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"richfield" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"Commercial. That i don't want to august the great commercial today shows is not is not sponsored by adt. We're not a big fan of the recording calls him but somehow they're on our show you can out there folks don't use. At and t. Okay here we go. Hippo jersey is very determined to crack down on crime not murders and rapes but anyone who criticizes the governor of new jersey on fox news and that the people who run the attila's jim the owners that jim have refused to stay. Close this here in november. We spoke to the owner in smith. So franken i are currently being fined. Personally governor murphy has has attempted to pierce the llc. He has fined us. Fifteen thousand four hundred ninety seven dollars and seventy six cents per day that day as per day. Yes well the. Jim has not paid those fines. But the state didn't wait around to linda. Kate or adjudicate they just took one hundred and seventy thousand dollars from the bank account because they can do that because they're the state they don't have to ask permission so we asked the state of new jersey about this. They gave us the statement quote the state previously obtained a from the court in the amount of one and thirty four thousand four hundred and sixty three dollars in eight cents which has stayed intended to collect. Apparently the funds were reference. You reference were frozen as a result of bank levy having been issued to the states collection efforts which is part of the enforcement of judicial order. Okay keep in mind that all sounds very legal. If you stop paying your rent. How long does it take you to get from your apartment. Probably new jersey. A year to this happened like that they targeted these people in smith is one of them is the owner of the. Jimmy joins us to in. Thank you for coming on. I'm sorry about this. Thank you for that. Has has the murder rate dramatically declined and so. They took his money out of his bank account. One hundred thousand dollars was just taken out of his bank account. He has no money so and this is a real thing. So i just wanna know for people that are scared right now. But what's going on. I know of two examples one. I can share because it's on fox news and the other one i can't share yet because it's still. I like to double confirm verify that kind of thing but a church has reached out and said that all of the church's money is now frozen. Best going to get worse clay. You know that this is why this is weighty for us right now The federally chartered. Banks and thrifts are now allows provide cryptocurrency according to the office of comptroller. As you can see here on my phone. So what that means is all banks can get into crypto currency and we solve the problem of homelessness conger and health with our crypto currency so when someone loses their money and can't buy food or home. This is where this makes a difference. Works cited about it. So as a coin of compassion. Is you wanna play that first or should we explain what we mean by that what you explain what you mean by that. Okay so basically we whole reason for doing cryptocurrency of compassion is to help people so that has not been done before. The blockchain enables us to take say fifty percent or seventy five percent of the volume of when people by the coin and we will go ahead in applied at two tiny homes. And so we've all homage dc in the business of building. We've already got some tiny homes being built right now. In fact i can show you some of the ones that are out there on the market right on my land. We're building the box containers. You can get those discounts so we have a partner who can build ten to twenty these a month. We're going to take some of the coca cryptocurrency proceeds by the container home and we'll habits of stabilized. You know the is. It's going to be forty forty foot law by by ten by four hundred square feet we can transfer these homes in different various sectors of the nation and then we also are solving the hunger crisis with food the food prices going be coming out with seed and with deliveries of food and on the health side. Our advisory board has doctor group. On it. And dr richard barnett. That we talked about bartlett. I wanting to correct so yeah. We're using these assets to end crisis in his sad. That people can get their money taken like that so we're looking for people who are generous. Also and when they come in and byron coin they asked him to a whole that for six months so that we can take the equity and build out the infrastructure. And in the meantime the coin is going to develop you know value this greater than it is as people go. We build. trust lines. Dave you explain more about how that works up just On a previous issue which is very important. As far as any funds being seized with the blockchain offers is a type of privacy. That really isn't available to the regular user most consi known now whether we like it or not is digital you. We normally using our credit card or debit card. That's digital but we really don't have complete control over the funds in that bank account at any time This perfect example..
"richfield" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Have office locations in Richfield, West Bend, Beaver Dam, Port Washington as well as my Kwan, so I try to be as accessible and is available. It's possible and if none of those options work well, I do offer in house visits as well enough for free Initial consultations with clients. Given the ability to learn more about estate planning, learn more about my practice, learn more about me and my somebody who they want to work with it. That's very important from an attorney client relationship. Have toe like your attorney have toe. Yeah, sure. I wanted to work with that attorney, So I don't put cost is the reason why people may not want to find out if this is something they want to do, And I know attorney Rob, but just generally speaking you here and talk about attorneys first off. There's so many jokes out there on we won't get into them because you're an attorney, and I don't want to offend you. But there's different types of attorneys. I think that's important. You're in a state planning attorney, right? And what I found Paul that the easiest way to explain it. For whatever reason. People understand the field of medicine, but I don't understand the field of law. You know the concept that if I have a heart issue, right if I go to cardiologists, if I have a foot issue, I go to a podiatrist. There are specialties within the field of medicine no differently than there are specialties or emphasis. Embassies. In the field of law. There's some people who are generalists Richard to six. It's just they're like they're our general medical practitioners, family practice physicians, things like that. They're more generally based. But then there are also the specialist that we mentioned before to draw that parallel. I'm more of a specialist focusing my