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"one owner" Discussed on Crypto Cafe With Randi Zuckerberg
"Talk to us a little bit about what's going on with royalties in the space for anyone who's kind of new and doesn't understand even what royalties are or why there's such a debate going on about it. Royalties was the core innovation of NFTs for the digital artists specifically. The fact that you can create art and it will be sold to the first owner and when the first owner sells it to the second owner, in the traditional world, usually the artist doesn't get anything. In the NFTs, it was possible to get the percentage of the secondary sales flowing back to the artist. And that got a lot of digital artists excited about the space that this is real innovation, something that never was possible before in the real world. It is now possible with the Web3. Now, there was an issue that the way the architecture of the blockchain works, that this is not fully enforceable. These royalties are paid by the marketplaces where the secondary sales happens. And these marketplaces, they need to respect royalties. Basically, it's up to the marketplace choice whether they want to pay royalties or don't want to pay royalties. There can be technical tricks and we don't want to get too much into the weeds that would give creators more power, for example, to block some of the marketplaces from being able to trade if they don't respect royalties or several blockchains incorporated that into the whole chain logic that the royalties needs to be paid. But anyway, on the most popular chain on Ethereum, the current state of the things is that you cannot enforce and the marketplaces are choosing. And this led to the Freerider problem that one marketplace decided that they are not going to respect royalties and they started to get the market share and other marketplaces joined them and they started to get market share from the people that respect royalties. And now, half of the marketplaces, I would say most of the marketplaces do not respect royalties. There was a bright moment in time when most of the important marketplaces, there was an equilibrium that the important marketplaces did enforce royalties. But then, all of a sudden, one of the marketplaces, all the important ones, OpenSea, decided that they are going to stop enforce royalties and the equilibrium was tilted again. Currently, we don't have an equilibrium and we're again at the state when the other marketplaces are going to drop royalties or nobody knows what's going to happen with royalties. And that's a huge debate, very important for this space. Well, I know I'm personally really proud and happy with where you and Rarible have netted out with this and thankful for your commitment to artists and creators. And speaking of artists and creators, now, this is one of my favorite moments in the show where we get to do a special mentorship segment and an emerging artist gets to come on the show and ask you a question, Alex. So, I'm delighted to welcome Cam Murdock, multi-expressional artist and founder of Future Surf Radio. Cam, tell us a little bit about yourself and your art and then feel free to ask away.
A highlight from Parasite (South Korean) (2019) Movie Review
"What's happening everyone, Keira and Ben back again. This week we will be covering Parasite. Now this film won in 2020, 2019, 2020, maybe I should look it up, but it won the Academy Award for Best Picture. It is a great film. Bong Joo Ho directs it. There is a lot of fun themes to talk about. So we're going to dive in. But Ben, what's your history with the film? So, again, it was a listener suggestion and you had told me that you had seen it and it was a great film. So I was like, oh, okay. And Bong Joo Ho is the director of, what was the movie you just watched with him? Anything Everywhere All At Once? Okay, so I forget what movie we watched. Did we watch the movie with him? All right, I lied. So we're not going to talk about that. I actually liked it. I thought it was good. I can't wait to talk about it. Yeah. So for those who haven't seen it, it is a story about wealth and class and I think they do it and the way that they paint it, I think they do it in such a good way. So basically it's about this one family who is lower class trying to make a living and how they con their way into working for this ultra rich family. And then obviously things are going good and then they go very, very bad. I will say that twist, did not see it coming. What about you? No, it was shocking like when the, well, I don't want to get too far ahead, but like when everything came about, I was like, oh, oh, okay. Like this is like something I wasn't expecting. And then like when it all came to a head, I was like, oh no. So yeah, it was a surprise. It was definitely a surprise. So the story starts off with, we have our main protagonist, I would say the son is our main protagonist. He's the one that kind of starts all this. He's the catalyst for a lot of this film. So he has a friend who was tutoring this family and he was like, yeah, just pretend to be a student and you should just like go and tutor too for this family. So his sister who, as we were saying off screen, was the best character in the movie. She so smart, doctors up a little diploma for him and he cons his way into teaching English to their daughter, their eldest daughter. So they have so this ultra rich family, it's a mom and a dad and then an older daughter and then a younger son. So now the brothers in the house and he's like, hmm, maybe I can get other people in this house. So first he gets his sister in claiming that it's actually not his sister and just someone that he knows who is an art therapist because the young son is spooked by a ghost that he saw in the house. So she's like, OK, I'll be I'll do I'll do this. And so she does that. And then to eliminate the driver and the housekeeper, they kind of pull these elaborate like schemes. So like they frame the driver for having sex in the car and then they explore I would use the word exploit. They exploit the housekeeper for being allergic to peaches by putting like shaving peach dust on her. And then when she's having a coughing fit, telling the woman of the house, the mom that it's tuberculosis, I was like and then the mom's like such an idiot. She was like, OK, bye. I don't know. I thought that was funny. So now the whole family has schemed and conned their way into the house with no one knowing that they're a family. These are just all they can't be bothered to ask. And OK, so I thought that this was really interesting because they can't be bothered to ask anyone that works with them anything about their life. Because if they did that, these people weren't smart enough to lie about their relationships. And I feel like their family would have been exposed way sooner if these people weren't such rich assholes. Oh, I 100 percent agree. Like there's one part where the sun says they smell alike. And I'm like, I'm like, because they live in the dark. So where they live is like this this basement, like awful place. And like people walk by and they're peeing in the alley and the flooded floods. And like they basically live in this like rundown neighborhood and it's just really bad. So like they all smell of this sewerage and like smoke. And like it's just like, like I said, it's a really bad area. So for the youngest son to catch on and well, the husband kind of says something about it when he says he has a smell to him about being the driver. But that's like the most he gets out of it. And then the son is the one that's actually pretty smart. That honestly made me so mad and sad that whole like poor person smell like that really pissed me off. OK, a lot of the things that family does like piss me off. So one of like the big the biggest like critical scenes that happens is there is a very big flood or not. I don't want to call it a flood, but it's like this very crazy rainstorm and their little basement apartment gets flooded. They are soaking wet and they're just like, I don't know. It was really sad because you can see that, like, even though they're like working and getting this money, like they're still stuck with like in their poverty because like class systems and like trying to like break out of poverty is so hard. Yeah, 100 percent. I mean, you can see the struggles even when they're getting money. But I think for them, a lot of it was the fact that they were just blowing the money. They weren't like trying to get out of it. They were just like, you know, so excited to have the money that they were eating lavishly. They were doing all this stuff instead of being smart about it. Like they were just like pissing it away. And like it kind of like catches up to them in the end. Agree. But at the same point, like I feel like if you didn't have money and like you weren't eating well and then you were exposed to that, like obviously you're going to treat yourself because like life is hard and like it is like sometimes about like the little things that are like that like make it worth it. And I think that like since they were in such poverty for such long, like being able to drink like this slightly nicer Korean beer and like eating like the better cuts of meat at barbecue, like I think that like that's like important because it's like a sign of like how far they've come. Obviously, they conned their way into it, but still so. And then I think like so back to like the mom and the smell. So I think one of the things that is like so indicative of how like rich people and upperclass people like don't understand poverty or like understand like the working class is when so they they their whole apartment is flooded. Right. And then the next day he's driving her and she's like talking in the back like, oh, we're planning the birthday party and the sun is shining and it's not raining and everyone is happy and like so crazy. And like, meanwhile, their apartments basically washed out and they've had a very traumatic night. Yeah, 100 percent. I think like the rich are oblivious to the poor. I mean, it kind of reminds me of the French queen where she's like, you know, they're like, oh, they're starving. And she's like, let them eat cake because she's so oblivious to like how it's going on, like what's going on with these people that for her, it's nothing. She's like, oh, whatever, just let them eat cake. You know, these people like starving and dying. She did pay for that comment, by the way, but she got decapitated for that. But, you know, I'm just saying like that's how like the rich get rich and the poor get poor and the rich overlook the poor because they're not in the same classes as them. So they don't see them. So they don't care. Agree. And I think too, like and I don't know, like they're so dumb and oblivious. So, OK, so let's talk about the fateful night of the rainstorm. Right. We've kind of talked about the flood. We talked about her arrogance. So what happens, though, is since they go since the rich family goes away for the weekend during this this rainstorm, the family decides to just move into the house while they're gone and just live in the house. Now, while they're doing this, they're having fun. They're eating food. They're being crazy, being themselves, being with each other. The housekeeper that they got fired comes to the door and she's like, you got to let me in. I got to talk to you guys. She discovers that they are a family and that