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Bob Dole urges nation to stay positive
"On this veterans day one vet who rose from the wounded soldier to presidential nominee is urging the nation to keep the faith ninety seven year old Bob Dole say sure America has its faults we're trying to get over those faults and bring everybody in this big family of ours dole was badly wounded during World War two before moving into a long career as a senator and was the GOP's nineteen ninety six White House nominee in a remote interview with the national Press Club he urged Americans to stay positive we're a great country because we have moral values and whatever other values keep us going and going Sager mag ani Washington
iPhone Users Who Experienced 'Batterygate' Can Now File to Receive Around $25 Settlement From Apple
"You've got caught in the Columbus Battery Gate Calamity. Get ready to grab a little dory me. A very little DOE ray me. And Gadget says there's a site setup that'll let victims of the slow ness apply for as much as twenty five dollars. If? You're not sure what we're talking about. This was the thing where apple slowed the performance of some iphones and didn't tell anybody they were doing that. Then it got caught doing that and said it was sorry. Launched a battery replacement program for affected phones and Gadget says. Apple agreed to pay up to five hundred million dollars to US consumers as part of a settlement that came out of its iphone Battery Gate Saga. That happened at the beginning of March of this year. which fun fact was ninety seven years ago? To qualify for a payment report says you must either currently have or previously owned an iphone, six iphone, six plus iphone six as iphone, six S, plus and or an iphone s e, the ran IOS tend to dot one or later before the twenty first of December twenty seventeen. Also included iphone seven and I phone seven plus models that ran IOS. Eleven thought two or later before. December twenty, first twenty seventeen. You must have also experienced. Diminished performance on your device. Settlement sites. FAQ Says Apple will provide a cash payment of approximately twenty five dollars per eligible device. If you want in on that stack, Lincoln's and gadget says you have until the sixth of October to submit a claim at that point, you can expect payment at some point after the fourth of December. That's when a judge will sign off on the settlement. Provided. There aren't any appeals.
Rocky Pendergast Catches COVID-19 While Partying With Celebs in Prank Call
"I'm happy to say. Corona virus hasn't slowed down rocky at all. In fact, like a lot of Americans, rocky doesn't give two shits about social distancing at all. He Yeah. He here he is. He's calling Kathy from his favorite club on our Lago. He tells her golden all these night. Meaning he surrounded exclusively by celebrities in their eighties and nineties. He tells her. They're spitting in the face of covid nineteen. Also listen carefully in this call for a cameo by a sped up. Jd. Har- Meyer as Fong the caterer. Right all right. So here we go. Sit Back, relax. Have some fun. But in the meantime. Let's see we have. On the air that would really love to talk to us. Hello, you're on the air with live. Pass A. Cats KEEPING THE GAS JOE. John. O. Voice very familiar. Well, honey i. m just ask, how are you? Most unfair. Didn't get together. Cooled and oldies nights. I'm here with a Bevy of living legends. FAMOUS TO JANNATI LIVING IT, up. Reading in the face of the dreaded Koby, nine. How. All of you feel about this pandemic. That's gone. I truly do not understand it. Take more than. Virus STOLPA obviously. Because I do love parties. Cafe if you only see the famous faces, why just in front of me? I see Larry King. Run Amazing at ninety seven years young. It's gone. Let you know Maria believe of legends. She is Betty, White York. Hi I'm betty white hello passing Regis Philbin. Am Fine. How are you less my so at age eighty eight ship, Desmond Tutu oh fantastic to be here. And no Awwa, Talk Assey and Lens Berry. Adron. Inspiring Coal Midst. Me Poitier Oh. Man Come on down it's. His right himself. Clock Oh. Pleasure to meet you my goodness. How are? The names Golden Alton Kathy. About enjoyed Hans lead calm. You're doing a what. They. All My. Cope. This Case. Oh What have you have you talking? Matica. Won't turn off the. All my goodness. All of a sudden. Looks like some of the. Others having trouble breathing. Sweden smashed all. Relate to. Door? Wide. Rocky We're talking to. Oh. Sorry. So. Sorry, sorry, sorry. Hello. Oh my i. hope he's okay. He really had a cough. All of you listeners please excuse that disturbance. I have no idea that interruptions I have no idea. But do you believe? In the power of prayer, Have faith. You're listening to live with Kathy. Avoid. in Asia and And encouragement. What a delivery
Lawsuit claims negligence in coronavirus-related death of resident at Bria of Geneva nursing home, Chicago
"And what's believed to be the first cobit nineteen death lawsuit against the Chicago area nursing home has been filed against bury up of Geneva one out of every four of its residents have died from it WGN's Tonya Francisco reports hello I'm I was a lonely woman Michael Cole well remembers his mother in law Helen Sucha as a gracious intelligent hard working woman who after raising two children went to work at the famous como en in Chicago as a bookkeeper and a waitress for thirty years she had a whole collection of customers who loved her about a year ago the family moved Helen to Brea of Geneva they last saw her in March just before the facility was locked down because of code nineteen will such a passed away April twenty six at ninety seven years old you all had no idea that help and was sick until you got a call saying she passed right the funeral on Davis Helen's death certificate and I'm that death certificate it says that she was ill for one week prior to her death and then it's it's less less a a covert covert as as the the cause cause of of her her death death absolutely absolutely incredibly incredibly outrageous outrageous attorney attorney Peter Peter flowers flowers has has filed filed a a wrongful wrongful death death lawsuit lawsuit in in Kane Kane county county circuit court accusing Brea of Geneva of not taking reasonable measures to ensure its employees and staff members complied with the Kobe nineteen preventative directives of the Illinois department of public health and the centers for disease control brio spokesperson has released a statement blaming the deaths in part on what breed of calls a lack of immediately accessible cobit testing the Associated Press now reporting on a study that suggests forty one percent of all Kobe deaths in the United States have been linked to nursing homes
What's in Lisa's Amazon Cart
"We're GONNA jump right in now and start because we have a lot of products and then we have that crazy interview so rather than take up the entire day for people by the way. I don't know what else to do where to jump in and start talking about products. I wanted to start by mentioning a beauty product that I think is very relevant right now because I keep hearing from everyone that they're Harris so grey and they don't know what to do and I always joke like if I don't get my hair color on a month that I Albert Einstein so it's like wishful thinking actually Bam Bam looks exactly like Albert Einstein. But she does not use this product. I do this is a product that I highly recommend to anyone that has any kind of routes that they had issues with. And it's something called. Wow or color while I just call it. Wow powder that's like my shorthand name for it and it looks like this like it almost looks like it would be like some kind of makeup like a plush or something and it comes in a little black case and it comes with a little brush and you could just touch up your roots and it really works so guys. I know you can't eat this but if you're out there and you're wondering why your hair's not looking as good as it did a month and a half ago this color. Wow is the answer to all of your needs honestly. You're wearing a hat today. Did you not put on your color while I did? Not if I took my hat off I would for writing you. We'll be putting my collar. Wow on later before I agree. My facebook live all right all right but now we'll get back to the food. So let's jump into the snack category because I don't know I find myself snacking throughout the day. More eating fewer like big meals and more snacky type things. I don't know if you guys are doing the same thing. I'm totally doing that. Mike is very snacky the other day he came into the Kitchen. And he's just like. I need carrots yesterday. At least see snacking healthy. Good for you. Did you put peanut butter on an even think about that. Wow what is wrong with me? You know what it is is. I think. Peanut butter a peanut butter as a as like dessert. And putting on carrots takes a desert out of it so I have Hamas that I got yesterday that I'm GonNa probably my carrots into. Yeah My love. Carrots in homeless But this one snack that I have to tell you it shocked me. But it wasn't until the corn that I really discovered it and I think it was because early on when I was still going to stores I went to this market that I loved And it had this there and then I realized that on Amazon and then it just changed my life. But Brad's I don't know if you know Brad's a lot of people out. There probably are familiar with breads. I if there is a Brad. He makes a lot of great crunchy kind of vegetable items. He makes chips and Dried fruit and he makes this stuff called. Brad's Crunchy Kale. And it comes in all these different flavors added. These are absolutely the best option if you like Kale and you don't want to make your own Kale chips but you still want them to be healthy. I think Brad's is basically the only option lease. It's the only option for me because serving only has eighty calories. There's two servings bags so even if you accidentally eat the whole bag which is exactly what I do. Eat the whole bag and I always do the math. Like if you get a bag of something. Don't you always the math to find out what's going to happen if you ate the whole bag? So smart That's what I do like. Everybody you guys probably do. 