entire team. I practice on a state planning wills trust powers of attorney probate. Things like that. What you said, is interesting it yet I have a fan. I've doctors in our family, and he's going through retirement right now. So he's enjoying his retirement years. But he still helps on and I could say this. It's through Aurora, right, But Web MD has changed everything. The Internet has changed everything. Suddenly everybody's a specialist. Everybody's a doctor or wants to diagnose themselves, and he says, Got nothing wrong with using the Internet to look up some symptoms, but you should really still see a doctor. I will ask you this. The Internet's a wonderful thing, Rob. But when it comes time to law and wills and trusts and and probate, which will get into today you can go on the Internet and get maybe some questions answered. What is it? The source you should really use for these documents? No, I think what you just described is exactly right. It's informative to get a baseline level of knowledge to inform yourself generally as to this particular area of the law, so that when you meet with attorneys, you can kind of speak the language. You can understand what he is. She is saying, But again, the other thing is this is that When it comes to legal documents when it comes to a state planning documents, all the advice in the world that does nothing. You have to implement that advice. Yeah, I always tell my clients as a general rule my practice. I don't charge for advice. Okay? When somebody comes to meet with me and wants to learn about trust wills, powers of attorney I don't charge a fee for that, because the advice in and of itself does nothing. You have to have the actual doctors in place that implement that advice that are legally binding and that are going to hold up in court. If there ever challenged. It goes with the family conversations. I shook my hand with and there they say they'll take care of my estate. That does no good. Nothing You needed signed documents. Exactly Right. You know, they always talk about get everything in writing, Get everything in writing, And that's especially true in the legal field. Verbal agreements are generally unenforceable, particularly when it comes to a state planning issues. They have to have all the formalities. One of the things that I run into, for instance, in my practice, oftentimes is people who will send away for kids. They'll send away for state Plenty. Kids do your own will do your own trust and There's one particular commercial provider, which I won't mention my name. Maybe I should. But I won't that I've had over a dozen clients used that. And guess what? The documents are only binding in the state of California. Well, we don't live in the state of California. So the documents are not binding. Here s Oh, that's probably a fine print somewhere on that document that we never see. That's exactly right. You go on the Internet you go there. You assume it's a It's a valid for. That's exactly because you have no reason to believe it's not a valid form. But again when it comes to things like law when it comes to things like medicine, having a human being who's local? Who you could talk to. To mount ideas off of to run things across to me is invaluable. I realize it's a self serving statement, but it doesn't mean I'm wrong. Well, it's the same with the doctrine and I think that's a perfect analogy. All right. You could maybe diagnosed yourself on the Internet. Really? Are you a doctor? No. Go see your doctor to make sure you get the test, son. I think everybody would agree with that. No different than what you do. You didn't mention about advice, You'd give that free initial consultation. We went over that quickly. I want to remind people you get together with rob me like that. Initial consultation is free. In addition, Rob, you are knocking off for ws and listeners 20%. Off of legal fees. That's right. That's significant. Yep, Just mention that your ws and listener Aziz General rule is the sole practitioner. I typically will ask people who call my practice people living know me how they found out about my firm. But again just please emphasize your ws and listener. I'd be more than happy to afford that 20% discount you mentioned before And as I mentioned this program three PM Saturday's your hometown lawyer will be back on in 2021. We talked about a variety of estate planning issues, and we're going to get into some of the most commonly asked to stay planted questions. I did some homework and research, and I'm sure.
"richfield" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"The Richfield, Minnesota based retailers had third quarter profits rose 33% while sales were up 21%. Sales at stores open at least a year. Rose 23%. It's correspondent Jeremy House reporting. Police blocked protesters and marching in Poland's capitalist demonstrations took place across the country against an attempt to restrict abortion. One point protest participants gathered on a major thoroughfare, causing traffic to back up. Police issued warnings that the demonstration was illegal because it had not been registered ahead of time. It also violated a pandemic related ban on large gatherings. This is town hall dot com. Frances, resuming collection of a special tax on big tech companies like Amazon and Facebook. The move comes despite the threat of more U. S. Retaliatory terrorist on French wines and other goods. The tax brought it about €400 million for the French budget last year, but the government agreed to suspend it this year in the hopes that an international deal on taxing online companies could be reached by the end of the year. No such deal has materialized, notably amid resistance from the Trump administration. So the French finance minister now says France will again levy its tax. But Magna reporting about 1000 protesters gathered outside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's official residence in Jerusalem Saturday night. Pressing ahead with their months long campaign demanding his resignation. Mix of grassroots groups have held weekly protest, saying Netanyahu should step down while he is on trial for corruption and because of his handling of the coronavirus in Israel, or the stories to town hall dot com on Patrick Pause. It's Hollywood. 3 60 on AM 9 73 Answer. Now for the show reflecting on classic radio Hollywood 3 60 with your host, Carl. Um are you lost your magic? They knocked you off your game. You're Carl Nous. What? Right out the window. What's with this, Carl? This It's not even a real word to conjunction proposition. It's a philosophy a way of life. It's your name with miss attached to it. Listen to me. If you would have done what I asked you to come in my dressing room before the show, you're known that you weren't supposed to come out. Out here until I introduced Jack. I tried to get into your dressing room, but I didn't have a nickel on. Understand You're pretty funny is a region comedy is a kind of hobby Blood. Well, actually, it's a little more than just the hot.
