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"mike line" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"mike line" Discussed on WTVN

"Into the news booth. Let's get the big story with Alison Wyatt. A new report today outlines that a man told Ohio police he stopped a group of people from kidnapping Governor Mike Line While speaking to the media today. The governor said he did not know about this plot but that it is despicable people would try and go around the legal process Debate. Um, tough debate, but we all accept that fact except a few who are out there. The best word ends and that we have elections. Elections decide things and we have court cases and they decide things. There is a process. Pickwell Police say they have forwarded the report now to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, which is the agency that investigates any threats that are made against the governor. There has been more deadly gun violence in Columbus today. Police were called to the White Castle on West Broad Street this morning on reports of a shooting. The general manager identified his 30 year old Amanda Rush was fatally shot inside the restaurant and pronounced dead at the scene. Another employee, he was also injured. Police say they found the suspect, and he had barricaded himself in the bathroom of a nearby gas station. The SWAT team was called in 29 year old marker. Reynolds was arrested and charged with Russia's murder. The US recorded more than 77,600 new Corona virus cases just on Thursday. That is the most ever in one day nationwide. Health leaders in Ohio, meanwhile, are reporting another new record for a single day cases in of Cove in 19 for the third consecutive day. Now in Ohio, Today's update shows 2518 new Corona virus cases that sets a new daily high record and He marks passed the that overall with increase flying colors. for the Last fifth night. straight day. It was a reserved president, You're a one B C that six first he warning exercised weather. unbelievable A severe thunderstorm restraint last Watch night, is in and effect as a for result, much Rasmussen of the listening polls area has tonight him until vaulting around nine PM. to a 51% Showers and approval thunderstorms rating expected today, to move and.

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"mike line" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"mike line" Discussed on 710 WOR

"From the weather Channel Rain tapering to attend this morning. Clouds will decrease later on this morning and into this afternoon, leading in lots of sunshine. Temperatures into the upper sixties to near 70 this afternoon, mid upper fifties Tonight, Sunshine tomorrow a little milder, low to mid seventies Currently 60 at W. R Dance Force Baseball plans underway. Yankees beat Cleveland in Game 1 12 to 3, the other winners the Astros white socks and raise its eight old five star news next up eight and 8 30 breaking news at once. I'm Joe Biden on 7 10 w. O R N B C news radio station. This is Len Berman and Michael Riedel. In the morning on a voice of New York 7 10 Wooo are alright, well leading off our big three. It was quite a debate last night happened watching myself and I thought this is most have been what the Lincoln Douglas debates were Lakeland. Hey, Mike line was good for the country and, yeah, Just got a great email on DH for Mylene, she said, listening to you and Michael bickering for two years, I realized that help prepare me to secure the debate last night way providing a public service starless. It's real. It's real versus sleepy. Len. Leave England. There you go. That's it's the debate leaves off our big three. Well, it was something else. Last night, it really was, and I don't think it's going to change any minds of your four Biden you still for him because he was able to stand for 90 minutes. And if you work for Trump your forum, because, well, yes, he comes off as a little crass and rough and tough, But he's the brawler in chief. And everybody knows what Donald Trump is like. So the debate probably did not change too many minds. Also in the Big Three. Well, sad to say we have some cases of Kobe, it's spiking and various neighbors. Neighborhood's here in New York at a time today, when indoor dining is going to begin, so we'll see how long how long in our dining can last. If.

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"mike line" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"mike line" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Less than the full amount well, that it can be a viable option. But first off, not everyone's going to qualify. But if you do and you meet criteria Then you can settle the full amount for less than what you also somebody that might have owed $100,000, based on what's called the regional collection, potential ability to pay. Settle for something less than that amount. Now the problem is with the state. They do offer them but few and far between, just based on my experience with them. On the Irish. On the other hand, they have black and white guideline. And if you meet the criteria, I can almost guarantee you that if you meet that criteria, you will have an offer accepted through the Internal Revenue Service. But there are always twisting turns. A lot of things are based on facts and circumstances. Any time you're dealing with facts and circumstances, there could be in different interpretations of how that would work. Do us a favor. David Ramirez tax police services joining us very, very, very helpful. David is a consummate professional and unbelievable knowledge and ability to help you navigate. Through tax issues. Ah, talk to folks right now. David, who are listening? That may not have even filed not just the past year, but perhaps even years passed. Well, what that don't fill that You're not going that No one's going to come after you. Just because you haven't received a notice now like that does not mean that they're not looking at it. And many of you out there. Do you know that you have filed, But things have gone on in someone's life may be a divorce a death in the family illness and it prevented them from filing. And one year turns into three turns into five. The first thing I'd want to suggest is that you find a qualified tax professional. Just because somebody says that they can help. You does not mean that they could do that Lot times. People will go to their friends and their failure. I can help you or Joe down the street. He works out of his garage. You can help you. Many times I find that they go to these inexperience individuals and they end up causing more problems than what they saw. First off with Irish state You never give them or than what they're asking for, and many times I've seen clients file Left. 15 years work the returns. And the Iris was not looking for that. But once you file those, you can't undo them. Also before you file, you want to have a game plan and that became dust. That's what we helpyou D'oh. You determine what your situation is. We determine what needs to be done that once we've done that, what options are available to you? Because there's there's lots of options. I'm what's called an amended return to anod every consideration to an offer in compromise to a penalty abatement. Ah to an appeal. And potentially bankrupt bankruptcy might be an option. So there's lots of things that could be done. If you know what your situation is. I'd like Tio before we take a very short break. I'd like for you to share more of your background, especially being a former IRS agent, David Okay? Sure. I was work for the Internal Revenue Service in examine taxpayer service for nearly eight years. And that was in southern California. I moved to Hawaii in 2001, where I met my lovely wife and we got married. And I've been in practice here since then, on Barry, Kanye, Um I have a law degree with a specialization in taxation I'mjust, not currently a practicing attorney. I must report to us in our old agents have a master's in tax. I'm an author on tax publications on dealing with direst. And I have Ah, I'm also the only known It was called the United States Tax Court practitioners. It means I can actually represent my tax. Mike Mike line intact Court if we need to. I would like to for a friends on Facebook alive. I'm holding up three. Publication's authored by David Ramirez. One is IRS Penalty Relief Handbook. First time abatement procedure. The second is IRS online services. Tax in account transcripts made easy from David. And the other quite simply, I r s tax problems. Question Mark. These three Ah, publications. They're very good. But quick read. And you've done it in a way, David, that even a layman like myself, actually, Khun, follow and understand. How can our listeners obtain one or all three Of these books. They're directly available from us at our office at 12, 59 South Canyon, or they're available on Amazon. You just do a Google search and search for David Ramirez. For the title of one of our publications, and there would be available and I did try to make them it is Ah ah, user friendly and easy to understand from a from a layman's point of view. Love times, things very technical, and I tried to Make it in the simplest terms possible so that basically anybody could understand even if they had no tax background, right? Definitely you. Did you accomplish that without a doubt. We'll take a short break with David David. What's your telephone number at tax relief services? It's 589 23 22 589 23 22 Offices open What hours Normally we're.

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"mike line" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"mike line" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"So I basically just used all the cash from that business to then fund this new adventure So we've been good on cash since day one and that's been no problem though if anybody else was doing it where I'd go and suggest is it If it's your first time and you don't have some cash available Find somebody who has already. A, really Dovan into whatever industry you're looking to get into. Where not only can they provide the cash but they can also act as a mentor and Guide. And a light through this path of building. This first initial company, the that may require some capital fantastic I love how you reinvesting and building on your previous successes is a take away a bit of sight advisory bodies listening now. We could go a couple of different directions but I've got to in mind first of all the difference between a website and a mobile APP sometimes I get. Thrown Arandas is the same thing, but then they could you explain the difference to us. Yeah. So. Where a website is is good is for any kind of media. kind of publications where somebody might go to your website to check you out to see what you're about and that sort of thing. But it's unlikely that they're going to go there again and again and again and again, and like every single day every single week whereas with a mobile. APP. A purpose of a mobile APP is to actually regularly engage people on a consistent basis where they're coming back into the APP again either every day or every week or multiple times a month whatever is for a variety of different different purposes and part of. Idea with mobile APPs, you can also send push notifications as well. So you know the little the little kings messages that come up on your phone that reminds you to come back and so whether you're creating. A content. That really provides value to to your clients or whether. One of our will Mike Line that I was just working on his APP literally in half an hour before this call is all around music and helping people feel really calm and..

