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"noti" Discussed on Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast
"And whatever chris lopez here and today we're talking short term rentals and air. Bnb now most you know the regulations for denver county. We'll talk about those plus the other parts around town actual numbers you can expect from short term rentals cima co host is lord val noti lauren. Good afternoon hey. Thanks for having me on this show today. Yeah i'm glad to have you on it because it's something we've been talking last few months to start exploring more of so we. Can you know increase your analogy of more research more resources on clients as well and we have a really good property management company. Dave actually specializes in short term. Rentals and they are called air. Simplicity with shalom jonathan. Welcome guys Glad that in the show to be here. Thank you ravenous. Yes so telescope into us Jump into the tag. That started in two short term rentals. So i got started. I was doing property. Management in dallas moved. Colorado got my license wanted to get into the real estate game Investment game Bought a house primary residence to do it at five percent down modest. My commission able to get in with like ten thousand dollars. Spent another ten thousand on furniture so and quickly realized that. Make a lot. More money doing Airbnb rather than doing locker mental. So and this is while you're living there this is while i was living there I was going away for weekends. I was kinda just testing out the model Before i realized pretty quickly that it was it was profitable grabbed. The backpack went to europe. It was it was great paid for my trip. realize i was onto something Did it again about a year exactly year later almost to the day and then about a month later after that john and i went in on something together also same format primera residents This is in denver before that the tough regulations And then it kind of snowballed from there After we had about five or so realize that now just kept learning had the knowledge John partnered up. We're like okay. We can you know we. We're doing this for ourselves. We can help other people. Make money with short-term rentals as well so the property management grew organically from you guys on portfolio operate them and systems in place in a rust. Oh we private. Another business in our hands and go out other investors operate their short-term rentals. Exactly okay so she'll you in dallas where you short-term property management traditional property management additional with us as two hundred fifty units aquino's an assistant manager so stealing apartment complex. Yeah okay so the main those skills translate to michael no not really okay. People skills Always get to have. I think in business but No not really yeah. What's your story. Jonathan yes so..
"noti" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Aren't Amy James Harden has not said much publicly about his trade demand. Syria's After Tuesday's 1 17 100 rockets lost to the Lakers, which dropped Houston 23 and six situations. This is crazy. Was something that I don't think so. Mm hmm. Thanks And that was it. His press conference was over. Hardened scored 16 points and five of 16 shooting. LeBron James led all scorers with 26. Elsewhere. The Sixers in the heat going to overtime, Joe for three short, No Green gets another rebound to Mathias. He shoots the three. That's good. Dakota, Mathias for three. And the Sex is by two Tom McGinnis on sixties radio. Mathias is only basket of the game Sixes Beat the heats 1 37 1 34 Noti Jo Ellan beat 45 points. And 16 rebounds. Nets rallied from 18 down in the second half. They top the Nuggets won 22 21 16 Kevin Durant scored 34 points. He also jumped three spots on the all time scoring list. The 28th Here's his head coach, Steve Nash, is a walking bucket and No matter what you throw at him, no matter who's on the floor. He's gonna find a way to get 25 30 points. So, hey, this is this is nothing. He's gonna keep climbing and keep catching guys carry every Mr fourth straight game for personal reasons. The NBA and the Nets are looking into video on social media of Irving not wearing a mask recently at a birthday party. The Jazz have won three straight 1 17 87 over the cab. Spurs be thunder. 1 12 102 Pacers topped the Warriors, one of 4 95, the MBA and the Players Association have agreed to stricter covert 19 protocols. With five games being postponed Since Sunday. The Seahawks have parted ways with offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer. Gus Bradley is the new Raiders defensive coordinator. Here's defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano was retiring. Colts left tackle Anthony Castonzo is retiring after 10 seasons College basketball number seven Michigan's 11.
"noti" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"But we couldn't buy equipment to process to the way we wanted to to minimize any destruction of what's in the fruit, and so we dehydrated at low temperatures below 115 degrees. When you go in 138 135 you kill all the enzymes Heat we drive low temperatures take 60 hours to do it normally zone 8 to 10 hours, but it has a two year shelf life. Again. I'm missing work FDA compliance When the FDA was here about two years ago, they ever come. You know, we always says to your shelf life. They say you gotta prove that so we had to send it back to the lab. They put it in incubators at 104 F 25% unity for four months. It's accelerated to your shelf life. The package is in there of the fruit, leather, and every month they take it out, and they test it for different compound levels. And they found one they test it for E. Coli salmonella staff, a caucus all those different, you know, mold geese. Zero, right zero. Yeah, but then they tested for compound even at the end of two years. It was still full potency. So just Barzani oxidants. You're talking about the Antioch Donald confident all the inter quinine all those different things in there that have health benefits. At the end of two years. You know, it was basically 100. You know, it was that's what we said to yourself like, you know, So we committed that to the FDA Anything okay? You could say that now, so just the process is just just the process. So alright processes. You don't process it as much as the other Noti products. Well, one we built that we grow it. We have the ability to process it like we picked on Monday £600 of fruit. Tars a potato when it gets right with soft like a tomato, and we watched it. We hold it open. It changes we wash it tomorrow morning. Probably about 6 A.m. is gonna be right. We process it takes about eight hours to get into the dryers. But if we were to wait six hours, the whole thing that permit and go off so we succeeded. We pulverize that we deposit entrees and putting the dryer's stabilized. It's 115 degrees and doesn't permit Okay. That's a good point. Yeah. No, I'm glad you mentioned that because earlier you were mentioning it ferments so quickly, And that's why you don't see it in the produce section. Most people have never seen an actual No.
"noti" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Now, with the new it easier comes additional fees. There's Sometimes. There has to be a holding period that you keep it, But you know, if you got a settler tenure, Noti could start the income out next month or next year, and I'm not telling you to do that. I'm just giving for our listeners the options out there so you could go. It's called a moderate, conservative strategic portfolio or a conservative strategic portfolio where you'd be, let's say 20% stock. An 80% bonds. Kind of like 40% stocks. 6% bomb better because the bonds really, aren't you all that much right now. For now, how we compose the pie. Matters, and it's different than virtually everybody else. Put slippers. In the part, we might have gold in that pie. We might have treasuries in that pie. We might have a small cap value in the pie and how we blend the pie matters and that's strategic. Then we have tactical. Which is to try to avoid the big dips. There's no you know, guarantees. But we're trying to, you know, it's okay to be in cash sometimes. And then you dip your toe back in, so we're kind of dipping Arto. And and we call it legging in certain positions. So if you have a high conviction, the market's going up. Maybe November. 4 If you don't go all in you go 60% and keep 40% in cash stuff like that. And that's what we do with the tactical. We leg in and leg out of position. So we're getting very tactical delay, but Great call Chris. Anything else? That's it. I will be calling in next week to speak to Elaine. Wonderful. Thanks so much. And folks, If you need our number, it's 888. 98 Josh. So, basically, if you're worried about volatilities there three ways is actually four words. You, Khun! Go! I talked about three of them. A strategic, conservative or moderate conservative blend. You could also do. Eh? An annuity of some type where there is a floor and a ceiling. What That means is, let's say the s and P s up 10. Your ceiling might be five that's called a cap. But the market's down 10 Your principles protected. One of the negatives that typically you gotta hold those for 5 to 7 years like a Like a CD. But you could ladder them so you could do like Three year, five years, seven year 10 years, something like that. And you can get a lower fee product somewhere on 0 to 1.2%. If you shop around, which is what we do, so give us a call. 800 32107 10. We're taking your calls. All our 803 210 17 and If you want the no obligation strategy session, 30 minute strategy session about your money. Call us the 88 today, Josh and get the free 27 Point Ultimate financial game plan and Go over to the retirement reality check right now and read my book. Thank you so much, and we'll be back after these messages. Josh Dillon Ski the financial quarterback here in these uncertain financial times, it is imperative that you guard your financial future. If you call within the next three minutes, we will offer our complimentary bear Markets Survival Guide, which will detail steps to help your plan to potentially survive the cove in 19 crisis, the Bear Market Survival guide will cover how you might still be able to retire. Amid a volatile economic climate. We will throw in our complimentary 27 Point Ultimate game plan for retirement. Call US at 88988 Josh 8889885674.
