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"mike shaded" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Vodka but anyway yeah. We were going to the conspiracy. The second layer of conspiracy that is for me by the logan poll so I don't know if you know Francis the twitter verse in Some some pretty good. You know people on twitter right That's michael koppen. Ju- right he is. He is insinuating or rather flat out saying that his sources have told him. That floyd mayweather and the rights to logan. Paul have been acquired by our heyman In order to negotiate a new either showtime bigger deal or fox renewal deal So there's people that. I owe kayla plan in on fox. Well that's not necessarily true because fox and pbc into end with. There was only a. I told you it was like sixty million dollars for the year so that year is up now. It's up to fox that decide. Do we want to give these guys sixty million more. Do we want to give them ninety million because we liked what they did and we want them to go harder or do we want to cut our tires but now if you come to the table on a day of renew when you like hey man you want to renew that contract. I got a real exciting fight. It's going to add a lot of views. The old man. Floyd mayweather back. What yeah he's back. Oh shit yeah yeah yeah. Let's renew man. What are you want out. So that's the rumor that they're using floyd's logan poor fight To get a new network deal you know. I still wish sat down with whoever's disown why can't you try to at least do a golden boy thing where where where they did their own thing on zone and you know they didn't have to go through eddie right and they got their dates and they got their big money but if they were on one platform these these charles android fights would be so much easier even ryan devante. Like i'll consider and say well isn't right for us to go on and then he can be like well. You know what it is in a bad idea for tank. I can do so many big fights with tank. He's got ryan over there as he grows. He's got devon over there. You know For charlie charles got triple g. Charles got andrei. He's got a billy joe. One loss doesn't mean anything you know. There's so much for charles over there. Oh my god my heavyweights. My heavyweights can mix and match so great. Yeah you wanna cut me off. Because i know i'm dreaming but the truth is if they if those two conglomerates were on the same platform we would be more satisfied as boxing fans. Yeah it was. You know it's all about the money man it's all about the money and the money doesn't equal out. You know what i'm saying at this particular time for If you look at the model and what you know. They used to do it they used to going for. It doesn't work right now. It twenty dollar Zone app that you pay for the subscription A month or things like one hundred and something. A year doesn't equate to one pay per view being at even forty nine nine nine which did not gonna sell it for their usually going to sell it for sixty four nine nine or seventy four hundred and they're going to try to bust your head. Every time they go out they go cash out. Hold on a second so that side of it it's hard to do it also That's why i came up here earlier instead the floor doing his thing like he got his own plan. Now i seen that news and whatnot. Because it's my job to know was going on but there are some detractors. There's some people who are saying i e leonard saying that He's full of shit. Like you know saying your man. Mike shaded that whatever it is it's not what it is. I mean why would flow and make a deal like that. Do something like that. Is the question that nobody's see. Nobody cares because it's reported that listen. That's the reason why they're going to get the new deal with fox. This is michael carpenters job. He's not a promoter commentator he is a reporter and he reports he has sources and i believe simple as that you know His information has been good for the for for for for for quite a few years. Now you know his his status has raised you know. He went from michael carpenter on new york. What is it daily news or usa today. And he's now done everything so From commentator to to fox all that so my man is connected and he receives information and maybe he's wrong but where there's smoke this fire. That's what i like to believe. That's me you know me dead. And that's what that's what makes it no when brandon when it happens brandon. I'm gonna make sure you get your credit. He's been trying to say Boxing needs to go to amazon prime. I wouldn't mind that because this already part of my package you know me but you know l. o. b. Say no is like bob arum saying no when when when when one of his. You know rumors and leaks. You know what i'm saying. It's like eddie saying. Nah you know when when when someone says something about him. When charles says you didn't send me no seven million you know i. It's it's you choose to believe what you want to believe but at the end of the day alabi is a promoter areas. So he's gonna he's defend floyd and that's his job that's his job but let's open up these phone lines man. Let's see what's out here. Let's see what the people think. A lot to talk about the floyd mayweather network deal conspiracy. Whether using logan paul and mayweather and the acquired rights to that fight to use those as bait to the network to see who pays the highest bidder. I already tried to do that. Francis me and ronnie was talking this morning super-busy he's super busy He got a couple of fighters remember his fighters went to the national's and he's got a lot of shit going on right now but he's rocking with us off the says until his day phya the black man breeland to this day. Fire the black man breeland. Damn i'm trying these these wild the fans they want brealey never to work again is what it looked like a heart man. I hope i got that right. Because that's what it sounds like. You're you're you're super chat is all about. Please let me know that being said if you are on blog talk. Don't forget press one. One time to voice. Your opinion of voice of the people hotline. You can also add to gibbs on skype. we're talking logan. Pau mayweather june fifth dot blocking.
