17 Burst results for "R. S."

"r. s." Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:54 min | 5 months ago

"r. s." Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Our educational events they go. Oh, my heavens! Where have you been? You know we've been here all along, trying to advise people, but we've had to cure now their tax disease. Long story short. This couple. We took five years and we got the money out of those. I reason for one case predominantly repositioned to a tax free bucket. OK, it's called a strategic rollout. And so after five years, they were still experiencing the 200,000 of income, and in fact, we increase the rate of return almost double. But let's just say the rate of return was the same as they were getting before. Um, 200,000 on Lee 80,000 of that was showing up on their 10 40 tax return now. The other 120,000 was tax free. Now the I R. S knows that receiving the other 120,000. The Irish knows everything, but they know it's tax free. It's been that way for over 100 years it's been a sacred tax free cash cow in the Internal Revenue code. And so basically, we were able to move them from close to the highest tax bracket down to a lower lower bracket. I remember another couple in five years We took him from the highest tax bracket in California to a 0% tax bracket. We can't do that for everybody. But I'm out of time in this segment. And if this is arousing curiosity, and you want to see what you could do to get money out of your four in one case strategically in five years and enjoy tax free income on some or all of your retirement resource is for the rest of your life. Join us. For a free educational webinar this coming Wednesday. Now we're going to teach this coming Wednesday. We're gonna start a 12. O'clock noon Pacific time. That would be one PM Mountain two PM central and so forth. We're going to teach for about 90 minutes and then we're going to.

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"r. s." Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:34 min | 6 months ago

"r. s." Discussed on 710 WOR

"So many reasons why I would say about a man who came and he's been communicating by email, and you can email me Also, if you have questions, Joe Like to get an email pretty fast back my emails Gil Joo at R S. And why 0.0 r g So I get to try the email Me could do it day or night. Well, it's my name killed Joo at R S and why DOD o r. G. So it's the Manny 74 years old and he's a man. He has high blood pressure, and he's a big man. Very big man, and he had rectal bleeding for three months erect a bleeding it Kona, Skippy. And nothing was seen and, well, this doctor said him to urologist for reasons that it really obscure, but he got a CT scan, which showed a fullness in the kidney. And then he just got a memory, which showed a big eight centimeters the size of my fist. They have big hands and feet. Eight centimeter mass in the kidney that is thought to be cancerous. And the urologist you're all just a zah surgeon who operates in the urinary system. The urologist wants to remove his kidney and throw it in the bucket. And this man listens. He's a radio listener like you and he heard about our work and kidney cancer, and he heard about how happy most of our patients are No one's 100% happy. But most people.

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"r. s." Discussed on The Underground Entrepreneur

The Underground Entrepreneur

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"r. s." Discussed on The Underground Entrepreneur

"Real. What is in your heart and mind that you can think of that would make you happy getting up rework every day for the rest of your working life. How can you take that passion and make a lifestyle that you want out of it? Be Creative and figure out how to open new doors in your passion, and then next you want to check out your competition and see how they make your passion business. Ask yourself if the business you're contemplating will make the lifestyle that you want a reality. Will it provide what you want and I'm not talking about just money, but will provide what you want and fill that Y for you. Finally you want to take a look at how risky is Your Business? The bigger the risk, the greater the reward. We've all heard that before. Now that you've decided that you are into your home, based and online business. A hundred and ten percent comes to the doing part determine how much of an abyss, but you'll need to make it. And where the money's coming from, you can save money. You can make extra money. Reduce your current lifestyle and that'll help you get some extra money. Remember that you'll always need more money to start than you think you will. You figure out what skills and tools you need so invest in those things to start your business off on the right foot. Personally. I bought a computer a docking station additional monitor and I paid for some things online that I needed to get mine going. Third you'll also want to set up your business as a legitimate at T. don't just dabble in it. File for a business license and set up a separate checking account. I have a separate credit card for my business that I don't use for any personal expenses. And then finally you, WANNA set up your branding and get yourself online. In summary You must decide if a business is the right thing for you right now. You must decide what the right business is for you. Then you need to put in massive action behind your decision to make it work. At mcfaul research international as I said a few minutes ago. We've put together a free training course. Guide you through the whole process. If you're interested, go to mcfaul. R I dot com forward. Slash S. L.. S. C. R. S. and pick up your free copy today..