they are conned and that she's going to she's taking photos. She's going to expose them. She's going to get her job back. All because, dun dun dun, they go down into the basement. First, also, first of all, like you wouldn't explore the house that you're buying and know that you have a bunker in the basement. That to me was like how how much money and how arrogant are you? You're like, oh, I don't go into the basement. That's the help. I don't do that. So there's a whole bunker in this basement that's kind of like kind of hidden. But like it's it's there. And this woman's husband is living in the basement because he's hiding from loan sharks. And I was like, what? So this is so she like obviously works in the house, feeds him, takes care of him. She snuck him in there to live so he could live there. And then he's actually the ghost that the youngest son saw. So one night he was like, I'm going to leave my cave. I don't know. And then he's like walking up the stairs. And honestly, I will say that scene is so well done. Like you see him just like slowly like ascending up the stairs. It's like all black and then it's just like the light of his face. And like, honestly, I thought that scene was beautiful because you kind of see it earlier in the film. You see it when the mom is walking up the stairs and she sees the housekeeper having this like fit, the like coughing fit. And that's not tuberculosis. It's allergies. And she's kind of like coming up the stairs. I like watching that like ascension. It's kind of like this like ascension to truth or like ascension to epiphany, which I thought I thought was really well done. Yeah, I agree. The husband that's in the cellar was actually the first owner. So he was the owner of the house originally. So he knew the bunker was there. And then the loan shots go after him. So he sells the house to try and get out of there. And the family takes over and he recommends this housekeeper to this family. But it's his wife so that they can have connection with her. So when she gets fired, she's freaking out because her husband's down in the cellar and he's kind of gone stir crazy because like he turns the lights on and off, like to tell the man thank you that's living in the house now. It's it's really crazy. But like the son ends up like thinking there's a ghost in the house because of this guy doing Morse code. Yeah. So he sees him and then the lights flicker all the time because of the Morse code, which honestly. OK, so then what I like about a film is when things come full circle. And this movie very nicely comes into a kind of a cool full circle. So now everything's coming to a head. The son decides. So in the beginning of the film, I forgot to mention this in the beginning of the film, the son receives a rock. It's called like the Rock of Success or like money rocker given to him by the friend that tells him to calm this family. And he's like, please like this is going to bring you wealth and success. So then the brother or the son looking at this rock of success decides that he's going to protect his family. They're going to keep their jobs and he's going to kill the man in the basement because at this point they have tied them both up in the basement and they because they have to get back to their jobs. And then I thought that part I thought was kind of weird that like also how oblivious are you that you don't notice a full family of people hiding under your table? So the family comes home from the because of the rainstorm. The family comes home. Our poor family has to hide in the house and sneak out, which I thought was very funny. And then that's when like we hear the conversation like about his smell, like he has that poor person smell. And then I thought it was so sad to when he like turns to himself and like kind of sniffs himself, like I don't smell bad. I don't know. That made me kind of sad. Yeah. And like it was kind of sad that like the lady that was trying to protect her husband, they slammed the door on her and she falls down the stairs, like smashes her skull and gets like a concussion. And then she ends up dying. Like she's like, you know, take care of yourself. You know, I have a concussion. I'm dying. You know, the husband is stuck down there with his dead wife. I mean, I was like, oh, my God, that's awful. Like, that's terrible. Like you just do nothing. He was tied up and he watches his wife die. So like when the guy comes downstairs with the stone to kill him and he turns it about on him, I was like, oh, you know, turn about fair play. Honestly, fair play, fair play. I would do the same thing. Also get me the F out of this basement. So now they're in the middle of this party where it is very culturally inappropriate for Native Americans. They're making the dad, the poor dad, the driver wear like this like crazy headdress. And like it is I mean, I guess that's what the rich do. They can just cherry pick parts of history that they like for the aesthetics and then they can exploit it and have fun with that at a birthday party. So this is happening. And our our what should we call him? Our captive, our prisoner, our ghost, the ghost, the man. He comes out into the party, starts causing all this crazy havoc, stabs the dad and stabs the daughter. And now the daughter who we've already established is the best character in the film dies. And then we see the dad kind of have his loyalty, not like questioned, but come into question for him, because it's like, you got to drive my son to the my son. You got to drive my husband to the hospital. And he doesn't because he goes to be with his dying daughter. Yeah. So like the guy that come out of the cellar, he's like trying to tell the owner of the house how much he cares for him after he just killed the daughter, like stabbed her in the chest. And then, you know, the father like of the daughter. Finally, like I forget what happens, but he said, oh, he says the owner of the house says that the guy smells and it triggers him and then he loses his shit. And then he ends up killing the guy that comes from the cellar and then he owes and he kills the owner and like then he runs off. And no one can find him. So now we have a dead daughter, the mom who's just fled. And we have an unconscious son in where is he? In the cellar. Yeah. So he's unconscious in the cellar. And then partygoers fleeing everywhere. And then in voiceover, we hear that he is regaining consciousness, trying to work and get enough money so he can buy that house because he goes and he sees the lights flickering. And what his dad is the new basement person and like a nice like German family, I think, like buys the house or something. So like I was going to con his way in. But so, OK, so that's like basically the movie in a nutshell. Obviously, we're going to talk about some themes in it. The biggest theme being wealth and money and success and what it means to be successful and what it means to have money and what you're looking for, like in life. So I believe, like in this film, obviously, when you are poor, your motivation is money. You want to be able to live. You want to be able to survive. And when you're rich, you already have that. So now you can deal with all the frivolous, stupid things of life. Right. That some people like are just don't have the time to like under not understand, but like to deal with because they're not thinking like, oh, I don't know, like, oh, we get to. Oh, our vacation was ruined because of the rain, but we can still come back to our beautiful home, like not like, oh, my house is underwater because I live in a basement apartment and it's flooded and I have nowhere to go. And my employer says that I smell like it's it's like two different worlds that they live in. Yeah, 100 percent. I think like people born into wealth are oblivious to what people go through in poverty. And then that's why you see like a lot of people that are born into wealth. Like they just don't understand if they lose everything, they just they kill themselves because they don't know how to be poor. All they ever know how to be is rich. And then you have the poor people that become rich and then they don't know how to be rich. And then they end up blowing the money like a lot of NBA stars, a lot of NFL stars. I mean, they have to actually have courses now and people to come in and help these NBA NFL players deal with their money because they don't know how. They're uneducated on how to make the money last. So they just pee through it and they buy these fancy automobiles, fancy houses. And then when it all says and done and the career is over, their money's gone and they end up having to sell everything and then they become poor again. And then they end up committing suicide because they've lost everything. So it's just a never ending cycle. It is. And I think, too, like, I don't know, I don't have extreme wealth. I work all the time. I live well within my means, I think. I mean, I am in crippling credit card debt, but that's because I'm addicted to shopping. So maybe I don't live within my means. I don't know. But I I don't know. So but I I wouldn't I I don't think no matter how much money like you get, it definitely has to be like a mindset that you're born into. Like you just like don't you just don't view things in a certain way. You kind of have this mentality like, oh, everything will work out and I'm not that worried and everything goes my way. And I'm like, I'm I'm like, I have all this money. I don't know. And I think, too, like you just become so arrogant and self -obsessed that like you do view people as like, oh, what do you do for me? How do you work for me? And like not saying that these people were like monsters to this poor family that they worked for, but like they didn't talk to them. They didn't get to know them. They didn't try to understand like any parts of them. They just were like, OK, you're here to work. And I don't know. I feel like it should have been. I mean, I've worked in a house before, so I I used to work in a home for a very wealthy family before I in my career now. And to see to to be working for someone and to see the amount of like waste and like wealth, but also just like, I don't know. I don't know how to like put it. But like there is just this like mentality of, oh, whatever we want, we can have. And like, obviously, like we're right because we have the money. I don't know. It was very it was very eye opening to me to be in a situation like that. And I and I learned a lot from it, but I felt a lot of parallels. Like, I don't know. Like, I don't know. It was very interesting to me. Yeah, I think that's why I like a lot of movies. Like when you watch them, they really hit home about wealth and poverty, like Brewster's Millions, The Toy, the movie with Eddie Murphy and Dan Aykroyd. Trading Places. So you see these things and you go, oh, OK. And you like it and you you start laughing and you think it's funny because you see the person that's rich doesn't know how to be poor and the person that's poor doesn't know how to be rich. So like it's like it's like, you know, the flipping of the situations and like they're so used to being in a certain situation that they don't know how to act the new situation. Exactly. And like, I don't know. I feel like what was I just watching? I was just watching something and they were like they were talking about having having every having money versus not having money. And it was like, well, you're lucky to not have money