17 Burst results for "Sam Ryan"

"sam ryan" Discussed on Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto

Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"sam ryan" Discussed on Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto

"Are set up in a booth just editing and doing their thing and they just wanted to make sure it was done in that it worked well while i was there in their presence so in case they needed me again. They can take me back in the car the sign boost and we could shoot it again or edited anyway. We <hes> they put together so clinton. I had a great time. There was some other influences. I didn't expect to see like aaron from mr fix d._i._y. And sam ryan and she's the carpenter and i think a name is ashley and and just a a good group of guys got to meet alexander clement hope not leaving anybody out. I'm sure i am just can't think give everybody off the top of my head. A couple of local friends came to meet me at the baltimore. Distillery chris cash came to say hello and in some other fans game actually the table. I made a few weeks ago had crack in the veneer and this guy joshua josh if you're listening thank you josh came and brought me a poxy so we could fix it right right there on the spot. I did a little so we fixed it there this table the guinness table. I made a few weeks ago and yeah knows a great day and it was really unexpected because i wasn't planning on going in like hey you come in this week to what this event what event oh okay and i was so nervous that the tables abel's weren't gonna ship well because we kind of had a rush down there that i packed my truck with welder grind or cutter everything. I need to remake the bar. If i had add to but thankfully i didn't have to do any of that. It all arrive safe and got their perfectly intact and so i'm curious it's about you know last week. We talked about you feeling a little weird about the teasers they'd put out and the build up that was creating like how did that pan out like oh yeah well. That's especially being there in front of all those people. Did you still feel that or like how that workup. Oh what was funny because they did this thing. <hes> it was the team rubicon so the the guys from heart spoke for minute like at at the at the unveiling and then the guy's from from from guinness spoke from a car guinness team rubicon of course <hes> the guys that were being honored and and they made a beer they basically made a beer called delivered a logger which is all the proceeds hundred percent of going to the guys that team rubicon they this this apparently is a relationship that's been going on for a while where they give these guys a lot of money and donate to what they do and so this is just another to officiate more are more <hes> donation <hes> at one point. Somebody sits jimmy. Get ready to talk. I'm like oh hold the microphone talk. I really want to do that and then <hes> so. They didn't. The guy who is the host forgot to announce. It was like cool. I'm totally fine with that absolutely fine with that and then like everybody was going to try the beer and then like oh. We have one more from the guy. I remembered that he forgot to announce me and so not only did like i go up like boom boom boom that i went up. Everybody walked away then they came back to me so it was was even more embarrassing than i expected it because everybody had to like go away and then come back for second to hear me talk to hand me the microphone and i said a few nice things in just how i was honored to even be considered. I'm not just the guy that built these but they brought me in his like part of the creative on all of it so i just thank everybody i kept kept it short and sweet <hes> so after all that was over. I felt a sense of relief so building up to that and then the video was released that day the next stay on my channel..

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"sam ryan" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"sam ryan" Discussed on KTRH

"Top tax defenders top story this hour. Well, we had our eye in Wall Street. Certainly did too on the fed, which apparently thought about it. But did not cut interest rates at their June meeting. Here's KTAR cla Saunders. Live with that. There had been talk about a possible cut because of concerns over things like the trade war. But Sam Ryan today. Avalon adviser says he really didn't think a rate cut was coming at this point. Exactly what we were going to do into nerve saying, no change policy for giving themselves some wiggle room to be able to post rates later in the year. If the data war Ryan says the fed will be driven by the jobs numbers more than anything else and says the economy is going nicely. But the mainstream media is going to try to tell you something else. Economy is really difficult one the, the fared. You got out there and there, because the your economy, really has some crack we will see this pop up again at the next fed meeting, which is set for the end of July. All right. We'll be watching that one as well. Thanks a lot cliff. Meantime, Texas were already financing mortgages ahead of this fed reserve decision to leave interest rates on touch Cyprus certified mortgage planner, Chris new knee says always use a local lender when you consider buying refinancing a home. And he says beware of the big financial institutions and online lenders. They are very slow to respond, and there could potentially be bayton switches, that occur in rates that are quoted and rate that you actually obtain. Yeah. He says, doesn't make sense to refinance unless you're actually going to a shorter term on your mortgage. Or if you're going to stay in your home for more than five years, most Americans well we're in the middle class, but it's not just your paycheck that keeps you there. Giggling wealth management and financial advisor Derek, Kennedy says access to credit if the big reason why you're considered middle class, five things, you need not the thing.

