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"meara" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

The South Florida Morning Show

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"meara" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

"Oh sure i it's it's it. It kills me the hypocrisy with these people just kills me. It's awful terrible terrible almost as bad as you see ellen o'meara meltdown yesterday. Thank god there's some common sense in the minneapolis. At least the city council members she was trying to get rid of the police department and replace it with a safety petrolia. They they shut down the theory. I'm like thank god and she went. She went ballistic now. I think her and the rest of the squad. They're bonded determined. Just rip the country apart. They just they they hate this. They hate america. You wanna triple the constitution. It's all they're all about. Oh my goodness get rid of the police department in. Replace it with a safety team public safety team which would include one police officer if needed i was like oh my god. What is wrong with you people lots wrong but thank god like you said there was some common sense that stepped and thank god for this. Oh god here we go. We almost lost reba reba. Almost we know it wasn't even an almost taken a tour of a hundred year old building in a tokyo oklahoma. I guess a close enough right. I is happened on tuesday as staircase collapsed. Okay now talk about the important part. There was a minor injury. Okay we're stranded on different floors a video of reba and others climbing down a fire letter from a second story window..

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"meara" Discussed on Podcast – Speakeasy Bar – ¡Mezclando Experiencias!

Podcast – Speakeasy Bar – ¡Mezclando Experiencias!

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"meara" Discussed on Podcast – Speakeasy Bar – ¡Mezclando Experiencias!

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"meara" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"meara" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

"This week. Some microsoft apps like outlook started their slow march to no longer working in internet explorer. next year. the browser itself won't be supported anymore as microsoft moves users to its edge browser instead. It's the end of an era for internet. Explorer created back in the nineties during the browser wars. And the focus of microsoft's big antitrust case margaret. O'meara is a professor of history at the university of washington. She says the first big browser was netscape navigator co founded by mark andriessen. Who saw browsers as the future of everyday computing andriessen famously says we're going to reduce windows to a poorly debugged set of device drivers and i think that you know i shows the fierce competition that underlay the browser wars but also wire browsers important once. You have a user using your browser. Then they are often using your search engine they are using your other software platforms and products especially as things like email and other software starts getting delivered through the browser. What is apple. Why does google. Why do all these companies get into browsers. They are away to get your dominance on the on the desktop itself. So when did microsoft come into the browser game with internet explorer. Mo- microsoft is coming in in internet time a little late but as soon as it starts focusing on it and devoting considerable resources talent and money to building a competitor browser it very quickly becomes a major player so microsoft can do what netscape and all other companies. Cannot it can bundle. It's browser into windows. That antitrust suit in fact was the result of netscape and its investors and other silicon valley allies furiously lobbying against microsoft for this anticompetitive behaviour for this bundling. We did a little call out asking listeners to share their experiences about internet explorer and if anyone still uses it and we heard from a number of people that they still have to use it for certain sort of business applications that only run still in internet explorer was its legacy sort of really built in the business world browsers. Initially in the early days of the web were designed to have this universality right and what happens is the marketplace becomes more crowded and the different browser makers find new ways to jazz up their product. They have you know. Features that make them not as universal so that is a function of this marketplace emerging from you know having something that initially was kind of an an idea of a noncommercial navigational tool for the newly commercial internet and now it's actually a piece of business software essentially. What do you think is next for browsers. Are they gonna stick around. Well you know. I mean the browser is we think of it. You know this portal that pops up on your screen and the way that you get online and move around the internet I don't think they're going to go away. But the the online world is changing the devices we use the software we use the platforms we use and will always going to need a roadmap to this enormous fee of online information but the browser itself. The way we do that may take a lot of different forms. When you say that browsers could take new and different forms. Can you give us an example of you. Know what you're thinking about. Well i think about wearables for example where you have watches and glasses and there have been you know some some famous attempts thus far. Google glasses is one example. But you know it's clear that that large tech companies are working with wearables when we think about a browser we think about typing on something either with our thumbs on our smartphone screen or on a keyboard. Clearly they're going to be other ways to indicate with human gesture or sound or something that will take us where we wanna go online. Margaret o'mara is a professor of history at.

