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"marshall ross" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

05:16 min | 5 months ago

"marshall ross" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

"Now. I think it's a safe bet. That harald may have been trying to convince his daughter that what she was seeing wasn't real but i can't help but wonder if a piece of him was simply commenting on what was happening and how it wasn't going the way he wanted it to as in this is a nightmare. All i wanted to do was murder. My family and i've got the one kid running to the neighbors. And the other standing there scared shitless. Surely he did not anticipate his eldest child waking up and alerting his other children let alone the rest of the neighborhood but thank the lord baby jesus. She did after finding the two younger children frozen on the first floor. Marshall ross the neighbor who called the police went up to the second floor of the house where he found harold who calmly told him go home. Don't bother me. Meanwhile the police had yet to arrive. Marshall took the advice and did not bother harold who was still holding the hammer covered in blood instead. Marshall watched as herald walked into the bathroom. Now i don't know how much of this next part marshall saw or if it was piece together later i would imagine if a man covered in blood tells you not to bother him. The smart thing to do is go and check on the poor terrorized children downstairs. I cannot imagine what was going through. Marshall's head at this point. Had he noticed that mrs carlsson was nowhere to be seen had he started putting the pieces together. Had judy told him in the bathroom. Harold perlstein open to capsules of nabutola. Fatal barbiturate nicknamed death in a bottle. And why someone has this kind of drug just laying around in the bathroom. Their children uses beyond me. I mean i get it. He's a surgeon and people. Apparently thought children were either invincible. Or expendable in the fifties but like put that shit up in a high cabinet or at the top of a closet anyway herald then took thirty one small white pills which were either coding or some other tranquilizer. Just in case. The death in a bottle didn't do the trick when the police finally showed up fifteen minutes after being called. Mr perlstein was barely breathing by the time the ambulance got there. He was dead. So there's mr pearl sinn dead in his daughter's room. His three children have all been accounted for. But where is their mother strangers. True story one year for christmas. My dad gave me a box of a certain frosted cereal. That's how much i love. This particular frosted cereal. But i'm a grown up now dammit. I can't go around eating bowls of sugar anymore as much as i might want to. That's why i love magic. Spoon frosted cereal it just like that other brand but with zero grams of sugar. Thirteen to fourteen grams of protein and only four net carbs and one hundred and forty calories per serving. I can eat like a grownup and still feel like a kid. If you're kito gluten free soy free low car or you don't like gmo's magic spoon is for you order your magic spoon variety. Pack today and get cocoa fruity peanut butter and my favorite frosted go to magic spoon dot com slash strange to grab your variety pack and try it today and be sure to use our promo code strange at checkout to save five dollars off your order and magic. Spoon is so confident in their product. It's backed with a one hundred percent happiness guarantee so you don't like it for any reason refund your money. No questions asked remember. Get your next bowl of gilfry cereal at magic spoon dot com slash strange and use the code strange to save five dollars off Police found lily burleson in the bed. She shared with her husband unrecognizable from the beating. She had taken with the ball. Pene hammer still clutched and harald's hand when the police found him dying on his daughter's bed. Now look if you know me you know i'm not going to linger on this dude too long or try to figure out why he did what he did. Men who kill their wives and try to kill their children are trash and there's never a good reason we all know that there are basically only two excuses menus to kill their wives and families. Money and lust herald burleson was not exceptional. So what was it. Why would a man with a seemingly idyllic life suddenly brutally murdering his wife try to kill his children and then kill himself.

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"marshall ross" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"marshall ross" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Put that chapter behind him. 809 32408 to Could not wait to talk about this next subject. This was sent to me. I love this. This is a couple in the Midwest. I believe it's Michigan. Where'd I get this from Sean Carter? I love this sending me this story. Quentin and Michelle Ross. They're a young couple they had about what they have $120,000 in student debt. Now, a lot of us have debt in all kinds of forms. Student debt, credit card, debt, real estate debt investment dead. Who knows whatever kind of debt debt is debt. It's chaining you to someone else. You're going to work in the morning to pay off them not to pay off your life but to pay off debts to them. So there you go. And their student loans. This wonderful couple, Quentin and Marshall Ross. Their student loans came up to 120 Grand, which is about 3.5 times. I believe the national average for college grads in their thirties and five times that of grads in their twenties, but they wanted to pay it off. This couple's originally from Detroit, decided to stay local for school. Quentin, who is now 33 so handsome, double majored in telecommunications and criminal justice at Michigan State. God bless, I went depends. State barely squeaked through with one degree. You gotta love that marsh. L 28 years old took up secondary education at the University of Detroit. All right, So these are some solid majors now with these guys graduated in 8 4016 from our shell 2008 Quentin. His loans were 40 Grant. All right. That was 10. Years ago, Marshall graduated in 2016. Heard loans were about 80 grand. So together they roughly about 120 while they both received scholarships in high school that went towards their college. It didn't make much of a dent in the debt, so they're talking. And they said they never really heard about people paying off their student loans so much and that same thing goes with all debt name One person you know out there, guys that has no debt. It's become thiss understood, Accepted. I say biting my cheek accepted thing to have huge amounts of debt. You guys see all of these banks being built on every corner in America, and we wonder how can they afford to build all these things? How does this work? How does it work? Because everybody out there is working so hard and they've got tons of debt and they're on ly paying the interest on, um These banks are flooded with interest money everyday, perfectly legal, Perfectly square. We all signed up for these kind of debts. But that's how they're making their money. Then nobody's paying off their principal. Certainly nobody's thinking about paying off their dead in record time, and these two decided to completely flipped that switch to flip that business model. They'd never really heard about people paying off their student loans too much. You know Quentin's talking about how his mom had loans for, like, 20 years after she graduated, and that's a lot of us out there. When I graduated from college in the early nineties, I had maybe 10 grand in debt. I still had that when I got married five years later, and I was so panicky at the thought of bringing any student debt into my marriage that we just knocked it out. First thing I only had, like two grand left in my student loans, and I was a panic attack. Now, these days, people have 100 grand, and it's considered normal..

