it does actually is to create a barrier to justice with those he might have been subjected to war crimes by British troops in those are the operation. I mean, the government says that it is doing this for the soldiers but we've seen very very senior military personnel and ex personal come out to say that they'd gravely concerned about the signal. It sends I mean field marshals, generals, frontline veterans of expressed grave concerns that what are that precise objections? I think the objections that many hold is that and to summarize the words that you spoke in parliament that this legislation really is a sledgehammer to crack a nut. I think that the is acceptance that perhaps the prices that some soldiers have been involved in have taken Fawzi Long. But that really the problem of investigation and the government is seeking to legislate to solve the problem that would be better served through. BITTU. Protesters right at the beginning and more independent and speedy investigation I. mean the government denies that there will be any barrier to justice under these Nino's. It does say presumption against prosecution for torture and crime except in exceptional circumstances, what signal is the sending internationally It's very interesting that they say that but It seems unlikely that you would say that there's no buried to justice when actually they specifically introduced. Three layers of legal protection that would stop prosecutions that would've normally have preceded. And the signal that sins therefore is that they would be sick instances in which to torture would be deemed to be unexceptional and we find that quite startling. Actually, how could the government argue that torture could ever be unexceptional? I mean rape is excluded from from the provisions. That's obviously a good thing torture isn't does not mean that torture is a lesser crime. Well, that seems to be exactly the signal that the government is sending that I mean, obviously, it's excellent that sexual violence and raped or created and the Minister of Defense Been Wallace argued in parliament that the crimes that should never take place on the battlefield. Well, we would that torture should also never take place and it seems quite absurd that they would say out to give the impression that torture and other crimes against humanity as you say, Lesser Crime Than Sexual.

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Suspect in triple shooting, violent Waffle House robbery now in custody southeast of Atlanta

Dana Loesch

00:36 sec | Last month

Suspect in triple shooting, violent Waffle House robbery now in custody southeast of Atlanta

"S marshals to County Crime Spree Suspect is charged with murder accused of shooting A woman her daughter and the daughter's four year old son at home in Clayton County, 26. Year old Carl Jordan, also allegedly robbed a Waffle House in McDonough. Before shooting an employee and stealing her car. A neighbor who witnessed the Clayton County shooting tells Channel two action news. The grandmother tried to hide in his house because this window was open and then spin, trying to remove the screen and tried into the mother of the four year old died at the hospital. Jordan was taken into custody in Stockbridge Baseball

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Thailand braces for large anti-government rally

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:00 min | Last month

Thailand braces for large anti-government rally

"Thailand is bracing for a large anti-government protests tomorrow. The Roddy. Shuttled to take place at university, which was the site of a student massacre decades ago and comes after weeks of demonstration's. The best attended was in the middle of August. When more than ten thousand people marched in Bangkok calling for Political Change, PA me-meeting learn how Students have no choice. We can only come out. We don't want to grow up and have kids ask us when the country was facing injustice for you doing. The protests started off largely as student movements. Different groups of young people around Johnson is the economist Southeast Asia correspondent. We've seen them spread actually in into high schools, and now they seem to be gaining traction among a large segment of the population. What can we expect from tomorrow's protests? We've got two different versions of what's going to happen tomorrow. The protesters' who are organizing the rallies. At Thomas, university anticipate fourteen thousand people coming the authorities are trying to poo poo that. And say you know perhaps it'll be half as many will show up even survey not taking any chances. There were also thousands of police who are being marshalled to keep the event in order, and we've just had actually the deputy minister who is extremely close ally of the prime minister is going to be running the operations into that sexually monitoring the rally. Marta who all these protesters and what's the back story how did they get started? There's been frustration building in Thailand for a number of years the current prime minister and many of his closest henchman seized power in a coup in two thousand fourteen and for while they promised that that would be elections but there wasn't actually one until last year and even when that election occurred the current time constitution ensure that. It wasn't really a level playing field for opposition parties who ran against pro-military potties and others who eventually came together in a coalition and one so that Prime Minister Pray Challenge Child at full McCoy leader could stay in power. So many ties were very annoyed that they had the liberties. Ko they waited many years for an election and then it wasn't savvy the first place and then on top of all that. A particularly, Popular Party led by a very charismatic young politician businessman who basic he got fed up with state of Thailand and decided to become involved in politics. The long. The short of it is that the Ponti Future forward was dissolved earlier this year in February, and that was when we first started to see some flashbulbs few street protests and anger starting to build about the current government. What the protesters want is, is it just the reinstatement of the party or something else I? Think the core protest is believed that this is all moved above. And beyond future forward, a lot of the platform and policies that future forward advocating for things that many of the press testers would like to advance in Thailand more freedoms. An end to harassing opposition activists to protest is also want to see parliament dissolved the crucially they know that dissolving parliament might not do much good until there is a new constitution of the protesters unified what they want. So. That is one particularly contentious issue in all of this, and that's the fact that some of the boldest protesters' have called for reform of the monarchy. The monarchy in Thailand is deeply revered. It's Tabu to to criticize the institution and indeed a less. Law provides up to fifteen years in prison for anyone to be in badly insulting the monarch the current monarch. King. Vajiralongkorn or Rama, the tents took over from his extremely popular father who died in two thousand sixteen and it's been a bumpy road since then as a result for the very first time pretesting and are openly criticizing some of the things that King Vigia along his dumb in particular, they are unhappy with the way in which he has poked crown assets in his own name and they are also unhappy about the fact that he has taken sutton important military units under his pulse no command and a lot of those stationed importantly right in Bangkok so how significant these protests the government. The fact that these protests have been growing since the middle of July slowly, but steadily ease programmatic and the longer they go on the bigger the headache this becomes the government, the students specific and not going away. They're not intimidated by the dozens of people who've been arrested for participating all leading, Maranda? What are the army and the government doing about this? So far it seems to have been a case of wait-and-see. We've seen a few dozen protesters arrested particularly the leadership, but we haven't seen any really tough crackdown and given Thailand's. Of cracking down on student protests, quite bloody manner, and in particular here I'm thinking of events in the nineteen seventies. One Fair on love People's minds is. What happens when the establishment runs short on patients with all of this, it's difficult to say precisely what will happen but the chances all dramatic intervention I think. NEVA'S ERA in Thailand Verandah. Thank you. Thanks so much.

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Back To School For Chicago Public School Students

The Opening Bell

00:58 sec | Last month

Back To School For Chicago Public School Students

"Day day two two of of the the new new school school year year in in Chicago Chicago with with remote remote learning learning for for public public school school students students WG WG as as grand grand marshal marshal reports reports from from CPS CPS headquarters headquarters this morning on how Dae won went. We spoke to one educator. He said that Teaching this you is like becoming a first year teacher all over again, and that's what's happening with the learning on top of trying to do this with 350,000 students, but one thing that was important for the school year with technology since remote learning is scheduled for the first quarter of the school year, CPS said they handed out around 128,000 devices that would help students. They also offer free high speed Internet for families that qualified Still, that didn't stop frustrations coming from parents about issues with Dylan with Internet problem. Ana Zun call yesterday the Chicago Teachers Union talked about how lack of supplies could affect the school year. The superintendent of CPS Says those who still have issues with unreliable Internet access are encouraged to teach from their classrooms. Some teachers say that is not an option because of health concerns.

