17 Burst results for "Mr Monti"

"mr monti" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

08:18 min | 2 years ago

"mr monti" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Terms of passing. He is a tremendous pass say one of my favorite LeBron James moments. And it's funny because it ties into the angry AUSSIE coincidence. Probably not. But I was watching this on YouTube, and I just dialed up maybe my favorite search of all time a couple of days ago. Andrew bogut hard fouls. Yeah. Dahlen enjoy enjoy. But there's one where he fouls abroad, pretty hard kind gives them a little shove. Lebron adds a pre traumatic flop to the shove. And then he falls down hits his head on the camera. And he just stays down, dude. Like he's been shot. Like, he's all rolling around all my God. But that whole sequence that's one of my favorite LeBron moment. That is pretty well. Guess what you may get one. Whereas Lakers they done. I think so. No, no, no. I think we know. Yes. They are. Yeah. Hey, buddy. Joe for your head since Murph lex LeBron today, and I don't say this to do you notice? Also in that same clip when you watch that you ever notice how none of his teammates come over to help. I'm just just keep that much. Let the emotions get the best of me and pretty much played the last two games with a broken hand. So. Great. My favorite tell you this. But did the last couple of shows with a a strained oblique? I wasn't going to mention that what I've been dealing. Yes. Speaking of oblique Pablo Sandoval has. He hit a Homer, you Pablo walkabout I won't Pablo when my world again, Murph. I do like you with who is it. Oh such Josh. Yeah. You can't live without him over, bro. I know. For a quick shot at says rejoin with grandmaster flash in the jungle their loved that. I was lucky enough to see Hamilton here at San Francisco. I got gotta always tip by cap. There's a little moment where Lin Manuel Miranda drops a little sometimes I wonder how I keep from going under in the middle of one of the rap battles with Hamilton. And I'm in the crowd going. Yes. Because I'm a big disciple of the grandmaster flash era, which is all school kids old school doubt back when there was a positive message for the kids as opposed to nonsense. They're spewing out there now out like a light slept through the flight, all the other stuff. So anyway, back to the the matter at hand. Sure. And that is I missed this yesterday. But I want to hear it. If I missed it. I imagine one of our listeners did to Charles Barkley and we were talking about yesterday. We went through the whole autopsy of the warriors and Durant and the White Sox had, and why is he knocking Kerr? And all that heard Tolbert say in his say, he said, yeah, he was just being a D. Although he said the word which you have on your do. I like to I like. Speak only do for me. It's just so wrong. It's so strong. Why listen to me do it when you can hear it from the best Sean Penn Tober was saying he goes for Durant. He was just being a d. Okay. All right. There you go. Right. But anyway, we talked about how it was. Maybe this generation is different in this age of anxiety. That Adam silver said that social media has made these kids in their twenties unhappy unhappy, what is happiness polymath. Ponder that in my yard. When I moved to Mendocino, dude, you might find it there. I think it's waiting for me inside the irt, so yours you got. I did I tell you. I told the story about my high school movie theater manager who came out and this guy, Mr Monti and the kid who said he was going to drive the cut I told that story in the Murph, okay based on your description like my every time you talk about this guy. I see sergeant Carter from Gomer Pyle is more like it's more like Bing Crosby looking. But sergeant Carter attitude. Yeah. Mr. Jeremiah's ever rest in peace. Mr Monti was my high school theater. I worked at the movie theater in town. Yeah. Yeah. We're the polyester blazer flipped up there to your left. Upstairs to your left. Shoutout ratner. Marc Ratner another great theater employees. It wasn't a multiplex. What was awesome was? We sold those tickets for like, the seven o'clock show and then chilled for two hours. Did you talk to your co worker and say, I hate working here. All