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"sam ryan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"sam ryan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Special guest and rich Rabin. No today. We're finding about what it's like to really be in retirement. Sam enrich just seeing the two of you guys together. Again, having fun cutting up. I'm having a great time guys. Time. I thought I thought you were going to say you saw rich smirking has the the song about losing your hair, and he was like Pat himself. I was. Happened a while ago. So so so back to what retirement really looks like for those that are just joining us. You know, we talk a lot about helping people to retirement or rather Sam Ryan and John do, but what's it really like to be in retirement? So Sam take us from here. Well, I think Richard take us from here. Riches, the one that's retired. So tell us rich. Listen, I think the biggest thing is that not worry part. Yeah. Okay. Everybody has different hobbies some people could do woodworking. So I played tennis. But it's the not worry part about what you do regardless of what business you're in. You always thought about the business. The boss could be nice. It's not going to be nice. I mean, I always thought about the business. I don't think about that any more. I think about playing tennis think about like you said earlier does the restaurant have valet parking Malet parking or parking lot. No. I mean, all kidding aside. I mean, listen, we take our responsibilities. We take our job. We take our friendships with our clients. And why we're here. Every sunday. We take that job. Very very seriously, first and foremost, we hit educate people as to all the steps that we need to follow as you get close to retirement, right? So which we've we've been helping each other. But as you were getting older getting closer to the finish line. You know, you're saving money you've been doing that for thirty years. I always say the right? You will. Good sabre, and maybe with a little bit of our help John's help Ryan's help as you got a little older. Maybe talk a little bit of a slower plan got a little bit more conservative. Of course. Following our guiding principles. You can't forget that rule. Number one. Just don't lose the money and rule number two. Don't forget. Well, number one, you say that as best as you've ever said, you know, slowing down a little bit. But most importantly, like you said earlier rich, you don't worry because you know, exactly where your income is gonna come. When I see that the market's down as all as turmoil all around the world, and I I don't really worry about it. I worry about some of the people who sort of rely on that stuff. Yeah. You know? And what you have to deal with every day and people think that the gravy trains, never gonna end as long as the market continues going up, you know, by eight percent, I'll be fine rely on that right now. But you come back to the not worry because of income income is the outcome. I mean, I never realize. All the years. We've been telling people the same thing. How important it is to have enough income to do whatever you wanna do until you're actually in it. Sam. In it. It's different because you have to generate your own. So now that you've been retired a little bit over a year. You get a paycheck from the income planning created in the income plan is giving you money, which gives you a paycheck every single month. And we we designed it. So you'd actually get a ten percent more than you needed because nobody ever complains about having too much income. So that's the good news. And folks, if you're listening right now, you're saying that that makes perfect sense things like that rich, and I are talking about doesn't happen by itself not really need to make an effort. What we call the retirement red zone, which is ten years before you retire in the ten years in retirement, if you have questions, you don't have a written plan. Please do yourself a favor making New Year's resolution MC two thousand nineteen the year that you're going to get this done. We have a process that we go through it's called the three sixty five retirement plan..