because you have family and you have someone that like actually cares about you and to like share things with him when you have money, you just have things. And it's like, OK, I can I can see that. But at the same point, like you don't have to be poor and happy. You can have money and be happy. I always think that the two get conflated somehow. And it's like you can I don't know. I've met good, rich people, but I've also met rich assholes like that. Everything can be true. I just think I don't know. I just don't think that I just I don't know. I just don't believe I believe how money corrupts people. We talked about this in our last episode. And I think it just kind of sucks because they're every day that we live this in this world, the class divide is getting bigger and bigger. And the gap between lower class and middle class to upper class is is growing every day. And there's not like who thought trickle down economics was really going to work? Like, are we being stupid here? Yeah, I agree 100 percent. I mean, the divide is definitely there. I was just watching. I think it was called. But they were talking about like how it was about American Indian women being murdered and how you don't hear about it. But there's like a lot that get murdered because they're on reservations and the law is not the same as it is on, you know, in the country. But there's no focus on that because they're poor, like they're viewed as poor. And then like whereas, you know, the rich white person is always thrown into the spotlight, if there's a murder or if something happens to the child, it's always the rich children or the rich white people. And it's never like, you know, the poor black person or the poor Spanish person. It's never the minority. It's always the majority that gets the focus. And, you know, and that's true. I mean, and it's always going to be money over poverty. It's just always going to be that way until, like, I don't know. I don't know what can make a change. It's just, you know, maybe eye opening, like maybe the wealthy look down and go, you know what, maybe what was that movie with the Morlocks and Time Machine Time Machine, where the Morlocks were on the ground and they were like the the the people on top were living this lavish life. But in reality, the Morlocks were eating them. So, I mean, it's like society. Like, you might think you're living this power, but without the people that are poor, you wouldn't have the money you have. Exactly. And I don't know, like I have a lot of thoughts about this. And I think this movie obviously is framed like as a satire. Right. And but like the the ultra rich, like watch this movie. And they're like, oh, what an interesting movie. Not like, oh, maybe you should look at yourself and see what's going on. And also one thing. I mean, the daughter, I so sad that she died. Loved her. She was my favorite. But if she was as clever and as smart and as good at Photoshop, I feel like she would have had a better like like I feel like she could have just like conned her way into a better job than this like this like art therapist. I mean, but it felt like she did like actual real work with the son and like really was like trying to like help him and stuff. Yeah, I don't think in the beginning any of them wanted to be in this situation. But when the opportunity came, they jumped at it. So I think the daughter would have probably done something better with her life, had this opportunity not to count. So like, you know, it was an opportunity knocks. Are you listening? And I think that's the situation. Like they were like, oh, wait. And, you know, they even said it like, oh, we can all get in here. We can all get these people's money and we can all live lavishly. And it's a family. So you want to do what your family is doing. So, you know, it was the mother, the father, you know, the daughter. So they're all together as a family. And I think that was the thing that really bound them was the fact that they had that such a family tie because they came from poverty. They struggled together. They they did everything together. So like they did this together, which I really liked, because I think, too, when you live in a situation that is more that is more poor than what we see within the rich family, you do create those bonds because all you guys have is each other. Whereas in this family, they had art therapists and English shooters and drivers and housekeepers. And they're obviously they love their children. I'm not saying that, but there is a different kind of connection there when you're not always with them doing everything and like learning from them. Like, I don't I don't know. I feel like it's very I feel like it's a different kind of relationship. Not saying it's good or bad, just different. Yeah, I think it shows with the father when the child outside the tent and he's trying to bond with them and he's trying to be that guy. He's trying to be the father. You know, I think like always be in a way at work and always being in the office. It was like one of those situations where he knew he wasn't there, like he kept on like he says to him, I'll do whatever it takes to make my wife happy and I'll make I'll make these sacrifices. And it's the opposite of the movie we just reviewed, where where the husband had no desire to help the wife notice. This guy really wanted to try and be a father, try and do the right things. But he kept on like not being able to because he didn't know how, because he's been away for so long. I think that's what we saw with that. But the other father loved and cared about his family so much when, you know, when he sees that his daughter's dead, like he loses his mind. Yeah. Whereas in the in the film that we just covered, the dad never talked to his kids again. No, but this movie is very, very well done. I would highly recommend it. I know there are probably a zillion things that we have not even started to touch on with the symbolism. This movie is very rich and it's awesome. Like we can even talk about like the wealth stone. Right. So if we look at this wealth stone that he gets, it's like the success stone or whatever. And he like uses this and this is like his idol, basically. But what does it bring him? Nothing but tragedy. Like it doesn't bring him success or at least success in the way that he thought. It brought it to him for a little bit. But then ultimately he's lost. He lost half his family from it. Yeah. And it basically almost kills him because he gets smacked in the skull with it. And like, like I thought the amount of blood he lost, I thought he was dead. I was like, oh, he killed that boy. And he wouldn't have been wrong. Like the thing is, the guy in the cellar wouldn't have been wrong if he killed the son. He wouldn't have been because like they killed it. They killed his wife. And then like he wasn't wrong for anything he did except hiding being in the cellar and avoiding his his basically his responsibilities. He made a mistake. He messed up and, you know, he was scared for his life. He was fearful of this. You know, people that are loan sharks are coming to get him. But you know what? If you didn't put yourself in that situation, you wouldn't be in that situation. A hundred percent. And I think that, too, goes back to like poor, not poor people, but like lower class people, poorer people on that search for money. Like, obviously, you can be rich and be addicted to gambling, but you can also be poor and addicted to gambling. And loan sharks don't care either way. So he he got what was coming to him, which was like really sad. I thought, I don't know. I can't imagine living in a basement like legitimately like that. Sounds so awful to me. Yeah, you could tell he was probably like lost his mind because some of the stuff he was saying and he was just acting like, you know, someone that has been cabin syndrome. I think like he was down there for so long, he had cabin syndrome and he didn't know how to be the person he once was. And he was just so like he was appreciative of the guy having the house and having electricity. So he's flickering the lights to give him more school to show his appreciation. So he clearly lost his mind. But when his wife died, I think that was like kind of took him over the edge. Oh, 100 percent like that was the absolute like tipping point, because at least like he had his wife and we have to think he didn't see his wife for what, like four months or something or however long that she was out of the house before she came back in. Maybe not that long. I don't I don't time I didn't understand in this film. So but I don't know. I thought it was I thought it was really interesting. I thought it was really good. Definitely watch it. It's a fun watch. Like I said, it's Oscar winner. And don't be afraid of subtitles. We do a lot of subtitle films. I feel like we do more foreign language films than any other film. Yeah. And like it's been showing from our listeners like they appreciate it because, you know, Pakistan, Ghana, these are the countries that like, you know, they have great movies and like American society just like goes, oh, I'm not going to read subtitles. But that's stopping you from watching amazing movies like a who believe drive my car. These are great movies. And if you're not like, oh, I'm not going to watch subtitles, then that's you missing out on great opportunities because these movies have been amazing. There's a bunch more in the queue for us that are coming up that have been recommended from people from Ghana, people from India, people from Pakistan. So we look forward to this. And, you know, right now we're going to be taking a break from this. So your requests are still in the queues, but it is Halloween season. And well, you know what? Kara loves scary movies and Ben loves scary movies. So we're scaring the movies. All right. We're going to get some nasty, scary movies. We're going to review them and we're going to tell you how good they are, how bad they are. And we're going to do the whole ball Halloween. Yes, yes, yes. So all those things, please send a request. So if you have any good like hometown horrors that we wouldn't know about, though, the gorier, the better, the more vile, the better. We can stomach basically anything. Please watch this movie. And back to your point, Ben, real quick. When Bong Joo Ho actually won the Oscar for this, he did say if Americans can get past two inches of subtitles, their whole world would open up. And I full heartedly agree with that. I think this was if this was a movie that introduced you to foreign films. I'm so glad for that. It is an incredible film. Please check out some of the other films that we've covered on this podcast, as well as just like looking online because the strike is still going on. And our support is with the writers and the actors. Please access things that are that maybe have come out five, 10 years ago, maybe even a few months ago. Appreciate and watch those films that have already been made and created. And yeah, let's get let's kick off spooky season. Thank you guys so much for listening. Like we always say, we can't do it without you. We are here for you. Because if not, it would just be Ben and I talking at each other. So October 21st at two thirty, me and Kara will be live at the Lynn Public Library promoting my book Hodgepodge. So come see us. And that's all I got. Thank you very much for listening. All right, everybody. Catch us next time on What's Happening.
