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"one hundred one percent" Discussed on Snarf Talk

Snarf Talk

13:06 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred one percent" Discussed on Snarf Talk

"But they're both ducks like that exists. Could it could be that way if you're going my statistics it's almost almost certainly certainty that there is that because it's so vastly infinite blows. My mind can't handle this but my point is it if that's true and it's so big right and so vast the chance that there's no other life in the universe is almost is not zero zero chance so there is definitely there's gotTa and then on top of that like we can see from this planet other Lanna Atlanta that have habitable atmosphere. That are in. What's called the goldilocks zone? The right distance from a star Yup Yup and they probably have water so but they've found they found a planet that is exactly like Earth they found like twelve of them. Yeah but there's one in particular that they've found that has everything earth has basically think don't remember what they called it and what's crazy is like they find these plants that are like oh well what would it take to go there. And they're like forty million light years you know like a period of time that's impossible level and that's like in the one hundred one percent of the sliver of the universe we can even see. So here's this is where it ties back to. The ship that they found is that they're saying if it if it's not bound by gravity any sort of the word and is creating its own space travel in a sense is unlimited for that. Maybe now. That's what they said in the show in that episode. They said if it's I don't know if I'd necessarily believe that though but if it's in its own space if it's creating its own space which has nothing in that space besides the ship hip. It's like carving a blank spot. There's no resistance. There's no maybe I just have to what I don't understand how was expiring. Yeah but I'm sure a physicist said tell whether or not that's plausible so but if that is plausible and how it ties back to the whole Bob Lazar thing is like the the element in the thing that he was studying. He says he was studying. If that's a real thing and we don't know how to recreated created at at this point but that's a real thing and that's the propulsion that it uses like it's infinite on what you could do another crazy thing you gotta understand too is like what is dark matter is but we're we're bound by physical limitations because of gravity so like you can only go so fast through our atmosphere because things are pulling back on you if you have none of that doesn't nothing Matters right because they're like matter is there's no resistance against it. Nothing's pulling against it. You can go as fast as you. Ah anywhere you want anytime you want. There's so much to because like I said like I was saying is like what is like seventy percent of our universes creed dark manner and we don't even know what it is. We don't even know what it is. We can't measure it. We've measured it but you can't really study it you can't you know. Sell what it is. Okay so it's plausible. That's like most of our universe right and on top of that it's like quantum thing. So there's a quantum scientist is separate podcast but like electrons which are matter matter of atoms can spontaneously disappear and reappear right. They can teleport sort themselves through time and space in a fourth mention right and that's the building block of us it. Yeah and like it's there's something crazy about quantum mechanics quantum mechanics where just by observing something or measuring it or even just the fact that you're observing. It changes the reality reality of of it it. Yeah you know what I mean so like for us to sit here and say like Oh. That's not possible so let's so arrogant they like. Oh that's not possible stupid. Here's all it's done. There's no such thing as aliens arrogant. That's a stupid thing to say. Because there's almost a hundred percent certainty that there is the extra terrestrial life somewhere in this galaxy. The question is are they coming here and right Y and speaking of like affecting things so in that matter like we can't even just read a whole article about pool playing pool like hitting two balls against each other that hit each other They can't figure out. There is no calculation nation to figure out once it hits one pool ball and directs off to hit another than that ball ricochets. It's another other and they can't figure out any of those calculations because it gets so immense right once they all start ricocheting off of possibles right. They're saying the possibility of all of these things being affected by each other it could honestly be affected. It is affected by how how close you stand to the table to the ball that is being hit will affect where it goes. Everything will. Isn't that of crazy to you now. Like when you if a guy was standing next to the pocket that you wanted to hit a ball to but it hit four different balls before that could affect what if it goes in that pocket or not right. That's insane yeah. It's hard to to like quantify that I ah I think it all comes down to so I mean it. So if we can't figure out where pool balls are going to go on a table because we're standing in certain locations. How are we going to figure out who's wear and how they're getting this? I mean we're eighths. I mean we're monkeys man the right we're just sacks of meat that he Hundred years ago word. We're domesticating animals to do work. Right enemy were so infantile. Come in the last hundred years in in in in our. Is it a ten thousand years before that but in our is we've been in the last few generations we've come leaps and bounds like a a couple of centuries you really have like the totality of human achievement technologically has happened in the last fifty years years of like a hundred and fifty thousand years of assistance. Yeah isn't that insane absolutely. It is and and but still think we have even one semblance of an idea. I mean I think that there's this problem that people have a human being set. I don't know if this is off topic all we've been kind of on and off like we all think that we're the center of Ardor order that we are smarter than we are the center of our universe. Yeah and you know. There's like a psychological word for that. I don't remember what it's called called confirmation bias. I think it's De Vito. No but there's it's a real thing that people think that their average like they think that they're above average everybody everybody every single person so smarter than average. They think they're better than average and they're not like nobody is like I think I'm very average person. Most people think they're smarter than the average person and most people are not no. I guess I would agree with that. I do feel like that at some point in and the day I mean. Isn't that weird because you you're sitting there thinking right now as well as everybody listening right. Most people probably think they're smarter than the average average person definitely smarter than the average person. But it's weird that most other people would think that because they're definitely not as smart as me every single person listening to this podcast. Thanks right now is thinking that you're thinking that right now. Yeah you're right you're right. It's a weird thing because you don't WanNa feel lesser than it's not even that it's you can't help it. Yeah I would agree because I don't know why I mean I'm sure there's a rare you know. That's what I believe. Real intelligence is being smart enough to know what you don't know right being smart enough to know how dumb you are right and not necessarily dumb in the sense of of like it's more of a perception. It's like option. You are in in the now. I guess you'd you'd like you have to understand everything around you at all times which we cannot do right but I mean my point to bring that up is just like you. How many people will sit there and say like well? There's no such thing as aliens but do you know anything about it. Like do you know the probability that there's not extra trust your life in this universe is seen near zero. You know that Even even Neil degrasse Tyson like we think of him as a genius does He. No no he doesn't know nobody really knows better idea that most of course he has a lot better I dea got better ideas than him. You know we don't actually know and we don't know because we're dumb apes but if you look at probability sacks of meat if you look at math we we know I mean. There's probably math. That's one thing that we I don't even know that but we know enough to know what we don't know hopefully so. That's why I'm just saying like I believe that. Now that doesn't change the fact that the main question Russian as if there is extraterrestrial life is irrelevant to the conversation because the conversation is there is there is a extraterrestrial life. How advanced are they do the capability to come here? And why would they come here or would they even want to come here. What's the what's the purpose or would they be? Why would they want to come here and hide right it? So that's a whole separate issue because that is one that you can really speculate and be like if you can sit here and say okay. There's one hundred percent chancers extraterrestrial life. That doesn't mean there's one hundred percents chance that they'd come to here. Sure maybe they should be somewhere close. Why do we even have to assume that they can make it across the galaxy? That is so infinite. Mind you that every one of those pool shots that you're talking about the billions and trillions and quadrille pass all of those things. All of those options are happening simultaneously in different parts of the universe. Right because it's so infant. Yeah Wow if any of you have any like objective perception of this. I want to hear it if any of you are on the same pages us you have proof like a UFO. Yeah I WANNA hear him. I don't think so. No there's certainly you've been many times in my life that like. I've thought like that's weird. That could be a UFO. But then I just always make the assumption that it's like SAV see. I've always been blind to it. I think I would just always make the assumption of like. Oh it must be something that I just don't know like must be some weird kind of plane or four. I've thought that I've thought like that'd be cool if that was a UFO. But it's clearly a plane how many UFO sightings have happened since the invention. John of Consumer drones on skyrocketed directed it when planes ah there is a graph that shows like the skyrocketing of UFO sightings sense. Airplanes have been invented. And it's like it clear to see people are saying these things because there's more things in the air and we I near. Yeah but I I. I personally haven't seen anything that I would say I thought was a UFO..

