18 Burst results for "One Kilo"
The Cultural and Ecological Implications of the Salep Orchid Trade
"Take those steps in and do something professionally with your career to actually. Contribute to the world of conservation, which brings us to the topic of Salad, and if anyone listening has heard of salad at all is probably as an ingredient, which is interesting. Because often times I hear people saying, Vanilla is the only culinary viable orchid on the planet, which is not true. So let's talk about sal up what is it? What is it used for, and where does it come from? When Salad Salad? Actually, it's not only an arcade ashamed Larkin it's like a big group of four kids. If you go through literature, you can find more than thirty five species. SLEAFORD Silane it's also depending on when a whether you are what exactly two different species or group species in Greece different one in Turkey or other countries. So when we talk about the If we see all the countries together faced in weekend, say that the most common once belonged to Janet like or he's like that filariasis also mccown. And infected, maybe it's off races when. So what's smoke one between solid core kids as their root system they most often have obeyed Bob's or? Huber's along one that look like little fingers. If. You see those on the rises. So this is actually a a salad porchet and being driven is coming through the dried and ground Cuba's that's what you get the. Fowler and the Susan Shelley Different. If you see, for example, in Greece, they like days they're just washed with water and dry. But if you go to Durkin also boy in either walking on me, it depends on very Jim. So that's what's giving you the final product of salad father. In what is sell generally used in? I mean, if someone's looking to see if it's an ingredient, what kind of food are they looking at generally or is it a lot just like the orchids that gives us it If you look at it as any greeted Bailey actually there are a lot of things you can find it most often is the traditional beverage. Back. The. Actually it's not always clear product that sometimes makes the cornstarch. Bob Is the one that you make the beverage hot beverage also techie you can find the acid thickening ingredient for they additional ice cream called on the. One that stick you on. an increase is also used or traditional ice cream, but this call, Kai Mikey by this mixed with mustard powder. The one that comes from the must be healthy. So this is more I don't mind. And less. But issue see that he starts Suzanne Masters you can not a fine sapping the most stains places even as an ingredient or bombs. So. Mrs I leave. I much. Boy. While an okay. So these are all terrestrial orchids for anyone that's not familiar with the Genera, and when you talk about harvesting routes, that immediately brings to mind issues that we have with harvesting plants here in North America for instance, panics and high dressed us. Those are two plants that are highly sought after further routes, but the very act of pulling up a plant. By. Its roots kills it right. So this is where you can kind of see the connection with conservation. If you're harvesting the roots of a plant, you're you're taking its life away from it right and so that's where you start to come into issues with biodiversity endangerment with a lot of these orchids correct yet because the production of Saleh Pro Juarez, the use of the entire. Plans. So basically in the overwhelming majority of aces harvesting salad means the destruction of the orchestras selves. Now to make one kilo solid requires a by two and a half thousand plans. To the half thousand individuals, Wallin kilo. Of. Salam powder ouch. Yeah. That's a lot of orchids. Now, if you think about one cup of sal but of the equivalent to Cappuccino or something but drinking salad beverage. you need five grams for that. So if you do the math works as Iran thirteen plans for a single cup of salad drink. Does a pretty expensive kind of process in terms of of orchids. and. There are certain people told you know taking one of the to chew birds and putting the other back but all this is all this is just talk really because the amount of work required harvesting these things it's very hard were, and that's one of the reasons why are studied we found a lot of people that actually stopped elected. Elected Saleh. But It's a bypass were talking about something between. Ten. In Turkey and the launch ed very variable. The amount of used something between twenty and AC tones in a single year. Yeah. And that I remember talk from Professor Cramps Zeke, he mentioned that every year and thirteen one, hundred, twenty, million arcades are being kids in order to produce missile of the year. So it's like a tremendous amount of individuals and as able say that it is like you're actually bringing up a whole mountain that say a huge number. Yeah and again, we wouldn't be talking about conservation here. If this was something that was produced agriculturally, right these are all being taken from the wild they're harvested and those numbers are mind blowing I had no idea what we were getting into when. We started talking about this just in terms of quantity and like you said, it's not just the fact that they're pulling these plants out of the ground and them for this it's your digging the whole time you're also disrupting habitats and that's something I never see talked about when it comes to harvesting foraging anything like that is the fact that if you're digging things up your