"one owner" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"They find the right house. They will know it almost in every case, So any questions you've got if you were by or if you are looking for very specific home. Give me a call. Give you real estate agent a call. These are all Time consuming wonderful things that we want to listen to. I had a caller this week from from out of town, and, um, they were looking for a specific um and I knew they didn't want to give me a lot of information, which was okay. And I said, Well, you've got to tell me What you're looking for, and I was able to get this much information out of them. Hopefully they will be listening to the show today. And if anybody has a home that would meet these this criteria. Let me know when some of you are thinking about selling a home and you call me up and tell me about their home. And then they say, Do you have a buyer for my house? My answer is I don't know yet because I haven't seen your house. So be careful of the agent who says they've got a buyer for your specific, um When they've never seen it. But here's some of the things that this particular buyer is looking for. She wants to be in Northwest Baltimore, either. Owing smells. Pikesville or Timonium. She wants to stay under $600,000. She wants it to be in move in condition. Now, if it needs new carpeting or one room needs painting that kind of thing. That's not a big deal. But this is a person who does not want to redo bathrooms are kitchens. They do want a master bedroom or a primary bedroom on the first level. Again. They want it move in ready. They want the roof to be relatively new. They want the flooring. To be good. They don't want to do any major repairs. If you've got a home that you're thinking about putting on the market that is around $600 or less would be lovely. I have a buyer who's looking for a home that I'm mentioning and possibly If your home is the right home, we could put the two of you together, So I'm not going to mention any names. But if you're listening out there, I do know the style and the kind of home that you would like. And if Someone calls I will be able to share that with you again. By the end of the month. I will have some new properties coming on the market. If you're interested. If you give me your name and number I can put you on the list so that when these properties Hit the market. I can let you know about them, You know, right away. One of these things. It's someone, um, ask. I got a call this week was How do I cancel a listing? Well, If you're listed with a real estate agent, I am not the one Another real estate agent is not the one to be giving you advice. You should be. Discussing this with your real estate agent. But most of the calls that I'm getting are from sellers who have not been happy with their real estate agent because it hasn't and soul or for whatever reason. And there are a number of reasons that homes are not selling. Maybe it's a home that's overpriced. Maybe it could be the lack of marketing. Maybe it was difficult to get into. Maybe your showings were wrist restricted. Maybe it's So cluttered that you can't get through it. Maybe it needs so much work that people don't want to walk into it. But my favorite line about why a home has not sold is that the right buyer has not seen it. It could even be when a By a seller who is not really sure they want to sell their house. Maybe they're falling back in love with the house. Maybe they're deciding not to sell it. But maybe they're appeasing one of the other owners of the house who does want to sell it. In other words, one owner of the house could be sabotaging the sale and not even realizing it. So when I go into talk To people who are thinking about selling the house. I asked them if they are both 100%. Sure that they want to sell and almost always one will say, I'm 100% sure. I want to sell the house. I want to move. When I look at the partner and asked the same question, they say frequently. I'm not 100% sure, but I want to be able To make my partner happy. We have to make sure that that partner who is not ready to sell is also not going to sabotage that sale and that we need to get to the bottom of whether They are ready, and they are going to allow that house to come back on the market. When I mentioned that somebody wanted to cancel their listing the main Response that I would give them is why do you want to cancel it? And one of the responses that I got, which I thought was quite interesting. They had been told You can't cancel a listing because you you're under contract and this was a person who was talking about staying in his home. Fixing it up and living there, But he was afraid to tell his real estate agent because he was under contract. Well, I'm here to say, Tell your real estate agent Of course you're not committed to having to sell your house. When you change your mind. I had a family that I had worked with so many years ago. Wonderful house. Very unusual house. It didn't sell right away. I got a call, and they told me that their grandkids would be going to school in the Maryland area, and they wanted their house. To be Accessible for these kids on weekends to come to grandma. Sales for Any time they wanted to, and that's been four or five years ago, and I gave them a call and all the kids are graduated, But what they did is they decided to totally renovate their home. Instead of Putting money into traveling or buying vacation homes. They love the location. They love the house and they rehab the home to the point that it is total perfection with them. So when you are canceling a listing when you see In the multiple list that a home has been off the market or comes back on the market. Don't discount that house right away. It doesn't mean That there was something wrong with the house or it didn't pass inspections. Let's inquire about that. So again, if you've got any questions about Putting your house on the market, canceling a listing how to get your house ready to sell. Give me a call. We will be right back. Just like always are calling number 4 10. 9226680.
Jamaican Reggae Legend “Lee Scratch” Perry Dies at 85
"Finally today and amish to jamaican record producer musician and songwriter lee. Scratch perry who died yesterday in western jamaica. He's been described as a recording studio wizard. Someone who impacted music production from new york to tokyo perry grew up in a poor farming family and the jamaican countryside. His first job in the music industry was selling records for one of the best known record labels in jamaica studio one disagreements over writing credits and payments lead perry to start his own label even wrote a song about the tension with studio ones owner. People funny boy reached beach. You people funny boy became a top five hit in the uk. Sales allowed lee perry to build his own recording studio in his backyard. In kingston the black ark became legendary perry the mad scientist's studio his lab for sound a sound that essentially reinvented reggae. Musicians tip their hat to multi-layered dub plastics like lee perry's nineteen seventy seven disco devil as a producer. Perry could also play it. Straight as he so masterfully did during several sessions with bob marley and the wailers we leave you with their nineteen seventy song soul rebel co written by bob marley and lee scratch perry produced by mr perry who left us yesterday at the age of eighty.
"one owner" Discussed on KOMO
"One owner told us crab right now is four times higher than this time last year. On top of that, they can't find enough people to fill their job openings. I've had a help wanted sign up for almost two months Now, I've had like two applications. People are waiting in line because I don't have the staff and then now we're starting to run a little short on oysters. It is so tough, well, less than half of the restaurants in our state who applied for relief fund money actually got grant money, the State Hospitality Association says As of July 1st, their industry was short 80,000 workers statewide. Many business owners curious if the turnaround will come now that those finally unemployment have to show at least three job applications when they file their claim fire at an apartment complex in C check, sending for people to the hospital to with critical injuries. This was about midnight last night at handover apartments just north of Angle Lake. The fire went to three alarms. Eventually, several units damaged and even cars in the parking lot took about 90 minutes for firefighters to get that blaze under control. They've been spending many hours here on Sunday, just to checking some of the remaining units and looking for hot spots. The Red Cross already helping out as some 80 people now need to find a new place to live. 24 year old woman facing vehicular homicide charges after her sister dies in a crash early Saturday morning, According to Aberdeen police. The woman was driving home from a party in Ho Quy, um with her 20 year old sister, her 17 year old sister, a five year old girl and a two year old boy when she allegedly decided to race another car. Police say she was driving around 70 MPH once you hit a concrete monument. As she entered a curve and rolled the car. Her 20 year old sister ejected from that car and later died. The extent of injuries of the others in that vehicle has not been shared. Investigators are saying that alcohol and high speed travel are a factor. That's American fans. Having a lot of fun at the ballpark this weekend, the Mariners with a game against the Angels again today at 1, 10 Mariners one game last night, two to nothing. She had a storm basketball. They were on the road Friday to play at Phoenix. Everything they could to get the shots in, but not enough, they lose. Not to worry, though they got Phoenix later today in Everett. Now look at traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the floors. Curtis Calhoun in a double law group travel center. Both corrections of I five really getting jam packed right now through downtown Seattle. We also have a crash in North End was found 90 at 436th Avenue southeast crash, blocking the left lane and causing Bit of a backup for those who traveled over the weekend and coming back to the West side. Both directs the four or five stop and go out between the rent in s curves all the way up towards Bellevue. Also a big backup, Ch four or five approaching South Center and also single over the light soiling guy north down five days before Lakewood. Curtis Calhoun, Kabul traffic Lots of sunshine during the afternoon. Today after some morning low clouds and a few spots and highs today, they're going to be the upper seventies to lower eighties. Same story on Monday. Impact.
"one owner" Discussed on KOMO
"Richard Branson and his crew rides his company's Virgin Galactic unity space playing on a suborbital flight today, Branson say 99.99% was beyond my wildest dream is Space Tourism Agency plans to bring paying customers on board in 2022 for $250,000, a pop. And is setting up a charity called Space for Humanity to subsidize those who can't afford the fare. 90 people now confirmed dead 71 have been identified in the collapse. SURFSIDE Florida CONDO, Florida Building, officials say the buildings twin, the Champlain Tower North appears stable. White House officials say no plans to send any troops to Haiti to safeguard key infrastructure and keep the peace after the assassination of Haiti's president. The power vacuum in the impoverished nation. Arrests in Denver that city hosting three days of MLB All Star events, police, arresting four suspects. They had more than a dozen long guns and more than 1000 rounds of ammo in the eighth floor of a downtown hotel. Dave Packer, ABC News Homeowners. 1000 FM 97 7 11 31 our time Now here at coma News. I'm Mark Christopher. Now to bring you this update from the Como 24 7 news Center. Experts say it's going to take a while to get back to those pre pandemic levels of business in our region, But we are on our way despite covid 19 requirements easing and more people venturing out to restaurants and events Some businesses, saying supply shortage and how to get people back to work are the challenge. Restaurant owners in particular, tell us the supply shortages, forcing many of their products to skyrocket in price, One owner told us crab right now is four times higher than this time last year. On top of that, they can't find enough people to fill their job openings. I've.
Xbox One Will Play Next-Gen Games via xCloud
"Microsoft will xbox one owners play next gen xbox games his ex cloud service a lot of xs. The news was buried in a blog. Post recapping microsoft's xbox plus with us to showcase the company confirming plans to leverage cloud gaming cloud for xbox one consoles that means the two thousand thirteen hardware will be able to play the xbox series x exclusive games from twenty twenty one extending the life cycle what would normally normally soon be obsolete boxes quote for the millions of people who play on xbox one consoles today we are looking forward to sharing more about how we will bring many of these next gen games such as microsoft flight simulator to your console through xbox cloud gaming just like just like we do with mobile devices. Tablets and browsers says we'll of microsoft's xbox wire until now microsoft had only described cloud on consoles as a way for players to tribe of try games before you download but it's clear the company sees a service as offering much more ex cloud availability will provide a welcome boost for xbox. One consoles particularly as microsoft is upgrading. A server blades to run xbox series x hardware. Later this month it'll give this older hardware away to play upcoming titles like star field which like flight simulator will also launch exclusively on the new xbox series x slash as consoles.