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"one hundred one percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred one percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Four to five. and welcome back to Phil's gang okay so this morning. we have a whole change of heart. it was amazing. we heard this this morning. that we don't lose this morning the second quarter only going up to percent to get to three percent for the whole year means an enormous growth rate in the third and fourth quarters right but what did Larry Kudlow say. three months ago. well this economy at four percent they wouldn't grow four to five percent Laurie Giovanni then. it looks like it's for a fish I'd be thrilled if it was three plus yeah but it wasn't three plus. we got the latest raid on economic growth this morning second quarter still right Barrett two percent annual gross have you get the three percent for two thousand nineteen in like this I did the calculations it it ain't going to happen. so he got confused I'm gonna say I'm confused and then paying who by the way should the OB it is been telling us all along his fake news our economy is surging along its surging it's a rocket ship right now but he's confused I'm so confused he's computers he tells us every day your time is a rocket ship I've been telling you he's wrong. does that tell you the truth and then when the numbers come out. not a four to five percent we're not at three percent. I I you kidding me. so we're coming in at two percent. two percent we're not growing. people think because the stock market goes up the economy's going to they've always like you there which of parking space your head. pointing to the stock market is going up it's going to come to me is good. just like when they keep increasing your credit make it easier for you go buy stuff. they tell you Hey things are great people are feeling flustered their accounts spending more than our income come yes so the choice is just great you're spending more than your income that's great. some believe a look a stock market going up she really rich now the average. the stock market is going up. and it it from two thousand and eight it went up three hundred fifty percent that means the games were about twelve trillion dollars. over eighty percent of that twelve trillion. want to about twenty eight hundred people. twenty eight hundred people that's the top one hundred one percent the another group shared and that which you about. a million people. twenty eight hundred people and a million people. are you nuts. we have a work force a hundred fifty five million people. hundred fifty five million people so everyone. find live on wages now remember where their wealth used to come from. there helps not the market. always the very very wealthy their wealth always came from the stock market. eighty percent so if you think the market went up three to fifty percent. just two thousand eight and let's let's say twelve true either I think a little light on that but this use twelve trillion. so they get most of that twelve trillion. eight over eighty percent of it. so how to people gain wealth it used to be our parents and our grandparents pose gainer well done the stock market the games your wealth in the housing market. it used to contribute. to our economy. our GDP that two percent is talking about now not to for not the five forty five percent cut promise not to four percent of the three percent to two percent they contribute twenty five percent of that GPA. sure whatever number you get for a growing number every quarter annually twenty five percent of that comes from housing that's why you gotta keep housing the line. because the bottom eighty percent of the population their wealth is in housing but they're not they don't own homes anymore their ranking they're renting. the guns gross they can't afford a house after the market crash and before we got wiped out about nine trillion dollars between their home equity in their stock equity. did you have any money to go buy a house in fact what do they do. number bomb assured everybody because it goes all the banks he takes all the foreclosures and banks. and instead of making deals with folks on main street to given the house sold the house what do you do because his buddies are Wall Street. now think about the wealth in this country. for eighty percent of the population is housing so he screws up so he goes to the very top one percent tasa I'll show you these houses for ten cents on the dollar and what did you rent them. to the folks we took your houses away from the foreclosed on rent them that's what they did. so bomb out takes a makes a deal it takes all the housing inventory the the banks of the for closure soldier to Wall Street pennies on the dollar those guys have been turning around and renting them. I did not want for office to be helping out a bunch of fat cat bankers on Wall Street yeah right yeah so that's why he gave them your house. the same bankers who took your house away from you he gave them the house but if you had a three hundred thousand dollar house it is up to over three hundred or two hundred or one hundred he saw that house for fifteen thousand twenty five thousand. because they're buying two hundred thousand hundred thousand homes at a time. and what happened then housing went out of sight if you had a house in. you're the only house. all the other houses were for closed down. in your the only house now right that is available for sale in your house was a three hundred thousand some of the houses around you. in your in your house for call your house is for sale now all the other houses aren't your price will not crazy the prices were up seventeen percent two years three years I remember Sarasota in Tampa there go so fast but nobody could buy them. because wages were going up. but now this is all coming to Rouge this whole message come to roost and I'm gonna tell you we get back however make money on it.

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"one hundred one percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred one percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Letter that the federal reserve an enormous rally in order to accomplish and that's a fact yeah well the fact for themselves. well the fact for the zero point zero zero one percent. and the zero point zero one percent. if you take those two groups combine. the one percent and the one one hundred one percent take those two. put these groups this put them in perspective as to their wealth as the income inequality. they go this way both these groups combine. twenty percent of our country's pop the rug to say that about twenty percent of our country's population they don't eighty nine percent of the country's wealth. well the eighty nine percent of the cut which most that wealth come from it comes from the stock market so that's why they had to rig the market financially engineer. push the stock market up but not the economy. they made the economy looked like it was going up by giving massive credit to the bottom eighty percent of the country's population. who just eleven percent of our country's wealth think about it they gave the bottom eighty percent of our country's population after the crash huge credit. eleven percent of our what the has eleven percent over what they give them all the credit. eighty percent of the population go buy anything you want we don't care what your creditors. because they said well if we can show we're growing economy. because they're out there spending people are too stupid they said to know that are spending only because a credit not money they're making from wages or savings so what we can do is match get all let them go out there and spend like crazy spend more than Ancon spend forty percent more than income and weak it and then this is stock markets going up they were making a fortune in the stock market. by financially engineer engineering it which stock buybacks and the market goes up think about this demarco's of three hundred and fifty per cent. for very small population. three fifty percent. for the zero point zero zero one percentile. it is zero point one percent top. thank you and how shoals that's about one million households are sixty nine million that's what the whole market was about. they made a fortune but the rest of the country was all on credit and that's why we that's where we are today. we're still there that's why the market since October. Peter knocked over and four different times try to break out and has not and now what's happening I'll tell you when I get back what's happening. want more information on the show. game dot com or give them a call at eight seven seven six hundred..