"mike shaded" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers
"Fool wealthed dot com and dj and drummer. And is it you or your wife. Who's the tuba player. That is my wife taylor from household to be in. I don't know for us is also always that proud of talking about his extracurricular activities. Do you feel that that undermines your seriousness is a financial planner. It's funny early on in my career. I definitely had nerves about that because it was like who who wants to Take financial advice from the drummer and a bad rock band So so at this point. I've come to peace with it and i'm much more comfortable sharing that piece of well. Trust your advice even if you are a drama in a bad rock band are you. Still drummer bedrock rock. Man i mean we. We haven't played out in a long time. But we had a band with dan boyd and dan massacre and myself and mike shade another motley fool guy so i've heard to perform and i think you're fantastic. Oh yeah thank you well. Then who doesn't want advice from the from a guy who's in a band let's get to it shall we. The first one comes from what i don't know either but just give it a try okay. Unbolt su- sure. It's all in caps. So i thought you were so bra. So just some behind the scenes Fun i'll take you back behind the scenes of motley fool. answers bro. Goes through every question and kind of edits it down. So i don't have to and so. I assumed that he was putting undue boost own boost sue in there as an acronym and i was. There's lots of acronyms. I don't know about and that could have been another one in financial planning all right. Let's assess what he or she put in to it. I started making contributions to an ira immediately out of dental school. In nineteen eighty nine and continued. Until today i was quickly out of the income limit for tax deductions yet continued to contribute both to my own and my wife's traditional. Ira's is there a point where contributing to a traditional non deductible. Ira no longer makes sense. Should i just put that money in a brokerage account. I hope to retire in ten years. I hope you do retire and ten years as well absolutely and good for you for saving for retirement over the last few decades so even though you cannot deduct the contributions to deduct traditional. Ira still have the benefits of being tax deferred which means you don't pay taxes on the interest and dividends and capital gains from year to year But when you take the money out in retirement you are taxed at ordinary income rates. So the alternative would be just to contribute to a regular taxable brokerage account and that situation you will pay taxes on any dividends or interest But you won't pay capital gains taxes until you sell..
"mike shaded" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"To Fred and we'll bring in our next guest. Good morning all morning talking about the news the other guy. I thought I would very interesting. Y'All saying no news is good news. Yeah what about it? No news is good news. That's the old saying you've heard that before. I heard that before trying to have we would what point. You're trying to make here. Fred at try to make the pointed. Low News is good news. Okay yeah. I don't know that it's necessarily the case. Sometimes you want some news and certainly there are places where there's a lot less news than it used to be. You know places where local newspaper died or local radio stations have gone away etcetera and I'm not sure I really by that. As a general rule but Sometimes the news is good. Sometimes you want news and you want the news to be good and the news is good and that makes you day other times not so good but you still need to know it and so I don't know maybe just my my underlying biases a longtime journalist side. I say no. No news is not good news. No news is what happens in in certain very repressive countries where you know really have a very active news media so all right. Let's bring in our next guest. Mike Shahid with us he is with the spirit. Of Ethan Allen Vermont's only cruise ship plies Lake champlain. And anybody's been on the spirit of Ethan Allen tooling around the lake at sunset on a beautiful summer evening. I bet you have fond memories of that experience and Might WanNa do it again The cruise ship will be back in business summer. But under certain limitations to the OVID nineteen pandemic and wanted to bring in Mike Shaded. Talk about all of this as well as some other news involving the spirit of Ethan Allen and Mike Shea Good morning thank you so much for joining me. Good morning and just We're we're already sailing. We started sailing on Saturday. So we've were wow acting in business. The governor is opening up the stick. He opened up a outdoor recreation I don't know ten days of our soul and we Got Everything Ready. Got Our new engines. Then we have our four brand new Caterpillar Engines Zero exhaust coming out of Reduction IN FUEL. You'll Consumption of Vermont Department announcer resources. Epa Division Really brought us a windfall of of getting rid of the emissions into our air here in Vermont. So we'RE HAPPY TO BE MAKING LESS. Lok and be running our crews. That's great Now what I understood from the announcement that the company made the other day was that there we're going to be Going TO BE Some limitations you're not carrying any anywhere near the passengers used to carry right. Nope don't we're following the guidelines He allowed ten people in the section and We so we're following that we have basically In the vote we sort of opened up the doors and windows and we have outside areas so we have right now. four areas of the boat which qualify as an open air area and. We were allowed ten people on Egypt's for our capacity right now is forty people okay and and normally you can you can you you. You take hundreds out on the lake right at a time. Take we take hundreds of them right. Now it's It feels great to be running our new engines and great to be functioning again ready for Vermont or is when we finally get to come out of our cabins and feel some warm air but it is not a money making operation at all. Been just tremendously. Yeah I I I was GONNA ask about the economics of it whether whether whether that works from a business perspective to limit the trip to forty people. And you're saying it's not money might moneymaking operation at all so. I guess that this is my question right. Well well again. The governor has been Carefully opening the stick it. We learned about the stick it here and and the on Friday he Made reference to that ten will be going to twenty five Soon he another piece of our puzzle. We get vote right. But we're also we offer food and beverage right now. We can't sell anything Offer anything for sale for food and beverage just a sightseeing food. That's all we can offer so I see some light at the end of the tunnel with him opening up the restaurant which means we can sell food and beverage and increasing the capacity. So what capacity will restaurant and have I think? The governor talked having that Decided by June first or open by June I I say restaurants. Hopefully it's this weekend for Memorial Day weekend but we're waiting for guidance from the governor. Yeah I'm just curious. I'm thinking okay. So if the governor announces a I guess he has announced that eventually this or someday you could refresh me on what that date is. Because I've lost track of it but Sunday. The maximum group size will go from ten which it is now two twenty five and and if. I understand you correctly. It sounds like you have sort of four sections of your boat in which you can put groups and so. I'm wondering does that. Increase your capacity from forty or total capacity from forty to hundred. Well we're you know we we get the The governor makes his statement and secretary curly is great. She comes out You go to their commerce agency's website and she comes out with expanded details of the government's plan is and then we reference that and and Best interpreted they can't make everything fit everybody But that's it so that we we comply with the governor's intent and to be safe at the same time so it's trying to figure it all out. The governor's even said it's tough to outline for every specific business there is but here's the basic framework. Stay within and I think he's saying you're everybody will be right. There and that compliance with the governor signed intentions. Yeah and and So you're expecting should understand that by June You should be able to Basically host groups of twenty five And and that and you'll be able to serve food and beverage by then well again. I some of the things that I ever seen or heard. They're using the capacity of the vote or a restaurant. They've reduced it. I've heard I keep hearing a number. Twenty five percent governor could kiss percentage. You want but there's a capacity number so it's I don't have an answer. I listen to every Monday Wednesday Friday. Who's conference looking for details Yep and then I I follow them so I I don't want him play him inventing anything. I wait for the guidelines from the governor and the secretary curly sure. I understand I was just trying to figure out. So how are these guidelines GONNA play it? Play out in your case. I guess Some of these changes from time to time end is indoors still to be determined or We're just I mean well figured out as we go to some extent is that right yes at. Yeah and it's You know we've got so many restaurants late into