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"rollie" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:59 min | 23 hrs ago

"rollie" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"With Brian and Makayla. Rollie. Chances are this has happened to you. You're driving in the rain, and then Oh, you meant to get those wipers replaced. But it was just another one of those things that you let go. And then it was too late. Planning for retirement is a lot like those wipers. If you don't plan ahead well, this happens. Well. Brian Rally has been helping people plan ahead for retirement for over three decades. The team rally wealth solutions can help you head off any of those surprises that might pop up like taxes on your social Security. Check Sky high Medicare premiums income that doesn't keep up with inflation. And, of course, losing money in a market downturn. Set up your complimentary consultation at Murali Wealth Solutions, calm And make sure your retirement works like this And not like this. Hi. Bryan Rawley, Another one from Remember the Titans. You are correct Movie trivia. Yeah, Robbie's retirement coach. Number music this weekend. Can you tell me the name of the band Holly's Oh, the holidays so cool woman in a black dress, Although it's from the movie I know it was from Remember the Titans. I recognize that it's got that good. It's got that good. Guitar rift in it. I got it just holds five. Yeah, thanks for checking out. Robbie's retirement goes with Brian Makayla, Rollie 9198521215 again. 91 95 to 1 to 15 if you have that 750,000 more saved up for retirement. We got a couple of slots left. Get a complimentary second opinion. Normally, that would cost $995. But this weekend get that complimentary second opinion. We've got to give us a call now. 9198521215, or if.

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University of Washington COVID-19 Death Projections Show Increase By July

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00:32 sec | Last week

University of Washington COVID-19 Death Projections Show Increase By July

"1st increasing for the first time in weeks by about 300 to more than 5800 people, I Hmm. Is dark. Rollie Mark, Dad says. Right now we face two evils variants that escaped the vaccine and the UK variant winning the battle for predominance evil. This winning right now is that for us simply because the vaccines are highly effective against mark that says the next concern then becomes whether the South Africa or Brazil variants get a foothold before winter. I'm Charlie Harder. Dr. Jeff Duchin with Seattle King County Public Health, says the fourth wave of covert

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"rollie" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | Last week

"rollie" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Of the lunatic fringe. It's the Rollie James Show. GM radio. I'm Robert James. You can interrupt the show is the mood might strike you and I'll try to give you a reason to do so. But anything that's on your mind will be on mine. 8888765593 is 88 88 r o l l y feet. So spring has sprung and with it now, actually, we're going to talk cicadas here. But the most interesting part of this article to.

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Severe weather brings major flash flooding, tornadoes South as threat moves east

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00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

Severe weather brings major flash flooding, tornadoes South as threat moves east

"More than 15 million people on alert Saturday night in the deep South under the threat of tornadoes and other severe weather already seemed very active weather in the way of damaging storm reports today in Tennessee, Virginia and North Carolina, where we have a severe weather watch up that includes Rollie and parts of the coastal areas. Flash flood watches up already have seen flash flooding across Tennessee and a huge area of tornado watches that stretch into 11. O'clock tonight. Shreveport, Greenville, Little Rock, Memphis, Tupelo. Nashville, where we'll think we'll see a strong tornado threat, and that does come mostly in the

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"rollie" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:33 min | 2 weeks ago

"rollie" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The edge of the lunatic fringe. It's the Rollie James Show. Double G and radio Riley James and.

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"rollie" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 3 weeks ago

"rollie" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The lunatic fringe. It's the Rollie James Show. G Ed radio. I'm really dreams and it looks like things are opening up nationwide. One by one California As of April Fool's Day. It sounds like a temple Fields joke, but it's not re opening theme parks and amusement parks and.

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"rollie" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:35 min | 3 weeks ago

"rollie" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Yeah. Direct from the fringe. It's the Rollie James Show. W two and radio. I'm Riley James. Three hours to spend with you tonight. I've got a tabloid. I'm not afraid to read it. Love slime from the checkout line on whatever's on your mind. 8888765593 88 88. Rollie was reading an interesting article over the weekend about overwork and what's interesting to me about it? Is that the bottom line was that the majority.

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"rollie" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:41 min | Last month

"rollie" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The lunatic fringe. It's the Rollie James Show. Okay? Change. Yeah. Jian radio. I'm really James. Three hours to talk about something close to nothing but different from the day before, and I was just answering someone who said your streams Not on the downloads yet is I forgot the S and archives, so I'll correct that. But in the meantime, SL.