"one kilo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"And cocaine in in drugs like that as fast as they can to fentanyl because fence in like I said it's synthetic it's made in a lab it's much more powerful it's much cheaper so the the cartels one minor sells much fence no they can to grains of rice could probably kill you you say two grains are absolutely chase I mean that's just a minute yeah it's it's very scary it's it's fifty times more powerful than heroin so the one kilo of fentanyl is equivalent to fifty kilos worth of heroin now are you saying that that little girl to grains of rice which is so minute that that's the total that ms put into the cocaine that could kill you or do you have to inhale or snaffle or whatever the two grains of rice size to do it right well it depends on the purity so if the fentanyl is purer than yeah if you inhale if you shootout if you know if you take it anyway just to grains of rice that's enough to kill you yeah insoles for them to put in that equivalent they've I don't even know how to they distribute cocaine and what sizes to an individual who is a guy by a little bag or what yeah there's there's a quantity known as an eight ball which you know is is a little bit bigger it's maybe for the whole night usage but the problem is not just that there could be fentanyl in the cocaine but is that nobody knows like I said.
"one kilo" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Mouth piece or something to protect you from breathing no but one of the chemists when we went into the lab pulled his shirt up over his mouth because of the fumes and they had all the windows open so I was a little bit worried about that how big was the plants it had about five or six different lab rooms on one floor of the new construction building so I thought it was going to be a seedy underground lab but it looks like just a suburban office park and there was a fountain in the middle and it had been made recently and it all you know inside it looked like the breaking bad lab the from the outside it just looks like any other office park with the prices and what quantity would dips people be able to buy they were selling in one kilo pricing so it would be twenty five hundred dollars to three thousand dollars for one kilo kilo was about how many inches by how many inches zero is just one small bag you know one bag of the black bag that's not that big but when you think about it like we said only two grains of rice is enough to have you overdose in one kilo there's literally millions of doses in there in the kilo was call girl Sentinel no offense to know but for only three thousand dollars I mean when you think about it a queue of cocaine it's going to be ten times that much and and cocaine is much less potent than fence and also when you do the math it's just absolutely staggering.
"one kilo" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Americans than any drug in history the fact that they don't seem to care about the killing off of their market share customers what does that tell you well it tells you that drug dealers and the drug distributors the Mexican cartels they're very profit driven and the casualties are not a factor to the the Mexican cartels in fact are switching over from heroin and cocaine in in drugs like that as fast as they can to fences now because fans in like I said it's in the attic it's made in a lab it's much more powerful it's much cheaper and so the the cartels one wanna sell as much offense knows they can to grains of rice could probably kill you you say two grains are absolutely chase I mean that's just a minute yeah it's it's very scary it's it fifty times more powerful than heroin so one kilo of fentanyl is equivalent to fifty kilos worth of heroin now are you saying that that little girl to grains of rice which is so minute that that's the total that ms put into the cocaine that could kill you or do you have to inhale or snaffle or whatever the two grains of rice size to do it right well it depends on the purity so if the fentanyl is purer than yeah if you inhale if you shootout is you know if you take it anyway just to grains of rice that's enough to kill you yeah insoles for them to put in that equivalent they've I don't even know how to they distribute cocaine and what sizes to an individual has a guy by a little bag or what yeah there's there's a quantity known as an eight ball which you know is is a little bit bigger it's maybe for the whole night usage but the problem is not just that there could be fentanyl in the cocaine but is that nobody knows like I said the purity.