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"meara" Discussed on The Divine I AM

The Divine I AM

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"meara" Discussed on The Divine I AM

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"meara" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"meara" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"This is 700 wlw Mike Nawrocki from CPS boarders on just a few minutes ago in talking about what the startup is gonna look like so to bring you up to speed here. They're going to start vaccinating. Employees of Cincinnati public starting on Thursday, starting this week. And that is up from February 6. So the district has seven places. You have been sent instructions. And so the first group is teachers and paraprofessionals and preschool kindergarten grades one through three classrooms. Um And then all the way to great 12, actually, so Nah paid service providers, custodians, building engineers, and they'll move on to keep groupie after that, Which is you know, after that, it's administrators and like, so that's a good news. You're gonna get the shots corner Mike Meara ski, though and as we debate about Walnut Hill High school in particular, because that seems to be a problem as the It's difficult to socially distance here because the classrooms are extremely small and very, very tight. One of the things, he said, as well. We can cut it to 3 ft. And have school twice a week in the blood and model when, well when, indeed we do that. Week after next So, Yeah, that's all well and good, But looking at the data it says that 3 Ft is recommended in medical settings where you can have face protection and respirators. Possibly. I don't think you're gonna have that in school. So are we just doing that to go T to get everyone back to work here? I don't understand. Furthermore, too. That was really, really interesting. That I said, Okay. Where he said. You know, we're about a year in here. Do we have a year of data? Um and said there's no appreciable difference in data year two years. First test scores go because that's how we measure. How are students are doing now? I think there's a big asterisk next to that right, because, well, let's keep in mind that school was shut down for a while. And did we factor in that teachers? Maybe. Ah lot less tough, grating simply because of the circumstances. And I would out of the third element there and having some friends whose kids do this is it's rather easy to cheat when you're when someone's not in the classroom with you because you have access to Other computers, data phone stuff like that, and you can also group texts because they can't pay attention to that, and it makes you smarter than you really are. It's easier to cheat. That's what I'm saying. And as long as students of going to school kids I've been trying to cheat. So you have those three factors there. And and But you know if the data says now yeah, they look, they look like we're doing really fine. Doesn't that undermine Theo education processes. It is, while the schools and the bussing and because that's the biggest expense, right we're sending kids on Busses and what You could stay home a few days a week. Or go to a setting where it's you know you're under one roof and remotely learning because there's a challenge here for working parents. Okay, Where do I do with the kids? Like it or not. Part of this thing is government subsidized daycare for us. It's great to get the kids out of your house. It's a real pain in the butt to have your kids here on the kitchen table. And you know you're not a teacher. I'm not a teacher. And not only that we have a parent kid relationship, which often is toxic. Because of the nature of adolescence and like And so you almost need a third independent party there. There's this setup but a different learning center model to in the future, But it's kind of I think it's a Pandora's box. He probably didn't intend to get into anyway. Your thoughts on all this at 513749 7000. They don't have big one and impound 718 t free call for you in Montgomery, Jimmy on the Scots bloke. Oh, Good morning, Scott. How are you? I'm fine. I'm fine. I think you know, I'm not trying to put words in Mike Meara skis mouth. But man, there's a lot said they're specifically with the with the test scores not changing much year to year. Yes. So I am one. I'm super disappointed in what the city's GPS schools have been doing to those Children, those families and it's just awful. I agree fully with Mayor Cranley. It's a couple of things that he said in there. One is simply not true. And one he's sort of stretched the truth. We're here where we've he stretched. The truth is You have something like what to the grades were quite at the school system, and his response was well, that's really down too far in the weeds for me to know. But what I've heard sort of second hand is they're about the same. Yeah. Whether they are about thing where the urn magazine. It doesn't seem like that should be below the weeds for him. The thing that he said, Well, let me interject before you get get your other point, and you're absolutely right. And that is well. Okay. We don't know yet. Well, we have. It's real time, right? If I if my kid takes a test and gets an a or gets enough that's reported directly to the teacher. We have access to their data and certainly over the course of the year with school report cards and mandatory state reporting. Yeah, We're going to start pretty soon now and are quite exactly your Yeah, because only January 26, But you know, within a couple months, we're going to start getting some of that hard data back and we're gonna learn rather quickly how this whole thing's worked. That's exactly right. So for him to save it, he doesn't know. It seems to me that But if he really doesn't know, then that's the feeling of him and the school board for not being aware it just it just doesn't seem possible. And then the second thing is you talk about the fact that their state testing scores that those have been really put on hold off. That is an absolute All through the state testing for map and air testing and all those sorts of things they've gone exactly as planned because they're mandated by state law. And protests are, uh, grated very quickly because they're done. Elektronik Lee and I could tell you that the schools that my kids are involved in Administrators, and we do probably 80% of the kids and my kids holder Shakaar base to base and they have seen a drop in those tainted box scores, and I've heard that from other I've heard that from other districts, and that's why I'm wondering why. CPS would at this point b be the exception rather than the rule and pretending that they're not happening..