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"rollie" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:57 min | 2 months ago

"rollie" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Why Why do we ignore the things that give us pause that seem out of place that don't feel right. The answer to why defines who we are. So if you see something, why do you say something? Si se for my friends for my community for my family for each other, because all of this matters way all have something worth protecting. So why do you see say report suspicious activity to local authorities. You see something? Say something. Direct from the edge of the lunatic fringe. It's the Rollie James Show. Okay? Okay? G M radio. I'm Rollie James. You're gonna interrupt the show is the move Might striker And I hope you will. We'll be together for the next three hours. And any point give us a call it 8888765593. That's 88 88 r O l l y e, as usual. Something.

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"rollie" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

07:19 min | 2 months ago

"rollie" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"As we mentioned before and again, Brian, keep keep bringing it back up, But I love that preservation. Just trying to preserve what you've worked so hard for your entire life. When it comes to retirement, 9198521215 and Makayla Rollie are still doing the zoom appointments as well. That's correct. We are It's whatever folks feel most comfortable with. We are perfectly set up to accommodate for people via zoom. We've got our plastic dividers, and if they want to come in an office, and if you want to get out of the house, we can do whatever people like you and you know, it's interesting we had last week was All zoom week. That mean, we? I think we had everybody doing zoo meetings right before it was about 50 50. So okay, it changes from week to week depending on who's coming to the office, And you know a lot of times our families. You know, if they've been with us a long time, they'd like to come in and, you know, at least sit down a couple times a year, But, you know, obviously, it's been a little bit easier and more comfortable for some of our families to do The show me totally understand it, particularly if they're Got some of the risk factors that aren't aren't great to have, you know, with covert in terms of having respiratory disease and things like that, or if you've got you know a person in your house that's at risk, So we get it. We understand. You know, we call it the no judgment zone. In terms of what you're comfortable with. We're comfortable. If you want to come in and sit down. We're more than happy to do that. If you feel more comfortable doing assume meeting, we will do whatever is more convenient and more comfortable for you at this time. We're pretty lucky in 2021 that we can do the zoom meetings because Brian McKellen, we couldn't do this 20 years ago, Back in 1985. We couldn't set up a virtual appointment, so we're very lucky to have that option and again, Rollie well solutions dot com business up top and then you could do pajama pants on the bottom. So that's what when you want to set up that zoom appointment or give me a call. 9198521215 and we talked about the questions that we ask him like that. I enjoy asking you questions because I'm getting educated, like, hopefully you are, too If you're listening to Raleigh's retirement coach, but we hit the streets task of our listeners. All right, you get the opportunity to talk to a financial professional. What do you want to know? You know what the rules change. I'm planning for what the status is right now. I just hope it doesn't change drastically. The number one question I have about retirement is having enough money to last until I no longer needed. Which means, you know If I live long enough, I may outlive my my outlive your savings as well. I think she was going to say there and I think what rules were changing is I'm sure common question. You get a my gonna outlive my savings. What are some of the biggest questions that you get? Well, I think that this this little clip, you know, going out talking to our listeners. The number one question we get asked is Do I have enough, And that's the number one concern that folks have when they come and talk to us if they want to make sure They're never going to run out of money and that they can do so without compromising their lifestyle. And s. So I would say that that is the number one question that we get Aston. It brings us great joy to, you know, give people clarity and regards to that answer and the number two especially with you know the volatility that we saw last year. All the changes that we've had an administration. People want to know what are the rules going to change? Because, you know, we always say the one thing that's constant is change. So you want to make sure that your plan is flexible and is going to adapt favorably. Two things that you might not be able to control and it's important to have a plan or else you can't adapt. The plane's got to be fluid. It does give us you know some sense of satisfaction when you know people of the biggest thing that they're concerned about his Hey, will my savings outlast me, and then we put together an income strategy. Plan takes into consideration taxes and inflation and current revenue streams. And then we put a plan together to make sure that they never will run out of income and that it could have The retirement that they've always imagined at the lifestyle. You know that they've always imagined after you know, putting in 30 40 years off good, hard, honest work that that's something that does give us a lot of satisfaction. And you know, when people walk out of here, they know they've got a plan that they can pretty much take to the bank and that it's not going to fail because we're using very conservative numbers were making sure we're gonna stress test that plan every which way to Sunday. To make sure that if we tell somebody you're good that they can take that to the bank because we've done the work and what I mean by that is we've looked at their expenses we've built in margin we've accommodated for long term care. We've accommodated for inflation. We've accommodated for taxes, and you don't know everything that's going to happen. But when we've got over 60 years of experience and helping people with this particular phase of their life, we've seen a lot of it so we can make sure That we've we've gone through this hundreds of times, thousands probably, and you don't get a do over when it comes to retirement, So our goal is to make sure we can alleviate those blind spots that people may have not thought of on their own. And make sure that we already have a plan in place before it even happens, You know? Can I put you on the spot and ask you this? I know you get a lot of questions regarding finances. And how do I get prepared for retirement? What's the strangest question you've got? Well, I could remember his friend a few years, but I can remember somebody coming in That had $100,000 in savings and $240,000 in credit card debt. And you know they were paying 17 18% of her credit card debt, and they wanted to know when they could retire. It's like, Well, I mean, yeah, that was probably one of the strangest moment on and the strange part was they didn't even Realized like they were in a lot of trouble. So there was a big disconnect there. And I'm like who we wait. Gotta this has got to be paid off. Oh, yeah. I'm gonna pay that. No, no, this isn't it eventually faded. Now that's like to be the most important thing. I'm like. You can't retire. It won't work and so That was really just a very it That's only happened maybe twice in 25 26 years. But it's important, though, that they at least came to you like Of course, they're not on the right path. I need to get their debt in order before they start looking at retirement, But the fact that they trusted you enough to say, what can I do to get there? And that's kind of a sign of what you do it really well solutions. If you have those questions about Am I on the right path? Doesn't cost anything just to give him a call. But if you are looking towards retirement, and you do have that $750,000 saved up and no credit card debt. Listen, they're gonna buy that 250,000 credit card dead. That's probably not a good telling you now started. That's only look. We've met with hundreds of thousands of people over 25 years. Totally having twice. So get that credit card paid off. And then let's talk about retirement 9198521215. They won't give you a complimentary A second opinion again. 9198521215 normally cost $995. But this weekend, the first seven callers if you have that $750,000 saved up and you're ready to retire, just let him look at just let him look at your portfolio and help you make the right decisions..