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"one hundred one percent" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred one percent" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Should have more than two you know why it just hacks off liberals of people by if you do it just make sure that everybody knows about it's you really get underneath their skin like go to some of your holy twenty parties is it ever going by the left over there and just have a box that is but another got decide to say that see that's when we fall apart again they get all these emotional reactions are they going to say that it's a terrible thing that you get it of course you'll then ask the one question why is a terrible and they can't answer what is a terrible that I have this god we already have a few now I have another what if I was going to do anything bad I would have done it with one of the guns that I already had help I made anything worse by getting that actually anyway let me get to the point now of how they don't they think things through we're now doing this thing that they want all expand background checks and like the postal one hundred one percent of people supposedly support mostly because they don't take it through when they don't even know what it means the private sale so called loophole and the other one is the transferred via inheritance Michael gets your guns if you croak who does get your guns if you croak you have you let left them in your will to your daughters you have your wrote that in now all I have at it you can't write out your wife you can't write a wife item well I thought well you have a you know what you have what what you have to complicate everything for me let's just say it was your wife we help me on this it's it's your wife the idea of requiring her to go through a background check in order to get the guide inherited from you is kind of silly you already bought the god but let's suppose we do office we've done it and now because they made us to it all transfers of god require a background check and now it's twenty twenty one and that's the law that's in effect and we have let's really get about sat at African American gay male gives a gun to up for protection to his fellow African American gay male partner in fact let's say they're married so the gay they're married and they're a racial minority and they violate the background check law because the one guy gives the gun to the other guy let's imagine now he did it because he felt as though some people were harassing get bullied fought by live background check law right are you telling me that any of these lefties want that person thrown in jail what do you say your bag government cabinet is that right the point that I make about them not thinking things through let's suppose we pass is like spending on his back project you're going to be the first people to say that we should not even enforce the law or do anything about it who do you think it is it's mostly violating this one now a lot of the street ray guns that are going moving back and forth in low income communities racial minority communities African American communities etcetera that's where a lot of these gun transfers occur already.

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"one hundred one percent" Discussed on Pro Business Channel

Pro Business Channel

11:27 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred one percent" Discussed on Pro Business Channel

"When I was growing up my both my parents worked and when I was probably six <unk> six at six or seven but before you not go to school my grandmother would be the one who took care of me all the time and I would you know when you're little you know oh you just call her called her mom just because she was the woman was taken care of me because my you know birth mother was at work. Dad was at work but the crazy thing funny thing is I still call her mom to this day. I mean some people think it's weird or whatever but I it's. It's you know mom can help you know she she she she was in that role right absolutely absolutely so talk a little talk to us about your <hes> your grandmother's because this is what the foundation is in remembrance of so. I do you think that <hes> molded you and <hes> we're you weren't in a fatherless bliss home situation because there. I mean <hes> the whole family structure. Modem me <hes>. My grandparents accented that it wasn't <hes> my my mom. My Mom and dad raised me strong. <hes> and my grandparents were dead to support that plus some you know to to to bring <hes> a reference point of reference says well because you know unlike today. I still respected what my grandparents said right and when they said it wasn't like I'm GonNa tell mom on you grandma. That didn't happen as you try that once. AH GRANDMA SAYS GRANDMA that that was what she say yeah. It wasn't like going thickened opinion but will just to finish this. This line is I'm picturing by grammar there too and when you saw your mom respecting her you know you couldn't circumvent that right <hes> and I I wasn't even paying attention to the time we got some rapid fire. Questions were real good. Oh Seattle time here pretty quick so <hes> before we do some rapid fire and some other topics so <hes> what's the call to action. How would people find out about the organization. Get Involved Gault caught the accident definitely visit my website at Edessa ends allying foundation dot org a different family me on facebook as well but <hes> I'll be. I would be remiss if I didn't go through some some some quit. satistics real fast just give people an idea of the epidemic. DEMOC fatherless homes crimes eighty percent of the youth or who are come father's homes end up in prison seventy percent <hes> juvenile's in state operating institutions and this is all from the immune recorded dot dot Org <hes> if you education sediment percent highschool drop-outs our forefathers homes <hes> behavior you got decision to use what's the percentage of dropouts seventy one percent seventy one hundred one percent behavior. Yes sixty three percent for us. You suicide of a father disowns <hes> eighty five percent of us. Who Show behavior have you disorders cover father's homes ninety percent are followed his homes? Children are runaways health you got senator percent of adolescents percents <hes> or chemical dependent and also we look at the mess shooters the secret in order that or the <hes> the unknown truth most of them come from fatherless homes white or black was that white and black white and black her chromosomes because a lot of them have behavior issues right they had trust issue have bandmann issues and again none of these figures drop below forty fifty percent and then we look at the <hes> the <hes> the child's sex three auto moto shouldn't cover forest home so if when young girls who as as well as a young man. I mean it's kind of daunting or just <hes> it's almost too much to try to wrap your head around <hes> but I mean what organizations are taking the lead on this. I mean <hes> like the boys club. Whatever right or maybe the NO <HES> DO my research. I'm I'm shocked by the number that are not out there <hes> again. It's a salad epidemic. <hes> black community does not want to talk about it for whatever reason and white community. I. I don't think we the sees it as as their problem because again ninety nine percent of Ah here's that on the mentorship program Gwinnett county particularly that black minority primarily black so if they feel Caucasians occasions <hes> kids caught up in the system like this so again you have the hear no evil speak no evil see no kind. China thing <hes> but again you cannot turn on the news and see the implications of what happened in nineteen sixty five so I mean are are there. <hes> celebrities are thought leaders or taking any elite on this or <hes> what. I what I've seen personally seems team. Steve Harvey Yeah. You saw your personal facebook about Steve. He's he's big on this and he's the one that I've seen most prominently <hes>. He's doing a great job getting word out there there a couple of movies out there <hes> father this <hes>. I believe the movie came out. That's that's on my facebook page. So <hes> <hes> this gentleman who went around the country interviewing <hes> <hes> not only single mothers also single man who who who have been racing in a single parent households he came from a single payer hassle so the movie out definitely recommend this going to youtube. Youtube and and going to the site <hes> and just seeing first hand hearing stories of first hand wouldn't that they the effects of <hes> going up without a father. What do you think that the possibility of <hes> kind of reversing that legislation we can get the government involved to reverse some some of that and given incentive <hes> to keep the fathers in the home rate <hes> that I think that'd be very challenging in this Puerto Rice political environment environment now first of all the Democratic Party has to come to grips so what they did to relax and particularly and particularly not he sixty five and secondly blacks to look in the mirror and say this is a situation too and then move forward because come it doesn't do anything without the people stand ended up the same. We want you to do this immediate. I mean I don't know how to phrase this but sometimes I see like <hes> <hes> someone being featured on some of the outlet it and it's the mom with the kids and they're kind of applauded in celebrated that this mom raise the kids on their own right but at and and I'm I'm not trying to smerch women who are out there doing this anything new. I mean you know there were periods and mother's raising kids kids before Nineteen sixty-five i._T.'s before but as you as you said the celebration of it now yeah with that the more more weight right to say you could do this post.