"noti" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Pascual backward SportsCenter all night here on ESPN Radio Back with Stanley Cup final Steven Stamkos out for Game four against the Stars after impact in Game three of the goal on his first shot. Lightning captain wasn't ready to lace him up on Friday, but his teammates certainly were had been to the center point. Tees it up, John Kirk, right circle. Far over time. Final award some excitement 9 70 w F L. A Lightning radio Kevin Shattenkirk scored Noti Lightning passed the store's five for They grabbed 31 Siri's laid Brayden point. At two goals for the winner's Tampa can close it out tonight with a game five win first time in six OT games in this bubble that the stars have lost Barry Melrose on SportsCenter. They should have been gone going into the third period. It should have been 4 to 5 to going into the third period, so they scored that one in the first period with less than 30. Seconds left that completely change the game with do nothing at the time, then it was to one you're going in period. You're feeling good about yourself. The coaches coaching you up and you're ready to go and get the second period now in the second period, the same thing Could happen. It could have been for two going in to the dress room before the third period instead of what we saw with the 32 so complete game changes again on 40 for Dallas. All the game changes air going in favor of Tampa Bay Harder. I work the luckier I got not sort of what Tampa Bay's getting right now and that one win away Tampa from their second Stanley Cup championship tune in for baseball action Today, the Yankees host the Marlins. Coverage begins at 12 30 Eastern on ESPN radio. And the ESPN as speak of those two and a ball tap out near the second. Miggy has it steps on the bag for one post of first for two, and it's over and the Marlins have done it. They are on their way to the playoffs. They beaten the Yankees in the Bronx 4 to 3, and they go to the playoffs for the first time since 2000 and three come out, We need some lightning excitement here. 9 40. W I. N C, though Moreland's Clinton and probable playoff berth, beating the Yankees for three intense Ceiling. That postseason trip on the field of the team that Miami CEO Derek Jeter and manager Don Mattingly. Once Captain. Keep in mind. Miami earned their first postseason trip since 2003 when it won World Series as the Florida Marlins. Cap I Game six victory in the Bronx over Jeter and his New York teammates at the previous version of Yankee Stadium. Don Mattingly emotional after his team clinches on the anniversary Of Jose Fernandez death. I just thought about it, Jose,.
"noti" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Jim Pascual backward SportsCenter all night here on ESPN Radio Back with Stanley Cup final Steven Stamkos out for Game four against the Stars after impact in Game three of the goal on his first shot. The Lightning captain wasn't ready to lace him up on Friday, but his teammates certainly were had been to the center point. Tees it up, John Kirk, right circle. Should far by going over time they become final game. Swords of excitement. 9 70 w F L. A Lightning radio Kevin Shattenkirk scored Noti Lightning passed the Stars five for the grab 31 Siri's late breaking point. Had two goals for the winner's Tampa can close it out tonight with a game five win. First time in six OT games in this bubble that the stars have lost Barry Melrose on SportsCenter. They should have been gone going into the third period. It should have been 4 to 5 to going into the third period, so they scored that one in the first period with less than 30. Seconds left that completely change. The game was do nothing at the time, then it was to one you're going in period. You're feeling good about yourself. The coaches coaching you up and you're ready to go and get the second period now in the second period, the same thing could happen. It could have been for two going in to the dress room before the third period. Instead of what we saw with the 32 so complete game changers again on 40 for Dallas. All the game changes air going in favor of Tampa Bay. Harder. I work the luckier I got. Not sort of what Tampa Bay is getting right now, and they're one win away. Tampa from their second Stanley Cup championship tune in for baseball action today, the Yankees host the Marlins coverage begins at 12 30, Eastern on ESPN Radio and the ESPN Aspey of those two and a ball tap. Out near the second. Miggy has it steps on the bag for one post, the first for two and it's over and the Marlins have done it. They are on their way to the playoffs. They beaten the Yankees in the Bronx for three, and they go to the playoffs for the first time since 2000 and three Come on, We need some lightning excitement here. 9 40, w. Y. And Z, though Moreland's Clinton improbable playoff berth, beating the Yankees for three in 10 ceiling that postseason trip On the field of the team that Miami CEO Derek Jeter and manager Don Mattingly once Captain. Keep in mind. Miami earned their first postseason trip since 2003 when it won World Series as the Florida Marlins. Cap by Game six victory in the Bronx over Jeter and his New York teammates at the previous version of Yankee Stadium. Don Mattingly emotional after his team clinches on the anniversary Of Jose Fernandez death. I just thought about it, Jose,.