the actions across the street by Sweetwater. Yeah. Pretty much, but I was inside mill valley riffing, I'll tell you. What though I was like Radnor having crushes on girls and not acting. That's my dead. Instead now go very weapon through the pages. There I told you guys I had a guy. I think I told the story on the air the guy who was one of the guys who had graduated from high school's name was John, but he stayed in town was continued to work at the theater when everybody else went off to college. Mr Monti would Santoro during the break for this pipe in his like checked blazer? He was a Canadian Royal Air Force World War, Two federal, wow. Vet, but he would smoke a pipe and come out and just roast us mercilessly. I told you remember fewer the horse bit me. Yeah. This is all stuff. We did on the air. I haven't heard it. Oh, he used to say, why don't you feel where the horse bit me? Boy, your new employees feel he'd reach out grab your testicles. And twist. Oh, wow. I mean, that's that's you know, borderline, you know. Now, I wouldn't recommend you do that. Now or anytime for that matter feel with a horse spit me, boy, that's one older man told him he had a comedy to the highest order a pipe in his mouth while he's doing. Get the visual of all one time he came out. And he said no cove, I wasn't there. Everybody. Boy, he's a John. Boy, what are you still doing here while everybody else's off getting a college education is smoking question Johnson, Mr Monti even thinking about that? And he said I'm thinking about actually saving some money from the theater and taking my car driving across the country to find myself. Nice Mr. money takes a spoke, find yourself boy, look on your driver's license. You're right there. And I was like just brilliant. You know, what I mean just that generation not having it? They're just not having any find yourself. Go blank yourself really work make some money go to college. It's not. So anyway, that leads up to this age of anxiety thing, Mr Monti all over again, Charles Barkley's, like Mr Monti saying find yourself, you're right there on your driver's license move on. So here's Barkley saying that kyri in the rest of this crew is just way too sensitive, coury Irving. I don't know him that way like a good kid, but I've never seen a person so notable to have so much success to have the world in apartment hand. He's gotta make forty fifty million dollars a year for the next ten fifteen years. He's already won a world championship movies. But he's got to be one of the most miserable people I've ever seen. It's been Mr Monti coming before the season. He's like that. Because Cari, wasn't like that before me and we both liked him. And then he. In Cleveland because he wasn't LeBron. Right. Well, he was such a. Still he's a baller. He's incredible to watch I ate like very few. I mean when he goes to the rim. He makes a lot of seemingly impossible shots when he's going up. You're like can't making that. Oh that went like he does that a great player. But yeah, now he's so outward now with it's a lot of this public apology to LeBron. It's just like he's like paving the way for his next move. And I think a lot of people are upset about that. Because they're like, hey, you're focusing on the next step instead of games on the schedule right now that they need to win. So well, I think most people would agree they should be higher than a four or five seed in the east a lot of people thought and still maintain when they play together they should be the number one seat. Yeah. He went on to say to he had more said these guys are making twenty thirty forty million dollars a year. I think that's probably the stupidest thing I've ever heard Adam silver say he said. Listen, he's a great guy. But that's the stupidest thing I've ever heard a Commissioner say these guys are making twenty thirty forty million dollars a year. They work six seven months a year. We stay at the best hotels in the world. They ain't got no problems. That's totally bogus. A person. So yeah, I amid seriously. So anyway, just letting go there, but then you know, what the kids would say that Barclays, you know, he doesn't feel it. He's insensitive the whole deal. Chanting. Good. Low base the low week, Hugh. Distortion.

