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"old england" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

04:39 min | 2 months ago

"old england" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Purchase the new battle pass will be able to play as the doom slayer from ID's doom and doom eternal. Geralt of rivia. Well, it's one of those where I was getting caught up because, you know what I mean? I want to say Riviera for some reason, because that's more familiar to me than rivia, but you know how it is. Anyways, your boy, girl. We'll also be available as an in game game later in the season. Augmented abilities are the biggest change to the gameplay of Fortnite. Now, at certain intervals during a match, players will be offered the choice of two random reality augments. These augments give the player certain benefits such as making certain weapons reload faster or the ability to redeploy for the rest of the game. The longer a player remains in the match, the more augments they can collect. Fortnite Battle Royale now makes use of Unreal Engine's 5s, newest features, such as nanite, lumen, virtual shadow maps, and temporal super resolution via Unreal Engine 5.1. You didn't even talk about the biggest thing. Deck is in the game. I didn't write the goddamn report, but I did see on Twitter. I did see her, maybe the subreddit today, every flipping out that your boy's in there. He's not in there yet. I imagine. It's one of those things. There's a tears after level 100 or whatever. I imagine that'll be unlocked later in the season or something. Sure, fair enough, fair enough. Now here's where I want to start, Greg. Hold on, I think Kevin's out there watching it with a guest. Kevin, I need you to come in here at some point and give me a four night run down. But yes. I am utterly blown away by this update. I saw Cameron Kennedy Barrett I put in the dock, right underneath the trailer link. I'll link to some tweets. The camera was doing. And I didn't believe what I was looking at. The game looks incredible. Shadow maps and temporal. It really is, though. It is absolutely the most impressive glow up for a game ever. Yeah. Like I remember when we first saw Minecraft with RTX and it was like, damn, this is absolutely wild. But like looking at this, I thought that this was like Photoshop when I saw it last night. And then I saw the trailer and I'm like, oh my God, it's real. Kevin, have you played any of this new Fortnite because you're the biggest Fortnite fan in the office? No, I haven't. I was supposed to play with Joey yesterday and we went to the Dickens fair. Got home. First off, guys, if you go to Instagram dot com slash kind of funny, Kevin. And check out this motherfucker's drip for that. I would think you very much. And then she had to update and she was like, let's play later and I texted her and she broke my heart, but not responding. And I'm not gonna play with myself, you know what I mean? You're not losing it. You I downloaded it, Kevin. I'm in the season for the first day for two days, you know what I mean? And he's really good. Whenever they unlock him. Level a hundred, we hit it last month. Joey hit level 200. It's crazy. Joey crazy. Joey Cray Cray. Just incredible. Absolutely. Send it over to Barrett, because I want to see that thrown up there. He deserves this thing. The Dickens fair if you're not familiar, it's like, hey, we take over the cow palace, we make it look like old England and people come and they do like Charles Dickens and shit for Christmas. And Kevin bought a top hat, this whole fucking outfit. He looks like he's got damn. He looks like he's in the Bridgerton, you know what I mean? He already there, too. I guess he did the pressure. Kevin does a lot of cool shit. Anyways, does. Fortnite school. No, but dude, it's so much more than that. Like, look at this shit, dude. The thing about it, I saw the camera Kennedy stuff going through. The thing about it now is that we've crossed over so hard, even me who years two years ago was like, I realized we all accept Fortnite's awesome and cool, so it's no longer like you don't really talk about it. Like where to that point again, where it's just like, they're doing amazing shit, the game looks great. They're putting an augment. They change all this different shit. But I mean, Unreal Engine 5, man. Like this is it can make Fortnite look that incredible. Think about what it could do for every other video game. I am so excited for this future because damn. That is unbelievable. Look at Kevin, everybody. Kevin doesn't need Unreal Engine 5. Look how good he looks. When he invited me, I was like, no, because he's going to go all out, and I'm not going to go all out. And I'm going to feel like a loser, you know? Good lord. I wish I could hate Kevin but he's just too God damn good. He looks like he's the mayor of a town that he runs with an iron grip. Oh yeah, he's corrupt as fuck. Yeah, he looks like the mayor from Nightmare Before Christmas. Yes, that's what I was thinking. Yes, that's so fucking funny. Good for him. Number four in the rubber bullet. Number four Star Wars Jedi survivor will be released in March 2023 according to steam. This is Tom Ivan at VGC. The Star Wars Jedi survivor released it will be march 16th, 2023. That's according to the game's steam page, which has seemingly been updated ahead of the official announcement. Now, what I'd like to tell you ladies and gentlemen, if you're going back to one, please if you were an audio listener, driving your car. If you go back one image, Kevin, sorry, Barrett, now it's gonna fuck with the rest of the day. I read the headline of the thing.

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"old england" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist

Thank God I'm Atheist

06:51 min | 4 months ago

"old england" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist

"You know, since we're in the Vatican anyway, I'm gonna, I'll do this story. It is a story about. Now, we've reported recently that a group of bishops inside of Germany, Catholic bishops, have decided to try to sort of create a philosophical or an intellectual pathway by which the Catholic Church could modernize itself. They call it this sonata path. I don't know how you say it. I like it. I'm going to call it that. But this is a path that the idea is because look, the Catholic Church in Germany is positively hemorrhaging. Members. Like literally 360,000 German Catholics formerly formally left the church last year. Wow. Wow. That's a lot. Those are the ones that bothered to actually fill out the paperwork or whatever. Well, they probably don't want their tax dollars because I think Germany does that, right? Exactly. Yeah. Wow. So anyway, they're looking for ways. And of course, a lot of the problems are things like, you know, the church is not great with on women, the church is not great on gays, the church is not great on all of these things. And you know, these bishops are looking for a way to try to square that circle for them. Well, a Swiss cardinal who is a Vatican official at this point decided to chime in on that. I guess I just the truth is that I didn't see it coming. You know, you hear you hear this kind of comparison a lot, but usually when it's about when you're talking about someone who wants to be less shitty to gay people and women, you don't hear comparisons to Hitler. But in general, you don't get Nazi comparisons. For that. But in this case, yeah, cardinal Coke of Switzerland was, yeah, he basically what he was saying is that the protestants, the pro Nazi protestants, did the same thing, meaning they decided that they could. Find a new path for God. For God's teachings. Yeah. I don't know. I think when you are a Nazi, it's like it's good to call other people Nazis. Right? I mean, honestly, using a Nazi comparison for German bishops. Who are on the same team? Like, you are, that that is a blow. That is, that is strong. Right there. Well, I think there's also the last year or so. I've come to realize that everybody likes throwing this word around and it means something different to a lot of different people. They love people love being able to call other people Nazis. Yes. Like Russia calling Ukraine. It's insanity. They love it. Well, and Nazi has just become, it's been watered down to the point where it just means you're mean. Right, right. You know what I mean? I think we can blame Seinfeld safely from the soup Nazi. As soon as you start applying it to a soup kitchen, I think you've lost it. The Nazi thing has lost all sense to it. But yeah, apparently cardinal Coke is not backing down. He did, however, apparently apologized to anyone who felt offended. That's by the way, not how apologies. Wow. If you think you're making an apology and what your apology is, I'm sorry you felt offended. You happened to apologize. There's just a PSA for all of you out there. It makes me feel bad. Yeah. It's a shame that you felt that way. Oh, golly golly, all right. Is that all of that? Sure. I don't know. Well, over there in old England land. There's the famous Church of England. I've heard of it. Yeah. Sure. They recently got a new figurehead. Yeah. They did. And in 8 Jesus. Yeah, so back in 2009, they issued a report that was found to have some shortcomings about sort of the church's handling on cases of abuse. And so they redid the study and they just recently released the report. And they allowed this team of reviewers to go through massive trove of documents in order to track how abuse worked within the church and how the church handled abuse and they were able to dig up 400 new cases of cases involving actions by clergy, church officials and volunteers against children and vulnerable adults. They have concluded that the church suffers from a culture of deference, inertia, misogyny, protectionism, and victim blaming. AKA a church. No kidding, right? The fact that they're like, oh, yes, the Church of England suffers from a culture of deference. A hierarchical hierarchical organization, right? Right. People are showing people to leaders claim to speak for God at the top of it. Yeah. I think maybe you might have a problem with deference. Yeah. It seems to be inherent. And churches all around are just like, they're just shocked. They're just shocked and amazed. What? We

