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"myong" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"Yeah what do you got for martin's evening what what do you got for us. So with eleven is gonna my birthday. Okay oh shit. You're born on nine eleven so your life has been tough Good birthdays that y. Yeah it's a twenty twenty year anniversary in rica. it's tough. How old are you if you don't mind me asking henry k twenty four hour shifts. You're for forty years old when you're a baby there you don't even remember how bad it was not that it really is even like eighteen. You don't who knows you mark. I was in third grade. I don't remember exact. Well i can do the math. I was seven. I was much older than him. It was it was I'm still not much older age faster. But okay okay. You're birthdays in three days. What are you gonna do. I don't like birthdays. I feel birthdays are low vibrational. You know you always like have some sort of expectation and never meet it. But i imagine it's that you have kind of a sad birthday like are people more Willing to go out and do something or less willing because it's kind sad being mexican-american with as a matter they'll be less groping mexican culture. You know not really an immense cans. I guess about nine eleven. i don't really know about it. They're really care about it but nonetheless you know it'll be throwing a party getting the family together the cocoa rea que. So you're about to do. The trauma has not affected mexican community. I i'm glad to hear that. Thank god that shows you how strong the mexican community nothing on break in the twin towers coming down. It's not that big. A deal is still going to have a kitchen year. There's still going to. You're not sure they know they can build a better. They're like oh well let us build a new one. It'll be bigger taller and we'll build a faster so that's why they're kind of like it. Hey look now you're gonna let our people have a little taste of it and we're gonna benefit so maybe it was a good for the mexican communicate community. I mean am i am. I might be out on a limb. With that ak but you know you tell me if i'm wrong you're right and also now the distinct this thing up in my head just the last weekend. Let's begin this past saturday. Myong-chol came came by stopped to drink some beers and he was telling me and my dad the is his wife told the schoolteacher sold that as a son a as a son has a son is like four or result. And i'll mob. He's like six years old and he's like in like in second graders at third grade and the teachers. They say that he needs medicine. Because he's over. Like over angry hyper. He's hyperactive taper. Hyperactive as they they need. He needs to take medicine just just because he's hyperactive and he's a he's a he's a he's a man he's a boy he's like seven what are you. What are you day. Everybody was like the but that's what they wanna do. They wanna get kids on antidepressants. They want to get them on like adderall because if they get them hooked on like methamphetamines later on in life that's easy to transition into cocaine. It's easy like it's so easy to get into drugs. If you've been taking drugs as a child i learn about dosing you. You get into that culture sadly and so that a lot of that is manipulation by society. Putting kids on amphetamine salts. When they're being hyper doesn't make any sense at all like me. We just told them like. Are you stupid. like don't be stupid. Be ignorant like we were all a you know you know you were saying yes they will. They put me on now. My parents put me on on ritalin. When i was like ten or eleven years old and it just i had to take it. So they didn't let make mckee take it but yeah they tried it. The doctor recommended it and put me on it and it made me feel like shit so i started for a lot of people. I know girls now that i went to school with. That are still on adderall. That we're on atarot. We were kids growing up. You know that are my age. So it's like a of the indoctrination. We were talking about his school. You get him on pills you get them on. Whatever the hell out of the early enough age you got them for life. Anything else enrica. Also that be the man. Thank you for calling in rica. living vida loca. That's ricky martin but I don't know why. I brought that up but say enrica. We loved it. We love the mexican community for all their hard work for them. Not being afraid of the twin towers and for their work in building the one world trade center in manhattan So thank you for for being part of such a great community of people. This week is over the month. Dissolve these mother thought that they could stop us. It's over for those consultants to it friday. It's a beautiful sight and your hearing. Chinese people yelling action. But it's tuesday tuesday. Speaking of chinese lady yelled at me for now wearing a basque. At when. I pick my pad thai today. So it's kinda nice. He said that and the thing is i was actually putting on my to massoud. Just didn't she just you know she didn't want me. She didn't give me enough time charlatan. Riquet that was a great call. I definitely didn't mean to make light note of that. I thought that joey diaz was gonna be more encouraging because the clips titled unstoppable but now now wasn't very uplifting. It's actually kind of annoying to me. And my i mean what am i. What are we gonna do. Okay torch. Listen listen this is all i can say is. It's primetime ninety. Nine alex sign. It's marched us for my family. Thinks i'm crazy podcast. You can find us at all media united. You can find us basically anywhere if you look as long as you're not some bozo that's you know has some sort of like You know technology impediment. You'll be able to find us. It's that easy so mark. What do you want to tell the people before we go. Well i will say huma man for having me on this was fond. Thank you listeners viewers and all that jazz come check out the podcast and everything i talked about tonight. The history stuff. The metaphysics conspiracies. We get into it on my show too so join me over there. My family thinks i'm crazy. Find it anywhere. You can listen to podcasts. And you can find the conspiracy gasol all over. Wanna say we love the cdc always follow your cdc guidelines always follow whatever anthony she says because listen fao chino's and you don't and i wanna say thank you mark for coming on. We got a lot more content to create together and You know you're on as love what some annoying sound bite that i'm gonna freak out about. Uh so guys this remember. Its subway sandwiches. 'kansas we subsidize free subway sandwiches. Imagine in every city you can go get a free subway sandwich. Paid for by the united states government. That loves you. That was the man. That's a government that i can get behind. And that's what that's going to be my plan. It's going to be subsidized subway. Subway sandwiches across america. If you wanna foot long primetime nines going to give it to you. Basically so. I love y'all..