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"meara" Discussed on Women's Health By Heather Hirsch

Women's Health By Heather Hirsch

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"meara" Discussed on Women's Health By Heather Hirsch

"Shame away from this. This is these are physiologic processes. It's not your age levels are going down. This is just what happens. Dr. Goldstein often says that that Evolution does not care about the sex life of the post-menopausal woman wage and I I have to you know, I have to agree but you know, it doesn't mean there are things that we can go about it and we can do a lot about it. Yeah, exactly. I know I couldn't agree more FAQ. And say, you know in the cave days we probably died at childbirth or long before menopause. And so when men make more estrogen than women do it a certain point, you know, the balance is a pack of Tipton in in not in our favor and I think we live in a society where we're constantly getting messages that we're doing something wrong or we didn't do something right or you know, a just messaged such as like there's nothing you can do about it and you just supposed to be that way and that's just how it is. So I I love hearing different perspectives and hearing what you see and sort of seeing this a lot of things we agreed on. Well, thank you so much for a wonderful Frank and open conversation about vaginal changes Volvo changes how they can affect premature puzzle perimenopausal postmenopausal women medications that can cause these how to examine how to diagnose and how to treat. Well we covered a ton all in fact Dinner short little time span here. So thank you Jill so much if you want to see, dr. Crap, I want you to head over to their website because you can schedule through them or at there and it's WWE DVD and definitely follow jail on Instagram because she is definitely the only one on Instagram posting about all of this stuff on a consistent basis and keeping it evidence-based and factual. So she's at Jill craft krapf MD and we thank you guys so much for listening into this episode. Please give it a like and leave a comment below if you any any other questions. Thanks Jill so much. I so lucky that. I just get to have my friends on his guess all the time. Thank you for having me. This was so much fun song guys. Thanks again for listening in and we'll see next next time. Bye.

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"meara" Discussed on Women's Health By Heather Hirsch

Women's Health By Heather Hirsch

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"meara" Discussed on Women's Health By Heather Hirsch

"A progesterone only birth control option like an IUD implant birth or even a progesterone only pill and really replenish the hormone to that area and you get better. So I think that there's other conditions that mimic this that unfortunately really aren't included in that term GSM so so far, I'm really getting the message or it's important. I think that everyone gets the message from dr. Craft that this can of birth Even though we're talking about it in in in menopause terms, but that these symptoms and changes in physiology and hormones can affect you across your reproductive spectrum and I think that is really important cuz it's damaging when you get these messages that something else must be wrong with you or something just completely mysterious must be wrong with you and it may be something that you're doing. So it's kind of wondering if you were talking like when you see patients Day in India, how does this affect like their real-life? How does this affect them in real everyday life? It's very impact when a woman has daily burning and irritation. It affects how long she's able to sit where a lot of women are working from home right now. They're in front of the computer all day. They're not taking the natural breaks that they do during the course of the day. They're not going to get lunch with their colleagues. You know, there's we're just sitting at our desks all day and and so there can be a lot of job. You know discomfort and burning irritation that occurs due to due to lack of hormone or dryness this can flare up the pelvic floor muscles, which can cause added symptoms of burning and especially when you don't know why or what's going on that can be that can be really anxiety-provoking and then the anxiety of that week all that pain relieving anxiety and it's more pronounced in women who have generalized anxiety. This pain related anxiety causes us to be tents and tense up and then that tenses up our pelvic floor muscles even more and around and around it goes and I often see women who have a hormonal component that kind of started things and then the guarding of the pelvic floor muscles that are in response and often becomes this big pain cycle and anxiety Loops itself in so I see that very very often. So that's one way in your normal daily life that it can be Affect things another way is intimate in Intimate Relationships. So when there's dryness and pain with insertion with sacks with intercourse, then it can really affect how you feel about yourself as a woman. It can affect how you interact with your partner how your partner views, you know your intimacy. I I see all the way I am women and their Partners they're scared. They're scared to be intimate together. And so they avoid it right if something hurts the first behavioral measure of the Studies have shown this to Thursday is avoidance. And so you get into a routine where you're not intimate in any way and there's more ways to be intimate than just intercourse. So we really see this kind of affect all aspects of someone's life and women will often tell you they say, I I'm not able to sleep. I am constantly worried about this. I don't feel like I'm myself and it really dead. Affects every part. Yeah, and then I I wonder how to that must affect your desire because you're right. I always kind of think we'll certainly get in in survival mode or subconsciously. You're not going to have much desire left if it's painful and I always kind of I don't know what you think of this but more pain causes more pain kind of that vicious cycle. I see it that all of the time and I often have women come and they say I have no desire and I have to ask well, what does it hurt do a pain? Because if they have pain, of course, they have no desire. No one really wants to do something. That's that hurts and that's going to cause trauma and and and found issues, you know, no one really wants to be in that situation. And so the important thing is to identify a diagnosis to figure out what the pain condition is and then to track pain condition and then sometimes desire comes back and sometimes it doesn't and when it doesn't there's ways there there's ways that we can treat that also but we really have to address may be arousal component the desire. I'm sorry the arousal component the pain can help first before we get to the desire. Component. Yeah agree. So I want to go back to something. You said earlier we were talking about first about the changes of estrogen has but what are the changes that testosterone has in terms of the valve on the vagina and clitoris or maybe even the bladder? I'm not sure and what happens to our testosterone as as we go through our twenties thirties forties fifties. Yes, so mm decreases along with estrogen and so they're in the same pathway and so the important thing to know about testosterone or at least what we're discovering now is that there are certain areas of the anatomy that are especially responsive to androgens testosterone is an example of an androgen and so the gland openings that are located in the adjustable which are that entrance area to the vagina the vaginal opening if you will those glands are very very sensitive to androgens