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"old england" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:34 min | 4 months ago

"old england" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"England. Not going to be so jolly. Freezing. Well, why don't you turn the gas on? Too expensive. Why? Because they don't make enough of it. Speaking of jolly old England, we're going to be like bob cratchit in ebenezer Scrooge's office over the warming his hands over the dang candle. Remember that? Yeah. By the way, that's the first Christmas reference of the year. We'd like to be the first to wish you a happy, happy, holiday holiday. Happy Halloween, everybody. I was in the store two weeks ago. And I looked up and saw the, you know, it was an entire section of Halloween candy and all of it. And I was like, no. Because they always put it out early. And I'm thinking to myself, well, it's inflation right now is inflation is killing everybody. And frankly, we all wait until the last minute. And I just wonder how many people are going to afford it. I mean, seriously, it's, and I know the retailers that it's the season, you want to whatever this is what you do. It's the time of year that they always do this. The big box stores already have their Christmas trees and everything on sale. Well, it's usually when you've got massive inflation, the consumer is going to, I remember as a kid, my dad was air force. My mom didn't work 5 kids. Dad got paid on the first and 15th, and we didn't put our Christmas tree up until the 15th. December 15th, not October 50. I remember as a, as a child, and this is why I relate to the Christmas story. Dad would go on and get a live tree and set it up Christmas Eve. Yeah, a lot of people did that back then. You would decorate it. That was part of the tradition was the family decorating the tree, Christmas Eve. You would set it up and it would be decorated Christmas Eve, not, and November 1st. And then the artificial thing came along, and it was the kids convincing dad to maybe put it up a week before. Yeah. But that's when you would leave it up. You know, growing up in the northeast Catholic conservative area. Actually, there were Catholic conservatives in the Catholic Irish conservative. That neighborhoods you actually, even when my dad put up the tree when it was a real tree on Christmas Eve, you keep it up until the, you know, January 6th. Feast of the epiphany. So everything wasn't taken down the first. Or the second. I probably most people do today. But it's substance Thanksgiving, or as you said, it's up on October 15th. Yeah. Exactly. It changed it has been, and by January 1st, I have my president's atria. My favorite joke right now at this time of the year is always the liquor store on the other day and everything was green. Green everywhere, and I said, you guys getting ready for Christmas already? They said, no, Saint Patrick's Day. Of course. But Home Depot normally has her stuff up in like early October. Yeah. So, no, I think there is going to be a different sentiment based on the affordability of it all. And I'm interested to see what the fourth quarter is going to look like. When it comes to Christmas shopping. Yeah. Right. Is it just going to be that retailers we were talking about this retailers preparing for it by doing everything they could to bypass the situation at the LA ports and opening and instead routing things through Houston, Savannah, and New York, New Jersey. But it's one thing getting into the shelves. It's another thing if the consumer, whether or not the consumer is going to be able to afford the same kind of Christmas. Can we judge the possibility or estimate what the Christmas buying season is going to be like at all? With this kind of inflation that nobody has seen for 40 years, which means the majority of a live human beings in the United States do not remember anything like this. There are a couple of things I think it's possible that many people cut back. And I think it's also possible that people look and say, okay, COVID is way behind us now. And also, I've struggled throughout the year and curtailed my spending. I'm not going to curtail my spending on Christmas. I'd rather spend it on Christmas and if you got kids and it's more of like an emotional buy. We're doomed so let's just spend. Yeah, I'm not going to let them I'm not going to let their actions spoil my Christmas. So I guess we'll see. 8, 6, 6, 90

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"old england" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:49 min | 4 months ago

"old england" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"We continue for some insane reason for some delusional reason To. believe that we can run this economy and we can provide the energy needs of this country with wind and solar. Hey, I'll say what former Obama economist said. It's almost insane. Remember, Larry summers said that. It's almost insane what we're doing. It is insane. Yeah. Why why are we determined and why are the majority of voters have they been determined to destroy our nation through slow energy economic and national security suicide? Why? So you can feel good? I'm telling you, it's just, but there you go. And they know federal government in New England. It's going to be problems or maybe blackouts. Why are you guys shutting down? Why are you shutting down consistent forms traditional consistent forms of energy that will provide you the heat and putting in inconsistent forms of energy? Why are you doing that? Right. Why would anybody do that? I have to ask a question to the people of New England wish to freeze to death? Is that something that somehow I'd missed the advantages of that? Is a pleasure and freezing? I missed. You can you can take a cue from old England. Who just lifted the ban on fracking? Yeah, because they realize we're not going to have enough. Jolly old England. Not going to be

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"old england" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

Box of Neutrals

02:37 min | 7 months ago

"old england" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

"The tube. Stratford. Westfield. You know, what's the pizza express? Is that the one? Oh, it's just, it was a long weekend. But license fee in the truck that goes around. It was so it was so extreme. Even the good folk who carried the Sky Sports F one, because the little known fact it's carried on. Well, now North Korea, North Korea, uno. And even they had to go. This is a bit much. Meanwhile, there's a Sunday military parade outside. North Korean. That's very good. That is very good. There was a sketch by I tweeted this out on Sunday. It got one like, I think, so people clearly don't vibe with it. My viral days are over. I put a name of the ice cream. We're very random shot. There were many things I could have cut to, but they were like, oh, and we're going to cover down, cut to someone. It's just a man anything at all. That's correct. Great. Keep in mind, the technological wonder that is Formula One. The massive operation fiber optic cables. Our effort and the compressors and all sorts of stuff and all that technology, millions, probably even billions of technology. Cut to a man eating an ice cream. Cried investment. There is a great fry and Laurie sketch. That's English, people will like that. Called just search fry and Laurie commentators or England, England will get you in there. Creamy old England. Yeah, it was just speaking of random shots as well before we do talk about the race. If you go back to the coverage and watch the anthem, by the way, don't know who did the anthem. They have no idea who he is. Great rendition. Yeah. Absolutely ripping in them. But if you look in the background, I think it's the start, like very opening the anthem. There's one other grid kids there, standing behind, you know, paying attention doing these national duty. And then he realizes he's still wearing his hat and I guess you've been to take off that hat for the end. And very sort of a shamelessly embarrassingly takes anyway. I thought that was a good clip with looking back on. Well, let's have a listen to how that rendition of God save the Queen went down..

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"old england" Discussed on Retire South Shore Radio