"myong" Discussed on Hey B*tch!
"Yeah opposite and then like my foot was so swollen it had no curves was a straight. You didn't you head straight kangol through. Why was straight from her knees or a cab with her knee. Toews like someone drew you all right. So let's hop into this list here so the first one says women p with a pressure hose. Oh good it sounds like she's boring boring holter boring a hole. The girls p loud. Fuck you got some guys do much gravity toy. It's like rural and we're like six myong-chol my my cousin. Cousin walk by the bathroom because he was like. I need to use bathroom. And then i was like wait the repeal quick. He's like you sound like a fucking super soaker when. Up like really deep bush. No it's just how i p push a little. You're going yes. Up you're pushing your pushing it out. You're not just like letting it fall. You're pushing a little down. I know you don't just sit down. And also i don't think i've really thought about it. Go pee again. You use your pelvic florida p. This is great. I know you do nikki's off cameras down so okay you look at your lady rolled. Shriveled little dog chihuahua. You're like an eight zero forty five year old. Why is your battalion. So oh i know is torn up. Get back on that. But this p. thing though so i never really realized but when we're talking about it kind unlocked a memory with my ex like he used to live with his mom and so like whenever we would go over to his house like i kinda like have to sneak into his his house and so his parents didn't know that i was there and so when i had to go pee like after sex and stuff because i'm like i'm not trying to. Uta he would actually like try to turn on the faucet because he was like yeah gross p differently like they're gonna know it's a girl peeing. I'm like hon. Like they're all sitting there listening to the peace in the middle of the night like your parents are not because it was like the parents roman in the bathroom. No got fast dot method. There's this means i saw recently. It said women ping sounds like chicken. Frying and i feel like it does sound like oil pumping oil chicken frying. It sounds like a girl p. It sounds like something's going on for sure like it. Sounds like really powerful. I don't because whenever i like here like casey p. for example he he's really strong too and it's like it's also like the the water noises like plopping. Yeah plopping coming from other away so it sounds pretty loud too. Yeah.
"myong" Discussed on The Cave Pod
"Freddie's music freddie listen to radio critic it's so as issue was grittiest fondly. That kind of hot. Since we're led. I kind of so onto rub off on like okay. I listened to these guys. Mix in directly competes with him sort of yes so at this point i knew aged and i knew boo boo now. Not view will be the subaru. I should call government billy supreme. We wear an ict to get under. We started learning of. So there's this guy called. Jeff is you see we style off. Jeff jeff hardy mixon every field. He would like show stove like trashorras. Dj dj's like and then abused like take together you live from. I want to see. I want to learn how to digital so i took an bill to booboo are from there so he was now be and boo and boo-boo will just teach us carriers to these gigs boo boo boo. Put us on road. He taught us to sell tickets. How to promote like literally the game and then we eventually hod job involving guilford dow's where egypt was business editor so me on boo hope on trade. Went to fort edgy. your city. our citizens are wherever this puzzle and then egypt midst boo boo. And he's like no way because he has been listening to time. Actually he was literally in lake when you see this woman more. 'cause like danielle still now then danielle. They're saying you just me that used to listen to the kept on sensing level elect these guys new yet thing you get for for people that are not. We like mixing at love like. There's nothing that's makes me happier than hearing smooth on sweets transitions. And we'd like one of the goods for athy. Booboo via super meets. Mom is of that. tend to I really when it comes to the commissioner. These time i really Still not i still releasing him on kenya's For me works. Where was was boo boo via so for me like missing missing boob. We elec to meet adequacy. be australia. Athletic gets even ask you. Is this guy like probably area that is cool or more like thinking of hugged each me a few things because you know what then listen to boost mixing him via adds to the mix and the transitions i hear. I tried to release them like he had to mix at pick up my dick's not the same song. I just tried to melissa transgender last week. Like you'll do it and we like the other days so for me. Boo boo leg was just just the game. Change now like this hot then. What happens after the semi. Well how i think. After i think dandy relationship is like so now we will news aged day news me and this bill assumed that so we just go in at that time. I didn't believe so. We just go on our own beans and just moving on on. I think at the point eagles but tonight. So he's he's ninety. Yuki for a bit. And then along that period i kind of have my fists. My first gig in midland in birmingham beside books. Me for triple x. are good down. stomaching connecting birmingham myong-su like the of the time truth nightclub ej. I became guys. We here he will see me. He's like so much love when he sees me and then long period is issue came back. And i'm like brew you can save..
