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"rick walk" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

05:57 min | 2 months ago

"rick walk" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"Him. What makes saloon keeper. So snobbish suits you told them on the second largest banking house in amsterdam. The second largest wouldn't impress rick. The leading banker in amsterdam is now the pastry chef in our kitchen. Stop big look forward to and his father. Is the bellboy. Kara laughs. the overseer walks up to the table with a prop with a paper in his hand. Then we see drink in a man's hand but nothing more the overseer places a check on the table the hand picks up the check and writes on it in pencil. Okay rick the overseer takes the check. We now see rick sitting at a table alone playing solitary chess records. In american of indeterminate age. There was no expression on his face. complete deadpan. There is a commotion at the door as people attempt to come into the gambling room. He nods approval to dual then. A german appears in the doorway. Abdul looks to rick glances back towards the open door and nods. No abdulah starts to close the door on the man. I'm sorry sir. This is a private room. All the nerve. Who do you think. I know this gambling in the. There's no secret you dare not keep me out of. The man tries to push his way through the door. As rick walks up. Yes what's trouble. Gentlemen germany waves card. I've been in every gambling room between honolulu at berlin. If you think. I'm going to be kept saloon like this very mistaken at this moment or gate. A small thin man with nervous hair with nervous air tries to squeeze through the doorway blocked by the german. If he were an american or gateway rick looks at the german calmly. Takes the card out of his hand and tears it up at the bar. But do you know who i am. I do look at the bars open to that. Rangers reported the germany store. The german storms off tossing the pieces of his car into the air behind him. Pete meets urge gate on his way back to his table. High you know. What are you watching. Just now with the deutsche's bank one would think you've been doing this. All your life have nothing but when you first came to casablanca. I thought you thought what what did i do. I have to think Gate pulls out a chair at rick stable. May i too bad those two german carriers wasn't it got a lucky break yesterday. They were just two german clerks today. They're the honored dead. You ought vati thin bench. The if you give me for saying so. I forgive you. A waiter comes up to the table with a tray of drinks. He plays his one before our gate. Thank you will. You have drink with me please. i forgot forgot. you never drink. We'd.

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"rick walk" Discussed on Electrum Radio

Electrum Radio

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"rick walk" Discussed on Electrum Radio

"He went with the cats got claws. I can throw it at your face and get away okay. Now he's throwing the cat and bride and use it as a kind of a character made cat to put Cadillac nine tails. I'm surprised I didn't know those cats that fuck I should call Duffy Portland right now and ask her that question. You Know Rick. Walk this cat. Walking up really did change. My thoughts on it is not as good as that guy's hat right there right. Well choose ROB YOU WANNA jumping on that. Choose the cat over the hat hat the one in the back earlier. I got him on. I think it's how it's being Dan's in how it's being utilized right now. That's the whole thing and we could see. I mean we can actually see every customer walking through. It has sort of mixing Two different two different things. That shouldn't be together totally Golfing had in kind of a Frisbee golf for regular well a Frisbee golf hat. I like it but A little more tweet. A tweet Frisbee golf hat ally to saw but it was. It was been worn. Really really weird. It was a kitten play mixed. Rob Rob's got breaking news. What time did the show closed? Ten o'clock hold on this asked. Robert.

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"rick walk" Discussed on Monogam-ish