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"sam ryan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"sam ryan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Today, very special guest and rich Rabin. No today. We're finding about what it's like to really be in retirement. Sam enrich just seeing the two of you guys together. Again, having fun cutting up. I'm having a great time guys. Time. I thought I thought you were going to say you saw rich smirking because the song about losing hair, and he was like patting himself. I was just. Happened a while ago. So so so back to what retirement really looks like for those that are just joining us. You know, we talk a lot about helping people to retirement or rather Sam Ryan and John do, but what's it really like to be in retirement? So Sam take us from here. Well, I think Richard take us from here. Riches, the one that's retired. So tell us rich time, and listen, I think the biggest thing is that not worry part. Okay. Everybody has different hobbies some people could do woodworking. So I play tennis. I mean, but it's the not worry part about what you do regardless of what business you're in. You always thought about the business is the boss could be nice. It's not going to be nice. I mean, I always thought about the business. I don't think about that any more. I think about playing tennis think about like you said earlier does the restaurant have valet parking ballet parking or parking lot. No. I mean, all kidding aside. I mean, listen, we take our responsibilities. We take our job. We take our friendships with our clients. And why we're here. Every sunday. We take that job. Very very seriously, first and foremost, we hit educate people as to all the steps that we need to follow as you get close to retirements. Right. So which we've we've been helping each other. But as you were getting older getting closer to the finish line. You know, you're saving money you've been doing it for thirty years. I always say the right? You will good saver and maybe with a little bit of our help John's Brian's help as you got a little older. Maybe we talk a little bit of a slower plan got a little bit more conservative. Of course. Following our guiding principles. Can't forget that rule number one. Just don't lose the money and rule number two. Don't forget. Well, number one, you say that as best as you've ever said, you know, slowing down a little bit. But most importantly like you said earlier rich, you don't worry 'cause you know, exactly where. Where your income is gonna come. When I see that the market's down as all as turmoil all around the world, and I don't I don't really worry about it. I worry about some of the people who sort of rely on that stuff. Yeah. You know? And what you have to deal with every day and people think that the gravy trains never gonna end as long as the market continues going up by eight percent. I'll be fine rely on that right now. But if you come back to the not worry because of income income is the outcome. I mean, I never realized why all the years we've been telling people the same thing. How important it is to have enough income to do whatever you wanna do until you're actually in it Sam in it? It's different because you have to generate your own. So now that you've been retired a little bit over a year..

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"sam ryan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"sam ryan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Today, very special guest and rich Rabin. No today. We're finding about what it's like to really be in retirement salmon-rich, just seeing the two of you guys together. Again, having fun cutting up. I'm having a great time guys. Time. I thought I thought you were going to say you saw rich smirking because the the song about losing your hair, and he was like Pat himself. Time it happened a while ago. So so so back to what retirement really looks like for those that are just joining us. We talk a lot about helping people to retirement or rather Sam Ryan and John do, but what's it really like to be in retirement? So Sam take us from here. Well, I think Richard take us from here. Riches, the one that's retired. So tell us rich time. Listen, I think the biggest thing is not worry part. Okay. Everybody has different hobbies some people could do woodworking. So I play tennis. I mean, but it's the not worry part about what you do regardless of what business you're in. You always thought about the business is the boss could be nice. It's not gonna be nice. I mean, I always thought about the business. I don't think about that any more. I think about playing tennis think about like you said earlier does the restaurant have valet parking Malet parking or parking lot. No. I mean, all kidding aside. Listen, we take our responsibilities. We take our job. We take our friendships with our clients. And why we're here. Every sunday. We take that job. Very very seriously, first and foremost, we hit educate people as to all the steps that we need to follow as you get close to retirement, right? So which we've we've been helping each other. But as you were getting older getting closer to the finish line. You know, you're saving money you've been doing that the thirty years. I always say the right? You will good sabre and maybe with a little bit of our help John's help Ryan's help as you got a little older. Maybe we talk a little bit of a slower plan got a little bit more conservative. Of course. Following our guiding principles. Can't forget that room number one. Just don't lose the money and rule number two. Don't forget. Well, number one, you say that as best as you've ever said, you know, slowing down a little bit. But most importantly like you said earlier, you don't worry 'cause you know, exactly where you're. Income is gonna come to see that the market's down is all this turmoil all around the world, and I I don't really worry about it. I worry about some of the people who sort of rely on that stuff. Yeah. You know? And what you have to deal with every day and people think that the gravy trains never gonna end as long as the market continues going up by eight percent. I'll be fine. Well, we can't rely right now. But you come back to the not worry because of income income is the outcome. I mean, I never realized by all the years we've been telling people the same thing. How important it is to have enough income to do whatever you wanna do until you're actually in it Sam in it? It's different because you have to generate your own. So now that you've been retired a little bit over a year. You get a paycheck from the income plan created.