"myong" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"Grow Texas news coverage by donating to your local public radio station today. 33 minutes past the hour. Texas Standard Time. Enjoy the S in for David Brown A meant the surgeon anti Asian attacks during the pandemic. There's also been conversations in Texas and across the US about the lack of Asian American history in classrooms as key Ari's Elizabeth Myong reports, educators in Texas and learning, experts say the reasons behind that absence are complicated. They include state curriculum standards, textbooks and politics. More than a quarter of the students at Plano West Senior High School identify his Asian. Still, I need to try to preserve a recent graduate entire American didn't feel represented in the classroom. I feel like Asian American history isn't really taught too much. And like social studies classes cheaper, sir, didn't recall teachers or textbooks. Mentioning a single Asian American historical figure, and it's like not really incorporated into the curriculum. That curriculum is based on state standards, the Texas essential knowledge and skills or ticks. State exams are also based on the ticks. William Gross says educators face pressure to teach to those tests. So if the state of Texas doesn't say this is important material for you to learn it's hard for us to fit it into the curriculum. Gross is a first year high school teacher in Austin. He says state standards don't include any named Asian American historical figures and outline just two related major topics. The Chinese exclusion Act in Japanese internment. Given those limitations, he tries to provide students with more historical context, according to takes, the Chinese exclusion Act was all about jobs, but with that you can also talk about the lynchings that were happening of Chinese Americans and Asian Americans all up and down California. Textbooks are another major part of the equation. Texas State University history Professor Frank de la Teja is a former state historian and I served as an adviser on middle and high school history books. He calls changing textbooks and evolutionary process. It's a great big balancing act. Publishers proceed cautiously trying to appeal to parents, teachers and state boards. And so what That means is that history of inches forward in terms of our understanding what should be included what should be stressed. Take the teacher's edition of a Texas approved McGraw Hill book, United States History Since 18 77. It's more than 800 pages look up Asian Americans in the index and just one pages listed. That page has two sentences about the ethnic group. The Texas Education Agency, which oversees public education, declined to comment to K R a on the record about curriculum or textbook standards for Asian American history. Frank de la Teja says politics play a role to It isn't just educators who determine what the standards are. We have elected officials who do that, and there's there's always horse trading in politics. Most big decisions are made by the elected state Board of Education. It includes nine Republicans and six Democrats in recent years. It's drawn nationwide attention for its standards on evolution and for considering a Mexican American studies textbook deemed racist. Kerry reached out to several board members for this story, but they didn't respond to requests for comment. In recent years, The board has approved classes on Mexican American and African American studies. An Asian American history course hasn't been established. But the board has listed Asian Americans as a group that could be included in the States Ethnic studies courses. Former Austin elementary school teacher Mohe. Meta doesn't think that's enough. It's not one thing that like Hey, okay, as long as we have Asian American studies curriculum that's going to solve all the problems a social studies curriculum reviews scheduled for the next school year could be an opportunity for change Originally set for 2023. S P O. We accelerated the process after students petition for an anti racist curriculum. Beyond that medicines incorporating more Asian American history in Texas schools. It's about acknowledging students community It should be because we envision a world in which defining American doesn't look one certain way. In which we acknowledge the contributions of all people in building this this society curriculum changes are gaining traction in some states and made the Illinois Senate passed legislation that will require Asian American history to be taught in public schools. If signed into law, Illinois would be the first state to adopt those requirements. After recent acts of violence against Asian Americans, experts say it's more important than ever that states, including Texas incorporate.
Social Networks And AI Complexed Systems
"Hey friends welcome. To data skeptic social networks the podcast. It's all about nodes edges. Networks graph algorithms and the dynamics of the mathematics describe humans interconnectedness today on the show i speak with my aunt casual about knowledge graphs both in theory and in practice his experience conducting research on systems like twitter and writing a textbook on the subject. I am myong kijima. And i am a research. Professor at university offside than california and also researcher at the information sciences institute which is affiliated with the university of southern. Gotta find out. What areas does your research cover. That's a great question i would see. It's eight full within applied artificial intelligence but more recently i have also started. Working law on computational. Social science. Especially in addison of twitter and Gallup the from covid nineteen and so on all of these strong elevated. What i do you know what i would say it. Seventy five percent up ninety. I five percent computational methods for miss chinese complexes
First North Korea national ever extradited to U.S., Mun Chol Myong faces money laundering charges
"Extradited a North Korean spy to the U. S, which could increase tensions with the North 55 year old man was caught in a third country and detained He's been there since May of 2019. Oh, my Post two years. He appeared in federal court in the district on Monday. Facing federal charges of money laundering to benefit the North Korean government, Munch told Myung is alleged to have defrauded US banks and violated both US and United Nations. Sanctions is a part of money laundering schemes that brought in more than $1.5 million. North Korea has not responded to this arrest. But given the nature of it, it's not expected to take this news. Well, JJ Green w T O P
First North Korea national ever extradited to U.S., Mun Chol Myong faces money laundering charges
"Developing story coming up at the top of the hour. For the first time in history, the U. S. Has arrested and extradited and North Korean spied the U. S. It could increase tensions with that country. 55 year old man was caught in a third country and detained he's been there since May of 2019 almost two years. He appeared in federal court in the district on Monday. Facing federal charges of money laundering to benefit the North Korean government, Munch hold Young is alleged to have defrauded US banks and violated both US and United Nations sanctions is apart. Of money laundering schemes that brought in more than $1.5 million. North Korea has not responded to this arrest. But given the nature of it,
"myong" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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"myong" Discussed on JROD POD
"If that's what everyone thinks when online friends you know what i mean. at least. That's what i i. But no dude. I totally get it. I mean if i can especially if it has you know if it's like trade of business related or whatnot. Is that what it is. Yeah we're sitting music video so health dominant meet him. I'm so happy because if you you're about to say that like you just met him me meeting with him. I was gonna feel so weird. Yeah you would have been like a dish you're welcome. I got your bags for all but you are shooting the music video so rushing music video. We're actually shooting to music videos. Hopefully dan that's going to be sick and like one for each channel and then i'm going to santa rosa beach with my family and my cousins are coming down for all. It's just gonna be me my cousins and my mom. My uncle and We this like forced horry frigging place in lake myong-chol mom just bought out and they took it down. Luckily there's some real shit. Yeah we're so they both. They both were just like so sickly being home for kobe. You know we gotta go on this vacation you know. And it's a family tradition hours to go down to florida and so we're doing it. Only half the families go on this year though because of covid gonna research mavericks gonna freaking like ham by the oil. You know there's like we have like a heated pool. Their does like a roof on the place in order to shoot another music video. Their damn bro begins some shit done to you down there. Yeah 'cause you know. Like i got actually second. 'cause i got the song called margarita. Bro and spacious mice close. The song cops are moving around so much. I've i've been. I've been moved around to if he was going to do something in my hand. So we had the same margarita. The that i am working on. It's pretty much dominates can be delayed the next probably single that release and I'm not sure the music video for it down there and it's going to be sick that'll be type of vibe is is it what it sounds like Yeah it's like dan. yeah yeah very spring break. It's about how you have. You ever thought about. Like pit bull. Yeah like like what is he. Whatever music is that it's part but like isn't it like does is that all he does. Does he have like a fan base. Like no one's like i did. I'm going to pit bulls pit bulls and anomaly man up about that he. I saw a thing You know how the show on like mtv advice or whatever like people like rappers history so the showed one of him and he used to sell like drugs or whatever in miami classic of course he did. Yeah yeah you're on drugs yet. He added up. Believe it or not yet dreadlocks or see the dreadlock pigtail very pit bull lisk asked but yeah man i mean yeah for christmas. I'm not really doing anything you know. Have fun. I will have on for you buddy. Thanks dude i appreciate it. Yeah philly pit bull is like basically you said he probably just the type of dude is like he how to like worker system. You know what i i. He's made these frigging these records that just go crazy somehow. Yeah i mean. I so i know that he he's like..