"noti" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And that's what they didn't have, and that's why they're forced to make decisions because the fans want it. I long to have an organization where? Yeah, I'll yell because I disagree with the move. But at least I'll know wasn't coming from a place of cheapness. You're right. You're right. It is. But there's certain guys, especially home rolled match that they do need to get mean. Wheeler's should have been back on his team. I'm sorry. Willard Willard to me should have been back on the team. Yeah, You know, I'm trying to remember where I was in mind set when they let out Guardo Alfonzo go right. Okay. Well, history shows the Mets made a good decision. They were right. Did they let him go? Because he was cheap. I don't know if I thought that at the time it was a different world. It was pre made off. We didn't love the Wilpons, but it was different. What did we say at the time Because history has shown that they made the right decision to let Fonzie go and get that big contract from the Giants had a back issue. He was never the same. So just goes way back. You know, this goes back to even like, you know, trading Kevin Mitchell. Let Darrell walk me things like this. I mean, you know, you don't mean This kind of thing. You know, it's it's been happening for a long time. Let's go to Eric and Marlton, New Jersey. What's up, Eric? How are you? Look, I've got first off. I love you Both. I listen every day, unfortunately, met a member on also, Jet Nick ranges and number has worked out but method and you wouldn't think that and I'm 44 years old. And you would think that I would still be embarrassed and mortified to be a Mets fan when things happened. I'm just like so embarrassed by this, but I think I know it wasn't them, but it just still happened to the Met. And I'm I agree with you, Jo. I thought that he was gonna have him humongous here and unquote but happened so obviously the status will be diminished. But I thought he was gonna have this impressive year because he always plays good in the contract year, So I am. I'm like, even more taken back behind. Oppa. Listen, guys, It's just the same old thing with these guys, right? Well, it is painful. I mean, there's no question about that. I don't know. I don't know what the SAGES. It's just very meant like owls. Can I say it? How else can we say? We've been saying that all that? Yeah. Well, here's another met like aspect of this. Anthony the Cuomo tweets that Brandon memo says he and his met teammates heard that Yolanda suspicious menaces You NSS but is his agent actually informed the Mets he was opting out before Sunday's game. Really, That's according Minimo. He also heard the Mets official story and the team was blindsided during the game. Nemo said he doesn't know which is true. Wow, that's not good. Could you imagine? Seriously if if you would get No, we killed cess pit is and and you know, rightfully so. What says, but it's actually did it form them Saturday that he wasn't going to be with the team on Sunday, and let's come out and say that they went that all telling God Oh, my God, is that look? Well, the statement itself still doesn't look good. And what does it say when guys on the team Well, what do you think? If you're a player on the team, and you're here in two different, you know things, you know what's real? What's Yahoo account of this? That's its affairs. Why is there two different? That would kind of bothered me a little bit? Absolutely. I mean, think about what Brandon them always saying. As compared to what The Mets have been telling us. The Mets released this statement. What time was it at around two o'clock, probably in the middle of the game early, relatively early in the game. You let us wait a while We don't know where he is. And Nemo is saying that hours before that. Met players heard your witness was opting out. How could that disconnect exist? Or noti lied? Or he released a statement to just try to make us look bad baby and didn't let let everyone know how I know Maur than what I'm actually giving you in the statement. Maybe they maybe they did, because you know you want to Maybe, you know, he's probably was ticked off about, you know, maybe he thinks they were trying to hold him with the incentives. Whatever. And they're trying to make him look even worse than anything. He looks, you know? Yeah. Which is why, if that's the case, that's that's really bad, and it looks terrible for you know, guys on the team like Brandon. Well, wait a minute. What's really going on here? And Brandon is in a tough spot because Braden's an honest guys being asked a question. And so he's admitting it heard before the game, the guy was opting out. They heard before the game of Brody had no idea. Abroad. He was clueless. Brody No, I I don't know where he is. G gullies and that statement. Here's what's so wrong about that statement on another level. The first thing I thought about which is something. Did something happen to the guy, right? Right. You know where I didn't want to say some of the thoughts in my mind the worst thoughts. I hate to think the worst. But you know what? I'm a dad. Now I start to think the worst Unfortunately. And so the Mets released a statement that would allow those thoughts that go into people's heads. And they probably had an idea that it was just simply him off the council. But they were so ticked off that he was opting out. They decided to do that. The Mets took a situation in which they were never gonna look bad. If you win. It's just opted out and imagined. Awaiting Your Highness would be the conversation. They have to make him look bad. He was leaving the team. And the Mets managed to somehow make this worth Why unbelievable? 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"noti" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"We hope it's powerful to. There's so much going on within our country. And sports as is often, the case is right there in the middle of some of the most dynamic social issues of the day, and so we will talk about all of this with you. You'll get your chance to weigh in as always. At bottom of the Hour Hugh Jackson former NFL head coach, he'll be good to talk about this and other things. He's coming up in just about twenty eight hundred. A here from yes, and there you heard the voice of my partner Rob Parker. How are you? I'm doing all right. How are you Mr Chris sort? I'm good I'm good man I'm good I. Do want to say this and today. Chris, you know it's A. Blackout Tuesday for a lot of people who are stepping away from social media, right? You saw all the all black screens and whatnot. and. Fox sports radio. I don't know if you saw my twitter or rob G. Oh, you guys! But. We put out a nice say. We Fox Sports Radio says we support. Our black, colleagues. And Black Community, as we all unite to seek equality and understanding today we will be stepping aside from social media on participating. In blackout Tuesday, and so we tweeted that Chris with a message. And I said. Proud to work at Fox sports, Radio Chris Bouchon or allowed to talk about anything and everything that matters to us on the couple. Hashtag real talk radio and I wanted to get that out there because. People don't tell us Chris what to say You know what I mean like all it all has to black golf shooting talking about that. We've never ever ever from our bosses. Heard anything about what it is that Chris and I wanted to discuss on this show, black, white, indifferent or anything, and I'm appreciative of that. It's not always like that everywhere and I want people know. You're going to get one hundred from US Chris and I think that's important message to get out right and his Fox sports, too. Not Just Fox sports radio as far as I know because I read tweeted something from Fox sports about it. So yeah, but I am in agreement with you arrive. Also tomorrow I'll be off. You Got Fred Rogan coming in which is great to television legend in Los Angeles. This guy for at Rogan has been on K.. Los Angeles you ready Chris! Are you sitting down for Noti? That's great, and he looks like he's only about forty five years eight. He looks way. And he is so excited to join us on the program and Chris can I say why you're off because I think it's special. Yeah, I was GONNA say but go ahead you go and say. Chris and his wife crystal their. Twenty fifth wedding anniversary and Chris Lie I got married at Tin Right. Relations and Mazal Tov because it is so hard to stay together. Everybody anybody's been in a serious relationship knows ups and downs. Things don't always go right. You know you fall in love. Fall out of love..
"noti" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Hundred percent stay where you are okay okay unless you needed to make more money leave it alone our automated Sir now another question I have my insurance man of salt and sugar second of six are seven months off your our workshop will get the same amount of money from my age now until nine out of five and if I live to a hundred plus sides alot well what's your if I live to a hundred I will get the same amount of money on fourth are you taking that that's from some sort of an annuity I'm assuming correct are coming from so those are all followers okay but but the investment he made to give you that lifetime income isn't a noti okay right and and you've already done it you can't change it back that's when the process of taking a guaranteed lifetime annuity is once you do it it's kind of well now now you eat you are going to great a little bit and see if you can do something about this because this year they changed the rules and you don't have to take money out of your IRA a seven and a half right so call your insurance manage if you can for some reason stop that distribution this year from your IRA it'll save you some taxes okay okay yeah and my sister had called me and told me that her insurance company or insurance managers with the same insurance company called and told her she didn't need this car required minimum distribution that's that's correct I didn't go outside also applied to may yeah you may be forced to depending on how you structure that investment we came across with a phone call okay okay thank you my pleasure Steve thank you I'm here every Saturday for you.