Retire South Shore Radio

21:58 min | 9 months ago

"old england" Discussed on Retire South Shore Radio

"Been trying to get back home over the last couple of years. So today, we're focusing on what we always do, how to help people, but in this case, things not that we suggest you do, but things you should avoid, traps, sins, if you will, of retirement that we want to avoid. Yeah, I mean, there's obviously some things that would be potential pitfalls for folks as they're getting ready to go into retirement. And most of our clients are baby boomers and they've enjoyed unbelievably great growth in their accounts during their working lives. I'm like, I was looking at the numbers on this. And I don't know if you remember back in the early 80s. Do you know what the Dow Jones was in the early 80s? I know it was not near 34,000. Thousand points in the early 80s. So it's just unbelievable the growth that has happened throughout this period of time. And for most people, they really kind of just put their head to the grindstone and they work and they put money away and that's wonderful. And then they get to the point where they're like, oh, you know what? Now I have to start thinking about when I don't want to work anymore. How am I going to spend this money out and you'd be shocked to know that a lot of baby boomers are really ill prepared and I don't mean to be negative, but the real prepared and I don't mean just that they haven't saved enough money. Some people, unfortunately, maybe haven't saved enough money, but they don't really understand how they can utilize the money, how they can spend the money besides just I take it out as I need it and kind of hope that it's going to last me. But we want people to have more confidence from that perspective. So I thought we would talk about some things to maybe avoid. And then things that you should be probably doing as you get ready to transition. Well, the all hands analysis approach where there are a lot of moving parts that can assist people on a daily basis is what makes what you do so efficient and important. For your clients and for others. But I think you're right. I think baby boomers and I'm one of them tend to be so busy booming and having babies. That we lose track and as you know, even though you're a bit younger than yours truly here, time starts to speed up a little bit when you're an adult when you have so many responsibilities. Oh my God, Jordan. Last week, when we got back, neve went my eldest went to her prom. I'm like, this is insane. I said to Laura and I'm like, our baby's going to the prom. It's crazy. So yeah, time does fly. And there is things that some of them are obvious, but there's things that you should definitely want to make sure you do or make sure that you avoid depending on what way you take what we're going to talk about now. First one's obvious, not saving enough money, right? I mean, it's so obvious, but it should still be said. You know, people life happens. Things happen. There's fun things that you could be doing and not being able to or not having the not having to discipline to put money away is not an uncommon thing. It's easy to be, yeah, I'll do it next year. I'll do it next week. I actually personally, because even though I'm in the financial business, I like to buy things too, and as you know, I love fishing, so you go down to the tackle store and you're like, oh, I love that. I want that. I should get this. Two of these and so I have this new rule for myself that anytime I want to buy something tangible, I weigh today. So I look at it. I see it. And I wait a day. And really the reason that I did it wasn't so much because of going into the stores, it's that it's so easy to buy stuff now. You don't have to get off your couch, you jump on your phone, you go to one of those big apps. And you don't have to put your credit card in. You just buy it. So that's my rule. And I would probably suggest everyone tries that. So you are able to save the additional money that you really didn't need to maybe buy every single thing that you saw. And I think it's important to add and this is something that you and I have talked about in the past. It's never too late to start saving, right? Of course not. Yeah. I mean, the best time to save the best time to plan is yesterday. The second best time is today, right? So no, it's never too late. And quite honestly, we have lots and lots of clients that are coming to the office and they're like, well, I'm already retired. Is it too late for me to do anything? Is it too late late for me to start looking at how I should save my money in? No, that's not the case at all. And I don't even mean continuing to put more money away. But you can save money by building out that tax strategy that we talk about all the time. And what's the best way to distribute this money, even if it's money that you don't need to spend today, it's going to be taxed at some point when you take it out. So does it make more sense to take some of it out now? Does it make more sense to wait until a little bit later? It really depends on everyone's situation. Talking here about things to be wary of. There's always something, but with the warning and good advice and updates certainly helps you prepare and speaking of that, there's an opportunity for you to get more specific answers to questions pretty quickly and pretty easily enough 15 minute, no obligation strategy call, one of the services offered by south shore retirement services, a 15 minute no obligation strategy called set it up by calling the office and make an appointment 7 8 one 8 three 6 four two one four or just as easy go to retire south shore dot com. It's a snap and so easy to schedule. So the first one is so obvious and yet we need to be reminded. Don't forget to save the money. Some of the money anyway. Most of them are so obvious. I think sometimes you hear it. We need to be reminded. I need to be reminded. I'm taking notes. What's number two? I think another one of the sins would be draining your retirement account or your savings too early. And sometimes that could mean multiple things. And I mean, that the 401k loan, you know, taking that loan and maybe not paying it back or starting to pull money out of your accounts while you're still actively working because you want to do X, Y, and Z, and you got to get that teed up before you get into retirement. Maybe that's fine. Maybe your strategy can handle it, and your money can handle it. But maybe it can't. And then going into retirement and spending too much money. And sometimes when we talk to clients, we're trying to look at budgeting out how much money they need. And they're in their minds budgeting out what we want to travel every single year for the first 5 or 6 years. So let's budget that on a monthly basis. And I say, well, maybe that doesn't make sense to do that. Maybe we just wait until you know where the trip's going to be. And then take a distribution from the account. So you're not pulling money out of accounts that are either unnecessarily taxed or they're doing well in the investments they're in or they're doing poorly in the investments they're in. And you took the money stuck it in the bank and then didn't ultimately spend it. So you're taking too much money out. So making sure that you're not on track to run out of money is paramount. Again, really obvious, but it's something that should be said. And so much of that involves the calendar and timing and planning, as you say, strategic planning that makes sense if you look at it long range, you'll still have enough money to do what you want to do. You just might want to do it on a different time schedule. Yeah, and it goes both ways. The idea of a sin would be draining it too quickly, but I think a sin would be not draining it enough, not taking enough money, not doing the things that you want to do because you're so scared about running out of money. To steal the retirement that you should be having for yourself, that's a sin in itself. And our strategies and our relationships with our clients, having continuous communication with them, allows us to keep reassuring them and things are good. Putting them kind of on warning if they should be pulling back in some way and they're overspending slightly. But staying in touch with them makes the job much easier. It makes the relationship much stronger and it puts everyone on the same page on a continuous basis. And when that page turns over to the next page, because something's happened in their lives, a grandchild was born, or they've they're eyeing a place in Florida, Vermont, New Hampshire, wherever it might be, and they want to get another house. And to have those conversations on a continuous basis means that nobody's getting some sort of surprise, you know, a year or two years after having seen your client the last time. For so many of us, it's not a question of just not having enough resources. Again, it's a question of how we space them out how we deal with that and the tax implications and so forth. And I keep coming back to the baby boomer rush and the fact that so many of us are type a's because we had the opportunity to really score and we did. But it's a mind shift as well as an occupation shift. You're no longer punching that clock, say, and you have an opportunity to relax and it's like a meditative practice when you get into retirement strategy planning. Take a breath because there's a lot of options for you. Yeah, no, you're not wrong. I mean, the money side and making sure that you're got enough money to be okay to do the things that you want to do is critically important as you transition, but also dealing from a psychological standpoint of having done something for so many years, and they're not doing it anymore. And it's all well and good to say, well, it's nice. It's time to relax, but that's difficult for some people to make that shift. But over time, I tell you that these people get into a groove and get really comfortable in retirement. I met a guy in a seminar that I did a couple of weeks ago, who I had met several years earlier. And when I met him several years earlier, he was working full time, you know, a big job at a local financial institution and meeting him a couple of weeks ago. I said, I said it to him. I wasn't even thinking. And I'm like, you're like a different person. Because I know it took a while to transition away from will that company be able to function without me there, then realizing it was able to function right him there was a difficult transition for him, but then realizing that he had so much more to do and to give and to enjoy in life than just that. And he transitioned and he just looked like a different person. It was crazy. Well, you just came back from a rather short hop overseas, what, ten days, less? I think it's like 8 days. 8 days. Those of us in the work world and I still am. When you come back from a vacation, you're out of sorts because you have to get back into the flow of things. Think of retirement as a nice long, beautiful vacation, and it changes the whole precept. It changes the whole concept I should say. And you know what? You raise a really good point that I didn't think about until you just said it. When I used to go away on vacation and it was just myself and Carol here running in the office. I would come back and the anxiety of coming back and everyone knows what I'm talking about the anxiety of coming back from being away and worrying about 5000 emails and what had to be done and I have this fantastic group of people here at the office that keep everything going, keep everything running with technology. I can still be basically virtually in the office when I'm not in the office so he coming back into the office