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"rollie" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:31 min | 2 months ago

"rollie" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The edge of the lunatic fringe. It's the Rollie James Show. Okay? Every day. Rollie James, I'll give you plenty of reason to interrupt the shoulders to hook a well and I hope you will is well 8888765593 88 88 r o l l Y If it's on your mind will be on mine. We like to keep it light. Yes, politics free better for the blood pressure. And though it it sounds dangerously like a.

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"rollie" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"rollie" Discussed on WTOP

"Quarter and Rollie number 21 Liberty, leading North Carolina State 14 to 9 Flames quarterback Malik Willis with two touchdown passes. Another Liberty comes into this game with an eight no record. The wolf Pack actually have more total offensive yards, but they're crushing their chances with all the penalties they're taking NC state Has been penalized 12 times for 113 yards. That's compared to just 45 yards and penalties for Liberty. Other top 25 games Still in play tonight, number 13, Georgia and Mississippi State. Tied at 24 piece in the fourth quarter late in the fourth number 23 Auburn trying to close out Tennessee, the Tigers ahead 27 to 17 and in the third quarter in Norman in the game, known simply as Bedlam, number, 18, Oklahoma with a 27 and 13 advantage over number 14 Oklahoma State. Earlier, Virginia blasted Abilene Christian 55 to 15, and it was Pittsburgh all over Virginia Tech. 47 of 14 finally n Ba Free agent frenzy continuing on today, Gordon Hayward's reaching a four year $120 million deal with the Charlotte Hornets, the wizard's signing free agent guard Raoul Netto to a one year deal worth the league minimum. I'm Christiane to be to be sports. Thank you, Chris Coming up after traffic and weather Authorities in Virginia are investigating a triple murder suicide. It's 10 17 Lee begin today's meditation with a few sipping exercises to remind us a little treat can go a long way. So pick up.

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"rollie" Discussed on Shop Talk Live - Fine Woodworking