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"mike line" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

Dart Against Humanity

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"mike line" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

"Ninety nine cents. A month. One Person And always going to have to grind it out. The rest of the way. So. I had to figure out what to do so the first ever sponsorship I got was from Anchor And I mentioned this before. What happens was the Hitchin CPM's and in certain sponsors. Only wanted to let you add them at mid roll. So what that meant is that I would record half the podcast, and then take a break, and then I would I would go into a second segment. I didn't do that unless I was getting amid middle sponsorship and I was not losing out on that money. and. Then there was a stretch where I would have two or three sponsorships running at the same time when my podcast doing. Disgusting, it was doing crazy numbers. And I was just like you, you boy. I'm living life now. When I did my first ever on sponsorship, the PM which is the rate that you get paid per thousand listens. Was Ten dollars and that was for anchor. Then my next one was flip board and my pm jumped up to fifteen. Then there was a short one for this thing. Called Beach to sandy water to wit this podcast I. don't even know if still exists. And I did that one, but at the same time I had this one for this podcast called Mike Line which i. don't even think still exists. I had these two podcasts simultaneously and there will one and they were both seventeen. Seventeen fifty PM. And I was I had them one mid roll and one before. And then something happened where I got anchor voice messages so I had. I financed it so I had One at the beginning one at the middle and one at the end, and then when one switched to mineral I did to the mid roll, and in one at the and then one at home at the beginning. And they would calculate and the rates were jump and I would have money over the weekend. And I just be like. Yeah, I'm into this and then somewhere along the line before the fourth season. It all came to a screeching halt. I had sponsorship for thinking big with Maisy Williams. I believe in a thing was that they were cut off. Your sponsorship, sometimes I go. Mountains undergo for two months sometimes a run for three months, and sometimes they were last two weeks or ten days. thinking big as Williams I think that one ran for like ten days. And it was over..

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"mike line" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

Dart Against Humanity

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"mike line" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

"Ninety nine cents. A month. One Person And always going to have to grind it out. The rest of the way. So. I had to figure out what to do so the first ever sponsorship I got was from Anchor And I mentioned this before. What happens was the Hitchin CPM's and in certain sponsors. Only wanted to let you add them at mid roll. So what that meant is that I would record half the podcast, and then take a break, and then I would I would go into a second segment. I didn't do that unless I was getting amid middle sponsorship and I was not losing out on that money. and. Then there was a stretch where I would have two or three sponsorships running at the same time when my podcast doing. Disgusting, it was doing crazy numbers. And I was just like you, you boy. I'm living life now. When I did my first ever on sponsorship, the PM which is the rate that you get paid per thousand listens. Was Ten dollars and that was for anchor. Then my next one was flip board and my pm jumped up to fifteen. Then there was a short one for this thing. Called Beach to sandy water to wit this podcast I. don't even know if still exists. And I did that one, but at the same time I had this one for this podcast called Mike Line which i. don't even think still exists. I had these two podcasts simultaneously and there will one and they were both seventeen. Seventeen fifty PM. And I was I had them one mid roll and one before. And then something happened where I got anchor voice messages so I had. I financed it so I had One at the beginning one at the middle and one at the end, and then when one switched to mineral I did to the mid roll, and in one at the and then one at home at the beginning. And they would calculate and the rates were jump and I would have money over the weekend. And I just be like. Yeah, I'm into this and then somewhere along the line before the fourth season. It all came to a screeching halt. I had sponsorship for thinking big with Maisy Williams. I believe in a thing was that they were cut off. Your sponsorship, sometimes I go. Mountains undergo for two months sometimes a run for three months, and sometimes they were last two weeks or ten days. thinking big as Williams I think that one ran for like ten days. And it was over..

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"mike line" Discussed on The Security Ledger Podcast

The Security Ledger Podcast

09:22 min | 2 years ago

"mike line" Discussed on The Security Ledger Podcast

"A very aggressive adopter of new technologies and very kind of forward-looking if he were to say digital transformation in context of the UAE. What are some of the initiatives that are going on there now and how those impact the work that you do it at do let me do I answered and said she? We have Big Five G. Drive going on right now. We are rolling out the fight network. Five G. comes a whole array of new new features new technologies us one example networks license. It's it's it's an amazing concept to be able to move resources around sub customs anymore optimum way save on computing resources as much as possible and really increase customer experience so that obviously has to be complemented with an IT stack that is able to utilize these features effective and that frankly is is aerial zone for us out there. Major transformation programs that are currently on on wake. Because you know if you go into these decifit telecom technology has been very much that all those fake prepaid M- serving model for too long and now we're we're coming to Asia on network and the five G. services that have been deployed are able to provide new features and new services. You also need your. Id Stack to be ready to complement those. We able to prioritize those quickly to be able to generate revenues off those very quickly. So I think this is one of the I would say challenges but it's positive challenge because I can tell you about in inside of do their massive trust mission programs on which is rebuilding on the five G. Tech That's you're listening to a spotlight edition of the Security Ledger. Podcast this spotlight. Podcast IS SPONSORED BY RSA Security. People talk about five. G. Here North America tube and it mostly seems like it's just commercials on TV Are we talking about like a millimeter wave five? Gee that's out there on every light post and serving people locally or in particular cities and locations. Or how does it? What does it look like? And what are some of the sort of next gen services that are being How how far down the road are? And what are some of the services that are being targeted around that okay so it was obviously a? We are rolling out five gene different sectors as you mentioned anywhere. Many wave is one of the areas that we're doing it if you go to an end user for example right now we have if you have a five g handset which is obviously slow to come to the market as well you can easily latch onto our vijay network. You can easily enjoy speeds. That are up there in the in the one fifty you know You know one point five. Gb space And really really super sort of experience of technology. What's happening is that I don't think there's enough Utilization on the other side of our products that are using the kind of speech that are available. But we are certainly deploying it and and and you'll see the uptake of five G. devices over the last six months as we know we rolled out when live with our g network. Good good many months ago We actually had only a because we used to get revolts regularly on this a handful of customers. Now it's grown you know there are thousands of users of five already. They're buying these new Hanson's that are coming on the market so so we're really going there the other areas that are There there's a lot of work going on but I think it will take some time to actually see market use cases coming into the market. Are The the the medical space? There's a lot of world you any vision to grow Medica- Medical Hospital services for the entire region and the larger Southeast Asian region To be the hub of that so that I think it's coming in the future so we have a lot of use cases Mike Line but it's it's fully there as the services in some ways having caught up with the with the technology and the capabilities. But you're saying the the bandwidth is there and we just need people to start figuring out ways to leverage absolutely absolutely this is this is what we have. We have a naval the networks. I mean we have expert twenty twenty coming and and if you happen to visit expediting twenty near future you'll find a completely unified five experience a lot of work happy on that side What you'll also seeing as the the new ideas like you know Previously IBM Solutions Five. G. Has version of IBS but it also has a radio access based beam forming so we are utilizing that across so a lot of different things that we try to do with features. Okay well this is a cyber security. Podcast we're going to ask you the next logical question which is as you as a risk officer risk manager. Look at five G. and and try and imagine what five is gonNA mean in terms of Cyber Threats and risks to your organization again. What's top of mind for you? What what are the things that you're concerned about? Even if we haven't exactly seen them yet the speed full risk in in the five with all the different use cases we keep talking about is immense. I mean it's just unprecedent because we had a way of operating based on inherent risks I think that mindset is GonNa Change for example. You know you have medical surgery right. Somebody's sitting in the. Us operating on a patient. Inoue the in dire risks. Now are just something else. GonNa uses an example that I keep using in my particular exist discussions with various people previously cybersecurity people they'd talked about confidentiality integrity of eligibility. Cia has been are are sort of bedrock principle for most of the last ten fifteen years if you think about all Are Scared but now. Cia is Anan Hand With Gun refers to as the C. I. A. B. Sa and stands for nothing would thrive Assi Safety and reliability. Because you're I'll just talking about data and so of ability or data's being exfiltrated or anything of those risks you're talking about people's lives talking about cars that are coming and talking over networks over the low range and the and the wide area networks. All those things are coming together number. Two I think we really have to contextualize our risks and threats. Not Enough attention has been paid to condemn Our risk management and effective trek modeling and that area is is going to grow hugely. I think the other concern that I have obviously is is basic t cross industry response. That is a big area of concern. And how we're approaching risk management in that kind of third party risk supply chain risk those types of things absolutely so stood. Potty risks are a key risk for us at the moment. We are doing a lot of work on that side. It's basically cross ecosystem risks as well where you have utility companies. What human telecom operators with more downstream smart government type of companies and? They're all sharing information transmitting information. I mean you mentioned Internet of things. And you know that's something that obviously it's scary ledger. We write about a fair amount. What are some of the big Internet of things use cases at UC. Both just out in consumer society and also as well you know in this sort of telecommunication space and what are your thoughts on. Iot Risk and what the best approach to managing it as there has been a lot of government dryers In terms of Iot in the UA does a lot of smart government initiatives The by government has been pushing very heavily in this area. And we're seeing a lot of initiatives with our national infrastructure organizations. You know I'll give you one example fire services we are integrated and rolled out. Atypical Iot use case which connects each and every billing. Douar ar are central fire? Service is so. There's a there's a lot of use cases being built there which actually has a direct impact on on the end users inductive risks. I think obviously the first risks that we look at when we are looking at Iot use cases Amir working with these guys deserve secure them is obviously the edge edge risks the networks the edge components like sensors actuators devices Then you move to the aggregate gateways you move to the how how secure access networks The various platform components service networks and down to win. How you transfer it to. The Enterprise is slight irony there. Because obviously we're working on this amazing progress but at the same time if I can use an example That that is one of my biggest frustrations and it's got nothing to do with Iot but it's actually showcases how we have to really rethink of risk management in the eye.