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"marshall ross" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"marshall ross" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Put that chapter behind him. 809 32408 to Could not wait to talk about this next subject. This was sent to me. I love this. This is a couple in the Midwest. I believe it's Michigan. Where'd I get this from Shaolin Carter? I love this sending me this story. Quentin and Michelle Ross. They're a young couple they had about what they have $120,000 in student debt. Now, a lot of us have debt in all kinds of forms. Student debt, credit card, debt, real estate debt investment dead. Who knows whatever kind of debt debt is debt. It's chaining you to someone else. You're going to work in the morning to pay off them not to pay off your life. But to pay off debts to them, so their ego and their student loans this wonderful couple, Quentin and Marshall Ross. Their student loans came up to 120 Grand, which is about 3.5 times. I believe the national average for college grads in their thirties and five times that of grads in their twenties, but they wanted to pay it off. This couple's originally from Detroit, decided to stay local for school. Quentin, who is now 33 so handsome, double majored in telecommunications and criminal justice at Michigan State. God bless. I went to Penn State barely squeaked through with one degree. You gotta love that marsh. L 28 years old took up secondary education at the University of Detroit. All right, So these are some solid majors now with these guys graduated in 8 4016 from our shell 2008 Quentin. His loans were 40 Grant. All right. That was 10. Years ago, Marshall graduated in 2016. Heard loans were about 80 grand. So together they roughly about 120 while they both received scholarships in high school that went towards their college. It didn't make much of a dent in the debt, so they're talking. And they said they never really heard about people paying off their student loans so much and that same thing goes with all debt name One person you know out there, guys that has no debt. It's become this understood. Accepted. I say biting my cheek accepted thing to have huge amounts of debt. You guys see all of these banks being built on every corner in America, and we wonder how can they afford to build all these things? How does this work? How does it work? Because everybody out there is working so hard and they've got tons of debt and they're on ly paying the interest on, um These banks are flooded with interest money everyday, perfectly legal, Perfectly square. We all signed up for these kind of debts. But that's how they're making their money and nobody is paying off their principal. Certainly nobody's thinking about paying off their dead in record time and thes two decided Completely flipped that switch to flip that business model. They'd never really heard about people paying off their student loans too much. You know Quentin's talking about how his mom had loans for, like, 20 years after she graduated, and that's a lot of us out there. When I graduated from college in the early nineties, I had maybe 10 grand in debt. I still had that when I got married five years later, and I was so panicky at the thought of bringing any student debt into my marriage that we just knocked it out. First thing I only had, like two grand left. My student loans, and I was a panic attack. Now, these days, people have 100 grand, and it's considered normal..

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"marshall ross" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"marshall ross" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Put that chapter behind him. 809 32408 to Could not wait to talk about this next subject. This was sent to me. I love this. This is a couple in the Midwest. I believe it's Michigan. Where'd I get this from Sean Carter? I love this. Sending me this story. Quentin and Michelle Ross. They're a young couple they had about what they have $120,000 in student debt. Now, a lot of us have debt in all kinds of forms. Student debt credit card debt. Realestate debt investment dead. Who knows whatever kind of debt debt is debt. It's chaining you to someone else. You're going to work in the morning to pay off them not to pay off your life but to pay off debts to them. So their ego and their student loans this wonderful couple, Quentin and Marshall Ross, their student loans came up to 120 Grand, which is about 3.5 times. I believe the national average for college grads in their thirties. And five times that of grads in their twenties, but they wanted to pay it off. This couple's originally from Detroit, decided to stay local for school. Quentin, who is now 33 so handsome, double majored in telecommunications and criminal justice at Michigan State. God bless. I went to Penn State barely squeaked through with one degree. You gotta love that marsh. L 28 years old. Took up secondary education at the University of Detroit. All right, So these are some solid majors now with these guys graduated in 8 4016 from our shell. 2008 Quentin. His loans were 40 Grant. All right. That was 10 years ago. Marshall graduated in 2016 heard loans were about 80 grand. So together they roughly about 120 while they both receive scholarships in high school that went towards their college. It didn't make much of a dent in the debt, so they're talking. And they said they never really heard about people paying off their student loans so much and that same thing goes with all debt. Name one person you know out there, guys that has no debt. It's become this understood. Accepted. I say biting my cheek accepted thing to have huge amounts of debt. You guys see all of these banks being built on every corner in America. And we wonder how can they afford to build all these things? How does this work? How does it work? Because everybody out there He's working so hard and they've got tons of debt and they're on ly paying the interest on him. Thes banks are flooded with interest money everyday, perfectly legal, Perfectly square. We all signed up for these kind of debts, but that's how they're making their money and nobody is paying off their principal. Certainly nobody's thinking about paying off their dead in record time, and these two decided Completely flipped that switch to flip that business model. They'd never really heard about people paying off their student loans too much. You know Quentin's talking about how his mom had loans for, like, 20 years after she graduated, and that's a lot of us out there. When I graduated from college in the early nineties, I had maybe 10 grand in debt. I still had that when I got married five years later. And I was so panicky at the thought of bringing any student debt into my marriage that we just knocked it out. First thing I only had, like two grand left in my student loans, and I was a panic attack. Now, these days, people have 100 grand, and it's considered normal..