after a vacation is a lot less stressful as it used to be and the reason I bring that up is that for people who are going into retirement that have a team that they're working with and they know that all right, well these things have been taken care of and these people are helping me navigate through how I'm going to get the resources to do the stuff that I want to do in retirement. Definitely takes the stress off of their shoulders. You can find out about the all hands analysis approach at south shore retirement services by visiting retire, south shore dot com. That's the website, and we will talk further with Mark right after these words. I need $85,000 a year in retirement. So how much do I need to save? The all hands analysis team at south shore retirement services in hingham gets this question quite often. The numbers are different, but the concern is the same. Will I have to worry about money in retirement? The answer is simple. It's different for everyone. And the folks at south shore retirement services know that and can help you. They're all hands analysis team will break down everything you need to know, so that you can enjoy a stress free retirement. With all of your needs taken care of under one roof. From retirement income planning, investments in wealth protection, tax planning, healthcare, and long-term care, legacy and estate planning and more. The all hands analysis team at south shore retirement services takes the worry off your shoulders, making sure that you and your family have a solid retirement plan in place. Schedule your freeing 15 minute strategy call today. It's so easy, just visit retire south shore dot com, that's retires, south shore, dot com. Marco led in the all hands analysis team at south shore retirement services holds informational seminars and webinars for the greater south shore community. The goal to address common questions and concerns that come up while preparing for retirement. They strive to keep you up to date on issues that matter to you, your family and your financial well-being. After attending a seminar or webinar, you can always schedule a one on one consultation to address your unique situations and retirement goals. Visit retire south shore dot com to do so, retire south shore dot com. All seminars are held in safe, convenient locations with meals and refreshments provided. Once again, visit retire south shore, dot com. Welcome back. You're listening to retire south shore radio coming to you today from New England. Not old England or old Ireland, but we had a great time with Mark was there and he's back safely with his family and were enjoying an opportunity to talk with you about retirement and the positives the upsides the plus size and in doing so we're focusing on quote unquote and I'm putting quotation fingers up 5 sins of retirement planning. And we've talked about a couple of them. Let's continue rolling along here if we can. Yeah, we talked about not saving enough money draining your account too soon, not calculating what your retirement goals are going to be is another big one. Have a game plan in place knowing what not only how much money you think you're going to need, but firstly visualizing the source of stuff that you want to do and maybe that makes it easier to figure out, well, how much does that stuff cost me? So making sure that you have a game plan in place to methodically lay out all right, this is how much my life has to cost every single month, but the things I absolutely need to have utility bills and the like. And then the fun stuff that you want to do as well. And building that retirement goal is kind of how we start every conversation with clients, how much money do you need, when do you think you want to stop working? How much stuff do you have, how much have you saved and let's map it out? For a lot of folks, they don't actually know how much money they need because they're unfortunate situation where they make enough money. And if they want something, they have the money for it. But when they're going in and transitioning into a fixed income for want of a better description, they should have a goal and a retirement road map laid out. So I think that's a really important one. I think understanding healthcare and understanding what's going to happen when you go into retirement is just as important as everything else from obviously the cost of it. But what you need to have covered. And we have great partners with in the all kinds of analysis in their various fields and student art has been a wonderful, wonderful resource for us and clients, love them. He's really clear and concise and makes things understandable for folks when they're talking about their Medicare supplements. From a Medicaid standpoint, this is my opinion. You know, I hear a lot of talk and people are always asking me, well, how do I protect my money from a nursing home? And obviously their strategies around having to do that and you can do that. But having just got back from Ireland and seeing my own mom at home, you know, middle stages of dementia and sitting and having a beer and talking to my dad when she goes to bed. The last thing he wants to do is put her in a nursing home. So he wants to keep her at home. So yeah, there is a strategy of in place where you can protect all of your assets from a nursing home, but it doesn't mean that you're protecting yourself from going to the nursing home. So and I'm not saying there's a right and wrong thing here, but maybe if you've got long-term care, super. And that can help pay for a lot of those costs. But just look at it and part of our strategies and part of our game plans for clients is let's stress test what you got. Let's look at all right, somebody gets sick and they're sick for two and a half or three years. What do we do? And at that point, yeah, let's start trying to get some assets out of your name, but up until that stage, maybe you want to stay at home. Maybe you want to be with your loved ones because I certainly know that's what my father wants for mom. So Mark it. So important the healthcare question because we are all getting older and in many cases our parents and my generation, I'm in my early 60s. My parents or my dad is still with us. And obviously with age and with time, you've got more medical needs. It's just a question of common sense. Yeah, people are living longer. And from a healthcare perspective, you start looking at the math or the statistics of these various studies and sometimes they have kind of a direction they're trying to push somebody in and not that the costs aren't the cost, but they're astounding numbers. And they scare the heck out of you. But it's not just about, you know, if somebody were to get sick and they live for a long time, it's just regular retirement itself. Mishandling your retirement date can be detrimental to you from two different sides of it. You don't retiring too soon. And going into retirement when maybe you should have continued to work because of for financial reasons. You kind of mish hit it a little bit. Retiring too late, that's also one. I mean, there are studies done. I can't remember the exact stats on it, but there was a study done over in Europe where people who retired four or 5 years earlier lived ten or 12 years longer because of the lack of stress because they got out of their careers earlier. But that's another part of it. You know, I have people that I meet with who say, you know, I'm just going to continue to work. And then I'm going to work part time. And then I work a little bit less part time. So that's assuming that you're going to be able to keep working. That's assuming that you are physically going to be able to do it mentally going to be able to do it. Your employer is going to want you to do it. So making sure that you don't just overestimate how long you're going to work for, but the retiring too late side of things, I think, is huge. I mean, we see clients all the time that when they go through the old hands analysis and we lay out their income strategies and we lay out how their money should be growing, we say, you can stop working now, and all of a sudden they're like, I'm not ready to stop working now. That's fine. But don't necessarily just keep working just to keep working. Work because you want to. But if you don't want to and you have the resources to stop, there's nothing wrong with stopping. So I think mishandling your retirement date when you're actually going to pull that trigger can have a big negative impact on folks. Well, it's important to remember, we're not drones, all of us have our own story and that's why your work is so interesting because everybody who comes through the door, everybody you meet and talk with, even at a seminar, has a different approach, a different story, a different career path. So it's all interesting. Let me just mention again, the no obligation 15 minute strategy call is available to anyone at any time. You do need to make an appointment retire south shore dot com. There's an appointment grid very easy to fill out. Or call the office 781-836-4214, a very valuable opportunity. The 15 minute no obligation strategy call. So Mark, it's stands to reason that once you acknowledge the fact that there will be healthcare concerns, at least in terms of finance in the future, you also need to know that your legal documents are in order. This is so critical we talk about it all the time. Yeah, Bill Caldwell is another one of our partners and he is just a fantastic, again, resource to have for all of these clients. But yeah, getting your legal House in order is critically important, making sure that your money is going to flow to the people that you want it to flow to after you pass away is obviously a big part of it, but over and above that quite honestly it's making sure that you have the documents in place that are needed, should something happen to you and you don't pass away, that you become incapacitated. And again, to go back to my own family, my mom and dad, you know, they say a painter's house has never painted. They didn't have their legal House in order. Karen and my brother and I kind of stepped in and tried to help as much as possible. I said, listen, we need to get a pair of attorney in place and we got one on dad, but mom is at the point where that's not possible to put a to have her sign a power of attorney. So the concern is not so much if something happens to mom. It's what if something happens to dad? Well, Karen, my sister, who's at home in Dublin, running the show, she is going to be so limited in what she can do. And I can tell you from further family experience why it happened or what's happening now is that my aunt, my mom's sister, Cathy, she is incapacitated. She was very private about her money. She did not have any children, so Karen is, again, dealing with all of that with no legal documents having to go fight with courts and social workers to help get her own money out to pay for her own care because there isn't the simple simple documents in place ahead of time. So planning for something before it happens is so important before people are emotional before people are to the point where they can not legally allow you to sign something because the person who you're trying to help is not of sound mind to be able to sign that stuff over to you. To recap, we've talked about a bunch of stuff that is so obvious to you because you do this all the time. Less obvious to people who have not pondered their retirement future, obviously. What I think the point is, none of this is insurmountable by any stretch of the imagination. Everything you're talking about with the right time guidance and patients can be worked out and worked out satisfactorily to everyone's.