'cause you're hungry Earl Campbell? We do because you. I feel like Oh this is such a you know. There's so many food fakers out there when you go. And there's like three and a half servings and their one hundred ninety calories and fourteen grams of fat this is a real find. It really is and the flavors are amazing. My favorites are Nacho and cheese. It up and they're just like cheesy flavorful crunchy but not greasy and the bag is a good size to serving. So it's not like an eight serving bag where you're going to accidentally eat eight servings and then feel sick afterwards. One of those is up but I think the cheese might actually be Vegan. That sound right. Oh yes there's a big giant V on the bag that I'm holding now isn't that doesn't stand for very good at Stanford. Yes no wonder why Lord these are disappearing and now I know why are you know Lawrence been eating them highly recommend and they have by the way two to three smart points. Serving not bad. Have you tried the vampire killer? One is it's super hot or is it just kind of mild hot. You know. I never tried that one. I've only tried the cheese. It up the ranch. And the NACHO It must be sold out. I don't think you kill a vampire with heat. I think you kill vampire with garlic garlic. Yeah you wonder why. All the Vampires Mike's life are still alive. Okay next NAK. This is something that I have loved for a long time and actually out of the now and I have to order more Bader bean. Boom I like I just like to say that might have been better boom crunchy broad beans fava beans or broad beans. They come in hundred calorie bags in every flavor. Under the Sun there brought to us by our. Bff's at enlightened people who make the best ice cream on the planet these beans come in nine hundred million flavors exact and they just keep creating more flavors and I don't know how they keep doing it. But it's like flavors like sea salt. They're Saracho a barbecue. Ran to sweet onion and mustard. Which is my favorite Nacho cheese buffalo wing garlic and onion cocoa dusted and sweet cinnamon wildfires meadow. Good like I don't know how they make them so crispy crunchy like they're just unbelievable. I've turned so many people onto these snacks I know I always give them out at our events and people go nuts for them and they go nuts they're not not actually stats are way. Better than nuts But they go crazy because of how they satisfy whatever craving for whatever like potato chips type snack you would want and these are just better for you. They have five grams of fiber in each little. Tiny hundred dollar back and only two smart point right. Yeah and protein to write your. There's like seven grams of protein. Forgot about them. That's unbelievable and very satisfying. The kind of reminded me of Member like in Grade School. You'd get corn nuts in your bag of your lunch bag coordinates but one hundred times better than corn nuts. That's so funny that you say that because the next snack that I have is actually exactly what you're saying. So yes they are a little like nuts but if you really do like the real thing or not this next neck which is called love. Corn will like blow your head off of your body honestly. Oh No north. Imagine like you have corn nuts. They they almost like it. Feels like they're gonNA break your teeth. I don't care if you were like two six eleven or ninety seven years old. It feels like your teeth can't stand up to the core nuts but love corn. It's like the size of a regular corn kernel and the texture is. It's got that bite and that crunch but it doesn't threaten the enamel of your tooth you don't feel like your teeth are GonNa fall out of your face when you eat them. And they're so good again little bags ninety calorie bags and their little sweet and they come flavors like sea salt and there's like a chilly flavor that super spicy and then a smoked barbecue flavor that I love and you can get variety packs. I am not kidding. I have like forty eight of them in Mysore right
Time President Keith Grossman on Display Ad Revenue
"Up to the digital podcast. I'm Brian Marcy today. Joined by you've guessed a few times. Keith Crespin President of time Have been on here before your Bloomberg. You've now been at time since July. I want to get to the decision to go to time because I think it's really interesting because you were at engine very briefly and all of a sudden. I was shocked. I was like you're at time Explain making them. I'm sure this was like a unique opportunity but at the same time I'm really interested from a career perspective about you know. There's probably pressured like pass it up now. No actually it was interesting when I loved my time at Bloomberg. I was there for five years. Yeah and every year we were there. We grew double digits and in the final year week. We launched tick tock which now quick take You know timing. By the way David I just in You know launch to the New Economy Form. We had really successful year. We ended the up sixteen percent and for me like what I was. Struggling with personally was My entire career. I was very much in the revenue track and The advice I kept on getting was in order to one day ultimately become a president or CEO. I had to diversify myself. Move myself into a horizontal sort of role coo role and the opportunity to engine presented itself. And I thought that I was going to be there for two years or so And really begin to understand how to think about Bringing together thirteen disparate companies and and really sort of turning it into one cohesive unit and I was talking one day to A Greg set lock over at Spencer Stuart and this just goes to show how weird and serendipitous life can be at at. I asked him his advice on something and at the end of our conversation I was walking out and I turned around and I said to Him Greg. Thank you. That was really helpful advice. Like how can I ever return the favor? And he said to me. Do you know anyone who wants to be president of time and I said what are you talking about? And he said well you know mark and Lynn bought time back in November. And they're looking at how they want involve evolving and where they want to invest in it and They need more than just a cro and building up the team and They're they're just looking at the marketplace right. Now do me a favor. Send me the JD for it. I'll give you some people who I think might make sense. And that night. He sent it to me and I read it and I sort of was like Whoa. I've done everything here. Other than run consumer marketing and I went to bed and I woke up the next morning and I couldn't stop thinking about it and I wrote Greg a note and I said Greg if I wanted to throw my name into the game for this would you Allow me to sort of Be considered for the role. If not no worries I'll send you some other names. And he said let me speak to Edward Edward dealt with the CEO and Next thing you know Edward Said Let's meet on Friday. We had half an hour and the half an hour went two and a half hours and Edward at the end of the meeting. Said what are you doing a Monday and I said well? I'M GOING TO LONDON. And he said it's a shame if you're free Monday at heavy meet with mark. I said Benny off said yes. So I said we'll get meeting with Mark Benny off a Monday. And it was Friday at five thirty. I go I will I'll move my trip to London and so Edward takes out his phone any texts mark and gets back. He says Cheryl on Monday I think it was nine. Am and so. I changed my my trip around London Monday morning. I met with Mark coincidentally was the day that salesforce bought. Tableau so the nine meeting moved to twelve because he was on on the news and everything and three and a half tests. I is right. I mean that's not like a small deal no not not in the slightest right I was I was blown away. The then he's still kept the meeting but it was an amazing Do some multibillion dollar deal like before lunch and then and then you know I. I don't know how to respond to that regulate from from my end but I It's like how was your day. spent a few billion But but then You know he met with Lynn his wife. And you know everyone at time and and You know the Family Office. Because we are privately owned entity any offs and So what attract? But what attracted you to the opportunity? Because I mean I think a lot of people would look time as a quote unquote legacy publication. Obviously having A billionaire benefactor. Maybe we can talk about whether it's a benefactor or like an owner wanting to make like a real profit is an advantage but you know from the outside it would seem like a pretty challenged brand went through a several Tough years shirts changed hands. I think the answer to that is how I think I look. Industry is I look at the Industry. Ultimately is it's it's an amazing industry loved this industry. I think that more people should come into this industry as as people think it's a scary industry I remember we talked about one time. Doing like a confessions of an optimist. I love like these like distraught. Well it's all anonymous pessimists and I'm going to go on the record optimist and you know like Warren. Buffet has a great quote of you know. Be Fearful when others ingredient greedy when others are fearful and. I think that this is a great moment. Where if you have the support And you know the intent of time is to be a profitable business ended is moving in that direction and we are up in Q. One and we are. We're up in January. We'RE PROJECTING UP IN Q. One we are going to be. We're aiming to be profitable this year from a cash flow basis but And that's our intent is to run a responsible business but If you look at my career I went to wired and I started at wired the week after it was about to be closed for the DOT COM bubble. That was my first job. As a sales associate I worked on the launches I work on turnarounds and I work on saves right so like like I like the idea of If the business is ultimately debate called Meets Investment Advisor. The time brand is one of those incredible brands. Incredible Ninety seven year history it actually has great foundational elements of it. But it's gone through say ten years of neglect Through mismanagement through transitions of owners. And now that it has dedicated focused resources. I think that we're in a really strong position to Evolve the time brand to really capture the attention of of the next generation of consumers and from my perspective as I kept on looking at the deck and assessing this opportunity would I really saw was the challenges at the end of the day was evolution of Time magazine to Time. Right because everyone. We'll call it. Time magazine and you have to sort of evolve to the time brand and then is it relevant to the next generation of consumers. Yeah right and when you look at the second part I and you look at all of the hard work that Well that's critical right to the strategy. Because I mean you can milk legacy brands. That means something to a certain demographic I mean like good housekeeping is a fantastic. It's a good business That doesn't mean it. It's gotTA challenge so. Let me ask you a question. Who Do you think reads? Time magazine from Demographic Perspective the magazine itself Give me the most general demographics. You could possibly imagine my mom really seeing. It's an older female. Yeah okay so I either get older female older male right If you look at time on its social feeds right on twitter. We have sixteen and a half million followers on instagram. Eight and a half million followers on facebook twelve and a half million followers linked in two million magazine hold on. I'm going to second the demographic of that sixty one percent under the age of thirty five Fifty two percent female and thirty three percent non Caucasian. And so what you find is is that you have this entire aspect of the time brand not the magazine that reaches a completely different demographic that is showing the value to the next generation. The issue has been that none of those areas have been productized. None of them has been marketed as time. The brand is always been sort of presented as Time magazine. And so when you think about it you don't want to discount the magazines value. The magazines values tremendous the reason that we have such huge footprint socially is because of the history of ninety seven years that we have is the magazine but The brand has evolved to a new generation to mean something totally different. But I guess how do you square both sides right because when I think of of time the end from the outside Lake I think of two halves there was like these sort of d day commemoration issue half and ensure that is like outrageously profitable Which is obviously for a different generation. And then there's a kind of like I like time went into that sort of viral content sort of thing where like ton of facebook friendly fair and and Social content that gets gets big numbers and a lot of people. Got Those kind of big numbers but mostly on differentiated. Kind of stuff that You know it just. It's it's feeding the Internet beast. Now I think that that's a fair assessment of the marketing industry of the media industry. I don't necessarily agree that that's where we've gone with time on social but I think that what's happened if I can sort of step back for a second is is if you look at sort of the industry at large Historically a brand Served as the demand within the marketplace in the supply was the consumer right and that was when time was just a magazine. That's when everyone was just magazine prior to the Internet prior to the equity of connectivity of all of these devices when all of a sudden everyone is connected. I'm really interesting thing happens. Which is that. The