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"marshall ross" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"marshall ross" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Put that chapter behind him. 809 32408 to Could not wait to talk about this next subject. This was sent to me. I love this. This is a couple in the Midwest. I believe it's Michigan. Where'd I get this from Sean Carter? I love they're sending me this story. Quentin and Michelle Ross. They're a young couple they had about what they have $120,000 in student debt. Now, a lot of us have debt in all kinds of forms. Student debt credit card debt realestate dead investment dead. Who knows Whatever kind of debt debt is debt. It's chaining you to someone else. You're going to work in the morning to pay off them not to pay off your life. But to pay off debts to them, so their ego and their student loans this wonderful couple, Quentin and Marshall Ross. Their student loans came up to 120 Grand, which is about 3.5 times. I believe the national average for college grads in their thirties and five times that of grads in their twenties, but they wanted to pay it off. This couple's originally from Detroit, decided to stay local for school. Quentin, who is now 33 so handsome, double majored in telecommunications and criminal justice at Michigan State. God bless, I went depends. State barely squeaked through with one degree. You gotta love that marsh. L 28 years old took up secondary education at the University of Detroit. All right, So these are some solid majors now with these guys graduated in 8 4016 from our shell 2008 Quentin. His loans were 40 Grant. All right. That was 10. Years ago, Marshall graduated in 2016. Heard loans were about 80 grand. So together they roughly about 120 while they both received scholarships in high school that went towards their college. It didn't make much of a dent in the debt, so they're talking. And they said they never really heard about people paying off their student loans so much and that same thing goes with all debt name One person you know out there, guys that has no debt. It's become this understood. Accepted. I say biting my cheek accepted thing to have huge amounts of debt. You guys see all of these banks being built on every corner in America, and we wonder how can they afford to build all these things? How does this work? How does it work? Because everybody out there is working so hard and they've got tons of debt, and they're only paying the interest on. Um thes banks are flooded with interest money everyday, perfectly legal, Perfectly square. We all signed up for these kind of debts. But that's how they're making their money. Then nobody's paying off their principal. Certainly nobody's thinking about paying off their dead in record time, and these two decided Completely flipped that switch to flip that business model. They'd never really heard about people paying off their student loans too much. You know Quentin's talking about how his mom had loans for, like, 20 years after she graduated, and that's a lot of us out there. When I graduated from college in the early nineties, I had maybe 10 grand in debt. I still had that when I got married five years later, and I was so panicky at the thought of bringing any student debt into my marriage that we just knocked it out. First thing I only had, like two grand left. My student loans, and I was a panic attack. Now, these days, people have 100 grand, and it's considered normal..

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"marshall ross" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"marshall ross" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Put that chapter behind him. 809 32408 to Could not wait to talk about this next subject. This was sent to me. I love this. This is a couple in the Midwest. I believe it's Michigan. Where'd I get this from Sean Carter? I love this sending me this story. Quentin and Michelle Ross. They're a young couple they had about what they have $120,000 in student debt. Now, a lot of us have debt in all kinds of forms. Student debt, credit card, debt, real estate debt investment dead. Who knows whatever kind of debt debt is debt. It's chaining you to someone else. You're going to work in the morning to pay off them not to pay off your life. But to pay off debts to them, so their ego and their student loans this wonderful couple, Quentin and Marshall Ross. Their student loans came up to 120 Grand, which is about 3.5 times. I believe the national average for college grads in their thirties and five times that of grads in their twenties, but they wanted to pay it off. This couple's originally from Detroit, decided to stay local for school. Quentin, who is now 33 so handsome, double majored in telecommunications and criminal justice at Michigan State. God bless, I went depends. State barely squeaked through with one degree. See you gotta love that marsh. L 28 years old took up secondary education at the University of Detroit. All right, So these are some solid majors now with these guys graduated in 8 4016 from our shell 2008 Quentin. His loans were 40 Grant. All right. That was 10. Years ago, Marshall graduated in 2016. Heard loans were about 80 grand. So together they roughly about 120 while they both received scholarships in high school that went towards their college. It didn't make much of a dent in the debt, so they're talking. And they said they never really heard about people paying off their student loans so much and that same thing goes with all debt name One person you know out there, guys that has no debt. It's become this understood. Excepted. I say biting my cheek accepted thing to have huge amounts of debt. You guys see all of these banks being built on every corner in America, and we wonder how can they afford to build all these things? How does this work? How does it work? Because everybody out there is working so hard and they've got tons of debt and they're on ly paying the interest on him. Thes banks are flooded with interest money everyday, perfectly legal, Perfectly square. We all signed up for these kind of debts, but that's how they're making their money. Nobody's paying off their principal. Certainly nobody's thinking about paying off their dead in record time, and thes two decided to completely flipped that switch to flip that business model. They'd never really heard about people paying off their student loans too much. You know Quentin's talking about how his mom had loans for, like, 20 years after she graduated, and that's a lot of us out there. When I graduated from college in the early nineties, I had maybe 10 grand in debt. I still had that when I got married five years later, and I was so Can I get the thought of bringing any student debt into my marriage that we just knocked it out? First thing I only had, like two grand left in my student loans, and I was a panic attack. Now, these days, people have 100 grand, and it's considered normal..