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"r. s." Discussed on Sex with Dr. Jess

Sex with Dr. Jess

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"r. s." Discussed on Sex with Dr. Jess

"R. S. I cannot remember what the acronym stands for in this moment, but if you look up emptying the Jug, the empty jug technique. You will find this exercise when we think about you know the metaphor bottling up your emotions The exercise of imagines that. When you bottle things up, they don't all sort of Mesh together in like a like a jumble I type of deal right that they actually separate kind of into layers and it's cultural based on how you express things, but if we were to think about Western culture, if you you know if you sort of blow your top right, if you lose control of your emotions, and I'm using air quotes for that the first thing that come out is typically anger. Rights when you lose your composure, right that the first thing is probably gonNA come out his something in the range anger whatever you've got in there, and depending on what the intensity was like inside that bottle. When you shake it up in the lid POPs off can be some really nasty gnarly stuff And then if you're willing to or able to be with the anger read, and not just like let it stay there, but actually move through it and allow that person to express their anger, of course, said the boundaries that you need to around your physical safety, because we've learned to equate anger with violence, and they're very different experiences. The next thing that's come out his sadness. Right so I thing mad and then sad. If we are able to support 'EM, beat with people through their sadness. They actually start to talk about what they're afraid of their fears. Fear is Oh is absolutely always in there, right? We're the heat rises, but just say it sits right there because we're wired for survival and part of the ways that we track survival, not just our physical safety, but also are relational emotional safety..

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"r. s." Discussed on Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"r. s." Discussed on Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

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"r. s." Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"r. s." Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I don't think I need to reiterate this but there is never been a time like this before and I don't mean it as somebody sitting at a desk trying to talk sports I just mean there is never been a time like this before these are in fact strange times troubling times challenging times emotional times you have to show that you're hearing on the air you have to show that you're not hearing off the air get a match without show my sound like you got the show which is going on social you don't need to imagine you can just look at it and as I mentioned I do I change up and give you some other content and smart things to so my take my eyes my eyes off the main thing is still the main thing but there are other things when we take a moment right now an update the smack off twenty six countdown clock fifteen days eleven shows let me repeat the repeat that fifteen days eleven shows and then it is on personally I can't wait I wish this thing we're tomorrow I'm ready to roll I think most of you in the field all ready to roll we don't need two more weeks of this we don't need the hype we don't need to build up I'm good to go I wish this thing work tomorrow but it's not but speaking of tomorrow that puts us exactly two weeks out and as of right now I've got a group of people who have confirmed but only to on air R. S. VP's only to now I know that some of these things will all come rolling in week off but I'll take him if you got him I will take them as soon as you get them do not be afraid to check in it's not as early as it seems again tomorrow we're officially two weeks out so while I wait on those let me continue again with our player profiles today I'm a take it north of the border let's get international with it.

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"r. s." Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"r. s." Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"I can't file quarantine without U. R. S. U. D. yeah I've seen that one yeah some are you looking for a naughty girl because I only wash my hands for nineteen seconds I kind of think that's funny I would say that rubble I'm not maybe she's worth it maybe it's quarantine did you just give me the corona virus because baby you get me all hot and bothered these are some I mean I don't even know if I would Hey look if you put this to be funny like to drink as an opener I still I don't think I'd be like I. you're clever let's talk and be like oh I don't like lines period like pick up lines like that you smell so good is that pure L. you're wearing if I told you have a nice body would you keep it six feet away from me soon even though I have to in the paper that's it that's a good one I have a toilet paper well so I just told you this because that dead after I saw this house I went and looked at other pick up lines like just normal pick up lines really bad ones and was the first one I saw was you are you are you must be a haunted house because or if you were a haunted house I would scream when I was in you I think that one for Halloween I'm no weatherman but you can expect more than a few weeks that's funny I was on a warm front coming your way T..