supply becomes the brand right like time becomes a supply and demand becomes the consumers time right And that's the only thing that everyone is sort of focusing on is is like. How do you capture consumers time? Now what's interesting against that equation is is that when a brand is. The supply and supplies ultimately unlimited. Like your job is as you have to think about. Sort of. What's the value that you provide them? What's The utility you provide? But it doesn't mean that you have to do that. Holistically across everything in a In a synergistic way what it means is that you have to think about what is the experience that the consumer wants and then how do they actually perceive your brand so in a world of infinite choice? You think that's actually dream. But what actually happens? Is that the consumer with their timers paralyzed because they have like unlimited selection. And so we're the time brand actually presents a tremendous amount of power is in this red border now. The red border for some people manifest itself as a print magazine right and that's one way of experiencing sort of the red border for others just manifest itself as as online video right we produce four hundred digital videos a month For some people it is how we do our twitter handle and how we give will sort of information and news in that area. In some instances it's digitally in some instances like we will move into to the audio space. But I think that for us what we WANNA realize is that people don't have relationships with platforms anymore. They have relationships with how they want to experience the content and then secondarily Certain Demos are going to experience the contents completely differently. And it's an advantage to say. Well we know that the magazine reaches an older demographic and we know that time for kids is a younger demographic why wouldn't if we ever consumer is D- And productized time for kids in a manner that can be sort of a a toy for a child or a kit for child's surrounding education. Why wouldn't we promote it to the older demographic that's probably the parents or the
One of 3 USS Arizona survivors from Pearl Harbor attack dies
"So one of the remaining USS Arizona crew members who survived the attack on Pearl Harbor has died now Donald Stratton was a ninety seven year old veteran and author of the bestselling book all the gallant man he passed away at his home in Colorado springs Stratton was one of the survivors of the December nineteen forty one Japanese air attack on the U. S. naval base at Pearl Harbor on Oahu in Hawaii more than eleven hundred crew members died on the battleship Lou contouring can pots of the last living members of the Arizona
"ninety seven year" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Track in his limo but NASCAR season opener started on a damp note rain postponing the race for the first time since twenty twelve drivers will try again tomorrow afternoon Democrats meanwhile we're off to the races in Nevada to campaign before next weekend's caucuses people to judge telling supporters in Las Vegas I want to thank you for everything you were doing to help us show not just tell what a different kind of politics looks like what it's based on inclusion based on belonging and based on a better future rival Bernie Sanders leads the field according to a new poll in the Las Vegas review journal some of them also have the chance to make their case to the voters with another nationally televised debate set for Wednesday in Las Vegas as for the delegate numbers right now the judge is currently leading the Democrats in the delegate count with twenty two senator Bernie Sanders is right behind him with twenty one and senator Elizabeth Warren is in third with eight delegates fox's tiny J. powers residence in Jackson Mississippi bracing for the possibility of catastrophic flooding as the Pearl River continues to swell the water will continue to rise throughout today and continue to rise throughout Sunday evening governor Tate Reeves adding it will be days before the water starts to recede the National Weather Service expects the river to crest tomorrow at thirty seven and a half feet one of the remaining USS Arizona crew members who survived the attack on Pearl Harbor has died Donald Stratton passed away in his sleep yesterday at his Colorado springs home surrounded by family Stratton was ninety seven years old America is listening to fox news from the Florida central credit union home loans traffic center we have a big crash or for in Clearwater on US nineteen at the intersection with Evans road all southbound lanes are blocked impartial north from these are blocked due to the earlier accident take Belcher road to go around the incident no problem Sir poor however on two seventy five going northbound and southbound I. force checking in clear going eastbound and westbound the Courtney Campbell because with Howard Franklin bridge the Gandy bridge in the sky we bridges are up to speed Bradley Lopez news radio W. FLA after a warm weekend with highs in the lower eighties the warmth sticks around for the upcoming work week we're also going to keep a ten percent chance in for an isolated mainly in Lynn shower through presidents day tonight temperatures fall to near sixty five degrees presidents day afternoon we're going to.
"ninety seven year" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The ninety seven year old can get a thirty year mortgage Stephen back to you thanks bill as we continue our special show home ownership in the roaring twenties let's tackle one of the biggest questions facing every person who has a home loan if you can should you pay off your mortgage or is it better to keep it I mean some people sleep like a baby knowing that they own their house outright others they sleep like a baby knowing that instead of having that money tied up in their house it's invested or even in the bank so what's right for you if you have the means to go mortgage free let's ask an expert joining us now is Keith coming or vice president at H. S. H. dot com the nation's leading source of consumer mortgage and finance information Keith welcome to real estate today Steve it's good to be here we're delighted you're here so Keith we've all seen the clip back in the day of Archie bunker sitting in his living room burning his mortgage because it's all paid off so is that a smart move or is it better to keep one well the answer is simple Stieglitz yes and no I mean whether to pay off your mortgage or even just prepay it depends upon a range of things what your total debt NASA profile looks like for example it doesn't make any sense to pay off a four percent mortgage if you're carrying thousands of dollars in credit card debt of fifty percent it would necessarily be a good idea to sell assets and Kerr taxes in order to pay off what is likely your lowest cost and potentially tax deductible that interesting of course you know there's two ways to pay off your mortgage one is a big lump sum while the mortgages still cranking along the other is just month after month after month for thirty years and finally it's gone so what do you think about those two ways to pay it off well paying off your mortgage with cash and completely eliminating interest costs will definitely save the most money but strong case could be made for investing that cash and generating money and then use the money it makes to make additional mortgage payments on your home computer apple in millet save a hundred thousand dollars left on your mortgage four percent of your five years at you can either pay it off or put it in a CD in our two percent by two thousand dollars in interest a year in the first five years of your loan you've already spent twenty one thousand dollars in interest of the total seventy one thousand you're going to pay so paying it off today actually save you about fifty thousand dollars in interest.
"ninety seven year" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Even a ninety seven year old can get a thirty year mortgage even back to you thanks bill as we continue our special show home ownership in the roaring twenties let's tackle one of the biggest questions facing every person who has a home loan if you can should you pay off your mortgage or is it better to keep it I mean some people sleep like a baby knowing that they own their house outright others they sleep like a baby knowing that instead of having that money tied up in their house it's invested or even in the bank so what's right for you if you have the means to go mortgage free let's ask an expert joining us now is Keith coming or vice president at H. S. H. dot com the nation's leading source of consumer mortgage and finance information Keith welcome to real estate today Steve it's good to be here we're delighted you're here so Keith we've all seen the clip back in the day of Archie bunker sitting in his living room burning his mortgage because it's all paid off so is that a smart move or is it better to keep one well the answer is simple status yes and no I mean whether to pay off your mortgage or even just prepay it depends upon a range of things what your total debt NASA profile looks like for example but it doesn't make any sense to pay over four percent mortgage if you're carrying thousands of dollars in credit card debt of fifty percent it would necessarily be a good idea to sell assets and Kerr taxes in order to pay off what is likely your lowest cost and potentially tax deductible that interesting of course you know there's two ways to pay off your mortgage one is a big lump sum while the mortgage is still cranking along the other is just month after month after month for thirty years and finally it's gone so what do you think about those two ways to pay it off well paying off.
"ninety seven year" Discussed on KTOK
"News I'm rich Dennison the president trump today expressing optimism that Turkey will honor a temporary ceasefire in northern Syria despite reports of sniper and mortar attacks against U. S. allied Kurds in the region we have I just totally Turkey is also guarding separately there watching over everything Republican and democratic lawmakers are working on legislation to impose sanctions against Turkey for its attacks on Kurds president trump today announcing the replacement for energy secretary Rick Perry who said this week he's resigning his cabinet post the president tweeting that deputy secretary Denver gay will be the next head of the department of energy after bill Macy has died the best known for portraying bea Arthur's husband in the seventies TV series Maude he was ninety seven years old America is listening to fox news welcome does that poll USA attack of the drones addition drone uses creating more drone laws but how far will regulations go for the latest opinions direct from this app that here's Christina stop phone from military use search and rescue to getting your own amazing aerial videos drones have become a useful and popular thing to have but but the number is growing sort of the concerns one's a polar asked when it comes to drones which issue concerns you the most privacy issues or safety issues at sixty four percent both both say that privacy issues of the most concerning but a thirty six percent safety issues are also a legit worry today so with regard to these privacy concerns should it be legal for property owner to shoot down a drone flying over his land at an altitude of one hundred feet or lower according to the bowlers almost eighty percent say yeah why not if you're gonna video me in my backyard I just might think it's a clay pigeon twenty one percent say No Way shouldn't be legal to shoot him down and when it comes to safety falling drones could certainly cause significant damage to a person or even property should drone insurance be a legal requirement in the US fifty percent of those on is it bad to say yes insurance should be required for certain types of drones but still at forty two percent plenty of those polled say.