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"marshall ross" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"marshall ross" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Put that chapter behind him. 809 32408 to Could not wait to talk about this next subject. This was sent to me. I love this. This is a couple in the Midwest. I believe it's Michigan. Where'd I get this from Sean Carter? I love this sending me this story. Quentin and Michelle Ross. They're a young couple they had about what they have $120,000 in student debt. Now, a lot of us have debt in all kinds of forms. Student debt, credit card, debt, real estate debt investment dead. Who knows whatever kind of debt debt is debt. It's chaining you to someone else. You're going to work in the morning to pay off them not to pay off your life. But to pay off debts to them, so their ego and their student loans this wonderful couple, Quentin and Marshall Ross. Their student loans came up to 120 Grand, which is about 3.5 times. I believe the national average for college grads in their thirties and five times that of grads in their twenties, but they wanted to pay it off. This couple's originally from Detroit, decided to stay local for school. Quentin, who is now 33 so handsome, double majored in telecommunications and criminal justice at Michigan State. God bless I would depend state barely squeaked through with one degree. He got all of that marsh. L 28 years old. Took up secondary education at the University of Detroit. All right, So these are some solid majors now with these guys graduated in 8 4016 from our shell. 2008 Quentin. His loans were 40 Grant. All right. That was 10 years ago. Marshall graduated in 2016 heard loans were about 80 grand. So together they roughly about 120. While they both received scholarships in high school that went towards their college. It didn't make much of a dent in the debt. So they're talking and they said they never really heard about people paying off their student loans so much, and that same thing goes with all debt name one person you know out there, guys that has no debt. It's become this understood. Excepted. I say biting my cheek accepted thing to have huge amounts of debt. You guys see all of these banks being built on every corner in America, and we wonder how can they afford to build all these things? How does this work? How does it work? Because everybody out there is working so hard and they've got tons of debt, and they're only paying the interest on. Um thes banks are flooded with interest money everyday, perfectly legal, Perfectly square. We all signed up for these kind of debts. But that's how they're making their money. Then nobody's paying off their principal. Certainly nobody's thinking about paying off their dead in record time, and these two decided Completely flipped that switch to flip that business model. They'd never really heard about people paying off their student loans too much. You know Quentin's talking about how his mom had loans for, like, 20 years after she graduated, and that's a lot of us out there. When I graduated from college in the early nineties, I had maybe 10 grand in debt. I still had that when I got married five years later. And I was so panicky at the thought of bringing any student debt into my marriage that we just knocked it out. First thing I only had, like two grand left in my student loans, and I was a panic attack. Now, these days, people have 100 grand, and it's considered normal..

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"marshall ross" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"marshall ross" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Put that chapter behind him. 809 32408 to Could not wait to talk about this next subject. This was sent to me. I love this. This is a couple in the Midwest. I believe it's Michigan. Where'd I get this from Sean Carter? I love this. Sending me this story. Quentin and Michelle Ross. They're a young couple they had about what they have $120,000 in student debt. Now, a lot of us have debt in all kinds of forms. Student debt, credit card debt, real estate, Dead investment dead. Who knows whatever kind of debt debt is debt. It's chaining you to someone else. You're going to work in the morning to pay off them not to pay off your life. But to pay off debts to them, so their ego and their student loans this wonderful couple, Quentin and Marshall Ross. Their student loans came up to 120 Grand, which is about 3.5 times. I believe the national average for college grads in their thirties. And five times that of grads in their twenties, but they wanted to pay it off. This couple's originally from Detroit, decided to stay local for school. Quentin, who is now 33 so handsome, double majored in telecommunications and criminal justice at Michigan State. God bless. I went to Penn State barely squeaked through with one degree. You gotta love that marsh. L 28 years old took up secondary education at the University of Detroit. All right, So these are some solid majors now with these guys graduated in 8 4016 from our shell 2008 Quentin. His loans were 40 grand, All right. That was 10. Years ago, Marshall graduated in 2016. Heard loans were about 80 grand. So together they roughly about 120. While they both received scholarships in high school that went towards their college. It didn't make much of a dent in the debt. So they're talking and they said they never really heard about people paying off their student loans so much, and that same thing goes with all debt name one person you know out there, guys that has no debt. It's become this understood. Excepted. I say biting my cheek accepted thing to have huge amounts of debt. You guys see all of these banks being built on every corner in America, and we wonder how can they afford to build all these things? How does this work? How does it work? Because everybody out there is working so hard and they've got tons of debt and they're on ly paying the interest on him. Thes banks are flooded with interest money everyday, perfectly legal, Perfectly square. We all signed up for these kind of debts, but that's how they're making their money. Nobody's paying off their principal. Certainly nobody's thinking about paying off their dead in record time, and thes two decided to completely flipped that switch to flip that business model. They'd never really heard about people paying off their student loans too much. You know Quentin's talking about how his mom had loans for, like, 20 years after she graduated, and that's a lot of us out there. When I graduated from college in the early nineties, I had maybe 10 grand in debt. I still had that when I got married five years later. And I was so panicky at the thought of bringing any student debt into my marriage that we just knocked it out. First thing I only had, like two grand left in my student loans, and I was a panic attack. Now, these days, people have 100 grand, and it's considered normal..