"noti" Discussed on The Lavendaire Lifestyle
"It's higher learning and it is has the undertone tone of Sagittarius. So when you do sagittarian things. That's the full picture. So when you're sharing books and sharing people in introducing higher learning subjects in you're constantly learning that's very very much natalie arena of your north node. So it's the white is the sign the north node and the where in the house Interesting for example Ryan is tourists North note I have to do everything. Taurean slowdown provide for myself. Do Do beauty in nature. It's in the ninth house so I need to be traveling far away places. I have to make myself airplanes. So it's so helpful people to know both for you because I thought tourists like they like to stay at home and so if you're like conflicting a little bit yeah. I loved his language. Because there's so much to look at. It could be conflicting but if you look at the way I travel I have this motto. Travel like you're living so you'll find me going to an AIRBNB and making beautiful food travel like I live there like oh I love that. Yeah so I asked me wherever I am feel lake home. I don't run around sightseeing. I go to the local or I find organic food. I go to the local farmers market. I meet people like I have to feel like I'm partaking partaking. So I do I do slow travel. I really Nice Nice. Yes some people want to go. Go Go see like ten things in a day I could do that for a day with someone but then I'm like you go. I'M GONNA I call him working Planning is just wanders. Inlet Spirit take kicked her feet wherever they need to go. That's how I do. I have a question from one of our I think it's either facebook or Instagram from Jessica. She asked how can spouses navigate marriage bridge when they have opposite north notes. I think they learn from each other. You know I think that there's never anything bad and there's never anything that can say no to people people should be together or you can't do this. It's really the way I look at it as you're headed where they've been and they're headed where you've been so they can winona Known you help each other. You can guide each other and you can kinda with humor. Say Honey. You're being a little south Noti you know. Or Hey I when I started learning about this on like this can really help couples so much because with humor you can be you can. It's so easy to identify behavior. That's that that it causes friction in a relationship. It comes from the south node. So when my Scorpio's out known when I get to like psycho it's will psycho drama Marai start wanting to like a manipulator control. Even if it's four someone's highest good I say to myself Darah. Keep your eyes on your own plate. You're beautiful pottery. Torres played. Keep your nose out of their business. So mine happens in relationship. Everybody when they listen learn their south no behavior under it may take time they might get like Yeah doing that and get the cringe. So is so helpful when relationship and yet they've been if somebody ready has the north node where you're south note is it just means that you can share. They can excel in place that you're supposed to step away from very interesting. Yeah okay okay. So let's move on to talking about Astro geography and I think this is so fascinating are also learn about this recently. So what is it and will you would find. Interesting is your punks way like I am and all of this. We have so many similarities. But basically it's the astrology strategy a place eight as the function of the world so for example you may be living on Mars rising line and you may have a lot of Dr Athleticism awesome in. You can move your projects forward if you want more fame and reputation like in funkaway in your home. There is a place ace on the war on the map that correlates to it's your son mid heaven mind so there's places where you can access will you where you will be seen and have a wider audience audience. So there's ways for love Venus descending so the premises is that what planetary energies. Are you swimming in where you are. Because as you know people come to me. If they're having issues the first thing I want to look at is what's going on where they're living. I lived on Nederland for ten years and I'm an enterprising artist. The always doing something and I got nothing done and I had so many spiritual essence and I was having such a hard time and visited. California is twenty years ago and has it's like I feel pretty here. I feel creative handle happy here and I came home and I was like I felt Blah and then I said to an astrologer my astrologer at the time she said. Oh Yeah of course you feel good in California to Jupiter Line and I had it was a big battle to get here. But she said and when you get there thousands of people will want to hear what you have to say. It's Jupiter rising and win. You know it. That's exactly what happened so I was the same person and but in a different place. So what I've discovered from Astro. It's called Astro cartography traditionally Jim Lewis is the man who came out with the computer computer programs so that we can all access it and it's a trademark name so I call it astor geography. The basically developed a mini course so people could do it themselves. uh-huh because wouldn't it be amazing that every time you get invited to a wedding or you are dreaming of a place you can find out why it's usually what your soul needs so I don't want anyone to bear living on Pluto line. Your soul chose great transformation. Wherever you chose Saturn you need discipline and perseverance? And when it's time to move you can use those energies to help you. But somebody WANNA move or they can't or they can't travel or maybe their son may would have in line. Maybe it's an award torn place or somewhere that they're really not gonNA visit. The beauty of this is just the way we conclude our eyes and imagine. If we're we're in cold weather and we want to feel the sun we can close your eyes and remember what it was like to lie back on Hot San with the sun baking us the same thing. The the premise goes for astro geography. Is that if I want to access the Venus energy that I have in India I need to look at a sorry. Have the fabric. Averick eat some Indian food tracing music so you can call in energies that exist for us so the premises. Ideally if you're on a hardline go visit is it a place to imbibe yourself at that energy and bring it home but you can also connect with me most so for example you have unbelievable league big. I'm getting chills. The store repel Astra geography. Is that you have fame and reputation. You have a son mid heaven line and I would love to discuss us what this means that a future day but son his fame arguing mid heaven is notoriety and being written about and I think you had another everyone was like extraordinary and it's running through the east of China. Oh Interests Dat. Yeah Yeah so you would know that you would have great the audience. There were ready to release something it would be to be or a good place to channel and now in this day and age we get to connect with communities these agents people. INSTAGRAM IRS influencers anywhere. So it's really good even if you're not gonNA move to.
The Insider's Amalfi
"When you dream of a change of scenery I'll bet it looks a lot like the Mafia coast of Italy. It's famous for the scent of lemon trees and breathtaking ocean views from a white-knuckle highway high above the jagged slopes of the soren team peninsula end long grew up in small town Illinois fell in love with an Italian from Sorrento and she's made that area her home since she joins us an insider's view for exploring the Amalfi area and nearby without being at the mercy of an endless crowd. Fellow sightseers and welcome. Thank you very much. I'm glad to be here rick. Now and you live in the Mafia coast. Yes have you noticed How does it deal with congestion? I mean everybody's wild about the mafia cost. Everyone wants to see it. It's one of the main things that when you coming down to my area. POMPEII and the Alfie Coaster. Too Big stops while you know when I think about it of all the places I could stay with a tour group Sorrento. You could spend a lot of nights there I think because from that home base you can see Capri you can see leave. You can see POMPEII and of course you can make that excursion done the Amalfi coast tight. Everybody wants to go to the famous places on the Amalfi the town of a Mafia Pussy Tano Rebelo but there must be another dimension because even parking your car is like impossible in a multi. It's become impossible. It really has become impossible on those seems to be the cities that are more advertised to the American market. That they're familiar with the name. But there's so many places between those cities and passed. I following the same drive and you're even extending it even as far as Salerno so there is that drive. It's the coastal highway one. Oh One kinda that's exactly right. It is a narrow road with a lot of buses. I remember they had a situation. What was the deal? One day everybody will go north and the other day everybody go south or what is that. They they tried with smaller buses. This is that now. You can't go with anything longer than a certain things so that they could pass correctly then the guy to the alternative license plates then they got to the permits that you'd you'd have to apply for a permit and now it's one way can go down but they have to come back a different way. They can't come back the same way. Oh I didn't know that okay so it is north to south and then you can go back inland top and come back on the tollway from Salerno. Okay this is travel with Rick Steves. We're talking with Enron. We're talking about out for adopted neighborhood. The mafi coast. Why is there so much intrigue about the Amalfi Coast? What is it about it that brings all the people are so they're they're very very well advertised for fashion for food for the Liebmann cello for pottery and just the spectacular very high end restaurants and hotels when he puts a ton of it was like made for jeters just a gorgeous tiny little Kabul town? But it's got all these design shops and the yachts on the ads that that are outside of Posey. Tommy you gotta get to know somebody down at the port so that you know who's in town. Oh my goodness so as just part of the rabble who does never yacht you can be stuck stuck outside the town wondering why can't get it in. So where where would you go. That's not one of the famous places so of course it. You certainly want to see the whole Amalfi coast but once you get to Amalfi Oh fi you can whether you you're driving you continue on or if you take the public bus you just swap and you can go further on me. Noti and my Odi are called minor in major ager. Those are beach communities that are very well known with Italians but not so much with the foreigners and my experience in Minori is that there are a lot of big simple simple hotels that have affordable room very likely to have his body. Yeah a little bit cheaper. Prices minority am I am or I and then the sister city Meharry Meharry M. A. I. O. R. is that literally major and minor yes named after the branches of a river and then from there. You've got access to a Nice beach very nice beach sir. My odious major is the largest beach flat beach much better than Posey. Tanno much better than a mouth. Isn't that ironic. Cheaper people go go to the beach and they go to Positano and they don't get nice pay three times. The amount and I would think minorities just half an hour away from some of these other. Famous prices exactly act on a public bus. A public bus and the bus would come by every Roman history. There are women remains in that town of minority as well. So it's not just that you go there for a beach you can have a walk around and have a look at the history now. There's a very popular walk that goes from up in the hills in Rabelo down to Amalfi the town It's it's just dramatic. Walk talk a little bit about the hikes possible in the mall. Fico straight we have a again they sell hiking maps that take you all either horizontally right across the mountain or up and down and of course our most famous one is the pathway of the gods that starts up above mouthy heads in finishes above Posey channel. So you've got the sea in front of you the whole time while you're walking for the kind of Hecker that likes to have gravity be on your side. You can take a bus or taxi up to the tonight you start at the top and then working down and then work your way