"richfield" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Home with start with a fair commission plans and then choose a company that publicly supports business owners property rights and the constitution choose redefined realty all your home selling the the saw mill restaurant pub in Richfield open again for in house dining and with nicer weather finally arriving you can also choose to eat on their expansive covered deck just take the whole election from forty one turn west take the first right just after the railroad tracks the saw mill will be just around the bend on your left welcome to the retirement clinic with your host Jeff Cole wall from the coal wall investment group these retirement specialists except this morning Jeff is not in studio we are joined by Aaron Spitzer and Joe still from the qual investment group good morning guys good morning morning show what I say good morning again because you're you're off now good morning London clear guys great to have you in studio this is live so if we talk retirement related issues and you have a question that pops up we're gonna comment feel free to join us of course the second mortgage talk and text line I'll just throw it out there now any retirement question that you have financial planning your future your nest egg four one four seven nine nine eleven thirty the coal investment group of course does market updates on W. I. B. in Madison where we are also on the air this morning M. W. I. St Milwaukee twice today and you guys are big part of that Erin yes far as the the plants are about to have the the the market reports here yep three o'clock five o'clock you'll hear us live at three o'clock report giving update about what's happening in the market that day how it's affecting your retirement plan and then also again the five o'clock news block on which we give you again a recap of what how the markets finished out that day and again how it's affected your your individual situation yeah we're not going to dissect every thing that happened in the market this week show but boy the days of it doesn't seem like there's one day were the market the Dow finishes thirty points of thirty points down or up it's always seems to be seven hundred up then five hundred out then seven hundred up it's amazing the volatility is amazing right now right it's it's the uncertainty the uncertainty times you know we've we've never gone through anything like this is a country and the economic numbers are ugly right now they're actually not as bad as we originally anticipated that's why the market has come back pretty significantly from the bottom from the very what forty percent down yeah that that we get our own about forty at the bottom the S. and P. was down about thirty four percent fastest move into a bear market in history but then we came right back and you're you're most likely going to see the market you know in a trading range I laugh because Erin Erin gives me a hard time about saying a trading range what's on your easy out what but we're gonna like wing you're cautiously optimistic yeah we're going to bounce back and forth a little bit here based on the numbers that are coming out you know the the this pandemic is going throughout the country and different states are experiencing you know some increases summer coming down and so the market is going to move based on that information and as some of the some of the stats drive me nuts in awhile because that test numbers are way up there testing thousands right of course we're gonna see the cases play when I look at his hospitalizations and I'd hate to say it but death numbers right and you look at the rate and it's just not quite there guys I'm sorry yes the cases are up so the media grabs just says that all the time on the show if it bleeds it leads correct so that's what you're seeing right now and it it does frustrate me too you see the bad news all they're talking about is surging numbers and you're saying you're saying numbers go up in some states with among younger age groups of people that don't show a lot of symptoms that a symptomatic Hey don't don't even know the habit if it weren't for the test right so all of that is very insightful stuff I agree with you a hundred percent on that everybody has their own opinion we're not going to get into call of it but we kind of are and in fact Aaron Spitzer your first story has to do with rotavirus yeah I'm a covert expert no to go to court at the coal investment yeah actually you know when you're talking about the economic numbers before I get into the story it's got interesting as these numbers are all over the place when you look at the you know you're looking at consumer spending retail spending unemployment wages all of that it's it didn't even corporate guidance it's all over the place and what we're seeing more and more of is we're looking further into the numbers and these leading economic indicators trying to get a good idea I'm even traffic that's going through airports I mean they're looking at the TSA numbers to see if there is a a rising now people traveling again so the numbers are getting more and more granular trying to get a better idea on okay what what's actually a good number to look at here to see about economic activity cell phone tracking yeah look at that is the movement of your cell phone yeah in in a lot of these numbers are you know on the upswing in there is more activity which is all good signs but we just don't hear about it so but it is encouraging to see at least in my own personal life things opening things getting back to normal I went out to dinner last night in Cedarburg with my wife and it was just like always you hasn't I I think most people want that to happen I'm not sure of certain powers that be in the media wanted to happen politically driven this is an election year what always happens any election year weird stuff yes and so here we are right well anyways I'll give you guys my a quick update here you know this is did update that came out this week the articles from Barron's titled the iris expands corona virus related relief so back at the end of March we're all aware we had the carriers that come through which gave a lot of help out to businesses and individuals who were affected by cold in nineteen oh really for the most part a lot of people were were given the benefit when we got our our stimulus checks here but what we have here is just to updates one in regards to your required minimum distributions the article talks about the tax agency here is allowing more people who took a required minimum distribution from a defined contribution retirement plan or an IRA to roll the money back into the plan again so if you took a required minimum distribution the current raw rules are allowed you to roll that money back into your plan as long as that distribution was taken between may excuse me February first and may fifteenth so it left out a group of people that may have taken a distribution in January and then it only gave you the route the current role again only gave you until July fifteenth to put that money back into the plan now what they've done is they've expanded that rule gave you a little bit more leeway and on Tuesday the iris gave those who gave the rollover relief to non spouse inherited IRA owners and to those who took our M. dis at any time this year so even if you took your RMD in January he said Hey I don't really need this money I just thought I had to take it out because the government was making me they're not alone you to roll that money back into your plant in there giving you until August thirty first so there give you a little bit more time to to get that done now the other item that they've expanded on was some the rules around taking a corona virus related hardship withdrawal from your retirement accounts okay so in currently or in the past if we rewind let's say just into last year if you took money out of your planning your younger than the age of fifty nine and a half you pay tax and you pay ten percent penalty okay now with the carers act the government said you can take a distribution from your retirement account.