"myong" Discussed on NOT YOUR ORDINARY PODCAST
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"myong" Discussed on Swarfcast
"F. C. A. S. T.. I'm honored to be with my Jahnke. Patel director of mayank brass fit in Jamnagar India. Welcome to the show, Myong. Thanks. No, it's a pleasure to be here. Yeah I it's. It's really good to catch up with you. I met my Jahnke. Was it two years ago. Something like that. We sold my young a boo fully Hand Bufalino rotary transfer machine. For those of you who are not familiar. I. Don't know if it's a rotary transfer machine, maybe it's just like a trenin transfer machine, but huge machine can make parts by the millions and you are the only company in India using these machines correct right now, there's one more company that is using this machine is just it's a brand new machine just installed in. December. Of last year. Okay. But for a while, you were the only one using this machine, my understanding from talking to you the other manufacturers in. India. It's like polar opposite. They're using single spindle. CNC's that costs twenty thousand dollars, equivalent So you two of these, Elise. How. Much did the new ruefully, you bought before you bought the one from us. How much did that cost? that. Was About eight hundred thousand. Euros. Right. Back. When you bought it was probably I know one point two, million dollars. One point, three, million dollars. Yeah. Yeah. Wow, incredible machine. So now today we're GonNa talk about India, what it's like to run a machining company in India..
"myong" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Biz talk radio app. Available in Iowa, Android, and blackberry is talk radio. Welcome to consider this program. I'm Joe Clark. I'm Ken Dilger. And we are honored and tickled to have you along so Ken. We're on myths today. Right. So we've talked about the myth that my taxes will be lower. When I retire, okay, we've talked about the myth that it makes no difference when you take social security. This one is. It's in the will boy here we go. So people will show up in our office with stacks of paper and statements, and 4._0._1._K's, and IRA's and brokerage accounts, and we begin to have this conversation in many times. In fact, most of the times, you're dealing with more than a million dollars and assets. When when people come in not all of our families have more than a million dollars, but a lot of them do and we sit down and have these conversations and I'm going to try to explain it from my own childhood perspective. So I have an uncle that lives east of Muncie. And I'm not sure you do this, and the rest of the world. But when you live out in the farm on east of Muncie, and. In your father passes away. Many times people will move mom into the house. East of Muncie. Many times they move them into a mobile home next to the house. Okay. And it just happened my whole time I was growing up. So grandpa died. And there's my in my brother or my uncle my father, the time, and grandma granny, she liked to be called had told me that if something happened to her that dad, and myong-chol were to split what they had, which was now all tied up into this mobile home. I mean I don't come from a family with a lot of money, right? And. So I'm walking through the house and mobile homes have titles, not deeds like houses, correct. So I see the title in it had had had her name and had my uncle's name. And I looked I looked granny, and I said granny you told me that if something happened to you. You wanted half of it to go to dad, and half of it to go to my uncle and she goes. Yeah. I said, well, that's not what's going to happen with this. And she goes, Joey through the last living person allowed to call me that Joey. It's in the will, and you have no idea how difficult it is at twenty one years old, to explain to your grandmother, something that she has believed to be true, her entire life, right? That she's wrong. I mean I'm twenty one years old. I'm whippersnapper just asked her. She would have told you, right? Okay. So I actually wrote a will back in nineteen eighty eight that gave my dad the cubs, my mom the Eiffel tower. And my brother, the bears right before we had the colts, and I would show it to people when, when this question would come up, and he would hear the craziest things what I'm saying, Joe, you're going to jail. No, I'm dead. And besides that I can't give away something that I don't own. Right. I can say I'm going to give away the colts how exciting. In my case it was the bears. But I don't own it. I can't give it away wrecked, and so what you need to understand folks when it says that it's in the will only the things that make it to the will are covered. So if barb and I owned a house, we do, and it was in our name, it, most of your home's we'll say your name and your spouse's name. Right. And its own Indiana by what's called joint by rights of entirety. Most people say it's joint with rights survivorship. Your dome Assad mean properties, a little bit different but it's own operating law. So if something happens to me, I can put in my will that Kim gets half the house. But my house never made it to the will because the house is owned joint with rights, -vivor ship. Now, you may decide that okay? I've got a car. The car is in my name, only right? I didn't I didn't wanna fool around with barb having to take her back down to the dealership. So I bought a car that was just in my name temporarily. And if something happened to me today, because barbs name's not on it. It indeed, go to my will right now in my case, I have it's called a pour over will. That's peo-. You are not peo- are it's a pour over will simply says anything I forgot to put my trust police to right. So the car hoping that it's not enough to have to we worrying about probate would be put into the end of the trust. And the trust would tell my trust my successor. Trustees what to do with the car, right? But it's important understand the house would never get there. So the majority of people listening to this show, your largest asset today is either is or will be the amount of money. That's in your 4._0._1._K and your IRA's. Right. It's just that is the largest balk of money that most people have at least in central Indiana. I've, I've been to see a guy in LA and I'm not sure I'm not exactly sure how it how you can live in a house that cost a million eight that is smaller than some of our driveways. So some people live in a different world. But for most of us here in the midwest, you're largest asset is