Monogam-ish

11:24 min | 1 year ago

"rick walk" Discussed on Monogam-ish

"Massive swing arouse party. Wow I us anywhere from one fifty to three hundred and fifty people in our house but I want to take just a little break here just to say that this is how we met is because I feel it's really important I want you to consent. Continue on How you decided to start them because you were one of the Premier House parties to happen in our area and I love that. Because you're so bold in such a trendsetter in that way I do I do. I truly believe that. So you had a home here in Denver because this is the first that I've I'm hearing about the whole thing's going to paint the picture for us. How did you start the House party scene? I've always loved throwing parties. I've thrown parties since I was in my teens and I just. That's kind of my little niche. I love it and when we started going to house parties I kind of started noticing things out. I felt were missing from other parties. I think would be enjoyable for people as he says. I know what women want women kind of run the lifestyle and I knew how to make women feel extremely comfortable in my house. Yeah wow so. What are your tips your pointers? What did you do? Lighting is huge. You want sexy lighting in your house. You want the music out a certain level. You don't want the hip hop crap. You want kind of Nice jazzy. Silky music foods. I'm like really picky when I do. My spread of foods like you stay away from certain things garlic exactly. Nobody wants to. Nobody wants to taste. That ain't nobody right and just like the different toiletries. I would put in the bathrooms. Having you know all the different sheets different size towels around just everything even just down to the way I decorate my house in general like my house is just. It's not like you walk in and it's Rick Walk Looking into a book. Your it's comfortable it's lived in. It's like you can walk in and feel comfortable going to the fridge and grabbing something out like not. Oh should we? Should we not do this? You sit down on the couch. Kick your feet up on the coffee table. Well now I think a lot of couples like you know we talk about all the old the original kind of parties and they were much smaller scale and I really do believe that you guys brought house parties to a much bigger level. Three hundred and fifty people at a House party that I know. Have you ever been to one of their knowing they have high got so good anyways they but one of the things that you do? Is You always do? It's very comfortable. So it's extra sheets extra tousands so there's a lot of rules within house parties if somebody's hosting you it's not like three or four couples coming together and hanging out. I mean this is full on where there's extra mattresses there's extra sheets is that tells us there's extra condoms laying around everywhere and that's a really important thing to create a very sexy environment. So how did you find? How did you decide well going into the other ones? Always have the private rooms of group play areas. And I'm like I WANNA do something a little different so our houses three levels so I wanted them in level to be just the lounge like any other house party would ever go to everybody. Hangs out has fun as comfortable pretty much. Everybody stays fully clothed during that area are upstairs was a little bit more of intimate quieter area. We had one open area where people can play and then the private rooms which I want a different private rooms to have different fills so we had the mirror room that has the Mir's everywhere and then our signature colors pink because my hair is usually pay and so the pink room where everything all the accents were all pink and pink is known to be a very. What's the word sexually charged? It is color so hence our lovely lips behind care had to shoot our our logo. There I mean and how race meant was just Party area like that was for people to just wanted to let loose have fun. Go crazy wow so you really put a lot of thought into this a dead because I wanted every group of people that came in. Have a safe place to me. And if they wanted to vendor around they could but they could still always go to wear safe place. There's always the aspect too. I think we valued this was that we have always been people people like. We love people we. We love all walks of life. We don't have a click right. We're all over the board. We just like being part of people's lives so this the House party was great that we met so many different people from so many walks of life and we would have to say like one of the last parties we through because we ended up by bringing it to a close 'cause life but We had a couple that said they would watch the door and check everybody in for us because that was our job to check everybody and say hi to everybody walked in the door and we thought that was going be great because we could have fun and mingle and we lost so disappointed by the end of the night because there was something about like seen everybody who walked into our house greeting them hugging them saying hi to them. Meaning that was that was. I think we've been told that a lot like just every time we came to Your House. We felt accepted and comfortable and welcomed. And because you are like wow you appreciate it. Everybody that showed up right. Switch gears a little bit. If that's okay is I wanNA talk about I mean? I don't think anybody should throw house parties. I don't think that that's that's I think there's a lot of level of trust and a lot of reputation that happens but I want to know is where you guys really opening lifestyle before or after he started doing that. Did that. Expand your world after we were. I think I think we. I don't know if we were soft soft at the time we started doing. Parties were falsely. Did go up. But I think we were still little secretive and it wasn't until the house parties when we really started embedding our entire lives into it and to the point like we are now where we don't have like vanilla life. We don't have enough friends. All our best friends are in the lifestyle Base Book We call. It cast book because all we're completely open about everything. Which is there's no way we can go back to that life of just not talking about things that's all we know right and being open and not having to hide right. How did you guys decide to become more open? We just kept embedding ourselves. More and more and more into the community and the more parties that we went to the more people that we were meeting more comfortable we were. We started going out to dinner with these people and just doing things that you would do with your everyday friends. It didn't always have to be sexually charged right incidences. So you started having more vanilla time with your monogamous trends so okay and so you're you have children correct. Yes and so from day one. They were immersed into this. Or how did you educate them well? Our son had already kind of moved out. He moved back in a little bit later on when we first got into. We actually had a foreign exchange student from Brazil so that was kind of interesting We didn't really tell the kids like what we were doing. They knew we went to a sexy parties. And we like to dress up and that kind of stuff. We didn't tell them exactly what it was where they've been sexually open in our house but you know it's we felt like it wasn't something we need to tell them if they asked us we never lie to our children so when the topic finally did come up. Our Son is now twenty five. When it came up he was like okay. That's okay that's for you. That's not for me right but it was never any feelings or Oh my God that's disgusting Ness about it. Our daughters now eighteen when she was sixteen she finally called us out because she knew from day one. Yeah I'm pretty sure smart girl. They just because you live in this lifestyle and you guys have been very open if your children choose to beam Jerry monogamous right now and they totally admit that and but they have no problems with us. Yeah which is Great. Because we I always say we love monogamy ready in a choice and I think that's really important point to make it is it's really about embracing whatever works for you and your partner well and it helps. I think my children to no communication is the biggest thing between you and your partner exactly and when you learn to communicate like that you are more sexually happy because you're getting fulfilled exact and for us. We wanted more excitement in. This is a way to fulfill it like. I.