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"mike line" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"mike line" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"To the Monday where estimates are seventeen million or more people will not be showing up for work on Monday some of them have already got taking a vacation yeah already planning on being sick so we have opened up our open Mike line and we wanted to get some of your excuses is over my client is brought you by Carol Royce with Keller Williams realty east valley we asked you to give us a ring and pretend as though you're calling your boss okay I did it and this is the message you're leaving on their voice mail and this run and what you're gonna help some of you out gets better excuses and also Bruce they're going to kind of critique figure out whether we actually believe year okay so these are folks who called in and given us their best excuse and acted like where their boss on Monday morning take a listen yeah this is Jeff just calling because there's no way I'm going to make it in today got Zulu like symptoms and everything that's going on I don't want to thank everyone at the office my wife just started tutoring boy from China a little concerned about that I don't think it's going to be that crazy but there's no way they can wanted to give you a call call me if there's any questions thanks okay yeah yeah the day off right Joe I probably has a virus it was a good call yeah you're good what what is it was a good call okay are you Jeevan just get the day off sorry guys who purple evening tonight I'm not feeling well at all but I'll try there's no way the person sounds vaguely familiar I swear to goodness it sounds like a journey journal mark part of it I looked at me through it I'll try my best but there's no way I don't know if it is but let let's do it again sorry guys I know it's Superbowl evening tonight I'm not feeling well at all yeah yeah that's him the problem I think so you know what he's got the day off I think that that one that was we we gosh you guys are also we got a ton of cuts could call take a listen what favorite you know I know we've got that surgery tomorrow this weekend I ended up going to China and they won't let me back well Tuesday I'm stuck in China the corona virus excuse I'm gonna I'm gonna say I better see you Monday morning Bucko because I'm sorry I can't make it today he sure I got the.

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"mike line" Discussed on Migratory Patterns