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"old england" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

The Promised Podcast

07:07 min | 10 months ago

"old england" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

"That song of course is fervor by Ida poker. And you guys, I have to tell you, you're making a mistake to listen to the music instead of the conversations we're having. While the music is going on because that is the best part of this show by far and you're thinking, well, the rest of the show isn't so good. But the parts that you're missing, those are really good. And now it's time for a second discussion. So Sally, if COVID is over, did the 4506 people who got sick just yesterday just not get the memo? Insane. I literally came here in the bus and everyone was at that mask and I was like, what is happening? Are people like not Israel actually ended its indoor mask mandate this last Saturday night, except for in hospitals, folks, homes, and on planes. There's actually talk of ending the mandatory PCR test at the airport, which are quite useless if you've been there. They really don't swipe as effectively as they should. You think? Despite the fact that just the other day, these tests found three visitor infected with the new to Israel BA four sub variants. There is a feeling there is no denying it that COVID is over, you know? Yesterday's news. It doesn't turn up on the front page. It doesn't make the radio highlights and it's rarely factors into people's plans for the night out or weekend away. Which is great, or it would be great if it's wearing for the pesky fact that it is. As a matter of fact, not at all over. Over the past 7 days, an average of 3700 Israelis a day have gotten sick, and experts agree that the real number may be many times higher. Now that people test when and if they test at all with the ten shekel Anton test, they picked up at the a.m. p.m.. The results of which they don't report. 6 people die of COVID each day in Israel, which is far from the highest numbers we've had, but is still 2000 people a year. A huge number, and a study this week announced that about 30% of people treated for COVID will develop long COVID. Though, of course, only more severe cases of COVID are treated. All of which is to say, this pandemic is very much with us. All of which raises the very real, serious question. What the fuck? Allison, how and why did it happen that COVID seemingly disappeared from our minds and our public policy, even though it did not disappear from our clinics, hospitals, and even morks. What gives? What gives is that a lot of people got vaccinated and when they got COVID, it didn't seem quite so terrible. It's sort of the chicken and the egg. These vaccines have been an amazing thing, but they've also made the vast majority of COVID cases so much milder that everyone's like, yeah, it's like the flu, you know, no big deal. Overpass over was in England was in London, and they're even more far gone than we are in terms of, yeah, yeah. It's just like normal merry old England from before the pandemic. Very merry, very merry. Everyone's being marrying the crowded theaters and concerts without masks, even the airports and et cetera. So listen, I'm of two minds. I feel for people who are immunocompromised. There's still a huge amount of people who are very vulnerable. To COVID, the vaccines don't take because of the medication they're on. And it really feels like we're kind of hanging them out to dry and just saying, you know, we're done. The masks, on the other hand, I hear people raising a hue and cry about it. And I also sort of feel like you have to go by the numbers and if the infections are so low that essentially, I can't compare the number of people dying of COVID to dying of the flu, et cetera, these other diseases that we don't walk around wearing masks to prevent. But if it is indeed down to those kind of levels, I feel that the fatigue that people have with walking around masked is a reason that, yeah, when things are relatively low and in control, we do have to take off the masks because I think only then if God forbid they got very bad again, it would be easier to get people to put them on because I think that if we just say, you know, if it's never, never, never ending. And there's just total fatigue, then people aren't going to distinguish between periods of time when infections are low and we can let ourselves do this and times when there's a real danger and that they have to. So with all my sympathy, I mean, I understand it's human nature and when we don't see people around us, a lot of people around us getting severely ill dying, et cetera. I'm speaking to someone whose father in law died of COVID, so I'm not obviously insensitive to the implications of it. But from what I've seen, I think it's justifiable. I don't think that we can walk around with masks forever. And I think there has to be some distinction made between the times that we do in the times that we don't. I'm okay with what's going on now. One of the interesting things for me about this is it seems to me to demonstrate in a way that surprised me how much we citizens really do pay attention to the government in a way because this, the government saying, okay, take off the mask inside. Really produce the change in the way in what it feels like to be out and it used to be even in Tel Aviv and where we pride ourselves, I think, wrongly, about being our own people and anarchists and people who follow our own minds. Until this weekend, in my own AMP, everyone wore a mask. I don't know if anyone was telling us to, but everyone, I didn't see a single person without a mask. And then I was in just yesterday and no one had a mask. And I went to this event last night for yo ma in a big music space that holds 5 or 600 people. And not a single person, say for me, had a mask, not a single one of them, and people crunched together. It was like a little bit shocking. And part of it, I think, is just because the government said, okay, it's over. Basically, the government said, yeah, pretty much it's over, and soon we're not going to do this at the airport. And hopefully it will stay this way. And everyone always says, of course, it could come back. But for now, they said it's over. And so all of us, because the government said it's over, we all said, okay, I guess it's over. And if we maintain that kind of trust our cell, I'll let you go, but my point was made very rambling if we maintain this kind of trust in our government and in our authorities and in our health experts, hopefully now that they say that it's okay if day after tomorrow they say it's not okay. We've got a dangerous variant here. We have to mask up again and we have to distance again and everything. Hopefully this reflects the fact that we will go back to doing.

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"old england" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

04:09 min | 10 months ago

"old england" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"Stuff. But yeah, man, you guys just blown up. You're kicking ass. You're killing it. Killing it. That's right. That's right. Because you're a big boy. They're getting heavy. I'll ride both of your coattails if you allow me to. There's nothing wrong with go ahead and coattails. That's for sure. All of us got here. Hey, it works for me. And for those of you for you, Craig, a coat is something that you put on in cold weather. Yes, I've heard of this. I called you means 72 and below. That's right. So imagine you wake up, it's a blustering 70°. Oh God, this is you go into your closet if you lived somewhere like San Diego instead of where you live in Florida. And you put on this thing, it's like it's an over garment. But heavier. Exactly. And it's a little bit bigger, so it goes over what you're currently wearing. So you don't take off your shirt, you actually put layers of clothing on. That's correct. That's great. And some of the old ones. Some of the old ones had tails off the back of them, like back in back in old England. Like a penguin. Exactly. So you can imagine, then, riding your coattails would mean that Peter and I from colder climates would be wearing one of these with these long tails and you would just hop on. That's the way I can take a ride too. I'm 205 pounds and 6 foot 5. So in my mind, I step on those bullshit what do you learn 5? They get go up from there a little buddy. Now on 205 pounds. You think I'm heavier or lighter? Yeah, you seem much bigger than that. Look at this. No, I didn't say muscular. Muscular. He just sucked it in big time. You know I did. Like a million or something downloads, aren't we? I mean, I never get in the way of that story, but this is important. But I think what I'm trying to march at 10 million. I'm at 6. I just crossed this. Are you really? Yeah. 1440 episodes. So I do have a question. I know this is a side conversation. But how do you think, how do you curate or ideate so much content to do it daily? Yeah, so we have these weird bursts. Like today, this particular day, which is a Wednesday, I have 6 podcast interviews. Some are on other people's shows. Some are on my show, but that literally happens like once every two months. And then the rest of them, how unimportant you just feel just right there. We are one O 6. How unimportant. I feel a 6th as important as I did a minute. Yeah, yeah, yeah. One 6th. But I felt pretty important before. So being there was only depleted by what 12 and a half years. We interrupted you Mark, go ahead. So there's traditional interviews. And then I have the privilege of speaking a lot, either to our own small group where maybe four or 5 times a year, I'm doing three or four hour unique content lectures. So we chop that stuff up. And if I talk on somebody else's stage, we always negotiate the fact that I own all of my own IP and on all of my own content. So they'll give me that and I can chop that up and so yeah, I mean, there's lots of different ways to repurpose content. You can repurpose it to YouTube. You can repurpose it to socials. And you can take your live stuff and turn it into podcasts. Where do you feel like people's attention is? Where did you like the sweet spot is for maybe you as a consumer first. When Mark looks at his own podcast thing. Where do you feel like when you look at like, oh, that's a cool nude, Patrick bet David download or whatever. And you say it's like three hours long. You're like, oh. Where do you feel like there's the inflection point for somebody like, heck yes, I'm listening versus. I'll do it later. From a timeline. From a time. It's interesting because, you know, the Joe Rogan long form content, it feels like his dad, you know, Patrick bet David, and those kinds of guys, they're still doing it, you know, Tim Ferriss, he's about 60 to 90 minutes is his link. Some people can pull it off, but you have to remember that you get credit for 5 minutes of.

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"old england" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"old england" Discussed on KPCC

"Or Robin Hood said in Merry Old England. He sounded. Viennese. If Hollywood has its problems it has also it's well known solutions. Most scores as everybody knows, are written in the late 19th century symphonic style, a style now so generally accepted as to be considered inevitable. But why need movie music? Be symphonic. And why? Oh, why the 19th century. Should the rich harmonies of Tchaikovsky, Frank and Strauss be spread over every type of story, regardless of time. Place or treatment. Copeland's trial run is a film composer preceding his Hollywood films. Was a 40 minute documentary that was shown daily at 1939. New York World's Fair the world of tomorrow. This was the city. Which was the brainchild of one of the most influential American intellectuals of this time, Lewis Mumford. Mumford was, among other things. A sociologist and literary critic in the thirties. As a leading historian of urban life, he decried cities as unsafe, overcrowded, unhealthy. He called for the creation of new towns, intimate greenbelt communities that integrated work and play. So this was the message of the city, which today is considered a classic American documentary and not least for its creative integration of music. And the moving image. The city exemplifies Copeland's new American sound for the cinema. And it's also Copans best film score, and the most important Copan score that we don't know. We're about to sample audio excerpts from the city taken not from the original 1939 soundtrack, but from a knock SOS DVD for which the original mineral soundtrack Was newly recorded by post classical ensemble conducted by on Hell Hill or don't Yous, a recording that allows us to relish Copans music. In new ways. The film takes the form of an evangelical political sermon on the left. It begins by depicting a New England village a kind of workers' paradise in juxtaposition with a suffocating, smoky Milltown, filmed in Pittsburgh. Then comes the city filmed in Manhattan, and nearly as wretched here is conductor on help You Ordonez, the only conductor to performer record this music in full since 1939. For me. I don't Copeland's score for the city is not only his finest for film, but one of his highest compositional achievements Americana at its best. The film begins with the initial section of the servant template. New England village. We once lived happily and in harmony with nature. You'll hear a drilling fruit for a water wheel, an arrhythmic counter for a horse and wagon. And then a beautiful surprise to remind us that we are in America Castle. Oh, such a thing. Mm. Mhm. Mm. So that's our happy.