open and so many people want to go out to eat so we're I know other restaurants orders worked just anxious for the you know. Drop the flag and we can get going and Everybody do a great job but it's We're just waiting guidance so And I feel you know everybody will comply with that. I know they're already talking that way. Yeah sure sure so In terms of your schedule and sort of roots of the tours and so one of those things changed No we had the schedule and because we print So much information out there we have our cruises at citing truth and twelve two and four nightly dinner or sunset cruise at six thirty Again we we. We can't Do the food personnel right now. We're not doing evening dinner cruises and they they really don't start until middle of June and until through Labor Day so we got a little bit of leeway here now again rating. The governor's direction before. Yeah they don't know what what will be failing every day in the scenic. What is this sure and And refresh me if I get on the boat at ten o'clock what sort of what part is parts of the Lake GonNa say okay Our route takes us. We had Up to long rock born All along the thrashed. First of all we talk about the thrust fault Then we turned had sort of south over to juniper island Pass rocked under Red Rock Depart Shelbourne shipyard and then back early Tim. The long way it's narrated the people from Vermont or who knew recently moved to Vermont and that's our basic audiences right now and the eventually hopefully tourists will be welcome back in by the governor and we we can People learn about a lot. I can't tell you how many people say I didn't know that I learn a little bit about Vermont. History that from those points and they learn things about it so that people are always interested What they learn on our cruise. You know it's kind of funny but when you live in place I mean I remember in the past trips. I've taken on the spirit of Ethan Allen. Generally happened when When Family Marino relatives from from away or coming to visit and you want to show them something nice about Vermont and so we head out of the boat and it is sort of funny that And know this phenomenon. I don't know I'm sure. Tourism professionals have have a name for it when somebody who lives in the area You know has his family come to visit? They all want to go and do the check out. The local wonders Be Kind of kind of ignored by the local people until out of town. Visitors come the phenomenon I'm talking about. I know Jackie what you're talking about because we survey people what brought you here and we shouldn't that time and time again people here we've got all these beautiful natural assets at at in. Vermont of the mountains streams The campgrounds on Lake Champlain. And people want to bring them back. We don't have the Disneyworld. Thank God and all these other. Major attracts into our attracts is beauty. I I've been in this whole long time and I can't tell you how many people from especially in New York City you hear them This is so nice air so clean so quiet is so calm and they asked what people up here. You're also nice to believe it so awesome and I think when the governor opens. We're GONNA have a lot of people feel comfortable comfortable to allow other local and other people. There's GonNa be a lot of people that are gonNA come to remind hopefully safely. Don't break don't bring any special guest for us here but come safely but they're gonNA come here to visit wiper. Lot is excellent natural peaceful place to be and the plane as part of that. Yeah you know it's kind of funny phenomenon who you're talking about. I must say I have to confess. I'm of Light Lander. I grew up in Massachusetts. And and I sometimes joke that I never would've seen Lexington and concord except for out of town relatives coming to visit. And you WANNA go show showing the local history. So it's SORTA SORTA goofy that way and then you kinda say. Why did they get their last year myself with my?.
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"First stop took me to an Baynes. She's a project manager over on the actinium. For those of you looking for a path to manage your money better she recommends a great flow chart that you can find on the financial independence bread it. My name is and beans. And I'm a project manager here at the molly full and I want to talk about the financial independence separated flow chart four point one. Financial financial independence is the flow chart was originally created earlier this year by user happy Asian Panda and with collaboration from the financial independence suburb community. Unity version. Four point one that just got released. I think last week. And it's a it's a great starting place for if you if you don't know what to do with your money any you just follow the steps and for those who don't know what is what is read it read. It is a website very big website. That is split into pieces. Called sub reds much like different threads on a forum so one of them is called financial independence. And it's five hundred people who really want to take a hold of their money in their future and working okay so one of the first steps to get a handle on your money any of course is to look at your spending and start budgeting sounds boring. Doesn't it brow to some people I mean. I know it sounds really fun to you pretty boring to you you really. I don't do it as much as I used to. Whatever it's not exciting to me? I just know it's important right there. We go eat your Greens. Yeah well Mike Shade suggests you need a budget Mike Shade. I'm a devops engineer at the Motley. Fool and you're here to recommend you need need a budget. Yes what is you need a budget. It is an envelope. Budgeting system is core. Which means that you give every dollar that you earn a role? Oh you stick it in an envelope and you say this is what the purpose of that money is for for goals normal expenses savings that sort of thing really gives you insight into how every dollar you spend is used anything that tracks your expenses automatically kind of will stick it into whatever bucket if thinks it is and then you look at it and say Oh look I spent this much this much. Why is much more of a proactive tool where you say? Okay I have this money coming in and I am intending to spend it on this this much on food this much on vehicle and so. It's much more proactive than reactive. And it really kind of transfers the power from looking back at what you spent two looking forward award and what you want to spend. They just generally have have four rules. And it's give every dollar a job so when the money comes in you decide right then and there what it's for Embrace your true expenses. Which means you? You're not hiding that starbucks that daily starbucks in just like your category that you'd never think about Roll with the punches. Because because sometimes you have an emergency comes up. You're going to spend money on and it makes it really easy to move money from one envelope to another to to kind of deal with daily life because things happen open And then number four aid your money as you're doing all of this the age of the dollars that you keep in your account grow older and older because the goal is obviously to be spending earning less than you're taking in I'll say also there's two ways of using by nab you can have it automatically sync your accounts or you can put your purchases in manually. And I found found the doing it manually really was the best way to get benefit from it because it otherwise you're swiping your card left and right you're buying things without thinking about it and it's it's just a a little bit of a barrier to vary spending money To know that you're going to have to record it later. So what about an easy solution for putting that budget to Work Kim. Him Control uses simple bank to automate allocating her money into buckets. Simple Bank allows you to really find junior budgeting. You can split up your checking the account into different buckets. Some buckets can be
"mike shaded" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Public affair on W. O. R. T. eighty nine point nine FM and W. O. R. T. F. M. dot O. R. G. this is Patty politicos and I'm your host this hour on today's show Mike shade who directs the mind the store campaign of safer chemicals healthy families is talking with us about his work especially his work to reduce toxic chemicals like P. fast in Philly in consumer products so if you have a question or comment for Mike please give us a call at six oh eight to five six two zero zero one or email us at talk at W. O. R. T. F. M. dot O. R. G. you can reach us on Facebook dot com slash W. O. R. T. talk or you can tweet us at work talk so so Mike you've also been working on a project with Ashley furniture which is also based here in Wisconsin what what is that project yeah that's a really good question so you know we've been talking about the fast chemicals and those are just one class of chemicals that we're concerned about there are literally thousands of other chemicals that are out there that are problematic and another class of chemicals that we're really concerned about our notice flame retardants these are chemicals that are also quite problematic these are chemicals that also can persist in our homes and environment for a long time they can build up in our bodies and they've been linked to really serious health concerns like Farrah disruption cancer even learning and developmental.