"noti" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Columbine rooms rooms over at discord dot L. R. N.. Donna them so feel free to hop in to one of those. If you want to sound almost like you're sitting here in the studio with us and tonight it's me Ian. It's Vincent and Chris Alright. So coming up Vincent. You're GONNA be telling us about a police. Chief who was caught ought with a fake accounts on twitter. He was using to troll people online. We will talk about that and why it matters interesting being. We'll get into it here. Plus you can of course share your calls and thoughts. Chris you WanNa talk about AIRBNB and legalities court decisions surrounding government regulations around them. There is a very interesting story out of Europe. Yes and we're GONNA get into that all of course you can call in bring up whatever you want though to start things out. We've got an update on Edward Snowden of course as you know the whistle blower made headlines in two thousand thirteen. Can you believe it's already been more than half a decade aid Since the SNOWDEN revelations came out while it has and He wrote a book and there was some speculation when that book came out that it may a be targeted by the federal government gang. Because there's some sort of rule that they have that allows them to just take people's book prophets and it's under certain circumstances. We'll get into the story here from reason. Dot Com a federal judge in Virginia has ruled that the US government has the authority to seize the proceeds of Edward Snowden book because he failed to submit the book to the CIA. I and the National Security Agency for what they call a pre publication review to analyze any classified information printed within. See if if he would've just gone through the right channels and submitted his manuscript. Yeah right like the ruling by Liam. O'Grady judge of the Eastern District Court of Virginia is a perfect encapsulation of the letter of the law. And also the bizarreness of its applications Noti- book called Permanent Record. Documents is decision to blow the whistle on the NSA secret surveillance and mass unwarranted collection of Americans communications data. He is currently a fugitive from the Department of Justice. Living in Russia charged with espionage. Although many Americans including I think all the hosts on this show. I don't want to speak for you. Guys see him as a hero. I think you did good work. I think it's a fair assessment. Yeah what do you think Vincent I never really. I was pretty young when it happened. I never really the What were you like thirteen or something? Yeah Yeah but I think that was before I was even regularly using the Internet toll toll thirteen how could you be a young person. In this day and age not regularly used the Internet Diet. We had dial up for really on so I went to high school and then when I got into the high school I said to my I said to my mother I said Look I get enough. You're yeah you're like you're like one of these people selling dialup modems. That's amazing. Wow I wonder. What percentage percentage of teenagers these days are still on dialup? It's got to be really really small. It probably is but it's probably it's probably somewhere might not be ten percent pitch somewhere close to ten percent maybe higher in rural areas and you were kind of in a more rural no no. This was in Hanover New Hampshire. Now I'm on my my mother. She she just as you said. Oh well we don't need back because you know vows before streaming those before able before we had stream I see I see what you're saying so yeah because I mean there's been streaming video so for twenty years on the Internet. It wasn't great twenty years ago but they had. Yeah so anyway. It documents decision to blow the whistle and snowden since former work agreements with the CIA. NSA are clear that he and any other employees must submit the contents of books or speeches for review. There's no exception to to account for him blowing the whistle on what many Americans see as misconduct. He still supposed to submit his book for review to the very agencies whose misbehavior he. He was revealing so in response to the book's publication. The Department of Justice Sued Snowden and his publishers demanding the money from both the book and from from Snowden public presentations. It seems very unlikely that Permanent Record would get a fair review from an essay but the rules. Don't Care O'Grady great. The judge even cancelled a planned hearing verbal arguments because he said they weren't necessary O'Grady notes in the ruling that quote. There is no genuine dispute of material. Fact Act publicly disclosed the type of information materials described above and permanent record and his speeches so he loses and the feds. We'll get to take the money that he would would have made from the book which is a New York Times best seller. So if I'm hearing this right. They basically denied. I'm a trial. Well I mean there was a hearing being sounds like hearing the judge ignored. Well there was a there were. There was no hearing for verbal arguments. I guess there were written arguments. That were we're made where they even read attorneys. Well probably not. The attorneys wanted to make a verbal argument and the they were declined. The opportunity the way I understand it is At least just from what to judge said is that this was already an established rule that he should have known when he signed the contract like the SEC like one of the Navy Seals who was allegedly involved in the bin Laden raid. Got In trouble for also. He wrote a book and didn't get it didn't get from your recollection didn't get the approval and and you know it was published and gone to a lot of trouble with the dod is not uncommon occurrence. It happens quite frequently actually on my read about different stories of this nature Just through AH just sheer ignorance. I mean I think it's more along the lines of they would deny you a public anyway so you can't really go and get approval anyway. There are circumstances where you might be able to. But like when we're talking about Snowden or you know we're talking about you know what's legitimate whistleblower as opposed to somebody writing about I don't know some other aspect that's just interesting but not necessarily revealing or outing government Military I have to wonder if SNOWDEN got an advance on the book because a lot of times when you're writer as I understand it. I don't know a whole lot about the industry but but if you're a a fancy big-name writer you know you can come to a publisher and say I'm going to publish this book. I want you to be my publisher and of course usually you know if you're a no Oh name writer. This product doesn't happen but if you've got the name Snowden certainly does They say well okay. Yeah you're worth this to us so we're going to give you this advance in then we'll take it out of your royalties or whatever you molly got a pretty big advance for his book. Yeah so I wonder if snowden Russian advance in which case they can't take that from him and then the publisher that's what I'm wondering is on the hook completely at that point because I presume the houses the publisher have any obligation in this. Because who'd question. I did the agreement it was between the basically snowed in and the government not between. That's an the publisher and the government. Therefore I wouldn't think that they would be able to seize money from the publisher up beyond what they are collecting or continued to collect. That would otherwise go well the DOJ apparently snood a snood sued food both snowden and his publishers. They were party on the case and there is the ruling against noted or was it against the publisher as well sounds interesting so it's the same case so case but usually they'll only end up with like one party where it's actually like decide is how do I say this is liable. Liable Affect Viduka via publisher was also listed us but defended. That's correct right but usually usually they'll they'll just name anybody and everybody in a lawsuit and then decide later. Who is like actually responsible? The government is entitled to summary Judgment As to liability on count. One permanent record contains is information which both the this is from the actual court ruling which the CIA and NSA agreements obligated snowden to submit for public pre publication review as a book permanent record is a writing and prepared material containing information proportionate the court it purports to discuss describing refer to inter alia government programs clandestine? CIA and NSA information CIA intelligence activities and classified. NSA materials the references to secret creek government programs and to CIA activities mentioned intelligence activities the description of clandestine agency information contained or maybe based on classified information and obtained in the course of Snowden employment and they go on with this here because both the CIA and secrecy agreements NSA. Secrecy Agreements Prohibit unauthorized publication and permanent record record discusses those types of information. The government is entitled to summary Judgment As to liability on count one and then they get into count to again how is how is that true for the publisher. I understand the snow but not necessarily yeah. It's not clear I'll see if I can dig a little deeper here but it just it sounds like both of them are are being held liable. It doesn't make any sense to me. There's more coming up here moments. Well it's the government it is talk you love Bitcoin. It's the future right. Well no not if everyone stops using it I mean think about it. How many places in your town take bitcoin one none? Let's be real if this bitcoin thing is ever going to happen. It's going to need your help..