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"old england" Discussed on 1A

1A

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"old england" Discussed on 1A

"Said in small town. America or robin hood said in merry old england. He sounded vienna. If hollywood has its problems it has also. It's well known solutions. Most scores as everybody knows are written in the late nineteenth century symphonic style a style now so generally accepted as to be considered inevitable but why need movie music be symphonic and why oh why the nineteenth century should the rich harmonies of tchaykovsky franck and strauss be spread over every type of story regardless of time place or treatment copeland's trial run as a film composer preceding. His hollywood was a forty minute documentary. That was shown daily at the nine hundred thirty nine new york world's fair the world of tomorrow. This was the city which was the brainchild of one of the most influential american intellectuals of this time lewis mumford. Mumford was among other things associated and literary critic in the thirties as a leading historian of urban life. He decried cities as unsafe overcrowded unhealthy. He called for the creation of new towns intimate greenbelt communities that integrated work in play. So this was the message of the city which today is considered a classic american documentary and not least for its creative integration of music and the moving image. The city exemplifies copeland's new american sound for the cinema. And it's also coppins best film score and the most important copen score that we don't know. We're about to sample audio excerpts from the city taken not from the original nineteen thirty nine soundtrack but from a-x-i-o-s. Dvd for which the original manorial soundtrack was newly recorded by post. Classical ensemble conducted by akhil. He'll or donuts are recording that allows us to relish copeland's music into ways. The film takes the form of an evangelical political sermon. On the left it begins by depicting new england. Village a kind of worker's paradise in juxtaposition with a suffocating smokey middletown filmed in pittsburgh then comes to city filmed in manhattan and nearly as wretched here is conductor on hell. He'll or donas the only conductor to perform a record this music in full since nineteen thirty nine for me. I don't go plan to score for. The city is not only his fines for film but one of his highest compositional achievements americana at.

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"old england" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"old england" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"And you know it just took off from there. I was finally my dream come true. I was in america before we go further. I think it's important to note And i grew up in the sixties and seventies. And i'm in the music business later on when i get into radio but a lot of us in the states really didn't have any idea beyond the beatles and the stones what the heck was going on in merry old england The scene in england was was truly revolutionary in terms of rock music. In that era wasn't it really is sixty three with. They came out with love me. Do these guys have been working. Have bug doing slobs pissed working at bucks. Basically every night they were good they were really good but they also were very original. 'cause it was unheard of the band's themselves to write their own material was written by you. Know songwriters covers yahtzee but they came along and they had their other songs just changed everything. Suddenly the app no these bands started to appear like sport faces the holidays..

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"old england" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"old england" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

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All at kohl's or kohls dot com today at metro mighty mobile. We don't think you should pay extra for high speed five g. Data introducing the big five g. Upgrade did your overpriced connection with boosting cricket and save half when he switched to metro. Get one line of high-speed smartphone data. Just twenty five bucks with five g. Access included plus get a free samsung galaxy. Five jeep with trade rule your day with the big five g. Upgrade only at metro limited time in store only say hoppy someone line cricket unlimited plan. See store for details. All right guys here. We are our last break of day on this thursday. It's been a good day grateful to be here in. All of that well are less story. Involves someone that the ladies are very familiar with attention ladies. you couldn't get enough of simon. The duke of hastings remember him from bridgeton will listen up the actor who played him reggae. John page is the latest celeb- to collaborate with the calm meditation app. And you'll now be able to listen to him. Read you a bedtime story. So she load. How lady yes. What a way to get put to sleep Really reggae sean. Here for the tune in for that do that. Listen to that but let an old man the by the by your drink you tend to get face. It's too well jay. well anyway. Regime reasion smooth. British accent is going to narrate a thirty two minute sleep story call the prince and the naturalist according to calm the tail is set in old england and it is about a naturalist and royal pupil. Who find that. Nature is the best teacher but as it really even matter to what the plot is. We don't not at all. I don't care any of that. We just wanna hear reggae. Sean pages sexy choice here. Here's my question. Matrices and nudist say naturlised or naturalists naturalists. Either way the way way but nature is the best teacher anyway. That's what i said. So what i wanna post to you. Three gentlemen is Are you guys planning to audition to any sexy bedtime stories as well since out there as well all right junior star with you sure. Do you hear me here. You say you can lower your follies. Call him. I think this is it this switch out. Y'all want me read with this all right here. We go okay closure gideon. let's listen. He walked in looked at data. In the i said where you been. She calmly replied nowhere. Been here the whole time. He brought her in for warming embrace. You looked there. And i again. This time with more passionate. It's more love and they kissed. He fainted. I've talked about drop. Dead fainted hit the floor. Hard to k next. You might have a point there junior so we go go. You wanna go now. You want me. It don't matter. He's a bedtime so it around. Gather around if i was you get up in chicken. See damn dollas love. You don't know here. Deep up under him covers the boogeyman might be coming naked and put a towel down by the floor so of light when he walked by lesin dream dream. And i'll and. I'll be in your dreams to going less here. Nah don't don't put too much pressure the night before late. Everything was right. I had to check myself. 'cause i knew the next morning i couldn't win no white. It was hard. It was a struggle. It was a thing. I i don't i don't like this. I'm sorry stop. We'll stick to reggae as you guys coming. We we give it to him or the night before christmas. I think we stay with stay in our lane. I'll vote for another story. Did you say you had a question first. Jank as well. It's not really a question. I just wanna share with some of the stuff. I like to watch on tv. That i know it probably makes a lot of people sick. But i love. This is if you my record but doubt the pimple shells my appeal. The oh i love that show mark. A black man man is his question. How do you have a lot on your shoulder of eighteen years. And you don't go see too damn dots. It didn't start out that size. It actually got bigger and bigger and bigger. Why don't you go out on. What is what is i. Don't know it could be anything. But why would you wait that damn loan what. What makes you wait debt. Loan to be on the show. I love that show. I watch but i. I love this show. Show green coming out that that law and order. I love that too. What's law and auditor which one the old one the old jackie. But you got to catch on it when he found the by. That's gotta stop. If you missed the first two minutes of the show watching it miss. If you don't guess. I two minutes has no. He's a pretty to watch it to sit around and wait on the next. I'm yudo. I'm over there. What i i'm yeah good. They're good. I mean he's really. I can't believe ice tea became a cop. I just can't believe what. I don't think i can believe it either man new jack city. We use a new jack cop then.