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"sam ryan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"sam ryan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Oh, and laying and just don't lose the money. Welcome back. Sam ryan. So we gotta ask what is the number one thing. The most important thing that we need to know about retirement, you know, Mike, I think people in general make this whole retirement thing out to be so much more complicated than it needs to be right? If you think about it if you think about I'm in retirement. Okay. Now, I'm done working. I have my savings. That's my 4._0._1._K. I'm going to go out and figure out probably my most important decision is like what am I gonna do today when I'm going to have to watch. What am I going to have it, you know? So if you think about it what you have is an essential next twenty five thirty thirty five years he'd be lifetime of spending money. I think the first thing is part of what we do in our planning process. Ryan is we d- we asked the most simple question. How much money did need a month to live on? What is your burn rate? What is your expenses? And then we wanna make sure that we matched them up to their ability to spend that money. So the number one thing is that the Termine way you're going to get the income from to pay your bills. And there's there's gonna be multiple sources and people always think social security on. Maybe they have a pension. But your portfolio is going to provide you some sort of income stream in retirement, a lot of people don't really know. What that number is. They just try to grow grow grow to get to X amount. But not really know X amount is going to provide totally agree. Yeah. We have a client that when he was going into retirement he needed about two hundred and fifty thousand dollars of income and so's between social security and rental income. He was going to actually get close to one hundred thousand so he was short one hundred and fifty and he had millions and millions of dollars. But he was so nervous about getting nad paycheck for the difference. He didn't know if he can make it happen. But he could make it happen with these. So income is key or Ryan same Christine Benz who is from MorningStar global investment research company. She also agrees with you guys. And it all comes down to where are you going to get income in retirement plan to retire? When you're supposed plans to retire. You want to articulate your anticipated income needs in retirement. How much of those income needs will be coming from certain sources of income like social security like a pension like an annuity. And then you'll want to articulate your specific withdrawal plan for that portfolio. Couldn't agree with her more one hundred percents. She says the plan is to articulate sources of income social security pensions annuities interest dividends and all that. And that's really the key think about it. It's as easy as one plus one equals two going into retirement, you should figure out how much money you need a month. Now, not everybody's like they sample that you said two hundred fifty thousand dollars yet. Right right number. But if you need six thousand dollars a month, and we can look you in the eye after sitting down to you and say, we can provide sixty five hundred dollars a month net, you know, after taxes you're going to be relief. I've never heard anybody complain about having to you world is off the your weight is off your shoulders that they know I think it's really important understand how critical that is. To make sure you do in return. What we call the red zone. Ten years before you retire the ten years after you retire if you have any questions folks, right now, if you're listening, you have any questions you're saying, you know, that sounds good. But I don't know what do I even begin not only on Sundays we hit educate but throughout the week where hit educate and help. So give us a call reach out to us. Maybe it's just the conversation. Maybe it's a phone call. We can have some quick questions. Maybe it's a face to face meeting. But you can reach us always at eight seven seven six three zero eight seven eight seven again that number is eight seven seven six three zero eight seven eight seven in around we meet so many people throughout the year. And I would say that many people that haven't gone through this process really sort of keep score on how well they're doing by the just simply the rate of return, they're earning on their portfolio. Yeah. When people come in they they wanna do better more often than not than what they're currently doing. That's why they're they're seeking other. Advisors are seeking our help. It's not always about that. When they come in, especially when you are like retired. I mean reminds me of these people that came in a few years back, and they came to a really sort of too late. And they were hoping for a, you know, the magic wand that we can we can wave and solve their problems. They said they retired some a dozen or so years ago, and when they retire they had a million dollars. They went to that guy. And they said, look, we only need forty forty five grand. The guy says no problem, we've been averaging, you know, seven eight and even some years double digit returns, you'll be fine. As long as you'll have more than enough to retire on. Well, guess what? They retired just at the wrong time in two thousand and between two thousand one two thousand two thousand one two thousand and two they lost literally like half their money. Sad news is they still needed. They forty fifty grand a year. So, you know, by two thousand and four they had like five hundred and something thousand bucks and the guy went back to the guy and the guys don't worry. We'll come back. Mark. It always comes back. Does you know an average whatever eight percent, and he was right? It came back. So they got a little bit of of a slack around the caller the little bit of breathing room. But they still needed the forty five fifty thousand dollars. But now, it's not from a million. It's from a half a million which is close to ten percent withdrawal rate, which is very hard to do. But the market comes back. So they get a little bit of money. But we all remember what happened two thousand and eight. So by the time at the moral of the story is by the time, they came to us they needed to take our forty forty five thousand dollars a year on a portfolio of about three hundred and fifty grand. And there was nothing. You could have done any differently at some point. They would run out of money. And that's not a discussion you want to be having with your spouse your family. Yeah. There's nothing wrong with taking on some risk of trying to shoot for the stars. When you're when you're younger days. But when you're in retirement, it's not about. Hitting the grand slam because when you try to hit the grand slam you strike out more often than there's nothing wrong with singles and doubles. And maybe even the occasional walk. Right. You just want consistency. Try to get on base baby. Risk and get into the finish line. Yeah. So one of the things that were very aware of is the ability to make sure that you have enough money to retire on. And we always think back to our guiding principles. Our two rules Ryan rule number one. Just don't lose the money in rural number two. Don't forget rule number one. And those guiding principles really helped us create our three sixty five retirement plan. It's a five step process, and I won't bore you with details. But what the three sixty five retirement plan would do for you one. It will give you a written plan a roadmap. It's a GPS. It's a map, you know, call it what you want. But it's it's there in front of you to tell you what you have what it looks like how well it's doing. And then what the three sixty five retirement plan would do for you probably the most important thing as we said earlier as well. Christine Benz of MorningStar also alluded to. Earlier is to make sure you know, where your incomes gonna come from. So we mathematically test your portfolio from the withdrawal that you need to see if it's going to last, and if you know what's going to last man, let me tell you you're gonna feel pretty good about your retirement. If we're doing it five years before you retire. We determine that it's not going to lash at least it gives you the ability to make some changes in the fix the problem. So Mike, let's help some folks right here. Absolutely. And thanks again salmon Ryan for doing. This guy's folks has highs the market's been this year. We recently saw those gains wiped out in just three weeks if you're close to.