"mike shaded" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Power in its entire four day event solely on horsemen era more than a hundred tons was used to power lights and scoreboards with enough left over to heat homes in the capital the manual to energy system which has been running since twenty fifteen has provided heats to more than a thousand customers ABC news W. O. R. T. thanks it's listener sponsors and the Wisconsin academy of sciences arts and letters a place to connect with the experts and learn from each other the Wisconsin academy ideas that move us forward more information is available at Wisconsin academy dot org ripping the communication of good afternoon and welcome to the Monday October twenty eight twenty nineteen addition of a public affair my name is Patty politicos and I'll be your host this hour on today's show we're going to be taking a closer look at toxic chemicals in our environment and by environment I mean items that we buy and bring into our lives especially into our homes as shoppers it's very easy to look at something say like carpet or food packaging and not realize that what we're buying contains more lots more than meets the eye joining us today to talk about these chemicals is Mike shade of safer chemicals healthy families Mike directs the mind the store campaign at safer chemicals healthy families this meaning he works to get US retailers including Minard home depot.
"mike shaded" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"I think for him man, clay, their ankles more of a problem than anything like they've been playing forty five minutes on on kind of tender ankles. So I think that's a big deal, but he just rushing his shots. He's that's what Steve Kerr. Like they're playing like they're in a rush, and he's taking thirty two footers because he doesn't have much daylight. And that's a credit to the rockets is they're they're making him feel him. They're making he's feeling it every area of the court like they're switching they're jumping or grabbing and he feels them. So when he gets daylight he's pulled that trigger quick. And he's having great success going to though is just going home because they're playing them so far out perimeter. Once he gets by. I man he's got like a paradise waiting for him. So he probably just keep going until they adjust, but he's trying to get threes off too. So I don't think it's the hand. I think it's the rockets. I think it's impressing, I think it's a mental thing because if his hand like it's making them, it's something to think about it. He's thinking about it too much. And I just feel like you need like three you need like three to go down. And then he'll be all right. It's great answer from everything from the Dell stroke to the taking it to the rack more. And the lack of of factor of the finger just kind of wrapping up here. You know, we talked a lot about the warriors. But about the rockets in the how they're playing and we talk about the mileage in the minutes on the warriors. But you know, the rockets aren't young PJ Tucker's thirty four Chris Paul's thirty four I mean at what point does fatigue. Eric, Gordon, thirty what point does the fatigue hit these guys? Are you talked about them playing like their their children's lives are on the line? But man shouldn't the mileage minutes kits up to a PG Tucker, forty one minutes and that physical play. I mean, it started catching up to them at the end of the game. For like, you could see they were up seventeen. It was fifteen point game like six minutes left. And then the warriors flip a switch and suddenly all them three. That's all they were. I think I think they were one for twelve from three in the fourth quarter, Mike shades of the of the over twenty seven and the rockets don't do anything else. So if they're tired, but they're like, please three go in please three go ahead and just keep shooting of either. Even though like you're up you wanna eat clock smart shy to get to the line like knowledge. Jackie threes. There you're gonna do it 'cause they're tired. So I do feel like if Steph curry makes that shot or Kevin Durant makes that shot citizen over sign the warriors probably win. Yeah. Because Houston looked tired. So I mean, this is the same thing that happened last year. Like you start getting the gay five seven by Chris Paul's already looking done, James hard. You know, that it was like, oh, he goes again, man, they start they start fading. So I think it was a benefit to Houston that this series is in the second round and not third because that's less mileage on those leg, they got. You know, this was this was the Western Conference finals, and they already had another series of tweets, it might already be bad. But if the war is kind of got away game five to lease put the pressure on Houston to extend the series. But you know, as this thing goes, they're gonna get tired like and the same with the warriors. In a bid is going to be a battle of attrition. Whoever wear. Denver might be sitting there looking their child's way. We we got this. You gotta let version come up to our elevation see how your legs feel right? Yeah. We let's let's yoke is like Vang all vantage and be like where you down. You you magic you mess. It was all said and done Denver wins the west. Like. Right. So you you saying that you saying that Denver Toronto series? We'll have. Oh, man. That's that'd be like the Spurs. Nets back in the day, man. Oh, dude. Hey, man. This is a really good sad. I really liked the conversation. I feel like I mean, I got so hyped up at the end when you you're talking about the fatigue rockets planes, seven guys warriors, a plan seven guy is we're going last round rocky and Apollo when they come out of the ring, and they're just both shoulders sagging, sweating panting. They got nothing left. But they gotta go. And that's how I feel like going into tonight, man. It's awesome. It truly is awesome. You got. Yeah. You got Klay Thompson who could run all day Steph curry who's perennially an excellent conditioning lighter jury mongering Andrea dollar who is like a twenty nine year old body. Like, it feels like it anyway. Right. It's hard. Kevin durant? Like these. I my I'm putting my money with them news. If it's a attrition