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"old england" Discussed on Leaguecast: The Unofficial League of Legends Podcast

Leaguecast: The Unofficial League of Legends Podcast

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"old england" Discussed on Leaguecast: The Unofficial League of Legends Podcast

"Banned from yeah you play over. Washington get permanent from over washington valley. Yeah so you start. Running out of games thinks hickey next emails from sergio. Hey guys greetings from the uk. My name is sergio in me and a couple of meats have been listening to the podcast for a while now and we love it. Thank you so much for the entertaining informative episodes. You make the window cleaning days. Go faster and brighter here in rainy. Old england my question is not a league one but when for you guys how well have you guys been coping with the covent eighteen pandemic. Hope you've kept safe in your loved ones as well. It's been hard for everyone. But i'm sure we all want to know how our favorite podcasters have been doing over this last year in a bit. Big hug for you guys sergio. It's really tough to not immediately. Start making jokes bad coping mechanism. So i mean personally. I i guess i've i've been kind of find i've never been a very like extroverted. Outgoing person Especially in terms of my hobby So i guess like in that sense when i worked in then came home in just played video games. That's kind of like normal. I suppose for my. I guess my personally my career. I have really learned a lot. I never went to work in an office like fulltime ever again. And as soon as i have any sort of leverage against like your job position or anything like that like it is absolutely going to be something. I push for I feel way more productive at home. I enjoyed a lot more. It's so nice to not have to like do anything like in the morning. You wake up and you you've got to work and that's it get ready. You don't have to commute or anything thought. And i've been very fortunate in that. No one that's been Immediately close to me has has gotten it. We've all been really safe. We had access to the vaccine pretty early so all things considered like. It's been pretty pretty okay as far as global pinta mexico. Yeah aid you wanna go. Or should i share. My life. Hasn't like really changed that much The main thing was that kennedy moved here. My significant other small change almost not pre prepayment no not pre kind of in.

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"old england" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

Why Won't You Date Me?

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"old england" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

"Tango have fun. See seaworthy journey takes us. And i was like this is insane. That's a breakdown for character for a villain. It really does businessman. Okay you own hotels an airplane. What what airplane do you do. You own delta leagues. What do you mean. And then this man. Okay this is. Gary gary says i have a high iq a big dick at a big heart. I like to spend too much money on sushi. Taking the bus gritty urban hikes. My why grades in rush hour traffic in victorian literature. I happily have no social media if you catch vibe then swipe and let me take you out. It sounds like a serial killer. Serial killer. And i was like. Is gary doing a bit like victorian literature riding a bike and bus. Our traffic spending money on sushi taking the bustling i. This is like kind of funny. I think he does leave a trace behind. He doesn't have social media so you can look up at him. You take public transportation so be like to register as he spends too much on sushi but he writes by bicycles in like rush hour traffic. He's trying to get away from something so all. These are just hints of serial killer on the lose the big victorian literature. You like reads like you know like old killers. Old england like what's his name taking the bus so he doesn't have to register. A car is ruling. Your wheels were fucking earning. See that is wild okay. I have a couple more. He's jack the ripper. Okay this man said. This is george george says george. He's it's spelled slightly. Wrong quarterback is a hurricane. Oh maybe her hey eight. oh no. But he's respectful educated looking for a friend have a huge orel giving fetish like to spoil feeling generous.

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"old england" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"old england" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"Do you just see her being very fashionable that she has like five monologues where she talks about how fashionable she is and like all the designers she buys and stuff. Yeah well the most. The most influenced by american psycho. This is i think in the long lists of yes. Everyone loves movies. Favourite part of american psycho. And so how would you describe her accent. Fan pan something paneling wilson. She's because in real life she's scottish. I believe she's living in america longtime but her accent. Sounds like an american trying to do an upper class british person and failing. I feel like and it's only in the narration right in the scenes. She's speaking with an american accent right. Well it waivers all over the place like a certain point. I'm like okay is she. Like i know she. Scottish is she's trying to british or is this like a like a like wha- mid atlantic what was it was the old like what do they call it mid-atlantic when it was like you could play like from new england or old england. Yes yeah cary grant katharine hepburn type deal. And i don't wanna. I don't wanna make us about anyone's appearance because that's not fair but it was many times during this movie. That as with would seeing her in the news. I had to be like. Oh wait. she's like my age because she carries herself in a way that she is fifteen years older than me like she seems like an older woman who is trying to look young and she is less than forty. That i mean again i agree. We shouldn't. We should the facts that the movie harps on it and it is strange that she talks like we are meant to believe that ed westwick is significantly younger than she is and he is six years in reality younger than she is and the thing is like they look about the same age because she looks like a wealthy woman who has the means to like try and preserve youth as long as possible and he looks like a guy who's maybe lived a little hard so they've met. Yeah yeah no. I'm with you i yeah. They both felt like they're older than me for some reason but that might be because i'm getting younger every day. You know you do have benjamin buttons disease. Yeah yes really always ends up with a dead baby. Yeah that was. That was something that Daily show in now. Last week tonight writer tim carroll said to me what i'm because i didn't wanna see benjamin button. I knew it was just gonna end with the dead baby. And i was like yeah. That's true wow. I mean he's got a boy so stewart societas telling us all about how great her clothes are. How how rich. She's amazing business..

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"old england" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"old england" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Know. Let's get the question one more time. A new survey as 2000 of our friends across the pond to really think hard and come up with something anything good. That has come out of America. And from that list, this was created Ben and Jerry's and Levi jeans all made the top 15, but they're not in the highest slots. I need you to name the top five. And because this survey is from Jolie, Old England. Wow, I'm gonna give you a British golden guess asking me about wound and I'll tell you it's on the list. Why course in a British accent? Why do you sound like a British troll Brody access from the boy? A British bulldog Dozer on the other side of the road over there? Need against Jeffrey MacDonald's. I guess McDonald's is on the list of E Sports. Yeah, There you go. NBA ball is not they like soccer, and they like cribbage and all the weird sports. That's a hard day's sport. Are you talking about Britain? In Britain. Cribbage is intense. You don't think like college sports? No, they go. Sorry, says the courage athlete. Just suddenly disappointed. What about what about you know America gave the world the Internet. So what if we think of technology like Apple? You know, or social media, social media platforms all came from here. No one else I'm thinking, she said. I mean, the big one. I'm thinking uber in Britain. They have, like a great taxi system, subways and suffering because of uber. Nobody is right. They look subways and like double decker Busses, But that's just London. I mean, this is all of England. I mean, yes, of course, London has great transportation in New York City in America has a great transportation but not the rest of the cut. Great. You won't make it points there. You don't think technology company Microsoft eye doctor out. I put apple, I think. Okay, think apples. Okay? I'm really struggling to think of anything. Good music. What about American music? I mean, the British rock bands and British You know, Pop bands are iconic, right? But band What isn't Clearwater Revival? Yes, sure, sure. Game set match. Was nirvana. Okay, I'm thinking still like subway, which is a huge international. Oh, it is. It's everywhere. All food is what I'm thinking around. Need. Your answer is Jeff. It's just give me a forgot, Jake. Still British, right? Just give me a food. Hot dogs. I mean, they're German. Technically, but hamburgers. What about hamburgers? We gave the word hamburgers. I'll go with hamburgers. That's a good one. Yeah, but there's still there's still American. My list is Coca Cola, McDonald's apple iPhones technology, apple pie and hamburgers pie. What is that? Okay. According to those cheeky Pinot is in the UK these so they talk five things to ever come out of America. British aid to Stay Number Five Apple Yeah, Yeah, not the pi. Correct. The company number four McDonalds. They call it MCAS over there. Number three. Coca Cola number two on the list was Disney. Yeah. Hard You said Hollywood movies, So that's a little bit misleading. Different box. Toy number One on the list, of course was Netflix. Oh, makes me Think of that. We're outside the list was Martin Luther King. NASA Elvis Star Wars Facebook. Okay, three e got it wrong, no matter what. Somebody wanted to hear me, saying the nursery rhyme London Bridge. London Bridge is falling down, falling down. Falling down. London Bridge is falling down my fair later moving 92.5 here. Olivia, Rod Rico driver's license Perfect. This seagull featuring James Arthur blasting lever. Go, Trish! Kid LeRoi. So done so done undone without games. You play on Mom, Sona. Number of pale bangs Seattle's number one hit music station. Well, I go for a new music movin 92.5. When I pick coordinated care. I knew we were getting health benefits. But the real benefits we got ran deeper for me. Turns out I was getting my little girl's first pair of glasses, getting newborn care for her baby brother and earning rewards for getting preventive screenings to help me be healthier and here for them choosing health coverage..

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"old england" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"old england" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I was just thinking on a personal level rearrest talking sports the last time and i think the only time a baby. That didn't know what the raiders were doing was The tuck rule game. I was in old england. When the raiders ran new england right night playoff game. And i tried as longtime ago. I tried everywhere to watch. The game was impossible so as following on a computer with little cartoon and it was finally about two thirty in the morning. And i remember at halftime. It was six to nothing with james touchdown reception and a missed extra point and i woke up and it was daylight and i'm like oh my gosh. I fell asleep. What happened and it said once again. The raiders got on the most ridiculous call ever. And i read it and i read it and i read it and i couldn't picture it didn't know what they're saying. And then when. I saw him go to pass the ball back in ripped out of his hands by beaker recovered by woodson. And they call that.

