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"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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09:16 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Three eight one three eight one one have to wonder why obscene had the sheets and is in his cell that weren't the kind that are breakable I guess or break away they could use that to hang them so they just some weird stuff here not for conspiracy or anything but if you are serious detective a reporter you really want to find out what the hell happened right now does she work at CNN or MSNBC already know what happened Donald Trump tweeted so reminder on podcasts you can sign up for free absolutely free we want as many people signed up as possible in case our shows preempted said with baseball or for football or you know its tape delayed in you want to hear live whatever it is he can hear our podcasts go to mark Levin show dot com that's my radio website page or a big mother ship mark Levin show dot com click on the audio re one it's the middle of the top of the homepage metal the top of the homepage and then you'll get the podcast page and then you can just pick which one you prefer Google podcasts as an example apple podcast entrance so forth so we want as many of you as possible to be part of that families so you know you can do your own program director if necessary if necessary gives you options let's say you're in an area where I don't have an affiliate let's say you're overseas even her let's say any of these things whether we have a growing contingent of overseas listeners because of the podcast very very cool very cool our friends over bright part eight W. R. Hawkins the most recent FBI crime stats show that more people were killed and twenty seventeen with hammers and clubs that were killed were rifles of any kind now of course you won't hear this anywhere else but bright pardon my repeating it because it it destroys the narrative Breitbart news report of the most recent numbers those for twenty seventeen on September twenty six twenty eighteen those figures show that four hundred sixty seven people were killed with blunt objects hammers clubs eccentric well four hundred three were killed were rifles on the truth this most people I kill with pistols pistols rifles stills actually more people are killed with automobiles and the pistols hello hello we need automobile control it must be noted that the category of rifles used by the FBI includes bold action pump action single shot semi automatic so those those the left describes as assault weapons this means only a percentage of the four hundred three deaths attributable to rifles what have been carried out with a so called assault weapon so the gap between the number of persons beaten to death with hammers a clubs versus those kill with assault weapons quote unquote we'll be even greater than the gap between those who died in a hammer club attack versus those who died being shot with rifles of any kind Breitbart news also reported that the twenty seventeen crime figures show one thousand five hundred ninety nine it should be ninety one people were killed what knives are cutting instruments while again four hundred three were killer rifles this means nearly four times as many people were stabbed to death as for kill with any kind of rifle get Democrats are pushing an assault weapons ban quite a quite a Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says legislation for such a ban will be front and center when the Senate convenes isn't it lovely so again the reaction has really nothing to do with the cause it will have no effect whatsoever none Cory Booker this is from the Jewish insiders senator Cory Booker would not say on Saturday if he thought that Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu was a racist this court Becker is really a slime ball absolute slime ball may I say that yes I may he's going to call everybody a racist instead Booker one of many twenty twenty democratic candidates for president campaigning at the Iowa state fair in des Moines Iowa on Saturday took umbrage at the question from the Jewish inside several democratic presidential contenders including former Texas congressman Francis Rourke choosing Robert Francis roar senator Bernie Sanders had recently label Netanyahu a racist imagine this however speaking to the Jerusalem post last week house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer said I don't think he's a racist period now you know what I think very strongly Sir is that we have a crisis with Israel right now because said in response to the question Israel's let's say under president trump then it was before we literally have a president right now that has allowed Iran to have a super highway through Syria that literally announces by tweet that he's pulling our troops at a which which puts Israel more risk with a president who's breaking the tradition of democratic and Republican presidents in the past by turning his back on the commitment to a two state solution we've been president that's not good doing what he should be doing to protect that region he's pulling away from a nuclear deal now as he's making Arango perilously towards it what an idiot this guy voted for the Iran deal and then oppose what trump did in pulling out of the Iran deal now he says you know we're unilaterally leaving Syria which have turns out we're not but under his scenario why would it matter two state solution two state solution with home Cory Booker is not fit to be a senator let alone present in the United States he really is and he's an absolute don't calf the European Union ladies and gentleman and sat still around I'm afraid so the European Union is poised to mandate for my friend Adam credo over there at at the free beacon is the mandate that Israeli products made in contested territories that would be two day and summarily trying contested in my mind Kerry consumer warning labels a decision that could trigger American anti boycott laws and open up but legal experts describe as a Pandora's box of litigation according to multiple sources involved in legal dispute the advocate general the European Court of justice recently issued non binding opinion arguing that the E. U. law requires Israeli made products to be labeled as coming from settlements and Israeli colonies you know this is so outrageous the Jews have been intraday and Samaria longer the most Europeans have been where they are does anybody question France's claim on its territory of course not then I go through every one of these damn countries none of them are as old as the Jewish Palestine none of the the decision was seen as a major win for supporters of the anti you know of all the countries they just can't leave the Israelis along they can't and they won't they can't and they walk there should be a warning label when anything is sold if there is such a thing from the Palestinian authority in the areas that they control what do you think of that man I can't do that mark but anti semitism in the European Union runs very very deep just remember wasn't that long ago seventy five eighty years ago really wasn't LA is general we come back a very very serious issue I discuss this without yeah coup Boyens last night a wonderful guest on life liberty and love in this issue of sex trafficking and sex slave involving in all adults too but mostly little kids and young teenagers is very serious it's grave and it's spreading in our own country I want you to hear some of this I'll be right back van.