Summit shows you don't have to be a lobbyist or an adult to lobby your state rep
"Experts. Tell us that while changing. Your personal behavior will help. It's going to take policy change to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. So what can you do to help with that? Dozens of Minnesota teens found out at the youth climate justice summit at the state capital this week and our producer. Megan burks tagged along to bring back some tips fifteen year old. Audrey arc win of Saint. Paul says the first thing you need to know about talking to lawmakers is that they're people they're all former teachers they all hold other jobs within their lifetime and they've just decided to run for office They're not scary and most often. They've listened to constituent feedback arc sits on the Minnesota Youth Council which advises legislators and the governor on issues. That young people care about in two thousand seventeen. He went to Germany for a UN climate summit. In last year he helped organize the climate strike that brought thousands of students to the state capital. This is an existential threat to us as a society. We have shown that we are able as youth to bring out so many people to support our cause of climate justice and climate activism. We have been able to persuade. Legislators we have really been the ones that are sparking change inside this government right now. So what's our Quinn's formula for making his case to lawmakers I the most compelling part is always why you care about this issue whether you have family members that are being affected Europe being affected by it yourself. You have children that you WANNA grow up in a world where it's not fundamentally different than the world. You're able to grow up and that always connects to legislators and a really important way and then also making sure there's a clear you wanna say. Will you support this bill? Will you commit to doing something like supporting a cause? That's a big one. Are Quinn says that part? The ask can be tricky. It has to be specific tangible and one of the things that is really helpful is going to our state website many times online. They have built summaries. No one has the time to page through a twenty page bill. That is in language that we don't understand because it's used in the house so by looking for those summaries. I can give you a really great idea about what this does in short amount of time and sort of allow you to gain a position on it. Legislators expecting you to be experts on these things they want to know that you're committed and they wanNA know how it's affecting you and how you want them to act on it. They don't need you to be a policy expert on what exactly needs to change. Because that's their job will welcome everybody to see this formula action followed group of students from St Louis Park Richfield Minneapolis into dfl representative Jamie. Wong's office the Energy Conservation for schools bill and kind of connected to we know that next year there's GonNa be a lot of budget cuts for schools in Minneapolis and worrying about how that's going to affect our concentration so last year. We had funding for solar in schools was in the house. Bill for big Climate spending package got had broad support. Unfortunately we weren't able to get it through the Senate and we wanted to push as a solo bill or not a part of another bill where you could just kind of taken out at the last second. This would be its own separate. Did you hear that? They want representative long to keep the schools proposal. Which has bipartisan support? Out of an omnibus bill that could also include some dealbreakers that keep it from getting past long. Who'd had ten other meetings that morning says? This kind of interaction truly helps. We may care about thirty or forty different issues that we want to try to get something done. But you're not going to be able to get everything done in a particular year or session so we need to prioritize and hearing from folks even folks. We agree with that. This is something that matters a lot right that this is a top priority. That really helps us focus in. If you're feeling inspired get to at the legislative session ends may
"richfield" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"In Richfield thirty five W. cellphone across from eighty six three to eighty second street I don't like we do the doable in the face of the world seemingly impossible problems ally dive right in with what can be done small actions can lead to big impact and touching one person to what I can inspire all do the doable learn more at we are light dot org if I would this news weather forecast the clouds giving way to clear skies tonight seventeen partly cloudy thirty three tomorrow right now twenty seven a cloudy a Jason and Alexis these are based on not necessarily facts so ID like to throw that out there lower okay so okay and a lot of them only have one answer so we'll see what you guys it would only have one answer so we're just dumb it down for you today it's pilgrim bell state where pilgrims settled three two one that's what I was gonna say I promise okay we can get that one okay the name of a pilgrim ship two one Mayflower the native Americans and gave bringing you everything entertainment Jason and Alexis in the morning with producer don on my top one oh seven one it's learning are learning Iraq's here to.
Gloria Wilson Discuss Her Love for Building Things Comes from Growing up Poor
"Attempt to describe what you do but I think you should describe what you do it joy that I get is making something out of something that maybe someone threw away it's funny you say that for for the longest time when I was a younger woodworker more and more woodworkers and in my later years I have really discovered the joy is that part important to you it's it's really important to me our outings were going to the city dump and you pick up something that worked and so I kind of always carried that with me just kind really do some very fine work so how did you get started in wood then as I got older I got a job company and they started to offer a program for women to bad deal so I I took that and I absolutely loved it now we're sitting in Oregon and then moved here in the battleground Richfield so let's talk about the items that you build sometimes I'll see something like I want to show and Packwood and I thought well it also Kinda neat so I'd bring him home in a new dish you know CNC out it's your ideas just kind of just kind of happen and it's like is all that would is so beautiful and and you can't buy that anymore the old for an old plywood ideas are they're always changing it's it's never really the same so I want yeah go ahead and play your website if you want I my dot com do you do you post on Instagram instagram's well and in the creation toy what that means so I really liked that because that's kind of who I am I just I love to make things and it may be I've built a lot of earns for people and aid and just kind of happens do you do a lot of commission work fathers and it was it was hard process because you can you know from start to finish maybe maybe I should use the word not hard but emotional it is very very much you do get that way but the one for a family member Oh yeah let's cue that one that one is so as far as woodworking there's there's so many I mean I've erling engine that's not really woodworking but it's it's in the trade of machining nations in my shop in it was one of the most amazing projects engineers gorgeous yeah it's really that's a very the team but yeah when hi school robotics team and I get a lot of joy out of that the main focus I mean they take time to do a lot of community building
"richfield" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"At the Richfield play house in Richfield Connecticut special tests include Mariana Rivera del strawberry and more tickets at Richfield play house dot or eighty three degrees guys a mostly cloudy and that's what's happening sports fashion top of the hour this is John may go on sports radio one one nine FM and four trillion sixty six WFAN your plugs in place of the New York sports listen to the band anytime anywhere download the radio dot com app in favor those today be of a lecturer Google home just say play WFAN to be locked into the back it is Mike's on francesa on the fan but like he's not on as you know a statue Stansky Kim Jones are given a company for the next three and a half hours right here on the fan eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six in Kim it's a beautiful day in queens we got the Yankees and that's on the field and we're ready for the subway series part two I don't think it's a coincidence that during John Mancos update the clouds parted a bed and the sun came out here at Citi field this is absolutely terrific it's great to be back in a ballpark Alonso's on the field ready to take some B. P. a little while amid Rosario dom.