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"mr monti" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"mr monti" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I suppose he had a choice in that he could have resigned but he's in a very tricky position because he's supervising an investigation of the president's associates in the president and at the same time he works for that president who has the authority to fire him and make suggestions and orders about the investigation so he's finds himself with very conflicting responsibilities i think that he has mainly tried to protect the integrity and independence of the russia investigation i think the step he took in response to what president trump demanded by sending the issue to the inspector general who basically will find facts figure out what happened he has related investigation going on i think that was a a nimble compromise on his part okay that seemed to sort of remarkable position to be in though four mr rosenstein either respond and take action on the president's request or resign where those is only two options here i if there's a third i can't i can't think of it i mean he he made the i think he made the appropriate response i should say that as as what mr monti said about his having done this in public given the fact that he got upset and did it at all frankly i prefer that he did it in public rather than did it in private so that we you know so that we don't know about it now we know what he said why he said it and what the response wasn't as well out in the open well let me ask you now as a former fbi agent the revelation of the fbi source in reports seems to have spurred some of the president's tweets and this last directive for sure confidential informants like the one that was reported on give me a sense of how often they're us weather the action that was detailed in that report is unusual because the.

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"mr monti" Discussed on College Info Geek

College Info Geek

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"mr monti" Discussed on College Info Geek

"Unquote retire mr monti mustache style by h forty meaning have enough in the bank were in stocks in mutual funds to be able to live off of the four percent rule so basically like i'm gonna you can basically m as we talked about the investing episode you can expect you returns to be five percent the market at least so you could take four present and live a fat from your portfolio in your portfolio would still grow albeit slowly but last forever so i kind of like set that goal by 40 ought to be able to do that and i'm i don't i just care so much less about that goal now a careless about like wanting to be able to quote unquote retire at a certain age it just seems silly like police said on a certain age to we know and i remember i was listening to a gary vantage a podcast and he had a question from somebody saying you know i wanna be financially independent by the time thirty at oh i do that and his answer was the first thing you should do is not pudding number at a certain age of your life because it's a good way to lemme yourself even if it is a very ambitious goal so think on a much smaller timescale what's the next big thing i can do how can i grow how can i help people have gonna build something amazing yeah and eventually if you're doing that the is likely going to come anyway they like the larger timespans aren't predictable so don't try to predict them yeah you but you could be doing something right now the short term is the only time you do anything yet and i can i can tell you know it's been two or three years since i set by goal and my life has changed so much since then like that goal is at least the numbers in it are no longer feasible because you know i wouldn't want to live at the level of money that i said the goal for so at either okay i can just bump that number up or i can just not worry about it yeah you know maybe it's just my personal opinion but i guess it is don't care about being able to retire at a certain age while i mean i guess.

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"mr monti" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"mr monti" Discussed on KPCC

"By sweaty i coulda killed him on those two days he was not too nice to me but we've actually talked about her and um is not really his thing to be sort of two confirming of what you do on the day he's never gonna go arcade that was his super take i think he does that to sort of keep you on your toes as you never sort of full into this thing where you're old sort of satisfied and not working any more so how do you get through those days and not say what if i got myself into because it's hard to know that the performance that you're getting on giving is going to be good many months down the road how do you not know that it's like some sort of war that urine well you don't if you like your job as you enjoy all that as that's true for may you enjoy working halt and i did the here i really wiped out an opm the i'd dad's myself and odd there were a little days where i came home to my flat after the and i was just devastated and i was that show that everything was wrong and but still to sort of get the opportunity and the time and the trust to sort of work through something like thirty forty fifty takes on every scene and really digging deep and investigate unexplored every con of direction you could go in with the seen a slight totally fulfilling us maksar so in that sense it's like i got to drive the roles rows of acting with this film uh that's that's my tank on it claes bang great to see your thanks for common and thank you so much for having me i thought place bang is the star of the square the film is up for the foreign language oscar coming up if you heard birds in the sounds gave of dunkirk well worth police in eighty awesome mr monti to gospel started in the south at found his voice in la a cowboy african american museum tells that story and we take you on a tour gospel in la brought together retha franklin and martin luther king let's take to weed is it 993 kpcc oh what raffaele a bruce len and i'm having a blast hosting unheard la live storytelling from kpcc in person trust me if i abrupt to put a tube in your chest to fix a collapsed lung you.

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"mr monti" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"mr monti" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"To pursue issues that he must cares about the partnership with mr trump doesn't mean he has a distance himself from mr monti's right he half but rarely m a usually what he's most known for is his deary a few sieve craze of uh the president and sometimes that's been mox because it's it he he each i'm seems to go over the top a little bit uh and the crisis of the president who likes being praise and doesn't like being overshadowed so that would be a smart tactic for anyone who his number two but pence also has an approach that he's long followed uh called servant leadership which is about if you want it put putting being deferential to authority pudding others ahead of you and so people hunnam say that's that's him he would be doing doing any way that that sort of difference extreme deference to um to the president a much is mr pence helped called servant leadership which is about if you want it put putting being deferential to authority pudding others ahead of you and so people hunnam say that's that hamann he would be doing doing any way that that sort of different extreme deference to um to the president how much is mr pence helped by the fact that he does not seek the spotlight well um i think that's as smart as mark tactic in this administration and of course that the the folketing had strong con count those he doesn't say he is the reason that any of them are getting policies are they're they're hoping for he's still get all the credit to trump and they they go they have uh can they can they have linked to him and they can reach out to him um but he doesn't he doesn't count those he doesn't say he's the reason that any of them are getting policies that they're they're hoping for he's still gives all the credit to trump into than i think he's has just helping trump do what he would be doing anyway more and more in grumpy washington correspondent at usa today thirteen minutes now after the hour on this weekend hello i'd like to depositors to checking fate is a fickleness tonight the future is uncertain okay and what my account balance the horizon is cloudy icl long treacherous voyage yield with great peril look i just got the past flipper something a fortune.