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Reporter Jeffrey Goldberg Addresses Trump’s “Loser” Remarks, Talks Using Anonymous Sources

All In with Chris Hayes

09:31 min | Last month

Reporter Jeffrey Goldberg Addresses Trump’s “Loser” Remarks, Talks Using Anonymous Sources

"It has been a rough Labor Day weekend and the trump. White House where officials are absolutely full out freaking out about Thursday. Night's report in the Atlantic that trump had characterized Americans who died in war losers and suckers trump has spent the past four days repeatedly nine the story marshalling all kinds of people to. Come forward to knock it down he insisted today the quote an animal would say thing that the White House trotted out figures like Sarah Sanders who we know is lied to reporters multiple times to claim the report isn't true because they were there when trump didn't say the terrible things he allegedly said take they're hoping you don't think about that formulation too much. The main problem for the White House here is that the evidence supporting the story is pretty obvious and clear and almost overwhelming to anyone not inside the trump reality distortion bubble. The Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg reported that trump cancelled a visit to an American military cemetery near Paris back in two thousand eighteen partially because he worried his hair would become disheveled in the rain and partially because he did not respect the American war dead interred there. In a conversation with senior staff members on the morning of the schedule visit trump said, why should I go to that cemetery? It's filled with losers in a separate conversation on the same trip trump preferred to the more than eighteen hundred marines who lost their lives at Bellawood as suckers for getting killed. Now, the sources in the story are anonymous you know anonymous sources are not as. Good. As name sources when you're evaluating something, but it doesn't mean that the claims came in on some anonymous tip line that no one knows where they came from. It means a reporter in this case, Jeffrey Goldberg spoke to people directly interviewed them and has agreed not to identify them in the story Jeffrey. Goldberg, will be here with me to talk about that in just a moment. His initial story has now been confirmed in part or in its entirety by reporters at. All okay. Remarkably a correspondent at Fox News included in that lineup whom trump promptly called on the network to fire. Some of those corroborating stories included even more damning details about the president like this one from the Washington Post quote the president told senior advisors that he didn't understand why the US government plays such value on finding soldiers missing in action because they had performed poorly and gotten caught and deserve what they got and this from the New York Times people familiar Mr Trump's private conversations saying he has long scorned those who served in Vietnam as being too dumb to have gotten out of it as he did through medical diagnosis of bone spurs in his heels. Back in two thousand, nineteen trump's former lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen testified the trump admitted to faking those bonds first telling cone quote you think I'm stupid I wasn't going to Vietnam. There's even more evidence that trump view soldiers at stupid or suckers Mary trump the president's knees wrote in a recent book that trump and threatened to disown his eldest son if don Jr. joined the military. She also says that her own Father Fred trump junior was mocked by donald trump because he fred trump junior decided to join the US air. National. Guard quote my father was frequently ridiculed for his career choices and disparaged for serving our country by both his father and by his brother Donald. Then, there's the fact that pretty much none of trump's top military officials past and present are backing the president up. I mean you really can't find anyone who's stepping forward to defend his character save he would never say anything like that they aren't disputing the story instead that's been left talking heads and former flax and loyalists. That's maybe not a huge surprise because trump allegedly said about all US servicemembers, hues very closely to what he said back in two thousand fifteen about one particular veteran Senator John McCain. War here or euro he's a war hero years he's a war hero presumes captured. I like people that weren't captured. Okay I hate to. John. McCain was prisoner of war in Vietnam for five years host. Donald Trump avoided that war had a different experience in an interview in the nineties. He characterized his efforts to avoid transmitted diseases while sleeping with numerous women as quote, my personal Vietnam. An. Event with Union members today Joe Biden lambasted the president's comments an invoked zone Sun Beau who served in Iraq and then died from a brain tumor in two thousand fifteen. Those of served. Risk, their lives even gave their lives, our nation losers suckers. He's our heroes. Tell you something. My Bowl wasn't loser. For A sucker if that's I, talk about our veterans, you have no business being president of the United States of America. What's being entered into the record here to take a step back and look at all the evidence about Donald Trump. Shocking. Morally offensive. It's not surprising. It's about what we have come to expect. But. One big question that keeps pulling on my shoulders. Why are we learning about this now? What does it mean that we are? For more on that and the fallout from his incredible reporting joined by Jeffrey Goldberg He's the Editor in chief of the Atlantic and I jeff, maybe I start a little bit with. The reaction to this story from the White House you. There are stories that come out all the time about the president that are fairly scandalous incredibly scandalous. And one time they said it's fake news and they swatted away or the new cycle moved on, they do seem particularly freaked out. About this reporting. An particularly intent on attacking it what what is your sort of reading of the last three or four days of their reaction? Well he's a good question. First thing I would say is that. This is not an attack on these are not reports of an attack on site immigrants or black people or or something like that we expect from Donald Trump and something that his base might actually help him with his base. This could hurt him with his with his base You know the the the second thing is I. Think there's a lot of. Nervousness in the White House and again I won't I'm not commenting on anything having to do with my sourcing or other reporter's saw sourcing Fox. Washington Post whatever. I'm you know there's a there's a deep hostility and mistrust in the White House of. Current and former generals people who lead the military. We saw that today Donald Trump did something that I. I've never seen before he attacked his own a service chiefs. He attacked his own leaders of the Armed Forces on call? Them. I mean, even in the even in this sort of an Tasma, we are twenty twenty race that's still something but I think it has to do with the fact that This is the kind of accusation that sounds believable in also goes directly to. A core constituency that Donald trump obviously needs to Keep energized come November. Yeah we we should note that there's there's been polling of of active duty servicemembers in which he's he's underwater with them There's been an interesting sort of officer enlisted split, but he's been losing ground even with a enlisted members. He's gone for a net positive nine points and Net net net negative twelve points. You can see that there. That's the latest military times pulling. You just mentioned what he said today was pretty remarkable. Briefly, sort of like channeling kind of like left anti-imperialism vis-a-vis his own service chiefs although it's completely like made up and fabricated because he. In the next breath, he's constantly bragging about how big the Pentagon budget is and how Raytheon is making off like a bandit. So but I wanNA play that clip just to get your response to it take a listen to what he said. I'm not saying that military in love with me to soldiers are the top people in the Pentagon probably aren't because they want to do nothing but fight wars so that all of those wonderful companies that make the bombs and make the planes and everything else they. Happy. But we're getting out of the endless wars you know how we're doing. But here's the thing Jeff. They're not this drives me insane the where we have expanded our footprint, we've expanded bombings all the theaters, and this is an absolute con-. This idea that the Great Antiwar Donald Trump has some revolt on his hands on the generals. As, you will know the generals are usually more hesitant to go to war than not usually often more has to go to war than than civilian leaders for some obvious reasons. No, this was remarkable i. mean he sort of channeling. Start Sixty Bob Dylan lyrics here I pointed out on a show media today it's It's quite remarkable given that tomorrow there's a pretty good chance that he'll brag about how much money he's spending on military hardware, and of course, as you know, he's deeply transactional in love it when when foreign countries by our military equipment. So if you're looking for consistency in that particular clip, you're you're looking forward it in the wrong place it doesn't make sense in any kind of traditional understanding of of politics.