"richfield" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"There Jennifer Capriati was last one six four six four the score Venus a five time Wimbledon champ and to those winds before golf was born you can join Bernie Williams first confidence softball game for pulmonary fibrosis awareness on July twelfth and thirteenth at the Richfield play house in Richfield Connecticut special clothes again in call Marianna river Darryl strawberry and many more tickets and details at Richfield play house the outdoor eighty four degrees guide to mostly sunny and that's what's happening sports conscious at top of the hour is a charming co on sports radio one one nine FM in sports radio sixty six WFAN flagship station for New York sports listen to the fan anytime anywhere download the radio dot com at favoritos today and if you have a lecture Google home just a play WFAN and you'll be locked into the fire we all feel better the Dallas Kerr call one eight eight eight TT why seven one one or visit the Dallas Kerr dot or on this Monday afternoon it's Kim Jones judges Jersey where for my great here on the fat eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six and we are going to welcome in one of my favorite players of all time he is one of the reasons I root for the New York Knicks in yeah I admit I am a long suffering New York big fan because the days of Patrick Ewing John Starks in this gentleman seem like another lifetime ago we still very well connected in the league unbelievable sit down with bill Simmons Charles Oakley one of my favorites he joins Kim Jones that I hear on a fan Charles can show judges Turkey how are you brother Hey how ya doing shows we're doing fine I wish I was in better spirits when it comes to the New York.
"richfield" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"I think it's almost almost too big of a twist drop on people mecca. So let's get into season three episode seven. I don't know how much we need to do a blow by blow. I think that probably the appeal here is probably talking about the series of the whole, and it's this. I think it's by the way as we're going to do more of these these drips at sevens. I do think in general sometimes the episode is really interesting we're talking and this is a pretty good episode. Like, definitely a pretty indicative. It's pretty indicative of the other episodes where but I do think, especially for shows people don't know. It's probably more useful to just like really deep dive into the show, even though we're when episode right, right? I I don't know how much the plot of season three seven nine the source is going to hold people's attention. But I do think the fact that this show existed, and the type of thing that they would cover on a show. I think is probably a little more palatable this episode entitled hungry for love and involves the story of dinosaur Robbie not superfan Robbie dinosaur Robbie the the older son of the dinosaurs. That he meets a new love interest. Who happens to be the daughter of the mean, bullying boss that URL works for? Yeah. I do love that. When the dad finds out that Robbie is dating his boss's daughter. Just based on you by the last name, which I think is Richfield, right? He all your last names Richfield. Well, that's a coincidence because my boss the worst. Biggest they don't say where's persons than a person like the biggest monster earth? The like. Like, the of evil my boss. Also has that last name he keeps like he clearly knows right away. That's the buses daughter, but they get closer and closer to him realizing. And then the show like she has a picture of her dad on her and he realizes. Yeah. And so that's what the story has to deal with. And then we also get into that potentially nasty reputation that the new girlfriend has at school, and then also the ramifications of gossip and spreading rumors about people..
"richfield" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"So these are are fragments somewhere around one hundred fifty base pairs. So this is one hundred fifty contiguous letters. Of ATC. So I guess to step back a little bit the nucleotides that are shed into your blood that are part of this process of cell death. Sort of have a natural length of around that. So around one hundred fifty two or one hundred forty two hundred eighty base pairs long. And that's just part of that just comes comes about from the way, the DNA is actually packaged, and it just happens to kind of come out that way. And so the sort of raw source of mission that we have consists of effectively millions or billions of of these fragments no longer than say one hundred eighty two two hundred base pairs long when we sequence that they are in principle, totally unrelated. And so what we get as basically raw data that just says. Well, I observed a fragment it has this sequence of nucleotides. I have served this other fragments as other sequence of nuclear ties and so on and so forth. And so you can imagine the raw data is. Is not very useful on its own. Okay. So the raw data is base pair, so DNA has double helix. So you have these pairs of nucleotides basis that are just in sequence. And since you get this blood sample. It's just a bunch of mixed up DNA. And you're sampling that DNA in the sequencing process and each sample is one hundred and fifty base pairs, and then you've got this. Now, you've got this data set of a bunch of one hundred and fifty base pair sub strings of the humans entire genome. And then you can do interesting things with these one hundred and fifty base pair long sub strings like you can do some string matching and probably like kind of figure out. What's going on across the humans entire genome is is that kind of accurate? Yeah. More or less this. There's a lot. So what you get out of the sequencer is definitely imperfect in many ways. And so there's what we call technical noise. And so, you know, the sequence are. Mistakes. It's just part of the technology. It's not it's not can make it perfect. Termination of a particular base. There are all sorts of processes in the wet lab processing that that introduces by sees or errors that can be contamination. There could be non human sequences like viral sequences, for example, that get picked up. And so you know, what you get is. Yes. Most of it will be from the particular human that. You're you're sampling. But there's a lot of lot of noise that after count for. And so the whole field of bind from addicts is basically taking this this raw data vary. Very noisy sort of harder process and voluminous data and making sense of it. And so the the process of by from is again, sort of like taking slick huge bucket of noisy data and ultimately coming out with the termination, saying, oh, you know, you have this particular haplotypes, or this particular variation at this point in the genome. And so that's a sort of Richfield all by itself. And so people listening to this are like checking their watches right now. And wondering when is this going to get into software engineering, and we're almost there?.