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Aaahh!!! Classic Monsters

BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

08:38 min | 3 years ago

Aaahh!!! Classic Monsters

"We thought we would talk. Hello Classic movie monsters or I guess. A derivative thereof You know all the films like Frankenstein Dracula creature the Black Lagoon and salon boy. Oh boy so yeah so we are. Actually we each picked one classic creature. We're going to be sharing history in details about that creature in the story about the story about them so should we. Should we drinks. Yeah okay so I'm going to actually hand the mic over to Tracy and you because I she has forty drinks that she's going to be sure they're all so I'm focusing on vampires and at total wine there was actually quite a bit to choose from uh-huh depending on how elaborate you WanNa get with the topic. There was even like walking dead wine assume that seemed like sheeting. That seemed like that would be better for his. Obviously yeah it's because it's actually from the TV exactly. So I can't have rick on the cover and be thinking of Bram Stoker works for me with that said that I brought three drinks because being hungover and being two o'clock in me not having lunch it just seems weird like crack. Open a bottle of wine right now but I do have Francis Coppola diamond red plans talk a little bit about Coppola going on. Because you can't really talk about Dracula directly without talking about Coppola and then I also because I don't like I said if I'm going to open that I also brought four. They use my teeth to pull the bag out. I have a lovely temper neo. Oh I love to drag on. And we'll talk a little bit about what dragons dragons relates reverse dragged him the vampire at least in literature but like I said that's a bit heavy so honestly what I think I'm going to start with. Breath is a nice blood. Orange Margarita and S- To serve it in as they said I just live seven houses down I brought on my own Hamilton Sippy Cup when I say Hola pouring that that's awesome chewing that All amazing choices see. That doesn't take a random rationalization cody did you notice that mixture. You have doesn't actually have to kill it in it. Oh I I forgot I also brought my own patrol. Never leave home without it. So the monster I chose today is Where wolves so what? I'm drinking today. Is a Lithuanian heritage. Beer called where wolf it's literally called Werewolf and it has a quite a high alcohol content. So that's so funny because just right before for the show Tracy and I were talking about how we like picking drinks. That aren't just the name. They require narrative. Chris here's where we'll there's nothing with that sound so bitchy all right so Chris is still looking to see what kind of beer is is it. Strong connect have a taste. Today makes one of us. Oh that is delicious is really good. That's dangerous Oh my God. I'm just GonNa Covet this break a command. It's a Belgian dark El okay. I'M GONNA try that too. Yeah so for my drink. I'm actually Old England. I'm actually doing Frankenstein. And so and that was that was what I was GONNA do. I was I went into English. Oh I hear terrible and like you know what. I just can't drink this after my night. I'm going to get something good. Mary Shelley found something actually liked Mary. Shelley well well I whenever you look at all these old stories. I what I think of it is. They all kind of intertwined sometimes in ways and they're just kind of these wild crazy stories stories. So I've found a blackberry merlot called twisted Vine Ohio. Yeah good expected to get a couple. I rolls maybe like really all right so with that I will get into history I didn't want to do anything like Hollywood movie. Poor history because that would have been very long and excessive in instead I thought I would give a weird overview on the history of monsters the word monster itself derives from the Latin word monstrum meaning to demonstrate or monarch meaning to warn There's also the Latin word monstrum which Just means abnormal or supernatural but can also mean wonder or miracle generally speaking monsters are physical whether real or imagined representation of those things society as Dean leaned unknown or unnatural and most mostly those things that we fear and cannot explain physically. Speaking a monster may have some unusual characteristics. In fact one time things such as two-headed cavs or babies born with abnormalities were considered monsters so basically anything that was outside of what society claimed as quote. Normal aw was seen as monstrous of course as we know in addition to the physical characteristics. Munster's we'll do some terrible things or act out on the way beyond the standing of society being set that any one of us in this room could be considered a monster me with my blue hair and you both being super tall me with my gay so monsters there's all of you There are a ton of tons of monsters that go back in history. There were monsters that were found in cave paintings represented by animal human hybrids which unlikely cliches in real life hence monsters or at least at the conclusion that historians drew in Greek and Roman mythology monsters were perceived as a form of displeasure from the gods examples being cyclops Gorgon. Medusa Centaurs Sirens and so on. It seems that in religion like Judaism Christianity and Islam. They avoided talking about monsters aside from stories related to Satan and the power of evil in Hinduism monsters. A lot more prevalent. you see gods depicted with extra limbs or as an animal human hybrid and in native American culture. You have creatures such as the Wendy Go. Skin walkers and even sasquatch after the renaissance period with science becoming a new a fairly new thing. It really tried to attempt to explain what exactly monsters were to no avail in the gothic period we were graced. With two of the most infamous monsters Frankenstein and Dracula as well as some of the creepiest fairy tales by the brothers Grimm in psychology. Carl Jung tried to explain monsters as any central part of development might in that they were seen as the quote otherness within ourselves. I kind of discussed with this with you. Cody Day in that how I was talking how we need to balance the light with dark so I think that's the same thing it's arguing and our gang. We all have a fascination with monsters. This podcast is an example. Cody are armchair. Chair crypto zoologists. That even if these creatures don't exist it's that innate curiosity of the possibility of their existence as society changes the faces of monsters changing. We'll continue you to do so when before we used to be freed of things like trolls and elves. Today's where we fear things such as candyman or to say that once monsters collection of our society and then all the terrible things in it as well as an escape from those terrible things monsters are ever evolving and as long as we have fears and terrible things going on in our world they will. Oh not go away in my opinion. That's escapism at its best interest inc.. I have like a believer skeptic question but I guess I wanNA save it maybe. For debunk okay. But I'm afraid that I'm going to. I'm going to forget it. I'm going to ask now for both of Y'all are there any monsters or creatures that either of you actually believe in. Yes yes. That's probably what got me. Hooked on your podcast in the first place you were immediately talking about things that I have seen with my own eyes so I can only to Chris as a believer in many of the things. He's seen. Yeah I'm sitting there at work. Listen to going. Oh my God I saw that too says yes shadow people. I can't talk about that right now. Is Definitely I've had encounters encounters with shadow people. But as far as what we're talking about today. The closest is a boyfriend who thought he was a vampire. Oh Shit are you talking about that in your story. No I wasn't going to because it's complicated and messy advocates network. Deep Ball Game L.. Dated someone who thought he was a vampire sidelining. I think he was just really sexually confused. Needed to explore some things and that arena. He had seen the horror many

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For royal wedding guests, it's all about the well-plumed hats

News, Traffic and Weather

02:00 min | 5 years ago

For royal wedding guests, it's all about the well-plumed hats

"Twenty four seven news continues now on komo news well it's finally arrived royal wedding time it's a wedding and excitement has reached a fever pitch in jolly old england as well as progressively young seattle granddaughters over they're gonna sit up all night and watch the wedding laura lewis is ready so is laurie duckworth i've never been really excited over a royal wedding before it's interesting and i'm like that's cool you know but this one was just it was a is a bit more and i think it's because american girl and laurie's been working pretty hard this week at her business called british bites as you can imagine the phone has been ringing people started enquiring we started getting phone calls severe like okay you know we can accommodate that and then by yesterday we just guy hagi crump it's harry and markle a combination guaranteed to give your tr up an extra sparkle the real good thing for everybody whether you're british or not brian calvert komo news in case you're wondering prince charles will walk megan down the aisle when she marries today kensington palace announced today that marco asked her future father in law to walk her down the aisle at saint george's chapel and he accepted the announcement comes a day after the american actress said her father would not be able to attend her wedding and performed the traditional honor because he's recovering from a heart attack that's richard jordan reporting reaction to the upcoming royal wedding is well mixed hits expected that over twenty three million americans will tune in saturday morning to watch prince harry wet meghan markle but it would seem the younger crowd another likely to sleep in i'm happy for them they're in love so that's nice doesn't affect me too much in the news definitely still for many above fifty years of age especially women the high fashion romance story is too much to turn down to see what they're going to wear she's so beautiful and he's so handsome we.

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