"one owner" Discussed on KCRW
"Less than a decade. Gaylord Wilshire went from looking like a chump to looking like it. Genius, And then he decided to cash in. They laid out attractive. Eight blocks moving west from MacArthur Park. They laid out the main boulevard and four cross streets and started building homes. They laid out this boulevard to be very grand, very wide, a veritable Shawn's Eliza the Pacific with modern concrete sidewalks and curbs, palm trees imported all the way from Colorado. And if you open up the December 10th 18 95 edition of the L A times near the top of Page six. You would find this ad the most magnificent property ever offered for sale in Los Angeles, the Wilshire Boulevard tracked Of course, he decided to name the street after himself. There were no cars in L. A. In those things. Wilson Boulevard was laid out for force. Traffic trolley lines ran on either side of it belong 6th and 7th streets connecting it with the rest of the city and Gaylord Wilshire was adamant about one thing. He wanted no trains of any kind on Wilshire Boulevard itself, just row after row of expensive His vision for the boulevard. I don't think went much beyond this idea that I'm going to create a neighborhood for the powerful of Los Angeles and that he did. The most powerful man in Los Angeles at the time was General Harrison Gray Otis, the first owner and publisher of the only Times and Wilshire's arch nemesis. H. Gaylord Wilshire, a flamboyant self promoter whose father left him a fortune and nothing else. That is actual copy from an L A Times editorial. So.
"one owner" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"He said. If you wasted half your life in bars, pursuing sins of the flesh This guy's good. He said. Are you sitting in a beanbag chair? Naked eating Cheetos? There? It is, right? He said to you. Yeah, that is him. So he's at the Improv and Addison are their tickets available for this one. It's a sellout and its multiple shows each night, I think seven and 9 30 roughly kind of changes per night, but a secondary market tickets. If you want to go, they started 1 70 go up to 4 99, and that is per table. Not for tickets so out, you will be basically flat four people, So it sounds like it's alive. It is not as better than sounds. And then there's another. There's another comedy act in town this weekend as well. That intrigues me because of his musical talent as much as anything You're you're Craig Robinson. Vanna take. I love Craig Robinson from the office. Yes. That's what I know from is the office and he's here in town at the improv in Arlington. Down there off of I 20 it's Friday through Sunday. Same thing. Multiple shows tickets are available. 1 42 to 18 same thing that's for per table not per ticket in this guy. I mean, seriously, he's this guy has a master's in education. He's a smart dude, a musician. Obviously, folks knowing from Darryl and the office, right? Yeah. Or Brooklyn 99. I guess he's in that as well. Yeah, and even a bunch of movies too like he's very recognizable. Yeah, He's a funny dude. Aren't Craig Robinson in town, and there's a musical act. Be honest where they had to look this one up and I know her, but I did not know her new band. You gotta fill us in. Same thing for me. I was like I was trying to figure out what this is all about. It's went on in the big noise and basically thing I saw was, this is her eight studio album, and that's her new band, but it it was released in February of 16. And it was her first fooling studio album since 2000 three's What the World needs Now is love. So she's on tour supporting this and this is actually a delayed show was supposed to be spent scheduled a couple times. And now it's finally coming to fruition is tonight at 7 30 at the Onsen musical. Here's what the new One owner in the big noise sounds like for you. Hey, I'm sad. Nothing now just That's the new one owner, of course, half the judge latest. I say she's still got it. Probably. Oh, yeah, yeah,.
"one owner" Discussed on Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast
"Put him into the into the unit portfolio and when we're at the unit we can look at the photos and you know and help line the unit up the way. It's supposed to be an even with those photos. It's still possible to catch everything hundred percent but at least it shows the owner that we're making a really concerted effort to solve that problem. And that's what they wanna see right and then also like one of the things that we do. Is we ask every owner. Will we sign up with them. Give me three to five video. Secrecy is about your property that you want that specific to you that you want us to check. Every time we do an inspection. And then we'll low those three to five items and then we'll have to check that off every time we do the inspection. We have one owner that whatever reason he likes the blinds open every time it comes into town. Well that's not so easy to remember right and so But if we have to check it up less it makes it. It makes it easier. And so they loved seeing that ability. And then they'll email us and they'll add something to write and then we'll customize that and then we'll send them a link after the inspections done we don't son every owner every link forever inspection but we sent quite a few particularly for certain owners that are i would say pickier than others and they love to see that you know that track. There was marked off that of the things that they asked us to do. So those details honing in on those details. It is really hard and having the right. Technology just helps mazing. I didn't much. I didn't want to cut you off there john because it gets It's such an important topic in mentioned that me in the past time to it's great it's just there's we talk and focus it out operations and the guest experience. I think it's equally important to remember what this is like for the owners interest Experience that we also serve both the owner a guest. When they're they're the property in the service they expect and the owner from an asset management perspective. Thank you so much for listening. We love your support and one provide the best. We can to all our listeners. So please find us online social media and on spotify apple podcast and google podcasts..
"one owner" Discussed on JO Radio Live
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Digital artwork sells for record $69M at Christie's
"A digital artwork has set a new record at christie's selling for sixty nine point. Three million dollars that's higher than bids for artwork by frida kahlo and salvador dali. Our ceylan off says the collage by artist. People also set a record for the non fungible token market. She'll explain simply put an. Nf nafta is just this digital token that conveys ownership. so you can think of f. as digital collectibles the idea is that you have this asset online and there is only one owner of it and because of that that gives it some level of scarcity it gives it some value where it gets more technical is the fact that that authenticity is guaranteed through information conveyed on blockchain which is the same technology that underlies bitcoin. It's just saying here. Is these specific. Asset here's data. it was created. Here is the name of the work of art in this case. And here's all of that information preserved so that you can actually track who owns this digital asset because assets online. You know if you have an image you can share it. You can make an. Mimi can do all sorts of things with it and there really hasn't historically been one owner and this lets you do that.
"one owner" Discussed on The Face Radio
"Talk a half a kissed this and we're not a two Don to One owner hello. Many times must man in his life. Why can't you gave a strange good payment on paul. Only city report upbringing in my life played Being common ground ban. Don't laura pa..
"one owner" Discussed on SML Planning Minute
"A will. This legal document provides your directions on distribution of your estate. I e the wealth. You accumulated upon death. It also specifies the trusted individuals whom you want to help carry out your intentions such as an executor who manages your estate administers the terms of your will a guardian to care for your minor children and possibly a trustee to administer the terms of a trust you created in your will failing to have a will i e dying intestate means that the state in which you resided at the time of your death decides how your assets are distributed and who will administer your last affairs and take care of your children. Those individuals may not be people. You would have chosen and distribution of your estate may not be how you desired even with a will. Some of your assets may be distributed outside the will these are known as non probate assets owning property jointly with another as your spouse with rights of survivorship is a common way to create a non probate asset upon the death a one owner the other joint owner automatically gets titled to those assets some assets that you own such as your 401k plan. Ira life insurance. Bank or securities accounts with transfer on death or payable on death designations will go directly to those you name as beneficiaries assets held in trust our past.
"one owner" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"He's worked as a bartender in I think mostly what was that wind. No the eagle or one of those leather bars are house star power house. He's very you know i mean. Who isn't this livestream that you had you know where you talk to the to the to the bar owners about your situation was that inspired by what went down here in chicago with the black drag queen coal council and the the how. How did that inspire you. I would imagine like you know being san francisco and seeing the drag queens here All coming together and she basically telling this person you need to change your or move on and then it holding some of the bar. Owners and managers accountable. That must've been powerful to to witness. Oh definitely definitely we definitely The people who put that on definitely inspired by the chicago. Black drag council I remember watching that and being like to sitting back and just being like wild and also vary inspired and happy to see you know backtrack clean standing up and speaking about the injustices that they've dealt with and the bars and it makes me realize like all the things that i've had to deal with. You know the micro aggressions that you deal with in bars and and queer nightlife as a person of color so they definitely were inspired by that and that was like so many cities after that. Were you know hopped on that. And let's address this. Let's let these bars no finally like what we deal with in like how it affects us when we it here like there was some people who like had like some mike bartenders. Who worked there. Who participate color. Who had to deal with microaggressions. How their managers didn't Stick up for them. When they've had issues with patrons are they were paid less. And you know all those microaggressions things that we deal with And we're trust and it was really nice to see all these people come together. And then they brought on certain bar like the owners of the eagle. And there's one there's one owner of multiple bars in the castro who didn't dare to like show up himself he had other people show up for him But he's like notorious for being like he's just a horrible human being like he buys. These businesses doesn't really care about him doesn't care about his patrons like especially the people of color and all those bars rough on mark zuckerberg Never never enough and so this guy was like you guys were face to face. Show up he no..
"one owner" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"He's worked as a bartender in I think mostly what was that wind. No the eagle or one of those. Leather bars are house star powerhouse. He's very cute. Yes you know. I mean who isn't so this livestream that you had you know where you talk to the to the to the bar owners about your situation was that inspired by what went down here in chicago with the black drag queen coal council and the the how. How did that inspire you. I would imagine like you know being in san francisco and seeing the drag queens here All coming together and she basically telling this person you need to change your or move on and then it holding some of the bar. Owners and managers accountable. That must've been powerful to to witness. Oh definitely definitely we definitely The people who put that on definitely inspired by the chicago. Black drag council I remember watching that and being like to sitting back and just being like wild and also vary inspired and happy to see you know backtrack clean standing up and speaking about the injustices that they've dealt with and the bars and makes me realize like all the things that i've had to deal with. You know the micro aggressions that you deal with in bars and and queer nightlife as a person of color so they definitely were inspired by that and that was like so many cities after that. Were you know hopped on that. And let's address this. Let's let these bars no finally like what we deal with in like how it affects us when we it here like there was some people who like had like some mike bartenders. Who worked there. Who participate color. Who had to deal with microaggressions. How their managers didn't Stick up for them. When they've had issues with patrons are they were paid less. And you know all those microaggressions things that we deal with And we're trust and it was really nice to see all these people come together. And then they brought on certain bar like the owners of the eagle and there's one There's one owner of multiple bars in the castro who didn't dare to like show up himself. He had other people show up for him But he's like notorious for being like he's just a horrible human being like he buys. These businesses doesn't really care about him doesn't care about his patrons like especially the people of color and all those bars rough on mark zuckerberg Never never enough and so this guy was like you guys were face to face. Show up he no..