like this is all they do. Business. They got those kind of guys are just like all right? We can go all day. And usually guys don't wanna go all day. So that's I think that's the warriors last hope is that lose faith, or you know, if they ever start making shots that that would be amazing that oracle should be. I think everybody who's going tonight. I think the warriors are asking for run TMC levels of hype tonight. I think you need to dip into the run TMC well and bring back that oracle crowd. All right. So it'll be I'm going with thirty. Okay. Marcus great Chapman enjoyed it. And you've been writing great stuff to look forward to your next offering. Thanks for coming on, man. All right. Thanks for being patient. I was gonna fly. Now. It's all good. We turned out to be the right call because we got the morning of hype good stuff, man. Go take care of your daughter. Be good are as Marcus Thompson with some great hype thirty, but I just I'm just I just got the image of Apollo van. They're just tired and exhausted. I know that to be more game seven imagery, but it kind of feels like game five tonight. Two percent of the time. You win game five in the NBA. Although the rockets one game five last year the warriors won the series sound that gives me great. Every possession will matter so much. Let's do this city national Bank business technology.
"mike shaded" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"You know, how Eddy likes to talk. We also got Dan your role Mont on their plus a whole bunch of stuff from the past from Crawford. We got Joe Makovsky from dissolve on breaking down his stuff his situation relationship. National boxing. Lou dibella triple g stuff, and we're going to have tons of stuff from canola. Our is this week. So just if you want to support his at the subscribe, but and I'll be out there nephew out there. Mike will be out there to do their podcast. So is definitely going to be a fun week in we hinder giving more stuff. All right. Let me get to some other callers. We're gonna go to Jason be talk to me Jason. On skype. Jason b. Chan was we hear you? We hear you don't. With be Mike. Shades. Nights those off at the couple punches to the face. There was blind, man. Yes. Speaking of blind. Even Ray Charles because see Crawford as. Let's get straight, Mike. You always say that you know, spending cropper was face to face. You said that you cited when spend said why would he go make that fight was easier to fight over here. He wasn't talking about in the rain grow. He's talking about the business xactly. That's all. So quit taking that out of context. Oh. The problem is Bob Aaron we all know that. I believe you may we might might the one, you know, here man move, right? A lot of people are saying they in the Chad. Like, man, they nobody's talking about the actual fight where you know, we'd have to get through the politics as always 'cause that's boxes. But as far as the fight goes basil beetle special beat them cross from Dallas. With I and that's the sad. Crop of fans that wouldn't have brass cat, man. Covered. He's tombo. We have. What's going on man where where the fans that man with a public demand in this fight, man? I saw so. And that's how you going get it. There man is different is different than other FIS is being demand. This one is like all you demand because we got some sign on the menu. And you're like, oh, man. You don't look too bad. Let me go to Tony P, all Skype. Donny. You got you got you. Talked about Everest, Pat, man, I love the fact that he's not fight on pay per view. Next pacman verse con- don't be on pay per view. And the wind is gonna fight in a big pay per view fucks, Mike, you gotta pay attention to that. That's big business. When the fight is big tempers won't get shut. It took packet Floyd like ten years to fight terrorists won't get his fight fight. I don't got no pick but understand EROs bell collecting right now when the fight is big money. He going to get a shot too. And that's that's more common. I said simply set simple. Let's go to Dallas Cowboys sky. They love him. That Dallas cowboy Skype. You got your self? Go on. Going towards all right. We're going to go out to. Hey, talk to me, a got a mutual self. Let's what's. Let's see some just jump right in your specimen. Numberless on because it's done middle Spence's right about talk. Bring. He said what everyone's thinking to make things was Aaron promotes Novacek right in front of it made a mistake. It's taught run by ended. They if that's the guy that changes is life than ever at the same time in nobody trying to hit that shit from Spence..
"mike shaded" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"It's hard to stop a train making good homes better. Welcome back to the money bid home improvement show. I'm Tom Chrysler, and I'm Leslie grading. If you're DIY or you probably used a lot of different chemicals over the years, you know, from paint polish for a ton of your projects, but won't bet that you don't know that a certain class of paint strippers has been deemed so dangerous that DIY have actually died from using them. Well, thanks to a major grassroots campaign effort by the group's, safer chemicals. Healthy families, these toxic paint strippers might soon be banned from the shells of your local stores with us to talk about that is Mike shade, the campaign director, welcome Mike. Thanks for having me. When I first heard about this from you guys. I was shocked because I had no idea that there were paint strippers out there that were so dangerous. I always knew that they stunk to high heaven, and you had us a lot of elation. But when I read that there were folks actually dying from this is. I was absolutely shocked is that a common reaction for this problem where people just totally unaware of it even experts. Oh, yeah. I mean, you know, most consumers when they go shopping at the local hardware store at the Home Depot. You know, none of us everything that a product that we might buy for our family or her home could actually be deadly Headley, many popular paint removal or Pinscher products contain to highly toxic chemicals called meddling Corrado pose serious risk to consumers, especially DIY consumers. They can even be deadly. The good news is that.