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"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

09:12 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Sheets and is in his songs that weren't the kind that are breakable I guess or break away they could use that to hang them so they just some weird stuff here not for conspiracy or anything but if you are serious detective a reporter you really want to find out what the hell happened right not if you work at CNN or MSNBC already know what happened Donald Trump tweeted so reminder on podcasts you can sign up for free absolutely free we want as many people to sign up as possible in case our shows preempted say with baseball or or football or you know its tape delayed anyone here live whatever this he can hear our podcasts go to mark Levin show dot com that's my radio website page are big mother ship mark Levin show dot com click on the audio re one it's the middle of the top of the homepage middle the top of the homepage and then you'll get the podcast page and then you can just pick which one you prefer Google podcasts as an example apple podcast stitch and so forth so we want as many of you as possible to be part of that family so you know you can be your own program director if necessary if necessary gives you options let's say you're in an area where I don't have an affiliate let's say you're overseas even her let's say any of these things whether we have a growing contingent of overseas listeners because of the podcast very very cool very cool our friends over bright part eight W. R. Hawkins the most recent FBI crime stats show that more people were killed and twenty seventeen with hammers and clubs that were killed were rifles of any kind now of course you won't hear this anywhere else but bright pardon my repeating it because it it destroys the narrative Breitbart news reporter the most recent numbers those for twenty seventeen on September twenty six twenty eighteen those figures show that four hundred sixty seven people were killed with blunt objects hammers clubs eccentric well four hundred three were killed were rifles not the truth this most people I kill with pistols pistols I rifles stills and actually more people are killed with automobiles and with pistols hello hello we need automobile control it must be noted that the category of rifles used by the FBI includes bold action pump action single shot semi automatic so those those left describes as assault weapons this means only a percentage of the four hundred three deaths available to rifles what have been carried out with a so called assault weapon so the gap between the number of persons beaten to death with hammers and clubs versus those kill with assault weapons quote unquote we'll be even greater than the gap between those who died in a hammer club attack versus those who died being shot with rifles of any kind Breitbart news also reported that the twenty seventeen crime figures showed one thousand five hundred ninety nine it should be ninety one people were killed what knives are cutting instruments while again four hundred three were killer rifles this means nearly four times as many people were stabbed to death as for kill with any kind of rifle the Democrats are pushing an assault weapons ban quite a quite a Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says legislation for such a ban will be front and center when the Senate convenes isn't it lovely so again the reaction has really nothing to do with the cause it will have no effect whatsoever none Cory Booker this is from the Jewish insider senator Cory Booker would not sound Saturday if he thought that Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu was a racist this Corey Baker is really a slime ball absolute slime ball may I say that yes I may he's going to call everybody a racist instead Booker one of many twenty twenty democratic candidates for president campaigning at the Iowa state fair in des Moines Iowa on Saturday took umbrage at the question from the Jewish inside several democratic presidential contenders including former Texas congressman Francis Rourke choosing Robert Francis Rourke senator Bernie Sanders I recently label Netanyahu a racist imagine this however speaking to the Jerusalem post last week house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer said I don't think he's a racist period now you know what I think very strongly Sir is that we have a crisis with Israel right now Booker said in response to the question Israel's let's say under president trump then it was before we literally have a president right now that has allowed Iran to have a super highway through Syria that literally announces by tweet that he's pulling our troops at a which which puts Israel more risk we've a president who's breaking the tradition of democratic and Republican presidents in the past by turning his back on the commitment to a two state solution we were president that's not good doing what he should be doing to protect that region he's pulling away from a nuclear deal now as he's making Arango perilously towards it what an idiot this guy voted for the Iran deal and then oppose what trump did in pulling out of the Iran deal now he says you know we're unilaterally leaving Syria which have turns out we're not but under his scenario why would it matter two state solution two state solution with home with whom Cory Booker is not fit to be a senator let alone president the United States he really is and he's an absolute don't cough the European Union ladies and gentleman said still around I'm afraid so the European Union is poised to mandate for my friend Adam credo over there at the at the F. free beacon is poised to mandate that Israeli products made in contested territories that would be two day and summarily trying contested in my mind Kerry consumer warning labels a decision that could trigger American anti boycott laws and open up a legal experts describe as a Pandora's box of litigation according to multiple sources involved in legal dispute the advocate general the European Court of justice recently issued non binding opinion arguing that the E. U. law requires Israeli made products to be labeled as coming from settlements and Israeli colonies you know this is so outrageous the Jews have been intraday and Samaria longer the most Europeans have been where they are does anybody question France's claim on its territory of course not then I go through every one of these damn countries none of them are as old as the Jewish Palestine none of them the decision was seen as a major win for supporters of the anti you know of all the countries they just can't leave the Israelis along they can't and they won't they can't and they walk there should be a warning label when anything is sold if there is such a thing from the Palestinian authority in the area said they control what do you think of that man I can't do that mark but anti semitism in the European Union runs very very deep just remember wasn't that long ago seventy five eighty years ago really wasn't Holly's general we come back a very very serious issue I discuss this without ya coup volumes last night a wonderful guest on life liberty and live in this issue of sex trafficking and sex slave involving you know adults too but mostly little kids and young teenagers is very serious it's grave and it's spreading in our own country and I want you to hear some of this I'll be right back van.