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"one hundred one percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred one percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Newman cigar company here and eat more city the last active quality cigar place the we've got here right now and Eric I understand the government is coming after you one more time here morning Jack we should stop really like this we certainly should I like meeting on the front steps of your of your cigar factory there and having a big cigar and a beer we look forward to that as well yeah we're we're still fighting STA there was a editorial by senator Rubio couple weeks ago in the camp of eight times and center will be and time consuming campus after then tremendous in our fight against STA this is going on since two thousand eleven we're still battling them we have been you know both are center will be in China's me Kasher have put a bill in Congress to exempt premium cigars like the ones that we make in our divorce the fact exempt from regulation at that hasn't become the law of the land we're still working out on that and we're still working with the F. trying to get a hold of crap in ministration because when a crime so mandates was to eliminate over regulation unfortunately become the poster child everything that's long regulation in business so we're working on that angle too and and you know there's all these witnesses this law in these regulations were staggered we have the next the regulation we have to comply with was posted in did buy are the steps to the deadline of August twenty twenty one Congress has the ability if he has the ability to take every scale of market that we heard this the last twelve years mostly complete with substantially equivalent those are the very words not my my my words just cars we made before two thousand and seven and a group of health agencies soon FTA and with that deadline up to nextra net net net that next may rom with that is there is no guidance from misty how we're supposed to comply which means it's impossible to meet these deadlines so we're we're still battling with going to court we're working with our representatives will be cast your trying to get what's not the restoration but still a balance with us since two thousand eleven skate hire some all I know and if they succeed in going all the way through this basically it would put you out of business one if they come to full compliance with cost much thirty million dollars which is a lot more than money then and then you have I have most people have it and it would so we are still battling between us like cigarettes yeah we have the boogie man there are they are they are concerned about use accessed to to the back row and they did a good job putting cigarettes under wraps but they sometimes a Washington they have this one size fits all remedy law there problems and only one tenth I'm sorry one one hundred one percent of all tobacco products sold this country Indian set cigars they're trying to treat us like we're like the rest of the tobacco industry and it's awful don't inhale cigars cigar smokers don't they take it in joy the taste in the mouth and blow it out and it just boggles my mind that they're doing this again are continuing to do this is there anything our listener can do to to appeal to the right person up there to try to get him to stop it not at this time last last year at this time using your listers were so helpful we start as a safe cigar city campaign we put our up and are factors that don't regulate cigarettes say cigar city so let S. E. A. takes the cigar are the cigar city we've got over thirty four thousand comments that were sent to FDA their commentary fortunately the M. got around to medium they don't have to do that because they they might make us feel good but they're still supposed to be they have to look these comments over but we've we've we've made a lot of rallies thanks to you in your list as we have a lot of noise here can't keep scars and the and the scarcity we also Washington is listening well let's hope that Kathy and Marco can get her done up there and Eric will stay in touch with you here and four four but the worst that'll happen is people ask me all the time what's going on what's going on what's going on done deal it isn't a done deal we have to keep this site alive the more you and your listeners to keep on asking questions this what like you aren't keep this on the front burner better chance we have to come to a possible resolution all right let's try to do it Eric Newman the president of J. C. Newman cigar company runs along with his brother Bobby and thanks for joining us at seven twenty nine on a M. Tampa Bay WFLA news dot com on your phone with the I heart radio I have been on hundreds of devices like a Lexus Google home Xbox.

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"one hundred one percent" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred one percent" Discussed on KDOW

"The US manufacturing if things for show, good that why is it that US manufacturing punch to a ten year low? Why? are you kidding the trucking industry economy social right now it's a blood that it's a bloodbath out there commercial real estate there's another one real dangerous commercial nobody wants to talk about commercial real estate the same are same owners the one one or one percent are owners who run to the federal reserve who makes the decision what interference you're going to be these are the same ones who dropped rates down zero so they could get very wealthy themselves pushing interest rates down knows what's it does get that rig down zero and they turn around and they take that money and they go a by treasury and when they buy treasury that pushes rates way down so they get down to zero so they can take that money zero and buy stocks and the stock market all goes up on all this phony zero percent money's cost co q. e. they did the same thing the same group goes out and they buy real estate they buy commercial real estate they did same thing there now they got the same problem real estate since two thousand and ten i think it is is gone up almost one hundred eleven percent why well same thing if all of a sudden our owners turn around and push interest rates down to zero by printing money and buying ten year treasury yields and then when the treasury yields drop the interest rate long-term industry drops that means that in the short term federate day dropped their rates down to zero and then naturally they take that money and they went out and they all kinds of commercial real estate but we've got the same problem there when interest rates start going up the commercial real estate is going to be a plug that why do you think the president is out there begging powell to cut rate well i guess they indicated they're going to be low him should have done sooner but what are you gonna do can't win them all he should have done it sooner but can't win at all wait a minute but he but when he became but powell listen when trump got rid of aunt it was because she was keeping rates too low for too long to create the big fat ugly bubble in our stock market in commercial real estate when you keep printing money call q._e. this quantitative easing is and u._p. printing money and take that money and run over to the bond market and buy all the bonds so the ten year treasury yield goes way down then they can turn around the federal reserve and push their short jer rate for five percent down to zero and that money that free money creates the stock bubble is big fat ugly bubble and trump came out and said this big ugly bubble if you raise rates a little bit it's gonna crash and he kept saying we got to control us we got the zero rates are killing our connie from within because while the very wealthy the top one percent tile and the one hundred one percent now they're getting very rich in going into commercial real estate buying stocks but none of that money is going to the middle class now let's go into mainstream they're not taking any of the money the c._e._o.'s and putting into wages so the standard of living for mainstream not going anywhere you elect me as president i'm going to make america great again we're going to stop that we're going to stop it's just a party for the very wealthy to keep on printing money to keep buying treasuries to push interest rates down so they can use that money to go buy real estate by stock by our org become very very wealthy because interest rates to get is nothing zero that hardly anything i'm gonna fix that he says well what she saying now remember he he he wouldn't put on the back in because she kept rates too low for too long and when you do that destroy the konami from within because nothing when rates are too low people aren't gonna have savings they're not gonna have a savings account because they're not getting any money they go out and speculated something else there's no savings accounts then you can't start a business and small businesses is the backbone of our country small businesses is sixty five percent of our employers employees member we get all our employees most of our employees sixty five seventy percent of our employees are workers for small businesses but we don't have any small businesses anymore because why because there's no savings because who's gonna save getting less than a quarter percent so people are taking that money somewhere else so this whole big giant bubble through quantitative easing stock buybacks this whole bubble here we are now trump's nervous as hell he sees what's going on he peg it when he was candidate now he said oh my god i should have done something a year ago now i've got to run for office i gotta keep pushing the stock market up because what i did by embracing the quantitative easing the zero interest rates to keep on pushing the stock market i'm and i took credit for i'm stuck now i can't go in and stop it now i should have done what i said when i was a candidate but now i can't do that i gotta i gotta keep forced each rates down but here's the problem he can't force the reach down now because we got too much evidence that the economy is bad what was happening we got a lot of the big evidences yields are down and when yields you're going down the dollar's going down that tells you you there's no confidence in the economy that means the big institutional investors from europe reneur they're not investing that's what's really going on so he put himself in a corner do we care not a bit because we're gonna make money whether market goes up or down on plane that when.