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How will Van De Beek fit in to Man Utd team?

ESPN FC

01:28 min | Last month

How will Van De Beek fit in to Man Utd team?

"Meanwhile for United Johnny, we talked about it a lot when van debate was made an official. Can he play with Bruno and Paul Pogba? I think that he can think a lot of people I think one of the first things that everybody said when munch signing was okay. Well, why is it going to fit in? Well, things that don't happen when Manchester City signed a play I think when you look at social in in particular. So the end of the season you know he's from fall he he was so reluctant to change anything even in so. Late in the game, you know some games were seeing which were very close and you won't make substitutions until after the if minute because he didn't trust the played out on the bench on a thing, we've under bake the player coming in now versatility. Yes He's played is a number ten but when the young left and went to Barcelona, he was playing more about defensive role. So when I look at it I think. That he could play alongside Poker Obviously Fernandez is the ten and then you have rush food and and green will decide and the marshaled salt. Now, a lot of people say that there's no defensive stability there within the midfield area. But what you can do have in the strength in depth in the midfield area gives you the opportunity to make changes when it's called for in specific games. Mutzich recently signed a new contract was was out stunned in a thoughtless season to all the. Back end so we have variety. Now's the options to do that on a thing that's well social be looking at more than anything is in terms of saying is from the Baker install the season why is he going to star? It's another player that can be a game changer that if you start in the game or even if he's coming off the bench enabling the place, twelve arrests, things really important

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A confrontation, bear spray and two gunshots: New details on protest shooting

The Boom X Show with Darol Tuttle

01:13 min | Last month

A confrontation, bear spray and two gunshots: New details on protest shooting

"Images images shows shows the the moments moments leading leading up up to to a a shooting shooting that that killed killed a a right right wing wing demonstrator demonstrator in in Portland. Portland. The The search search for for the the shooter shooter ended ended with with a a takedown takedown that that left left an an antifa antifa supporter supporter dead dead near near Lacey Lacey Thursday night comas call Miller has the new evidence that was just unsealed. As a pro Trump caravan made its way through downtown Portland last weekend, counter protesters came out as well. And hours later, a deadly shooting. Erin J. Danielson, a right wing activist and Patriot prayer supporter, was killed and a warrant for the alleged gunman Michael Rainelle and Antifa supporter was issued and now new court documents show the images leading up to the confrontation. Rainelle seen walking And inside that parking garage as Danielson walks by out of frame. Those shots are fired. Reynaud and another man seen running away Portland police now trying to track that person down. Detectives found a loaded handgun and three magazines on Danielson along with Bear Mace. Witnesses say he sprayed it before the gunfire and then outside of a lacy apartment complex. A fugitive task force tried arresting Rainelle. U. S marshals say he was armed. He was shot and killed.

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Suspect in killing of right-wing protester fatally shot during arrest

News, Traffic and Weather

02:19 min | Last month

Suspect in killing of right-wing protester fatally shot during arrest

"Show the moments leading up to a shooting that killed a right wing demonstrator in Portland. The search for the shooter ended with the take down that left Antifa supporter dead near Lacey last night. Tonight. We're hearing from people who know both men call Miller is live tonight with new evidence that was just unsealed. Cole. I'm very impressed it. An arrest warrant reveals that Michael Rainelle was to be charged with second degree murder and unlawful use of a weapon in that Portland shooting. Both he and Aaron Jay Danielson came armed to those protests, and at least four witnesses told detectives they heard shouting. Followed by two gunshots as a pro Trump caravan made its way through downtown Portland last weekend. Counter protesters came out as well and hours later, a deadly shooting. Erin J. Danielson, a right wing activist and Patriot prayer supporter, was killed and a warrant for the alleged gunman Michael Rainelle and Antifa supporter was issued yesterday. And now, new court documents show the images leading up to the confrontation. Rainelle seen walking than inside that parking garage as Danielson walks by out of frame. Those shots are fired. Reynaud and another man seen running away Portland police now trying to track that person down. Detectives found a loaded handgun and three magazines on, Daniel said, along with Bear makes, witnesses say he sprayed it before the gunfire. And then last night outside of a lacy apartment complex. A fugitive task force tried arresting Rainelle. U. S marshals say he was armed. He was shot and killed. I wish people treated him is gonna be treated them like they always have nothing. But he was always pumped about. You know things were going to get better friends also remembering Danielson not going down there getting so crazy. I worry about you. And that was the last messages and a search warrant was also unsealed today and that showed that Rainelle lived at a Portland address. It's unclear if he had ties to the lacy area. Or why he may have been there, and we still don't know if he ever at any point fired at officers. Neighbors told me last night, they heard at least two dozen shots overall. To you.

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Suspect in deadly shooting of right-wing activist in Portland killed by officers in Lacey

AP 24 Hour News

00:17 sec | Last month

Suspect in deadly shooting of right-wing activist in Portland killed by officers in Lacey

"Law enforcement team outside Seattle has shot and killed a man suspected of being the gunman who killed a supporter of right wing group in Portland last week after a caravan of Trump backers. Rode through downtown federal agency. The man pulled a gun as U. S marshals and police went to arrest him.