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"mr monti" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

Optimal Finance Daily

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"mr monti" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

"This is optimal finance daily episode four ninety six why bitcoin is stupid part one by mr money mustache of mr money mustache dot com and i'm dan your host happy monday to all of you out there in podcast land welcomed optimal finance daily where i read to you for some of the best personal finance blogs anywhere and today's post comes from mr monti mustache now if you have no idea what bitcoin and cryptocurrencies are you get a pretty good feel for it in this episode on the other hand if you put money into cryptocurrencies try not to take the title of today's post too hard it's probably more for the shock factor than anything and it's always good to hear different perspectives on this kind of stuff don't forget that i'm not one writing this article either so if you wanna yell at someone you're welcome to visit this article right on mmm site and add to the five hundred or so comments that are already on it now today's post is a bit longer than a typical one here so all read the first half today and then finish up for you tomorrow with that let's hear part one as we optimize your life why bitcoin is stupid part one by mr money mustache of mr money mustache dot com well i've been watching the situation for a few years and assuming it would just blow over so we wouldn't have to talk about it here in this place where we're supposed to be busy improving our lives but a collective insanity has sprouted around the new field of cryptocurrencies causing a totally irrational worldwide gold rush its reach the point where a big percentage of stories in the financial news and questions and mr money mustaches email inbox or about whether or not we should all invest in bitcoin what will start with the answer no you should not invest in bitcoin the reason is that it's not an investment just like gold tulip bulbs bini babies 1999 dotcoms without any hope of a product plan preconstruction pricing toronto condominiums you have no intent to occupy or rent out and rare baseball cards are not investments these are all things that people have bought in the past and driven to completely irrational prices not because they did anything useful or produced any money and value to society but solely because they thought they would be able to sell them to some.

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"mr monti" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"mr monti" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"And so those those early dream seemed to be coming to fruition now uh mushroomed just picking a whole something done yana said there are about about the issues around security an a mr monti is seen as an enthusiast or a an admira of the way israel uh approaches security obsolete e or at least the way indians think israel approaches its security i think for many indians particularly rightwing indians and many mody acolytes they see themselves as having been a soft states which means they feel they were under attack from pakistani base terrorism for many years and they they never struck back until of course lost september in the socalled surgical strikes when moody conducted a very limited crossborder operation but i think from that point of view they see israel going back many decades hunting down its adversaries across the region across europe conducting assassinations killing hamas leaders conducting air strikes and they think to themselves why can't we be like that and of course part of the answer is that pakistan is a nucleararmed state in some of israel's neighbors and not an part of the other on series it israel's intelligence owes his of considerably more sophisticated than those of india but of course there is always been this israel envy and i think that's partly to do with the of the sort of the concept of an assertive state hunting down to enemies and his partly to do with the technology of surveillance of assassination that israel possesses in india would like to have who is the who who is the strong apartment hair because israel obviously has that sort of expertise and security that india be very keen to get hold of that the mr floatie appeal to israeli defence companies to invest more in the country but but then again india is a country who for whom almost every other nation in the world wants to boost its presence that wants to have a stronger trading relationship with a adding india's a stronger policy here not only its enormous.

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"mr monti" Discussed on WVON 1690 AM

WVON 1690 AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"mr monti" Discussed on WVON 1690 AM

"Nine one sixteen ninety and we will now move only hear something from uh some of the people incidentally we still have missed uh uh libya kamanzi mr monti in in the studio with us so he represented in africa and america because he's easing united states citizen they have just as much right to speak for ya for a united states is in about is here in citizen all right they are you're on their own they're good afternoon to you and your guest negga it also won a uh give treated because no one is speaking to the african gentlemen there i have friends who had nigeria and they have three or four degrees they speak to route eight or nine languages and i want the kind of uh you know lead this comet to uh the call up pam who always calls african is most african societies are a uh patriarch society the women make sure that the men off strong so they could lead so because a africa does not reach out the oprah winfrey or the other sister that they call it's because basically advocate men deal with their own kind just like the chinese just by the latin and that my rake the oh speaking through your gifts they're thinking the africa you are talking about more nigeria nigeria that particular nigeria i think as the nsa difficult is comprised of many many 55 african conditions of course an agenda has its own culture but think of nigerian is is that has a very rich culture.