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KDOW

08:38 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred one percent" Discussed on KDOW

"Now see the case for somewhat more accommodative policy has strengthened. So far this year. The economy has performed reasonably. Well, with solid fundamental supporting continued growth and strong employment. We have incoming data in the United States that's been pretty good. Particularly for the consumer consumer spending solid supported by, you know, healthy job market, high levels of employment wages going up. Unbelievable. All is gonna feels gang coach coast around the country off the Wall Street radio network. Guests those allies. Now, I'm going to spike you today. Why everybody's so happy why the market's going up to hundred points when the signal that we are getting is a crash coming. I the recession than crash. And it's amazing how they use these tools to mask, what's really going on and use these lap on these financial shows TV financial shows to pump up the market when they should be warning. Warning to truth. If things are so good, then why are interest rates going down? Why are they pushing down? And why is the market going up if interest rates are signed of negative this. Recession crash. Lower rates. Always means economy is suffering economies. Not growing our commie. Remember? Is responsible for seventy percent of our GDP growth. Spending should say is responsible for growth. So everybody's happy today. We're happy. We're making my gangs making money, but what's really going on? What, what how saying yesterday I'm not going to tell you what he wanted us to come out away from that announcement. What he wants us to think I'm gonna tell you. Between the lines what he was really saying, I'm gonna trip it for you. See what he just said there. Those clips, I just paid. You gotta read in between the lines when he saying is we're going to have a definite increase. I mean definite hot. An interest and July. And that's why this morning when we woke up we're up two hundred points. Because anybody who is shorting market had a turn around and take those positions buying that pushing the market up. Nothing more than a big short-covering rally. Now understand this. Everybody thinks when interest rates are down the market's going up. That's a wonderful thing when it's just the opposite. But they mashed it. So you think it's just the opposite. Now he should've told you yesterday explained it clearly what's going on. He said, look. First of all, I want. Everybody understand United States. What treasuries are most people don't they're very complicated. But I'm gonna try to translate for you. What's really going to tell you the truth? I'm not going to tell you what my owners, the one hundred one percent twenty eight hundred of them who control the Federal Reserve. Who's annual income for the twenty twenty eight hundred people individual incomes are twenty seven million a year at least internet worth is thirteen billion. They own the they control the Federal Reserve. And I have to do what they want. So let's start out with treasury's bond yields. Treasury yields or interest rate, same thing signal. Either confidence in the economy. By high yield high interest. Same thing yields interest, fouled, by a strong dollar. So if there's confidence in the economy's growth and how well we're going to do, and that wages are going to go up and people are going to be spending. They have good jobs interest rates yields go up, and the dollar goes up a strong dollar indicates a strong economy. Or if there's no confidence in the economy. Fear of recession fear, a crash instead of high heels we have low yield low interest, followed by a weak dollar weak dollar means a week Connie. So let's think about what's happening today. But let's start back on November seventh two thousand eighteen. Interest yield bond yields have been dropping. Thirty seven percent. Now, remember what that means when the yields drop I ate interesting thing that means there's no confidence in the economy. So treasury yields since November seventh two thousand eighteen. Have dropped thirty seven percent from three point two one two two point oh one today. Now, you think the market, be going down? If you understood that, right? If I came out and said, everybody look man. Loonies interest rate. They are going she this what he should've said yesterday. Look at these interest rates look at these yields, they're going down. That means there's no confidence in this economy, by the big institutions who purchased stocks. The big institutions, and the Europeans who we gotta rely on who contribute forty percent of our stock market. When they see these yields going down, these interest rates going down, there's fear. So they shift out of the safety of the bond market. Shift out of safety. I mean, sorry they shift into safety into the bond market or goal. So he should've said yesterday, watch go is gold is going to go up because more people out of safety because seeing the decline in ills decline in interest rates, they're gonna head to gold. Yes. Some are going to go to the security of the treasury and bonds. And as long as you see the yields going down. You know, the aware, we're gonna have a crash economy's not doing well. So look at our goal price. I got my gang members into go along time ago before anybody else, do what's not going to say that to you. He's not gonna come out and point out, you look at the looking insurance going down. That means we're coming up on a recession. We're coming up on a crash. No, they got mesh that because seventy percent of our economic GDP growth from you spending. And if you're grumpy, you're not gonna spend if you have fear you're not gonna spend so they're not gonna tell you that. So they came up with a system to mask. What's going on? And to you. And then they have they're lapdogs who go right along with these guys on these financial TV shows. So the key consumer spending, which is responsible seventy percent of GDP, grow our owners, the one one hundred of one percent tile whose income is twenty seven million a year and worth is thirteen million who control the Federal Reserve decisions on interest rates will introduce Q E quantitative easing a confidence game. And the other tool is stock buybacks and accounting trickery. To boost stocks higher to create an allusion a real profit, whether just pay for profits and the allusion that the stock market, reflects the economy, there's a key to get you think the stock market going up or up, two hundred and three points today that you think the economy's terrific. Look at this the market's going up that is a.

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860AM The Answer

06:56 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred one percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"So everybody's happy today. We're happy. We're making my gangs making money, but what's really going on? What had paol saying? Well, I'm not going to tell you what he wanted to come away from that announcement. What he wants us to think. And I'm gonna tell you. Between the lines what he was really saying, I'm going to trip it for you. See what he just said there. Those clips, I just paid. You gotta read in between the lines when he saying is we're gonna have a definite increase. I mean a definite hot. An interest and you lie. And that's why this morning when we woke up we're up two hundred points because anybody who is shorting the market had to turn around and take those positions buying him back pushing the market up. Nothing more than a big short-covering rally. Now understand this. Everybody thinks when interest rates are down the market's going up. That's a wonderful thing when it's just the opposite. But they mashed it. So you think it's just the opposite. Now he should've told you yesterday explained it clearly what's going on. He said, look. First of all, I want. Everybody understand United States. What treasuries are most people don't they're very complicated. But I'm gonna try to translate for you. What's really going to tell you the truth? I'm not going to tell you what my owners the one hundred one percent twenty one hundred of them who control the Federal Reserve. Who's annual income for the twenty twenty eight hundred people and visual. Incomes are twenty seven million a year at least and their net worth is thirteen billion. They own the they control the Federal Reserve. And I had to do what they want. So let's start out with treasury's bond yields. Treasury yields or interest rate, same thing signal. Either confidence in the economy. By high yield high interest. Same thing heels interest foul by a strong dollar. So if there's confidence in the economy's growth and how well we're going to do, and that wages are going to go up, and people are going to be spending, and they have good jobs interest rates yields go up, and the dollar goes up a strong dollar indicates a strong economy. Or if there's no confidence in the economy. Fear of recession fear of crash instead of high heels we have low yields low interest, followed by a weak dollar weak dollar means a week Connie. So let's think about what's happening today. But let's start back on November seven two thousand eighteen. Interest yields bond yields have been dropping. Thirty seven percent. I remember what that means. When yields drop I ate interesting thing that means there's no confidence in the economy. So treasury yields since November seven two thousand eighteen. Have dropped thirty seven percent from three point two one two two point oh one today. Now, you would think the market, be going down. If you understood that, right? If I came out and said to everybody look man. Looking interest rate, they are going to see this what he should've said yesterday. Look at these interest rates look at these yields, they're going down. That means there's no confidence in this economy, by the big institutions who purchase stocks. The big institutions, and the Europeans who we gotta rely on who contribute forty percent of our stock market. When they see these yields going down, these interest rates going down, there's fear. So they shift out of the safety of the bond market. Out of safety. I mean, I'm sorry. They shift into safety into the bond market or gold. So he should've said yesterday. Watch coke is gold is going to go up because more people out of safety because seeing that the Klein in ills decline in interest rates, they're gonna head to gold. Yes. Some are going to go to the security of the treasury by bonds. And as long as you see the yields going down. You know, be aware we're going to have a crash and you kind of not doing well. So look at our goal price. I got my gang members into go a long time ago before anybody else did. But see Powell is not going to say that to you. He's not gonna come out and point out. You look at the look at the interest rates are going down. That means we're coming up on a recession. We're coming up on a crash. No, they gotta mash that because seventy percent of our economic GDP growth comes from you spending. And if you're grumpy, you're not gonna spend, if you have fear you're not going to spend so they're not going to tell you that so they came up with a system to mask, what's going on? And tonight you. And then they have their lapdogs who go right along with it. These guys on these financial TV shows. So the key, consumer spending, which is responsible for seventy percent of our, Judy grow our owners, the one one hundred of one percent whose income is twenty seven million a year and net worth is thirteen billion who controlled the Federal Reserve decisions on interest rates will introduce Q E quantitative easing a confidence game. And the other two is stock buybacks and accounting trickery. To boost stocks higher to create an illusion of real profits, whether just paper profits, and the allusion that the stock market reflect the economy, there's the key to get you think the stock market going up or up, two hundred and three points today that you're thinking the economy's terrific. Look at this, the moncus going up that is.