Migratory Patterns

16:24 min | 2 years ago

"mike line" Discussed on Migratory Patterns

"It's always terrible but break up in front country divorced fun country maybe even with children involved expertise is one of those huge top accepted accepted. What hasn't yet in that really is a huge issue especially if you have But even just if you have one happened supporting data one financially Ashley. What happens when you separate who gets to stay in the apartment to you? Oh the other person. Especially if you're not eagerly married What will the other person? How'd you handle those things uh-huh and if you are in maybe extensive city and country you can't just say what I'm going to attend to ambient few weeks until we figure the salad I can't you can't just go to your sister? So your your best friend's place while you're figuring out those issues and I think that's where a lot of expert kappa struggle it. Because you have this concept what are we can't head issues because if we have issues than is the end of the world we won't survive this. I won't survive this and then that's sometimes puts a lot of pressure coppers which then make harder to actually work on this issue because you always feel like no. It just can't happen happened because Dan it's the end of the world. Yeah that's you know. Actually we I think we had a conversation about this Lisa you and I back. Maybe it was right after we got married or maybe it was right before we left Beijing. I can't remember but I know it came up at one point where we were just kind of thinking. I'd like well. What happens if we need to get divorced or something? Maybe just for tax reasons or whatever I mean forget the relationship part I mean just for practical reasons. Maybe 'cause I think you said something that had to do with a work visas and being able to kiss you never know because if you get a spousal visa into one country you're not allowed to work but if you go in as not a spouse you can get a work visa and perhaps Or maybe something like There's all sorts of situations but for whatever reason if we wanted to get divorced. I think we have to go to Beijing. Get go back to China. Yeah that's what we were trying to figure out and we've actually talked about now. I if we adopted kids like how it that work from moving to country did you to country. What kind of paperwork would we need? And if you know if we were to separate or guitar system point what would that mean in terms terms of our kids and since teacher I have seen that happen with the kids in my classes. I have seen families break up and you end up with one kid in one country entry and one kid another and you know it is. It's incredibly complicated and for us. You know we kind of at that place where it's like. We're we're not afraid to talk. Talk about any of those things but I I wonder how many people actually have those conversations Y- because obviously you're working towards the the best outcome and you want to beat the best partners but we knew are in a situation where you're outside of your home country and that separation is a big deal than yeah it's a challenging wait isn't a huge Out of my clients who only come to counseling. Once it's automative really bad you know. Most people don't come at the beginning of the issue and I've had clients who are obviously very obviously in a relationship that's really really bad for them but they say they can't keep what they would dictates and that's how it is. They talked to annoy. And that's how it is and those things that does so complicated in Sioux had to handle but then obviously also have the small stuff like. How'd you live a relationship when you an expert carpet? How'd you live? I said you know Matt I. When I'm traveling with my partner where to get at twenty four seven pretty much nossa all types of relationships that are so different from the very traditional relationship that most people live web ots go to work? You know. Think that's how it is now. In most developed countries both partners go to work and come back in the evening the end Spent maybe the weekends together. But as an expert Capri depending on how you can watch you. Do you can have a very different variations on this. And what a and out of Mike Line stance dropped waist Is this typical like how it used to be. You know the the wife at home in mother or the May be the mail trading spouse but one of the will to adopt more at home where the other one is working then. How'd you feel like you feel that? This is an equal marriage H.. Kind of thing. Do you really feel like you're sharing responsibility as it really. One person has to manage everything at home while the other ones may be running the living for the family and that brings up a lot of really interesting conversations and way too many type way too many couples. Just talk about math. And that's really the main issue. Yeah I like to think of it as kind of like the Olympics. There's a level of difficulty in the event. So there's always always there's always issues with marriage but when you do it overseas he's just adds a level of difficulty should get more points for married overseas. It is true but I think in some ways is it also removes some of the difficulties aspect because you get to create you environment for too much said Fried. You don't have you you your families your in-laws you're you know you expat living in the same city you don't have all of these other people who might interfere with relationship otherwise and I find it off next that couples are those who are striving striving because they get to create the relationship in the knife that they really want to live West West. Those who ask sometimes leading back home have all of these other people who are trying to to have their savings and that makes it more complicated. Actually no that makes sense. I definitely get that and I and I think that that is definitely something we've felt in like that we are partners you know and Crime and while we're on our own individual paths. We are very very much You know this this system of supports and Champion ship for each other and Mike you said like we have a lot of option in the world that we create around us which was actually part of what was particularly interesting about this. Move to volley is that you know the world you create around use in the people but it's also sometimes in the material things and it took so long for items to get here that we actually had a hard time creating the world around us in the way that we wanted to which added to the complicatedness but in general he has. It's very much you do. Get the chance to Kind of have what you WanNa have as close as you WANNA have it. Depending upon the flexibility you have moving different places uses and It kind of I think it depends on how much of of what you want to surround yourself. You're able to with but yes that that makes sense that in some ways it's more challenging in other ways it's it's a lot less challenging. I think wanting were constantly challenging. Is that fun out of People who do this expert spent life as a copy is that you can't imagine doing dental Matt so tied together the expert knife in the relationship and and why that is great because Each other off that it also puts pressure on the relationship at the time And I'm up for my clients actually as signal the expense which is interesting because they come with is the question of okay. I've been doing this for why am would more or less good at this. I know how to navigate foreign countries. I quit my the job but whenever media partner that I can share this life with Audu I have to maybe go back. What about that means? Because that's the only way I can meet someone and how'd you find someone who's willing to to be effectively waiting to try using Senate to support to support each other way. You're doing it. I have actually known people who back to their home. Country with the explicit like the express desire of finding a partner and then bringing them back abroad out with them. Do you know any who who were successful than that. Yes yes actually. We'll have have to do it. I I need to get them on the PODCAST. Well no I think more people try and make this connections where they're living. But but yeah I have known people whose explicitly went home to make that connection that brought their partners brought so Dr Yeager I don't want to take up too much more time. I'm but to kind of wrap up here can you talk a little bit about The work you do in a general sense and I guess what I mean. Is You know you our digital nomad and you find yourself working with fellow digital nomads. An Ex PATS and migrants. Can you talk about what drew you to that work. And and what kind of I don't want to say how easy it is because it's work is hard. It's supposed to be hard but you know how how easy is. Is it for people to find resources like you out there because we all need mental health Help sometimes but we'd always don't know how to find them do you. Do you find a need. That's unmet out there and Do you feel like your there are enough people trying to meet that need to step last question. It's really funny because when I talked to people like you who asked me about you know those kind of questions so digital nomads. Recently at a conference asking what. Oh how do I kinda therapists Towanda ends this lifestyle and I get a lot of those questions of how how did might be to find someone who understands this. WHO's familiar with dot and on the other hand we have in a community of at the moment? I don't know five hundred location independent therapist therapists interested in being location dependent to say. How do I find those clients? How how can I market to those international people? I want to work. I'm qualified therapists. I'm familiar with this lifestyle. But it's really hard to market to the people all over the world in. How do I do that so I actually think that tweeting about finding the right people? It's not that the arm there in both in both ways The clients ready to talk with her. This are there in the therapist. Ready to work with those clients. Have to sometimes. They are legal. Thanks to navigate gate can be a bit tricky when we work across borders time zones and countries in one of those things but the adults of US swing it and one of the things that you asked about that I find interesting. Did you know met for example. I don't have that kind of attachment to my physical surrounding into absolve. Having my I stuff and I don't have to wait for container to come. I have my backpack at my. You know fourteen kilos of backpack in another three of electronics office office supplies. And that's all I have And a few winter think strategically all over the places that I go back to one once..

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"mike line" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"mike line" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Kids walk into the shower while you're there you committed a crime chime in on our open Mike line about this phone all right you got a woman charged with lewd dance because she was topless in our own home what are your thoughts on this six oh two two hundred two seven three three six SO two two hundred two seven three three is the best of three Saint James and Pamela Hughes do you think about it and if you're one of those out there that knows it's Anna is watching you at all times maybe he's tracking you maybe there is a tracking device on your persons as we speak in Santa knows what you're up to now replacing into with government what is a tracking device any government knew what you were up to at all times well it exists yeah and you know what it's it's not even as nefarious is government there are about a dozen companies out there that you have given access to spying on you and you really don't even know it now there is a fascinating article in super producer Steve easier we treat myself for folks let's do this because I we head on over to at Bruce and Pamela on Twitter and we're gonna get that link up to you for this article from the forty nine CM not only is it like the is is there is some interactive graphs yeah they're really going to kind of send this point home Bradley what it's looking at is they were able to to to get one of these gigantic files that these companies that are largely unregulated and definitely not scrutinized half and there is a I think called the times Paul privacy project New York times yeah this is a file that they have ready has about fifty billion location pangs yeah from phones of twelve million Americans so why would you care about that twelve million Americans in a database with fifty million paying some give a few examples because using this which is available I mean they didn't like hack something Pamela now though right somebody was really concerned about what's going on at these companies and shared that shared so this is what these companies have on you one search turned up more than a dozen people visiting the playboy mansion some stayed overnight they also found visitors to the states of Johnny Depp Tiger Woods Arnold Schwarzenegger's and connected the devices owners to the residences they can see the places that you go every moment of every day I would like you to know that I went to the playboy mansion stayed overnight I think that would but they're probably places first you all that you don't want them to know we need to discuss those right now but yeah we all have all yeah that's something we'll have about like you know who you meet you spend time with where you spend the night because you can put that you went to another down clinic whether you've gone to a psychiatrist a mall this or parlor okay they can actually connect these dots and guess what it's perfectly legal yeah I'm in an example is in again if you if you take a look at the the the the peace that you can follow up pain follow a person their cell phone you can follow Mike through their day you could draw a map he went from here to here to hear to hear to hear then you can look up or what were those places how long did you spend it each of those places and by the way were there any other things you intersected with hand or their pings to intersect with routinely which would mean you probably know all of these companies that do it there about twelve companies that you've never heard of before are right and they they always say that they do these business on three claims that one you consent to being tracks to the data is anonymous and three the data is secure yeah you've been consented to being tracked the I mean when you say consenting to be tracked that you like location services we are using the app you have to have location services turned on right now as far as the data being anonymous yeah you know these are putting the pieces of the puzzle together because you chances are you take the same route to work every day you leave from the same place your home and you go to the same location your work and so from there they can actually then start to identify you you're not anonymous and the data being secure yeah that doesn't happen nothing is secure anymore again if we if we your privacy advocates you know you've heard the the V. outrage over you know things like facial recognition being.