Nobel prize honors breakthroughs on lithium-ion batteries
"Two American scientists and one from Japan will share this year's Nobel Prize for chemistry the prize goes to John good enough of the university of Texas at Austin Stanley winning have a Binghamton university in New York and a cure Yoshino of Japan the scientists will share the prize for their work developing lithium ion batteries the ninety seven year old good enough is the oldest person to be awarded the Nobel Prize in any
Chemistry Nobel shared by 2 Americans and 1 Japanese researcher
"They change the way energy is stored help combat climate change by reducing reliance on fossil fuels and led to the creation of new cars and cell phones now three scientists have won the Nobel Prize in chemistry for developing lithium ion batteries they include ninety seven year old American John good now life is a journey I am very grateful for the invitation I have to come to the university of Oxford at the time that was a chemist the other scientists sharing the chemistry chemistry prize are British and
Nobel Prize for Chemistry awarded to 3 scientists 'for the development of lithium-ion batteries'
"Inskeep the Nobel Prize for chemistry goes to people whose work in chemistry charges much of our lives they worked on batteries lithium ion batteries in particular which power anything from phones to electric cars who have yet to stop second I mean how did all this new thought that's then ultra in Sweden the three scientists won the prize for creating our re chargeable world NPR's now greenfield voice is here to tell us all about the winners either now hello who the winners alright so there's three scientists including the oldest scientists to ever win a Nobel others to in the United States so John good enough from the university of Texas at Austin he's ninety seven years old meaning that I still have decades and decades to get my own Nobel there's still time go are still times there's Ms Stanley winning him from Binghamton university state university of New York and then there's also a cure your she know who's a researcher at a corporation in Japan and as you said they all want it for work that led to the development of lithium ion battery I'm these are so ubiquitous I just picked one up right because I picked up my cell phone here what's going on here what they developed so as the Nobel Prize committee put it they said unlike other batteries there based on chemical reactions that sort of break down the electrodes these batteries are based on lithium ions that flow back and forth and these three scientists solved a number of chemical challenges to make it so that lithium ions can travel in a controlled manner and the result is that you have this battery that is really light weight that makes it truly portable and re chargeable and I because if it was breaking down the chemical process like the other batteries you describe were if you could be charged it's dead at the end of all that your batteries used to be like sure I DO cells or whatever yeah people who who have not you know grown up with batteries real sort of take lithium ion batteries for granted but they weren't on the market until nineteen ninety one and so you know there are a lot of younger people who have never known a world without these batteries but the truth is they really revolutionize things I mean okay the occasionally burst into flame right we've all heard about that because lithium is highly reactive but they are so light and they hold their charge and you don't have to completely drain the battery before recharging it I mean it's just a great battery technology and it's also why my phone can be this small that fits in my pocket righted be much larger bulkier and with an older style exactly so you have them in mobile phones you have them and laptops there's medical applications like pacemakers and then also long distance electric cars again lithium ion batteries and you know the Nobel Prize committee clearly thought that the ability to store energy from renewable sources like sun and wind we're really affected by this technology and that's kind of interesting because you know it really got started in the nineteen seventies during the oil crisis when oil companies were trying to diversify their energy activities and so now you know many you know years later it's being thought of in a different kind of way interesting reminder of how science works too because he's a three different people sharing the prize but they're different people in different parts of the world right they were working together but they're working on the same problem yeah they kind of picked up problems each one made a little step forward and then the next person picked it up and took it the next way now thanks so much thank you that's an peers now greenfield voice with word the three scientists have won the Nobel Prize in chemistry for their work on lithium ion
Nobel Prize for Chemistry awarded to 3 scientists 'for the development of lithium-ion batteries'
"Inskeep the Nobel Prize for chemistry goes to people whose work in chemistry charges much of our lives they work on batteries lithium ion batteries in particular which power anything from phones to electric cars can stop second I mean how did all this new thought yes the announcement in Sweden the three scientists won the prize for creating our re chargeable world NPR's now greenfield voice is here to tell us all about the winners either now hello who the winners alright so there's three scientists including the oldest scientists to ever win a Nobel others to in the United States so John good enough from the university of Texas at Austin he's ninety seven years old meaning that I still have decades and decades to get my own Nobel there's still time go are still times there's M. Stanley winning him from Binghamton university state university of New York and then there's also a cure your she know who's a researcher at a corporation in Japan and as you said they all want it for work that led to the development of lithium ion battery I'm these are so ubiquitous I just picked one up right because I picked up my cell phone here but maybe people don't quite even understand the basic technology the charges everything what's going on here what they did what they developed so as the Nobel Prize committee put it they said unlike other batteries there based on chemical reactions that sort of break down the electrodes these batteries are based on lithium ions that flow back and forth and these three scientists solved a number of chemical challenges to make it so that lithium ions can travel in a controlled manner and the result is that you have this battery that is really light weight that makes it truly portable and re chargeable and I'll because if it was breaking down the chemical process like the other batteries you describe were if you could be charged it's dead at the end of all that your batteries used to be like sure I DO cells or whatever yeah people who if not you know grown up with batteries really sort of take lithium ion batteries for granted but they weren't on the market until nineteen ninety one and so you know there are a lot of younger people who have never known a world without these batteries but the truth is they really revolutionize things I mean okay the occasionally burst into flame right we've all heard about that because lithium is highly reactive but they are so late in the hold their charge and you don't have to completely drain the battery before recharging it I mean it's just a great battery technology and it's also why my phone can be this small that it fits in my pocket righted be much larger bulkier and with an older style exactly so you have them in mobile phones you have them and laptops there's medical applications like pacemakers and then also long distance electric cars again lithium ion batteries and you know the Nobel Prize committee clearly thought that the ability to store energy from renewable sources like sun and wind we're really affected by this technology and that's kind of interesting because you know it really got started in the nineteen seventies during the oil crisis
"ninety seven year" Discussed on KTRH
"The story about a ninety seven year old World War two veteran who refuses to quit working. like that scene in Shawshank redemption. Brooks is is bag in the groceries. the lady says. this. well it was just thriller Charlene force Shashank redemption really was a fantastic movie all right so I asked old people who were still work in the call in and and share their stories and you might have to make them because they won't. call down there just because I listened to show what it is no one wants to hear me ramble on. that's the one you got to make a call right that's when you got insist that call. he's. yes how old are you. forty seven million seventy four. and what do you do. other designer contractor. your own business or somebody else. commission base is a job the job for. we must make my life and that made it to a friend of mine that that work it now for about. eight years that he took a look he said what are you what time and that day but by. my wife. which never read before. the price of your voice. go to work and I've been working for the last year. having a good time spending his money Jeez I would tell you there is initiation C. bothers me and my wife will tell you that I in the station we use my time. seeking out efficiencies. and I should learn to let it go but when you look at our economy. so many people. thank you hear it here in political discussion so many people think in terms of a job. as sort of playing outside when you're a kid here go get a job that look good in this thing we want everybody should have a job give her body had trouble everybody has a job and let's just make sure everybody has a job get goes on to do a government job given paycheck. but that's not how it works right it inefficient. vibrant society. find ways to find ways to incorporate it's human capital it's intellectual capital and and its reserve of of ability. and and we use that in to this machine government can't do that it comes from individual decisions loads and loads of them. but I've always thought that so many people retire because they don't want to work a fifty or sixty hour week and then they go from from a hundred and fifty miles an hour just stopped and what would work better is if they do it part time. my dad's I guess it's his eye doctor for remember correctly no it's just it's just armor Todd just my dad's dermatologist works two and a half days a week lives in college station works in Beaumont drives in on Tuesday morning works through the end of Thursday gets up Friday and goes back to college station is an hour to live not doing this because I still get my three days three and a half days a week off the day in between I'm drive in and and returning phone calls he said and it works for me I don't want to work you know under the terms I used to I think we would do better it's all that's also true with women by the way we could put we can we can be more efficient if women can have babies and still.
"ninety seven year" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"This would be maybe I don't I think this needs to be explained but because you can you don't need a government bill for some you can turn off your cell all he has what are some of bin laden's US one one of his phone is dead DVD dead this is a new report coming from Washington examiner to thirty what thirty year old son of or some of the lines reportedly dead NBC news cited for US officials reported his death earlier today the officials would not confirm our where or if the US played any role the state department was offering pay out up to a million dollars for information leading to his whereabouts hands of bin laden was really the heir to the operations he was emerging al Qaeda leader when I was not because he's dead is gone now there you go the tally in town is what issue fines for blasphemy and cursing in public this said to the telegraph the town of a sound are a south not Sayonara Sayonara right third issue fines of up to four hundred forty five dollars to be able to break the law they say I signed our merit Wilder stuff and told the newspaper the telegraph just last week at les mis offensive and you cannot cause offense to any religion with respect the faithful it's address after he goes for all apparently anyway so don't be going of their cousin because they will they will totally fine yeah see here this is also have fun little story what is a non Nigerians I like some of his more than ninety year old ninety seven year old Belgian woman says she drinks everyday there and that she has twelve to twenty glasses of beer per day what she says that's what helped her stay healthy in her van stage is beer twelve to twenty glasses.