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"one hundred one percent" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred one percent" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"We're here every single Sunday. We want to make sure that our listeners are totally educated on the entire process of buying selling investing or holding real estate. And we have on top tier professionals with us to get go ahead and give us that guidance. We need so we can get rid of any fear in the process and move forward. So if you have any questions at all. You can call off air number anytime throughout the show or any day of the week, four zero one two one seven two triple three, I'll be saying that number throughout the show. So, you know, who to reach for a one to one seven two triples, three. So this being a real estate show. A lot of our listeners are actually they're sellers and buyers all wrapped up into one, right? They're selling their buying. Whether they're downsizing or up sizing or whatever it is a huge chunk believe it's sixty five percent of buyers right now are, are also seller. So, so the biggest question that were that were asked in this market that we're in right now is what can I do to prepare my home for sale to get the maximum dollar? Okay. Great question. The number one piece of advice that I can give you is to listen to your real estate professional. Okay. And here's why let me I've got data that backs this up and why this is absolutely important. This data comes actually from my client. Okay. So we took our past one hundred and fifteen clients who were selling a property, and what we did was we figured out, which sellers were successful in which sellers were not successful. Okay. It we separated into two columns. All right. So what we found out was that ninety six ninety six of our sellers. Okay. Roughly eighty percent of our sellers took our advice and what we found was that they sold their home within sixteen days on average at one hundred one percent of list price, so they literally obtained a higher sales price than list price within sixteen days, then looking further nineteen of our seller clients out of the past one hundred fifteen so almost about twenty percent. Did it their way? They took the Frank Sinatra way. They did it their way and they were on the market for forty six days on average, in sold that ninety. Six percent of originalist price. Okay. So these were clients that said, hey, you know what? We're not gonna take your professional advice. We're going to go ahead and quote, unquote leave room for negotiations aka price the home, too high, and then deal with the price drops, and then deal with the, the lower flow of traffic, potentially relisting, the property, repricing, it all of that B S. And it literally made them so much less. Okay. Our clients with a three hundred thousand dollar home earned fifteen thousand dollars. More on average, the clients that took her advice than the clients that didn't so on all different price ranges. You could see how this can affect you. And also, our clients that took our advice, literally paid virtually nothing for broker fees because we've covered it because our advice was that good? Was that practical, and it literally covered all of their broker fees for the buyer's agent for the south. Agent and what a.

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"one hundred one percent" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred one percent" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Five the Rick Unger show. Welcome back to the reconquer show. What do you say, we hit the phones beginning with rich who's calling us from Chicago rich. Welcome to the program. What is on your mind today? Well, Rick, I want to say I really appreciate the show in the topics discussed. This election is this. You know, I'm getting close to sixty and I'm noticing a pattern I call it the one percent pattern and that is that it seems to be more on the right side of things that people will do one hundred one percent incremental things to try to push the election in there say they only have thirty percent of maybe the people that will constantly vote for them. So first thing is you need to get less than fifty percent of the people to vote, so you gotta dissuade or somehow make it seem like it's not worth it for you to do it, but then between caging putting one machine in a poor neighborhood and ten in a rich I mean, on and on the list is endless. But if you do one hundred one percent incremental things to shift in your direction the chances of you winning are one hundred percent. Rich, you put that so, well, I can't tell you and you bring something up that is absolutely worth. Mentioning, you know, I talked about how, how we are so dropping the ball for some obvious reasons when it comes to protecting our elections from foreign interference, but you're, you're raising another point. That is pretty critical. And that is how much is being done in this country right now to impact our elections within the United States. There is no question that there has been a drive underway for some time now to remove voter rights from we know who they're, they're not looking to take voter rights away from upper middle class, white people are they, we know how this is happening. And, you know, I don't care who you're four. I don't care who your candidate is. I don't care what party you belong to when you start selling out the most basic and I mean, V most basic of American ideals. We are in deep tr. A hundred percent. And there's, there's easy fixes like other countries, do I think I'll stralia does is just make boating mandatory you turn eighteen you're registered to vote, and you have to vote or there's a small fine. You know, make a day or holiday, where everybody goes devote. I don't know how diebold machines are able to work pretty well for us doing our banking. But somehow, we can't use them correctly. That win. Still baffles me. There's some easy fixes for this and we're not working toward that end. The foreign interference is just one more of these one percent incremental. Why would we wanna fix it if it benefits us? And if you look at any one thing that I said, if I talked to someone a normal conversation, I'm not saying that it's not normal with you, but people look at me, like a third eye or that I'm crazy by saying, well, simple thing like this can affect the election, but it's not just one simple thing. It's this collection of things that people are very cagey, and they'll puns intended to be able to manipulate it that way, you know, I mean, gerrymandering on and on. And you know, it's, it's so ridiculous because people just never. And I'm talking about all sides. But mostly Republicans, I gotta be, honest, people, people don't seem to realize that by winning in the short term, they are certainly going to lose in the long term. You know, if you come up with all of these tricks to, to push a certain result in election. Sinner later that is going to backfire on you, because the other side can do the same thing. I gotta tell you rich. You've got the right perspective on this. I hope that our country wakes up and realizes that support for a particular president. And again, I don't care if it's a democratic president or a Republican president is just not a reason to short circuit with this country is all about. There's gonna be a price to be paid for it. We have this tendency to think that every day that we're, we're alive is the greatest most important day in the history of our country. Well, it's not it's not. But when you start taking the collective actions that you are referring to we are seeing to it that, that day that is going to be grave in our history is gonna come rich really appreciate your comment. You made some great points. Thanks waterfall. Thank you. You know, before we go onto our next caller, I really do want to highlight the importance of what rich from Chicago was talking about we cannot afford to be short sighted, as we are, and get so wrapped up in our prefer party are preferred candidates that it becomes win at any cost. This will do more to destroy the entire American concept. Then almost anything that I can think of, and when you think about what's so troubles you about the times, we are living in. Isn't that really what it's about, look, we may not like the president's policies, but when you win elections, and he won the election. You get to put your policies into play that is not. I don't believe what makes people worry about what this president is doing to our nation's future. What makes us worry is the fact that all he cares about is his personal victories. All right. Let's grab another caller. We got Stephanie also from Chicago. Stephanie oil, welcome to the program. What's on your mind today? What's on my mind today is this war hospitable war? We can get into with Iran. My biggest problem is going to say the draft back like going back in history on a lot of things, you know, civil rights, women's rights. Are we going to go back to the draft again in order to? Big enough to find a rant if we're going. That's for someone who's a draft dodger. You know, I really can't see behind when he didn't go to wall himself. Yeah. That's, that's certainly a good point. I'll tell you what I seriously seriously doubt that we are going to go to war with Iran. So I mean look, I can certainly be proven wrong on that with this president, but I I don't see the upside. I don't see it happening and I don't see Iran doing anything to draw us into one. I don't see where it benefits them. I know it does not benefit us and ask for the draft. That's an interesting question. If we were to get to the point where where we were short on military folks when we return to the draft. It's disgust. I know it's not a popular notion, but I guess we'd have to wait and see, but your, your point is certainly, well made that how ironic would it be that somebody who avoided the draft by saying what bone Spurs, in his, and then he couldn't remember which we had them in? Yeah. That would be a very.