"noti" Discussed on KTOK
"It happens. It happens here. Newsradio one thousand KT. Okay. So Jim Carroll. I I once asked a street magician who was a mental list what the difference was between being a magician in a mental listing. Noti told me. He said a magician tricks. You a mental mental makes you trick yourself. I don't know if that's true. But I thought okay, I kind of it is true. I yeah. It it really is. My you know, what you hit me right on the head when you played Allentown by Billy. Joel good. Including the steel factory. Right. You worked there out of highschool or something didn't you? Well, yeah. Worked at peplum still write that down in Allentown right out of high school. And and then and then what do you talks about the USO? I'm doing. I mean, that's song is about me. It's crazy. Yeah. I I worked in a steel mill in and I got married in. I ended up when I got laid off like the Billy Joel song goes, I I didn't know what to do. So I took my wife's Avon and went door to door by us sticking my finger. Wraps in Bendon steel, bikes and doing card tricks and. But but let me unpack I got an impact that because I saw you talking about that on a YouTube video that you took your you took your wife's Avon account, basically, and you started going door and he started doing card tricks. I'm assuming that's because you use that as an entree to get people to start buying from you. Yes. Yes. And I met a magician down Bethlehem Steel when I worked there. I I didn't even do magic before I went to steal and he had a magic shop, and I would spend like one fourth of my paycheck there every Saturday. Thank goodness for that. Because it's great who knew what would become this. And it was an amazing ride. I mean, there was a lot of fun. And I mean, I even got nicknamed magic down at Bethlehem Steel before Magic Johnson. With. But but but you did. So you used magic as an entree in the data the door to door salesman business when that was still a thing. Yes. And it works really, really. Well, I I don't know if that women felt sorry. I I became the biggest selling Avon guy, probably only guy. And then here I am like five thousand shows later what what happened was a bunch of women wanting to do bigger show bigger presentation. Right. Big screens back then they didn't look as good as they do today. Right. Being on the card that I hadn't thought about a thousand women, and wow, it just took off. I never thought that would become a grit. Never in a million years that I think I become an entertainer. And then we'll the here. You are. Yeah. Yeah. Well, so so Bethlehem Steel worker to Avon door to door salesperson to magician to entertain entertainer in a broader sense. You've had a great career. Jim Carroll is going to be talking with us until we do go to open lines coming up, and I, but I think in a way like that. That's that part of your career now that I thought was even much more interesting. You are I mean, you sort of a motivational magician is that right? I mean is that a thing where you you're very positive person? And you use Mitch magic now or the mental ISM in a different way to to encourage people to fight memory loss or definitely. Yeah. Especially especially the the wounded warriors from PTSD traumatic brain injury and things like that. But but how it started was? I mean, you gotta understand. I didn't go to Cal. I went to a community college. And I was a criminal Justice major and. And I walked out of college. I mean, I I in high school. I I think I was the only one high school to get an f minus one. I it do. Well at all. I did I I was real shy backwards. I was a different guy back then. And now today I'm teaching I'm helping MIT students, and I it's an amazing ride. I'll tell you let me tell you. How would happen though? So so wipe was good. I was going around the country doing these shows, and then in nineteen ninety I got lucky, and I told this story to George wants about telling everybody to play to to two on the Pennsylvania daily number two came up, and then everybody nicknamed me psychic madman. I'll I'll neither scientific nor madman the madman came from the steel mill and sticking my hand and bear traps and Bendon spikes, right. So I I stuck with that that the title, and then and then everything happened at the age of forty nine about determine fifty. I had these chest pains I went to the doctor and put me through tons of tests and finally at cardio echo. Oh and everything else. And they told me I had cardiomyopathy. And at the time. I didn't know what that was. I what is that? You get the heartbeat of ninety three year old, man. I go. Wow. See? That's that's cool. I'm forty nine. Anymore? Great news. He goes. Yeah. You haven't in. He goes, you have an enlarged heart. I what did you go? There's the good news. I got a big heart. He goes, no. This is serious. And I still didn't wanna take it. I went home. I told my wife, I said, no, more cheese steaks. No, more Jakko hotdogs, you know, living there. I mean like, you wouldn't believe all this food. And so I thought well, I'm going to start doing this exercise by myself shape here. So I start pedaling away on his bike. And it was boring is impossibly be. And I didn't know what to do. I knew I had to do this fight. And so I took out my playing cards, and I started looking them and started memorizing the cards, and I'm like, wow, I looked down on my bike, and wow, an allergist passed. So it was really a good thing to do. So I did this every day. I would look to my car and start trying to memorize orders of parts like like five times six at a time together all these patterns, and I came up with a system of celebrities that is beyond belief. I don't know how much you about memory techniques. Like, no monarchs and stuff, but they have this thing called one is a gun to issue three's a tree. That's pretty cool. But how would I memorize fifty two cards, and I wanted to memorize fifty two cards that was like my passion I had to do that while I'm on his bike. So I took out people magazine. And I memorized one hundred celebrities at the time male celebrities at work. Yeah. English. There's at the time and like, Michael Jordan. So I put Michael Jordan at number twenty three on the list. You know, Brad Pitt. He went on to because Brad Pitt two syllables d for Brad Pitt. So I put them in places record easily memorize them, and that became my anchor system. So once I memorized all the celebrities to the numbers, it was so much easier to memorize the playing cards because the cards became celebrities, then I came up with actions. And then I put it in locations. I Mike, well, what kind of locations could I put him in like, you know, people lotteries memory guys, Roman room and different things. We can get into that later. But I wanted to come up with something really unique. So I started memorizing all the countries in the world. So I put the countries to the celebrities, and like, Chris rock became Costa Rica, almost sounds like I rock was very clever thing that I did. And before you know, it what I started doing to keep from being bordering, the bike became something. That was so incredible. And today, I call it. My mental matrix is just it's amazing. Like, the one hundred celebrities became a hundred movies became two hundred countries. And I started memorizing pi like a hundred digits pie every day on the bike. You know, like three one four or five nights. I. Mean I'm talking I converted short term memory too long term memory so quickly. Founding. But. I might say well good for you. But that's also is just maybe the way in which you're hardwired you have that ability. And I who have I play a lot of memory games. I play a lot of things where the sort of brain activity games. I do that all day long. But I I I've noticed that as you mentioned celebrities like I the other day, I could not remember Robert divall. I was trying to just trying to describe a scene that actors. And I could for whatever reason Robert Duvall known for a million years. I could not see his name. And so I'm afraid with your system. I would probably blurt out like Jack of hearts or something that, you know, the because that's all I can remember. So how does that help that idea of being able to memorize how does it help anybody? I mean, I get it. But I I want to know like where does that actually turned into some where the rubber hits the road being able to memorize long lists of things. Well, well, I'll explain because now. I'll skip through those story and give right into what I do with this. Some of the wounded warriors at Walter Reed down in Bethesda, and my my sweetheart friendy lane riders who's the president CEO USO metro since the days of Bob Hope, I mean, she's just a wonderful, wonderful gal. And she she was bringing me down there every month. And I would set up a class rights help the wounded warriors with the P T S, they call it some people say PTSD, and then the traumatic brain