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September Jobs Report

Squawk Pod

04:56 min | 1 year ago

September Jobs Report

"It's the first Friday the of the month jobs Friday. When the Labor Department releases the number of American jobs lost or created the month before as well as the latest unemployment number jobs. Friday is always weighs on Friday and it's always at eight thirty. AM So on Squawk box. It's pretty much always free. There are a lot of voices in this conversation including our economics reporter. Steve Liebmann plus all of noisy traders behind our reporter. Rick Santelli who joins the team from the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Andrew will walk you through the rest of our panel joining us now Halston Goolsbee in the Windy City University of Chicago Booth School of business professor and former council of Economic Advisers who's chairman. It's great to see you my friend. Kate Moore's here strategist at blackrock. Dave macintoshes joining US President of the club for Growth and a former US congressman. It's great to have everybody here. Let's get to Diana like she has. The numbers one hundred thirty six thousand nonfarm payrolls increased by one hundred thirty six thousand in September. The unemployment rate fell to three point five percent down from three point seven percent. That is the lowest level since nineteen sixty nine Diana thank you we're going to talk about all of this with some reaction from our jobs panel right now kate. Let's start with you. We never put anybody on the spot with saying exactly what that number was going to be but you were looking for a strong number and this is this really solid number the number. I was going to give one fifty nine with some downside. I feel like one thirty. Six is a healthy number especially because you saw the good healthcare number we expect expected little weakness in manufacturing retail. I think that's kind of par for the course of where we are in the cycle so I feel really good about this especially in light of what we had earlier this week in terms of 'em so so I think equities will do well to balance of the day. Hey Steve. You've had a minute to dig through some of that. What jumps out to you is the most important parts in this report are just trying to see the last night we had to be and a half percent unemployment rate and it looks like you gotta go back to nineteen sixty nine for one look. Here's the problem and we sorta flagged this problem back. in August as at August is very typically typically revised higher so the slowdown we thought we had in August at one hundred and thirty which we thought was hey. We're coming down to the place where we think we ought to be. That was your vice one sixty eight yeah and I think those are good. I think that tells us that. We're doing a little bit better than we thought we were doing. Retail has lots of problems down eleven thousand and then down on six thousand. We have to watch that sector. There's a huge transformation as you know happening over there. Look there's two scenarios that we're watching for here. Scenario number one is is a sort of expected slowdown as the crazy two hundred plus job gains of last year. Come back down to normal if we can settle in call it a one on twenty five to one fifty range that would be good and we're worried about the weakness going down below one hundred thousand. I think the idea that that we're now in zone own where it looks okay. It's pretty comfortable. It's not great but it's not terribly week. I called a win. Hey Rick Walk us through the market reaction to me. The biggest news without a doubt is that the markets looked at it as good news stocks and treasury yields but it's really a bad report in not for the jobsite wages this this is terrible unchanged month over month under three percent two point nine on a year over. Excuse me month over month year over year basis this these are good numbers. It's all about the money I stand. What do you think of this report. You know this kind of a mealy peach of a report. We're we're a little under what what what the forecast was okay like. Steve said it's it's okay but it's not it's definitely not Great Austin though you're looking at the wage issue decelerating eating not accelerating. How important is that to you. I think it's pretty important now that wages are steady after we've had several months where where they were growing. Hopefully this is a blip but I mean I'm telling you the thing driving this whole thing is that the GDP growth rate is slowing down and and a lot of the forecasters are now saying that they expect a one handle for the rest of the year if we get GDP growth falling down into the ones. I think the jobs odds numbers are GonNa fall apart and the ways numbers are going to fall apart dave when he think growth expectations for the rest of the year what are yours continued to be strong in the two to two and a half percent a from a political standpoint. This is very good news. The fact that the unemployment rate is an historic low. That's what most people around the country look at and the job. The creation rate is averaging now at one sixty three hundred sixty thousand a month when you compare that to pre trump the the Obama era at one oh nine that's very good news that he can take to the public and say we're. GonNa continue to grow the economy create jobs and the wage. It's a slight downward trend trend in the direction but it's still a positive increase rather than decrease in average wages

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"rick walk" Discussed on Kingpins

Kingpins

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"rick walk" Discussed on Kingpins