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"r. s." Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"r. s." Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"R. S. errors are not necessarily beneficiaries beneficiaries are who's going to take under your plan now if you don't have a plan then there are no beneficiaries there are only errors so the intestacy laws for many many folks are kind of harsh and I guarantee they will maximize the amount of any taxes that you pay if you go intestate middle guarantee that because there's no option for tax planning when you go that route and so when the state makes it easy or automatic assume you're not getting the best deal yep you're getting the job done but there is very often times a very high price dwarfing anything that you would ever spend during your lifetime on a proper is state plan for you know your personal situation so you know Ted when we talk about them the fisheries we need to pay particular attention if they are minors or incapacitated we have to take very careful planning conditions for that and also to make sure that the planning says what if they become incapacitated what happens and that can only be done through a consultation with with our clients and figuring out how we do that but then as clients inherit their money the old fashioned way was just given the money well there's a lot of problems with that they get scammed out of it they make poor initial decisions the first couple years so in trust has become a much more popular way to inherit for our children tend to you know talk a little bit about the stressed well these can be created either within a revoke herbal living trusts which would be a sub trusts we call them or can be created in a will which is what we call testamentary trusts and they generally only come into existence when the second of a married person dies but the the purpose for them is to give the child the money in an asset protected box and that's the key difference because they're off limits to creditors and predators that day with that way as opposed to giving it to them out right where it's immediately available if they had a bad marriage or creditor problem these do not easily trust can even protect funds they cared Americal dissolution they can it well he in most cases that's true but the but there are tremendous feature and then these people could be their own trustees it doesn't have it at any level of complexity the documents we draft don't required to go back out to have another trust drafted to give them his ministration provisions of that sort of thing so it's it's a beautiful thing really nice way to give give children money and and I I strongly recommend it to my clients unless they have a really good reason to do something else for you giving them more than money or giving them money and they're the only ones with the ATM card.

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"r. s." Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"r. s." Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Second cousin did it already R. S. U. S. second cousins are the worst yeah they're not right it was super yeah nuisance relative don't worry about it yeah I was like man sorry about that one we're just going to we'll say suddenly didn't see that it's a real increase and I'm feeling a lot of pressure we've had so many emails listener emails and I just feel like such anxiety at night I literally cried last night going I cannot keep up with all of these and I feel like people are going to feel ignored stop working don't don't give just saying if anybody out there sent us an email and you're not getting a reply right now just know that there are so many people that are working in we we've had in a huge increase in it's really been hard to keep up myself I'm sorry if you don't I can solve this for you give me your password and I'll just do what I do to my email delete delete delete delete delete delete and then I go to my deleted items and delete delete delete delete really satisfying so it's a really minute lead to lead them to the double delete baby yeah double delete six forty one listeners media W. my top one seven one everything was the room always entertainment we see it everywhere in pop culture and.

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"r. s." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"r. s." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Coronavirus in Arizona well the day was sad vendors book two guests had R. S. V. peed in the corona virus testing gaze couples facing the heart wrenching decision to cancel or postpone their big days you know although sometimes it's the most loving thing you can do K. T. A. R.'s Griselda CityNews spoke to a valley couple in this situation Carino Madruga and Brandon Ramsey have been planning their wedding for about a year we are supposed to be getting married April second twenty twenty and it was gonna be at the whispering tree branch and living in Arizona it was going to be an outdoor wedding with one hundred of their closest friends and family the thing I was looking for the most since I had a my grandfather was my best man and he was traveling from San Antonio to be their line and I got married but earlier this week they have to make the heart wrenching decision to cancel their wedding they were concerned for their elderly relatives were most vulnerable to the corona virus and those traveling to the wedding is extremely hard and right now I pretty much cried all day that day I really didn't want to talk to anybody that you just wanted to cry after telling your guests the wedding was off portion of fries we reached out to the venue and they've actually pushed it to October so we have to reschedule they still plan to get married through the courts and about two weeks but will have their wedding celebration in October so even though we will legally be merry I think it's super important for our friends and family to come and see what it says that even exchanged vows for a second time because they're part of our lives Griselda city no KTAR news at eight twelve it's time for the KTA are time live with Steve's Meister brought to you by the husband wife law team of Briar law protecting the rights of the seriously injured in Arizona since nineteen ninety six it's March twentieth and on this day in nineteen sixteen Albert Einstein published his most famous theory the theory of relativity you've probably heard the equation equals MC squared do you know what it actually means he stands for energy M. is mass in C. is the velocity of light so the equation really says energy equals mass times the velocity of light squared are you still lost don't worry I got you the theory basically states that space and time are intertwined in ways that scientists didn't realize before it's about gravity Einstein determined that massive objects because the distortion in space time imagine putting a bowling ball in the middle of a trampoline it would sink and drag the tarp downward then if you drop a marble on the edge of the trampoline it would roll toward the heavy object in the center Feinstein's theory proved that the same thing happens in the universe fascinating stuff no you know what equals MC squared is all about it was published on this day in nineteen sixteen wow I feel like I've been to school I was very interesting now all right deterred added you get that I did that for about two seconds from the valley Chevy dealers traffic.