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Authorities fatally shoot suspect in killing of right-wing protester

WBZ Afternoon News

00:20 sec | Last month

Authorities fatally shoot suspect in killing of right-wing protester

"This comes after the fatal shooting of 48 year old Michael Forest right now by U. S marshals on Lacey. Washington last night right now had labeled himself on social media as 100% Antifa and was suspected of killing right wing activists. Erin J. Danielson. During protest in Portland, Oregon, five days

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Suspect in Portland shooting killed by law enforcement

Here & Now

02:49 min | Last month

Suspect in Portland shooting killed by law enforcement

"And we're following the news of the death of the suspect in last week's deadly shooting in Portland, Oregon, Michael Forest right now is suspected of killing Eren Danielson. A member of the right wing group Patriot prayer last Saturday as racial justice protesters and pro trump protesters clashed last night right now was shot and killed as law enforcement officers attempted to arrest him. Near Olympia, Washington. They say they were forced to shoot after they say right now pulled out a firearm. Jonathan Levinson is a reporter with Oregon Public Broadcasting, and he's been following this story. Welcome, Jonathan. Hi. Thanks for having me. What else can you tell us about right now and briefly remind us how he encountered Aaron Danielson in Portland. Right now was a 48 professional snowboarder up until the George Floyd was killed in Minneapolis, and the protest started in Portland. His social media was about snowboarding about nature, and then When the protest started here. There was this dramatic shift, and it appears that he had been attending the nightly protests downtown. The way he encountered Danielson. There was Trump Caravan last begin that came through Portland. Hundreds of vehicles waving trump flags and fin blue line flags. They all poured into downtown fights broke out between them and counter protesters. Some of the trump demonstrators were shooting people with bare maze and paintball guns from their trucks. A few times they drove their trucks through counter protesters on the Facebook page for the event attendees were encouraged to conceal carry And this came on the heels of free this week's rally that just evolved into really extraordinary violence, a lot of firearms and that crowd as well. So there was tension coming into this past weekend's protest and as it was winding down We know that right now encountered Aaron Danielson downtown. Words were exchanged and ultimately right now fired two shots. One struck Darius and in the chest and killed him right now, then ran away. We don't know the specifics, though. We don't know. You know what happened What the altercation was about or what? Specifically, you know, motivated the shooting. Portland Police obtained a warrant for his arrest yesterday. Explain what happened once they located him. Yeah, Yesterday, Mama County Judge issued the warrant. It wasn't Portland Police located him is just before 7 P.m. members of the Pacific Northwest Violent Offender Task Force, which is a bunch of different law enforcement agencies. We were waiting outside in apartment near Olympia, Washington, where they thought Reinhold staying right now was saying they confronted him as he was getting into a vehicle and that's when shooting began. The U. S marshals said that he had a gun and was threatening the lives of law enforcement. We have been able to confirm that we don't know if right now fired at them or what exactly transpired.

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WTMJ 620

01:55 min | 8 months ago

"marshal" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"S. marshal of the Eastern District of Wisconsin Brzezinski has been the chief of police in the fall for twelve years before that she served twenty six years at the Milwaukee police department the US marshals seat is currently vacant Wisconsin votes the race for president is close in the badger state it's a dead heat between president trump and all six democratic candidates reference in the latest Marquette University law school poll that Paul says every match up is within the margin of error senator Bernie Sanders's popularity is growing among Democrats as of now he is twenty nine percent support heading into the presidential primary this April followed by former New York mayor Mike Bloomberg at seventy percent and former VP Joe Biden at fifteen Eric bill step W. TMZ news vice president Mike pence is now coordinating the federal response to the coronavirus vice president pence addressing the partisan conservative political action conference saying fighting the corona virus should not be political we're all in this together this is not the time for partisanship but yesterday the president criticized Democrats for saying he didn't request enough money then saying he will sign any funding bill they send in the field ABC news Washington coming up after and hot water settles WTMJ news time three oh six just in time for spring theatre in fort Atkinson presents Broadway is the perfect musical comedy is now live on stage the whole family will be entertained with such forgettable characters make the Detroit nicely nicely Johnson and of course miss Adelaide in past showstopping dances was custom this is the production not to be missed all the classics such as luckily everyone's.

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WBBM Newsradio

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"marshal" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"On news radio federal marshals in taxes have arrested man wanted as a person of interest in last month's flashing a woman near to Paul's Lincoln Park campus the very latest this morning from W. B. B. M.'s Jim go to Chicago police say Adam Bromwell was arrested by federal marshals in Texas on charges connected to a July thirteenth carjacking in a garage on Fremont near willow deputy U. S. marshal offered operas as federal investigators found out from what was on a bus travelling from Houston to Dallas we spotted the blast had the Montgomery County sheriff's office and mark units from the Houston police department initiate a traffic stop on the greyhound bus we boarded the bus and took Mister brown well into custody Chicago police call Broadwell a person of interest in the July eighteenth attacked your hosted in Fullerton in which a woman who was a recent graduate of to Paul at her face and neck slashed investigators say the attacker attempted to sexually assault the woman but she fought back police say the woman was also beaten and had her wallet stolen Jim got us news radio one of five point nine FM Illinois state employees are finally getting the back pay their owed to but it's a lengthy process control rusu sentiment does a says about four point seven million dollars has been processed in the past two weeks but that's only a small fraction of the hundreds of millions in back pay owed to thousands of state employees the money was withheld during the round or administration because of a long running contract stalemate involving asked me the employees union a dispute that was finally settled by the courts man those are says the payments will be made as individual agencies submit vouchers Bob Conway newsradio one oh five point nine FM a proposed new budget for the Chicago public schools David making neighborhood schools a top priority mail lifeless helped unveil the seven point seven billion dollars C. P. S. budget which includes six hundred nineteen million dollars in what are called critical building improvements at three hundred schools across the city what is that money by includes directing thirty million dollars towards building state of.

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"marshal" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"marshal" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Deputy U. S. marshal confronted the suspect he was wanted for violent felonies in a west side parking lot this morning and then a gun violence is make contacts with the fugitive the fugitive did present a fire arm and at that particular time shots were fired all the information that we do receive or have right now is that the fugitive is deceased the deputy marshal who was with the Lone Star fugitive task force which tracks down violent felons wasn't injured and nobody else was hurt candidates divided about healthcare in the democratic presidential debate during the first round of those debates in Detroit last night it was a disagreement among the candidates on healthcare senators Bernie Saunders and Elizabeth Warren defended their Medicare for all plans well former congressman John Delaney and others came out against it round two of the debates is tonight police in south haven Mississippi just outside Memphis say the gunmen who shot those two people in a Walmart store was a former employee who had just been fired because he pulled a knife on a customer one of those killed was the manager would fired the thirty nine year old Martine broom sixteen year old at the sixteen year employee of the store was the other fatality the shooter survived the shootout with police he's now facing murder charges San Antonio police department some good news things today got to show off a brand new how a copter the third chopper on their floors sergeant Daniel and there is the is the department's chief pilot says this helicopter can do a whole lot more than just patrol.