going to be your 4._0._1._K kin your 4._0._1._K has been fishery correct? Right. So the beneficiary says, where that money goes, right? So in the state of in, in the United States Department of labor says your beneficiary has to be your spouse and your spouse can sign off and change that not before the wedding mind, you, but after the wedding, the spouse can sign off on that, but it's been officiating designation very similar to me owning the house under operation of law. Right. Very similar to that situation. The beneficiary. Agreement tells that money where to go right? It doesn't matter. What's in the will? So I can say all I want inside of the will that I want my IRA to go to Ken. Right. But my IRA is never going to get to. The will I can have a trust. But if I don't have stuff in the trust. That's what's called a funding. Right. When you put when you retitled stuff into the name of your trust. It doesn't matter what it says. Right. It's, it's the operation of law comes first, the beneficiary, designations, joint with rights, -vivor ship. And so all here people every now and then on the radio. Yes like you, I'm a listener to or podcast. I will hear people say everything needs to go to the trust. Well, I apologize but that's not accurate. We get carried away. Right. Your 4._0._1._K your IRA's, you wanna have a named benefit, Sherry, what we call it designated beneficiary. And when people say Joe why in the world flight Dallas to go. Learn about taxes for two and a half days of your life, and I do that twice a year. So I just got back from a from a trip with three hundred and thirty other people where we spent time talking about designated beneficiaries who qualifies who doesn't because people believe IRA's or simple. And, and they're not simple folks are very, very complex. They just appear simple on the outside, and we'll have people who come in who have lots of money, and a legal firm has told them that they can leave their IRA to trust. Now, if it's technically set up correctly inside of your grand tour. Trust which is what most of you get. You'll hear them use the word intervals or revoke -able living trust. It's, it's typically grant or trust the trust that Barbara have where I put a house Senate. And those kind of things that is that's called a grand tour trust. And there are attorneys who will tell you that inside of that trust. I can have a place for my IRA to go and bottom line is if it's set up correctly, that is, according to my council that is legally accurate. The problem is somebody hold onto your money, the custodian. So in our case TD Ameritrade could be fidelity could be Schwab. But somebody's got your money, and the custodian has to agree that, that trust works, or you could lose your entire tax deferral on your IRA, and your 4._0._1._K over a five year period of time. It's very, very, very sad in it happens. That's why we go to these meetings to sit down and talk about them to one agree. It's kind of like sharing horror stories. But we learned things that other people have. Done so you don't make those mistakes. Eight hundred nine hundred eight four zero zero one. We'll take a break. Be right back. Joanie Michael here Jos van hosting financial radio programs for over twenty years, and during his seven years Purdue Joe developed a five critical elements. You see their five areas. We all go through that can impact, and even real or retirement planning, your life after work.
"myong" Discussed on WTVN
"Kind of spooky. I I would say that they're affirming, I don't know as much as fun occasionally. You'll have somebody who will kinda like have a little bit of fun. Actually, I had a story like that that there was I thought was like a wink from a late uncle I've been on a paranormal cruise with Mike Hanks, good guy. Great and the great Rosemary, Ellen guy Lee. And anyway, they had a casino there. And we were doing our presentations for the day at sea. I went out through the casino to get some coffee because I had a sore throat in. There was this crane machine there with money in it. None of the guys was attending was point. Anyway, the thing was is that I thought immediately my late uncle who doesn't twenty thirteen who loved playing those machines and drugstores and things he'd spend ten bucks to win a little ninety nine cent doll. So anyway, had an intense thought of him Samana. Machine for money. No less all of a sudden a woman walks next to this guy point this machine. He she goes, John, John, guess what? My late uncles. Name was. John. It was John. And what I think that was was like a wink from the universe. Myong-chol was saying, hey, you were just thinking about me. And how you wish that I was there. I am there. And hello. And I think that sort of thing happens all the time that people Jim Herald's website is his name jim- herald H A R L, D dot com. And he also has Jim heralds campfire podcast the paranormal podcast, and you're also doing Jim heralds crime scene. Tell me about that. Interview different people about true crime. We've had quite a few Pulitzer prize winners on it. And we just talked to these experts about these crimes, and you know, I struggled with that topic. Because I thought is this being sensationalistic in capitalizing on the sadness of these people. But. It is a good thing. Because what it does is it it gives the cautionary tale. Maybe somebody doesn't do something. That's potentially risky. Maybe somebody turns on an extra light. You know? Maybe somebody calls a friend told them where they're going or, you know, maybe maybe just a little bit more careful. Maybe maybe the whole time. I've been doing this podcast which has been for several years. Maybe it's helped one person and one person didn't go to a certain you never know. So I, and I personally the cases I'm most interested in are the historic cases, the unsolved cases. Of course, we have things like, Jack, the ripper and Lynn burger, Lindbergh baby kidnapped sports, but one that is in Cleveland, the torso, murders and view, people know this. That's my hometown. Cleveland Ness was in Cleveland after his time in Chicago. And this was one case he could not crack he cannot find torso murderer murderer who murdered. I don't know. Like, maybe ten people would cut off their heads. And they've usually been be found these downtrodden areas of town and things not actually I grew up in kind of a rough place in town in not too far. They would mention the different streets and things and I knew the streets. I find those those cases absolutely fascinating. Stories