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"mr monti" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"mr monti" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"The thing that helped there was because i was reading your site constantly on solid personal finance blogs the people that i was associated with in my head are the people that i was reading the voices in my head ross egg hey here's here's how to do this here's here's the correct way to do it and didn't feel so odd you know when i'm making a change like beginning to bike to work when it's constantly reinforced by what i'm reading for example on your platform that can be a huge boost its you really have to kind of released for a few minutes or or otherwise absorb information on about this process for a few minutes a day so doesn't just seem so unusual to your began to seem normal and the correct waited go about things which i think we all believe it is so so you of a forum on your blog right where people can talk and ask questions and and cat that's true yet separate section go down forum now mr monti must apps at home okay runs on different server but it's still part of the mostachi in online world and yeah it's pretty neat i don't even use it very much myself but i'm really happy that people do it's just a place where early millions of people is let forty thousand registered users and that millions of people read what these registered users are conversing in anybody can join of course have free and they just ask each other questions about more detailed stuff than when i might have covered on the blog luck the cost of his 401 k flat yes details what would you do in this situation are they disturb around something is like a dating sub page on there he said as like whatever financial independence seeking outdoors the smart people would like to talk about that's what happens on the form you know i think it's really important to how conversations with other people like if the case it difficult to find people like this in real life you're the frugal free hear that.

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"mr monti" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"mr monti" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

"The thing that helped there was because i was reading your site constantly on solid personal finance blogs the people that i was associated with in my head are the people that i was reading the voices in my head ross egg hey here's here's how to do this here's here's the correct way to do it and didn't feel so odd you know when i'm making a change like beginning to bike to work when it's constantly reinforced by what i'm reading for example on your platform that can be a huge boost its you really have to kind of released for a few minutes or or otherwise absorb information on about this process for a few minutes a day so doesn't just seem so unusual to your began to seem normal and the correct waited go about things which i think we all believe it is so so you of a forum on your blog right where people can talk and ask questions and and cat that's true yet separate section go down forum now mr monti must apps at home okay runs on different server but it's still part of the mostachi in online world and yeah it's pretty neat i don't even use it very much myself but i'm really happy that people do it's just a place where early millions of people is let forty thousand registered users and that millions of people read what these registered users are conversing in anybody can join of course have free and they just ask each other questions about more detailed stuff than when i might have covered on the blog luck the cost of his 401 k flat yes details what would you do in this situation are they disturb around something is like a dating sub page on there he said as like whatever financial independence seeking outdoors the smart people would like to talk about that's what happens on the form you know i think it's really important to how conversations with other people like if the case it difficult to find people like this in real life you're the frugal free hear that.

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"mr monti" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"mr monti" Discussed on KKAT

"Internet so there's some back maybe because of that i don't know i'm not sure a did we'd bernie that that the plurality of a republican voters are also for net neutrality amini on a i mean that maybe some of these talking heads of some of these bone of pol gesture right although you and yet that this is good odors like cut like me enough guns for example majority though the majority the great majority of of of apopka the percentages but it's really high i just don't see the point of doing it y thank all i'd always it's perfect now we get everything we want we get it like that yeah so leslie we've got a lot of really what it comes down to if you like the in in it the way it is being really support net neutrality there if you if you think you should be paying you know paper play then you don't like net neutrality well ethic think majority was kinda like the internet the week just way this legal i see a confusing issue we broken right down here just leave it alone essentially all sorry i'm still as confused as about six minutes of mental click is leave it alone had actually just say that as he'd have to pay more for what you get now for not if somebody convince me otherwise a ops i'm with just leave it alone even though it has been repealed yesterday it was repealed as of yesterday which it's that's it in the area horta i think right i got other is that he goes to the courts to make sure that can get past all day will then so we have some hope but the fcc is the one that made the ruling yesterday congress can if they choose they can they can vote to say no this is not have right than anywhere this portion of the i am mr monti program is brought to you by cars for kids cars for kids donate your car today for more information log onto court cars for kids dot org cars for kids also.