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"sam ryan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"sam ryan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Seven eight seven if you have some time, we certainly have some time to help you as well and back to social security, one of the things I I hear that kind of bothers me a little bit is when someone comes in in there say they're sixty three and they plan on working to sixty seven. I said, oh, what are your social security number? So I started collecting already at sixty two. I said well, did you need it? No. I just wanted to get as much out as I can't. Well, it's not the right answer just to kind of try to extract as much from social security to try to beat the system so to speak. Maybe if you waited a few years or your way to your retirement age you coulda had a better chance of success. And that's ultimately what it comes down to when we put these three sixty five plants together. It's getting you to the highest probability of success to achieve all your retirement goals, and we mathematically test that out three sixty five retirement plan, one of the factors that go in. Yes. Of course, you know, probably the number one thing that people want us to help them with is to grow. Oh them money. That's really important. But also understanding where your income sources are coming from of which one of them is very important so security, so when it makes some sense to make the right decision. Not just guess and when you have that probability of success analyzed. We can mathematically test to see if what you need out of your portfolio is gonna be okay or not. Okay. Yeah. Your retirement years could potentially be as long as you're working years. And I'm sure on your working years. You were worried about your income always salary was right? So you should be just as worried about what your income without Alary is in retirement, I'll three sixty five retirement plan addresses all of those things again, it's a five step process to get there. We call it the three sixty five retirement plan. We couldn't be too creative because this five days in a year. But in that plan what it is. Is it lays everything out? So you can see right in front of you. What you have a puts a spotlight on it. What it does? Is is again as I said earlier, mathematically tests to see what you've saved is going to last you for your lifetime. And what that means is you're going to know if it's going to be okay, then you can move onto to easy decisions. Or if it's not what you need to do today to make sure that you're on the right track. Hey, mike. Let's pause here for a second. Let's help some people would love to do that. Sam folks, if you are listening right now, and you're thinking, wow, they have just described my situation. Now's a great opportunity for you. What Sam Ryan and John and the entire team at Rabin online..

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"sam ryan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"sam ryan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of date. People are living longer. They're working longer. And it should be raised the mortality table should be changed. It's a good time to take a look at some of these retirement rules same lane finally something the government's doing for our benefit for once. Yes. Yes. Yes. So let's see if that goes into effect. I think it's a critical component of somebody's retirement plans. Specially today Mike when people are living longer and longer. So just imagine you're going to retirement you have this money saved. You really careful about not having that money. Go away. You don't really want to use it. 'cause you think you might live a long time. Now, all of a sudden they've foreseen is take the money out at seventy and a half when you actually need it with the new proposal if they're saying, hey, maybe the new rules seventy four seventy five that gives you the opportunity to let that grow into use it for later on. So I think it's a really important thing for people to consider in. I don't see why it shouldn't be increase in an age of social security for retirement age is increasing. But depending on when you were born why isn't the right, in fact, we talk a lot about the upcoming workshops just this this coming week, we spend maybe fifteen minutes a whole segment on required. Minimum. Distributions. We spent another entire segment on withdrawals different withdrawal strategies, and how people can maximize their income how people can protect their future in retirement. So anybody that hasn't taken the time to learn more about your required. Minimum distribution rules. Please join us at upcoming workshop this week. Yeah. Folks, you thought saving for retirement and preparing for retirement was difficult. Well, the hard part is gonna make your money last in retirement. Good news is that Sam Ryan, and John and the team at Rubio in laying there here for you..