"Cocaine to undercover. DEA agents. Those two kilos sent to d- away for thirty five years with tutti gone. Rick was. At the top of his game. Heading into nineteen Eighty-four. Rick was moving fifty to a hundred kilos of cocaine a week through dozens of crack houses around the city, there may have been other small dealers pushing cocaine and crack but with Rick's connections and the quality of his supply. He had the vast majority of the city smoking out of the palm of his hand. We're claims that his leadership came about his happenstance, people just seem to flock to him even Rick's partner. Ali, Newell knew that Rick's position was above him. Part of it was that Rick never touched his own product. He never got high. He never got drunk. He was all business and every day was a hustle. He continued to climb with each passing day, as kingpin of Los Angeles. It was only a matter of time before Rick caught the eye of some important people as it turns out, he had been observed for some time by one person in. Particular and he was ready to meet Rick face to face. One day in nineteen eighty four Henry Corrales met up with Rick and told him to come with him for a ride as Rick walked towards Henry's car. He noticed a familiar face sitting in the front seat Rick had seen him during his deals with Henry, but the two never really spoke to one another all, Rick ever received was a simple nod or hand wave. When Rick got into the car. The third man finally introduced himself he was Oscar Danilo blend dome, a Nicaraguan drug supplier with cocaine connections in Colombia, Mexico and Nicaragua. He wanted to become Rick's main source, he promised to help make him a kingpin outside of Los Angeles all across the United States. Rick liked the way bland on talked. But little did he know, landowners, ties went far deeper, than the drug underworld by shaking hands. With bland on. He was making a deal with the devil. Thanks again for listening to kingpins next week, will explore how Rick Ross's meeting and relationship with an ill OBE lend dome, would ultimately lead to his downfall, and imprisonment, you can find more episodes of kingpins as well as all of our casts other podcasts on apple.

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"rick walk" Discussed on Espionage

Espionage

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"rick walk" Discussed on Espionage

"But this one was very different from the last, he wasn't playing a trick on the KGB. He was handing over the lives of at least eleven actual Soviet double agents, working for the US, many of them would be executed a few would get away with life sentences in the gulag. But as Rick walked into the restaurant swinging his shopping, bag, he didn't think much about those lives, he never really would to Rick. These agents were all playing the same high stakes game that he was a game of betrayal and of consequences. What was most salient to Rick as guzzled back drinks and bantered with tha Volkan was that he was really delivering himself to his new Soviet masters at the top of his stack of dossiers was a note that read. I'd like to continue this relationship. The KGB was now responsible for Rick's fate for taking care of him with both money and protection from the CIA. He was a valuable source worth protecting. But the KGB had priorities that superseded even their most valuable spies, eventually Rick would realize that and wish he'd done things differently, but he'd made his choice. There was no turning back. To Vakhin walked out of the lunch with the six pounds stack of documents Rick had walked in with Rick. Meanwhile, woke up the next morning to a CIA in crisis mode, the very same day. He had lunch which Avakian, the KGB arrested a CIA agent in Moscow, the agent handled a Soviet scientists who had been passing invaluable technological information onto the CIA in someone had betrayed him. The CIA knew they must have a leak, but they had no idea where this agent wasn't among the names, Rick given up. He knew as little about what was going on as anyone else. But the CIA was on the hunt for a mole and Rick knew he'd get swept up in the search. It wasn't until August. The CIA got their first break on August. First nineteen eighty five KGB. Colonel. Sergei of it's your chanko walked in the US embassy in Rome, and defected to the United States. He was the highest ranking KGB officer ever to do. So this was a major coup for the CIA the information they could pull from your chanko about KGB spies, plans and tactics would be invaluable, and your tank owes I brief interview in Rome, finally gave them the information they needed to pin down there, mole or one of their moles. Rick back in Washington didn't know any of this, but he was about to find out as your chanko boarded a plane on route to Washington Rick's boss called him up. Stairs, Burton Gerber. Head of the CIA Soviet division, explained to Rick that your chanko was incoming he'd already revealed crucial information. In that pointed straight at a CIA mole. Rick.