Shop Talk Live - Fine Woodworking

06:43 min | 6 months ago

"rollie" Discussed on Shop Talk Live - Fine Woodworking

"We needed it. All right. So let's see this next question we have two questions of with the with the same spirit will say the first part is from Andrew McCabe saw, can be wired for one ten or twenty right now have on one ten I've space my breaker box for two twenty breaker and can add one at no cost would be worth the effort to up my to twenty. Yes aren't simple then move. and. The second part is from Matt and his a little bit more complicated. I? Have three pieces of equipment setup for to forty volt shopper to twenty or whatever I'm getting tired of plugging in and unplugging extension cords because he only has one circuit the lay than the band saw can be wired for one twenty volt and there's a twenty plug right beside each of them. Is there any advantage one way or the other? Will I be giving up power efficiency or durability of equipment if I wear them to one twenty? So what gives? When early three-quarter motors to? One twenty is plenty of tall. So yeah. He's got a three horsepower unit saw and fourteen inch delta with a three quarter inch bands with the three three quarter and a Delta lay the three quarter. Yeah. three-quarter hassle run fine armored, and twenty. You know if he's got a long extension cord in running to forty volt is got a Lotta line lost there to begin with Flo. He's not getting the real advantage of to forty volt circuit, which is Cleaner Power Lor. And along. I've seen situations where somebody has an outlet that's thirty feet from the breaker box, and then they're running twenty five foot extension card on while the power is. Really marginalized by the time he get there because that's an awful lot of wire resistance. Now, if he's switches those tools from to forty, two, one twenty and he's got one twenty outlet close at hand where he can plug directly and without an extension cord and he's got a twenty amp circuit es models a hit. From going with the to forty volt in long extension car. Now, the UNICYCLE is going to have to stay on to forty bolt because you can't run through or on one hundred twenty. Although some companies, still you can run six four star. Remember the vacuum cleaners. Power. Yeah But Yeah. So he would be better off switching those two hundred twenty volt and leaving his unit saw long and you'll be just fine. So. When you switch from two, twenty, two, one twenty or whatever you are drawing more amps, right How does that work? Yeah you're going to be pushing more are kind of like the they always talk about the fire hose. You know if you have to hoses, you can push a lot of. Water through there. If you're limited to one Har- hose, you can't push as much water through it takes more amperage to get that water through. So that's what it's. GonNa do is draw more amperage but if you have a decent like a twelve to wiring or twelve gauge wiring and a twenty amp circuit. That small APP drought that those tools are going to. Pull through they're going to be just fine. Three quarter horses may be going to pull in a tender fifteen. On startup. If it's a good motor and it's going to level off at probably seven or eight apps something like that while it's running. So it's it's you got enough capacity there. That's why you can run through horsepower on one hundred twenty because you don't have big enough wire to allow that much water to get through that hose. So So back in the day when I Was Getting going woodworking and I bought. I read in a fine woodworking magazine written by Roland Johnson. He told me to buy. It's no longer made grizzly. Oh, seven, one, five P.. Hybrid cabinet saw. And and. it could be run. It was a two horsepower motor. It can be run to twenty or one ten, a two horse power. Where's that I- i- wired it up to twenty because came to twenty, nine, hundred West which at the circuit. What do horsepower motor? It's a true to our as far. Motor it is going to pull about fifteen hundred amps Max. Are, fifteen amps Max come watts and so fifteen amps you can get through wire. Natan it's going to work It's right at the cusp of not working but. If, it's a crappy motor in your loaded heavily, you're going to be popping the breaker. Oakland it can be done. If all things equals go to twenty an hour. Okay. Yeah. Exactly. or at least twenty amp or maybe even thirty amp a hundred twenty volt circuits in your shop. That helps 'cause the size of the wires big enough that it can allow that current through. Okay. All Right? Well, I guess it's time for a segment. Mike, do you want to lead off because I'm I am lame and I did not think of something in advance. Sure. Yes. I it's almost favorable of all time for the. Week. But I'm not quite sure. It's GonNa work as well as I. Think it might. So I don't know if I wanNA categories that yet. I've actually doing something in my shop that I haven't done in probably twenty years and that's doing some steam bending. So I ordered a little Erlich steamer from. Lee Valley and I built myself a little steam box, and of course, I broke the rule in I didn't use. Air, dried would was drying or bending some killed right ash and it's always like, yeah, no supposed to. But again, this is GonNa work and then I, bought a compression strap in the new said..

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"rollie" Discussed on Shop Talk Live - Fine Woodworking