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"mike line" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

10:53 min | 2 years ago

"mike line" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

"There are a lot of people that wanted to buy. subprime leads and there are a lot of affiliates and you had a fish in the dirty pools of the sewers to find people that didn't deserve mortgages mortgages. Can they connected so I was working. I was working with his phillies. And they were getting fifty thousand dollar checks a month and they were driving arriving all their traffic with SEO. So I decided what they were doing with so much more interesting than when I was doing and I started reverse engineering their processes. I get on the phone with them. My the goal was to get them to drive more leads but instead I was like tell me. Where do you do keyword research like? How do you get back links? How'd you pick your domain name? And then I started doing it on the side Haydn. Pretty much built a career in that from their situation. So I know you're going to be talking about a provocative area of SEO here the Internet summit and I wondered if you could tell us for those the art care at the Internet summit why are the Basic Seo practices. Just not working against your practice have been the same from when I started doing the same as those affiliates told me to do pick some keyword research put them in your title tag. Put that content on your website build some links to it so that was the basics. Hasn't changed since Google started but everything everything about Google has changed so I live in Silicon Valley and the streets around my house are teeming with self driving cars made by Google. Google more than any other company has is is driven more miles. self-driving than anybody else so they've driven five billion miles in the last nine years. So they're using their technology to make decisions that literally save lives and prevent deaths. They can make a right on red. They want to make a right on red. They know when someone's running across the street they know when there's a ball on the street they drive over they know and there's a kid in the street they should it then all these things yet. We treat Google on the search side as if they're really dumb and we can trick them so that's where Seo has to change people talk about. Oh it's all about the user and user intense google actually is using AI so they're like a fake user we need to think about. Google has another user who can read content and can process thoughts and understand understand holiday. And that's what a not a lot of people incorporating and so that's the best practices. Does that mean that there is kind of a need to not just stuff your keywords words in your content but actually right good content that humans would like to read amazingly yes we actually have to write good content. That people could read here. There's this thing called eat. Google said you need to have in your content has to be expertise and authoritative and trustworthy. And then I've had clients asked me like did I put enough. Eat into my content antenna like are are you real. If you real then. You shouldn't ask that question like did I managed to pretend that I'm real either. You're real or you're not real and that's square when it comes like Seo Best Practices people focus too much on like. Did they check all the boxes. Have they managed to trick Google and really if you can manage to trick users then then you will definitely trick google. So if you're thinking stricking somebody tricked users and then your Dougal interesting. What should practitioners do? I know you're I think you're going to talk about a four four step process so I love to use data for making decisions around. Seo So my favorite tools. Google search console so my force processes really get rid of any idea best best practices being the way to work. Then we wanted data and the data uses for coming from Google search console. It shows you the key words. You already driving traffic from your keyword research. It shows you the or else driving traffic. Those rows WANNA focus on it shows you the keys. You're getting impressions on those Deke. Ridge want to focus on and get more traffic more higher rankings more people clicking it shows you the click rate from Google. If that's not good work on improving the click through rate by updating your titles then moving on from there taking that data data and using it to grow so turning those keywords into new content looking around your industry seen what kind of content people already writing. There's this advice you need a thousand words long form content in order to rank you don't need long form content of no one else has long form content. There's advice you need to have images images of no one else in the industry as images and then from there you're putting in the process of experimentation so just like with any other product you can you experimentation where you WanNa know. What should the price be? Let's raise the price. Let's let's lower the price which changed the call to action and the same thing should be done for. Seo It should never be this process where it's Seo d- and done like I they worked inside companies. There's always distinct from engineers like. I'm done this thing can you. Seo It there is no seo it's continuous process. If you've done an experiment Pinhas works bigger how to tweak that experiment to make it even better and continue to drive more traffic from and really as these is running experiments. You should have learnings from it that you should be able to translate translate into something else. Well I'm a big fan of SEO. I guess in the fact that it's an asset. Just keep giving and giving and giving if you do it right right yeah my favorite favorite stat around. Seo Is there's a number floating around the Internet about how their full percent of clicks from search go. Ats It's only four percents. So good was driving one hundred billion dollars year off a four percent of clicks. Now we can't multiply that four percent times twenty-five organic number because there's a certain amount of searches that are just searches for information and let's be conservative. Multiply ten trillion dollars. There's a trillion dollars in organic search value. So I think that's continued to grow Google's doing self driving cars 'cause they want us to use the Internet more not because they think we're suddenly going to start searching less so this protecting their turf. They're having cars putting these devices license in our houses so we can speak to them and do more searches. There's a certain amount of search that exists today for years now. I don't know that it's GonNa to exit but it's certainly going to be a a lot bigger than it is today awesome. Are there examples either from your prior work. I know you're formerly with survey monkey most recently but other I think you done other clients silence as well in the past and now any examples come to mind on people that are getting it right my favorite example of somebody that's getting ready to tripadvisor so they One with with a key to success or tripadvisor that could imitate as they actually got into twenty years ago. So if you WANNA do that usually get into early. Should find that space and get into Amazon. Did the same thing while every other e commerce company. They weren't even ECOMMERCE. They would just retail. We're trying to figure out. Should they do the Internet. Should they not do the Internet. We're only doing internet. We're we're GonNa do this thing and then you know when target got around it they're like Oem's number one walmart and still not really rounded Amazon's number one chip advisors like that they dominate on all. That travel search except supervisor does is they continue to experiment on trying to improve the clicks and trying to improve the products like one search. I like doing. My kids always liked to go to hotel that has named or poor so then get swimming at night. And they're pages trip advisors for every single city of hotels of indoor pools. So they're continuing to iterative on the kind of content they have and the kind of pages are creating and the title tags the Meta descriptions to get you to click through on that content and then from a client perspective. I recently worked with shutter stock. And they're the kind of product I really loved love to work on Brescia because they have. I think it's something like twenty million your else so you can't go in and write anything. For twenty million euros that all has to be programmatic and all and their contents all commoditised duplicated pictures of picture. It's the same on shutters talking on getty and every other smaller photo site. So the you're out the puzzle there and how to make shutter stock for the most part ranked higher than their competitors. Because there's no way to really guarantee a high-ranking for the most part like what are you going to put in place like those are fun challenges. Yeah that's a huge challenge. I never thought about the aspect of the programmatic. Seo Out of you tweak it to make it even better at that scale. Yes so everything I do with. Mike Line is programmatic SEO. I don't typically do keyword research and content marketing. It's really I'm working with companies where there is a scalable approach. They just need to figure. Got That skeletal approach and they need to make it so. Usually I'm doing product consulting where the company I'm working with. You may have a large corpus contents that they WANNA release publicly. Maybe coming from an APP but they don't know what they should release. What are the pages? They should create where two languages they should focus on. They may have multiple languages. Do they want to have multiple languages when they create their websites. Those are decisions to make. And if you make the wrong decision probably won't find out for a year. It's a bit. It's a gamble. It's a big win. How do you think? Seo Fits into the overall overall marketing. Mix so I think it's a channel so for you. Think about all the channels. This is the one that for. Many large companies is the one that they invest the least and so the one they invest the most system is obviously paid marketing and interestingly throughout the time that I've been doing seo and then through the time maybe doing SEO consulting paid marketing is getting more expensive because Google and facebook shareholders and they keep raising raising it. They need to pass more value onto their shareholders. There's also a facebook and Google had a privacy pivot because they've had privacy problems. They create their privacy pivot. It becomes illegal or just no longer able to target on things. You shouldn't have been able to target on to begin with to say you only want to target high income people to sell the mortgages breakages. And you're able to do that before on facebook. Now you're not able to so you actually have to target low income people to and they're also going to click on your ad and they're also going to cost you money so your prices. This is overall are going up same time. We have companies like Uber Fed by every impression on on facebook so that just makes it more expensive for everyone. That does not wanNA buy more impressions. So what I'm seeing is that it's more and more companies are looking to invest in this channel they way companies. Seo is they google that they found some best practices guide. And they're like okay. We need to have a title track. So we've done SEO but they didn't put someone in that actual seat. They've made anybody responsible for it. So now it's a marketing channel. They're starting to one had some responsible for their starting to one. Have someone and grow that channel so it really. It's a channel and because it's in many cases solo effort. It's been ignored channel. Right totally agree. People underestimate the value of its much much like content marketing. Frankly a lot of people underestimate that as well so interesting to see your thoughts last question for you. What do you think the future search will be? They they keep changing right. Yes so Koogle's ultimate goal is a which means that they want to be like humans so the same way a human will do a search and say well. That's that's not what I was looking for. And they'll refine their search the same way human will do a search and say well. I don't like the first five results alike result number six and they click into result number six six and they say well. That's not exactly what I was looking for. I want to go back and look for something else. I want to do another search so google can't really get there yet. Because they can't understand content they can read content tint they can put context together so the kind of words are on the page. They can feel what's about the images on the page. I love talking about this with people that have iphones and android Pixel may also they get to see really what Google is produced. There's an APP on android. Call Google Lens which you take a picture of something in. It'll tell you what it is so I think there'll be more and more divers searches so google can recognize images. They don't need all texts to tell you what images recognize image. I can take a picture of a product a product.