"richfield" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"This traffic report is brought to you by the Better Business Bureau right now, I'm before westbound between John Ireland boulevard and fifth straight. We've got a crash over there sold in that area. You might want to pick about going in a different direction. What else do we have for you? I got a stalled vehicle between the Lowery total and roll that's on. I ninety four eastbound lookout for that. Stalled vehicle there. Let's head south and see what we got going down there. No. That looks thirty five W looking pretty good there. We do have a crash on the sixty two between one twenty one of the cross down in Richfield. So look out for a crash in that area. Again, the crosstown and Minnesota one Twenty-one in Richfield the twin cities film fest. It starts on October seventeenth with almost a hundred and thirty films David Arquette, Tom Arnold, Andrew Zimmer and the Polian dynamite himself. John hater. On the red carpet were more twincities film fest. Mytalk dirt alert update, a quick look at what's happening in entertainment so much dirt on mytalk. Well, when you're lady Gaga you've earned the right to decorate your big fancy mansion in. However, you want and hers means having a gigantic photo of her face which hangs in an empty room in her house became from Bradley Cooper, her co-starring stars worn it was a gift and this fifteen foot photo, it's the last frame of the movie that is so sweet and wonderful. That is. What an amazing director. It's gonna win everything you guys, my mom. She says, you're right. It's gonna win everything. As the empty room lady Gaga. She's saving the space for other mementos from that will continue to come in from Storace born. And she's building the movie Bradley Cooper, Stephanie Jeremiah stars. Joined by her her given name Mayans MC, which is on FX is doing quite well already been renewed for season two after only a few episodes debut back on September fourth and its debut was as good as the sons of anarchy debut several years ago right now. So hungry. We missed the sons of anarchy kind of sons of anarchy light writer, you checked out. I know I I'm in. Oh, I'm up. We're in. We can't resist the combination of motorcycle. I'm out. Join the cast of Harriet that is the new bio-pic Veronica leading the life of Harriet Tubman and could Cynthia a revolt who's not becoming a movie star after being a stage door she will play Harriet Tubman. Oh that Finally I mean that will be a great store. Yeah. Jason's raising money for. The Harriet Tubman shelter. Yep. Leslie, Odom, junior junior also from the stage along with Joe Alwyn. Sees Taylor swift. Being clean, and Scott, and Jennifer nettles, I guess this'll be her movie debut. Well, she played Dolly Parton, mom and medical. Yes. Isn't she from sugar new faith with her new face? I saw new face Leslie Lee Daniels Whitney comes they're gonna develop a need to in comedy. This'll be for Amazon that'd be settled a college campus with companies will star in this long. Her character has to reconcile the whole the dollars between different generations of feminism. And the struggle to reconcile, you know, all the things. Me to say love her. Yes..
"richfield" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Bonds from nyc. Colin Kaepernick, I mean, waiting for sneak accompany can make this move. I thought Adidas Puma would have done it. But cap has been signed in nyc this Nike this whole time, and he just didn't know what to do with him. And I applaud them for not reacting to evil and bigotry and not dropping him because of the pressure of the president and other racists, bigots, who once again are using patriotism to disguise their prejudice for black and Brown people that silhouette of cap taking a knee with the afro in the number seven, which is God's number that logo has the potential to one day one day be as big as Jordan, jump, man. That's just my opinion. Now for the past two years people have been making their own cabinet Caparo with that silhouette and caps lightness. So it would be extremely stupid for nyc or any company to leave that kind of money and that kind of support on the table so saluted him, but back to John Richard big and rich John Richfield like the deal is an insult to law enforcement and military, veterans everywhere. Okay. And he he pointed to the incident with cabinet warpath socks feature. During a pig. Dressed up in a police uniform John rich tweeted out, hey, Nike shoes. Make the pig. Socks to match. Right. Come on people will love that. And then he tweeted Dale makes me say now Colin Kaepernick, explain those pig socks before. And he said, and I quote, I wore those socks in the past because the role cops that are allowed to hold positions in police departments. Not only put the community endangered, but also put the cops that have put that have the right intentions endangered by creating an environment of tension and mistrust. So these socks didn't represent all cops. They represent the cops who are abusing their power and taking the lives of a non citizens in this country. Now, John rich wasn't. He tweeted a pick of his band's sound man with the caption just cut tonight Swoosh off the sats. Former marine get ready at nyc multiply that by the millions citizens, my problem it amazes me. There's been almost two years and all these biggest automatic happening kneeling still wanna discuss everything. Except why he took a knee in the first place you here are seeing over and over we are protesting the injustice that black and Brown people face at the hands of the police, but you keep acting like you don't hear us because you don't want to hear us. How are you going to bring up his socks depicting caps in police uniforms, but not acknowledged why he would wear socks you think he's being disrespectful for the sake of being disrespectful now, he's disrespecting the rogue officers bad police officers who are disrespecting us. And then the other deflection. Which is also the most interesting to me that Colin cabinet is disrespecting the military and his veterans by taking a knee for the flag. Even though Colin Kaepernick before protesting. Why do we have to keep telling you this over and over before protests and he sat down with former Seahawks player in green beret net Nate Boyer to discuss the most respectful way to protest in Nate told him to take a knee. All right. A military vet told him the most respectful way to protest taking a knee. If Collin cabinet went to a military vet the figure out the most respectful peaceful way to protests in the military fat. Told him told him to do that. Why do you all keep back in like he is purposely trying to disrespect those in the military when he did his due diligence on how to be respectful, John rich and every other big out there using patriotism, the disguise their prejudice for black and Brown people smack it off, okay because fake patriotic people in this country. Turn a blind eye to the real reason cabinet took a knee the same way, they turn a blind eye the homeless hungry military, vets when they approached their call for some change. Okay. America teachers veterans like traffic, there should be no homeless veterans at you fight for this country. You should your free room and board for the rest of your life. You should never have to pay taxes again, and you should get some type of stipend from check every month, you can pay your bills and keep some food in your stomach. But no, so many veterans do out America off of this country. And all do is getting Nord by the same patriotic patriotic air, quote, same patriotic people who think Colin cabinet is disrespecting the flag. How you care more about the flag. Then you do the actual people who fought for it. I really want John rich of big and rich and all the other racists, bigots out there. Mad that cap. It is deal. I want you to think about this. If you saw the American flag on fire and a black or Brown personnel. File and you had a fire extinguisher, and you can only put out one if you even have to think about which one you would put out and stop acting like caps perceived anti patriotism is the problem because it's not issue prejudice. That's the problem. And Cowan cabinet makes you upset or makes you feel uncomfortable because of the stand that he has taken against police brutality. Then you are part of the problem is well, please give John rich of big and rich the biggest. Yes. Well, thank you for that. Donkey today. Now, let's talk about something else that has a are white co workers in white friends here at the breakfast club. Got there fruit of the looms all invoice this morning last rally. We just had a I had to calm everybody down in the room. It Gotti eat it. Right. They were talking about something very serious. We were talking about Kevin gates kissing his dog. Yes. I do. We have a video clip, Tennessee. Mitch's dog. A dog has a bacteria in his mouth that kill germs adult mouth clean humor. Now, we had I I wasn't even really in on the discussion. I was just listening because they got called nasty by one of our producers anybody that kisses the dog is nasty. Correct. And my gosh, Nick in Dan drama, whose Puerto Rican and white lost their minds. I was like look. Hey, guys, come down you want to get you dogging her mouth fine. Okay. So let's open up the phone lines. Eight hundred five eight five one oh, five one. Do you kiss your dog in the mouth? Do you? See a problem with kissing your dog in the mouth. Now, I have a German shepherd in Belgium, Iowa and things. By the way, that Belgian Molly wa I would definitely I would definitely put that among oh. That sounds whoa. We'll talk goes some sharply. We'll talk about it. When we come back eight hundred five eight five one zero five when do you kiss your dog.