Shop Talk Live - Fine Woodworking

05:03 min | 6 months ago

"rollie" Discussed on Shop Talk Live - Fine Woodworking

"A big piece of wood in a pretty short period of time with a good bit and brace. So I'd had round here forever this and the the spot for braces a really nice. If you've ever seen a spot for brace, they don't they don't have it chuck. They have this really cool. Little will thing that you can just slip your bit into got thumb screw that you turned tight crime. As starting to Golo we're. All right Dave you don't need a drill press, get a brace. But you know the biggest thing is just to make sure there isn't any run out pretty much everything else you can overcome and you can buy some pretty nice drill presses for variable reasonable price wanting I should mention if if it does ever variable speed suddenly some of these had. A clutch assembly in it, and basically it was like the snowmobile clutches. As you put pressure on one, the other one grow, and so you could. Bury your speed with Yatta wide on it, and so one bully would collapse. It would pull the belt outer release. The belt in the other pulley would expand to law the speed difference. Those things can get pretty wonky with a lot of wear. So make sure you check out the variable speed to make sure it runs. All the way through from the lowest setting the highest setting, whatever it takes gotta laver it's got to crank run all the way through to make sure that it doesn't hang up somewhere or starts rattling like crazy when it reaches the spot where somebody left it for twenty years without changing the speed. Make sure that it's everything works in. It looks like a pretty simple tool because it's just runs up and down drills a hole. There are a lot of little details like every tool we work with. If. You ignore him you're not GonNa get very good service out of tool. So. One one last question. You you. You talk about taking calpers to a and looking for run out what's acceptable range? I mean we're woodworker. So quarter of an inch. The Andrew. I mean, are you are you looking to be under five or something? Under five in. Okay. Under five. Lucky there with my guess. More you know. Is when you start getting. More run out you start oscillating as you're cutting and so you don't get truly round holes and it. Makes a mess out of stuff so Cleaner the the more concentric it runs the better it's going to boring. and. That's exactly what you want. If you got a lot of run out if you've got a crappy chuck or and swampy quill and you're trying to do brad point you or or even force, you don't get very clean halls because it's obsolete it's not cutting through it has to use the rim of the foreigner bit to cut true and it's fighting itself. So starting a whole toughen. Get something. That's. Some these little benchtop units you tournament, and there is no discussion in the area because they rattled Sola you can hear anybody and people are trying to build stuff the bathroom. That's that's a a handyman's tool for out in the garage. Right on. So, Mike. Any drill press for you. Me? Yeah You're happy that you. Metro press that's a old buffalo press in actually did change the the chuck on it that was Kinda cool because he didn't really know how it was stuck on their. made some like shallow Englewood wedges and just like Kinda hammered them. opposing. Each Other in pop radio now? Oh. That's how you do. Okay. Wars is amazed me that more steeper jammed together one. That's that's. Machine correctly, you just data. All of that heavy drilling and all the stuff that goes on and doesn't fall off until you get some. By one invasion ones, and then they fell off every time full quill up. Although before I, looked it up on youtube and figured out what to do I did take my sledgehammer and bang on the top of the quail thinking that was just GonNa knock that thing right down like a lady but that didn't work. Out But. It could if you hit hard. Break something in, you'd have to find a different droplets. All right. Well, that was about the soundest twenty, five minutes on drill presses ever in the history of the world. And.

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"rollie" Discussed on Shop Talk Live - Fine Woodworking