"one owner" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"He's worked as a bartender in I think mostly what was that wind. No the eagle or one of those leather bars are house lone star powerhouse. He's very you know i mean. Who isn't this livestream that you had you know where you talk to the to the to the bar owners about your situation was that inspired by what went down here in chicago with the black drag queen coal council and the the how. How did that inspire you. I would imagine like you know being san francisco and seeing the drag queens here All coming together and she basically telling this person you need to change your or move on and then it holding some of the bar. Owners and managers accountable. That must've been powerful to to witness. Oh definitely definitely we definitely The people who put that on definitely inspired by the chicago. Black drag council I remember watching that and being like to sitting back and just being like wild and also vary inspired and happy to see you know backtrack clean standing up and speaking about the injustices that they've dealt with and the bars and it makes me realize like all the things that i've had to deal with. You know the micro aggressions that you deal with in bars and and queer nightlife as a person of color so they definitely were inspired by that and that was like so many cities after that. Were you know hopped on that. And let's address this. Let's let these bars no finally like what we deal with in like how it affects us when we did it here like there was some people who like had like some mike bartenders. Who worked there who participate color. Who had to deal with microaggressions. How their managers didn't Stick up for them. When they've had issues with patrons are they were paid less. And you know all those microaggressions things that we deal with And we're trust and it was really nice to see all these people come together. And then they brought on certain bar like the owners of the eagle and there's one There's one owner of multiple bars in the castro who didn't dare to like show up himself. He had other people show up for him But he's like notorious for being like he's just a horrible human being like he buys. These businesses doesn't really care about him doesn't care about his patrons like especially the people of color and all those bars rough on mark zuckerberg Never never enough and so this guy was like you guys were face to face. Show up he no..
"one owner" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Done where they can send away parts of your here and they can test for heavy metal type of there's supplements and key latian that can get so there's answers to these things so what that means is on. Let me go one. Other thing is one of the things that has. There's another study that said okay. Let's talk about all these different types of infections. That are very common in everybody. Everybody's got a one owner or a bunch of these. The other thing that can cause the immune system system to tips scales as i said it's toxins said metals or the other toxins is pesticides. So the the glyphosate which is the roundup which people not know the farmers. That's why the old farmers have really high levels of this because they have been covered in this pesticide stuff. But we're also starting to see this out there in the world because there's generations of people that have been etain the highest life safe product on the planet which is american wheat. Because they still in somebody. Mr g is Owns all the farmland in here in america. The biggest farm in water. And they're still doing this type of factory type of thing farming which is to increase the yield of wheat. America's the place that does it. Which is they use. Glyphosate three days before harvest of the machines when they bring the machines of their why because life was saved is a desolate our getting science he would that means is. Is that little packet. That goes inside of your your supplements to dry things out. So that the why because they make the the heads now they put on all year long too but the rest of the world said okay. If you put it on full sake if you spray roundup on across you have to wait two weeks to wash off. Otherwise we think it's toxic. America is put it on three days. Which is way under that too. So it's literally toxic. Why because it makes the heads. The wheat heads shrink a little bit which makes it easier for the combine to separate the in a higher yield. It's very toxic and so there's a lot of people that have the week belly type of thing that then which is a candied infection. That can also trigger a so. How would i claim these people up his. Let's get rid of that. Let's get the medals out of the body through there. Let's get the pesticides out of the body which you can make sure you stop eating these things. The other thing that's been really shown is emotional. So you can have people that have everything right but there a basket case because of ptsd or again kovin in terms of not just the virus..
"one owner" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Working the construction of 70 if you're in New York, but other net looking good. I'm Darren Copeland on K away News Radio live everywhere on the I heart radio app. That's 31 pinpoint whether a few clouds tonight low of 23 48 degrees tomorrow and Saturday, a chance for snow on Sunday. Right now in Denver. It's 37 degrees. Not only does President Joe Biden want people to mask up for the next 100 days, he's got specific places he wants you to put on that face covering to beat back Corona virus spread. He's got some new rules. He's now mandated mass son all federal property, enduring interstate travel. But he's taking it a step further, adding additional travel restriction restrictions. So everyone flying to the U. S from another country will have to test negative before getting on that plane and quarantine when they arrive here in the U. S. ABC senior congressional correspondent Mary Bruce said the White House press briefing this afternoon, Dr Anthony Fauci says, if we see 70 to 80% of the country vaccinated We should start to see things back to return to normal. President Biden signing some executive orders today, including funding for testing and expanding vaccination distribution, all with the goal of getting 100 million doses of the vaccine into the arms of Americans in 100 days. One owner in Denver's historically black five points neighborhood is uneasy after he said someone made an unprovoked threat toward his business. The people who frequented coffee at the point owner, Ryan Carbons, telling our partners at Fox 31 that his workers received a brazen phone call while he was out of town Monday, said that he had guns pointed at the coffee.
"one owner" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Couple years old, one owner, one trade, low mileage and 35,000 miles on it. He said. The second the second You talked about it. We have three calls and a guy from forget James Down the Jamestown biz Best Mark. Buyer bought it, but he sold to the first guy that bought it. So when I tell you these deals, they are a deal and I wouldn't mess around now this one's a pick up It has 93,000 miles on it, but it's a GMC Sierra says it could run forever. 1500 crew Cab SLT. 2000 and eight. I mean, let's pick ups like this out there with hundreds of thousands of miles, But maybe you need another one of the farm. The ranch, Whatever the kids, ah, stealth gray metallic, in the end, like a blue gray color as the black cloth interior six passenger capability because it's a big crew cab on this thing. Remote keyless entry remote start. In really for a pickup low miles. Very nice condition. Tires were almost brand new running boards month flaps that nice cover one owner trading Cockroaches is known about 100 trades, You would've used vehicle you go to park, which First Bismarck and Valley study. So get a lot of this. That is on the lot right now for 17 995. Call immediately. Immediately because it's yours for 16 5. 16 5. I kid you not published. You look very big GMC. Marco's valley city dot com online or puckers. Bismarck. Tell him, Scott sent you Let's go to Man and carrot. Ken Mayer, Tim and Fargo, Clinton, Bismarck, Fred and win. That's what the we got One line open right now at 7012580550 Tell us if your first time caller will get you the frontline band. Go ahead. Yeah, by her great, um, yesterday in their station that our two senators wasted in kind of letter to Joe Biden to do to try to save the Keystone pipeline. But they could not be bothered to cut to, um, contesting the election it you know, they're gonna have to do something pretty special for this all sold to vote for them again. I just tell you what it is. This is a dark day and in our world and don't get first. Too many, I'm afraid. I think we should hold our members of the congressional delegation accountable when they disagree with us. I don't think we should hate them. Send them hate me. And I think also to a certain extent that's in the rear view mirror. It has happened. I'm mad about it. I understand why they didn't understand what they believe in the Constitution, understand what the Constitution wanted to happen with all that evidence they one of the states to do it, and then, of course to fight it, and they were the last line of defense. So I wish they'd voted differently. I don't think I made a difference in the vote, Unfortunately, but my question is now for you. The audience. Is it time for us to be mad at them. Or is it time for us to fight in a new way and say our only hope? Is to stop bad things from happening. How would I do that? Well, I think we Keystone XL pipeline is a good example. I wouldn't tell you that, if show Biden is doing that for his base. And say, See, we got the Keystone XL pipeline, but we're gonna keep Dapple or like a re fight that battle. I'd say this putting the baby. He's throwing his crazy wing of bone and he's going to leave that alone. That might not be bad. So we got, you know, three years clips, Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Valley City has been there for you,.