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"one hundred one percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred one percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Debt of two hundred trillion never mind to twenty two twenty two hundred trillion unfunded Medicare Medicaid all that security. So what do you do you can't make it very few people can make? But they tell us, we got the greatest economy, ever who are these people, these lapdogs. To let dash for the elitist, the lap dogs for the one one hundred of the one percent who eighty five percent of their wealth comes from the stock market. Why? Because see they have a collective mindset. The one one hundred one percent as twenty eight hundred people they believe the world can't function, properly can function without them unless they the richer, the richest get even richer, and that's the excuse to make sure that they keep killed the value of the dollar lie about inflation, Todd where there's none, so they can keep printing money and give it to them to keep speculating in the stock market. Oh, what about the people that 4._0._1._K? Well, good luck. Because every crash you never get out in time, you'll never get out in time because you're not allowed to mitigate any losses in the markets crashing. You gotta stay take it. Son, believable, so what do you, do you got to invest? And that's what we do here we hope to help you. We can't change everything we can point out every day all this stuff. The most just go on with their life because they're busy. They don't wanna make the change. Not the didn't want it. I don't have time. So we simplified it sank you look. How about going with our performance? We put a foot for together of six into the stocks and we put a for Foley together of five of three itchy those are the what we call the exchanges. That's like your. XL laugh. Your items moment, cap stocks your Bank. Stocks is three. Those three groups are like the foundation of the stock market, that's where all the big institutional money goes. When they borrow money at free or two percent one percent. That's where they go. And then you have all that stock by that you want to be in those groups were all that money, you wanna be in the good for their buying all the stock buybacks. We just got a number and it for stock buybacks from just for two thousand eighteen it's not going down. It's going up incredible. The stock by I'll find you that number at a minute, but it's, it's going absolutely crazy. Two thousand eighteen right on the heels of the tax reform. You know, everybody's going to get a four thousand dollar check in the mail or tax cut. Stock buybacks surpressed over one trillion dollars. That's the first time ever this in two thousand eighteen. Think of this eighty six percent of the S and P five hundred company now and this first quarter repurchase one hundred eighty billion worth of their own stock, and he wanted to know why the market crash when went down twenty percent. Pam right back up twenty percent because their engineering their engineering and you're not in it, you're sitting there with a stupid 4._0._1._K because when the market does get clobbered you're going to get clobbered. Fat loaded.

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"one hundred one percent" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred one percent" Discussed on KOMO

"For making reservations and checking in better than they did a year ago, but being honest, you know, the passengers complain about the seat comfort in the overhead storage, the luggage fees and the food quality. So how can so many people be satisfied? Well, let's think about it in relative terms to her when we talk about airlines at seventy four on zero to one hundred scale that's actually still in the bottom quarter of all of the industries that we measure in atheist. So speaking folks, aren't terribly excited about airlines, and yes, you're absolutely right. They're still complaining about things like the seats are comfortable, the food isn't the greatest and so on. Again, relatively speaking. Even little tweets that airlines can make little things they can do around the margins is enough to give it a little tiny kick. The travel report is based on interviews with nearly thirteen thousand customers you chose Miranda between April of last year and March of this year. Alaska Airlines taking the tough spot. It scored eighty out of one hundred one percent from last year. There aquisition which was also very highly rated airline. And so adding in the flights more flexibility that customers have now with the the virgin schedule being integrated into Alaska that definitely helps and the loyalty program for Alaska rates, very very high. Hallmark for them something that really differentiates them from other airlines JetBlue and southwest tied for the second spot at seventy nine tell us a little bit about those perennial leaders. They happened to fall into the second place spot this year, but only a point behind Alaska, generally, speaking, southwest and JetBlue do a great job of providing a value based experience. They're not a deep discount airline like frontier and spirit, which rank at the bottom of the ACS ice study. But they are generally less expensive than say the deltas the Americans United and still offer a reasonably good experience given that the prices lower. And when you look at hotel brands hotels to bid, you're this year. Yes, that's. Right hotels are down slightly. We're seeing the big chains. Definitely feeling some pressure from all of the other options that are out there, the Airbnb es and alternative types of approaches that people are availing themselves more frequently of now when they travel David.

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"one hundred one percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred one percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"News, traffic, and weather. This is NewsRadio. WFL LA Tampa and Rex TB HD two Clearwater. More money governor Disentis asking President Trump to increase federal government funding for hurricane Michael clean up. The satis requesting the federal share go from seventy five percent to ninety percent for the remaining work. Florida's two Republican US senators are applauding the Trump administration's decision to end exemptions for countries that import Iranian oil. In a statement. Senator Marco Rubio said he's long supported applying maximum pressure on Iran. Do the country's escalating support for terrorism and human rights abuses on Twitter. Senator Rick Scott called the decision to end waivers important step to cut off the money supply to Iran. The end of waivers means countries who previously had permission to import Iranian oil will face sanctions Ricco show NBC News Radio with the twenty twenty presidential election getting closer by the day. The focus of the candidates has already turned to Florida where new data shows the Hispanic electorate grew by eighty one percent between the two thousand fourteen and eighteen midterms and Hispanics who registered to vote independence grew. By one hundred one percent, that means Hispanics are the fastest growing portion of Florida's electorate heading into twenty twenty in Hillsborough county last month, two babies died while sleeping with their parents in two thousand eighteen eight children in Hillsborough county died from co sleeping. That's prompted sheriff Chad chronic stir to issue a warning to parents, don't put your baby in bed with you. I.