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"mr monti" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

Optimal Finance Daily

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"mr monti" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

"This is optimal finance daily episode four seventy predictably irrational part two by mr monti mustache of mr money mustache dot com and i'm your host and narrator dan happy friday to all of you out there in podcasts land two days post is a continuation from yesterday's as a regular listeners will know we often cut up these longer pieces into two day segment so the first half was read yesterday and i'll be finishing this post up today so if you're new here i'd recommend listening to yesterday's episode first that would be episode four sixty nine but if you're all caught up a way we go let's hear part two as we continue optimizing your life predictably irrational part two by mr money mustache of mr money mustache dot com market norms verses social norms most of us know that it is socially inappropriate to ask our friends to cough up money when we invite them over for dinner or to offer money to a romantic partner in exchange for but it is normal to pay for a meal at a restaurant and the world's oldest profession continues to thrive this is the core of the distinction between market and social norms as it turns out humans obey different rules when operating in a business environment than they do when they perceive they are among friends and family we are more generous when we are reading from the social norms playbook and we enjoy our lives more when doing it this is why countries and cultures with stronger family and friendship bonds tend to be happier than the cold and impersonal marketdriven ones even if their incomes are lower you can use this to your advantage by bringing social exchanges back into your life you can live more happily and build a safety net to protect you from the sharpest edges of the market system i saw a nice example of this about a year ago when a close friend stopped by and saved my house.

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"mr monti" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"mr monti" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Stocks a dime don off one percent on stock six hundred the is a decided risk aversion in the markets as north korea tested a hydrogen bomb is understood to be hydrogen bomb over the weekend on saturday night the reactions are hard and fast as of the united states considers all options on the table his defense secretary uses even stronger language in regards to that the possibility of escalating the situation and we have the former us energy secretary urging collaboration with china mr monti i spoke to bloomberg engine of it is that the risk of nuclear arms use are the highest since the cuban crisis stocks are low in london done twotenths of them present seventy four twenty zetra docks swab thousand and eightyfour done half of one percent money is going into us treasury bonds the cash market is closed the futures market is opened 155 nineteen thirty seconds that's up thirteen thirty seconds on the christmas contract the december expirations you are seeing a rise in terms of treasury bond prices the dollar's softer donte tenths of one percent river dollar index is down a tenth of one percent at fifty one point five nine dollaryen trades at one or nine fifty four that is the dollar up that sorry that as the yen heart and the dollar dimes who are seeing this ride into the haven positions gold is also at nine tenths of one percent thirty thirty seven point two six and zhang borrowed aboard forty seven thirty six up in eighth at one percent but she markets says get sandra get off she's that everything oscar and all the server good morning manet's northern ireland secretary james burkinshaw china's meeting party leaders in belfast today now lastditch effort to restore the stormont government the country faces direct rule from west men sent they health and education is said to be in crisis after civil servants have been running northern ireland for the last six months cambodian authorities have arrested the leader of the main opposition party accusing him of conspiring with the us to topple the government crp lead a kem sokha denies the allegations and says the charges are politically motivated the arrest shocking the escalates political tensions in cambodia amid concerns over whether next year's elections will be free or fair and nafta talks resume in mexico city latest day the us and canada want better wages and conditions from mexican wack his glenn roughly a quarter of their counterparts in.

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"mr monti" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

Optimal Finance Daily

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"mr monti" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

"This is optimal finance daily episode three 83 gaming the system with rewards credit cards part two by mr monti mustache of mr money mustache dot com antibody i'm dan your host and this is where i read to you from some of the best blogs on personal finance we do it day each monday through friday entities post is a continuation from yesterday but before we get to that big thanks to health iq for sponsoring this episode health iq uses science and data to secure special rates on life insurance for healthconscious people you can learn more and get a free quote at health iq dot com slash finance that's health iq dot com slash finance and as i mentioned this is a continuation from yesterday so if you're new here you'll probably want to hear yesterday's episode first so you're caught up that's episode three 82 and with add let's continue the post as we optimize your life sms gaming the system with rewards credit cards part to by mr money mustache of mr monti mustache dot com the card came within a week with an eight thousand dollar credit line not the biggest account in the world but still plenty of spending room from my little construction business there was the usual sticker on the front telling me to call to activate your new card when i called the automated system asked me to enter the last four digits of my card so i did i was expecting the system to finish off by asking for my zip code and then letting me go but instead the voice announced please hold on we are transferring you to one of our business specialists oh i didn't ask for business specialist is there a problem you don't need a human involved to activate a credit card unless there's a glitch in your account or some fishy sales pitch coming up.