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"rick walk" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"rick walk" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Studio, just witnessed something, very strange tempers here, he has written a book called every cub ever about every player that's ever played for the Chicago Cubs any handed a copy to you, Wendy and upon touching. This book, smoke and fire started to come out of your hands and the book. All right. First of all, that's Rick's joke. Thank you. Is here and the book in question is every cub ever Rick walked in and bills like this is amazing? It's and I didn't have a chance to say it. Rick said, you know, Bill, here's a copy Bill says I already have one Wendy, would you? Well, it'll probably boy, what did you say? It'll it'll burn in your head. And it did. I gotta tell you like throwing a holy water on a vampire. Fan. I- voi-. I was in it one. The cubs won the World Series, I had turned around a little bit. And so I will say now to a cub fan out there. This is the best book ever, you know, I was inspired during that season by bills parody song of Jake area. Thank you. If you get that somewhere, they changed her life. Over the years, it made me want to write this book. I'm glad some good came on lifelong. Cubs fan. I am. I since nineteen sixty eight I went to my first game with my uncle Manny lived on Lakewood, you know, like three blocks away from Wrigley field. And, you know, it's been a lifelong love hate of fair. And here it is. It's a handed this book into my co publisher Dave. And he said to me, this is about every cub ever. Yes. Yes. He said, have you ever kissed a girl? Mistake, you took me ten years time to kiss him girls between how much you I should grin. Here's the duty of this. So every every as as the title would imply everyone who's ever put on a uniform and everyone taking to the field. There are all featured in this book, and then you have, sometimes, it's just a paragraph because it's a guy that was only on for a couple of games or something like that. But then sometimes you get a really deep rich story about everything about that guy. Yeah. I was looking for stories as opposed to stat because didn't get in a book, you know, baseball reference online, you can see all the stats. Yeah. But the stories behind these guys, intrigued me and it was the guys that have played like one inning in one game. You know, like the moonlight Graham in field of dreams. There's tons of stories like that. Yeah. Cubs history. Yeah, wait. Let's first second, this fabulous song that, it's an inspired one, Rick camphor. Oh area. Jacob. The he's my favorite cub. Almost pitched.

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"rick walk" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:54 min | 2 years ago

"rick walk" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Description, followed by my question. My son will be getting married next fall. He'll be twenty two years old at the time. He has spent the last few years going to school and getting a good job he saving, and we'll live at home until he makes that big step on his own. My question is based on the fact that he's lived at home, and then going to school all this time. How does he build some good credit in his own name? We have a year to try and help him out. And I was just wondering what I could do to help him in that process. Thanks, Rick walk. Congratulations to your son and best wishes to his bride. The number one thing to do is to go. Get a loan. The easiest is credit card in his name only and to use the credit card and to make the payment. But here's the weird thing. Don't make one hundred percent. Repayment every month? Because that means you're not paying any interest on the loan. You wanna borrow money and show that you are able to repay the money over time. So for a couple of months just make the regular minimum payment. Make sure the payment is made on time. No late and no bounce checks. And then after several months repaid in full build up credit record demonstrate you have the capability of borrowing money. So that you can prove that you are honorable, and you will repay it on time as scheduled go to a Bank and get a personal loan in his name only not signed with you dad, but in his name only get a thousand dollar loan at the Bank and for one year, and then make the payments every month as scheduled and by doing this go by car, and so by making the loan payments on time as scheduled never missing a payment. Never bouncing chat never being late. That is how you build a credit record. And it takes time to do this. Yes. But remember that anything you do wrong. If you're ever late. If you ever check if you ever miss a payment. Those dings will stay on this credit record for seven years. And by the way, dad, go talk to your daughter in law to be and checkout her credit record because your son marrying her will inherit her credit record. And that could hurt ability to buy a house as a newly married couple. I'm RIC Edelman, this is the truth about money. Triple eight plan RIC. Here's an amazing statistic from the United Nations forty percent four zero forty percent. Nearly half of all births in the United States now occur outside of wedlock. Forty percent of all the babies born in America or born to moms who are not married to the dads, by the way that number forty percent in nineteen seventy it was ten percent. This is a massive change in American society. And I want to ask you about the implications on estate planning, what are the legal rights and responsibilities? What are you doing about properly naming errors because when you are married, you have certain automatic rights under tax law and other federal statutes, but when there is no marriage certificate, many of those rights don't exist. So you need to make sure if you're giving birth to a child to who's other parent, you are not married you need to make sure you're talking with an estate attorney for the protection of yourself. Your partner and most importantly the child. We're taking telephone calls here on the Rick Edelman show had not the Dana point, California. Bob, you're on the air. How you doing? My question is actually on market neutral funds. My wife, and I are retired. We're in our sixties. I'm a little I would say I would say not nervous, but just concerned about preserving my what I've accumulated, and I started researching these so-called market neutral funds for, you know, a portion of my portfolio, I'd say, and I guess I just wanted to know what your take is on them. Yeah. I appreciate the question. Bob, the whole name is indicative of a sales pitch. It clearly is titled in a way to appeal to someone who is afraid of losing money in the market, and therefore they pronounce themselves as market neutral, what on earth is that supposed to mean in the first place a market neutral fund is by it sells pitch suggesting that they're going to generate a neutrality meaning that if. The market goes down. They're not going to suffer losses. It's going to be neutral. That's a that's a sales pitch. No one has ever been able to really deliver on that kind of a promise. And there's no reason to expect that they're going to be able to deliver on it in the future. So rather than trying to choose a sales pitch that is so called market neutral. Well, we would simply opt for instead is diversification. In other words, don't put all of your money into stocks have some of your money there to give you some opportunity to keep pace with the cost of living. But don't put all of your money there. Instead have some of your money in bonds. And yeah, have some of your money under the mattress, you know, having some of your money in cash does make perfect sense. We don't have all of our money in any one place, but having a little bit of our money in lots of places make sense. So not just stocks, but also bonds and foreign securities and government securities and oil and gas and real estate and exponential technologies and on and on and on so. That is what we have found to be the best approach or effect. Let me phrase it another way. It's not the best approach. It's the least worst approach because what we have really found. It's kind of like democracy, right? The worst political system ever devised except for all the others. And it's similar to the same thing. We don't know what is the best way to invest. So we choose the least worst which is not making big bets. So if you'll simply place a little bit of your money in a large array of investment opportunities, you can help insulate yourself from losing a lot of money at any one time in any one asset class because you don't have all of your money in any one class. So does that make sense for you? Yeah. Totally makes sense. And, you know, thank you for talking to me out of it. Because it didn't make sense to me many time you come upon other similar kinds of questions. Just give us a call happy to help. Thanks so much. You're very welcome. That's Bob from Dana point, California here on the Rick Edelman show, you can do it. He did call us a triple eight plan. Ric you doing some analysis on mutual funds or you're looking at investment opportunities..