"richfield" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Oh my neighbors gone for the holiday and she has problems with a box elders and she was wondering how it only comes only come out at a certain time and when when the sun is shining on under house at a certain time they come out like crazy she's got them all and she was wondering what to do about that thanks kathy ads so it's the south and west sides of the homes typically were that sunshines and so what she can do is she can spray the interior of the house sprayed around the window frames anywhere with those little critters can breach sometimes they come into the cell boxes from spigots on the outside of the not closed right around the ac lines so you need to have someone come out there figure out where these critters are coming in and do an interior spraying and do next year year's pray at this time of the year kathy most of them want out of the house so those numbers are going to start going down pretty quickly what you wanna do is in august before things take off is get that exterior of the house sprayed well so nothing's getting in richfield good morning mary earned wtmj good morning i just noticed north facing sunnyside patio door training tiny little bugs in clusters should about the size of of sand and there's about four of these clusters and they have anybody little legs and there are moving around really quick i've never seen anything like this before and i was wondering what they were and what i could do if necessary to get rid of them that's a tough one to diagnose just based on size mary on the north side of the house could be a lot of little critters we've got to think the spring tail and they're very small but the tip of a pencil like a mechanical pencil ed i mean very small and they they are basically a moisture driven critter but again for us to give us a chance to take a look at it and either take a picture and pictures are tough but if you can send a sampling we can diagnose set and tell you exactly what you need to know so how does mary get a hold of you guys sit basler so mary you can give us a call anytime at two six two seven nine seven four one six zero and folks that are close enough to the office can just stop by and meet some of our customer service representatives and you can stop at one six nine four.
"richfield" Discussed on WGTK
"Of that big giant price tag getting through i think this one's dad he brought it up in richfield ohio today near cleveland and he has some union people there and people involved with highways and engineers you know and it in an appeals well but it's not gonna go anywhere i think one of the first mistakes that he made on this was he should have done it right out of the box when he got elected you know it's a great bill this is one of those bills that it's a hold hands you know i've been through two of them everybody loves the bill unfortunately a lot of things have changed and he's just not going to get traction on this one unfortunately it's going to have to happen because of our crumbling infrastructure it's just seriously not in the cards right now and i think that's unfortunate for the country remember obama when he was president went to ohio in twenty eleven same thing he wanted this massive infrastructure plan that they were calling an economic stimulus sort of part two and that never did anything either that didn't go anywhere so strange like you said when i was there within a six year cycle we would do these massive bills never had a problem now people in the white house andy card for example that was chief of staff for george bush he didn't want the bill and he used to fight us on it but we've actually said here and of course president bush vetoed the bill but a great piece legislation but you're right right just in recent history it just doesn't make it but it will have to happen sometime at least in the next three or four years one other thing unfortunately kate because they don't do these bills none of the states where locals can do infrastructure planning because you know you have to have a lot of lead time on these wants to projects are approved absolutely it's like a revolving door when it comes to working at the white house and now you got the veterans affairs situation a navy doctor no experience that kind of thing with as far as the federal bureaucracy which is a mountain especially as you know in that position it's so crazy so you've got this rear admiral ronnie jackson and you got veteran groups who are really not happy they're complaining saying he doesn't have the right.
Pakistan, President and Cleveland discussed on Washington Today
"Twelve thousand last week to two hundred fifteen thousand its lowest level in forty five years and two thousand fourteen nobel peace prizewinner malala yousafzai return today to her native pakistan for the first time since she was shot there in two thousand twelve by militants in the swat region angered at her championing of education for girls president donald trump today headed to richfield ohio south of cleveland to speak with union trainees and tout his infrastructure plan in wide ranging remarks on a number of topics the president address yesterday sudden firing of veterans administration secretary david schulkin saying he wasn't happy with the speed of how vets were being taken care of we're going to have real choice that's why i made some changes because i wasn't happy with the speed with which our veterans were taken care of i wasn't happy with and we made a lot of progress the accountability act for years ever trying to get it for decades every tried to get v a accountability when somebody does a bad job in the veterans administration they couldn't do anything about it they were protected you could do anything they had status that treated our vets horribly horribly worse than a movie they had people that wouldn't work you couldn't do anything i had passed the va accountability accountable the accountability at a now when they're bad to our vets or when they're not working for our vets we say a gym you fire get outta here jim get out get out that was a big deal that was a big deal no accountability we got that passed nobody talks about it they don't talk about it they don't want to talk about but i'm doing that for the vets and we made changes because we want them taking care of we want them to have choice so that they can run to a private doctor and take care of it and it's gonna get done.