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"meara" Discussed on Women's Health By Heather Hirsch

Women's Health By Heather Hirsch

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"meara" Discussed on Women's Health By Heather Hirsch

"Yet. And so the coding will still still say both of a vaginal atrophy. That's the club it's linked and so it was important for people to know that history. So when they see their paperwork, they understand but it's very descriptive term. It's just not a very nice term but you know, the fact there are some things about genitourinary syndrome of menopause that are also not optimal as a term because it wasn't well I'll tell you so so first of all, it really only issue is menopause in the term and we know that these levels decrease well before menopause and so we really exclude are perimenopausal ladies. And so they think oh God Shouldn't be happening to me in my forties. Well, guess what it does and we can we can start to treat you. And yes, and I know that you agree with that. Yeah, how often have you heard? You know, you you're too young for vaginal estrogen or you you can't use postmenopausal hormones. If you're not postmenopausal and how how damaging are those myths and misconceptions. It's so hurtful because it's really, you know, we really need to think of the physiology here. We need to think of what's happening. It's not necessarily the age of the person it's their promotion status. If someone has had an oophorectomy meaning they've had their ovaries removed they could be they could be young. They're probably younger and that has a very pronounced change on your hormones at drops your estrogen levels. And so, you know, it's it's important to it's important to consider different patient presentations in different populations. And and and all women who are going through these types of symptoms and really give them validity and give make them feel like yes, you are a part of this too. And there's help for you. I think that's essential and the other part that this this is is there's a trophy or thinning and dryness and even urinary symptoms that can be related to decreases in hormones for other reasons. For example, there's certain medications that can decrease levels of estrogen and androgens like testosterone and one of the biggest ones that I see is spironolactone, which is a very common anti-androgen medications used for acne and that can be very anti-androgenic meaning it works against testosterone and so women can have some both are symptoms related to a medication. They're taking another group of medications that can act in this way Ur birth control pills. These are combined oral birth control pills that have the estrogen As well as the progesterone in in them, but there's only a small subset of women that really react in this way. But when they do they often go years not really knowing why they're having pain with sex why they have dryness and decreased lubrication and it's a shock to them that hey it could be the medication that you're taking that's actually altering your hormones that's causing these changes and all we have to do is really take you off of those hormones give you

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"meara" Discussed on Women's Health By Heather Hirsch

Women's Health By Heather Hirsch

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"meara" Discussed on Women's Health By Heather Hirsch

"Of menopause which is a big word. So since it's a mouthful will be calling it GSM for here. So my very first question for you off the bath. Is when women have these types of sexual health problems related to GSM at menopause in midlife. What are they coming to you saying or what are the complains you're hearing? You know, how do people know that they have this that's a great question. So main things that women come to me are vaginal and vulvar dryness. They often have burning or irritation. They can have decreased natural lubrication. So that can be the component perhaps decrease the range so they can have pain pain with intercourse and that's a big one. That's usually what brings them to my doorstep. Once it starts affecting their intimate relationships and they're having page in that's kind of the breaking point and then they then they come in another thing is tearing. Sometimes they can have tearing or a little bit of bleeding which alarms them. All of these symptoms are really, you know important and often times. I see women. They wait a long time before they actually come in and many different reasons for that. I'm sure we'll get into all of those what changes in at menopause or what changes in our bodies to all of sudden sudden have these new symptoms. Absolutely and you know the the before we get to that the other thing even though it's a lot of the vaginal symptoms that bring them to me because I'm a gynecologist. I should also mention a there's a lot of urinary symptoms that are associated and often times women. Don't put it together immediately. They'll come in for the vaginal dryness or the or the vaginal discomfort off but then when you start telling them about what's going on and how it works then they'll say oh wait I do wake up to go to the bathroom three times a night and I do have a sense of urgency. When I you know when I have to urinate or I do, you know go to the bathroom many many many times a day. And so we start to put it together. So when we think about this whole process we need to think about the tissue of the vagina the vulva and bring the vulva into the discussion to which is the external genitalia as well as the entrance to the vagina called the vestibule and then we also need to think about the bladder as well as the urethra, which is that little tube where the urine exits the body and it exits rate in the in the top part of the vestibule which is part of the vulva. So a lot of these changes occur because there's a dramatic decrease in estrogen associated with menopause and this starts way before midnight pause. It starts an average of ten years even more are levels of estrogen really starts to decline, you know even twenties thirties in 2:40 a.m. Is an enemy see a massive decline in our early 50s and so studies that have actually shown a 95% decline from premenopause to post menopause. I mean that's impressive and and and a lot of the symptoms that we see are intrinsically linked to this and does this explain why this constellation of thinking about the bladder and as well as the Volvo in the vagina sort of explain why we call it genitourinary syndrome of menopause. I believe we used to call it vaginal atrophy we did and then the more inclusive term that we were using back then was Volvo vaginal atrophy. Just trying to bring that vulva into which is a general theme in my education. It's just don't forget the Volvo right? Please don't forget the vulva and call it the right thing. It's not the vagina exactly. But yeah, but there needs to be a lot of awareness that that the e Binary system is very much included in this too. When we're developing as babies as fetuses. These tissues are coming from the same place. And so they have the same receptors and they respond the same way to hormones. And so we really need to kind of lump them together when we're thinking about the effects of decreased estrogen and the effects of. Menopause and menopause on all of these tissues and then that helps us understand the treatment process as well as what symptoms were treating and all of the symptoms were treating so you're right. So genitourinary syndrome a pause is the term that they came out with in 2014 and that basically replaced the term Volvo vaginal atrophy and there's a number of reasons. I mean, the biggest reason is to include the urinary system. I think that that makes sense but also the older term atrophy was a little off-putting and no one really wants to think birth. Their vaginas falling off, right? It sounds awful. It sounds like you're shriveling up. Yeah, it's like it's it's not the most loveliest of terms. Now. It's really not and it's off even with our coding the way that we could visits they haven't changed it to genitourinary syndrome