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"sam ryan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"sam ryan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of date. People are living longer. They're working longer. And it should be raised the mortality table should be changed. It's a good time to take a look at some of these retirement rules Samnang finally something the government's doing for our benefit for once. I can't imagine. Yes. Yes. Yes. So let's see if that goes into effect. I think it's a critical component of somebody's retirement plans. Specially today Mike when people are living longer and longer. So just imagine you go into retirement, you have this money saved. You really careful about not having that money. Go away. You don't really want to use it because you think you might live a long time. Now, all of a sudden, they force you take the money out at seventy and a half when you don't actually need it with the new proposal if the saying, hey, maybe the new rules seventy four seventy five that gives you the opportunity to let that grow into us a for later on. So I think it's a really important thing to people to consider. And I don't see why it shouldn't be increase in an age of if social security for retirement age is increasing depending on when you were born why isn't the rule? In fact, we talk a lot about the arm dis in in our upcoming workshops. Just this coming week. We spend maybe fifteen minutes whole segment on required. Minimum. Distributions responding. Another entire segment on withdrawals, different withdrawal strategies, and how people can maximize their income how people can protect their future in retirement. So for anybody that hasn't taken the time to learn more about your required. Minimum distribution rules. Please join us at upcoming workshops this week. Yeah. Folks, you thought saving for retirement and preparing for retirement was difficult. Well, the hard part is how you gonna make your money last in retirement. Good news. Is that Sam Ryan, and John and the team at Rubio in laying there here for you..

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"sam ryan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"sam ryan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Like. I said we we we've made our points very clear and we hope that this at the end, of the day we all wanna lay in. The same place I would like to get to the. To the landing spot as fast as possible Can't Mr I'm seeing Cecilia. Today I think I don't know if I'm seeing or. Not Well they do They don't trade fairly with us on a number. Of of issues I think I'm a person who wanted to. Go get tips so I guess I'm a little bit out of the mainstream on these things I believe is important that we lower our trade barriers. To one another they do have higher tariffs on our products in certain. Areas in, agriculture in particular we have, a big beef no pun intended with with the Europeans. Vincis as well but I think it's important that we work together to reduce trade barriers and trade restrictions. Between our countries this friction that we're having is long as it results in lowering barriers and making it easier for us to access foreign markets and have. Reciprocal trade. Agreements that's great that is hopefully where we can end up with this question. Back their weight who's gonna? Ask last, question. Yes, there yes Sam Ryan came with dad. For work. Today so therefore Sam Ryan gets the distinction to that honor today all right. Thanks everybody have a good? One, take, care Speaker of the house Paul, Ryan on Capitol Hill earlier today joined by the majority leader. Kevin McCarthy the whip Steve Scalise the conference chair Cathy McMorris Rogers and joining them French hill Republican congressman from Arkansas couple of questions about tariffs Associated Press reporting coach, department is announcing twelve billion dollars in a. Short term plan to help you as farmers hurt by retaliatory tariffs from China and elsewhere officials at the agriculture. Department saying the plan will not require congressional approval it. Involves direct payments to farmers purchase of excess food and.

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"sam ryan" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"sam ryan" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"Friends it's time for the signal oil program the whistler rated by independent research the most popular west coast program in the history of radio and all the whistler strange story the lady and the night it was only three in the afternoon but the hotel cocktail lounge near the railroad depot and omaha was buzzing with customers caught there between train in the dock of a corner booth marley cars sat with a portly gentleman and the salt and pepper his name was sam ryan and he loved to talk morally on the other hand love to listen in his kind of business he often founded profitable to strike up an acquaintanceship with an overindulgence stranger in a bar and the minute he saw the man in the salt and pepper suit morley smelled money no china listen mr i know china like the palm of my hand from vaping hong kong spent a lotta time there sam's chicks us been fired off a every english speaking newspaper in the orient great tell them to get working on komo and that'll be a dollar twenty oh here let me get no no no no this is my party to keep the chain thank you sir you shouldn't have done that sam was myra forget i like you pal i like the way you talk like the way you wear clothes if i had the crush i offered to buy that over cold you got on yeah don't you get it got it.