Shop Talk Live - Fine Woodworking

10:05 min | 6 months ago

"rollie" Discussed on Shop Talk Live - Fine Woodworking

"The burying of. Thinking that it's a good berry. Oh, that makes sense. Yeah if you take that pressure off the bearing now you can see if it's going to travel back and forth. If I have a little rattle in my quill. Can I? Should not buy it or can I get new baron's for that? You can get no bearings if you're feel your competent enough to take the quail out. Oh No, I'm not. Walk Lebron, senators. Somebody's anchor. And if there is a little movement in there, then you can quantify it by using a dial indicator on base and putting in a drill rod in the chuck and seeing what you run out is coke and the next step I would. I would see if there is run out now run out, can come from a a bad chuck. It can come from a messed up taper because those are held in with a with a more stable or it can be the bearings in typically it takes a long time to wear out a drill press if it's a decent quality drill press to start with. Regions or one from the school. It's an old Delta Things got to be sixty years old fifty years old something like that was in high school shop where it was used abused and. God knows how many hours or on a and it still works fine the run out with. Ardley measurable. So they're out there one of the things that I tell people look at. The table can the table be adjusted foreign act so then it runs parallel to to the quill some women's pretty hard to do. You can tell them. That's easy enough to take care of, but if they're mounted so that there's no foreign after. You're going to have to shit and then you tilt it. followed. And so. It'd be a problem and also I've never thought of that. I've never once thought of that with a drill press. Yeah having. Okay. Yeah. And that's where he dial indicator on a base is really good because you can check to see if it travels out of. Perpendicular as runs up and down the quill. Okay. So you're. Wants the F-, the fore and aft measurement. That is the quilt travel that you're worried about. Yeah your. For you you you run down with of drill right in any checks seep at square to this end foreign. And won't square. You're going to square it up to that otherwise drilling slightly crooked salt. To the side no problem. Tilt the table Lauren. Most of them there. There's some old there some old dro- presses out there. You can find that have a rigid table. You can't. You can't tell us new direction in so that when you really have to make sure it's square or there's really nothing you can do about it. A new wooden table on top of that you've Schimdt so that it is square you can always do that. That's a good. That's a good idea for. Wings as Nice, NAM bigger table on drill press anyway because of the kind of work we do. In. Another thing to consider too is, how do you raise lower the table? I had a very old craftsman, big industrial craftsman here Dr- many years it was run out on it was virtually unmeasurable. It was really nice row press, but it had big table on it didn't have any rack and pinion and. Such a miserable bugger to raise Lord especially if you only had to go an inch because of more than she would release it. No, go six. And you stood there in struggle trying to get it back up. So. I got one of those. Yeah. A lot of goes does down to before he can get it backup one. Yeah. Hey. How easy is it to find replacement motors if that's an issue Pretty easy. Most of them are re- standard chassis so you can switch them up. And sheaves are you can buy a good police for good sheaves? Depending on what you've got a some of them have the stacked shaves. And you can. You can find those at any good Star in machine steel rather than the die-cast crap that. Kennedy clete store did you say fleet pleat store? What's a fleet store where you go to buy stuff for your tractor? Feed for your chicken. Wire. Yeah Yeah did hardware version of to so and there's always there's always online. You can find in there in another little trick that a utilizing not now I've been using link belts a lot when I rebuild stop because they work well that if you don't want to spend the money on link belts by automotive grade belts, go your local parts store and buy automotive grade most. Through these machines come with something that used to be called a fractional belt. It was meant for low horsepower and they're they're horrible because they're stiff been lumpy They take said if they sent through sit for a few days and they're just nasty because they cause a lot of ideation in automotive belts are much more pliable. There's a lot more durable and they have better traction. Robbery. So Switched automotive style belts plus you can buy matched adults. automotive style just make sure they have concurrent batch numbers they'll be the not be identical. Now you're saying you're doing something like a unicycle where you have three small doubtful they're expensive to buy from. Delta. When you can find him, they're cheap to buy it or Nautilus for and if they have the same batch number on, they'll be absolutely as good as buying the factory triple care. A rally you mentioned. Delta as a specific brand old buffalo drill press I like I've also seen old Walker Turner drill presses. Are there other manufacturers that are really good that you would look out for or there's there's a lot of drill presses were something that almost every manufacture made and most of them made them well back in the thirties. And up through probably the late fifties and a really good source of information on these is to go to Old. Woodworking Machinery, they've got a new name. Now I don't remember I can never remember what it is binge machinery something like that, and just a little background check on it, and you can get a lot of information. You can usually find owners manuals or you can find out about the manufacturer and and then really take a machine If it's got, you know there's a Lotta stuff that's out of the. Late seventies early aid means Taiwan invasion was I hitting and? From a distance, they can look pretty good but start looking at the castings know where they. Were the edges relieved on? HOW CLEAN ARE THE CASTING was there really some concern about the machine when it was originally built the old machines you're gonna find all the edges are eased. There's no rough spots on them around the table and stuff it's all been cleaned up, and that's a pretty good indication that it was quality tool. You know when you look at something from the early eighties. Almost, forty years old already. So people could kinda consider that be Watson all tool that that's tool no MIRA's. There is an awful lot of stuff that came. Late seventies through the eighties is a boat anchor. Set. So. What are the features that you're? GonNa look for in. An ultra oppressor or a new drill press Like quill travel what? I like renewed presses where they're getting up around six inches quilt travel. That means that you can bore through heavy material easily without going from opposite sides laying everything out very carefully to get through stuff. I like positive stops that are easy to move a lot of nine. You can depress the. Rapidly snap it into place. But if they have, you know one hundred and twenty thousand injured travel wants to snap into place pretty much useless. You want something when it snaps and it stays there. So you can be accurate with your debt Those are important things speed control. Lot of variable speed or nice. Now, some of the new electron ix stuff is really amazing because you can dial in. You Can Punch in exactly the speed you want or you punch in the bit and the material, and it determines the speed for you, which is really nice and. Yeah, last bitchy using what material you're using recommends speeding puncher and you got your speaking shifted like argue with your Wire you doing. Do you think that's a good idea? Little sign and shot. Ben That says I like hammers. Well I mean I I for one have never ever changed the speed of a drill press i. Just that guy it's on its lowest setting and. I'll just wait for it. I've yet to. Figure out why I need to change the speed. There are certain efficiencies that you realize from changing speed in smaller bits getting that ice be. Cut much cleaner. They do a much nicer job in they cut a lot faster. Burn the BIT and. Okay. So me sell me on this though so For Two straight up Brad Point Bits Lou anything under. Three eighths. Fine you know you're you're you're going fast for our snow you. Know forcing bid I I go relatively snow slow with a.