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"meara" Discussed on Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"meara" Discussed on Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

"Yes. That's a very big. I think to. To tell you the truth the best way to handle it and never have to worry about. Just keep yourself surrounded with good people who have the finger on the pulse and so specifically with short sales. It was no mistake. That i actually saw partner jeff our friends two years but i wanted to work with best you know and so i put out a weekly email broadcast every week to keep people informed. You know she. Can you know even if you don't buy property. Check my emails a lot of knowledge award a lot of different kind of changes on timing. How thing with the businesses. Daddy stand on top guys. Who is i. I can test. O'brien is definitely the real deal. You know he's really out there in the trenches doing deals and we talk about this minagawa. It's forever changing business. You know so you do have to align yourself with people like him you know to be able to stay up because the busy change all the time so like i said definitely will have the late you not with the flip free prophets product out. There is because i definitely would tell you you should definitely check it out. Especially if you're looking to get into schorr cells. And i have another little thing i just thought of if you have any interest in dealing in the world of distress real estate now distress obsolete meaning people who came behind whatever. They are more than once worth their two websites that you can subscribe to for free. I wanna make sure all these people about on ds news dot com espn for distress service. Es news dot com the other one is housing wire dot com. You don't go to those websites and make sure they got a free option to pay option but you just sign up to the daily email and they'll just send you links to articles that have to do with the distressed market and real estate in general that alone right. There is a is a little secret that i use that. I know you know every day. What's going on. And i don't have to scan all the websites and this all comes. Condensed one little digest these two websites so i would say if he were to familiarize yourself with that you could really no more than the average person when it comes to distress because you're gonna find out on a daily basis you know housing wire dot com definitely check on the via clue like you said clue those links on the website to for you guys will all right so the thing about is that it does take a little time for you to get money on obviously with a shore cell so for someone that definitely wants to start this type of business. What would you suggest for them to kind of do you know for me. I didn't tell her by wholesale are pulsa right just to keep the money coming in and then you know would it comes to what i what i found chris that with the nature of this product of in our system. What you're doing is you're wholesale insurance sales because think about it calling. Flip free on an astro. So what are we doing. We're doing the equivalent of wholesale sign. Where there's obviously different ways we do that. Which are you know we teach about but the point is we are wholesale and even if you know someone listening to this call. His same wanted to go the wholesale. You can still do that but you know without you know without a doubt you're going to come across tells mark you're gonna come across the short celine. You have a choice. You could say i don't do them and send it off to someone else and hope they pay you for or you do it yourself. Put hardly any time. It's handed over your negotiator and bang out eighteen grammar and everyone said to me. They complement each other. I don't compete the wholesaler. We work together. Because say look you're gonna come across older short sales wholesaling company. Do all right now. One thing i wanna talk about you know that i see a lot of the shore so houses i mean. Some of them are distressed. Course there's a lot of buildings that are out. There is easy to find the houses. The how're you. These buyer for these types of properties in the cash buyers. are they finance. No we have a mix of buyers we have we work at all kinds of buyers and the way that we teach do it. It really works very well because we use them less now. This is where it gets into nothing wholesaler. You know i've never done a mailing ever out. Have the virus list. I've never put up benda's on. I run my business to what we call the real referral method and we have an approach where it so attractive to a realtor to want to work with investor for all the reasons that we lay out the main call the main selling point to the road. I coined is. You'll never talk to the bank and we'll never touch a commission other words. You gotta listen to south anyway we with an immediate cash offer. We do all the dirty work with bank and don't touch your money now. Consequently we teach people how to negotiate their deals to the point where they're buying below value significantly below market value. Meaning you know we tell them. Exactly what com in. We tell them about the repair estimates. We teach them everything so that you're going to get a discount at a good price. Well we then make an active on the mls uk which gets pumped out the roper dot com and everywhere else so we don't have any moore's law property because of everything on that block or neighborhood itself one fifty and we list house and we say one thirty five bank approved short sale. You know bring your offers. A virus never problem we exclusively. But you have to do it. The right way with the right timing we teach. It's not make sense. That's kind of good. I mean because you use tons of buyers especially like inventory the banks trying to hell back a lot of stuff when you put your delay on their. We'll see it's kind of funny and ironic at the same time because people say okay. Well you've got all these deals. You're making all this money. You got all the money spent on advertising us into no no no wait a minute maybe maybe mr point. I'd never spent a dime on advertising. Love i built my business broke. You know maybe people forgotten never heard the story. I was coming off a divorce. I didn't i was buried in debt. Lose my own house lake. I went through. And so i desperately wanted and needed to succeed and when i chose short sales have find a way to do it with no money. No credit and why credit was putting the toilet man. I mean i was getting judgment store only left right if we could be honest so i didn't have credit card to go buy you know leads and stuff. I didn't have extra money. Layer on by some fans busted broken. So looking back at the best thing i ever did. Go through their struggle in my life. Because i now was able to become successful you know chronicled and journey the whole thing so people can see on the real deal you see all the video and not professional at all camera shake and sometimes had really did and so. Now what's so cool about that. And i'm so proud of is that i can teach other people who are going through hard times who are struggling. You know who hate their job. Let's say you know and show with no money no credit you can actually do it right. And that's what. That's that's probably the most rewarding thing of all things i've done in the past years is getting all these kinds of moments when people saying. Hey you know what you know. We could do it because we didn't have any money. Just like you end to you. Go down that path in struggle like you can't relate to people. I agree i agree all right. We'll definitely get you off. Get you off. The 'cause they say is the question. I ask every single person on every guest out here all right so we. Let's say we got brand spanking. New person just getting started having knowledge or educational real estate. But he's he's a tried to reassure ourselves because all these keeps giving his lease of those people are about to go to four over and these less work. How does this person get out of newbies zone and get that first transaction close. That's very simple. Okay if you decide you.