"one owner" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"So these air one of those opportunities you wanna You wanna make sure you're listening closely to and again, we're gonna post he's on house. Keys radio dot com. The village green for this particular unit is not a resale restricted property. So we talked about Developer building a house initially, like marrying just mentioned they sell it to the first owner. The owner then resells the house at a restricted price. In this case, we have some of these properties that are based on fair market value and an equity share because maybe the restriction period has expired, and now we're just selling it as a market rate home. And so there's no resale restriction agreement that you will sign. When you buy this property for again for $140,000, and this is a one bedroom, one bath on the first floor, and you said there's also a loft on the second floor. Yes, Yes. So you know grandkids wanted to come and still they could sleep upstairs but actual living space of this when it's all on the first part, which a lot of seniors want that. Got it. And so we've covered all of our ownership opportunities in Morgan Hill in Campbell and in Gilroy. We want to finish off this segment with covering our one rental unit that we have available in Burlingame, California married. Do you want to tell us about this rental property we have available. Again. A beautiful key bedroom, two bath unit. In the early game starts in Burlingame, and you know it's hard, Julius. I think it's good to point out that the sweet spot for some of these rentals is just because you can't make too much money because you will be over income, although these are for moderate in San Mateo County. Up to 120% so you can't be over income, but you have to make enough to afford the $3200 a month French. So there's kind of a sweet spot for these rentals. And sometimes it's hard to even find people that could fit into that sweet spot. But $3200 a month of rent Beautiful, just renovated two bedroom, two bath Apartment up and down upstairs and downstairs got in and folks so San Mateo counties we've moved from Santa Clara County were Morgan Hill, Campbell and Guilt worry, sit and went. Now we've moved to San Mateo County of San Mateo County has a $118,400 median. So that's a little lower than Santa Clara's 125,200 again. We're using 2018 numbers. That came out last April. And this April or this mayor this June. You may see the state come out with 2019 numbers that are even higher. But for this two bedroom home its price for a moderate income household of three because remember two bedrooms price for three causes household. Bedroom count, plus one and a three person household in San Mateo County is earning 127,900 according to moderate income levels of the state issued last year. So when we talk about that, $3200, it's meant to make sure that somebody that's earning 127,900 is able to afford that property at 35% of their income. So when you think about how we price these properties Whether they be for rent or for ownership. It's always around this affordability percentage, which usually ranges from 30% 35%, depending on the income level and the city that urine in that policy, So I want to think marrying for taking the time to go over these opportunities with us marrying. Thank you so much, and I think everybody will Hopefully get a chance to check out our website of house Keys rated I come to get your information. And if your local you can make it to Sunday, January 27th from 11 A.m. toe one PM give us that address. One more time. Marion. Okay, that is on Ruby Jane. It's 184 to 6 written things and murder in health. And there's Julia could say if they sign up for my house, keys dot calm and put their profile in. Don't get email blast from us when we do a lot of the marketing of the properties, so we want to think marrying for Dropping by and giving us that information and we'll try toe condense the segment in the future. But I think everybody can benefit from just understanding how this stuff is done in contact meant marry and have a great afternoon. We'll talk to you later. So, folks. We got a little bit of time left in the show and in the segment, so I wanted to just kind of give you a sense, So that's That's what that's what we do it. House keys are primary thing is is really playing program administrator on behalf of local jurisdictions that don't have the staff and technology to really support what is going to be a massive movement and affordable housing. I think that's what we're trying to also get away from this whole idea of market or below market rate prices because the market's going to do with the market's going to do is gonna be up one day It's gonna be down. We had three or four years of down market and now we're back at prices that are higher than before the last boom. So we know that real estate is fickle, especially in coastal areas and urbanizing areas. Like like California. You have to sort of pick your spots as to when you you think it's the best opportunity to buy and your real stage and can can give you that advice. When we come to affordable housing for purchase or rent. We're talking about housing that's based on some kind of income level and some kind of affordability percentage. And so the income level comes down from the federal government. Every year. It's issued to the state or the state response to the federal government by issuing their own income levels. And then those state income levels affect what every single county all 58 in California will consider. Any one of five categories extremely low income, very low income, low income, median income and moderate income. So you've heard us talk about everything between those five and also above moderate and up to 150% of the median income, So that's really what We wanted to take the time to do. I'm going to try to take the remaining time of this show just to kind of tease into what we might have to do is apart two in the next show where we wanted to talk about this government shutdown. Um, there's there's a lot going on here with this government shutdown and I think what I'll do is I'll just lead in. I just wanna tease into the information that will cover at the next show. Which is really just trying to cover this concept of you know, it's amazing to me that we've got T s a workers with food banks outside of of the airport terminals to try to get them to deal with not having a paycheck. We've been in the government shutdown since midnight December, 22nd I mean, this is unprecedented longest, the longest shutdown ever but not the on Lee won. So I want to talk a little bit about how this all works. Lt's into it on the other side of the break in, and we'll do a.
Indoor dining is shutting down in New York, these owners say their restaurants are not the root of the problem
"City are fighting mad that Governor Cuomo shut down indoor dining. One, owner Tyler Hollinger tells Fox News statistics show restaurants are not causing the surgeon covert cases. 70% of infections in New York City happened inside private gatherings in the apartment. The indoor dining van started Monday and will last at least two weeks. America's
Washington Redskins remove former owner George Preston Marshall's name from Ring of Fame
"George Preston Marshall, the last NFL owner to integrate his team is taking off of the Redskins ring of honor at FedEx Field, according to ESPN is John Keim. Matthew Paris of The Washington Times reports that every reference to the Skins first owner has been removed from the team's website. Marshall brought the Burgundy and Gold Washington from Boston in 1937 and owned the team until his death in 1969.
Horse named for Dr. Anthony Fauci finishes second in debut
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Salon owner gets week in jail for refusing to close business
"We're so one owner was put in jail for seven days opening her business instead of asking for a handout her name is Shelly Luther audio sound bite number seventeen is a yesterday and that tell us in Texas one of states it opened up she being sentenced for opening her salon in violation of Texas is ordered to close due to the pandemic plans I would like to say that I have much respect for this court and loss and that I've never been in this position before and it's not someplace that I want to see but I have to disagree with you Sir when you say that I'm selfish because feeding my kids is not selfish I have here stylish better going hungry because they'd rather feed their kids so Sir if you think the law is more important than kids getting fed then please go ahead with your decision but I'm not gonna shut the salon she's a basically flying in their face to look I'm not gonna ask for hand out I'm gonna open my salon my people working for after a week after each their kids have to eat my kids after eight so literally it was arrested for opening her salon because she and her stylist are having a hard time buying food they don't have any money they need to get back to work they didn't demand that some government fix the problem they didn't demand a hand down a bit in demand some paycheck protection plan or some other form of assistance they went out and solved the
Deli owner becomes local hero for responding to hundreds of "letters to Santa"
"A deli owner in San Antonio Texas region responds apparently to hundreds of kids letters to Santa began last year one owner L. Lima Chaudry of Gino's Stoppin by bought a Christmas mailbox as a decoration kids began putting their letters to Santa inside who knows why but this guy ended up with four hundred letters to Santa Claus he answered each and everyone of them to a man that's awesome imagine that any plans on doing the same thing this year he put out crayon so kids could write their Christmas lists and put them in the mailbox
Mourinho appointed Tottenham head coach
"Minister we have breaking sports news my view canyons him yet good morning Claire if you're gonna suck a coach who took you to the European champions league just a few months ago the final viral you better have someone lined up I'm talking hot spot have because in the last few minutes they have announced that shows a marine yeah has been appointed as head coach of Tottenham Hotspur to replace Morenci approach a trainer who was sacked late last night marina has a contract that runs we are told until the end of the twenty twenty to twenty three season a short CPO statement put out a few minutes ago I made the point that marina is one of the world's most accomplished managers as they put it having won twenty five senior trophies there's a court from the man who made the decision to oust Pochettino and the rest of his coaching staff chairman Daniel levy ensures a levy says we have one of the most successful managers in football he has a wealth of experience can inspire teams and is a great tactician here's one owners at every club he has coached we believe he will bring energy and belief to the dressing room and in that statement may be there is a the bones of an explanation as to why they decided now was the time they had to get rid of Pochettino who took and taking them to top four finishes for four seasons assuming this person struggle to do in the past and as we said to the European champions league final just a few months ago you because spares this season have really struggled that away from in particular has been very poor they had that humiliation against Bayern Munich in the European champions league and there have been persistent stories about splits within the dressing room all of course played out within the financial constraints departure Tino who's been operating under the because he's basically not been able to spend any money a tool because they've been looking at spending hundreds of millions of pounds all nine new stadium which now is of course up and running and which sport shooting I will not now have the chance to grace with a title so really interesting that suppose have acted so swiftly before the news that marina was appointed of course the reaction to put you taking us asking was great shock the CPO supporters trust said last night was shocked and saddened to hear that he's gone and they said many fans thought he'd earned the right to turn things around they also questioned the timing of the move at the end of the international break rather than the beginning but that's irrelevant saying as a marine here quite clearly was lined up to replace him former spurs start now BBC presenter Gary Lineker basically said good luck getting a better manager than put you to know I wonder if he still sticks by that could be interesting remark trying to ask you one of his former colleagues so Chris Waddell told the BBC he could understand them due to the mall was job this season it's just don't happen to have a confession to the way you wanted to the stadium because the absolute fortune so the wasn't money to spend now he is trying to keep a hold of the players who should have moved on unfortunately I'm kind of stand still and they call before they attend fourteenth division in that the premier league what you should know about marina when start of another very interesting time at
New England Patriots release Antonio Brown