"ninety seven year" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"This cockamamie all this call that I don't think anyone says that except my ninety seven year old grandmother but yeah this cockamamie proposal by the NFL it's not a good disguise and I don't know the NFL players will fall for it but maybe there's a price maybe there are other things other confessions of the union wants so maybe they're more willing to consider I doubt it no I'm not putting any money on it myself but I doubt that this is going to be a proposal the players except eighteen games the regular season but they can only play sixteen piece I don't know who gets to decide that is the players or is it the coaches all my gosh can you imagine a guy standing on the sidelines viewing because they can't play the game it's extremely important as Brian says on Twitter can the NFL crafty dumber Steve so that is a reaction again on Twitter or on Facebook a lot of you already weighing in so what's your reaction to the NFL's latest eighteen game proposal to call the eighteen sixteen proposal eight five five two one two four two two seven at eight five five two one two four two two seven a Regis there after hours on CBS sports radio so over the weekend didn't have a whole lot for Russell Westbrook just a lot of reaction to Russ at James harden did make some comments about the trade that will pair him with Russell Westbrook and the first thing that jumped out at me was when he said once it became evident and I'm paraphrasing but this is what he said what the became evident that Ross was in a bad situation or that Russ was unhappy in his situation something like that which I am assuming it refers to the ball George figuration I can't imagine that Russell Westbrook was that happy before that since it seems like you got exactly what he wanted outside of the actual playoff wins but it James harden did comment about it over the weekend how excited they are to play together waiting to hear some formal comments from Russell Westbrook I assume at some point he will be a museum air quotations introduced by the V. I. Houston Rockets and then we'll see what the Oklahoma City thunder do with Chris Paul but that's a whole nother story and the Davis was finally introduced after the big trade that sent him from New Orleans to Los Angeles Lakers and die it feels like it's been forever because there's been so much player movement since then but of course he hasn't even played one game yet alongside lebron James I'll be the most difficult part for me was just not knowing you know done no he knows whether you know get traded or whether now go back to New Orleans home so I think I know which is the most difficult I can imagine that I mean I've been in that situation before obviously not with an NBA trade it but wondering if an offer would come from a particular company wondering if I would get the promotion or we go to somebody else wondering if my future might involve having to pick up and move I mean I get that now in the case of Anthony Davis there probably wasn't a whole lot of who was a whole lot of attention given to him staying in New Orleans I would say that from the moment the fees and ended the pelicans specially David Griffin as the general manager were absolutely trying to find a way that they could move forward and get the most out of Anthony Davis and and his his value on the trade market because remember they shut him down to the last year it was a disaster for his locker room as well as for the Lakers locker room though that's not his fault and and I don't think there was ever any way they were going to go into next season with him still on the roster even after they ended up with the number one draft pick in style Williamson but he says it was uncertainty in that I can certainly identify with but what about playing with lebron that like I cannot identify with on the floor pretty amazing no you see on on TV and your friend or your friend again you watch a lot and I never really had a chance to experience you know let alone Sino I'm trying to think if they've played USA basketball together I guess lebron is taken some of the last few times a few rotations off of USA basketball remember Davis played as far back as when he was in college early she was on the roster I have to research that it's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio he also said in his introductory press conference that he would put the Lakers roster up against any in the NBA how do you feel about that there are some people who would tell you in fact we asked you the question who has the more attractive roster is that the Lakers or is that the clippers to share the staples center and overwhelmingly I think it was two thirds of you said you thought the roster for the clippers was better far and away but he doesn't think so although I would be a little bit concerned if he said were not the best roster in LA or even in the NBA all right Philadelphia I've got to introduce al Horford the glue guy a guy that will now make that front court formidable alongside you well and beat it and that was one of the the first thing that Horford talked about when he got introduced by the Sixers everything he brings on.
D-Day veteran returns to Normandy to be close to his fallen brothers
"DJ day veteran return to the skies to parachute again into the same landing zone that he did seventy five years ago this an amazing story. He is ninety seven year old Tom rice. There's Mr. rice. He was a veteran of the hundred and first airborne, he made the jump once again, outside Carrington, France was a vicious battle for carrots. And this time it was a ten jump and no one was shooting at fortunately, wow. Wow. Ninety seven years old. And he jumped out of a plane again. Yeah, that's amazing. That's what that.
97-year-old veteran parachutes into Normandy
"Tune in. I've been so moved by the commemorations this morning. A great and seeing a many of the veterans who were there that day. At Normandy, being pay tribute by the president of France. And the President Trump and a story that just came over is that among the commemorations today will be a ninety seven year old man was veteran who landed on the beach that day recreating his parachute jump ninety seven years old. It's going to do a parachute drop today. You know, the tandem jump by ninety seven year old, I don't know that it gets more entertaining than that. I mean the guy just goes. Yeah, let's go. Yeah. He probably argued about doing tandem. He probably wanted to do it by himself, right? Yeah, you're right is name is Tim rice, Tom rice, San Diego. And he will jump from C forty-seven Douglas
97-year-old veteran parachutes into Normandy
"To commemorate the seventy fifth anniversary of d day, a ninety seven year old World War, Two veteran, recreated his parachute drop over Normandy, strapped to another parachutist Tom rice, floated down safely this time to a crowd of cheering supporters after giving a v for victory. Sign rice said he fell great and was ready to go back up and do it again rice was twenty two years old. When he first made that jump in nineteen forty four and a member of the US army's one hundred first airborne divisions, five hundred first parachute infantry regiment. They were sent in to support the beach invasion, which led to the end of World
"ninety seven year" Discussed on AP News
"Washington correspondent saga megani report it's a rough time for at least one american vet is good the ninety seven year old bert chandler was part of the first wave on omaha beach about his sherry hancock tells her dad's story everybody was gunned down when he was getting off all of his friends almost as whole company they were at a d. digs at this week with ninety four year old british vet william frank difficult he and chandler met three years ago and only then realized they were on the same feeder ship before d day where he took them ashore anoma beach they reunited this week is very important i see once i'm saga megani a rare all white fun has been found and rescued in northern california by a truck driver who delivered the animal to a rescue center the sacramento bee reported the small deer with a pink nose and ears was discovered sitting in the middle of a road near sacramento an official with kindred spirits fond rescue says she's not sure how the fawn happened to be in the road but says that female deer looking for food often leave funds on their own Eighteen. i'm tim mcguire president trump's tariff threat against mexico draws criticism from g._o._p. senators saga megani with more president's threatened to impose tariffs on mexico next week in an immigration fight tom mexican negotiators are now here in washington optimistic they can work out a deal to avoid them the president says maybe but i think it's more likely that the tariffs go on g._o._p. lawmakers are worried that would raise costs for americans and hurt the economy there's not much support in my conference for tariffs that's for sure but asked if republicans would block the tariff senate g._o._p. chief mitch mcconnell said he hopes that doesn't come to that the president doesn't think they would i think if they do it's foolish saga megani washington trump administration ends the most popular forms of u._s. travel to cuba bannon cruise ships and an educational travel plan to cut off cash to the island's communist government cruise travel began three years ago under president barack obama the commerce department says cruise ships recreational empl pleasure vessels are banned from making the trips starting tomorrow the cardinal leading the catholic church response to the clergy sex abuse crisis is accused of mishandling sexual misconduct laura tika says she was manipulated into a sexual relationship with monsignor frank rossi tackling the way to church truly looking for god and he took me for himself rossi was a deputy to houston cardinal daniel dinardo pontus went to denardo set on the right things you are a victim you were courageous we owe you everything you did the right thing but then their reaction was completely different archdiocese still be a._p. the relationship was consensual rossi was placed on leave and was transferred tickets husband says the cardinal warned the archdiocese would respond aggressively to any legal challenge and the fallout would hurt their family and business i'm donahue this is radio news a three judge panel from the ninth circuit court of appeals heard arguments today from lawyers for children's suing to have the courts declare u._s. energy policy on constitutional because of climate change their lawyers argued that the usa fossil fuels caused climate change violate their fifth amendment rights to life liberty and property the just department argues changing energy policies the job of congress and the white house not the courts and it will rule later on if the suit can go forward to trial new york state assembly has passed a bill that would ban the declawing of cats colette caruso with a pet adoption charity in new york state says she supports the band Declined cats. meaning for their their mental health the bill is in the hands of governor andrew cuomo if.
"ninety seven year" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Trump will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin at next month's g twenty summit in Japan at the White House today. Trump defended his policies on Russia. Nobody's saying Russia. Like, I have nobody's talked about the pipeline going to Germany and various other places. Like, I have I said it's very unfair. Trump out of the US is going to end up getting along with Russia. He said it makes sense to get along with Russia. Former president Jimmy Carter is recovering from surgery after taking a fall at his home in plains Georgia a statement from the Carter Center says the former president broke his hip while falling after leaving. He was leaving go Turkey hunting as the surgery was successful Carter's at a hospital in Americus, Georgia and his wife Rosalyn is with him. He is ninety four years old presidential candidate. And Senator Kamala Harris says it's time to break up Facebook Facebook has experienced massive growth and has prioritized its growth over the best interest of its consumers, especially on these have privacy. The California Democrat told CNN state of the union that the social media giant is similar to a utility because people rely on it for daily function, and therefore it should be regulated or comments were in response to Facebook cofounder. Chris Hughes op Ed last week that called for the social media company to be broken up and doors day, who's wholesome screen presence presence stood for a time of innocence in the nineteen fifties and early sixties in film and song has died. Or foundation says she was ninety seven years old Doris day animal foundation confirmed that Doris day died early Monday at. Her Carmel valley home here in California. The foundation says in an emailed statement, and she was surrounded by close friends had been in excellent physical health for her age until recently contracting, a serious case of pneumonia again ninety seven years old. Yeah. All right. Well, it's coming up at five twenty six here. Let's see what's going on over at the traffic center within have we have a collision northbound I five at street big rig involved. They're heavy traffic. We're told in in the number three lane we have all sorts of debris as well. So watch out again northbound I five at J coming up at five thirty top stories this hour, we've got a storm coming in. It's made for crying out loud. Yeah. And your chance to win thousand dollars grand in cash thirty past the hour on news ninety three point one K.