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"marshall ross" Discussed on Here For It

Here For It

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"marshall ross" Discussed on Here For It

"So. It was boats. Time. I will pay twenty-five hey man. So broadcasting live from his one. In. Melito say you think I'll pay twenty five K for neither first of all? Yes I well, no I don't think you. Will. You also make you're supposed to be from your kitchen up a one bedroom apartment. If you advocate I hope you put that on a house for made better investments than a one hour session with a straight man to. allegedly. I mean. According to reports I'm seeing online so I've really I agree with me Joseph I don't think he paid Lamont Johnson Twenty five thousand dollars to his butt because. He making this video in as Marshall's Ross dress for less white briefs, and he's drinking out his neutral system. Could they probably sit there for free because he got seventy five thousand? Twitter followers. So he drink out of a damn neutrally man's gaped. shoutouts amaze GATE MISS DOT COM. He no I eat. Shit. I'm a fucked around the spill. That's devil. Look, at what we're talking about here for the devil. So I'm definitely not here for this week between My friend Courtney shut up to the Brown boys podcasts. He tweeted girl we was Doug Martin Dot Com it become is Romo we just got our poor in the girls went on these new millennial porn stars come into Winstrom so unlike I halfway agree with that halfway. I do have we agree with the out there was more. There was more fantasy. Drama. On the Internet because we didn't have twitter. And took, my was actually can sometimes boring. So, who is your alternate? If the market get a lane where? I can't say because I don't like more. So this the first thing I'm not here for I got two things the first. From Doug Mart, I did love. Giovanni originally. Tiger Tyson, of course, Yep. Castro. But? Memories Hitch don't. Don't meet your heroes. That is a real thing when people say don't meet your heroes and not that. Was My hero Santa Fe. Now that any of them Nichols was my heroes. But I met some of them and I was like all the fantasy is not here. Oh, I don't feel the fantasy. Dom Very Valentina. So this the first thing. The second thing that I am here for is g smalls. He has his new book black enough men enough is outright now go to Amazon dot COM typing, G. E. S. M. A., L. L. S. and his book Black Enough Man Enough I definitely put it on Ronald Recommends Arana Matters Dot Com. But what I'm not here for is last night I watched. So G. G, smalls is from the one G foundation which also puts on Name leaving the gentleman's ball degen was ball. And from jump foundation so I wanted to make sure we said that. Yes. They also had a golf for me as for ten thousand dollars in the blog as donate ten thousand dollars. So yeah, we're not begin. On not issue you donate. So But what I'm not here for this week in relation to g small is he had a penalty last night to promote his book download our Youtube. So also go through youtube typing G. smiles black enough men enough live. As consisted of heterosexuals frank sky is frank sky with an eye law. That's a radio decision. Okay. Eric Koernke what does he do? Who knows another Heterosex- name Herb van, Dorn what does he do? WHO KNOWS It's who game in who was also black CLEO Monaco positive as his name. Wrong. He stands for I'm not here for an funky Donovan and we all know flunking does Youtube Drake him as well? So Freak was saying that people are choosing to go back and forth between men and women and they mess it up for everybody..

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"marshall ross" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"marshall ross" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Prices everyday stock up with the new year at staples I've met bill traffic on the files follow us on Twitter W. IBC traffic thirty one degrees right now in the American standard heating weather center today what's are we going to get to about forty two see now that's happened in the time right now is seven sixteen the legislative session I'm actually going through right now all the things have already been introduced somebody wants to introduce an office of outdoor recreation development establishing the office of outdoor recreation development within the Indiana destination development corporation I I'm not is that basically somebody who's dressed like my mom screaming go outside and play because of if that's not the ad campaign it's just why am I giving them good ideas Tony Katz ninety three W. ID say you know what Hey Amy and all around and tell you exactly what I did what will even make the commercials for it will be mad bear dressed as your mom that's that's the way we'll do it now do the I know you will have no problems now it's just second it's a normal Thursday night to go shopping at the good will TJ Max I love the squeak into you say that like that's not standard this is Nina didn't want to show my entire a and right what I'm saying that a lot of good deals yeah it's a good deals you can get a good deal both TJ Max and good well in advance of the different Marshalls Ross all of it yeah basically I'm I'm I'm in a T. shirt or may a short it's different you know it's a different kind of work you know what thanks for welcoming me back good it's been it's been it's been a very interesting strange two weeks but now yeah now it's just awkward everything's back to normal nope clear politics have you seen the latest poll numbers guys everything we have discussed has absolutely worked out to perfection except Joe Biden has not faded and I have had to look long and hard and stare in America I am the guy who said there is no way this party nominates Joe Biden I'm okay okay I think I got that one wrong because there is a way that this party nominates Joe Biden you know lives with Warren has fallen off of the map she's under the real clear politics average of fourteen point four Bernie Sanders nineteen point nine on the on the average of all the polls Joe Biden Joe Biden is twenty nine point three it's out of control you look at Iowa the last poll ran through January third nine hundred fifty three likely voters in the sample Sanders booted judge Biden all tied at twenty three Warren is at sixteen clover jars at seven I am telling you clover chars a dark horse in Iowa it's it's Cory Booker is just gonna be destroyed he's only a two percent in the last poll close over the top five finish gives her opportunity it's it's crazy but remember she's dealing with a much lower expectation booted judges been the lead in Iowa and now is in a hi at twenty three the CBS poll on the average he trails Sanders by point three Biden is in third in the average black he ties in the CBS poll he hasn't gone away it's stunning but he was asked in Iowa about obamacare your mom can preserve on profits following that he likes is planning to display and those injured will be cheaper after passages players are allowed his insurance also says he supported.