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"meara" Discussed on Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"meara" Discussed on Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

"Researching neto nathan german christmas auckland online. And i'm and i'm trying to figure out what these guys about. I came across a guy and he was probably twenty three days into one hundred and twenty eight gentleman's where he said look. I've never done a short sale. But i bought the system shorts overtures. And i'm going to make video everyday talk about my experiences to hold myself accountable to myself. No that i gotta make a video every day. If i'm gonna make video. I gotta go do puts a mansion and have something to talk about. He's going to tell my family and friends about him. Put out on facebook and we're gonna really hold myself accountable and make myself accountable to other people. And i said may and that is such a such a great concept broke. You know so. Actually contacted didn't know who. I was tracked them down on facebook now here. We are sitting in his house and that was always funny. How things work out. I track them down and i. It's a funny story. We laugh about it today. Because i said look i saw this guy. John and i really appreciate the concept. I've liked to duplicate that. I any says now look man. He goes nothing personal. But i don't know you if you fell stupid. Thanks dan marino. Now you're talking. Maybe you don't know what i have the cape and he of course just sounds good. Didn't anyway and finally after a few more phone calls he was like. Are you know if you're going to do it and do it. And that's the key right there if you're gonna do it do not. Consequently i was going over to italy at the time and i decided i'm not going to get back. I was gonna order for month. I started over there. One hundred twenty day journey and if i waste any of your listeners would like to see that journey if you short sales down dot com okla you can basically get access to all videos check out but what happened is just started working everyday man you know and how much money i make after those harm twenty days in yes actually made a video talk about all. I spoke to this realtor. Today here's what he said. Elite came in over here. And i really just you know chronicled my journey. I didn't make a dime. After on twenty days time but i came to find out that in the world short sales. That's normal now back then. We were teaching people and people were teaching me that you need. You need to be comfortable knowing. It's gonna take you about six months to make your ipad okay. Now today i would have to say that's probably been cut in half you've come in as brainy person anyone listening to this call and get involved with short sales and using the right system and the right processes you could easily have check. I would say. Let's let's be fair. Let's say three or four months but what school about it for me chris. I started in. May and i didn't make my i didn't catch my first check until december so took me seven months but actually closed three in september or excuse me in december of two thousand nine made over thirty two brand that month. Which for me was fantastic. I mean one month thirty grandma like i finally arrived now again. You're on the two thousand and ten and since then we built it up. We got over hundred deals pipeline at all times closing five ten fifteen vermont so it worked but i the again. That's great. I just put inconsistent action where i follow the business plan that was laid out for me and i think that you know anyone who's listening to this again. I'm not trying to preach short sales. It's been fantastic for me. And i firmly believe that. There's a window of opportunity because it was known in the housing that we have a good minimum three but probably five and seven years to make money in this So i think for someone who maybe is on the fence. And what do i do. What direction going. I mean again. I can only speak for myself. I think it's fantastic niche to pursue. Because there's so many lease coming in. You know. I mean you could throw a rock outside and you're gonna find some of that. It's friday in shorts says yet situation you know with auto for closures and stuff that are out there and i just read something the other day. There's over ten. Million people can.