"ninety seven year" Discussed on KTRH
"With the story of a ninety seven year old World War Two veteran who refuses to stop working saying you have to have a reason to stay alive. So he buys groceries at a New Jersey store and the other folks at the store work there. So you can't get the guy to take a break. He works like a maniac, and we were talking about how working continues to give you a purpose. And how if you can find what you enjoy doing? You can share the knowledge, you know. When candidates come to see me when they're running for office. I tell them go ask smart people for advice. Well, how do I get them to give me advice? You just ask. People that have real knowledge, it's bursting out of them. It's it's using at they are dying to share it. It drives you crazy to turn on the TV and watch somebody doing something that you retired from doing and you're better than them at it. And you want to tell them how to do it better. People will be happy to give you advice. We happen to share that knowledge. It's a rewarding thing. I have mentored people in the radio business mentor people in politics, I've mentored people in in in other fields. And I I gotta tell you. It's a very rewarding. It's time intensive experience, but it's a rewarding experience because you feel valued. And we shouldn't let the older folks in our society who have all this great knowledge. Just sit at home and wash the price is right. Good anymore with Bob Barker, gone. We should we should engage them. We should be humble enough to ask them to give US Vice because that's where all your knowledge is. And most of the time they'll do them gladly do it. So we get a call from Jones from LaPorte. He's ninety five years old and he's a flight instructor. And he started telling stories about flying Stevens different planes in the air force in World War Two how many missions did you fly Jones? Jones. Yeah. How many missions? Did you fly? I twenty one shot down on my twenty first birthday twenty first mission. Okay. They didn't send you back after that. I had shot downing more alert Italy. And then they turned over to the gym. And we were trying to. Poland. Free Cam for us. And then new Russian journey. There. I will. And we had to go to hell for Germany virg- ride. Well unit. And that's why the war that. Can you? Tell me the story about being shot down. What that was like. Well, they were bombing. A railroad bridge and Marvan Italy and. It was pretty well defended with black. And. We we were trying to bomb with ready to art. It's first and language out for the targets that cloud beginning to break a little bit and they decided to bomb contact. And so we might to pass over the target which day was a chance to zero in and for their their guns open ride among us, and we stayed the night the energy. Oh. Inury? So the in the couldn't keep us. Oh, we got about one hundred miles from the target in couldn't hold altitude. And. Bailed out Oli Adelphia. In italy..
"ninety seven year" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"When you have a kid who is screaming for hours because something triggered. Memory. You know, you just you have to. I mean, it's just such a lesson in humility totally. Yeah. So it was hard for me. And then I ended up going back to Christian counseling to talk in that helped me so much to just talk through it and not feel shame because it's hard. It is hard. But it's the best. It's the best thing we've ever done. It's really emotionally hard. It's gotten so much better. And just seeing her learn to trust us. I mean, there's so many layers of fear in her that were hard to walk through. But it's been really awesome. Yeah. I always say adoption is beautiful, but it's always built on loss. And so you've got situation where people are coming to the table with hurt. We're two different scenario than a mom and dad creating a baby that baby's born in there's love, and they're safe no security, and then you're bringing a child in who hasn't experienced any of that. Right. And you know, I remember when we brought. Some of our kids home three of my kids are adopted, and I used to always just think we'll just love them. Pray and everything will be fine. Yeah. And love just doesn't solve all the problems. It really doesn't. Right. You know, we know as Christ followers. There's a deeper issue that Jesus is going to solve. Yeah. Who's gonna fill that hole for for all of us? No matter if you're traumatic, adoption or whatever. But I remember feeling the same thing and feeling like there must be something wrong. With me the wrong with them. This is hard. And it's a hard conversation to have though. I don't talk about out show a lot. Yeah. And people will actually sometimes you don't talk about adoption, and my kids are big. Yeah. It's just and we've been family for nine years. I mean, you're what two years in ninety seven year and a half. Okay. Yeah. Hard. Yeah. Taino so nine years in our struggles like way different than yours. But I always say, I think adoption is beautiful. It's how God. Our family. I love him. I believe in sovereignty of God. I believe all these kids were supposed to be ivy's. And so it still is hard though. Sometimes I think it's good to say. Yeah. So the reason I like to talk about the difficult part emotionally of adoption is because I had a couple of women who shared that. With me before I went to China, and I remember being in China when it was hard. And I was really scared. And if I didn't have those women who had said, hey, it's really hard. But God is really good. And he's with me in this. And you know, but it's really hard to be surprised. I would have been surprised and the whole living in guilt and shame for saying this is really hard. And you know, it just you know, I think I would have closed up and not been opened with my people and not gone to counseling. And so I whenever people ask me to talk about adoption. I always say, it's the most wonderful thing ever. It's probably the best decision. Our families ever made is really really hard. It's. Normal that it's hard. And I think that's good because I think that people want to know that and they don't wanna be like what no one told me this. I think is it's a different level. But it's like saying, hey, you're about to get married. Tamar marriage is going to be really hard. Yes, it's beautiful..
"ninety seven year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Thirty five on WBZ hundreds of people turning out for the funeral of a decorated World War Two veteran who had no living family WBZ's. Karyn regal reporting now live from there. And Karen, none of those paying their respects really knew this, man. Nobody there were a handful of people from this senior center where he spent his time who did know him who who came to pay their respects, but other than that it was veterans as far as the eye could be who came to pay their one from Arlington. Vietnam veteran who came I asked him. Why would you bother? He said for a long time way were forgotten and a tear roll down his face as he said, we're not forgotten anymore. And he said, no one should leave the world alone. Especially if you've done what you've done for your country the way James McHugh did ninety seven years old born in Lawrence died and Lawrence's son of immigrants from Ireland. He stormed the beach at d day in Normandy and fought in five other major World War Two devils. He was not alone at all today, Nicole with hundreds of people here to pay their respects reporting from Lawrence, Karen. Regal WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio onto thirty six on WBZ and today about face from Amazon. The retail giant cancelling plans to build part of its second headquarters or the H Q two in New York. Amazon said it would no longer set up shop across the East River from Manhattan in Long Island, city, queens. Amazon said building a new headquarters requires positive collaborative relationships and the company has faced opposition from civic leaders who have questioned why the state and city would provide such a wealthy company with three billion dollars in incentives. Amazon says it is disappointed to have reached this conclusion plans to build in northern Virginia and Nashville remain unchanged. ABC's Aaron Katersky reporting freshman rep Alexandria, Okaz, yo Cortez from New York. She represents the Bronx and queens. She's weighing in on the decision today. And she says it's a win for the people of New York in a tweet. She says dedicated every day New Yorkers, and their neighbors defeated Amazon's corporate greed, it's worker exploitation and the power of the richest man in the world. Time is still ticking. Over on Capitol Hill to get a deal signed on border security and avoid another government shutdown spoke earlier with CBS's. Steven Portnoy, I asked him how things are going on the hill eleven hundred pages, and we expect that the Senate will take it up at some point today. And then send it to the house. The senior member of the Senate Chuck Grassley said as the Senate was opening today as the Senate opened with a prayer Senator Grassley said, and this is very an extraordinary statement for any presiding officer to speak from that position in the Senate. He said, let's pray to depression. It accepts this deal. And he's of course, a top Republican expressing the wishes of many of his colleagues at the president will accept to be, oh, we don't know for certain he'll sign it. But aides have been telling us for a couple of days now that the president very likely will also today on Capitol Hill William Barr confirmed as the nation's new attorney general the Senate voting today, mostly along party lines fifty four. Yes. Forty five. No this, of course, the second go around for bar. He served fourteen months has AG during the George H. Hw Bush administration to thirty eight time for Bloomberg business. Here's tracy. And Facebook, and he call trying to restore trust in the platform after election tampering and data privacy scandals is now looking at removing anti vaccine posts that go viral on Facebook is under pressure from lawmakers who say that may have contributed to an increase in measles. Outbreaks Coca-Cola's getting crushed for falling sales in north and South America, Pepsi ramped up its marketing spending during the last quarter of last year and coke raised prices to compensate for its own rising expenses company says that caused some backlash among consumers coke stocks down the most in a decade, the Dow is down just fifteen points. Nasdaq is up twenty three SMP up half a point, I'm Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio sports next..