Jim that has ever crossed your way. Well, there was one few years ago with the law enforcement officer, and he got a report of a naked man running around acting for lack of a better word zombie and he was acting like feral, and he was looked like he was going to jump off of a bridge and him and his partner got this guy and subdued into the guy. I too graphic. But relieved himself right there. It was really disgusting. But anyway. It was very strange because this guy kinda grunted he didn't speak or anything, and they couldn't figure out what was going on with him. So anyway on another law enforcement state patrol pulls up. This is a local officer. I'm talking about. And usually he knows all the state patrol who were on duty. Right. But this guy he doesn't recognize, but as Purvis report takes down his badge number and the usually they're real collegial. They get along real. Well. But enough case now the gun kinda nasty, we'll take it from here. And then an ambulance pulls up to to take this guy way and the same way this officer rates down the number of the the ambulance. So anyway, he goes back, and he's talking to his fellow cops. And he says, you know, what's weird? Is that you know, I don't recognize patrolman the state state patrol and usually know them all and they looked up his badge number, and he talked to the dispatchers and everything no such badge. Number exists. Wait. Better. Yeah. They ran the number on that that didn't exist. Either. Does that sound like a men in black scenario or what does? We get all kinds of strange stories. Don't we? Yeah. Yeah. And the thing is I'm sure you could feel this way to once. You think you've heard it all you hear one more that those for a loop. I got one less Friday from a woman who called us about a little kid who had apparently been murdered in a house in her child was communicating with this little kid who had been killed and bringing the little girl who was talking to the kid culture. Lisa and didn't know who she was obviously. But you would keep telling her mother Lisa said this Lisa says this finally she hired someone who did an investigation, and they found out little girl named Lisa had been killed in that house. Well, now little girl is not going to know that until unless a spirit tells her who she is. And that's what having it happens. I believe it. I fully believe these things happen. They're not. People's imagination. And I I mean, it just verifies would I kinda believe before? But just makes my belief in all of this much much more. When you hear it from so many people from so many different walks of life. Jim we're gonna take calls with you. Okay. Sounds great. Thank Jim herald with a serum coast to coast, and we will take calls with you. As we talk about spooky things. Go away. Doing the coast.
"myong" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Thirteen first and foremost is important that we all understand the respect women in respect everyone's rights in this obviously with vice president Biden, he's a very emotional person. I witnessed that myself during the marathon, he's a very emotional person. Republican governor Charlie Baker says no matter what side of the aisle, you're on. Public officials have to be mindful of not invading anyone's personal space for anybody. The whole question about personal space is an important one has been part of the public discussion for the past few years. And that discussion in the long run is a good thing. Kim tunnicliffe. WBZ? Boston's News Radio Biden's potential rivals in two thousand twenty. Should he run are weighing in Elizabeth Warren says she believes Lucy Florez, well, Amy klobuchar Bernie Sanders, say they have reason to doubt the story, but they all say and stopped short of saying that this incident is disqualifying for a White House run and say it's up to Biden to make his own decision. Unemotional emotional court appearance today for an Uber driver charged with rape WBZ's Carl Stevens tells us the defendant broke down inside Boston municipal court. The overdrive dot myong-ja was sobbing by the end of this arraignment. He was ordered held on one hundred thousand dollars Bill charged with two counts of rape, the alleged victim, a passenger the prosecutor pointed out to the judge that there's an ice detainers on my show who's a citizen of Uganda. Hi Bill is not only based on the allegations here. But also in the fact that if the defendant should post the lower cash bail without the ability to prosecute NC Justice for the victim. The defense had a very different version of what happened over the weekend saying there was no rape in the alleged victim was drunk on it mind from outside. Boston municipal court Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's News Radio coming up more issues at the US Mexico border. Thirty three traffic.
"myong" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Sixty one degrees now in Boston. It's mostly cloudy. The high sixty two today temperature falling later in the afternoon to the forty s good morning. I'm art Cohen. And here's what's happening. Four people stabbed overnight at a bar in Boston's financial district. WBZ's? Karyn regal reports. His let on the sidewalk outside society on high at ninety nine high street on the grand plaza across the street to at the high rise, but the crew and a has met suit scrubbing away four people were stabbed here. One initially in critical condition, but that person has been upgraded now. Three people were treated by Boston EMS here at the scene with one going to the hospital by themselves. Police are investigating in Boston. Karyn regal WBZ. Boston's newsradio. Maneuver driver is under arrest charged with raping a passenger on Storrow drive early yesterday morning. WBZ TV's Jim Smith has details. Police say they have arrested the driver in charge him with two counts of rape, Thirty-seven-year-old myong-ja of wealth and was being held on twenty five thousand dollars bail cases. Like this have rideshare customers thinking about security the Hoover app does have an important share your trip safety feature where customers friends and family. Can track a trip other apps like best rides offer? Similar features are your friends and family when you ride begins. They know when it's expected to end in their alerted. When you've arrived safely. Uber has released. A statement saying what's been reported is horrible and something no one should ever go through. We stand ready to support law enforcement with their investigation as for state police day,.