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"marshall ross" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

09:34 min | 2 years ago

"marshall ross" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Put on the bold please is broken into a a good nickname or bad make name or two in Greg Cody the Miami Herald is in with us today and there are some things to talk about but I'd have to I'd be remiss if I didn't start as always with something that just happened with god's where I heard him yelling at somebody if I send you one tax you send me one back and and I also heard it lamented someone was stealing his favorite clothes so I don't know among those two I don't know what happened let's start with your clothes what what do you what do you complaining about what I've noticed year and I'm wondering because well everyone on the show was married now and so I am wondering I will have clothes and you all close yes I'm wondering because what I have noticed with my clothes is my favorite tee shirt things that I am comfortable and things that I love thing that I've had forever things I've had since high school and college we know those things you wear them all the time I was mortified to see Greg Cody at our last must've been wearing exactly the same shirt and war at the previous model photos taken of Greg Cody ours if he only owns with one that was a brand new shirt I'll have you know right that I bought how does it look like all the other like the landlord cut and that's my style of sure but that was a brand new shirt that I bought at target right like three cost me twenty five dollars when the cheap shirt Amazon just four months every time you wear it you say it's brand new that you've heard of all navy he just shops at old the women it is twenty five dollars indeed a cheap dress shirt put that on the put that on the pole plays because ours is an expensive sure but I think it's a cheap dress you know I thought it was pretty yeah we don't only with silver spoons and you know it's hard to tell what is the right amount what is the right amount to pay for Drescher I mean is twenty five dollars Greg sale price or actual price I think it was an actual pregnant even mind that's a a casual gesture it's it's not enough nothing I would wear with pride right you know that you can find some gems that like Marshalls homegoods yelling at a nice stressor for like sixteen ninety nine title of mortals their brand names that read do deals Lee low price sponsorship ads right now I don't know help you can't help but we're talking about other things all the sudden you decide you want to be a martial spokesperson have you ever been to Marshall's it's been awhile guys range like you're hired I went I went to Ross is the other thing I thought of getting on yeah one of them is rock so where you guys were the only one day Max and Marshalls Ross what is your like higher key there and I'm a Marshall's guy hello marshals go mmhm it's all the same isn't it I think you have it's a Max I'll tell you why I went to Ross I went to Ross that day we all needed tank tops and I felt like it was just a garbage dump of clothes like that they weren't interested spacing and anyway they didn't care how much they just want to get as much cheap junk in their piled on top of each other as they could cross them off losing interest but am I wrong one of the largest is this is this is everywhere all the just the one that I was because I felt I felt like I was in a garbage dump of Drescher Ross is a great store and on top of that if you want to get shoes actually know what Marshall's is the good she has a lot of stores don't have good men's shoe selection which is kind of sexist divide what what was what happened where's your favorite clothes so what I've noticed here is they mysteriously gone missing and when they go missing they never come back and my wife she takes the clothes that I love that are old but I love and I like to wear and I'm comfortable in it and I believe it's my wife who was gonna be my my mother does that to my father put on the polar really it does your wife throw out some of your clothes that you like yeah my wife does yeah but what if you did that to your wife yeah that's not the way that it works in fact I believe they should be our next the quality because I believe that right now right here is absolutely a space where we are not allowed to throw out the clothes of women there with your wife likes wearing something you wouldn't know first secretly take it and throw it out for you right we share a walk in closet my wife and I and her she literally is three four seven I have I get like one little corner of the walk in closet she needs some to be thrown away right my wife thinks that I don't notice and perhaps I burn that right not noticing that my favorite clothes but this is one of the things that I actually notice that Rick Pabst Blue Ribbon sure that I've had for years it's got a good that's that's for sure that's what I discovered my wife was taking my clothes that's old he's he's been wearing that shirt for fifteen years it's my Sunday shirt I think we find not getting any more clothes like just the clothes that I have now having them for the rest of my life I think I'd be perfectly fine with Antonio put on the pole do you have a Sunday shirt that's what you thought of it that they do have one your do you not have a Sunday sure did I do not have a now I'm visualizing still got only in that shirt so they're getting really are you supposed to take clothes off when you has only got twenty the pulling around the house doing nothing other than wearing just well now and everything damn good little of it there is angling out when a visual little you can imagine for fifteen years this Sunday so the pups will remain sure and don't bother with Pat you'd be right daughter of my to get sick to the he only goes on the round so what what were you saying though about the taxol god this is become the most annoying thing in my life when I send you a text do me a favor I send you one tax seventy one text back I am done this is my wife this is Allison Turner I and speaking to all of that whoa god Sir I send you one tax gather all your thoughts and seventy one text back I don't need seven sacks in response to my one tax they're just simple question just bottle up in one tax incentive back to get your thoughts to at least seven dead I don't use I'm tired of the phone and I'm tired of communicating it is we are committed to getting more than we've ever communicated you really side swiped Alice in there you threw her in that market with your with your wife she she's always texting too much well the guys thought it was a younger younger thing like the young kids are doing that that's how they respond Tony was tell me that and I was telling Tony no it's Alison it's my wife and it's my best friend Dan he does the same thing they're all the same age as me basically will still remember a during the bachelor party we're firing alright Texan everybody sending you multiple tax at the same time you're sick about it which is why you stormed off to go smoke a heater but yes I think that's a lie we just have the stream of thought were just like well I like that but I also like this and it's also like fourteen different tax but you could consolidate into one actually be a concise but you know who needs a I do this is not a problem the Cody has this is not a lament that Cody has that too many people are texting him because you are addicted to social media like Antonio brown okay well we were starting the show you were to video taping something in here that was not interesting in any way right I just we did that out by the way and Greg Cody what no I don't I'm not into social media I know what you're talking about great you're in there it's all you do yes well okay what some motion is what you're into right and you do that on social media you're not there to listen to anybody else to gather information find illuminations be smarter your there to simply promote your sting go brand yes some of that's true your your twenty five dollars sure brand right yeah until my latest column which is is a wonderful and I don't really I wrote about how some Florida high schools one all seven state championship unusual calling for me but enough about me you know the thing about my wife that that that drives me crazy is not the volume of text again for her but the fact that she cannot send a text to me without multiple exclamation points like whatever she says has to be accentuated with like three exclamation point which is just like a little I understand that the pet peeve but it's also what she has to do in your daily life because your never paying attention the house this weekend exclamation point she has the same does in time because you're not listening to your twelve beers and she has her entire life it's very element you with exclamation point please have a partial on ESPN radio my.