"mike shaded" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"News center. I'm Tony paddock Milwaukee police officer Eric Indrawati is out of a job. The officer was among those on hand when bucks players sterling Brown was arrested and taste in January. He was fired for what he posted on social media after the arrest statement later on that chief Alfonzo Morales confirming the termination to today's j four social media policy later at Marquette university. The chief told Mike shaded by mocking Brown on Facebook officer Andrei head violated policy policy did not just come out in the last couple of years. It's one that's been staying chief went on to say that the officer hurt any potential opportunities to testify in future cases. It'll be a circus by putting this person on the stand based on what will Serik bills dead. WTMJ news sources are telling ABC news that former Trump campaign chairman, Paul Manafort is. Tentatively agreeing to a plea deal with special counsel, Robert Muller that will head off his upcoming trial. It's not clear whether Paul metaphor will cooperate with the Russian investigation, or perhaps offer evidence that could implicate the president sources telling ABC only that manafort's lawyers and prosecutors made a plea deal that would avoid his second trial scheduled next week. Another federal jury's already convicted Manafort on a number of Bank and tax charges. President Trump is publicly praised his former campaign chairman, and he could choose to pardon him. Andy Field ABC news, Washington. Three towns. North of Boston of dozens of fires after what's thought to be a sudden spike in gasoline pressure? Massachusetts police chief Joseph Solomon says his town is safe. He's been helping an Andover northern Andover as well as Lawrence where there are some injuries offices arrived. They were dispatched by Lawrence to multiple houses. They triage injured people. I don't know what the injuries where it's been a couple of hours, but you could tell it still a little bedlam out here. And we do know this. Well, at least one serious injury. I'm aware of and multiple minor injuries. President Trump is reject. Acting on Twitter. The recently revised death toll from hurricane Maria Puerto Rico that's all close to three thousand based on the work of George Washington University. Researchers CBS news White House. Correspondent Zhang has the latest news statement just out tonight. The White House says every death from hurricane Maria is a horror, but says the study is just a statistical estimated not a confirmed list of deaths. Researchers say they are confident in their finding as hurricane Florence hammers. The coastal Carolina's residents in South Carolina are making their last minute. Preparations is Pete combs in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. There's now a curfew in effect here in Myrtle Beach from seven pm until seven AM. This place has shut down. But there are plenty of people still here as the first rains began to fall. They're now beginning to take shelter in their homes, and in some cases in schools throughout town in Myrtle Beach. Pete combs, ABC news here at home. The state Senate could soon be heading back to Madison governor Walker requesting the Senate returned to the capital before September thirtieth. An effort to hammer out a one hundred million dollar incentive package that would help Kimberly. Clark. Stay afloat. Very much for them to be in the state of Wisconsin Senate majority leader, Scott FitzGerald, says he doesn't have the votes needed on the Republican side so walkers asking for bipartisan support vote, Republican or democrat senators.
Officer linked to controversial arrest of NBA player fired, chief says
"Milwaukee police officer Eric Indrawati is out of a job. The officer was among those on hand when bucks players sterling Brown was arrested and taste in January. He was fired for what he posted on social media after the arrest statement later on that chief Alfonzo Morales confirming the termination to today's j four social media policy later at Marquette university. The chief told Mike shaded by mocking Brown on Facebook officer Andrei head violated policy policy did not just come out in the last couple of years. It's one that's been staying chief went on to say that the officer hurt any potential opportunities to testify in future cases. It'll be a circus by putting this person on the stand based on what will
"mike shaded" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"Do you remember when Carol when candy Birlas would say during the reunion she'd be like all this unfolded at the as it was all news to me. Right. So there's a lot that goes on that you don't know about and I look forward to show j. Yes, out of interview commentary. I feel like that. Yes too, like spark wars. And then like watch it happens live Shadia. It's a whole. That's right. Particular acted like you have a lot of drama go down on social media while the show was happening. So there's an element to it that we can't see when Mike, Mike and cheat you on that big Jichi cut him out of the picture or something. Do you know what that led to that led to her? That was the night of Mike posted that picture the night before she decided to blow up his spot at the pool party. And so could you imagine if if he didn't do that, their fate would have been changed forever? My goodness, no, I just when I think back on all the moments that shows sunset has had like I'd be like when you're a shell of a Bronco fan, like, you know, it has its lows like last season OC wasn't great, but if you like shahs of sunset is consistently just like, awesome because you guys really you've known how long have you known Raza since we were fifteen. Right? Like there's real roots in this group history. Right? And I feel like when you fight like it's really emotional because like it's like fighting with the family. Listen when me and him had that Tommy if he was here, he would correct me and say you and he whatever. Anyway. When when resin I fought, I didn't fight back where I wasn't going to like he was going to. He was going to bring all my dirty laundry out with exaggerated, grossly exaggerated. And then I was over here sitting there going. I'm not going to do it not gonna do it not going to cross the line like I got it on the whole bag year, you know? Because once you can't go back and that's the worst feeling has been friendships, change the dynamic of this show really changes. So there's a line that you can't say above, let's do while keeping it interesting. And at the same time I wish that we could keep it like like sometimes there's things that I want to say to g g and I walk really well. I was going to say, I feel like of all the people on the show she had the most conflict and people have really gone head to head with her individually and together and it just find it so interesting that you all are still friends with because I feel like if anyone would have been like excommunicated by now, it would have been her every season. It's something else she would have by the second season or the first season because I made a choice to step onto her side even though I didn't agree with her actions. Right. Like are you saying in regards to her fight with her sister or Aasa jumping. Son Raza nothing got, oh yes, that wasn't cool. But I took her side like rooting for the underdog. Yes. And then that put a full thing strain on my relief, which ought to mostly with residue because he is not a very forgiving person. To relationship is so great. And I love to think about how like what was it like five years ago. YouTube were sharing an office and working together. He came into my office. Let's clear things up. This really sick office and it was a corner office and it was nicer than the manager's office and but there was it was too big for one person. So yeah, we popped in another disk and we shared it and then got a really big fight like nine. He went on and became partners with with Mike shaded, and then they hired somebody that stole from them highway job, and I love that we could speak freely about this in the past, right?.