injury. So the one gentleman I won't get into names came up, and he goes, Mr. Carol could I take your class, I go sure I go, I go. Why do you even ask you what the doctor said, there's no hope for my memory. Well, first of all doctor should never tell you that. That's nice. And you're right. What am I t's yet? One of my pieces, hoping call it ESPN ESPN is the key to brain health. I don't mean the sports network, right? I'm guessing. Your brain and your body s for proper sleep is the most important of positive positive positive energy and saying something negative. That's not helping an end for nutrition. So I said sure, you can take the course he comes through. The course I taught him the basic stuff the first day, we give them giving give everybody thirteen celebrities can memorize not a hundred like I did. And the reason why give the celebrities because it's much easier to remember information to the celebrity, but you have to put a little effort to memorizing the celebrities. So and after you, you you learn a celebrities, then you learn the first thirteen states of the union and ninety percent of the people don't know the first thirteen state of the union. And so like like if you knew Denzel Washington is number one on my list, and the reason easy to remember there is because Washington was the first president. Then you'd remember that Delaware was the first. State just visualize Denzel Washington crossing the Delaware. Not watch it when they get funny and Greg. And that's how you remember. And Brad Pitt. He's number two on the list. So therefore, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is the second state. It's a very clever system that I'd divisor as really really cool. But to make a long story short Brett comes in the next class. And there were about seventeen people in the class. And I'm like who wants to some of the people are like students and medical students and things like that Brett raises his hand. I'm like, why are you gotta be kidding high the head any names, the first thirteen states of the union that was so I mean, yeah, that's great. That's priceless to me. To be able to do that. So any doctor that says, there's no hopers memory man were they wrong right there. So the first thing I do as a reward is. I teach you how to count cards. All right because that is a very clever thing that I came up with this a very easy system. You know, like the movie bringing down the house, twenty water, whatever it was the book, and I teach a basic system. And so when he learned how to count the cards what is due for built up his self esteem. Because now he's showing all his buddies. Hey, look what I can do it improved. Drastically improves his memory, the focus. It enhances your focus because you have to focus on every single card. You're looking at did you terminate cows and most importantly, in my opinion. Now, it also stimulates neurogenesis neural plasticity, which I did not know any of these. I don't even think I think that's beyond opinion. I think neuroscience would already be agreeing with you that we can we have the ability to rewire ourselves, but it has to be through kind of a constant intentional kind of therapy. Like that. Is that just going to be driving looking at trees, you have to memorize all of the trees, and you have to try to get yourself thinking in sort of exercising your brain that way? Again, exactly. And and what I do is. I add I get the passion out of you. I don't I don't just show you how to do it. I I make I make passionate. I make it that you want to do this like if I sat with you for an hour. I get you never. I never forget the ball's. Nah. I mean, it's I mean, I get it that you wanted to do it. You know what I mean? It's not like I really put a lot of things. And what would I do? It's is it true that you've memorized the scrabble dictionary. That's that was one of the let me tell you. Why did that we used to you know, when when when I'm home, you know, with the family and everything else, you know, what I'm not on the road. I like the play. I always liked to play board games. Right..
"noti" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Vacation plan six years. So there for that. It's an alien that comes every six years the movie's called jujitsu. So I'm led to believe that nNcholas cage is preferred fighting sellers June. And he just jujitsu against an alien that has a timeshare but every six years every six years the Olympics. Exactly. All right. Let me see if I have anymore, not Stu gods. Would you go to prison for two years? Or would you take a half court shot? So here's here's the thing. Consequently. Is that a plea that can jump out right now because I think he'll serve just to protect himself from future jail. I'm giving you ten half court shots ten two years now. No jail time. If I promise you right now, you can take two years just very lean Slade, whatever it is that you're hiding. Whatever's skeletons you have Langas Lee deal, man. I'm in a good deal. And he sort of tax evasion. Fraudulent business to get salted attorney, Mike Verdy agreed to. All right now. Here's the original couple years is the original noti, the original not is I give you ten half court shots, you make one of them. I'll give you two billion dollars billion with a B. You you miss all them. You have to go to jail jail for two years. Such an easy. Two years. Isn't the only one that thinks is easy. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. You gotta make one out of ten half court shot one out of ten for two million dollars, and you can practice think about all the memories, you're gonna miss in two years in jail from your kids. Right. Ten shots. Think about all the time. You don't have to spend with rage..
"noti" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"He will give you a basketball card is we want to try out a new segment just for you and everybody listening, but just for you. Are you ready? Sure. Do you want to know what that the segment is? Yes, it's a Chris Cody segment because people love Chris, Cody is he dressed he's wearing clothes for this one. Even though if you were naked might add to this. It's basically the same thing is making Chris now that now that we think about it. Okay. It's called Chris noti, Chris not we just go through Chris cody's notes. So you're here we go. It's our first Chris, not fun music. I try to come up with things to talk about. And we don't always get to them. So I have a bunch of things written down that we haven't gotten to. So we're just going to go through some stuff have a little fun. We'll Thursday fund the Thursday that feels like a Friday because our event today kinds of loose feel. Yeah. Dining that wasn't in the notes stuffed up. Feel free by the way to just dropping things off the top of your head to the script. Don't don't do that Chris noti? All right. I note last week you should say, I not personality the last work in this house together last week, Mike asks Ron McGill about his dog at home. And he said, you know, my wife, my dog seems to really love my wife, and I think it's because early on in the dog's life, my wife fed the dog, and I didn't really beat him in. My question to Mike is why were you feeding your dog early on in its life? Because my wife was feeding it because we had different schedules. She would be up first and the dog would get the food in the morning. That is exciting an answer. You anticipate. He's when we were working in the afternoons and daddy got to sleep in a little bit seven eight six eight three seven. Thank can. I can I add a question to. Do you refer to yourself as daddy because you have a dog. That's where you might ask. If you refer to yourself as daddy because you have a dog. I'm sorry. I'm trying to get our esteemed guest, you know, it's hard engineering and producing and in carrying the burner content today. Well, we have a very special guest that I have to dial into all right moving on. Daddy, did not answer the steady calls himself daddy around baby Roma just around the dog. I know daddy calls itself. Daddy live. This next thing is a vending machines this next not is a vending machine question for you guys. See kind of dates back to the old Salvini machine. I don't like these new vending machines. This could be a back in my day or new vending machines where you put your credit card as opposed to back in the day when you put change dollar bills. And nowadays, I mean, I think you still have the option to do cash, but all these things have the high-tech card. So a lot of people don't use cash coins anymore. All right. Let's imagine it's a sixty five cents soda. I remember when cans or sixty five. They might still be five cents. It's I remember when they were fifty cents regardless. Let's say we're buying a Coca Cola can fifty cents. So I throw in a dollar. All right. I press coke. The coke gets released to the bottom. My chains gets released. The question is gentlemen..