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"marshal" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"marshal" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Marshal Laurie christianson says crews trying to reduce the risk of explosions, and no one has been seriously hurt working with industrial partners are city partners are liaisons within other agencies even some of the surrounding communities to ensure all the resources that are available or here teams are using water and foam to try to bring the fire under control. But they say the fire may have to burn itself out Richardson says monitoring will continue but test of air quality have not shown levels of chemicals that would cause concern. Alan sky, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD North Texas food truck owner claims a big food festival ripped him off and others to the Texas food truck showdown was last weekend hosted by the Waco chamber of commerce Keller based MAC daddy grill and its owner Shane McCoy were there to the festival didn't take cash or card only magic money. That's a car. That's loaded up and used to pay. It also tracked each trucks sales McCoy claims it kept an unfair count of how many dishes he sold causing him to be paid about. Half. What he expected he says while the payment system wasn't ideal. The problem falls on the Waco, chamber, chamber Lindor money. Upfront data check, and this is their festival I feel like they're responsible McCoy says he tried to speak to chamber members, but was repeatedly brushed off chamber president Matt meter says he didn't give them the time to analyze the data and have a calm conversation. Afforded the opportunity to pull up the information take the time necessary to begin investigation. It'd be able to provide them with a thoughtful response McCoy claims Fort Worth based donuts doughnut snob and Dallas-based Nash box eatery also had this problem. Neither have responded to a request for comment McCoy says he'd consider hiring an attorney and the Waco chamber of commerce says they would meet him in court rental rates in one North Texas city are among the highest in the nation. We'll tell you where plus traffic and weather together on the eighth. It's three zero seven.

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02:35 min | 1 year ago

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"Zero interest rates massive federal budget deficits, yet commercials have you know, recommending buying gold because inflation was going to run through the roof. Well, we didn't get that one showing you how much forecasts are worth which is nothing. But when you didn't get the expected inflation. You bought the insurance? You didn't collect on it? Just like you shouldn't. Collect a sorry shouldn't feel that you made a bad decision. When your life insurance? You shouldn't die. You bought the protection, you got lucky, and you didn't need it. And you should be thankful that that happened because an alternate universe. Might have shown up though, retirees are often the most exposed to inflation because they no longer have wages rising with inflation. And they may not have an a lot of equities in the portfolio, which tend to hold up over the long term to inflation. So they should probably consider tips more. I certainly recommend people consider tips, and for at least some portion of the portfolio, that's and the alternative should be compared to the return that you can get either from universal bonds. Of similar maturity or if it's an attack advantage count. I would compare it to FDIC insured CDs. And then you can see the difference in returns. What's the break? Even inflation, really and decide which is better. But I'll give you a simple example right now. So this might help people and how they think about it. If we look at the ten year treasury it's yielding about two point seven percent. Ten year. Tips is yielding point nine. So if inflation is only one point eight percent, you're better off in tips. I'd say that's very cheap insurance because the expected inflation rate by most economists over the long term is in excess of two percent. So that's one way for people to think about the problem, if you're not going to invest in in in treasuries, and you would look. What a CD rate would yield do or municipal bonds and do the same break. Even got let's move onto how investing affects retirement and the end when you're when you're looking at your retirement.

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04:16 min | 1 year ago

"marshal" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

"So I'll ask you this question to prove my point. We've now had three periods of at least thirteen years in the US. So this is getting also to John Bogel point or statement where the US stock market has underperformed totally riskless treasury bills for at least thirteen years nineteen twenty nine through forty three. That's fifteen years. Nineteen sixty nine hundred eighty two was fourteen years and more recently two thousand two thousand twelve thirteen years. So the you I would hope that investors lived through those periods would not have given up on the concept that stocks would outperform restless treasury bills, obviously over the ninety years or so we have beta stocks have outperformed T-Bills by about seven percent, we go through these long periods. Whether it's international stocks emerge. Urging market stocks value stocks small stocks, they all go through long periods. And specifically on international I'll give you one day to set, Bob. So from two thousand and three through seven just before the period of the last decade, the SNP had a good run. It was up eighty three percent. I believe the e Phee index did roughly double out at about one hundred sixty one percent. What do you think emerging markets? Did they were up more than about five times the SNP and the DFA emerging market value fund, which I happen to be an investor and was up five hundred forty five percent now, of course, investors forget that. Because the subject to this recency bias, the only way you get those great returns is to be there for the long haul. If and don't make this mistake of. Home-country bias, either investors all over the world believe that not only that their country is safer, but it's going to provide higher returns. Which of course, makes no sense. If it safer it should provide lower expected returns, right, right? You'd mentioned by the just so people know that if he is the Europe Australia Asia and far east index. Most commonly used non US stock and basically the developed markets ex US, right? An X Canada is next candidate. Right. Correct. Let's move onto the fixed income side of the portfolio and asset that does not have as long of a history. But that I think you do believe belongs in most retirees portfolios at least, and that is tips treasury inflation protected securities. Those are also an asset class that haven't done hasn't done particularly well over the last few years, what's the role of those in a portfolio, especially for someone who's gonna look at them today at a typical tips fund and see that they haven't provided much return. Well, let's think about it. This way tips are basically a vehicle that gives you insurance against unexpected. Inflation the expected inflation rate is built into nominal bonds that don't provide inflation protection, so Bob when you buy life insurance, and you don't die. Are you on happy that you bought the insurance and think it was a mistake? No, absolutely. No. Of course, not. You don't confuse strategy without gum. The problem with many people when it comes to investing is they think a good outcome was based on a good strategy when it might be lock, and they think a bad outcome had to be because of a bad strategy with it might just be bad luck. You shouldn't confuse the two. We have had a period of obviously, well below expected inflation. I'm sure you recall, many gurus were predicting outsides inflation because of the Federal Reserve very, easy monetary policy. Quantitative easing.

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04:16 min | 1 year ago

"marshal" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

"So I'll ask you this question to prove my point. We've now had three periods of at least thirteen years in the US. So this is getting also to John Bogel point or statement where the US stock market has underperformed totally riskless treasury bills for at least thirteen years nineteen twenty nine through forty three. That's fifteen years. Nineteen sixty nine hundred eighty two was fourteen years and more recently two thousand two thousand twelve thirteen years. So the you I would hope that investors lived through those periods would not have given up on the concept that stocks would outperform restless treasury bills, obviously over the ninety years or so we have beta stocks have outperformed T-Bills by about seven percent, we go through these long periods. Whether it's international stocks emerge. Urging market stocks value stocks small stocks, they all go through long periods. And specifically on international I'll give you one day to set, Bob. So from two thousand and three through seven just before the period of the last decade, the SNP had a good run. It was up eighty three percent. I believe the e Phee index did roughly double out at about one hundred sixty one percent. What do you think emerging markets? Did they were up more than about five times the SNP and the DFA emerging market value fund, which I happen to be an investor and was up five hundred forty five percent now, of course, investors forget that. Because the subject to this recency bias, the only way you get those great returns is to be there for the long haul. If and don't make this mistake of. Home-country bias, either investors all over the world believe that not only that their country is safer, but it's going to provide higher returns. Which of course, makes no sense. If it safer it should provide lower expected returns, right, right? You'd mentioned by the just so people know that if he is the Europe Australia Asia and far east index. Most commonly used non US stock and basically the developed markets ex US, right? An X Canada is next candidate. Right. Correct. Let's move onto the fixed income side of the portfolio and asset that does not have as long of a history. But that I think you do believe belongs in most retirees portfolios at least, and that is tips treasury inflation protected securities. Those are also an asset class that haven't done hasn't done particularly well over the last few years, what's the role of those in a portfolio, especially for someone who's gonna look at them today at a typical tips fund and see that they haven't provided much return. Well, let's think about it. This way tips are basically a vehicle that gives you insurance against unexpected. Inflation the expected inflation rate is built into nominal bonds that don't provide inflation protection, so Bob when you buy life insurance, and you don't die. Are you on happy that you bought the insurance and think it was a mistake? No, absolutely. No. Of course, not. You don't confuse strategy without gum. The problem with many people when it comes to investing is they think a good outcome was based on a good strategy when it might be lock, and they think a bad outcome had to be because of a bad strategy with it might just be bad luck. You shouldn't confuse the two. We have had a period of obviously, well below expected inflation. I'm sure you recall, many gurus were predicting outsides inflation because of the Federal Reserve very, easy monetary policy. Quantitative easing.