"one kilo" Discussed on WRVA
"Fact are switching over from heroin and cocaine in in drugs like that as fast as they can to fences now because fans and like I said it's synthetic it's made in a lab it's much more powerful it's much cheaper and so the the cartels one minus sells much fence no they can to grains of rice could probably kill you you say two grains are right absolutely chase I mean that's just a minute yeah it's it's very scary it's it's fifty times more powerful than heroin so the one kilo of fentanyl is equivalent to fifty kilos worth of heroin now are you saying that that little girl to grains of rice which is so minute that that's the total that ms put into the cocaine that could kill you or do you have to inhale or snaffle or whatever the two grains of rice size to do it right well it depends on the purity so if the fentanyl is purer than yeah if you inhale if you shoot out is you know if you take it anyway just to grains of rice that's enough to kill you yeah insoles for them to put in that equivalent they've I don't even know how to they distribute cocaine and what sizes to an individual has a guy by a little bag or what yeah there's a there's a quantity known as an eight ball which you know is is a little bit bigger it's maybe for the whole night usage but the problem is not just that there could be fentanyl in the cocaine but is that nobody knows like I said the.
"one kilo" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
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"one kilo" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"I use office in Texas not if we're gonna play this game who has been demonizing ice well yeah Liberal Democrats but at the top of the list would be Alexandria all got so what day is good been running around claiming that I use and trump are keeping young kids and others in concentration camps and then I heard come some Maloney Tony shooting up a nice office now is the drive by media going to do weeks and months of exhaustive research of transcripts of public statements made by people like Alexander castle Cortez and the one kilo Castro in some of these others who have been demonizing ice for how many years I mean if it's not a **** for tat example I don't know what is some deranged wanna take shooting up bison who is it that's been ripping nice to shreds and lying about what ice does Ken Cuccinelli yeah I gotta hear this false if you haven't can cushion eyes on NPR's morning edition yesterday Rachel Martin is the co host Cuccinelli is the acting director U. S. citizenship and immigration services and they're talking here about the public charge we're all this we talked about it extensively in the past couple of days this is the reform actions not reform it's a re institutional went along always wise if you were to come to the United States you're gonna come here become a citizen part of the deal was you had to demonstrate that you can stand on your own two feet you have to demonstrate your self reliant you have to demonstrate you can take care of yourself that went by the wayside when Liberal Democrats in the chamber of commerce got hold of immigration legal and illegal so trump is simply putting it back in play if you want to get a green card you cannot come here without an ability to provide for yourself you cannot come here without a certain ability a certain education you cannot come here you're not going to get on the public dole well left is outraged by this this is a direct assault on people they claim it's no compassion it's mean spirited extremist and hard hearted normal that rocked so cushion alley is on NPR yesterday now remember this question of the statue of liberty and Emma Lazarus poem on there the left actually thinks that the statue of liberty and that inscription is immigration policy give us your tired give us your poor give us your Thursday givens you're hungry give us the tired Hodel masses then let us take the men they think that's immigration pot it isn't Emma Lazarus wrote this in the is your relevant to immigration policy but has been adopted the as United States immigration policy in every brain dead and I really mean brain dead non thinking American liberals have adopted as a cushion Ali was asked about it yesterday by Rachel Martin would you also agree that analyzers his words etched on the statue of liberty give me your tired your poor are also part of the American ethos they certainly are give me your tired and your poor who can stand on their own two feet and who will not become a public charge of that can you imagine how that went over all the left was outraged over this bike cushion a cushion alley is a no holds barred legitimate down the line conservative and he's also fearless and he is he will not you will not be intimidated by these people and apologizing or shopping up or anything of the sort but this is a this the statue of liberty and the Emma Lazarus poem is a great illustration of how immigration policy and the United States stature liberty has become so bastardized give us your tired your poor and so far has it literally has nothing to do with either the purpose of the United States in fact it's never been on the statute it is in the side the pedestal it was only put there when they put a museum and there it was not part of the original