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"sam ryan" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast

The Cracked Podcast

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"sam ryan" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast

"Bit in order to make these movies work they always have to conveniently fast forward like sometimes they'll have like a flashback of like as ambi being discovered and there's like one year later i mean ones obvious don't ask don't ask how it happened but maybe the future will judge us for that because it'd be really they weren't able to handle these things like what kind of world do they live in those slow moving predators like why weren't they taken out by wolves if they couldn't handle these slow shambling dumb predator like no predator instincts yang has you backed away where you're talking about nights and sam ryan stuff like maybe it really will seem to the future like our era had no governments or laws and i we there are like corners of the world where there are a lot of problems and there's disorder but yeah maybe i read on history has also driven by this fiction where a couple of heroes have to go fix everything when in actuality there were like you know lords who were relatively organized i think in general golota fiction you know in order to be scary it is a form of scaremongering right like their scaremongering about the mentally ill their scaremongering about inner city crime and about an impending collapse of civilization i think in general most scaremongering looks ridiculous to future generations the same way we called out like those old drug exploitation movies and how silly now it's like if the roofer gets into your system it will scramble your brain they're they're people who immediately went into a coma because they could not handle the high the devil weed and you look back at like you know science fiction movies from the nineteen fifties when when nuclear power was new and they knew they were dangerous but they didn't want the dangerous were so it was always like this aguado was near a nuclear test site and now it's five hundred stories tall and his rampaging through the city's like they were so sure that somehow radiation would make animals huge.

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"sam ryan" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"sam ryan" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"In the country the costs are going up and i think if the republican party gets back to that they could turn this thing around real quick but it's just it's a real problem as we speak sam ryan have this plan spac edged up and passed in his house mitch mcconnell couldn't get consensus around this this is mitch mcconnell's fault well there certainly is a little bit of blame on that but you have to remember that when he offered up his bill he had the freedom caucus in an uproar because they felt like he wasn't going with what he campaigned on and they spent a lot of time and energy fighting and if you listen to a lot of members of the freedom caucus who've been on tv talking about the healthcare bill they had the same rhetoric paul ryan had you know when they're on the campaign trail and i think that was just that started the whole thing in the wrong direction and you know i mean that's a big reason why the republicans got in and i think they gotta get back to that and get that wrapped up you think that plays for the state elections i mean we're talking really national elections but there's so much tied to scott walker in all of the things that are happening in wisconsin and in those conversations aren't about healthcare they're going to go back to healthcare when the democrats start building seen here they're going to be pushing for single payer and they're going to be forced right back into this discussion salt you know it is a big part of our economy a market base system like paul ryan wanted i think would do a lot to help employers that would help scott walker again it all goes hand in hand these this is a national issue that has repercussions in every single state some are worse than others but they're there and they have to get back to that sam thanks for the call we've got bob greenfield on the tax accurate talk and text line it's four one four seven nine nine one.

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"sam ryan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"sam ryan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The game was one thing with don't change the basic concept of baseball you know it will wither up rely software will put a guy behind second beijing i know you don't don't it don't mess with they'll come back with your take on nablus the mets and yankees also but coming up next the westwood one olympic update all the latest on the game westwood one presents a special report on the 2018 pyong chang olympic winter games canada was seeking its fifth consecutive olympic gold medal the us was seeking its first in twenty years and for the third consecutive time it was the us and canada playing in the gold medal game in women's hockey it was a shootout were jostle lemerre which scored the goahead goal i just i knew a now and then we're going to get a dietary mistake behind because i knew we were going to celebrate with matt he was going to south at us just gotta blacked out a little bit earlier remember what happened but dream come true dream come true that courtesy of nbc twenty year old matti rudy made twenty nine saves for the us in the three two win the us men finish one in two the free ski halfpipe david wise defending his goals alex ferreira takes the silver in snowboarding eric and jamie anderson takes the silver and women's big air and in the women's combo lindsay vaughan missed the gate and slow and failed to finish american michaela schifrin we take the silver with this update on the 2018 olympics i'm sam ryan westwood one sports shoppers cleaner on fourteen clean up on to fourteen soup imprint occur someone dropped a jar pickles a pickles at the superdome print kosher pickles applicable deep boxing and a big.