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"rick walk" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"rick walk" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Area say that's all don't defensive listen in the history of this program only one of the person has ever hosted this show right this is where we're going with this trust me history of this program only one of the persons hosted the show that is the man and in my opinion lemme he's the only person who should host his show we have never done the the rick's pics we've never done anything together come on in studio my man let's do this what let's go let's do it no let's go but how i can't control the rest this has been accounted for carry over there is going to do it come in studio let's do this one last time all right here we go here comes new york rick walking in and this is a dublin shirt thank you pt in studio we have an in studio guest book for today but guess what we do now getting mic'd up we're gonna do rick's pics in studio mono mono face to face we have never been in the same room dating back to the days of espy nation on thirty four street dating back to the days when we were in a tiny little meat locker what was that thing it was like a makeshift little thing unbelievable but now we will do it face the face studio here look at this guy tight jersey i told the i told the committee that i felt like a sausage like yes i'm coming out of the casing it's actually i have to say it's not that bad it's not that bad you know had the kid and.

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"rick walk" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"rick walk" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Exactly i want him to die you know what same thing i'm glad he did yes morgan looking and riding his is like dr white man like only only ten been better turned to the camera and been like and black lives matter america no so only way could have been better but yeah he let him let him die and rick walked up to the savior he chopped in the neck and he's like he's laying on ground died and he was like but you said rick was light i had lied to the hey do fit we could we couldn't live after after this rate was like he's shot that he was not here for none of it oh i got so they rate rig book exactly like he did when they first got the alexandria like i don't know who did to make a job where he looked like crazy and range rick fresh out the out the boat that almost like that grammy survival mode right i i will put anything up like he just had like rick grimes for real it was nothing but other people's blood on him and he was just like for killing mode like karabelas michael could not even could never okay rick just loves killing okay home so rick morgan runs up he's like we should leave and oh wait i morgan says to him everybody turns which is some crazy morgan should say and then rick like of they get ready to leave rick says wait morgan.

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"rick walk" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"rick walk" Discussed on Double Toasted

"In most binding of like as i was distracted i was doing should not even notice of ours going up to they could come back carl just all these flashpix that they're doing these flashbacks uneven real they got was his name rick walking around with this bake is cotton be here pook dick like man this is bed bears they don't stick with it i won't like i said almost see what they do with other with the next season with the new show run but it's not the nama be in but next season is not coming up it's gonna be season ninety gotta finish this one right here okay i got few episodes were getting there man we might have to have an intervention for do not always your time as better things you can do with your time i mean do what you want do i won't be looking at only finish the wants to walk it was like the drugs drugs you'll like a man can yell finished go small correct a losing day marina but yet that other episode of intervention got it is dombi though it was like they're bugs bunny to don whatever for the air so you know we'll see man insistence at sucks man well i mean shitting on life has changed on care but you're suffering to a bad show for no reason i can say what bash either but we can hit an elite you care when you've come in and defended the show for being good up poll while no said you will never see has come here try to defend a talking cat or or like any of the trash if we wanna nonsellouts on as i said no i said that there was some problems would it always i never defended the show now we said it was problem but i mean now gives it that much acquittal adult slow too.