statue of liberty was not part of the design the statue is a gift to the United States the people of France as a beacon of freedom and liberty it's a testament to our founding in our founding fathers in this Emma Lazarus poem had nothing to do with it nothing whatsoever to do with the pope was put in the pedestal museum because it was yours is part of the fund raising for the pedestal it's been coopted by immigration activists and leftists to actually now represent US immigration policy which yeah so it isn't so I wait wait we live every day here fox and they can in an ongoing dis information and misinformation campaign that is actively being pursued by the media the Democrats the American left a lot of it's propelled by sheer ignorance yeah the more I I experience this the more I think about the more convinced I am that we're not dealing with people who really have an educated they're not what went straight out it's it's it's startling what he thinks he knows that he doesn't know they have that view of con is not alone he's not alone I'm shorted frayed always taught that that's what communism is it rate is why there's no opposition to one on the left that is the same thing now the statue of liberty give us your tired give support there is no historical truth or perspective everything is just coopted the admin perverted should be you'll is the by the left to advance their agenda by the way you know what I if I had an energy drink I was a energy energy drink biz I would in a mill built in commercial ready to go are you a guard at a New York prison that falls asleep on the job while prisoners commit suicide if Seoul where my energy drink whatever the name of it would be and make sure this never happens to you again look at what we're being told the sad thing is it's believable this kind of incompetence and.
"one kilo" Discussed on WJR 760
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"one kilo" Discussed on Flash Forward
"TV some companies offering shrimp as much as you eat as much. As you pan. No limit kind of. Can civil. Completely disgusting wild caught shrimp is gathered by scraping the bottom of the ocean. And it has one of the highest levels of bycatch catching stuff that you don't want. And generally throwing it away of any seafood out there for one kilo throwaway monkey lieu of perfectly edible fish and the having your head. The fact that in many countries, which have shrimp fisheries the kids don't have enough to eat and don't have protein too. It's revolting altogether. He don't to Red Lobster very often. I don't go from looks. Because there is another thing. They employ divers for diving four lapses that have a new diving equipment and lots of people get paralyzed. And this happens central on on a big basis. This is Red Lobster forget the lobster. So there are a few futures here. Right, the terrifying. One where we destroy all of our fish at wind up with toxic dead ocean. The happy one where we get our act together. Stop taking so much fish and let their numbers recover, and we can keep on feeding people with wild caught fish. But there's also a third option where we add another element into the mix, and that's miracle -ture farming seafood in the ocean. And when we come back, we're going to talk about what that entails how it works. Why some people think it's the future of seafood, and why other people think it's a terrible idea. But first a quick word from.
"one kilo" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"In us as a possible. China was always very interested in self development and reading books that would help me connect them with spiritually bay better pus in a more -posedly. And and you know, just Sean brought up and hey, put it. Hey, didn't talk much about the industry eighty talk at all about it. As far as I remember, all he said was eating animals is bad. Calm. And that's what resonated was like damn. I don't want back comma, I'm trying to do all these things to get good comms. Like, I'm gonna perfect or anything. But I am trying to help people. And I am very passionate about that. That's why I'm a puzzle. Try and it wasn't just for the money was very much because I wanted to help people out of this suffering because on you have that it was, and that's what he said eating animals is back comma, I said, there's no such thing as a healthy vegetarian. He said, I've been vegetarian twenties. I said damn all right. I'm gonna look into this. I try to wake folk better. And I started reading more about it. I read a book on code healing with whole foods just coincidentally that had fallen in my lap. And it wasn't. A vegan Buca plant based diet book. It was kind of like Chinese medicine. You haven't heard of that book, really cool. And it's a lot of recipes in the back. It's all whole foods. And but basically it goes all these conditions and the answer that all these conditions is to plant based diet eight a plant start. And I was like I'm noticing a trend here. Maybe I should look more into this and always been so close to it as opposed to trying to things had come in my in in front of me that I did notice. Oh, this is signed that mate is bad. So I just brushed it out on my wife. Well, I don't want to bother rating that I'm never ever gonna stop eating mate. May stop aiding mate. How am I gonna what