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"rollie" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"rollie" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Playing a hit it can't be Rollie James well it is and I am and I'm in for G. again tonight and you got me tomorrow night as well and I promise she will be back ready to talk to you on Thursday so over the next couple nights it's just you and me and of course the esquire's big hit top three R. and B. just narrowly missed the top ten on the pop charts the Moore family formed in fifty seven when they were kids originally Betty Moore in the US cars but Betty quit the group in the walking listening to W. A. W. A. in in nineteen sixty six moved to Chicago in addition for Curtis Mayfield who probably turned them down this I'm not sure what he did like but then they went to constellation that folded before ever even got a chance to hear my things then they ran into Bunky Shepard who change their fortunes may nineteen sixty seven magical for them and they were more than a two hit wonder group yeah I get up and get away but so many other good things to affect the the flip of get on up it's just a terrific record listen to me but I digress hopefully will listen to me tonight thanks to producer jasmine we have things to talk about I am in her debt and I'm I'm trying not to completely eviscerate edgy show trying to keep within the format not that I've ever done that before and we will be talking about a number of things in fact around a half hour break we're going to talk about tech gift ideas for moms and I think to myself mom and tech isn't that an oxymoron for most of us well we'll be finding out when we talked to Lisa at SUNY I think that's how we pronounce it will find that out to I looked at this and have this deja vu feeling the last time I remember talking about mother's day gifts on the air was nineteen sixty six and I was in Austin Texas I had this woman on who's that droning on about this and that and I'm paying half a mind of attention to it and then she talks about these purses and one of them I remember had like a seven thousand dollar price tag yeah and I'm thinking never mind automatic transmission for seven grand a what indoor plumbing right and so she just watches on sentiment up finally I said look let mom carry a hefty cinch sack be done with it needless to say no one asked me to talk about mother's day gift since so a few decades later we'll see if I do any better I know that Lisa will also be talking to the owner of the McEnery outdoor drive in and drive ins have really been going the going the way of all of us yes passing into the distance but those that are around have found new found success during the pandemic that's for sure so we'll find out what's got to doing and what else do we have the national museum of Mexican art that's appropriate because this is single the bio indeed yes on on taco Tuesday at Cinco Tamayo and most of us can't go out and celebrate so what else do we we have the better business bureau now they're they're probably busy these days to say the least and for most businesses it's not better but we'll find out about that and a lot more so it'll be an interesting three hours as I fill in for G. and we've got Adam engineering the show so if you like what you're hearing he got it there and if you like the content jasmine did it and other than that all just play some R&B oldies I'm probably James and this is WGN radio though we're apart these days Schering.

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Lincoln Park Lincoln, WGN and Cubs discussed on Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

Lincoln Park Lincoln, WGN and Cubs discussed on Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

"White Sox host Toronto tonight the pre-game with eighty maser six thirty five first pitch seven ten with that farmer and Darren, Jackson on seven twenty WGN the cubs are. Insane Louis tonight but they've, made their trades official they get Cole hamels and cash. From the Rangers for Eddie Butler minor league. Pitcher Rollie Lacey and a player to be. Named WGN traffic Padre medic thanks Cam, traffic is sponsored by KFC sale no delays on the Edens between like, road and the junction inbound Kennedy's forty five minutes to downtown thirty minutes back out the Eisenhower's fifty minutes three ninety, to the old. Post, office thirty minutes on the flip little to no delays on the, Stevenson at twenty seven minutes, between lake shore drive and three fifty five and the Dan. Ryan is twenty, five. Minutes ninety fifth to the circle just sixteen minutes. Outbound there's, also a. Bunch of things. Going on around town to steer clear of the yesterday. Del Sol in Pilsen. Is shutting. Down cirmac between Morgan and. Ashland and the taste of Lincoln is. Gonna be. Closing down Lincoln park Lincoln. Avenue between fourteen and Wrightwood so you might want..

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Colorectal cancer rates are declining due to improved screening

Fifty Plus

04:16 min | 2 years ago

Colorectal cancer rates are declining due to improved screening

"And a member of the eart end digested z senate memorial hermann welcome aboard doc thank you very much thanks for having me no my pleasure colorectal cancer i read is the third leading cause of cancer related death united states going to be about fifty thousand of us die from it this year is that right yes actually it's actually the second leading cause yeah but you're right with the numbers it's about fifty thousand about two decades ago it was about sixty thousand per year so we are making some progress but the number on the way up or on the way down overall the numbers on the way down and we've seen that over the last three decades so we we are making significant progress likely because of more people getting screened more options to get screened greater awareness to get screened how do we rank as a country compared to other nations around the world on this one not so great our national averages in terms of of colon cancer screening about sixty sixty five percent for our population now keeping in mind when we compare ourselves to other western countries we're not doing so great when we're comparing ourselves to other countries that don't have the the healthcare resources that we have we're doing wonderfully we are yeah i would rather compare us to countries that also have good medical care absolutely yeah so so why the acs changed a screening guideline from fifty to forty five well that's their recommendation and it's a it's a what they call a qualified recommendation which means that there's not a lot of direct evidence to support the recommendation but what they've what we've observed in the medical field especially guests rollie over the last two decades really it's come to the fore in the last five to ten years is an increasing incidence of colon cancer in younger patients typically thirties the forties forties fifties and it seems like betty increases particularly noticeable in that mid forties group so it was set originally at fifty i'm going to guess because that's about where we started seeing the occurrence right that's right we at the major risk factor for colon cancer screening is advancing age there's no way to prevent that there are preventable risk factors smoking trying to maintain an ideal body weight maine mm limiting your intake of of high fat foods and and red meat but by far ages the greatest risk factor and most of the studies that have been done looking at screening tests to see if they're effective and they can identify cancer or their precursors used age fifty as the as the starting point so most of the direct data that we have applies to patients over fifty and for many years that's been kind of the standard but the acs is now recommending consideration of starting at age forty five men or women either them at greater risk men seem to have a greater risk than women in terms of earlier development of colon polyps and colon cancer but women catch up with us and as over our lifetimes the risk is about the same the risk is about six percent for an individual without getting if they don't ever get screened in their lifetime they've got about a five to six percent risk developing colon cancer race or ethnicity ethnicity in there at all that's a great question and and that is something that we've known about for again a decade at least that african americans or black seem to have a greater risk of developing colon cancer early and they also have greater mortality or higher mortality than whites or hispanics raisins can't put a finger on it yet as to why maybe or just we don't know why there's genetic component there maybe you know lifestyle components as well but it's it's probably something more with genetic and you can always throw in healthcare resource access as well so that's a good point ignoring age is a factor i if you could say stop this and you'll most decrease your risk would it be the smoking the weight gain or the fatty foods smoking absolutely caffeine and there's so many other benefits from not smoking i'm so glad i quit i quit i smoked for too long.