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"sam ryan" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"sam ryan" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Marathon is i am ready to go i had a couple of vince is in order ghana rented a philadelphia marathon which is a couple of weeks after by the way september of november 17th i think it had the who came here on that now yet neither all of your own this was last year i did a couple of its last this morning with the teeth suddenly eighty what are you in the first grave why did the last name everybody else partly as iit he actually hello my name is he did i i did a child like a talk with tiki at the new york city married villian and central park cold zipser pitcher some landlords try to look young with the neon sadza derivative i would be so i was a kt tape thanks on the docks the match the katie take whatever you do what i got to coordinate i i feel yao but i did a talk of tiki and they were asked me about my experiences with nyerere thon and i said put your name somewhere on your body on your personal and your clothes whether it's on your bed which they new york city or a a new york roadrunners usually doesn't give except to celebrities but you can put it on your shirt so here i am with with sam ryan who we all know ftas same great love a great memo to be network casella already a georgia over here's a chef and yatta mcfadden who is amazing she's one i mean at three in a row these new york city marathon the wheelchair division abu route 13 for kids of runners just running at central park at the finish line so it was pretty cool so that's where you will you rand today yeah particularly short just coupled on a couple of air out the one hundred meters hook up is like a shakeout mad at the put a few audio let's not where you down there hoards it attiki talk and they were asked me my advice as it put your name somewhere on your body organic or on your shirt or or wherever wikileaks erupted no while that to govern the backside of your bit but because at some point you are going to be like man mike was sugar my blood sugar as low a feel you're going to start the.

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"sam ryan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"sam ryan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"On friday and fits a triple eight say espn than what you've got great night great night good game your game uh i'm a cardinal fan but uh but that trip do you know or coq prayer and buffet area thing about the past what genes up done in the past waiting on the dollar jewish those old ego silly there are observed the biggest boulders air perry so very go how i mean how quick they forget in that state the cargo last year breaking that one hundred an eight years three of not winning a world series and how quickly they forget one year low later cubs fan already jaded although he's the cardinals mansi no he's going with them but cults fans tonight the mid again got seven nothing they gave up vase l k was the party we gotta go fights of alcohol we gotta growth acts the food there's no reason for us the stay here and watch this carnage eleven one dodges winning in game five on their way to the world series even clayton kershaw got soaked up when he thought the sam ryan after the game on cbs when he he could he even get the words dodges in the world series out before he got soaked up dave roberts even mention that is dodgers manager he knows exactly how much of that meant to him and that organization radiant fits brought to you by dollarshaveclub you can upgrade to save him with a fresh blade whenever you want for a fraction of the price joint dollarshaveclub dot com today jane's in new york listing on espn radio ninety eight point.

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"sam ryan" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"sam ryan" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Rizzo set up city of pitched anthony razor with a base open in a one one game and rizzo i have to say i like anthony rizzo i do know i wish he was in black and orange when he was being interviewed after the game i was a sam ryan or whoever was i was looking to go can you imagine the student black and orange right now this whole king presence in black and aren't but he was wearing blue and red but he was like yeah i can't believe the pitch to me and apparently reporter said he was yelling respect me the big thing now we're slovak me are you allowed to say that when you hit a little blue per up that even a yet a week is this happens a fall can you wolf when you do that we see that that kind of wolfang in that kind of attitude these are the reasons why i don't really like the cubs were term me off last year that whole kind of swaggering swedish cocky brand a ball they play their great they're they're they're champions it fell yeah i'm just saying this is the kind of stuff in a like about the cubs geno respect to me whereas i blew point in cubs dodgers there's no question right i mean why the cubs have a better chance to take the dodgers outright i mean honestly don't you think i would agree with you on that and i was surprised admire feeling make critical gave tons he said either team would give the dodges a handful did not to i mean crook knows more baseball forgot more baseball that all ever know in my gut the cubs would be a tough for my job i kind of agree with that i just feel like the cubs from our battletested i feel like the nazis and a cubs have taken them out before yeah so i think that's a nice little advantage of psychological a and i just feel like the nats two stone this is don't have yet or not there yet area maybe not yet i don't have the guts and glory man a dump anyway watson glory nice all fun stuff to keep talking about 8 away kabia is the phone number warriors a week away baseball emanation games all over the place the forty nine ers move in some veterans to the.

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