"meara" Discussed on Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"meara" Discussed on Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

"Here's messing with notes. This is short sales for commercial. And i found that i was going on a webinar almost every night of the week. Back in to make it even worse. I started buying all the bronx while. So i got shelves full products. You know this one. I didn't even open this one. I went through about two hours. We've got busy when over here and it was like our stuck in that trap that shiny new object every time something new came along look good i would have to learn.

"meara" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"meara" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Another airline requiring passengers to cover their noses and mouths on boarding today passengers flying aboard American Airlines must be wearing masks Americans employees have already been wearing them in advance of making the passengers do it at some locations the airline might even screen passengers by temperature and they will provide masks to their passengers at airports Americans aircraft will also undergo more frequent deep cleaning the airline joins both JetBlue and United in requiring faces of passengers be covered aboard their planes Evan brown fox news Pennsylvania governor Tom wolf taking aim at local officials in his state or making plans to re open in defiance of his stay at home order saying he will block covert nineteen eighty to those counties if they move forward adding local officials open up her acting selfishly and putting lives at risk Republicans and some business owners have accused the Democrats of moving too slowly in re opening the state fans a Seinfeld know him as George Costanza's high strong father Frank the traditional festivus begins with the airing of grievances problems with you people actor and comedian Jerry Stiller has died his son actor Ben Stiller made the announcement this morning Jerry Stiller began to show business career in the nineteen fifties with his wife as a comedy team Stiller and Meara he also appeared on stage and in several films including the classic the taking of Pelham one two three and hairspray Jerry Stiller was ninety two Texas Republican senator Ted Cruz has a book coming out in October the book about the Supreme Court is called one vote away and its publisher says it'll draw upon Cruz's legal background to provide an inside look at the high court's decisions before he was being elected to the Senate in twenty twelve who served.

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"meara" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"meara" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A lot of economic differences between right now and the Great Depression here we understand why the economy is slowing down and we expect that we can reverse it whereas the depression there are a lot of other things a lot of policy errors and so on that made the whole thing drag out CBS news update I'm Steve Futterman also happening this morning comedian Jerry Stiller has died so best known for his role right there in Seinfeld S. George Costanza's dad Frank son Ben Stiller on Twitter this morning says his dad died from natural causes it was a great dad grandfather and dedicated wife of more than sixty years to fellow comedian Anne Meara Jerry Stiller also appeared in several movies with his son Stiller was ninety two years it is seven oh three let's take out on the roadways now we check traffic and weather together every ten minutes it's Laurie Grandy first with a look at the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes all right Jeff still looking at a situation not ninety three southbound it's that right by they're willing to wait by the Wilmington offering their one twenty nine exit thirty eight dear it apparently involved in a crash there is in the left hand lane so they're dealing with that right now keep away over to the right hand side still looking good on route three no major problems Tings borough to Burlington it's a good ride downtown I just checked out the second bridge lower deck lever connector the Tobin all moving well pretty light volume out there for us right now now if your plans include heading over to Logan airport we're still in great shape in the airport tunnels of course Kristen will be he'd be keeping an eye on all the that dedicated senior our stores this morning BJ's and Costco market basket in Hannaford's just to name a few let's check out the upper end of one twenty eight now with Kristen negative operator instructor well Larry everything grinds to a halt one twenty eight north at Lowell St Peabody the reason of the right wing workers are out this morning it starts about fourteen goes up to Endicott street state of a laugh now some days they do take the right lane of the southbound side of this area around Endicott street that has not happened as of yet but we'll keep an eye on that question after the Babri insurance copter alright thanks Kirsten Laurie grantee WBZ's traffic.