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"rollie" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

News Talk 710 KNUS

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"rollie" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

"I don't know what else can be said about that i mean what you didn't get to say anything because you are in the whole state wide campaign against proposition one zero three now who has had paul terry brandy come up with ted original expression mr hold by ninety think that was fair to victims put him on hold life that or was fixed metro being the guy who was somewhat abusive way the collision ended my experience and prop one or three which was very extensive i never saw you so my question in the minute we've got left and if you wanna hold we can pick it up on the other side for a minute or two was what was your involvement in prop one or three because i was deeply involved in it and i never saw you it's a fair question and it's it's just outrageous i mean i ran the whole statewide initiative of colorado jobs i debated co state senator rollie heath who was running the the support a prop one or three the more than twenty times i was on just about every network in our state so i just don't know what you're talking about that it's just it's actually an accurate i i didn't make any factual assertions except to tell you what my involvement was and i didn't didn't see there it wasn't supposed to be a gotcha gotta stick your back on hold because we've got five seconds if you want to stick around we'll pick it up on the other side steffan tubbs show seven ten k in us stay with us won that battle royale punch lighten up three zero three six nine six nineteen seventyone brian says bic was victim of a hit job chan cook called in and said now it was the other way around what do you think three zero three six nine six nineteen seventyone you're on seven ten can us cbs news special report a.

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"rollie" Discussed on KROE 930 AM

KROE 930 AM

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"rollie" Discussed on KROE 930 AM

"Access to the new public park but just actually crack because what cracked so if you will of what up and i was with the snow melts maybe but usually go snow showing the choose to that i wish no shoe you're probably there's there's no limitations no no in my cricket understanding here's a utility substation on the property there's actually any down su or live station let's say okay on the property and there's ease men's for the utilities that go to that live station and i assumed that there is a public access to that we yeah we've got that that you know the courts in you get that's weird but that's of rollie small amount right but thirty eight of thirty one anchors is definitely down excess but by the pub public there are fences um still around that that you know we'll have to address in open up um towards the overall north park there is some conversation between you know the partners on a developing a public access ease meant that would just defined what type of access you know because they don't a conservation ease minute you know they want to limit vehicles an for will errors in snowball bills in yeah right those things so you can run your back from will or across a place but there is public access absolute it may be limited to not motorized on access but to say that there's no public access to sf actually incorrect correct okay we gotta call for it okay fishbowl you have a question for gush yes a this is called up sort of assuring community plan trespassing and i just be it in the way you know i'm out i i think that everything that you is pretty accurate i would just go to clarified accounts rationing minutes.

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"rollie" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760

WJR-AM News Talk 760

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"rollie" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760

"That dominoes and they had a board meeting today i just have a hear about it earlier in all it it was dating to a cunt record benoit for example an interesting played oh and call was calling all you need labor you need more play that way don't mostly chaos eyes no i have no idea whether jr arty but for all largest in there are a lot of them beat the party and we thank you for that makes him just a panic what happens when you know interviewed before of port family in a couple of carson which will it's will be through that you really on the same play want for every miss pubic to do it you know the words there's not one i needed speaking of sports you can join lines pre and postgame whoa sean believed you're right now now for the corona light happy are right till seven o'clock tonight it make shames irish podr michigan in trouble in court down the year on the the voices the ball i forget that who singing rollie rather all rosie i i forgot i didn't know rosie had a mike in the always this is a good sign that he's actually paying attention corona but we are the the new home of the detroit lions you like world line when that yeah i would do a lot of going accompanied around the light like i would do in the league i would do that when the ohm bro look not quite it is most human vincent and that was supposed to be our secret right where you drink raiders regular and they everything you name one of the day of the other day.

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