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"marshall ross" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"marshall ross" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"And you're listening to USA radio news now you live anywhere in the world and paid account prices on your airline white anywhere else you want to go and last call the international travel department right now at low cost airline eight hundred two one five five one four one eight hundred two one five five one four one that's eight hundred two one five fifty one forty one at campaign stops all across the country democratic senator Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts is attacking wealthy Americans and saying that they didn't build their own business home depot co founder Bernie Marcus joins fox news and was asked his reaction when senator Warren says that he didn't build home depot when I was working eighty hours a week it wasn't me working because it was somebody else working is inside my body but eighty hours a week week after week start the struggling to build this company up the government didn't help me I must tell you the government did everything they could to stop me from being successful and because all the people you don't hear that they hear this nonsense look at her how much money is she worth today big chain retail stores are cashing in with the details here's USA radio networks when the king the final holiday shopping push is in full swing retail analyst brit flick injure says Saturday was a particularly busy day bad sectors were clearly discount department stores and Bob price retailers so discount department stores led by Walmart and target off price led by Burlington and TJ maxx Marshalls Ross stores experts say what's come to be known as super Saturday is expected to bring in billions more than Black Friday for more news find us online at US a radio dot com for USA radio news I'm Tim Burke.

"marshall ross" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"marshall ross" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

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"marshall ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"marshall ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"TJ maxx Marshalls Ross stores millions of Americans also traveling this holiday season the majority driving to their holiday destinations at least three point nine eight million more people expected on the roads compared to last year weather though is going to hold up I'm Jim crystal on interstate forty in Raleigh North Carolina a record number of Americans are expected to travel for Christmas and new year's and estimated one hundred sixteen million of us will travel by ground air and train the weather will be good for travel across most of the country the coming week the one exception here in the southeast for heavy rain will fall today and tomorrow Kim chrysalis CBS news on interstate forty in Raleigh North Carolina growing up impeachment limbo it's four oh three time for traffic and weather together super retailers of knowing that all wheel drive traffic on the three is check in once again with Mike and Mike a world of we're gonna start downtown Douglas strode drive east bound it is locked up from mass have in towards the Longfellow bridge all traffic being forced off their at the government center exit from an early morning crash with a truck hitting an overpass there once you're in Charles circle you can easily get back on to store a drive east by mass General Hospital so a brief delay delay is reaching back to mass have these found connector journals backed up so was the the the westbound connector tunnel so delays in and out of East Boston right now the lower deck of ninety three the liver can enter the Tobin bridge they're all good now south of the city ninety five south slow going a couple of miles down after run upon to treat northbound is slow a mile up towards ninety three as well now the expressway south backs up before mass have down to seven able and then for Brian dad into the Braintree split northbound is slow seven hill up into the tunnel up to the north the upper end of one twenty eight is an Babbitt route three south is backed up getting on to one twenty eight north in Burlington miking WBZ's traffic on the three is our four day accu weather forecast clearing skies tonight lows down in the twenties then tomorrow will you can look forward to this sunny skies and a high temperature of fifty two not bad.