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"meara" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"meara" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The weekend Jerry Stiller who had a long successful career as a TV actor Broadway star and in the movies passed away at the age of ninety two is some active Ben Stiller comedian confirmed his dad's death early this morning on Twitter Stiller says his father died of natural causes after a long career performing in comedy routines with his wife and Merah and Merah passed away back in two thousand fifteen of course still best known for his role in Seinfeld as Frank Costanza the dad of George Costanza played by Jason Alexander he was in twenty six episodes of Seinfeld seems like he was in everyone though because the character was just so compelling long before still it became known for his appearances on Seinfeld and the king of queens Stiller and Meara were top comedy act in the nineteen sixties appearing on The Ed Sullivan Show a whopping thirty six times the pair also were members of the improv group the compass players on the compass players went on to become a second city and we know how many great the performers they have turned out and as we mentioned died back in two thousand and fifteen and the world lost another legendary musician this weekend the founding father of rock and roll Little Richard died Saturday at the age of eighty seven from bone cancer literature's contributions to music immeasurable known for such hits as nineteen fifty six is tutti frutti long tall Sally and wrap it up as well as nineteen fifty sevens Lucille in nineteen fifty eight good golly miss Molly he was born Richard Wayne Penniman in Macon Georgia and boy did he influence loads of musicians with this rock and it covered the likes of artists such as the Beatles the Everly brothers the Kinks and Creedence Clearwater revival Elvis Costello and many many more Richard Little Richard dead at the age of eighty seven Roy horn one half of the well known animal training in magic duels Siegfried and Roy he died at the age of seventy five over the weekend from complications from covert nineteen is death comes less than two weeks after he revealed that he had tested positive for the virus it's now six twenty eight and also the music world mourns the loss of another icon his foxes Celgene Grasso Betty Wright was a soul singer and songwriter with some big hits of the nineteen seventies like her breakthrough in nineteen seventy one song clean up woman when she was just seventeen years old.

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"meara" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"meara" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Taylor was eleven year old daughter Anne Meara now she sang her mom said let's get loud backed up from some other pint sized performers when it was over her father Lopez Marc Anthony tweeted Daddy is so proud of you you are my heart and I'm forever yours and he wore a white dress with a tulle skirt and white lace up Deborah Rodriguez CBS news a year the NFL makes two sets of winning tee shirts and hats for the Superbowl but where does the losing teams gear actually end up the NFL has worked for six years with good three sixty a nonprofit that distributes discarded products to other non profits around the world good three sixty starts collecting the tees sweatshirts and hats for the losers of the AFC and NFC championship games and adds a Superbowl losers after the big game the merchandise shipped to undisclosed locations around the world to prevent the merchandise from coming back as collector's items a spokesperson for good three sixty says the donations quote literally change people's lives hearing on ABC news they're all winners in my book especially if you're up this early on a Monday morning after the Superbowl it's back to reality already and we're here to help you get up and get moving is downloads I heart radio is app on your smartphone and take WBZ newsradio with you wherever you go listen in on your time get the news when you want it anytime anywhere twenty four seven and interception off the football field a woman is caught trying to smuggle suboxone into MC I conquered doing a visit said during a visit this weekend she was in the visiting room when an officer busted her plan to sneak in those drugs suboxone can sell for as much as two hundred Bucks a strip the woman had two kids with her the department of children and families reportedly contact all teenagers find a loophole in the FDA's new ban on flavored E. cigarettes details now from CBS news correspondent Diane king all according to The New York Times report teens are switching from cartridge.

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"meara" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"meara" Discussed on WSB-AM

"You know you I was a big mod and I was a kid I like Monsanto and finally I got to go join a modest I could stay here on having here on earth who else is on edge ma and I could never use streets they all came out of all the family somehow on your mind expert was was mon another like nanny or some kind of housekeeper for all moved for the bunkers bunkers can afford something extravagantly right that's right Mahdi is easiest cousin who lives in Chicago okay and Archie hated her because she was a Roosevelt liberal and he hated Roosevelt okay okay a great deal in New so they go to their the and that's how the energies Maude okay to sit com now mods made yeah I was Florida Evans Florida Evans and so she became the mom she was the mom at times yes so good times is a spin off of mine I thought it was a straight out for a spin off of of all in the family because the street right okay now a family tree now in the Jeffersons live next door yes and then Florence was there made Florence was there makes you ever get a show now she had a show called two two seven after but it wasn't it wasn't her right and she was just on the breaking bad movie El Camino trying to sell a vacuum or buyback so she's still alive yes but just one more there's two more spin offs of all in the family while we're at it yeah which one minority bunker's place which was after you to die it was terrible lands are nice we had she was on on the family Stiller and Meara were on it okay all right and then you had later on you had Gloria that was terrible with Burgess Meredith Gloria was rob Reiner and Sally Struthers yes or was she alone was the single mother by then he was out in California thirty nine she got divorced moved back with Joey so what happened was rob Reiner actually got a new career yeah yeah he didn't have to be Mike anymore on the matter where this way Sally Struthers on the other hand was stuck in the character of Gloria after she did not have a director movies so Mike her husband he went on to me to do was.