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"mike line" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"mike line" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Illinois taco John's hands softshell Sunday that was a big day because I was dirt poor and I can afford to have tool of foam on Sundays because the fact I was not fat it because they're so cheap once a man that was exciting I got to eat tacos on Sunday so this is not going to say I have no position on. I'm exhausted this is breaking from Breitbart how often is Breitbart right or wrong. pretty good too track record yeah. they're definitely very very conservative and by you know they've got a point of view no doubt about it anyway. Elizabeth Warren is a direct descendant of an Indian fighter who fought Indian tribes. so while she has been coming in I don't think I don't know how important this is how I just find it kind of interesting yeah in that she was just trying to do the whole I'm a native American thing for a long time and then we all know the whole flat so courting to Breitbart they've nailed down that are great great great grandfather was in a Tennessee a militia that actually fought Indian tribes way back in the eighteen hundreds when we're trying to destroy the Indians to get him off our land what are you doing on our land before we got here right I'm it well yeah the end when the hell out of each other before the white man got to the of the land mass which is not to say what happened subsequently was good or fine miss at the idea that but can you they have this idea that everybody lived blissfully in peaceful in the forest so yeah but she is she so but can she put out a native American cookbook if she's from lineage that killed it's. well answerable for the actions of our. rations ago people it's. stupid please don't mention the Indian cookbook without mentioning its name pow wow child ride charming German musing I don't think it's not locked. laughing over there so amused busts of pouch out very good what's coming up your news March Phillips Allah democratic national committee's issued a rare warning to the candidates before tonight's debate you know finding out that the debate is three hours long tonight sucked the life out of me. I might have to lay down for awhile that news then it's like the doctor said alright come back then at three o'clock in right you should know this procedures would be very pain. to join the rest. well we've got the word about the multi billion dollar settlement offered up by a and be you did giant of Purdue and the scientists discover a super earth coming up a super earth I've always thought this earth was super I said this is even more super wow yeah we've got that Instagram influencer story which is just filler is actually two of them yeah our end Jack I know you'll be interested in this do you remember when our our favorite military analyst Mike line said that China will we will exchange ordinance with China on the high seas before too terribly long a source within the United States Navy is agreeing with them move on at a few more details are available China is asked you know what I agree that is troubling. with strong I love clip where they come from it's an angry Hong Kong protester mmhm and he is so right. news.

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Do You Find It Difficult Asking For Money?

The Fast Growth Podcast

06:37 min | 3 years ago

Do You Find It Difficult Asking For Money?

"Been wanted to talk to you about for awhile so most of my clients most of our clients have one of the biggest issues they have have lots of people contact them a lot of people inquire about their services but they cannot convert them into into the decline than there is a lot of struggling that the c- <hes> at today's above example spoke to <hes> one one of my mike lines <hes> her name is jessica in jessica's being running the healing breakfast for walt. She's been she's been raking specialist and she's been doing ricky for a long long time but one of the biggest roadblock is <hes>. She doesn't have a problem getting the client but she has a huge huge huge problem problem charging those clients. She's been charging so she started with thirty dollars for a session bench. Increase it for thirty five forty bucks fifty dollars. That's right so now she's at a fifty dollars per session <hes> and she's finding it really rayleigh rayleigh difficult to actually sleep. Take it to the next level writer. This is most of the people if you have this blockage that you can't josh more. You must listen to this today because really wanna talk about the blockage the money blockage you have today not to not be able to accept money not being able to ask your client for more money. We are not being able to ask your relatives or friends. <hes> if the comment the house for you help not being able to charge them so if you have this problem album must listen to this today right because this might change your life see that is the biggest issue we have some money. Problem is is not just a one off problem. It's it's consistently same baton going around in your life so if you're one of those people who can't aunt charge to the clients rod declines come to you and they asking you know we need your services than you say yes. I'm happy to help you but at the end when the time in comes in you need to actually send them the invoice you charge them. You just can't would sell what yourself together and oscar the money looking for right and this is being. This has been the most people spending that they just can't charge money. They oxfam money and i think it's a it's goes back to the childhood. <hes> there's some sort of stuff happening the childhood way you develop that relationship with money that <hes> if you ask for money something bad might happen like give you an example of jessica just had this issue whenever she asked money from her mom and dad about something like in a bucket money attained tain to school. She always found that there was a fight happen ride whenever she went to mom and ask for money. <hes> mom just couldn't give because she wasn't working. Mama's dead and dad couldn't give the money because of any reason the meaning should go out of that was whenever i ask for money defied happens right so i must not ask for money so she never actually asked money for mom and dad and she never did anything unique. She never she whenever she needed money and she went to her parents and the something happened. Some sort of some sort of bad thing happened. According to some fight happened. Some argument happened some sort of <hes> in a disagreement that grumman happened and she developed his <hes> belief that whenever i go and ask for money something bad will happen and i she lived her most live <hes> based on that belief whenever she went out and offset glide for money. She believed that you know ascii. Money's a bad thing and that's that's not. I quit for if you are in the business world. If you're in the business world you're going to be asking load of clients for money. So what is quick fix for that. What is the quick fix for that so the quickest fix we found is working really well as you don't ask for money. Let other people ask money for on your behalf c credit third person have third bush and who would be asking for money in charging money for the clients rights have for example. You just say i'm my services gonna call us ninety bucks <hes> by session from now onwards and you let other people know that other person might be working five rs and her only job or his only job is <hes> just asking clients to pay for it. That's it nothing else so you could actually ask your daughter to do it. You could actually your friend to do it. You could ask anybody to do it and their job as saying <hes> you know they setting setting the appointment or if you can't do it and then just saying that bathing wise into this place that's it. You don't even talk to your client about money so if that's the problem in writing so this is the biggest thing when we spoke to jessica jessica just chachi was just like charging thirty bucks forty bucks fifty bucks and she couldn't increase freeze the amount to the best thing works people like that. He's if you have this money blockage way. You can't ask your client for money. The best to get a third bush involve and eh the third person off declined to pay as much as the rates are right so you don't need to get involved in that. The third person will say hang on dishes the fees this much is going to cost and book an appointment. Here's a link for the calendar booking appointment. If you're interested in that are making an automated thing that on the website it clearly says one sessions going to cost this much and you put it on the u._r._l. Out there so asked by doing this you putting yourself out of the picture because there is internal issue you have it. You definitely need to deal with. I'm not saying just put under the drug and forget about it. You definitely have to get it sorted with somebody who could actually help you in that but in the meantime to get that fixed the way to get that fixes sixes you take yourself out of the picture and get somebody else in wall and let them ask for money so that you could actually do what you're supposed to write. This is the way we do it. This is the way i thought of help. Jessica as jessica is not part of this. She just wide service in third person somebody else. Her friend works five hours. A week or six hours is a week for her and she does the other work she does sending the messages sending invoices to be pulling asking them to pay for it so that makes it easy because other russian doing it and <hes> you can actually breed with more people so hope this was useful gwen applying for a and i'm sure it's going to be really good for your business.