"myong" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Unlimited access to rent the runways catalogue of apparel and accessories. Hyman says the companies catering to the younger generations desire for a variety of looks at a lower cost industry really hasn't caught up with the idea that the value said is completely different. And people have been demonstrating this with their pocketbooks. It's why Amazon and kind of purveyors of cheaper cost. Clothing has been on fire for the last ten years. I'm Nathan Hager, Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's newsradio. Five thirty nine on WBZ. Massachusetts state police say an Uber driver from Waltham has been arrested on rape charges. Police receiving a reported about one fifteen this morning from a woman who said she'd been sexually assaulted by an Uber driver on store. Oh, Dr you're the hatch. Shell Thirty-seven-year-old doubt. A myong-ja is charged with two counts of rape. He's being held on twenty five thousand dollars bail due to appear in Boston municipal court on Monday. The victim taken to the hospital for treatment. Gaza. Officials now put the protests death toll at four three seventeen year old boy shot and killed a twenty one year old Palestinian also dead in the violence earlier today. Protests have drawn tens of thousands to the Gaza Strip marking the first anniversary of weekly protests HAMAs rulers of launched against a crippling Israeli-Egyptian blockade the ministry says sixty four protesters were wounded by live fire..
"myong" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Because remember if somebody hit it should be going the other way. So the officials go to the monitor. Updating the Xavier Villanova game. The Wildcats Ray able to tie it in the final nineteen seconds of regulation and the two teams are now tied at sixty in overtime at Madison Square Garden, boy they are fighting for their basketball tournament lives. They win this. They advanced get a chance to get that automatic qualifier. If they don't it's going to be hard to get an at large bid with fifteen losses. They will get some at large consideration. If they beat Villanova tonight. I think they would at least move up to the. Teams that are out hoping to get is. But. Obviously the goal is to win two more and earned the automatic bid in the big east. It can make a play in game in Dayton go over there and do what they do. That'd be awesome. Speaking of awesome. This game right now is is quite the spectacle. I mean, you find were SMU really have momentum early on. And then you see comes down and Justin hits one right at the buzzer to take two point lead into halftime. And then Cincinnati goes up by nine and then SMU closes it and brings it back down to one. And all of a sudden, you see them put the ball in the hands of Jaren. Changed the call Cincinnati the ball. So Isaiah Mike as we initially thought just flat out lost the ball out of bounds as he was going up to Doug. So the Bearcats will have the ball with sixty one seconds left in regulation and a seventy six to sixty eight bearcat lead, not only your your research king, Dan, but your eyes are pretty good with the help of these glasses. Jaren Cumberland will throw it in against a full court press. Justin, Jennifer breaking toward the ball. So his cane broom Cumberland throws it in for broom races into the front court and gets fouled from behind by is as a Mike. That'll be two foul shots came broom. It's a double bonus for the cats at fifty eight seconds left in regulation and an eight point lead. It's easy to call foul or chain broom as he's dribbling the ball because what you hit him his hair starts bobbing left. And right. Two foul shots coming for the southbound from east Hartford, Connecticut. His first foul shot a perfect slash four points in the game for Kane and the bearcat lead his nine. Thanks to a seven zero run over the last one twenty four second foul shot. Good Cincinnati up by ten fifty eight point four seconds left office defense up. Cain goes out. Fredericks comes back and look for a lot of pointing and talking. Jimmy, wet racing into the front court for SMU. He'll go one on one against Keith. Williams puts up a top two point shot hits the left side of the rim. Spins to the right and falls through twenty two points on eleven two point baskets. Jimmy wit has him you immediately calls a time out with fifty seconds to go. You see that? He goes, right? Normally, he's not gonna shoot going. Right. So what does he do? He pivots three can turn back around on that right shoulder is shoot that fade away. And he didn't get the soft roles. Jimmy with the nephew of an Olympian. His uncle Paul Drayton one track gold medal in the Tokyo Olympics back in nineteen sixty four for the sake of comparison. Myong-chol Maury was a bookie in his hairdressing shot. True story. Maury Papa up. Got a cousin Guido you got some questionable characters. Most of my family was Swedish. But my aunt Sharon. My mother's sister, married, an Italian gentleman, great guy, Maury pattern, eighty four STA. Fortunately, but true story. He ran a beauty salon and.