Prince Philip Gives Up Driver’s License
"A woman who was hurting a car accident involving Prince Philip says the roads will be safer now AP correspondent area. Shaklee reports that the ninety seven year old Royal has given up his driver's license. Buckingham Palace says Philip the husband of Queen. Elizabeth the second has voluntarily surrendered his license after careful consideration. Emma, Fairweather who suffered a broken wrist in the generous seventeen accident told the Sunday Mirror newspaper that similar I think to do and undoubtedly the roads will be safer now Philip was behind the wheel of a landrover family's Sandringham mistakes in eastern England when he smashed into another car that weather and the woman driving the car were injured, but a nine month old baby
Prince Philip surrenders driver's license weeks after car crash
"Beckingham palace says ninety seven year old Prince Philip has decided to stop driving this than a month after he was involved in a collision that injured two women. The palace says after careful consideration Queen Elizabeth's husband has taken the decision to voluntarily surrender his driver's license. The BBC's John diamond he's been a fiscally independent, man. For decades. Now, he's enjoyed driving. He's been a man of huge activity. Painful decision for him, albeit one that is said to be an entirely is. I Philip was behind the wheel of a Land Rover near the Royal family's estate in eastern England when he slammed into another car last month
Prince Philip, Buckingham Palace And Land Rover discussed on Jesus Christ Show
"Power. Britain's Prince Philip is giving up his driver's license. Buckingham palace. Made the announcement today. The ninety seven year old Duke of Edinburgh voluntarily gave up his license. Prince Philip's was involved in a car crash last month when his Land Rover overturn their prince wasn't injured in the crash, but a passenger in the other car
Understanding Long Term Care Insurance
"For the job. So I'm sitting down with one of our advisers here, and we're working with a couple and going through this honest conversation process where we're really trying to understand what it is that they envisioned for their life, and what they wanna do and what could possibly get in the way of that. And the lady is fearful that a potential long-term care. Stay could. Wipe out their savings, and you know, 'cause hurt either lived destitute of her husband has to go to long term care, or you know, if he passes away early she doesn't want to be a burden to her children asking them to care for her. So should I have long term care insurance? So sure the dynamics on this because this is a very interesting story. Now, this is a this is a couple that are in their seventies. Her mother's currently ninety seven years old boy, and and so she's got a lot of longevity in her family Alzheimer's, also happens to run in the family. So she believes that at some point in time. There's going to be some sort of care that's going to be necessary for her, right? So if I were an insurance salesman, or if an insurance salesman actually got in front of this lady, he would have or she would have no problem selling this person a top of the line Cadillac long-term care policy. Now the question is what? Does she need? What does he need? Right. So here's how you figure it out taking into account all resources everything. Right. So what we I have to do is understand and assume that if both of them live long happy, healthy lives. What are they want that life to look like, and what are the spending requirements going to be to do that look at the resources that they have and we can measure and say based on the resources you have and based on living along happy healthy life here is what your financial situation looks like it's part of the financial life management system. And then we sat right? Let's let's take into consideration. Let's consider that. There is a long term care. Stay and if that long term care, stay occurs for the husband, I and it lasts for three or four years, and it costs eighty to one hundred thousand dollars a year. And then she has to go to long term care. What what we do? Then as we say, what does that do to the integrity of their financial? Situation. Right. Is it harmful? Can they manage it? Have they self insured? What does it do that gives us? I an answer of clarity. Okay. This is a risk or this is not a risk. And then what we do is. We say if we wanted to ensure. What does the policy cost, and then we place that policy cost in as an additional line item on the annual budget and say if we're spending that additional money on this insurance? What does that do to the integrity of the plan? And what we wanna do is make a decision based on fact, right, which one of these two gives me the most peace of mind and allows me to live with clarity confidence and control. It's not a question of, you know, could a good insurance salesman have sold this lady. And her husband, you know, Cadillac long-term care policies and made a huge commission, and the answer is heck, yeah, they could've taken advantage of them the reality in this particular scenario was that the risk is much smaller because of the assets they have, but they do need a small amount of insurance. So now what we've done is. We said what have we pay a premium for this versus taken the risk? On ourselves. And what we saw was that the plan had a better probability of succeeding. Paying the premium. If in fact, they go to long term care, and so we have to decide them what's the trade off? Right. Right. And that is when we talk about having the right tools for the job. Right, right. It goes across every single financial decision that you make. If you don't have the proper financial management system in place, you will make decisions based on a set of what you think are the right facts to consider and they're totally wrong. Right. Let me add to the a little bit of that as well. And that is, you know, a lot of people say, well, I've got social security nice social security check will pay for that long term care. So if you look at that, the answer is no it won't. That's right. You can go in by the way. And there's a company out. There called gen worth has done a study on this that gives you every state's average cost in what they anticipated. It'll be based on on inflation in our guided system that we use we go in there, and we. Project a certain percentage of us about six point seven percent per year. We when we're doing financial planning for the overall plan where inflating things at three point nine percent per year. Which is the average over the last fifty years all this little intricacies that I'm talking about is important to be able to do that understanding that long term care is not something that we should be embracing because we want the insurance do the coverage. We only want enough to be able to do what make the plant successful. We're not here to sell insurance to get a commission at or anything like that. That's not the business. We're in. We're in the business of planning, and what we want to know is what is the adequate amount. If we in fact needed to be able to cover that future need. That's right. And you know, we get off on a little bit of a tangent here talking about risk management. But when you are asking yourself, do you have the right tools for the job when you talk about our financial life management system? It really encompasses every single aspect of your. Your financial life. So that when you're making a decision, you know, that you're you're making that decision with confidence because you have all of the facts in front of you. And it goes all the way from you know, how do I reduce my taxes, which we're gonna talk about here in the next segment. We're going to bring in JoAnne, Huber, a CPA and a CFP. She actually leads our tax planning practice, and she's gonna talk about having the right tools for tax planning. But it's going to go to having the right tools for investment analysis, which we will talk about in the last segment of today's program. The bottom line is if you don't have the right tools for the job, then you're gonna wind up with a big old mess on your hands. And that's not what you want. So here's the deal. If you've saved two hundred and fifty thousand dollars for retirement, I want you to give us a call because I wanna take you through our financial life management system without cost and without obligation. And here's what that's going to look like we're going to sit down, and we're going to have an honest conversation. We're gonna uncover what it is that you. You want your life to look like we'll look at the resources that you have and put that into our financial life management system and give you a a scenario that says are you directionally, correct? Are you on the right track? Are there obvious things that you need to be
"ninety seven year" Discussed on WLAC
"I hate that. You know, how to do it in the house of lords with the Queen have you ever looked into this? Because that's what we're doing. By the way, we're doing the rest of the house now have royalty. Yeah. That's it's absolutely. It's the the imperial presidency with I like the British version because I think it's very healthy to have the head of state not have power I like separating reverend's from power. So I think the British of figure that out pretty well. And I think we should make Betty white or Kelsey grammer the monarch of America. Just not limiting power. What the what the Queen does is? They had this is part of the whole thing. The Queen has a Royal hostage during her parliament address every year that just hangs out of Buckingham Palace that way if parliament captures the Queen they can murder that member of parliament. She goes she goes to the the how will that used to be? How was right? Yeah. Little because after the glorious revolution. There's this power dynamic shift where it used to be the king could dismiss parliament that kind of stuff and now parliament's like no at the end of the day. We can and will kill you. In fact, they keep the death warrant for Charles this I in the dressing room the Queen hangs out in before she addresses parliament. That's always there and see original death warrant, just remind whoever the Queen is at the time that we have and will kill again, if you really cross a holy cow. She she has the hostage. She comes to parliament. There's this ceremony where she walks over to the house of Commons and prepares to enter it. They have to slam the door and interface. That's part of the pomp is you're not a member of the house of Commons. Your your Lord, you cannot enter this. You can't pass this brush, which is why they do it in the house of lords. And then she reads, a prepared speech or whatever. And then they all eat cucumber sandwiches. That is insane. But again, she didn't have any power which fire that if you just want to know, I'm not because then what are you paying for? I think that we have is human beings. If this weird fixation where we want to we want to have social betters. And then we crave their approval, and I I'm not sure we can get rid of that. So I just wanna funnel it into something. That is not it doesn't have actual power. I if the Queen could also set the tax rate, I would have horror that and I would be a like an English Republican. But, but as it is I think it's cute to have ceremonial right? Okay. But she's been a good Queen. Yeah. You know? I don't think that that's gonna win win Charles comes in. I think everybody's gonna look at their their their checkbook and go to hell we have this guy around for. I don't I don't think they'll yeah. That could be that actually if he becomes king. I think Australia might very well. Become a Republic. It's review talk to strangers about this there like we'll be well become a Republic of Charles. I can't Chinese. Charleston is what we'll be Republic. But if they skip Charles and go straight to William they'll stay a monarchy, a right, which is a weird thing to me that which is exactly what I think the Queen is hoping the Queen is only been hanging on because she's like, I've got this son. I don't even think he's mine. I swear I don't remember his birth. She wakes up. Everybody goes his Charles alive. Carry on. Right. That's what she's doing. You know? He would have been dead twenty years ago. If her son wasn't Charles did you did you read about a Prince Philip flipped a car two weeks ago? The queen's husband Prince Philip ninety seven years old, and he flipped his landrover which well-done, but also why is he driving it all shouldn't he ever chauffeur like get on the England. Get some crowd sourcing dial. We took the keys away from my grandfather. Yeah. Somebody should take the keys away from Philip. I was talking to my dad of your to go, and he was describing his grandmother, my great, great grandmother, grandma Bickel, and he's like, oh, she was a tough old bird, grandma beco-. I mean, she would she went blind ninety to quit driving ninety four fixture. The town. And I was like wait what? What was it like apparently grandma Bickel just reflect she memorized all the tourists to get to the grocery store and refuse to quit driving after she went functionally blind. And they would just like the town people and Al vocal Homa would just come out and be like apples driving and everyone. Their houses assume that's what they're doing. With Philip could be could be I don't think he's probably out on the roads, which if I could plug it Chad -ther, beloved funny man here at the place. Now he came on last week. We did a full episode of my podcast that was a biopic of Prince Philip. So it's just an hour of me talking to the opposite Prince Philip, which is Chad. Aether the opposite of British aristocracy about how it works fine episode. So I know somebody who has met Prince Philip before, and and it was in a military setting and Prince Philip came up, and it was I don't even know what they have, you know. I don't know girl scouts and boy scouts their army who who knows. Right. And so, you know, the boy scouts were there. Probably more like cub scouts and the girl scouts were there. And Prince Philip said. What do you do? And he said to the woman, and she said, well, I'm a physician, and he honestly said he drew back and said good God, we do not have women doctors in this country. Now, do we? Last April two years ago five years ago. This is crazy people to understand about prince Phillip was born in nineteen thirty seven. Yeah. No earlier than that. Because he's because he was served the World War Two. So I'm like nine hundred seventeen or something. Coming up on it, actually, the nineteen twenty one. Imagine if you are already a British cartoon character version of a rich person, and then you marry the Queen and no one ever expects you to change for the rest of your life. And so you're you're a cartoon character in nineteen Forty-five where he's a he's a time capsule really is because nobody's gonna tell him. No. And that's why he whenever he goes to countries. Like he went to veto it just opened up with your all. From pirates. Yes. Like that was his. Barbados was to insult the entire people. Great though to be like that that'd be. He just I don't care. Yeah. You say you're aware that I'm Steve McQueen. Yes. I I don't I don't care. I'm going to die Robert, thanks to you. I think that's what we have in Donald Trump. I think we have like a Prince Philip that doesn't care. He doesn't care. He's not royalty. But kind yummy sits in gold. Jerry's a lot. He's doing the decision goes. She's got the the imperial presidency is already there for him. I don't think he cares. I don't think he cares. Yeah. I don't think he cares at all. So anyway, he's going to get up at the state of the union. And and it should be interesting to watch I'm going, and we'll be covering it live from Washington DC, where are you going to bring like a bingo card that you make in advance of things he might say, and like a play with other people, and we might want to do we should I will say that would be a very surreal bow. But for anyone in the gallery of like did Glenn Beck. Just pass you a bingo card, and it says like America's great the wall things like that. Right. What will be really surreal is if you're watching at home on Tuesday and you hear somebody from the gallery go thing.