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This Economic Theory Could Be Used To Pay For The Green New Deal

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:30 min | 3 years ago

This Economic Theory Could Be Used To Pay For The Green New Deal

"This message comes from N._P._R.. Sponsor get around with get around your idol car can actually earn you money. Just share it on the APP and Rinse it out when you're not using it visit get around dot com slash share now to start sharing get around. It's go time New York. Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez wants a green new deal clean energy guaranteed jobs when she announced this everyone asked how are you gonNa pay for it. Here's what she told morning edition earlier this year I the first thing that we need to do is kind of break. The mistaken idea that taxes pay for one hundred percent of government expenditure. She says ambitious government programs can be financed through deficit spending and in saying that she has spotlighted in an obscure brand of economics known as Modern Monetary Theory N._p._R.'s Scott horsely has a beginner's guide modern monetary theory's been around for years but it's only recently stepped out of the shadows economist Stephanie Kelsen Stony Brook. Doc University says that's partly thanks to Cossio Cortes. The Social Media Darling embraced the theory while making an unapologetic case for costly new government programs there was something of an oprah effect wrench she did that. People immediately probably started readied googling modern monetary theory to find out what she was referring to run that Google search and you'll quickly find Kelton herself. The Economist who advised Bernie Sanders Twenty sixteen campaign is one of the best known evangelist for 'EM MT Kelton says paying for big government programs is the easy part. If Congress has the will she argues the Federal Reserve can effectively print the money if Congress authorizes a few billion dollars of additional spending or a few hundred billion dollars then the feds job is to make sure that those checks don't bounce a central element of empty is that governments that control their own currency like the United States don't have to worry about spending more than they collect in taxes. This they can always create more money but Kelton says that's not a blank check for unlimited government spending too often people get a whiff of mt they don't read the literature and they somehow arrive at the takeaway that M._t._a.. is about printing prosperity and of course when people hear printing money they go straight to Zimbabwe Weimar Germany those are notorious cases of runaway price hikes but Kelton says inflation is only Nia danger when demand outstripped the real capacity of the economy the people machines and raw materials last week under questioning from Cossio Cortez Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell acknowledged the U._S.. Job Market has shown more capacity. Did you grow without triggering inflation. He and his colleagues had expected still vows no fan of MT as he told the Senate hearing back in February the idea that deficits don't matter for countries that can borrow in their own currency. I think is just wrong. We're. We're going to have to either spend less or raise more revenue taxes story and Bruce Bartlett also blast. 'EM MT as little more than a fig leaf giving license for big spending in the same way art laugher gave Republicans covered a cut taxes with the dubious claim. They'd pay for themselves. M. T. is sort of laugh recur for the Left. Some of them tease biggest supporters however are not liberal politicians but bond traders but firms like Pimco and Goldman Sachs James Montier. WHO's with the investment firm G._M._O.? Says he turned him Mt. After more conventional economics. Let him astray in the nineteen nineties. Monty and many others were convinced. Japan's rising government debt would drive up borrowing costs. It didn't across both Mike Lines or anyone who stupid enough to follow me money. It was one of the worst trait positions I've ever suggested in my entire life. Monte says M. T. offers better financial forecast and helped him understand why interest rates in the U._S. asks have stayed low. Despite growing government deficits persistently low interest rates have also prompted some mainstream economists like Larry Summers and Jason Ferment to rethink their attitudes and be less concerned about federal deficits but they haven't.

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"mike line" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

05:28 min | 3 years ago

"mike line" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Feel judged when I do that. Thank you for supporting me. All right listeners, Mike line. Okay. Here we go. I'm gonna I'm gonna go after my and I'm gonna pick a pick. That sounds like a breakfast, and we're gonna go with toast. Two. Mind blown guys how I wish I would have thought about that. Michael. Wow. Is toasted local much he's still doing. Well. I don't think so anymore. But I mean, he'll he'll be back toast, toasted worked everywhere. Go with prince markie. That's right. That's okay. Just to be clear. This is not a serial. No, this is a DJ. If you're just joining us. We are drafting a combination of cereals and local south Florida radio. Chris if you want to reset for the audience while Billy takes his ten minutes. Oh. You're in the fourth round second pick before the four rounds. Oh, there's only four rounds. I think we were doing I don't know twenty seven catches drop it like this is the last round to five. Okay. We'll do flat. Ready the plate and Regan. Joe? Oh, I see what their throwbacks on Santos for those of you who don't know is basically Hispanic Ryan Seacrest. And he he's down here locally. And he's started on L soul November I sink, which is now sold Santos as Puto Siete. And he used to do a show with Joe fit radio. And I don't know what happened there, but I feel like things didn't end well because they were doing their own separate shows. But when they were together, it was magical, probably the best radio of ever heard and regained Joe. Yeah. The best radio ever heard. That's incredible weekend jail. Taken roy. What does this mean what what does this mean for the rest of the draft Roy's been drawn? He's he can no longer drafter is is a rate moves great strategy out. You've obtained all of Roy's picks also, by the way, toasted all Castro Novo's co-host now. Really? Yeah. So it says beast who's still on the board. He okay, Jackie. I'm not taking. No, no, no. I'm just saying exactly. I'm taking ROY. Okay. I actually had it on my list. Yeah. So I'm going to spite Billie right now in hopes to make a trade later on I'm taking DJ lies dummy. I don't want the July's. Wow. What a smokescreen? The colors are up. Now who do we go to? Let's do Ryan on line three Ryan on line three. You are drafting either cereal or radio, even when I say that gets me a cereal or radio personality for the listening audience. Go ahead. All right coast. My scouts say that guy has serious of the field concerns. I'm drafting corn pops. All right. So the radio audience goes cereal corn pops nice little balance between this team. I think and toast. They did the big oath thing too. Who's on the board right now because has Chris acquired all ROY ROY still speaks for himself. Okay. Janet crowder. Wow. Good for one thing and also team solid pick. All right Bill is gonna take all ten minutes. I'm ready. UC lopez. By god. Well, researched well researched. And I appreciate having woman. Go off the board too. Because we could have been called out on that. Yes. Might steal. I might seal. If you take more than ten minutes. I'm taking. Stugatz. Why you you could've tandem? What's you don't want that that you just want to gods? What? Okay. Thought about this. I thought about going Syria, but once corn pops went off the board. My my my need for Syria went up the window. I'm going big lip bandit. Well, you have a good. Pick pick. I've cookie crisp. And I also have big O's which could be both Cohen. Pops corn pops Sylla was taken by rape holler. Yeah. And you cannot beat this roster. Zach Duarte raisin brand CTC ROY and stugatz. Like like, what's your? I cannot believe the value. I got normally Charlie in Charlie as I name. All right. So the listeners are gonna wrap it up here. Yeah. All right. So Kyle on line six. Six is ringing right now. So I don't go to Kyle go to Eric on line five line five Eric you have the final pick of the draft. Who you go in for? I'm going with Hochman das- low. Prime-time big three EROs beautiful.

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"mike line" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"mike line" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Real honest opinion. Ohio governor Mike line signing into law. One of the most stringent abortion restrictions in the nation banning abortions after a fetal heartbeat signing of this Bill today is consistent with that respect for life. In the imperative to protect those who cannot protect themselves. Even before the Bill was signed of of Ohio said it was preparing a constitutional challenge to the law. Attorney Michael of Nadi facing thirty six federal charges. One of those cases, investigators say Aubanel withheld a four million dollar settlement from a mentally ill pair policeman. The diamond says when the client filed documents disability of analogy allegedly ignored sending the settlement information to the government knowing it could show the alleged and basil -ment as a result the client stop receiving his disability checks. And this is just one case investigators highlight it, they also say he's still millions of dollars from other clients committed perjury and paying taxes oxes, Jeff Paula jet co owned by Albany that was sees yesterday is part of the ongoing investigation of an audience tweeted denials and said he will plead not guilty berkers at stop and shop supermarkets in three states walking. The picket line over stalled contract negotiations. More than thirty one thousand United food and commercial workers union employees off the job in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut, they say, the company is demanding unreasonable wage and benefit cuts and is rarely spacecraft failed. And it's tempt to become the first privately funded lunar mission crashing on the surface of the moon for I don't succeed. You try again, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to congressman calling major league baseball to produce documents by April twenty fifth tied to attempt to purchase control of twenty one regional sports networks, the congressman say they're wary of anticompetitive conduct..