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"mr monti" Discussed on Voices In America

Voices In America

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"mr monti" Discussed on Voices In America

"And i always think about the people that pick the organic fruits and vegetables in always bugs me that they can't afford to buy the fruits and vegetables that their picky that's a problem that's why it's important to tell these stories because i want it i want people to know that while you're eating organic kale salad or what have you the people that busted there but and hurt their backs inhabit short career because like they have a short career in that line of work because our bodies give out those people can't afford to buy with their picky i'm reminded when i was a chief assefa cruised mr monti that with a bunch of europe toby workers in brcko during of a labor strike from central valley and we asked what would what would they like if they could if they could have anything in their working conditions more money of better living facilities will debate and does this young fellow maybes maybe seventeen said what if he could have anything it would be the opportunity to get water from someplace other than the urugay shen ditch now you're gatien ditches news swamp of insecticide waste and that would make his life better is just if he could have the chance don't even say that wanted clean water he just wanted to save the chance the latest wet that i spoke there and we were talking about how fighting means that sometimes you win and sometimes you lose we're talking in and somebody astor what is one of your best accomplishments she said that we passed a law where where farm workers cobb bathrooms that's what of her greatest accomplishments.

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"mr monti" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

Optimal Finance Daily

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"mr monti" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

"This is optimal finance daily episode three thirtyfive mr money mustache versus tim ferris part to by mr money mustache of mr money mustache dot com and i'm your host and narrator dan i am here each monday through friday bringing to you content from some of the best personal finance blogs on the planet ended his all free to you like a big audio book entities post is actually a part two of a post from mr money mustache i read the first half yesterday because it's a bit longer than the typical article that i narrate here on the show so if you are new here or may be a jumping around from episode episode i would definitely recommend listening to yesterday's episode i that is episode three thirty four but if you've already heard it perfect were good to go and let's hear part two of this post as we optimize your life sms mr money mustache versus tim ferris part to by mr monti mustache of mr money mustache dot com that's all exciting advice although you'll find it in many business and selfhelp books it means more to me coming from a very young entrepreneur than would mean to hear the same thing from a crusty old fortune500 ceo but eventually the book is off into a new direction outsourcing your entire life tim ferris describes his experience with hiring indian subcontractors as virtual assistance people to book his meetings and travel do as online research for him even organiz social events and help his business with special projects the idea is that for under ten dollars per hour you can hire really clever people to do a good chunk of your work for you see you can do your even more important work.

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"mr monti" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

Optimal Finance Daily

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"mr monti" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

"This is optimal finance daily episode 334 mr money mustache verses tim ferris part one by mr money mustache of mr money mustache dot com and i am dan your host in narrator bringing you some of the best blogs on personal finance in audio form and if you've got any topic requests for us please come and share them an old podcast dot com and i want to start by giving a big thankyou to health iq for sponsoring this episode if you want to save money on life insurance this is a great way to do it health iq is using science and data to secure special rates on life insurance for healthconscious people you can learn more and get a free quote at health i cue dot com slash finance that's health iq dot com slash finance and really quick today's post is a bit on the long sights on breaking it up into two episodes were you i'll have the first half today and the rest for your friday so let's get right to part one and start optimizing your life sms mr money mustache verses tim ferris part one by mr monti mustache of mr money mustache dot com who is this tim ferris guy if you find yourself asking a question then congratulations you get five extra mustache points for not tuning into us mainstream media for the last several years in fact i myself was blissfully unaware of his existence until i started this blog last year and noticed everyone either worshipping or criticizing him he's an interesting man indeed because despite being a bit younger than me he has already started a few cash sprang companies popularized the lifestyle design movement published to best selling selfhelp books and met many of the world's famous people not to mention winning various competitions in unusual disciplines like tango and chinese kickboxing.

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