am I gonna do? Enjoy my meals. It's not worth it. I didn't care about health that much and I'm going to stop eating mate. And. I'd say other things about worms coming out of parasites coming out of poke when Coca-Cola was pulled on it and just different things kinda gross me out. But no India enough. I just saw who is getting his poke man and get from us market muck. Mine doesn't do that. So that had all been in what coming in my pocket, but I just totally discounted it, and I'm never going to do it. And if I learn about it, and I tell my clients about it but auto and follow it, I'm going to a hypocrite. So what's the point? And. I started getting interested because of this book, I was reading what he'd said to me. So I start looking into it more online and with an open want for the first time because I try to a little wall and try it for a little while made me realize, well, this is actually good. Well, I can get full doing this. I still pushing it out in the gym. Okay. So I realized it was possible. That's what I've been my mind. And also, I don't know if this is related, but I feel like it probably is that is a quote, a Buddha's, quote that is the consumption of animal products extinguishes the seat of great compassion. So I feel like I was eating all these animal poor. I just wasn't feeling it in any way to change. And the first thing I learned was that not only can you be healthy on a plant by stat. But you're lucky to leave Longa and reduce your chances of developing most of the worst diseases and most popular diseases and that ASA side is currently face. We'd like hot as as a number. One kilo and the plan by starts only proven to reverse in the majority of patients and dropping cancer rights black huge numbers. And all of these things about thought, how did I miss this massive thing?.
"one kilo" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Thank you for jumping in open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five that's triple eight eight to five five two two five. Al is in Dallas, Texas. Hey, Al, how are you? Better than I deserve. What's up? Thanks for taking my call. I'm working baby. Step two. You you mentioned the we pay off this most to the biggest. So I'm to the point where I have two accounts both twenty eight hundred dollars. One. It's actually are we payment overpayment on social security. Security and the other one is basically a full one kilo. Now, months four Joaquin don't get that from my wages. Be considered medicine as part of the budget. Sure, go ahead. I just continue paying the minimum on the kings part. Go ahead and social security, not because it's part of the budget and not because of interest rate, but because social security a repayment on that can have heavy fees, and you're dealing with the government, which has no soul. And so I would get them paid as fast as possible because I would want them out of my life. And so for that reason, I'm gonna you know, that's gonna be the tiebreaker twenty eight hundred versus twenty eight hundred on the debt snowball for me. And I'd knocked them out. Right. Quick. Now,.
"one kilo" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast
"Basically explain carefully clients especially female clients because when there's start without some of them will even gain weight but like they they start freaking out and then we go look at your measurements look at yourself in the mirror look at how your clothes how what's the net result while i'm looking winner i'm mike does feel fit better i'm losing inches than why the hell are you worring your weight the miratec was good exactly you're probably gaining a little bit of lean muscle you're probably eating more because people forget you know weight by itself is there assault of various things you eat more read more whole foods for example instead of being at shake diet of course foot weights it's not like at once it gets in your mouth about parades now like if you ate i don't know two hundred grams of meat while you wait yourself later you're going to go up by twelve hundred grams if you drink one litter of water while you're also going to go up by about one kilo or so so people forget about those little things and they start freaking out and forget about actually looking at the results just wait we have to look at the whole picture and then do a proper assessment as far as the two camps are concerned faster non faster training i've always been on your side as for as in in my understanding my hypothesis around is that if you support lean tissue growth and maintaining and building muscle mass that not only in the gym but if you have more muscle mass you're going to be able to move more weight and have a more intense workouts you don't want to do more things throughout the day that more metabolic demanding so investing into building lean mass actually helps way more in the long term than even if you burn a little bit more fat in a fast training state and have a net neutral or negative effect of lean tissue mass than you than ron direction when you look at things kind of longer spectrum like like like we talked about at the beginning of the interview i'm i'm not really an attrition e stein i actually stood it business ministration marketing and so my like i try to frame everything in our economic sort of you like.