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Motley Fool Answers

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"marshal" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

"Because when we do get cognitive decline. Many people will find it resists it and don't want to lose control and fear that so you wanna make sure you're planning for that. Because if you live long enough, the average person eighty five or older probably more than half the population will experience cognitive decline. So we have a whole chapter. I got help from an expert who was a nurse. An elder care. Attorney and help write this chapter on all the issues related to getting old. Okay. Let's get back to portfolio management, and you recommend a fairly diversified portfolio. And I'm going to ask you about a few asset types that have struggled over the last few years and see what you think to convince those of us who've been holding these assets to stick with them. Let's start with international stocks. I'd mentioned John Bogel earlier. He is someone who has often said he's not sure it's necessary. What's your take on international investing? Especially now that we've gone through five to seven years of them, underperforming US stocks. Well, my first comma while I have the greatest respect for John Bogel. He may be the only financial communists in the whole world who would say, you should known market like portfolio. Of in terms of exposure to international stocks emerging market stocks. So I'll I'll deal with that. John Bogel lived in Japan. I he might have said the same thing because he's got a I think a home country bias and look at Japanese investors who would not have invested into nationally over the last thirty years. Japan has seen their stock market today is about half the value. It was in nineteen ninety that could be the US. So that's a risk. You wanted diversify. So I'll deal with that. But to answer your question, specifically, one of the biggest mistakes, I found investors make an even highly sophisticated institutional investors make is that they fail to understand this point most of them think that periods of three years a long. Enough to judge performance. That's a long time. Five years is a really long time and ten years is in eternity financial condiments know that when it comes to risky assets. Ten years can be nothing more than noise..

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Motley Fool Answers

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"marshal" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

"Because when we do get cognitive decline. Many people will find it resists it and don't want to lose control and fear that so you wanna make sure you're planning for that. Because if you live long enough, the average person eighty five or older probably more than half the population will experience cognitive decline. So we have a whole chapter. I got help from an expert who was a nurse. An elder care. Attorney and help write this chapter on all the issues related to getting old. Okay. Let's get back to portfolio management, and you recommend a fairly diversified portfolio. And I'm going to ask you about a few asset types that have struggled over the last few years and see what you think to convince those of us who've been holding these assets to stick with them. Let's start with international stocks. I'd mentioned John Bogel earlier. He is someone who has often said he's not sure it's necessary. What's your take on international investing? Especially now that we've gone through five to seven years of them, underperforming US stocks. Well, my first comma while I have the greatest respect for John Bogel. He may be the only financial communists in the whole world who would say, you should known market like portfolio. Of in terms of exposure to international stocks emerging market stocks. So I'll I'll deal with that. John Bogel lived in Japan. I he might have said the same thing because he's got a I think a home country bias and look at Japanese investors who would not have invested into nationally over the last thirty years. Japan has seen their stock market today is about half the value. It was in nineteen ninety that could be the US. So that's a risk. You wanted diversify. So I'll deal with that. But to answer your question, specifically, one of the biggest mistakes, I found investors make an even highly sophisticated institutional investors make is that they fail to understand this point most of them think that periods of three years a long. Enough to judge performance. That's a long time. Five years is a really long time and ten years is in eternity financial condiments know that when it comes to risky assets. Ten years can be nothing more than noise..

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03:28 min | 1 year ago

"marshal" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

"The unexpected. So if you're sixty five years old, you think you've average expectancy is a twenty years, you should be budgeting to living to age eighty five building up a portfolio to allow you to do that you wanna buy insurance against living longer than expected. So therefore, you would buy an annuity that may be with. Not paying out at age eighty five that allows you to keep the rest of the money and invest it. You can buy an annuity with the the ferment for much smaller percentage of your portfolio. Then you could if you bought an immediate annuity. So that's the way we think about it though. And makes the most sense to me your all again, you want to buy insurance for the unexpected not the expected just in some up some of the things you mentioned in the book that the age at which people should consider buying these generally between sixty five and seventy as I understand. I would say it's a higher number. And the reason I if this insurance companies are in the business to make money they have cost of origination. As well as the costs of the expected payouts, and they want to generate a profit on top of that which they're entitled to. So you have to overcome those costs that are built into the products. So when your age say thirty five or forty or even fifty the what are called mortality credits that you get as a benefit in them from the people who die early and never collect. They're very small because say an average thirty year old very few of them die. So there's very little in the way your mortality credits, and you can earn higher rate of returns by replicating investments. They build the portfolio let's see dis out for the next ten years and do better because you don't have those costs. So generally, I would tell people you want to start the by new these in kind of your mid seventies. But you could buy deferred annuity and any point in time as long as you start. You know at a later period, maybe a J D or eighty five got it. You know, one of the topics you did touch on in the book a few times is basically our mental health and our mental capacity to manage money later in life, and to me that's another benefit of these annuities in the sense that you basically will have the money coming in regardless. And you you can't make as many mistakes as you might make if you had more liquid assets. I completely agree that one that is a benefit of having an annuity. But we do have a whole chapter on issues of cognitive decline and elder abuse. And it's especially important for women who tend to be widowed or divorced living alone single, and they live longer than then they are all so more targeted by crook. And are subject to you know, all kinds of financial shenanigans..

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01:35 min | 1 year ago

"marshal" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

"Taking social security should do. So with the one exception possibly being this issue of taking spousal benefits early. But the reason you want to do that is so security is actuary neutral, and therefore are the long delay. You're actually picking up eight percent more a year and social security benefits. So if you move from sixty to seventy that's sixty four percents in effect what you're doing is buying long jeopardy insurance against the risk of living longer. And that's the highest risk free rate of return you're ever going to get and therefore you're generally far better off living off your taxable. Investments drawing them down taking if need be minimum Aren dis out of your. IRA if need be and you will find when you run what's called, the Monte Carlo simulation. The odds of running out of money are the lowest when you do what the by delaying social security, and that's how we help. People figure out the answer you can simply run money. Call oh analysis, and you know, we'll tell you what the right answer is. But again, you know, people by longevity insurance and annuities. This is one where you don't have to pay any insurance company a premium to buy that insurance and cover their origination..