"myong" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs
"I'm like, I I wanna choose dentistry because I want to really be out by twenty six twenty seven start actually seeing the real world and not be surrounded by libraries in books. And that's what I wanted to choose dentistry because of that like having that openness end the freedom of having that business entrepreneurship the the influence that you could make for the patients with the people your neighborhood. So he was just very very great, a profession which always wanted to do and nobody actually my family dentist everybody or my brother sister, both the doctors, but Muhdad passed away when we were all little so I just went. Back pretty much more than what you probably wanted to know. But my dad passed that the age of forty six because of heart attack. And. Yep. On my mom was thirty six years old at the time. So she pretty much raised us me, my older by the older sister was two years old at that time the youngest of three then correct? So I was to my dad. My brother was twelve on. My sister was ten in Tehran. Iran. Pretty much was born end end. The after that, it was my mom raising us to wear removed to Marika immigrated in nineteen ninety nine to Franklin Tennessee and railways ten eleven twelve years old on pretty much the middle school in with kept going back and forth and finally stayed and haven't been back actually since two thousand four she's funny. But it it's been a it's been a journey for shore. Why Franklin myong-chol who supported us or sponsored us out of all the places in the world. America's. Was in Franklin Thomas funny, because I was Theron is always putting much born and raised and until was ten eleven and I was very Tehran populations about sixteen fifteen million people. End in coming from that to Tennessee. And then Franklin that Tom had about twenty thousand people Franklin was kind of just a sprouting at that point. Right. They veggie very cool place. It's developed into a very cool suburb of Nashville, I'd if you want Honey it was number one county in America for a while Williamson county, which that's pretty much most of the celebrities in musicians are residential and they're staying there. But no that's pretty much been. And then I travel a lot. But when here to school to UT, and then a graduated where my aunt on it need to go with her to fix her dentures because she had just recently purchased benchers in Nashville, and I go on Friday. I graduated graduated on Friday on Monday. I still didn't have. A job. I was I was thinking of moving to the west coast and going to California and get a job Vegas, maybe Oregon and anyways long story short..
"myong" Discussed on Straight Up Parenting
"The chew having the team mom or dad, and then there by making the bed and gold and only getting off the hook themselves. That's interesting. So you do have conversations about topics that you disagree in front of the totally the time. This is not a mom and dad conversation. So is it is it a parenting issue is a general genetic, maybe, you know, politics or religion or something which is not connected to them. When you can we either it could It could be. be like you're saying there's such limited time, right? We get a thousand words of day. Cliffnote, you know, the top three. Abbreviated version Regan. Yes. Sending him emails status. Time daily Email. Yes. Fifteen bullet point. Yeah. Your response here because we can't talk that much not enough time. Yeah. If there is a time it'll be random topics. I remember the greatest of what Harvey brought to us. I don't agree about everything whether to evacuate have such signing of cells at Sony couples road because. That was one of them was mean, what about you guys? My husband was actually out of town. And if he never leaves us so to this day, so he gets so upset when he thinks about it. He takes a once a year trip with his medical buddies, and he was seven Chicago my hometown. And you know at that time when he flew out like on Tuesday or something the storm was not looking as bad, and it literally overnight chain. And so he sat at the airport. He was at his friend's place like less than twelve hours, and then he sat at the airport for two or three days. And then we made a decision myong-chol of mica lives in Dallas. And he's like if you don't drive here now with the girls, he's like, I will come get you, and he's crazy in he'll do it. And I know what he's older I didn't want him to go through that. Right. So I it was a really scary decision. Shaalan did not agree with me. He did not want me the girls to make that drive. I'm sorry. I had GI with me. Eva was with my parents did taken her to a wedding. So because I had my eleven year old. It was I don't. All right your decision. So that's probably one of the biggest. I mean, he still gets annoyed about it. When when he bring anyone brings it up you can discuss in advance a lot of yariel yet. How you? On decide something like Hari, not in your in your dreams, have you discussed or you know, how your spouse is gonna react. I told the state yet don't read the directive rise state, a dry do not leave because we will not come get you on the riot the coastal people need to lead dry Otley if you live in Houston. Yeah. After the fact like what you will you should you should have gone..
"myong" Discussed on KFC Radio
"Like, I've recognized the problem, and I still can't fix it way. Will wait. It's not every single time and concern. Yeah. It's very often. And I really don't like there's a reason it's been this long been brought it up. It's it's concerning to me. Give me like how many times you've done this is it like to or is it like five or it's like twenty. Oh, it's over that. It's like fifty sixty. It'd be going for months. Your wife is you're on your phone, right? You're taking the piss on. You're lost in a tweet or something like that. And just let you little P hanging. That was an interesting article myong-chol uncle me about over Christmas. He's just like using a hundred thought we. Yeah. I know. But what? Which reason why would you know? Yeah. And he was telling me he was reading an article about how. Short term memory and gone and the and the phone generation. And he said, it's it it was basically an article written about you. Which is he's fucked. He's he's so screwed because everyone's the multitasking. Okay. I'm watching TV I'm doing this. But then if you if you ask that person, two hours later, would you just do I have no idea? They don't remember. They did doing their phone number. What they're watching on TV zip to fucking care is taking a pest on Twitter to fly. It's like it was a concerning. He was kind of concerns like you'll you should work. I came into the office today trend said, so what do you do without Twitter? And it's weird. It's like, I just instinctually opened up my phone, and I'm like, why can't do it? Can't do it like clothes back down because you can still scroll it and look at ship when you can't like throw punch back because that's what I gotta do these days. I'm like, what's the fucking point? So I just like sit there you can still scroll. I couldn't even though. I don't think. Oh, maybe I couldn't. I forget. Yeah. Yeah. No. Well, listen. So what I don't think. So what I think I think I think we're like football players in the eighties right now. We're like so white. But that's what I mean. Like, oh, they had a fucking. Good in their chest. I don't wanna do that. Yes. You know? I really di-. I always say that I don't wanna like ideal. That's another thing with social media where it's just like that's what I said. My this is my New Year's resolution is to get healthy like mentally. Yeah. Social means. So fuck for that for everything just like like, not not just your your your memory and things like that. But also, just like your your general mental health because I do think it's so useful. How it's become a lifeline of sorts of people where people who had mental illness used to think that they are so unique and rare and are all like, we all got..