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"r. s." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"r. s." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"R. S. P. is M. they you know they want to take they do one take matters in our hands but not sure how to do that very self correcting that's how you that's that's what that means you it you can actually self direct your own retirement accounts but you want to do that with the comfortable confidence but also the proper skills and having the proper plan what are you doing right now because we're seeing a lot of volatility in these markets some people are a little afraid some people just don't know what to do with those retirement accounts how are you helping them get started to you know do that it was the what their best interest well it it does get down to the proper education you have to have the knowledge first of all to to be able to do something no matter what it is you have to know all how to do it how it's done properly that's what the proper education should provide but it should provide that also the skills to use the knowledge you know you could have when we use this golf analogy before were you can take somebody off the street give them the best golf clubs in the world and they're probably not going to be a good golfer they've never played before in our ally tried that is true that is true yeah I I I look like a great golfer older though this was important is how you look but if you took that person and you he you gave them some instructions some edge some lessons from a golf pro and then you given those great golf clubs they probably could do pretty good they had the opportunity to do to do well in the same thing is true in the market you need to know how what the markets how the markets function you know how you can take advantage of them and then you have to understand the right assets in the right strategies to use and you have to know how to use on learning USM from somebody who's using them who's had experience and here's the thing too I mean it takes a little practice as well when you once you practice something and the more more times you do that hopefully that becomes second nature because everything that we do and and learn in life and then whatever your profession is raising kids you learn by doing sure and that's the same thing you never ever gives you give you get you learn a lesson right now is the best thing in the world I'm kidding but you know once you have that that process and you have that that practice then you just have a plan that you follow great but also you the all of those things you just said it have to be done the right way you if you can learn to do things the wrong way and that becomes part of your behavior and that's your habits so you want to learn under the guidance of somebody who can give you the proper guidance and how can help you and we do what we call an immersion education which we think is the is the proper way to do this where you are actually working face to face with somebody who's guiding you and I know a lot of you do have those retirement plans that you want to be able to self direct and the first thing I do is just get started give a start to learn the skills and practices the more you do that that's really become consistent but also confident utilizing the financial markets within your retirements it shouldn't it's not rocket science you just haven't been taught yet in our give away some tickets when investing class where you can start that process to get to the point where you want to build a self correct your own retirement and these are classes where we've taught thousands just like you are various strategies which are designed to teach you to make better investing decisions the only give away twenty tickets for callers one through ten L. you're actually teaching a couple this week are these are coming up in your area so let's go colors one through ten one for you and one for a friend the number is eight four four eight eight seven two three three seven you can also register by texting the word OTA to the number three one nine nine six how we got a couple more a lot more to cover yet on this next segment we have talked about income we talked about retirement world green also cash flow what else you got coming up your response signals go by so fast we never get done everything that we had that planned on talking about that so we got more to talk about is far as retirement and and the cash flow but also I want to talk and this might be a great your eyebrows a bit I want to talk about women a little bit let's do that one again for two tickets call eight four four eight eight seven.