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"rick walk" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"rick walk" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Rick light as our guide abc news political director for abc news rick welcome back to the show how are you this morning aged over to be with you love the getting over the yankees bow out of the day they were just get rid of believe oh you're at n e w put your look i'm a guy rick lie duke we did where are you yankee fan i would take your mets fair now yeah my dad was he a fan law could rock or the map andy pettitte on me and my brother but with the pathak away when the network was great made effect but otherwise it's been it's been better but the pulled up at the arc raider i know but you gotta give that team credit reclined the yankees come on a me it came out of nowhere hutu who no you didn't know right we will have rick rick walk off uh you know and everything's goodbye free everything's good down in washington dc i'm gonna be down there i think this weekend coming down there next week ever the big national dana american foundation and it needs to know if you ever on go to these things were gang like you don't have enough to do just call me with out together this gift poet glide there what are those twodoor together added that out a a break you know what i gotta and if we always appreciate you being on the show and and you're very very honest and open to you i always tell you this you know you're you're like a star kid you really are your young kenya's you great on tv so w would respect though just to get into a my sheet johnson on abc good morning america the the gold star widow broke our heart and india i just i don't understand i say open the show said i don't understand why were making a thing of this then i see my should johnson at the widow of led david johnson tragically killed in niger does she get paid for something like that rick do you.

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"rick walk" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"rick walk" Discussed on KGO 810

"I am not a drummer okay just i am this may be on the side you're also a drummer and a band no way you huggy guy who's flailing sticks like that's ranger as he can inherit gerard yeah there was no way momma bubbafoods were give me a drum kit no way drunk it yep would you trust your soon shilo flight paul rocket out on the drugs says she is she that i proven i do not approve of young santa rpl if this that have drowned out it's actually him i'm with you on that by the way a sort of love like lars all rick walked in the studio you won't give me a hug now which i will hug him you would probably cry i might actually i might actually trying to think of other famous draw let me phil collins wasn't hooker i would hug phil collins would be like you're the bomb i love everything so can we can we interview lilley then since we've now met you fill yes and i love you think way cooler i mean i thought fell calling no joe kelley goes the m phil collins and concert yeah hell yeah i saw peter gabriel oh that's awesome jetson thing but that's even better it was pretty cool it's also international stagemanagement daytoday chrissy whoever friend who's the stage manjoo got a little cup all our him mirror i dunno i used to work for one okay it is can it how about the one where you guys can make fun of me that be good rivera next holiday that i rattle off your dave for today's hottest yeah it is squid and cuttlefish day today home of course that they gonna cuddle cuttlefish derided you ever come no because i won't touchdown not directly that's why like video of me rescuing that's good i'm like but i.

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"rick walk" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"rick walk" Discussed on KOMO

"President versus the players as trump socks a political war with professional sports it started with this jab in profanity about football players like colin kaepernick who neil the during the national anthem to protest racial in social injustice when you love to see one of these nfl owners when somebody disrespects our flag to say get that son of a got the field right now fire but the president didn't stop there tweeting if a player wants the privilege of making millions of dollars in the nfl or other leagues he or she should not be allowed to disrespect are great american flag or country and should stand for the national anthem if not your fired fine something else to do the nfl fired back saying divisive comments like these demonstrate and unfortunate lack of respect for the nfl are great game in all of our players an unusually strong review from a league whose owners collectively donated more than seven million dollars to trump's campaign and it's not just football trump is taking on basketball to after nba champion steph curry said he would vote against golden state warriors visit to the white house i don't wanna go to us trump then beat him to at disney inviting hip tweeting going to the white house is considered a great honor for a championship team steph curry is hesitating therefore invitation is withdrawn lebron james's response you bum curry already said he isn't going going to the white house was a great honor until you showed up what they for the president who promised to bring the country together i think i'll bring people together and that includes blacks and whites and everything now he's again inserting himself into the debate over race in america now all eyes will of course be on today's games that president has encouraged fans to leave the stadium if players this i did neil during the national anthem while others are encouraging those players to take a new now more than ever that's abc's mary bruce reporting komo news time is six thirty four let's get a check of aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours here's mark land washed out reports in incident rick walking the left lane in plain i5 southeast portal dr otherwise major roadways in seattle or looking pretty good and move in nicely especially those in the.

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"rick walk" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"rick walk" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Let's get you home wsb triple team traffic smilin' mark mckay would the dog praying revived order thirty five seventy five northbound leaving theory wrote a bumper to bumper battle after we're always five five rick walked parkway early two right lane getting by the way at it work on i 75 dry the city planning it at all no road four hundred flowing north of 85 is approaching eighty five hundred merge orbiter change jim do i 20 northbound away on the connector northbound 166 veronica arauca regular in your did you wanna slow zone over on the west why interloop 285 northbound from langford parkway 166 to i 20 and then heavy and spot from the river to seventy five through caught and fifty five minutes to travel to 85 eastbound southbound from georgia for we're headed to covington highway atalig delays at its williams 285 westbound you're going to jam end before you to get to ashford dunwoody this afternoon to see brake lights continues ever to i 75 285 southbound stacked impact you smyrna bindings down toward south cobb drive then the grip loosens a little bit heading down toward i 20 to divide east northbound in dekalb county the brake lights are glowing as well leaving i six seventy five you stay slow up past i 20 triple team traffic wsb puerto rico with a herculean tasks who did back to normal following hurricane maria san one mayor carmen you'll in crews devastation is more than for us our the infrastructure people are signing two gaf's the feeling van held was not on way because they are severed from all communication marie as death toll across the caribbean has climbed to at least twenty seven then there's the earthquake rescue and recovery effort in mexico city dozens of rescue workers pulling on a roll to remove a heavy piece of cement from piles of rubble then cheer when the slab is this law and there could still be survivors in at least ten collapsed buildings what we are hearing from mexico's president now four days since the earthquake he was naked and sitting in.