"mike shaded" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Yourself projects this is the fix it show with Mr. fix it. Tom, Faiza on WTMJ Milwaukee continues to. Mourn the death of a police officer Mark secrets checks. In with the Milwaukee police department chaplain to discuss his important role during that difficult time that's tomorrow nine fifty one right here on Wisconsin's weekend morning. News sixty three degrees I today's going to be seventy seven seven seventeen months, Danny Clayton Tom Faiza is here and we heading. To Menominee falls on the fix it show hey Paula Good, morning We have some phony, foundation problems and we've had a couple interviews with companies It's getting a little overwhelming Sorting. Through what each are proposing one wall is just under two inches ones around. One and a half inches the other two are like three eighths of an inch Haina. Hovering. At a half inch okay What we're basically interested in it's a huge investment we don't want to shortchange. Ourselves and not do a good job what we're interested in is your thoughts. And opinions some are talking the one while we do realize happy has to be dug. Out You're talking about the braces Talking about digging out. Partial big outs and waterproofing some aren't talking about. Getting out and doing waterproofing we haven't had interview or estimates yet from another company that does something very different with and you probably know what I'm talking about the they have like police on the outside. And like pulled the, wall so like, I said we're kinda overwhelmed we'd sure like. Your opinion and your thoughts And what you think this topic well I think the best thing to do because we're talking a huge expensive you dig an wall that's ten twelve grand for that wall you're probably. Talking to thirty thousand, twenty thousand dollars, something like that total here in the neighborhood So that's a huge. Expense I would have an independent, person looked at the basement. For a few hundred bucks and then have them, do designed for. You and then get pricing And then you're gonna be assured you'll have an independent opinion on your thirty thousand dollar purchase so someone like Chuck Weber W. e. b. e. r. Chuck Weber or Mike shaded s.. H. a. d. I d They're independent contractors in going to give an independent evaluation. I do that kind of work also from time to time and you're in Menominee falls so you're Klay area there's lots of bad basements Manami falls it's. A real it's a real got a nineteen fifties house and you're salt you're on Manami. Avenue someplace No actually I'm our house, is probably about. Forty five years old okay For north of Menominee avenue? Okay, you, actually did our sexual and we bought our house at. All All video autograph it he didn't but we were very very impressive So something must, have changed since then, but anyway So why would get an independent person will? Look at that like Chuck Weber Mike shaded in it's hard to give it too much advice over the radio waves because I can't see physically what. You got on your talking, to inches, a displacement. You're talking about excavation talking three? Eighths half inch it depends what kind of displacement what kind of cracking you may not have to. Do anything too much with those except the braces there's a variety of things they should be talking. About checking the drain towel system that's. Working properly that would be one of the standards you could, also look on the website for what's called ramp. Which is we had those guys on last weekend it's, it's a basically kind of a. Better. Business Bureau better basement bureau of this area yeah so it's. W. a. f. r., p. r. p. dot com so Wisconsin. Association foundation Repair professionals in you'll actually. Find standards there for basic repairs are the correct way to do you know standards here's what you. Need to do at the wall looks. Like this and it's it it gets a little complicated and, it's a little tough reading but gives you a. Couple of good ideas but have an independent person take, a look at it and it's. Got. The problem it's intended to be complicated but that would be. My vice on it Just repeats initials that organization again sure I don't blame you w. a. f. as in Frank r.. P. a. f. r. p. dot com Mike's last name again shattered s. h. a. d. I. D Okay and they would be in the yellow pages Yeah you may? Have. To Google yellow pages now what are those They may not be. The, Google machine Paul Google machine can help okay that's..
"mike shaded" Discussed on Toure Show
"In person and online and i don't know i just feel like i've got this shield of truth around me you know that's been proven in a court of law actually that's been proven by bill cosby's own words under oath but yeah twelve peers of twelve what is it what is it called with beer a jury of his peers you've seen a rise in attacks from black people oh yeah big time pimple like worth like what inside edition caught one i you know it's it's stems i think it's like all part of bill cosby's in various tentacles it stems from what happened within the courtroom there were these orchestrated cosby schillt's whom i would not doubt we're being paid by bill cosby to bully and harass me and some of the other cosby survivors and sometimes the bullying was actually physical and so there was one gentleman man who is maybe six foot four and three hundred twenty pounds who accosted me with all sorts of insults and calling me a liar and words that i can't repeat and he came at me physically you know that so much that caroline heldman my friend who was with me and actually the tective mike shade had to come in between this guy and me and tell them to back off so i feel like i've got this armor of vindication around me and i'm like you know come at me and also you know i feel empathy for these people who attack me.
"mike shaded" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran
"Everything's a choice right don't tell you know you were me or anyone who maybe you're looking up to his mentor you know saying oh i want this i want this and want this now moves ame done this and he said no and we say why haven't you you give us reasons light life right i mean everyone's excuses life mike shades my wife my husband my job it's all life we all get so let me let me rephrase this everything is not a choice but everything is a trade like there when you decide what we want their is it were why you're trade that asked yet and he's got to be willing to to choose if you are willing to make that trade and it is okay did not make the trade i just thought it's okay for you to not by amazon stock ten years ago that was a trade and some people were comfortable with the risk it would have paid off but it is old k to not make trade any era of your leslie by amazon stock today a high a high i would uh uh i am skeptical of markets as a whole sure i have been skeptical of the markets for too many years i have been wrong on the stock market so you should probably not listen good thing you'd like i'm with the dude i mean i've i've put money in cells in places hey guys this is ryan going to take a quick break and will return to the show as say.