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"marshall ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"marshall ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Alerts so discount department stores led by Walmart and target off bracelet by Burlington and TJ maxx Marshalls Ross stores you're also says the nation's farm belt is showing surprising growth of a new trade agreement between the US Mexico and Canada has been finalized a summer said woman killed mauled by the family dog WBZ TV is Kelly brace telling us what happened this is summer sat are investigating why a family dog mauled its owner to death that she was suffering from a seizure victim's daughter call nine one one is her mother started having a seizure in their home on lease river Avenue she was making the call that's when the dog began mauling the woman paramedics had used a taser to get the dog to stop the forty four year old victim was rushed toward island hospital where she was declared deceased animal control did take custody of what police believe is an eight year old people no word yet on what will be done with that dog the woman is identified as forty four year old Melissa a stone zero a woman's in the hospital after her car crashed into a house in Norfolk street in Mattapan early today cars smashing through a fence into the side of the building residents evacuated a gaping hole left in the house police have not released the name of the woman condition or what might have caused the crash coming up the impeachment in limbo it's twelve oh three traffic and weather together to retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic of a three is and we say good afternoon to David's ruffling though David good afternoon Doug not a good afternoon for folks on store drive the spot about nine thirty this morning a truck carrying transformers hit an overpass in another car at the Longfellow bridge the transformers have been leaking the leak is under control though but storage drive east bound is close so everyone has to get off of storage drive east out the Longfellow bridge and go around Charles circle so it's barely moving on storage drive east from just about mass Abbas been more than a half hour delay for of most of the morning no problem so on com out for the mass pike if folks want to try those as alternates or memorial drive in Cambridge westbound on storage drives been seeing delays out of leverage circle to the Charles circle exit because of the extractive any around Charles circle south of the city the lower in the ninety three northbound is slow between route one thirty eight and route twenty eight and then on the expressway north bonnets pockets of congestion between great and I've been Columbia road and then it's like getting into the o'neill tunnel and getting to the exit to store Dr David struck Pelino WBZ traffic on the threes all right thanks David of course we'll keep you updated on that situation on store drive in we'll be following that throughout the afternoon hopefully it's going to be cleaned up pretty soon our four day accu weather forecast is brought you by White Christmas at the box center sunny.

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"marshall ross" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"marshall ross" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"And department stores and specialty stores have really struggled to deliver the same how will this latest escalation in the US China trade war impact the clothing business so I'm going to disconnect that we've seen in the industry for some time where the weaker getting bigger and stronger getting stronger and when they refer to the strong I'm referring to those off price retailers TJ maxx Marshalls Ross and Burlington on they've been on a strong run and this latest terror faction is their place to sort of benefit from it or be relatively insulated from its worst you write that off price retailers will be better positioned than their apparel selling rivals to ride out the storm why self one reason is quite simple which is can they don't source as much of their goods from China as some other players in the space do all three of them get less than ten percent of their goods from China now that compares to north of twenty percent for the American Eagle outfitters or Abercrombie and about forty percent for key code which is the parent company of that means a brand as well as White House black market so just less exposure to this track also really unique buying a model and they'll be poised to benefit from that as well sue is it will be harder than usual for the full price chains to decide you know what volume to buy and what price to put things that so once the cat at an accident the camber first and three hundred billion dollars worth of good it's going to be this cloud of uncertainty for retailers that they try to make these buying decision inevitably consumers are going to start to feel squeeze but they don't know exactly when they don't know exactly to what extent these really hard choices about how much of the price increases to pass on to consumers quantity of each item to buy what brands to buy and inevitably they're going to mess up he makes a mistake because this environment is just going to be so challenging Intel and third in a matter the operators have the opportunity you buy access stock from full price retailers and brands and inevitably a lot of them are going to have more of that on their hands and they like and they can be very desperate to unload that inventory and so that puts add off pressured in a good position to get the merchandise and to be in a strong negotiating position to get at a good price you talk to a retail analyst who said for off price destruction and chaos are good yes and it because they'll be able to benefit from the mistakes of the the full price I retail stores or the full price retail brand and sort of the influx.

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"marshall ross" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"marshall ross" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In the US China trade war impact the clothing business so I think it's going after this dynamic that we've seen in the industry for some time we're the weaker getting bigger and stronger getting stronger and when I refer to the strong I'm referring to those off price retailers TJ maxx Marshalls Ross and Burlington on they've been on a strong run and this latest terror faction is their place to sort of benefit from it or be relatively insulated from its worst you write that off price retailers will be better positioned than their apparel selling rivals to ride out the storm why self one reason is quite simple which is can they don't source as much of their goods from China as some other players in the space do all three of them they get less than ten percent of their goods from China now that compares to the north of twenty percent for the American Eagle outfitters or Abercrombie and about forty percent for keep those which is the parent company of that namesake brand as well as White House black market still less exposure to the track also officers have a really unique buying model and they'll be poised to benefit from that sue is it will be harder than usual for the full price chains to decide you know what volume to buy and what price to put things that so once the cat at character and acted on September first on three hundred billion dollars worth of goods it's going to be this cloud of uncertainty for retailers as they try to make these buying decisions inevitably consumers are going to start to feel squeezed but they don't know exactly when and they don't know exactly to what extent it's really hard choices about how much of the price increases to pass on to consumers what quantity of each item to buy what brands to buy and inevitably they're going to mess up he makes a mistake because this environment is just going to be so challenging insulin for in a match for the operators had the opportunity you buy excess stock from full price retailers and brands and inevitably a lot of them are going to have more of that on their hands and they like and they can be very desperate to unload that inventory and so that puts add off pressures in a good position to get good merchandise and to be in a strong negotiating position to get at a good price you talk to a retail analyst who said for off price destruction and chaos are good yes and it because they'll be able to benefit from the mistakes of the the full price I retail stores or the full price retail.

US Marshalls Ross Burlington China American Eagle outfitters sue analyst TJ Abercrombie White House three hundred billion dollars twenty percent forty percent ten percent