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"r. s." Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"r. s." Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The R. S. V. P. is required we offer a seller's flexibility no upfront fees and you can cancel anytime call Kirby Christina score at six one two two hundred twelve hundred six one two two hundred twelve hundred please join us on March twelfth of the state of the market dressed call today and start packing Chris leaned all realistic studio many analysts to seventy this is a fox news alert a victory lap for the president I'm Lisa Brady Adam Schiff is a vicious horrible person Nancy Pelosi is a horrible person singling out impeachment leaders and many others a day after his acquittal in the Senate fox's racial Sutherland is live in Washington he's a calling investigations into his administration evil and corrupt and led by dirty cops president trump took special aim at the former director of the FBI had I not fired James call me who was a disaster by the way it's possible I would leave me standing here right now speaking to supporters in the east room of the White House the president thank the people who stood by him saying the investigation started at the beginning of his presidential campaign when he appeared in trump tower in New York with his wife melania Lisa thanks Rachel what house speaker Nancy Pelosi defends ripping up her copy of the state of the union speech calling it a manifesto of mistruths falling the things that he says and then you said in may of tearing up his falsehoods isn't that the wrong message no it isn't I suggest I have tried to be gracious with him during her weekly news conference below see also saying the president looked a little sedated and that he knows nothing about prayer and faith after he appeared to criticize below sea and senator Mitt Romney at the national prayer breakfast earlier today White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham tweeting that the Democrats don't know when to stop calling blows his remarks sad the head of the national Democratic Party Tom press wants a re canvas of the caucus results in Iowa this after a delay blamed on reporting issues with a new app with ninety six percent of precincts in the race remains too close to call Pete British edge now hold just a one tenth of one point lead over Bernie Sanders America is listening box please your next fox news update in thirty minutes now your top local stories are on Twin Cities news talk dot com Minnesota news network online Scott Peterson officials have identified the pedestrian killed Wednesday morning while attempting to cross Hiawatha Avenue in south Minneapolis the Hennepin county medical examiner's office says fifty four year old Kurt how of Minneapolis died of blunt force injuries due to being struck by a car shortly after three AM police say the fatal collision happened as the car was driving through the intersection with a green light the driver a man in his twenties stopped at the scene and cooperated with investigators with five days to the start of Minnesota's two thousand twenty legislative session leaders are laying out their top priorities for using the state's predicted one point three billion dollar budget surplus democratic house speaker Melissa Hartman says high quality early childhood education this year three year old that we provided to Kerry's that benefit with them the rest of their life governor two walls as his top priority in the rainy day fund and bond servicing for a robust jobs projects built walls and Democrats want a much larger bonding building Republican Senate GOP leader pogs August as fully exam social security benefits from state income tax with our workforce shortage that there are more people would stay in Minnesota I think I think you're gonna find in the future that more seniors are working which we want them to do a Wisconsin residents has been confirmed to have the corona virus in Minnesota health officials are monitoring the situation closely no cases have been confirmed in Minnesota Chris there's been with the state health department says precautions are being taken to ensure safety wherever possible we're working hard here at the health department to make sure that we are as prepared as possible for responding to a case in Minnesota and minimizing the risk of spread this is an Indian Hey it's true here for my friends over the good feet store look it's twenty twenty now it's a new year it's time to start taking better care of yourself and.

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"r. s." Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"r. s." Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"R. S. in the changing of the rules in the middle of the game in the impact of the I. R. S. in the the lack of a clear easy to follow comprehensive complete retirement plan one that addresses geo political concerns economic uncertainty the influence now of Iran right sadly we just saw this week in an article that was out dal shutters is Iran threatens trump with historic nightmare Iran threatens to destabilize the Dow Jones we saw the market have major swings will add to the fact we've got an upcoming election that the unknown outcome of that election could have take a very serious Dyer street maneuver for many of us that have saved a hard and worked hard to save Mart in IRA's and four oh one case but added the fact the government already changed the rules in the middle the game of of what now becomes a government money grab of indirectly stealing your hard work from your children and grandchildren on money in your IRA that you would have wanted to pass on to them over their lifetime folks that that that ship has completely sailed and I'll tell you why this is so important right when you really really think about it right even The Washington Post came out this week and said no your IRA was never intended to be a vehicle to pass along your wealth what the folks I think that's a bunch of bunk and I agree with financial adviser Philip the moves in a post with the Wall Street journal this past July in many of his forecast of this passing by the way late last year mid last year or even early last year for that matter he wrote like grave robbers opening king tut's tomb Congress can't wait to get its hands on America's retirement account assets see this is this this person goes on to say that the IRA and four okay weren't meant to be used to to is a way to transfer wealth I disagree we talked about this and I think this is this is very important you know if you have concerns about how to build your best save grown protectorate tire meant now couldn't be any more of importance than right now I mean literally right now it's one thing to have a new year's resolution it's another thing to to to implement a strategy that preserves grows and protects your life's work like your for one case your IRA's money that you intend to either get to retirement live off of some talking to baby boomers getting to retirement as well as baby boomers are retirees trying to find a safer passage through retirement folks now can be a more important time to re organize your retirement to restructure in to resolve a new retirement reality see the rules have changed and they will continue to change in favor of the government's money grab and the uncertainty will come become more and more especially in a very contentious election year on top of the trade talks on top of now the influence of Iran's impact on our markets and of course many people want to know what to do where can we go how can we protect what is the solution will focus called hidden well solution and it retirement protected dot com them to be teaching this Tuesday ironically the solutions that many of these articles now that the rules of inherited IRA is have changed for good I want to be clear if you're somebody that's not yet turned seven half good news and what's been passed as the secure act is enabling you now that that have to be forced to take money out of your IRA's are for one case in till your seventy two no longer seventy and a half I can't tell you the amount of confusion that this is because consumers and clients that have contacted us saying Chuck it spell this out in layman's terms make this simple and easy.