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"one hundred one percent" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred one percent" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The the dot com crash. So that is the deepest on the longest ever had. But that is the deepest the the, you know, the highest rise in the history of America. And so people this is great. You know, why was I ever agreeing to someplace where they're just going to give me so much money. I can raise my become a millionaire, you know, and some people did obviously. But then it was followed by the crash, and if you go back to the origins of to talk about history for a minute, which you have to understand, and there's a lot of comments that have written about this with the 4._0._1._K is that. They expected the level of person to be using the highly compensated executive that would be on top of their pensions. But other words, it wasn't supposed to be that was never designed to be someone's soul retirement plan. It was not as is supposed to be a supplement. And they expected these people to have professional money management because they were highly compensated executives, and they were not money managers, and they expected them to have professional advice at all times on these accounts. And what's happened? We've moved to the do it yourself. Everybody uses it. It is the main plan they have and you've got, you know, from blue collar all the way up to, you know, you know, super high level executives at have these plans. And now they're using custodians. And there's a whole, you know, you know, an entire industry Josh has been developed around Nanjing four one K plans institutionally, and what that looks like. And and that hasn't done a great job. And if you forget about the. Custodians from it and that whole industry and just go back to the market and just look at the market. Yes. We had technology revolution. Yes. We had four hundred seventeen percent growth, but since March of two thousand we've had a very volatile market. You know, we had three years in a row of the dot com bust that was a forty nine percent decline in the S and P five hundred then they asked if you went up one hundred one percent with the housing, which is, you know, mortgage backed securities, and then we had the great recession happened the housing bubble collapse that was fifty seven percent decline and now since March of two thousand and nine so we're just passing the ten year anniversary last month, the S and P five hundred is up three hundred nineteen percent. What you're going to see I love to take you know, people and just say just draw this pattern really steep up down -nother -nother gal, very keep down. Now. Go draw really high up again. And I say go back to second grade math and complete the pattern, you know. And if somebody. Is ten years or less than we tiring? And they're at the point they have all of their money in the market, and they're at this point of high up, you know, they have to be very very concerned that what happened to your God does not happen to them. We're with Rebecca Walser right now. And you can join us on Facebook at F B dot com slash.

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"one hundred one percent" Discussed on Born to Impact

Born to Impact

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred one percent" Discussed on Born to Impact

"But he wasn't allowed to stay for longer than five minutes. So he would get in the car drive to the gym get out to half an exercise get back in the car drive home. And it sounds ridiculous to people at first. But what you realize when you look at it a little bit more as he's mastering the art of showing up. He's becoming the type of person who goes to the gym four days a week reading habit. If you don't if you're not the type of person who shows up four days, you can't you have no hope of being the kind of person who, you know, benches three hundred pounds or gets a bunch of results or whatever. Of the habit. Exactly. Right. You like scale it down. So that you just focus on how can I show up? And this is a key insight about building better habits and overcoming press nation, which is that a habit must be established before it can be improved. If it's not the normal for the norm for you to show up. Then you don't have a chance to optimize anything you have to standardize it before you optimize it. And so I think that's what the two minute rule helps you do. It's a small when where and let's say in that example, that you gave about gentlemen comes home, and he changes, his workout clothes and put the sneakers on. All right. You want to run a marathon? That's the big goal. Right. Most people. This is the problem that we see so many people do come round New Year's when you listen to this going to happen. All the time. People are going to sit really am vicious goals. Go as I have been doing myself put implement some very unsustainable way of cheating. It want to go on a grapefruit diet or go on a detox or whatever. And this is stuff that people were never going to do for the long-term. There probably is too difficult or too hard for them to even sustained in the short term for most people. So they do it for day or two. And then they're like forget it. It's not it's not that important to hard. Instead just swap out the soda for water. Let's just do that. Right. Let's just make that change. And then you make that change for three or four days. And you say, okay, I'm doing I'm doing this. Let's make another change Z's. One percent incremental changes that do one and then add another one cycling team, but applaud your individual life. Right. Like, they made one hundred one percent changes all organized around cycling. And if I come home, I could change into my workout clothes, and I put my sneakers on it's so much more. That's the first thing. I do want to get in the door. It's so much more likely that I'm actually going to go for the run. Then if I just say I want to get a run in some point tonight. Oh, yeah. If I turned to my workout closed, the workouts. It's pretty much already disarmed. Get them in cars on that. Let me just get this small wind on the run. We'll take care of itself. But let me just get my sneakers on for. Sure. Awesome. Which is what you will push. You over the edge to do it James book is called atomic habits. There's so many extras in this book beyond more able to cover on this podcast. Really the core of the heart of the book in four parts of every habit. Four step process for creating a new habit enforce their process for breaking bad won. All of these things are really the the major major me all the other stuff that we got are kind of just like the dressing around it. But it was awesome in and of itself. Will we talked about on the podcast today?.

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"one hundred one percent" Discussed on Born to Impact

Born to Impact

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred one percent" Discussed on Born to Impact

"But he wasn't allowed to stay for longer than five minutes. So he would get in the car drive to the gym get out to half an exercise get back in the car drive home. And it sounds ridiculous to people at first. But what you realize when you look at it a little bit more as he's mastering the art of showing up. He's becoming the type of person who goes to the gym four days a week reading habit. If you don't if you're not the type of person who shows up four days, you can't you have no hope of being the kind of person who, you know, benches three hundred pounds or gets a bunch of results or whatever. Of the habit. Exactly. Right. You like scale it down. So that you just focus on how can I show up? And this is a key insight about building better habits and overcoming press nation, which is that a habit must be established before it can be improved. If it's not the normal for the norm for you to show up. Then you don't have a chance to optimize anything you have to standardize it before you optimize it. And so I think that's what the two minute rule helps you do. It's a small when where and let's say in that example, that you gave about gentlemen comes home, and he changes, his workout clothes and put the sneakers on. All right. You want to run a marathon? That's the big goal. Right. Most people. This is the problem that we see so many people do come round New Year's when you listen to this going to happen. All the time. People are going to sit really am vicious goals. Go as I have been doing myself put implement some very unsustainable way of cheating. It want to go on a grapefruit diet or go on a detox or whatever. And this is stuff that people were never going to do for the long-term. There probably is too difficult or too hard for them to even sustained in the short term for most people. So they do it for day or two. And then they're like forget it. It's not it's not that important to hard. Instead just swap out the soda for water. Let's just do that. Right. Let's just make that change. And then you make that change for three or four days. And you say, okay, I'm doing I'm doing this. Let's make another change Z's. One percent incremental changes that do one and then add another one cycling team, but applaud your individual life. Right. Like, they made one hundred one percent changes all organized around cycling. And if I come home, I could change into my workout clothes, and I put my sneakers on it's so much more. That's the first thing. I do want to get in the door. It's so much more likely that I'm actually going to go for the run. Then if I just say I want to get a run in some point tonight. Oh, yeah. If I turned to my workout closed, the workouts. It's pretty much already disarmed. Get them in cars on that. Let me just get this small wind on the run. We'll take care of itself. But let me just get my sneakers on for. Sure. Awesome. Which is what you will push. You over the edge to do it James book is called atomic habits. There's so many extras in this book beyond more able to cover on this podcast. Really the core of the heart of the book in four parts of every habit. Four step process for creating a new habit enforce their process for breaking bad won. All of these things are really the the major major me all the other stuff that we got are kind of just like the dressing around it. But it was awesome in and of itself. Will we talked about on the podcast today?.

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