"one kilo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"And you said he had 40 twenty one twenty one killed yet 21 wow twenty one kilos founded math one kilo is two hundred thousand cell is go away for a long time if he's indeed found guilty with that it's it's not that suv at scare wow that's a lot of drugs right here at gottomeetingcom watt mud no other series no no what makes you worry about that though so we know esteban we we know you know even if you are fringe baseball fan you know the name i think he pitched for this team i know i'm a little bit you have a rudimentary fuel for her we as think about all the faceless nameless people that got pinched and and and getting hinged maybe not for two hundred kilos were that amount of of drugs here above that you and i and others don't even really reactive yeah you don't hear the news you have no idea because it's not a four brad right it's not an aim you know right and we'll unnamed that we do know as johnny mans elton and he did a pretty interesting interview this morning on good morning america um we can't play it we actually as permission we might still get it we haven't got a yet though but basically and you find it on youtube it's all over the place but he said he's bipolar diagnosis bipolar and is taking medication ford obviously no drinking no drugs i don't pretend to be alcohol and drugs specialists but there was at least in in my you know very humble opinion aside from being very forthright with it there seemed to be clarity in his eyes you can see when somebody is really cut it overtaken by drugs it a glazyev there's a how long this there is an emptiness he looked at least sharp um he sounded believable again what does it mean idle know here's my question for you teak he's 25 years of age and he still pretty yellow young via just as a human being for the man self family is recently married we hope it works out well and we hope that he's able to just fend off these demons reverend lot of people their lives are forever altered and wound and destroyed by drugs in boos we know that what you.
"one kilo" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The right way without the blue wave sir the plant that we became crazy does the cycle that the plans reflects the natural cycle of a plant itit's faster because reuser irnaian things it the of lighter and of course we have to calculate also the search for the fair accelerated since would naturally take almost twice as long in spite of this danielle knittle needs that can make people feel closer to nature even if you're leaving the city thanks for this kind of system of cultivation you can become more aware of the time of nature so technologies allowing you to understand the nature as he's on times and you have to wait before some weeks before your bluntest ready and you can also imagine debts this can become like a future of retail somehow we'll meet again but on finding a pretty hard meanwhile paolo batty styles keen to point out the ecofriendly aspect weaker water because everything is recycled in therapy we usually while little water for one kilo of let loose in the open field we use more than one ended a liters per one kilo so you we save a lot of water all the media the source of a so we don't have any pollution dolly bottleneck of the system is the cost for electricity so we ever to world absol destroyed but when we saw that problem for sure it is the crop cease them all the future tell that he still navy blue zest it but i can't help hoping will still be taking out potatoes up from the soil and picking astro strawberries in fields that said if your children think salad comes from plastic the hottest project may already be worth recommending to your local supermarket dining that sman dwi radio bologna still to come we're going to delve into food waste here in germany and find out why it's good enough to eat on palestinian bone and you're listening to inside europe the oh man long island.
"one kilo" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Are you in town good turns your there's there's one thing i got people a both start now going off in a very very important to to um uh particularly our state of rhode island you know they they have study of of of aaa franchises and what they mean to the local economy of of wherever they are located is this one kilo of seeing that's different about the poor stocks in rhode island is that we are such a small state and we bought up massachusetts both down the attleboro and seacot now what happens with expendable doubt people have you know they want to entertain their families in their extendable dollars right the number one place that people spend their money is movie she'll right now massachusetts has movie shows in attleboro and they have movie theaters in seekonk you mean regular like a showcase cinema movie at herat okay right exactly all right all right many people from massachusetts come to rhode island and they spend their money to to watch both to put the poor socks in the providence real right and there are many rhode island just go there to the that revenue from massachusetts we'll be lost and we are always talking about people going over the massachusetts because of a sales tax but we're going to lose a whole bunch of people that are going to go down not coming from massachusetts to of island if we don't have the plus duck and the other thing is is rhode island is with the expendable into income instead of going to the poor stocks because their own what's what's the somewhere.