"I Antonio brown owner is out of the NFL and one of our favorite guys do I have on the show. is of course Steven A. Smith and let's see here what Stephen a Smith has to say about the latest saga. Antonio brown being released from the New England Patriots in the race for the top spot yeah do you expect to see Antonio brown in the NFL again no I do not obviously one will look at his talent. and one would say obviously with the NFL with their bottom line tendencies will want somebody like him and they're willing to tolerate somebody like him. my response to that would be although it is absolutely correct that there are people who's done who've done far worse than Antonio brown that managed to be in the National Football League I would bring up the name calling captain if only for this reason man they talk about Colin Kaepernick every day on their show every day they talk about him it's unbelievable his decision to kneel and in owners eyes compromise the bottom line they wanted to send the message to discourage others from following him in the future being pioneers in certain movements Antonio brown directly attacked Robbie craft how do you think that scull flow with the other thirty one owners in the National Football League I mean if they take bottom line issues personally as it pertains to dollars what do you think they're going to make of personal attacks aimed in the direction of an owner yeah not gonna like it ain't fly with that that's right I said I could like it but Stephen says Dane fly with that let's get to the personal side this man Antonio brown decides that what he wants to do all allegedly is the text messages that he sent out about the the the the person accusing it would you know the sex the second charge against them he said thou pictures of her children in the meantime he also made sure to talk about big band yesterday he talked about Robert Kraft yesterday he talked about Shannon shop yesterday okay he brought up these folks names how do you think that's gonna fly in the locker room he's call it Ryan clock a sellout he's attacked ju ju Smith Shuster how do you think that's going to flow he set up the and went after my Tomblin I am sorry to Mike Tomlin under the bus how do you think that's going to flow this man I've given credit for this he clearly doesn't discriminate he's attacked everybody. I don't. tech teammate tax contemporaries he has pulled no punches okay and he has shown that he can absolutely positively not be trust that I will get I won't even get into this what does great article we have you take into account having a tank filled the Parana's but that's all. and having a personal valet and and and and all you know personal staff to give up what this man has earned all right here's how much she's earned answer web around how much as Antonio brown earned in his NFL career all at all. in millions Bender
Phoebe Waller-Bridge Pulls Off Surprise Win to Take Home Outstanding Lead Actress in Comedy Series at 2019 Emmys
"The first owners of the night had been handed out of the seventy first primetime Emmy awards our Jim rupees backstage comedy honors headed out so far in a bit of a surprise Phoebe Waller bridge to the honor for Best Actress in a comedy series for fleet bank robbing Julia Louis Dreyfus of history Best Actor in a comedy series bill hater for very comedy series supporting acting roles Tony salute took the trophy for marvelous Mrs Maisel on the female side of that category Alex Borstein comedy writing and he went to Phoebe Waller bridge for flea bag in a comedy series directing trophy went to Harry bread beer for for the fight backstage at the Emmys general plus
Bowlen, longtime Broncos owner, dies at age 75
"Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen has died at the age of seventy five been battling Alzheimer's disease died last night at his home in Denver, after a years long battle with Alzheimer's. He will be enshrined, by the way, in the pro football hall of fame. Unfortunately, posthumously. And about two months. In Boland's, thirty five year tenure as Broncos owner, the team had as many FU per bowl trips seven as they did losing seasons Broncos won three of those Super Bowls. By the way. Nineteen Eighty-four the Broncos had the most winning seasons. Twenty one in the NFL and the second most playoff appearances eighteen bolan known as mister be to those who were informed was also the first owner in pro football history to oversee a team that won three hundred games in their first thirty years of existence class act rest in peace. Pat
Amazon H2Q Sparks Long Island City Real Estate Boom
"Amazon has selected northern Virginia and Long Island City New York to be the locations for the company split second headquarters, but even before the decision Amazon's interest in Long Island city had sparked a condo buying frenzy in the area located in the queens borough of New York, if it seems reminiscent of the pre crash property, boom. Well, that's probably accurate. Joining us with more on the story is Wall Street Journal real estate reporter, Josh barb anelle. Josh you right that until recently the Long Island city property market was pretty sleepy. When exactly did client start flooding brokers with inquiries. It was about a week ago. When the first word came out that Amazon was close to a decision that might involve Long Island city, and it began almost immediately like that night and the next morning brokers were getting calls from mostly. Esters at I who will looking to make offers on apartments later people who are looking to live there themselves. Also got the idea and started showing up in significant numbers. Yeah. How busy has this been for brokers? Demand. Must have or inquiries must have grown exponentially. It was incredibly busy. There were several stories predicting massive changes in both Long Island city and Virginia if this happened, and I kind of waited to see when we would get some documentation of this actually proof that it was really happening. And I came rather quickly by Thursday evening. I heard from a broker that all the appointments to look at apartments there through the weekend were failed. And there was no way they could get in except to go to open houses, you describe one example, this this building, I guess is going up. It's the glass building that's going up Jackson avenue in Long Island city called the gallery. Yes. And their sales manager gave me. A week by week reporting on the weekly visitors and in the week before this Amazon rumor emerged they had thirty three visitors or so for the entire week in the week after actually on the weekend after they have hundred visitors nearly a hundred visitors who they saw in their sales office in groups and individually, and they turned away sixty three people who left their names, and they were going to call them have them come back after that. And there is another broker that you talk about this broker at modern spaces and this person oversee sales at at court. I believe in is it's an eight story condominium that went on the market in August. And even before the decision went down prices were expected to go up. And I think she sold twenty units via text while the head of the firm says his personal context, including people he hadn't seen in seven or eight years texted him and said, we're interested in I don't know whether one owner at w-. Wants to buy ten of them or there were twenty individual purchasers, but he claimed to have an essence taken their offers, and they were gonna make deals and we'll see what happens at the court. What actually happened is after they thought it seeing traffic the developers began the process of increasing prices somewhat. We don't have much so that that was a direct result of the Amazon intrigue before the announcement. And there are hundreds of new condominiums on the market in Long Island city and dozens of resale apartments, and I am magin that business had been saw for these units. And for these condos for for quite a while because the the market has been so sleepy until now right Long Island city when they began with development there about decades ago began as a condo neighbourhood and after two thousand eight it's which to being doing rental buildings only and only in the last year or two. Have developers began investing again in condominiums and the market was like other places in the city was soft and that reversed completely hundred eighty percent when the rumors started circulating as mentioned before Josh one real estate agent told you reminded him of New York's condo, boom, just before the market crashed in two thousand eight. Yeah. The idea was it wasn't that? It'd be for the crush. It was a period when there was a frenzy and some buildings had people lining up at the sales office before the open the first day with checks in hand for deposits. It's not quite like that yet. But they felt it went from being a buyer's market had been to a very intensive seller's market all at once. And even before people even sure that Amazon was gonna make the move.
Cincinnati awarded MLS expansion team for 2019 season
"The air with a six sixty eight era manager jim riggleman he faces an adjustment is going to be quite a transition for him because he's never done that and you know getting loose and quicker and ready to go into the game it's going to be quite an adjustment but right now the starting just isn't working that's not to say he won't be back in their starting some time in the in the future could be the near future but right now we're going to put him in the bullpen reds top prospects second baseman nick stenzel return to the triple a louisville bats lineup last night going over four sends l has been out since may third with a recurrence of vertigo frontier league baseball tonight florence freedom open up a series with a double header at evansville high school baseball kentucky regional finals cov cath over saint henri twelve nothing campbell county defeats george rogers clark sixty to montgomery county shutout browser to nil it was highlands over beechwood eleven to one ohio state baseball turning action in the state semi finals tomorrow it is madeira facing canfield on friday mason goes up against anthony wayne kentucky softball regional semifinals and girls action yesterday collins over walton verona seven one oldham county veto and county tend to one highlands blank saint henri thirteen nothing riled defeated notre dame nine to two ohio girls softball state semifinals tomorrow as lakota west against perry's berg ohio lacrosse state semifinals and boys action last night saint francis to sales got by mary mon fifteen to thirteen and girls action marymount beat saint francis to sales in overtime fifteen to fourteen tonight sycamore meets upper arlington and saint ex battles worthington kilborn major league soccer is adding cincinnati in its latest round of expansion sc cincinnati will join the mls next season play at nipper stadium until their new stadium has done in twenty twenty one owner carl lindner the third major league soccer thank you thank you thank you our community and our family couldn't be more excited i'm thrilled except the special scarf and especially for what it means to our city cincinnati we did it nhl game two of the stanley cup finals tonight vegas will host washington golden knights lead at their one game to none bill denison newsradio seven hundred wwl w sports mercy health is once again selected by ibm watson health is one.
Uber self-drives robo-cars out of Arizona after fatal crash
"From the city of angels near the pacific ocean good morning good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world i'm george noory welcome to coast to coast am later on tonight chem trails in climate engineering here's what's happening this might be a victory of sorts buber shutting down at self driving car tests in arizona well one of the cars was involved in a fatal crash woman died in march the company notified about three hundred irizawa workers unfortunately for them that they were being terminated with the program ending the shutdown should take several weeks to complete test drivers for the autonomous cars have not worked since that incident in tempe arizona but over said they continued to be paid not anymore the company self driving trucks have also been shelled since that accident i'm opposed to all self driving vehicles especially trucks stephen paddock that las vegas massacre gunman who killed fifty eight people seemingly told a hair stylist months before the october first issue that the country music concert venue on the strip where he carried out his attack was it's an easy target for a shooting the hair stylists reported the incident to the las vegas metropolitan police unfortunately nine days after the event a little late a decision from nfl owners requiring players to stand for the star spangled banner if they are on the field when the anthem is played has triggered intense reaction from supporters and opponents as one owner reveal that he has obstain from the vote commissioner robert goodell said that the change was approved unanimously at the league spring meeting in atlanta san francisco forty niners ceo jed york was the only person who abstained dr john curtis with us online columnist dot com john i want to get your reaction to this i've got my own but how about you.