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"mike line" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"mike line" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I can make this a great nation of thirty days. Unfortunately, a I can't be president. I'm too smart. And be I'm not a dictator, which is a good thing. Because you wouldn't like the country's a direction that I took it. And I'm sure most of you get frightened and terrified. Oh, you'd be so terrified if I had to control. I I would like just naked control. What fund that would be you ever dreamed about what you do if you a dictator? Did I opened up can of worms of that one? What would you do if you were a dictator? That's an interesting question. I love to see what people would say about that. What was what would the what would you do if you had unlimited power with know, blowback, what's the first thing? You would do if you're a dictator in the United States of America to straighten this nation out before it goes down altogether. And can't come back up. Oh, yeah. Let don't even call on that one. That's so dangerous. That is so dangerous. Sonoma's Mike line to what your topic, please? Yeah. Hey, Michael, you're thinking about Tamara Harris. Uh? I just. Harris failed. I don't think they're really supposed to go very far the campaign. I think she was just a test for the Democratic Party. I think her point was market. Ideas, stick and she failed. So she's exactly what the Democrats wanted to do. Well, wh- what do you mean what they wanted to fail? I keep pushing her every day in the San Francisco newspaper like she's very pushing a like she's gonna win. She's not gonna win. She has no charisma. No ideas. Moreover, she showed herself to be a vicious soul during the cabin or hearings. America saw what she is. Yeah. I agree with you. But the point on that point, I agree with you. But the point is she's not going to go very far the rest of the country is not going to take the California values the hall. I understood why. So why are they pushing it then why is the California Democrat machine pushing this woman knowing she has no appeal outside of San Francisco. Exactly. They're testing the market. You do marketing test the market. All right. So let's say, you're right. And I don't I don't agree with you testing the market to replace it with who who is a more viable candidate than her on the democrat side, the others are so wacky to the left of her that makes it look like a conservative. I agree with you on that point. But I would have to put up Beto, but at the very least Bobby it's the final installment payments, so Willie Brown. So there you go..

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"mike line" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"mike line" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Behind your back congressman on TV, not you, particularly but the White House and the speaker. The deepwater to be called on to head up at committee because the as the chairman called me up gay Grainger that I want somebody on their wonder stands. Has been fighting for a Great Lakes. You really have you to continue. And I said, I'm deeply honored in a Bank you, well, you're not new to the commit. I mean, you're not new to the situation. I remember the first week you were gonna do as our congressman. You were standing on the shores of Lake Erie, helping metro parks help show erosion get park so people can enjoy it. So you're certainly not new to the game. I was wondering. A copy Great Lakes restoration initiative from under the fifty million. You worked with other members to get it back up there. And I think they appreciate the fact that I'm at work with members and stay strong on those issues that are important, certainly northeastern Ohio. But again is always say that it's not just Lake Erie. And it's not a theory. Go lake the Great Lakes. Our national treasure they needed to be treated abduction Alker having all the national park. Now in the members who are ahead of me who were former chairman of this committee from the west, and they wanted to make sure that they're saying on there to cover Indians affair in the western Barisan. I look you guys educated me. Educated you on the Great Lakes. I look forward to working that's called partnership. That's right. You know, and you have a, but you know, we also have I thought of you immediately. I know you attended governor dewine inauguration this week. And his first statement as governor why we're gonna protect our great Lake Erie. And I thought to myself I should be listening to the governor. I'm thinking congressman Joyce must be smiling at that. So do you think governor dewine it will work with you to ensure that our shores of like area protected? Absolutely. Yeah. He's a governor Voinovich at the time. Being it added fishermen started in the when Mike line with Lieutenant governor deal hartsville fishing, really people come from all over the world the deficiency granted in his shirt. River, all because of the fishing info. So he offers in what he started twenty some odd years ago is painting often huge dividends now. And so he understands the respected virus where he knows what the problems are. And one thing I wanted to chat about what I was down there. It's under then governor Voinovich we used to have a point person for Ohio in Columbus that in DC do to work all Ohio issues through in wanna get back to that delegation. Will know what the targets are real high? Oh, it'd be focused as we work together to make sure that we produced for the buckeyes state lads greats. What's I.

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"mike line" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:36 min | 3 years ago

"mike line" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"They will send you the amac advantage membership magazine, and you will get all those benefits. Amac dot US. That's A M A C. We have a cobalt. Our line's lit up with this question of what the president should say tonight. And what the reality is is it a national emergency. I'm a newbie. I don't know when the board is full you advertise your number and people get busy tones. I'm just going to put it out there because you need to know how to reach us. It is eight three three three three Gocha G O K A eight three three three three four six seven five two. Let's go straightaway. The line one Roberta in queens. What should the president tube? Roberta. Yes. Thank you. Doctor gore doing so much for this country. Yes, I Dr I've seen soundbites film bites. Well, while someone I'm guessing when the president is talking they showed the film bites of the people climbing the wall, and when they're throwing bottles and rocks. I found that very effective. It was very shocking and striking. So the show. He should have the images of what cold refugees are doing when they're assaulting a border patrol agents. I like it. I don't know if you can fit that into the eight minutes. Something the White House can do separately. I think that's a great idea. Roberta as somebody who is in the communications business visuals of very very powerful. They tell a story. Thank you. Let's go to line three. Jeff, Jeff, are you in California or you just want to talk about California. Oh, you bet. I am Dr Gorka and thank you for your patriotism. I appreciate that. Yeah. Seamy valley, and I'd like to speak about what the president should say this evening, six o'clock and nine o'clock on the east coast sixty plots here in the west coast. He's a great, man. And a lotta people get get a lot of problems when I speak is name and say how great that is made America and America, I what I'm saying is Dr Gorka, and I know that you're another brother from the different mother. But I will tell you this about that. We have a direct problem that is subjecting our country now, and the Democrats don't seem to understand. And maybe they do maybe they feel that they can get more votes. If they opened up our borders. We can't afford is taxpayers to support all these people. In a lot of them are has an ulterior motive, at least gangs. That s for Mexico and the southern latitudes. I say build that wall build it now building three stories I in two stories deep and put our troops out of the mid east get him out of the mid east. They've had their chance with us. We've done great things for everybody in this country and God bless America. But I will tell you this about that. I. Yes. Right. I I hope speaking too fast. And I think that your other colors collars, going to get the rest of the call. So what what else very quickly could you share with us before we go to our next goal? L all back our American principles and everything that we stand for our values and God bless America. And God bless our president which is being torn apart by the media, and all these other leftist that are I don't know what kind of cool eight they're drinking out of their minds. Thank you. That definitely drinking Kool aid that definitely. It's been decades in the building. Thank you for a very positive message. Mike in LA. You also have some very very specific thoughts on this issue there. Mike line, doctor, Dr Gorka, I don't know why should call you. I feel like I should call. You Sebastian since I've seen so much of you. But who said my friends, call me, sad or dockage? Great. Thank you stab. Okay. Here's the deal. I don't think that Donald Trump should go too much into any anything of ancillaries into the drugs or maybe a little too human trafficking. This is an invasion. This is not about refugees United States statistically allows one million legal immigrants into this country annually one million and people wake their line. I know that you are a legal immigrant you correctly oath to protect and serve the United States of America. Did people even to congress people? Newly elected swore not on the on the bible, not on the United States constitution. But on the on the Koran to to to to the sharia, but keeping to point this is an invasion. This is not about refugees. And I am right here in the heart of a Grech crack where millions of dollars billions seventy billion being wasted on a train to know. You're nowhere by outgoing governor Jerry Brown. Not only that listen, Mike, Mike might have you followed the news. It's not just California. The mayor of New York has just said he he is guaranteeing guaranteeing healthcare for everyone in New York, including illegal immigrants. It is out of control. Thank you guys. Who do not go away? I will be going to.

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