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01:35 min | 1 year ago

"marshal" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

"Taking social security should do. So with the one exception possibly being this issue of taking spousal benefits early. But the reason you want to do that is so security is actuary neutral, and therefore are the long delay. You're actually picking up eight percent more a year and social security benefits. So if you move from sixty to seventy that's sixty four percents in effect what you're doing is buying long jeopardy insurance against the risk of living longer. And that's the highest risk free rate of return you're ever going to get and therefore you're generally far better off living off your taxable. Investments drawing them down taking if need be minimum Aren dis out of your. IRA if need be and you will find when you run what's called, the Monte Carlo simulation. The odds of running out of money are the lowest when you do what the by delaying social security, and that's how we help. People figure out the answer you can simply run money. Call oh analysis, and you know, we'll tell you what the right answer is. But again, you know, people by longevity insurance and annuities. This is one where you don't have to pay any insurance company a premium to buy that insurance and cover their origination..

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03:05 min | 1 year ago

"marshal" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

"We talked about our buddy wave or the we Gotcha relationships. Okay. So that's something that you do in the beginning. Obviously, you don't need to do that every month. But a few other good ground rules first of all don't withhold information. Right. You can't be an situation where later on you. Find example, she uses a closet full of Amazon purchases or an online gambling habit. That's you just have to be forthright about all that stuff. But the other ground rule is you have to have become visible saying that nobody is perfect about money. Everyone's going to make mistakes. So you have to this top feel like, okay, I can own up to this. And it's not going to be a horrible thing. She'll talk about how remembering that all solutions aren't universal like different people at different approaches money. So some people will need to budget and some people won't and she put it in the context of Gretchen Rubens four tendencies. So you interviewed Gretchen Rubin back in November of two thousand seventeen aired it on air that interview on the she did we did. So if you look at that in the four tendencies are basically personality types, the way you meet your expectations and your outer expectations. So you're on obliged. You're a questioner the rebel and the upholder. And so if I could just like if you have two people who are rebels were married and trying to handle your finances. Boy, good luck with that one very tough. So does understanding that what works for you may not work for your spouse. But basically the bottom line is I just thought it was a great idea to have that monthly money talk, regardless of how you do it. But like what are you talking about? You're just talking about like, here's what I bought. Here's what I sort of. So my wife, and I used to do something called the Sunday summit, which wasn't just about money was about the week ahead. And then we transitioned to basically just doing it over Email. So every Monday morning, she sends me an Email of what's coming up in the week ahead. And then I replied, okay, I can do this you do that. So it would the practical things would be a financial update. Where are we where our count stuff like that for people like me who liked to do calculators and things like that? I would say at least every year you do an update are we on goal to me retirement to meet college as people. No, I have three kids now on the verge of college. So that's a big thing that comes up, but I also like the idea of anticipating future expenses, if you know, where you're going, for example vacation in summer are you on track to be able to pay for that? And chances are some sort of big expenses come up, anyhow, and do you have a plan for paying for that those types of things I think are the most important, obviously different times the this time of year. Now's the time to talk about taxes. You're gonna start. Getting in documents, tack tax documents either emailed to you or mail to you. It's time to create like an envelope, and you agree. Like, okay. When that stuff comes in where we're going to put all the tax information. So when it comes time to do the taxes, we know where to find it. So those types of things making that perfect hire can help set your team up for success in the new year. But where do you find that person? That's why when it comes to posting.

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04:13 min | 1 year ago

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"Everyone when an emergency fund should be three to six months of must pay expenses, the more. You have must pay expenses like mortgage or something like that. Or the more. You have people relying on your income and your financial stability, the more money. You should set aside in something nice and safe plain old cash and the number three having the money talk. Now, this article is actually from November. But I didn't read it until recently in the New York Times by Maria Theresa heart called navigating the financial side of a relationship. So she started off with the sets. We've always heard that money problems. Often are a big problem with Mary in marriages people often fight about money fights about money are often more toxic and more lot long-lasting says she talked about how she has irregular talk with her husband every month. She gets the reminder that pops up on her calendar, and it reads, this is all caps. Hot talk dollars dollar bills, y'all. And she the whole article is is pretty good in terms of. All right. You've gotta have the money talk has to happen on a regular basis. And she has some good guidelines for what talk about some of. It is stuff that you would talk about to sort of in the beginning. Especially in the beginning of a relationship, but then some other good ground rules rules. So for example, talk about your money past whenever you start dating. Someone you made you always talking about your relationship pass. You should also talk about your money. You relationship passed. Now, you don't know we don't talk about the people. Do you? I don't have a relationship pass only the president. No, no, Ron doesn't know about your ex ex-boyfriends. Now, I'm I'm sure he knows that they exist that they were thing in my life. But we don't sit around and ruminate on. Oh this person. I one time we we were doing evasive. It was him. He was doing basic maneuvers in a trader Joe's, and I didn't know. Zigging and zagging hiding around things. He's like, I just saw an ex girlfriend, and yeah, that's like the that's one of the few conversations we had that was it. So you don't have to have that conversation clearly because you're happily married, but regardless everyone should have a conversation about their money. We talked about our buddy wave or the we Gotcha relationships. Okay. So that's something that you do in the beginning. Obviously, you don't need to do that every month. But a few other good ground rules first of all don't withhold information. Right. You can't be an situation where later on you. Find example, she uses a closet full of Amazon purchases or an online gambling habit. That's you just have to be forthright about all that stuff. But the other ground rule is you have to have become visible saying that nobody is perfect about money. Everyone's going to make mistakes. So you have to this top feel like, okay, I can own up to this. And it's not going to be a horrible thing. She'll talk about how remembering that all solutions aren't universal like different people at different approaches money. So some people will need to budget and some people won't and she put it in the context of Gretchen Rubens four tendencies. So you interviewed Gretchen Rubin back in November of two thousand seventeen aired it on air that interview on the she did we did. So if you look at that in the four tendencies are basically personality types, the way you meet your expectations and your outer expectations. So you're on obliged. You're a questioner the rebel and the upholder. And so if I could just like if you have two people who are rebels were married and trying to handle your finances. Boy, good luck with that one very tough. So does understanding that what works for you may not work for your spouse. But basically the bottom line is I just thought it was a great idea to have that monthly money talk, regardless of how you do it. But like what are you talking about? You're just talking about like, here's what I bought. Here's what I sort of. So my wife, and I used to do something called the Sunday summit, which wasn't just about money was about the week ahead. And then we transitioned to basically just doing it over Email. So every Monday morning, she sends me an Email of what's coming up in the week ahead..