"one kilo" Discussed on Accused
"Known about betty kilo from 429 eighty seven at three thirty pm said two to three months ago asking betty to help him kill retha over at mcmillan street mission i wanted betty to strangle her on the street told betty he would love to kill this bitch because she was man she was holding stolen credit cards over has had this notation is dated april 29th 1987 at three thirty pm but this is at odds with the bulk of a transcript we found of an interview with kilo taken at the same time in it kilo says she had met retha twice before she had been to her apartment with virgil because yes for ride to find out why retha had failed to pick them up one night for church the rendezvous what's in confrontational in fact virgil spent a little alone time with wreath in the bedroom wall kilo waited in the kitchen retha had a lot of guys in and out of her apartment from one kilo saw a lot of the men were convicts on parole staying and halfway homes the detectives ask kilo of virgil had stolen anything while they're kilo said no not that she saw detective did he ever talked to you about with the welsh kilo he said she was um one who you know helped him like since he came home helped him get his life straightened and helped him out with the things he needs she would take him places she does reiterating that to retha helped virtual lot and that he talked about.
"one kilo" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Thing that you know that when we talk about ultra issued alameda graphs of now whether or if a but also in honour and to the flyers one kilo puncher mason crosby against a greg matsick in jeff alcohol nieto's last night on packers playbook are coverage thursday night's game starts i have a packers prejuger on wtmj to baseball the brewers if they do have designs on october baseball it's going to come right down to the wire they're just six games left starting tonight at miller park against the reds are coverage this evening starts at 605 zach davies will pitch against d'eclat wire a walk you've got some good and some bad news on the field last night the bad news is the division ray seems all but over one to live hey casper on the call on csn chicago the cubs cutting their magic number to clinch the division to one that's the bad news the good news came against the cardinals were battling the brewers milwaukee's that final wildcard spot the final score last night was tend to to st louis now falls to chew half games out of a wild card race that's a game behind the brewers because the rockies lost to the marlins five four early for the second wildcard is down to a game and a half over the brewers and the bus begin training camp today the play four preseason games before opening up their regular season on october 18th against boston opener final season by the with me mars rabat's in our couple.
"one kilo" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Up at twenty percent for better over a given year so you're breakeven costa's well much favoured on the 401 k but it's not just the cost that you're paying and interested is an issue so the four kayla's a thick are looked at as cheap money and while they may be inexpensive for less expensive than other sources the the true cost of that arrow one kilo is not just the interest that you are paying it back yeah and that's that was the point of my my the what i said earlier which was that people look at this since they will look this is my money really i'm gonna take this and i'm going to pay myself back so it's sort of like me just taking money out of my own account and it's not it's better because not only am i gonna take the money out of my count i'm going to get myself wsb lack and i'm going to earn studying audit because i got to pay back got to pay myself interest which by the way begins immediately once you part of the money right and the payments are fairly structured in the payments in most cases can only be made from payroll deduction this where people get in trouble too it has to come from your paycheck in most cases it's very very rare esp if you are current employees coming out of your paycheck to make the payments so the the 401 k mr knows that they're getting paid back as long as you're employed what happens with you terminate employment either your choice of their choice before the end of the term of alone that it becomes what about that loan i have seen very very few companies that will actually allow a former employee to make payments on their four one kilo a significant minority of plans out there so most people don't have the ability unless they can come up with the cash to pay off the outstanding val it's what that's that is going to hold it out there until you decide to take the money and in the road to an ira can't role alone to an ira can't leave the loan their government laidback yep oh that could cause problems so you just.