"noti" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Best of all, this income can be protected from inflation and other financial woes. But as my friend, Sean Hannity warns you need to be very careful when evaluating different annuities because not all annuities are the saying. And he's right. All right. So rod we've gone over the pros of of annuities. Rod what are the cons of? Well, despite the many advantages of annuities, they do have some downsides. Not all annuities are created equal the financial planning community views some annuities, particularly some of these variable nodes as being well, maybe not so good. They also like fixed index to what as being what many financial advisors consider the ideal solution to a retirees need for guaranteed income fixed and fixed indexed, and they have a very good reputation. However, some annuity products are viewed as snake oil, really an unnecessary inexpensive product. It's very important that you understand the various features and terms that apply to annuities. For example, we mentioned this earlier. There are some variable annuities a variable noti cannot guarantee your principal against stock market losses. They just can't they're basically a bunch of of mutual funds. Into an annuity contract. Now, I don't recommend variable annuities, and there are many reasons why we're not gonna get into all those in today's show. But I recommend that you steer clear. I steer. I would steer clear of anybody. Who recommends a variable annuity to you? You know in return for the retirement incomes certainty provided by fixed annuities or equity index annuities. You forgo the opportunity to make bigger returns by investing your money and assets the fluctuate in value. Like stock a fixed annuity is considered to be a safe and conservative investment. But this means that you will not see all the possible gains. And of course, losses of a riskier investment like the stock or bond market and some annuity contracts do have high fees, we mentioned variable annuities..
"noti" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"I it is it is it it's a profound release to be abused. In a context. That's entertaining. Is it not? Thank you. You get it. I do you know, you know, it's it's difficult mccarter. It's difficult. You're a great writer. I've never been a great writer. My thing was improving, and my thing was, you know, just going full. But the thing is weird. Is that you, you know, I've been I've, you know, in in a moment because I'm a club comic by nature of not some off guy came up, you know, in crowd work with something I needed to know how to do. And I can do it. Right. And I, you know, it's like it's a little Etta character for who. I am really. But it's reflex. And I do it and there've been moments where I'll do it and I'll realize like the whole. Hooters? I started. That was a little much. But you know, and then like right after I do it after I get like that was crazy what just happening all policies. Well, kind of I'll try to be diplomatic on stage. But, but ultimately what my grandmother used to go. She used to like to go see. You know, she'd say like I 'cause I love Betty, but he acted when I was young and she would say go him in Vegas, but he's very filthy or you ever see him now. Oh, unbelievable. And she would go, see Rickles. And but she remember she said this to me, and my grandma Goldie, she goes, you know, after the show he pouches. Very nice. Yeah. It does a song. I'm nice guy to me like he like after the show. He would you know, actually apologize. But every show was exactly the same. Alan king and Vegas who I don't like that much. I didn't like that much. I respect that. But like it was like you sleepwalking. Yup. And it was it was this pointing to me. So this new show. Yes. How many do you do ten twelve doing thirteen and we just got the back nine yesterday doing a full season? And it's we're really having a ball. I'm loving it. You know like you. It's part of an insufferable. Yeah. And Terron killin for Messa knows the lead. And he's terrific. And late miester is brilliant from gossip girl. It's really a good show. And it's about single parents. And and a group of people that are kind of thrown together, socially, not that they would ever hang out with each other right because their kids do right? And I've been a single parent for a long time. And you find yourself in these, you know, niches at you're like, I don't know if I could go to that birthday party added, Tom again, you know, and you. About you never thought you which is why you're live in grand wonderfully. Don't have to worry about that idea. More people say that to be used to. Yeah. It was at the vet yesterday with fucking cat. Right next to me talking to me about you, like a writer, she's Filipino woman older woman. And she goes, you got children, and I go, I don't go for you. It's true, very difficult. It's very I mean, you know, it's a lot. But the material you relate to. Oh, yeah. Big time. And he's still do voice over work. It was still do some voice over work. And I wanna say as we close here that, you know, once I gave you the note, you know, he stayed on the Mike and I appreciate up salute. You know, you're never too toll to learn. What I tell everyone and really an honor to be a man just happy for you. That's getting me. Thanks, man. Hasn't been easy to get on the show. Is that true? Oh, it never said. Noti is diff-. No. I don't want to get into it..
"noti" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Based on who we think we are as people could be very insulting who who wants to start who wants to be up for guessing. I'm happy to do it. Because I'll go to a mine. Is your personal manner? A woman a woman. I'm gonna guess. Yeah. Yeah. You do really know me better than I know myself. I have something I have to tell you, Shannon. I didn't actually have a top ten list. Kellyn in Callan because she was somebody who. Is really smart, and I think is really capable and did end up having a lot of emotions come out. And while she was playing, and I think that I would want to say, oh, I wouldn't be emotional that way. But I totally would be she was going through a lot of life changes at the same time that I was and she was somebody who I really related to. So I had to pick. Helen. With myself. Really impressive. All right. Put my let's see, Shannon. If you can go to for to who did I pick. There's a lot of you might like. Yes. White men on survivor. I don't want to be okay. I'm going to do it. I'll just say it. I'm going to say Jacob do. That's actually a pretty good guess on. It's probably actually how I would assume my own survivor game with go. No offense Jacob. But no, I did not say Jacob Derwin though, actually under good surprising amount of our survey. Responders also said. Lots of pretty funny. Like a lot of people said, Bradley, I'm like, what are you guys though? Many fam- thing that is correct. I literally have a message because I was trying to think earlier because we talked about this before. And I was like things would pop up as we were talking about people. I said Sam crossed with Jacob. Literally what I have written down. So I was half. Right. Just Sam cub. That's who. I am essentially survivor player. Yeah. I mean, I feel like Sam is somebody who had a pretty good head in the game. But I think he was mostly from an editor perspective for the snark. And for the goofiness of it, all and honestly the way I would probably play is like a complete troll of the game and just being a big old goofball, which I feel like Sam was especially in the moments that you talked about before Liana. So I feel like that Hughes closest to me personally. Okay. Get me. Man, I'm going to say tests from survivor. Hey, g my. Leon did get it. Right. Leon thing going? I got I'm really loving us to answer. This question that I realized that I relate Monica, and maybe that's why I'm defensive. I'm really learning. A lot about myself brought up some personal who needs therapy when you have surveys. Yeah. Sh come on. We could do this. Yeah. So you relate to her because you feel that very similar, Shannon that what you think what will both ustralian what both parents, but both in the beauty industry demographic. I don't know. I just see myself in her. But then I feel like this possibly light. Gabby in terms of the mole like noti Hupa fan writer hide of things. So I feel like I'm like a Gabby. Ethan Hawke movie Gabby. Speaking of Gabby, obviously, very scattered set of results across one hundred players, but be majority or plurality of people said they related to Gabby the most it was very David versus Goliath Centric..