"mike shaded" Discussed on KGO 810
"And when you're getting really close to the total phase when that it goes from sort of a wedge of sunlight down to a crescent and then starts to move towards a filament an arc filimon of light it becomes the lighting it's almost metallic uh the last one i was that i was on a small ship out near borneo and i looked at the deck which would just below us and a lot of the crew were out there and it looked like they had been sprayed with um platinum missed some sort of platinum missed or paint and and it just gets very very strange the color of the sky um you know the blue we see it's so beautiful but then it becomes this deep saturated indigo color unlike any kelly really ever seen in nature certainly in the sky is this this deep cobalt blue and at that point when you're really close to the total phase you can look behind you if you are you know uh to the west you look to the western horizon and you can see a line appear between earth and sky and it is a deep indigo dark powdery blue edge and it gets higher and it writers up in it become like a wall of darkness in the distant and that's the actual shadow of the moon moving across the earth faster than the speed of sound rushing at year yeah you've lifted up your shades to look at that you look back to the sun uh it's continuing to shrink uh if you look down to the ground without your shades you might see what are called shadow bans which are these are rapidly alternating patterns of light and dark rippling across the earth an interference pattern with the atmosphere in the diminished light and then you look back up with your shades that little crescent starts to break up into what's called dailies beat the moon is craggy irregular surface with mountains and valleys those sort of sparkling disappear very rapidly and then this is what i do i take off mike shades as the beed drink down to one beed and watch flare out it looks like the sun flaring outer exploding off to the side it.
"mike shaded" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Art or maybe in some really good announcer and yeah just go to platform for new flamboyant really good guy now it's good that when we get attached to people whether it's sad because we know the personally or just because of what they meant to us i mean that's the thing about broadcasters is that you can feel like you know them if they do their job ah the well you feel like you know them and their friends of yours even if you've never met that and seven point that has my whole yeah that's how you separate the from the pretty goods for her thanks jeff i appreciate the call from ontario as a new jersey i've never heard that terror before that's fantastic letsie couple of your tweets ryan semi as series of tweets i'll read part of that he says for the pros my favorite was the late jack buck i don't believe what i just saw two guys remember that call one of the most iconic homerun calls in in the history of baseball and that was buck q so good and mike shaded actually who still does cardinals games on kmox radio and he says that was the soundtrack to my summers as a kid and then he says my favorite pro now the voice of the san antonio spurs bill schoning rare one man who is by far the best in the nba so right lyon interestingly enough more and more nba teams are going to what may booths on the radio because they don't want to pay for an extra analysts to travel when more people watch on tv but bill bill is not only awesome he's out really he's really funny when you talk to specifically are we on the radio show he could tell great stories and so we have had bill here before he always tells us that he likes our show that the great compliment summing coming from someone is accomplished as bill mike says milo hamilton as a broadcaster he was he said astros correct in some milo hamilton uh let's see niners fan here this comes from the bay area for the radio it's ted robinson he's the motion is unmatched in my opinion tv it's kitty albert for sure and.
"mike shaded" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Things and i wasn't um sometimes announcers or whatever especially on the radio they make you feel like you were there uh he didn't necessarily do that what what some of the things that he said they were pretty subtle but the way that he's set at the voice city had um and he was appealing to all of canada a lotta people tuned into them and uh he made he did he got who meet you create your own excitement and he's gonna cds now he's just like uh he's probably the vince scully canada see so he's probably he's done now you'll meet us uh a couple of random games but a really good guy and if you ever get a chance to list the bob cooler off maybe you know who he is he's some yeah really good announcer and uh yeah just uh i guess maybe i got a little saw spot for him because he's from new flamboyant really good guy because broadcasters friends incessantly separate degrees from the pretty goods and for sure from new see i've never heard that fantastic let's he tweets ryan series of tweets i'll read part of that he says for the pros my favorite was the late jack buck i what i just saw remember that call one of the most iconic home run calls in in the history of baseball and i was jackpot keep so good and mike shaded actually who still does cardinals games on kmox radio and he says that was the soundtrack to my summers as a kid and then he says my favorite pro now the voice of the san antonio spurs bill schoning rare one man who is by far the best in the nba so ryan interestingly enough more and more nba teams are going to what may booths all the.
"mike shaded" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"If you've been listening to may for wow you know so it the more you makeup property is the more exciting it is for me to sell that and i was trying to pick out a couple of properties and say what's really unique about this property i have one right now that i can't remember having this before it was a bumper what's a bunker well some people mike shade again at and noah saying i'm barmes schefter that's another word for a berm shaft yup i have a half that actually has a bumper slash some shall qtr and when you work out the basement door there is this stew yeah star i aaron very very that don't work that leads down to about i'm shocked are and i was thinking that's really interesting but what other reasons what other purpose have could we re purposes area what can we use it for i was showing at and a big kids that right there wanted to know what it was and what's a parents permission i stick go take a look and a climb day on their and they were so excited i had them take a picture so i now know what it looks like down they are and i did a little bit of research on it on the internet and saw how people have discovered some of these the shelf there's from didn't mitts century and fan some totally stopped with being prepared to take care of their family in case of an emergence a and this particular family after guy let get up again was going to down a they supplies i mean it was boxes of can be an an and now i'm and snaps and water of course and food and and shot clips and i thought isn't that collaborate really does give us a time period looking back so issues making about a home what the bomb shelter or she just what something that might be just different give me a call again i haven't tocci where this fast was so after the break when we come back i will tell you whether break is this is.