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02:19 min | 1 year ago

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"Everyone when an emergency fund should be three to six months of must pay expenses, the more. You have must pay expenses like mortgage or something like that. Or the more. You have people relying on your income and your financial stability, the more money. You should set aside in something nice and safe plain old cash and the number three having the money talk. Now, this article is actually from November. But I didn't read it until recently in the New York Times by Maria Theresa heart called navigating the financial side of a relationship. So she started off with the sets. We've always heard that money problems. Often are a big problem with Mary in marriages people often fight about money fights about money are often more toxic and more lot long-lasting says she talked about how she has irregular talk with her husband every month. She gets the reminder that pops up on her calendar, and it reads, this is all caps. Hot talk dollars dollar bills, y'all. And she the whole article is is pretty good in terms of. All right. You've gotta have the money talk has to happen on a regular basis. And she has some good guidelines for what talk about some of. It is stuff that you would talk about to sort of in the beginning. Especially in the beginning of a relationship, but then some other good ground rules rules. So for example, talk about your money past whenever you start dating. Someone you made you always talking about your relationship pass. You should also talk about your money. You relationship passed. Now, you don't know we don't talk about the people. Do you? I don't have a relationship pass only the president. No, no, Ron doesn't know about your ex ex-boyfriends. Now, I'm I'm sure he knows that they exist that they were thing in my life. But we don't sit around and ruminate on. Oh this person. I one time we we were doing evasive. It was him. He was doing basic maneuvers in a trader Joe's, and I didn't know. Zigging and zagging hiding around things. He's like, I just saw an ex girlfriend, and yeah, that's like the that's one of the few conversations we had that was it. So you don't have to have that conversation clearly because you're happily married, but regardless everyone should have a conversation about their money..

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03:09 min | 1 year ago

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"Larry sweat dro-. He's the author of your complete guide to a successful insecure retirement. And I'm gonna take us shopping at CAS Luke's all that and more on this week's episode of Molly. So brow. What's up? Well, I got three things for you. Allison number one the returns over the past twenty years now most of us have heard especially listening to the show that over the long term US large cap. Stocks have returned ten percent a year that number usually comes from Ibbotson associates beginning in nineteen twenty six. However, a recent Barron's article looked at the returns of the past twenty years when I take a guess with the s&p five hundred returned over the past twenty years now, I hate guessing at things looked like a big oil eighty well, I'll tell you five point five percents disappointing. It is split because obviously because of the to bear markets, we dot com than the great recession so half of the historical average, right? It really is half historical average because if you looked at what the stock market returned when you looked at nine hundred ninety nine remember this because that's when I start writing for the motley fool at that point US large Cassar returned eleven percent a year. So if you are. Doing your retirement plan right now, I go. Well, stocks return eleven percent a year. So though, it all the numbers in there calculate only need to save this much. If you didn't alter that since then twenty years later, you're coming up short because you're portfolio didn't return what you hoped it would. So for me, the main lesson for this is there's the historical returns. And there's what you're going to actually see we don't know what the future will look like they're to actually there's a silver lining to this. And then not so silver lining. The silver lining is historically when you've had a twenty year period with significantly below average returns it's been filed by twenty year period with very good returns. However, as we'll talk later on the show with my interview with Larry sweater. Oh, unfortunately, stocks are still highly valued. So today retirement planner should not assume that they're going to get that ten percent. Now, you keep saying that I know I know anyway, so that's number one number two living dangerously. America. So as of this taping the partial government shutdown is still in effect, which means, you know, hundreds of thousands of federal employees, either not working not getting paid or are working getting paid. And then there's the estimated four million government contractors who are not getting paid. And then they're all the people who have businesses related to the government. For example, the businesses around national parks and all that like those folks are suffering. But a recent stats from an article from CNBC really highlighted that. It's not just the government workers in this article the one the stats is right there in the headline. It's by EMI Martin. And the headline is the government shutdown spotlights a bigger issue. Seventy eight percent of the US workers live paycheck to paycheck. This the stats from a study from careerbuilder. It's worse for women. Eighty-one percent live paycheck to paycheck versus seventy five percent men. More than fifty percent of the respondents, save.

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03:09 min | 1 year ago

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"Larry sweat dro-. He's the author of your complete guide to a successful insecure retirement. And I'm gonna take us shopping at CAS Luke's all that and more on this week's episode of Molly. So brow. What's up? Well, I got three things for you. Allison number one the returns over the past twenty years now most of us have heard especially listening to the show that over the long term US large cap. Stocks have returned ten percent a year that number usually comes from Ibbotson associates beginning in nineteen twenty six. However, a recent Barron's article looked at the returns of the past twenty years when I take a guess with the s&p five hundred returned over the past twenty years now, I hate guessing at things looked like a big oil eighty well, I'll tell you five point five percents disappointing. It is split because obviously because of the to bear markets, we dot com than the great recession so half of the historical average, right? It really is half historical average because if you looked at what the stock market returned when you looked at nine hundred ninety nine remember this because that's when I start writing for the motley fool at that point US large Cassar returned eleven percent a year. So if you are. Doing your retirement plan right now, I go. Well, stocks return eleven percent a year. So though, it all the numbers in there calculate only need to save this much. If you didn't alter that since then twenty years later, you're coming up short because you're portfolio didn't return what you hoped it would. So for me, the main lesson for this is there's the historical returns. And there's what you're going to actually see we don't know what the future will look like they're to actually there's a silver lining to this. And then not so silver lining. The silver lining is historically when you've had a twenty year period with significantly below average returns it's been filed by twenty year period with very good returns. However, as we'll talk later on the show with my interview with Larry sweater. Oh, unfortunately, stocks are still highly valued. So today retirement planner should not assume that they're going to get that ten percent. Now, you keep saying that I know I know anyway, so that's number one number two living dangerously. America. So as of this taping the partial government shutdown is still in effect, which means, you know, hundreds of thousands of federal employees, either not working not getting paid or are working getting paid. And then there's the estimated four million government contractors who are not getting paid. And then they're all the people who have businesses related to the government. For example, the businesses around national parks and all that like those folks are suffering. But a recent stats from an article from CNBC really highlighted that. It's not just the government workers in this article the one the stats is right there in the headline. It's by EMI Martin. And the headline is the government shutdown spotlights a bigger issue. Seventy eight percent of the US workers live paycheck to paycheck. This the stats from a study from careerbuilder. It's worse for women. Eighty-one percent live paycheck to paycheck versus seventy five percent men. More than fifty percent of the respondents, save.

US Larry sweat government Luke Ibbotson associates Larry sweater Molly Barron Allison CNBC careerbuilder EMI Martin America twenty years eleven percent ten percent twenty year Seventy eight percent seventy five percent