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"rick walk" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"rick walk" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"I and i i left the classroom to all my father and all the lines are down on active walking home that day i left all i needed time i thought i'd i'd abbott on we wound up watching the news on and funny at the time i didn't know what to do to help me i voted in her cell at the time and it was really hard b a none of it anyway so we put together on rated and the light now i actually work as a nine on monday factor on eight god bless you if it came the only thing i could think of doing actually work emergency service have worked for a significant number eight years on and part of that will be what i remember day and it's funny rick walk in about you know how have we came overall and in all heard i actually put up by eighth people don't remember anymore on and it's really kind of hard to understand that day and every week and per month afterward now we remembered what it might be human even somebody new would acknowledge in here having a bad day it why van here let me get that for you with hey what can i do the how and the all had that person a person you know and he that anymore everybody that they've got the ride a and i don't know if it the political climate or what have you but really humping amazing if they how people jay don acknowledge it anymore were being trained to repel instead of brace it's kind of you know and and right at the the aftermath of nine one one people embraced y okay everything all right and there was that china is not the today it's like where.

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"rick walk" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:40 min | 4 years ago

"rick walk" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I help for example from prime minister usually handle that's the place to go for hi sean he has shown we do for you clinton about barra of property and warning baucau there were rob aren't like you know the big dental power lines like the pete and we do every year water coming out of your work on the back yard near either big mac but i'll back in in fact out that didn't have the and now they're doing their power lines and they're getting gall wanted martin back were property and i was wondering if there's any repercussion on the back there gary and be value are poverty in our view when every about this for a moment shine wherever they put it it's going to be obstructing someone's view so the only answer that is there is you can't put the power lines up you see the problem there they have they have the right to put a power lines anywhere on that eased meant yes and it is the new ri so what are you gonna do i mean they have the right to do that chine and what rights do you think you have against the the the tiller these saying i want my view move that over there even if it costs eur two million dollars and they put it up but do i have any repercussions on namdeb aiming for the walk the party value what is the the value and why did the why would they do it if they have the right to do that why would they write you a check for the loss of value and what is the loss of value sean how you how you figure that one out no i don't i heard a lot of people there when that happened to them i've never heard of that of the loss of a loss of value on that i've never heard of that happening i mean there is but it certainly none of these circumstances so i guess sean this is just the way of saying you have no case oh trying to figure out which one i wanna to do hey kim welcome to handle on the law yes sir i have a van that i left with my mechanic was be repairing the door and the door only i get across my insurance company apparently this guy took my van out rick walk in the morning directive blitz.

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"rick walk" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"rick walk" Discussed on WCHS

"Texting and driving simulate where you get to actually easy can see photos on our website plan police and other people who are at this press conference they were able to wear these is sort of goggles and it shows you what it looks like to be distracted while driving kind of like if you were to be drunk while driving in like texting law guiding and so that i think though that seem to be pretty neat nee but an so we talked a few people there that that is just to show the public the dangers of texting while driving and then now we have a few at interesting statistics within his stories he said that national statistics show that one out of four accidents in the united states are caused by distracted driving which doesn't really surprised me all i see people driving on the phone all the time just era tapes me because it said so common talking your texting or both hats um just holding their phone up in the air whether they're texting i mean i i talk on the phone all the time on guiding that i always put it on speaker and actually bought one of those things on amazon and i don't know if you've ever seen it it clamps tear then you can attach the phone zitl have to be holding it which is i like that and then on we have one other story it's a sad story a n rick walked all the west virginia eastern panhandle longtime businessman and broadcaster he unfortunately died he died at her today yeah i didn't know that guy a but i know who years um live from the broadcasters meetings were not hearing how he died were saying that it was an unexpected the death and so funeral arrangements are being processed right now and of course he was a west virginia broadcasters hall of fame he owns the radio station w r and r martin's berg with his brother they earn fascination for years after selling the operation in 2015 so we have a full sorry on that our website and much more at up eighteen attorneys.

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