"ninety seven year" Discussed on WJR 760
"Show. News talk seven sixty WJR heared, special guest host Sean Valesu. Well, good morning. Everybody pleasure to be with you on a Monday morning. Martin Luther King day is we honor the memory of Dr king Paul W with a well deserved day off a dick Haefner in doing. And outstanding job is always good morning deck. How are you? Good morning, Shawn. You don't be better, by the way, you just mentioned Jared Goff. I told you before we went to the break Patrick Mahomes when he was born Tom Brady was in his first year at Michigan. When Jared Goff was born Tom Brady was a senior in high school. You. Really really is. And of course, said the executive producer around here. Does so many little things we appreciate because all those little things together. While the equal a lot of big things and Thomas good morning. Good morning sun. I love that. That's awesome. Well, played I wanted to bring this up. Prince Phillip in in England. I'm sure people have heard of it by now, but he was involved in a car accident. Was it last Friday believe it was last Friday Friday. Yeah. And just two days two days after the ninety seven year old prints. Smashed into another vehicle and rolled his landrover. He was back on the roads that is wild in jelly older England in a brand new Land Rover. I might be on the road again. All right. So it it begs, oh, by the way brand new Land Rover and reportedly he wasn't wearing a seatbelt. He has a mind of his own. He does is he kind of known for saying some off the wall things over the course of well almost a century. He's a character. Yeah. He's a character. You know, what's interesting. And I was telling you this, and I'll share it with the audience this morning. My grandfather passed away about ten years ago. But a couple years before he passed away he announced to everybody. He was done driving in. We all were kind of looking at him. Right. What do you mean? Impressive. And he he said, I don't wanna be that guy. He said, honestly, he he said, I always used to laugh at the elderly people that, you know, the driving skills start to deteriorate. And he said I've noticed that my driving skills have started to deteriorate and he said, especially from dusk gone. He said forget it. I felt helpless out there. So really the last couple years of his dry of his life. He made the conscious decision. I'm I'm not driving anymore. Isn't it? Good that he actually knew that about himself in made the decision without the family having to make the decision. That's impressive. Don't you think the Queen should put down her? Do something. Come on put the keystone, you have to think about the other people around you in the safety of the other drivers and pedestrians. It's it's amazing. There was actually a story that asks the question is ninety seven years old too old to be driving. Should there be a legal age it which a person can no longer drive, and I think that's difficult because let's use. I don't know the age of eighty three there might be somebody at Eighty-three who has total faculties not no property, right? And yet there might be another person who just it. For example, my my grandfather who noticed it himself. So how would you rights very individual? How would you go about maybe a test some type of testing could you imagine that? I know it's a tough call. Yeah. It's a big decision. Yeah. There's there's just I think the issue is. How would you can you? Imagine the line at the secretary. It's all right driving test. It's like those kids trying to get their permit. You know, you'd have you'd have just a line, especially with, you know, the the average age growing seemingly by the years. You're could you imagine driver's test. We have to re up because the baby boomers are aging. Yes, absolutely part of the population. That's a good point. No doubt. Listen Latin time for autonomous driving moving in. Yeah. Really got one from the prince will fast..
"ninety seven year" Discussed on AP News
"Buckingham Palace says prince Phillip has been in a car accident, but wasn't hurt the ninety seven year old husband of Britain's Queen. Elizabeth the second was in a car accident near Sandringham estate the queen's country retreats. The norfolk. Constabulary says officers responded to a reported collision and two people in one of the vehicles were treated for minor injuries. The palace said a doctor examined Phillip as a precaution and confirmed. He was okay. Britain's Press Association quoted a palace spokeswoman saying Philip was driving one of the 'cause he had a passenger in the car. But the spokeswoman would not reveal who it was Sweden has launched a man for stealing a jeweled crown and two other pieces of Swedish Royal treasure from cathedral. The objects with seven point two million dollars would take an on July thirty first during a daring daytime heist the jeweled crown another crown all made in sixteen eleven for the funerals of king Kull, the ninth and Queen Christina haven't been recovered. Investigators think two men stole the funeral regalia from the cathedral where they were on display. The second man was detained but hasn't been charged the thieves smashed a security case and then flipped by motorboat via the vast system of lakes around the cathedral DNA found at the crime scene. Don't a bicycle used as part of the getaway linked the twenty two year old suspect charged on Thursday to the theft. The suspect who? Wasn't named publicly denied the theft. A trial date hasn't been announced China's slowing economy squeezing the urban workers and entrepreneurs the ruling communist parties counting on to help transform the country from a low wage factory floor into a prosperous consumer market. China's growth in two thousand nineteen forecasted more than six percent down only slightly from the six point five percent last year. But it's propped up by higher government spending, which masks sharp declines in other areas figures are causing alarm among the public and discouraging spending which could make the downturn worse. Economists expect the downturn to bottom out this year as government stimulus gains traction. AP radio news. I'm Tim McGuire special counsel, Robert.
"ninety seven year" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"For parts of Malibu some areas near Ohio and several neighborhoods near the burn zones around lake Elsinore man in Fontana has been arrested for burglary with the intent to rape just hours after getting out of. Jail for burglary. The guy was released early per state law. Fontana police officer j Sayed says the man got away, but he was easy to find sloppy enough to leave his booking paperwork out near the house, which has named photo. And he just got out of jail for Sayed says this time he entered the house. He was still on his stuff. Yeltsin left the house to put his property away. So that he can go back and get it after he commits his next crime, which is going to be to and sexually assault. Victim says the man had a knife. But ran when the woman woke up and screamed Corbin Carson KFI news turnstiles into LA have been spinning across L. Our tourism sector is clearly booming LA city councilman Joe blue-sky you was among the politicians cheering a massive number shared by L A tourism and convention board. President Ernest wooden junior fifty million visitors who are now all fascinated with our signature LA lifestyle surf food hikes dollar signs dollar signs dollar signs equals nearly three billion dollars. In state and city tax revenue. Even Kobe was pumped is a championship moment or rather. Kobe hologram in LA, Chris ancarlo KFI new USC is teaching acting students had to make money while they wait for their big break school of dramatic arts. Dean, David bridle says the school redesigned it's curriculum to keep up with the digital age. So the access can become vivid storytellers, and then have the understanding and the expertise to put that storytelling skill out on a multiple multiple network of platform, saddle says some of his graduates have gone from starring in their own web series to being cast on Saturday Night Live. He says preparing for the digital age. Also means teaching new skills like acting for motion capture which is used in superhero films or movies like avatar. Thank you. Rano? Thank you, Betty and happy birthday happy birthday to the longest surviving golden girl. Betty white ninety seven year old has called vodka a hobby and says it's one secret to our longevity along with hot dogs.
"ninety seven year" Discussed on KTRH
"Hello dollies. Carol Channing has passed ninety seven years young Ramona J Smith, just won the Toastmasters international. How many people competed in that thirty thousand thirty thousand so you had to win at the local level and then district and state or has that were a Girls Club area division district semi finals and finals and the finals were in the Middle East final garage icago at the international convention, okay? All right. How many of y'all make the finals? So let's talk about when you join back in nine ten. Well, the idea was you wanted to learn motivational speaking, you wanna learn to speak in in public. How hard was that first meeting? It wasn't very hard. It was more awkward because I had never I didn't have any expectations and back then YouTube wasn't huge Watson just go to masters meeting and see what they do. There was a lot of clapping. There were a lot of people speaking in theory, essentially ways because this was a dream catchers club. So every club has a different culture. And this club was more dramatic and theatrical and my club president at the time Amy ion she was a small Asian woman who wore KOMO knows that every meeting, and she she was kind of very very very artsy. And I could I didn't know what to expect. So when I saw that it was like, oh, wow. But that's kind of who I am. So does she wear the KOMO no in a natural fashion. Like that was what she would wear or did you feel like it was sort of a little bit contrived at first. Yes. I thought it was a little over the top. But after she started wearing them to meeting after meeting. I said, okay, that's his Amy. Have.