"richfield" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Infrastructure at richfield ohio but he also talked about delaying the trade agreement reached this week with south korea until there's a deal on north korea's nuclear program i may hold it up till after a deal is made with north korea does everybody understand that you know why you know why because it's a very strong card there are signs that north korea may be willing to discuss its nuclear weapons program at a summit ivan watson reports from seoul south korea the diplomats are hinting at that and no news about nukes on north korean media may be good news we have not seen any mention of it whatsoever yet in the north korean state media and in the past north korea has said this is a non starter it will never negotiate about its nuclear weapons mr trump remaining far away from reporters so no questions about the ongoing legal battle with porn star stormy daniels today california judge tossed out her motion to depose the president and the hush money case but her lawyer michael avenue says it will be easy to refile there's language in this order that i am very very pleased with because the court appears to agree with our assessment of the law russia is retaliating against the us saying it will close down the us consulate in saint petersburg and we'll expel about sixty us diplomats the us and european allies expel dozens of russians in response to the nerve agent attack on an ex by and his daughter in great britain the vatican is dismissing a report that pope francis denied the existence of hell in an interview with an italian journalist the vatican says that reported comment is not accurate in sacramento california the funeral for twenty two year old stuff on clark shot by police is.
"richfield" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Noon am 970 the answer hey debbie do heym is out there 751 happy friday debbie rowe day yeah ready for some fathers again let's see what's happening right now joe the status they parkway eastbound getting outer central lavender valleys train accident blocking several lanes over there it out there for quite a while from type an investigation going on around the seven changing delays witness sake don't problems also heavy it'd be taking over to the huge rain delays up town listen i think happens there as well let's go over to the hudson river rivercrossing still twenty and at the g devil you the lincoln tunnel 15 to 20 highlights still about 25 eight east exit sixty eight getting out tortilla teaneck and richfield harken accident just be fair garden state parkway heart at one thirty eight hitting reports of an accident traffic is slowing down for you on the southbound new york state's her way 14th down for the tap and theme graduate son flare let's take it over to the sprains out of one hundred see ongoing construction across county east found at north eleven savon to mount vernon accident just cleared away nine eight hitting kantor the area i asked for it adam doubts ferry watch often african voter main you now know where it after gallon teddy do heym am 970 the answer w i have a date alone maybe the 25th science i'm gonna be a wave tom baby the deal sorry sorry eat take my we have to fight date that works for both of us so maybe the first monday at a cellular goes the related oldbury cost we are we gotta go where go to harrys you let me go i told her second you're all my friends i have no time that i i love you wwe right there at the debbie she's a dear friend a glorious glory the human beings surely is not the bids a talented a beautiful ray so i said her via email a gift of harry's dot com she when harry they're gone so she got the harry's razors i keep telling you about shave their legs paul the rest is history it say.
"richfield" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The theft of an suv it was stolen from a home in the village of richfield early tuesday morning the suv was recovered in milwaukee where the arrests were made it was believed that some of the suspects committed the burglary to the rich field residents where the vehicle was stolen officials say the burglary happened shortly before twelve thirty a m at home and richfield the sheriff's office received a nine one one call after the victim's a sixty one year old and fifty a eight year old couple herded noise inside their home and subsequently confronted one of the suspects in an interior doorway of the home okay so this this is a home invasion is what's going on it you know late at night it's a little scary makes you kind of nervous something like this would happen here a neighbor said the homeowner chased the subject out of the house and discovered that his suv was missing i do have a bad habit of leaving might do car doors unlock with the garage door opener that's going to change the neighbor set a this is troubling in that the second type of incident like this in the last three weeks in the village of richfield washington county sheriff says he said the deputies responded to a burglary at her home miles away last month in that case the suspects didn't take the vehicle but they believes they did arrive at the home in a stolen car then he says um what they're seeing is people coming out um stealing cars to use in other crimes and then abandoning them and now they're they're looking to this wigan how does this tie back into milwaukee well okay the people that were arrested in connection with this um again they're from her from milwaukee um the suspects were arrested in milwaukee um that's where the suv was cut recovered so this is another one of these stories were woodard appears is happening is that just like idle though when you have a he spill and yes it initially it starts in the one area and then it kind of spreads out out what we are starting to see is the out of control crime in the city of milwaukee is now spreading to the suburbs i had a story that i've damn gotten around talking about but how shorewood which you think of think of.
"richfield" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Good morning grant how are you hi i i agree with her cooler people arguable goes on oh okay a couple of the real crop of obamacare awesome what we grew recorded reco five hundred reichbauer automotive appropriate the proper way of coterie though if i'm and this is the fundamental problem here is that when you have that large of a government subsidy you have essentially healthy people every person in a country paying for a relatively small minority of people who are using a tremendous amount of services and this is a model that we have seen under obamacare that simply can't work because what's happening is the cost on everybody whether or not they have a pre existing condition is rising dramatically and what were essentially arguing for on the left here is socialized medicine that there should be just a single payer that pair should be government what the problem there is of course somebody always pays this idea that somehow you're not going to pay is a myth you're either paying for it in your premiums in your deductibles and your co pays or you're paying it with a subsequent increase on taxation garrett in richfield garrett you're on w i assent in love the show whatever they would allow thank you garrett i appreciate that i by way for me to the lincoln i want to marry her know.