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"r. s." Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"r. s." Discussed on WTVN

"Certainly nothing you would use for defense we thought they were actually dangerous to shoot right because it was hard for people to to hold them subtly and now this make that a study stabilizing brace like it was intended right two big brands probably on in this arena R. S. B. that the founders yep and delegates lawyers are working on Facebook live which is a great place to watch the show you can see the different different models out there there's some one of my favorite one is I think they called it with a car that P. W. I. JCPenney right here to watch an office but you can see that the man yeah this is really collapses upon itself in and makes it very this fella itself really really yeah you can pull this out to several different positions really story and it's just a so it is adjustable adjustable for length in case you do pull it up but still when even if the overall with the barrel ending right here still meets the criteria for the a TF as far as a a personal goes so that's a really really nice what we talked earlier you had that the one that kind of opens up like a V. right and there's no strap on it now I do have to warn people about this these the ones that come with straps you cannot alter the brace by taking the strap off we have seen people come in here going on yeah the strap on not really use that so I'm gonna take it off now you've altered that configuration and now technically you have done something that would make it illegal to be able to shoot stuff here you got a strap that holds us on if you're gonna occasionally shoot from the shoulder do not take that strap off that also that alters the the brace so well now the one I like does not have a strap it just pops open right hold the gun the weight of it presses up against it's really up on their way fast J. hook the J. Han okay.

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"r. s." Discussed on Is It Transphobic Podcast

Is It Transphobic Podcast

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"r. s." Discussed on Is It Transphobic Podcast

"You'll find it because like forget because like the dot Li Anyway Yeah Nah it. It's worth six or transphobic there you go. That's my takeaway decision. Adam is not ought websites are all right you so the physicals the people paying money on Patriot on supporter patriotic even just a dollar a month. We'll get you these. He's been goes all seriousness. I knew that they don't update. I'm not a very bad about being all the future but at the same time I haven't heard any hopes win to keep the podcast. Hi Cast R. S. beautifully. It's it really does help so thank you so much fissile. Yep Yep Yep. I thank you so much who lead up legal so we're going to inwood French housewarming and yeah she she came out to she came out to the birthday at the movie nights of it is it transphobic was produced edited and coordinated by Ashley Lauren Rogers the is it transphobic logo was created.

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"r. s." Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"r. s." Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

"They just want to be able to open them to two people that aren't authorized to so you either author well entities that are an authorized to either authorize users or services services through our S. O. R. S. puts locks on files and then based on your role like do I have a role assignment or a right that that allows me to read print. You know things like that. Then you can go ahead and potentially interact with that document right so this is essentially everybody's he's familiar with for media because everybody well. Maybe not everybody but I remember the day when you would want to try to to get music and movies for free and then became a big deal to try to protect those digital rights so you can copy 'em. You couldn't rip them from. DVD's all that you can go download them from your friends because remember itunes used to have to actually sign in and I think some music you still have to it is she had to sign in and it would say yes. You're authorized to play this music is the same thing and this actually came from an on premises service so oh rights management service or are mass has been around for awhile. I can't remember which server version it started with this is where it starts to get really confusing so on premise what was our ms or eighty our active. Directory Rights Management Services Services now.

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"r. s." Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"r. s." Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"I am on. Number two. I took your financial records. Two thousand and sixteen. I am having some trouble with number two with the snowball debt and. I just felt like overwhelmed the national how to tackle it total amount that I have. Ninety five thousand eight hundred I am a teacher. So my take home every month. Kinda stopped take home every month. This what? Sorry. Three thousand eight hundred okay, right? Sorry. Single. What comes out of your check? What comes out of my check is the. Usually it's taxes because the city living in the city that are teaching are the same tax for both of that. Because I'm at Decatur S T R S, and then union fees is what comes out. Okay. I'm sorry. T R S. Yes. So that's a retirement signed afford educators in the state of Ohio. It is required. It's mandatory. As far as I know. I can I believe that it is. I mean, I can always call them to see that something I could stop this. Well, yeah. Stop it. Okay. And how long have you been doing this? This is my fifteenth year, and how much is your union dues? Union dues are like forty seven. I'm actually looking at basic stuff. I'm forty seven fifty a month. Per month. So six hundred dollars a year. Okay. That'd be nice to save ninety five thousand eight hundred and what kind of debt? It is a combination of the following the large, just smartest. Student loans have one credit card. How much? My student loans. If I separate them each no. Total. It is seventy thousand. Okay. What's the other twenty five thousand eight hundred? Okay. Let's see medical student loans..

Decatur S T R S Ohio six hundred dollars