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"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

09:14 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on KTRH

"Living here are number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one have to wonder why obscene had the sheets and is in his cell phone but weren't the kind that are breakable I guess or break away they could use that to hang them so they just some weird stuff here not for conspiracy or anything but if you are serious detective a reporter you really want to find out what the hell happened right now does he work at CNN or MSNBC already know what happened Donald Trump tweeted so reminder on podcasts you can sign up for free absolutely free we want as many people signed up as possible in case our shows preempted say with baseball or or football or you know its tape delayed in you want to hear live whatever this you can hear our podcasts go to mark living show dot com that's my radio website pager big mother ship mark Levin show dot com click on the audio re one it's the middle of the top of the homepage middle the top of the homepage and then you'll get the podcast page and then you can just pick which one you prefer Google podcasts as an example apple podcast stitch and so forth so we want as many as possible to be part of that family so you know you can be your own program director if necessary if necessary gives you options let's say you're in an area where I don't have an affiliate let's say you're overseas even her let's say any of these things whether we have a growing contingent of overseas listeners because of the podcast very very cool very cool our friends over bright part A. W. R. Hawkins the most recent FBI crime stats show that more people were killed and twenty seventeen with hammers and clubs there were killed were rifles of any kind now of course you won't hear this anywhere else but bright pardon my repeating it because it it destroys the narrative Breitbart news reporter the most recent numbers those for twenty seventeen on September twenty six twenty eighteen those figures show that four hundred sixty seven people were killed with blunt objects hammers clubs eccentric well four hundred three were killed were rifles know the truth this most people I kill with pistols pistols I rifles pistols and actually more people are killed with automobiles and with pistols hello hello we need automobile control it must be noted that the category of rifles used by the FBI includes bold action pump action single shot semi automatic as well as those left describes as assault weapons this means only a percentage of the four hundred three deaths attributable to rifles what have been carried out with a so called assault weapon so the gap between the number of persons beaten to death with hammers and clubs versus those kill with assault weapons quote unquote we'll be even greater than the gap between those who died in a hammer club attack versus those who died being shot with rifles of any kind Breitbart news also reported that the twenty seventeen crime figures showed one thousand five hundred ninety nine it should be ninety one people were killed with knives are cutting instruments while again four hundred three were killer rifles this means nearly four times as many people were stabbed to death as for kill with any kind of rifle get Democrats are pushing an assault weapons ban quite a quite a Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says legislation for such a ban will be front and center when the Senate convenes isn't it lovely so again the reaction has really nothing to do with the cause it will have no effect whatsoever none Cory Booker this is from the Jewish insider senator Cory Booker would not sound Saturday if he thought that Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu was a racist this court Becker is really a slime ball absolute slime ball may I say that yes I may he's going to call everybody a racist instead Booker one of many twenty twenty democratic candidates for president campaigning at the Iowa state fair in des Moines Iowa on Saturday took umbrage at the question from the Jewish inside are several democratic presidential contenders including former Texas congressman Francis Rourke choose me Robert Francis roar senator Bernie Sanders I recently label Netanyahu a racist imagine this however speaking to the Jerusalem post last week house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer said I don't think he's a racist period now you know what I think very strongly Sir is that we have a crisis with Israel right now Booker said response to the question Israel's let's say under president trump then it was before we literally have a president right now that has allowed Iran to have a super highway through Syria that literally announces by tweet that he's pulling our troops at a which which puts Israel more risk we've a president who's breaking the tradition of democratic and Republican presidents in the past by turning his back on the commitment to a two state solution with the president that's not good doing what he should be doing to protect that region he's pulling away from a nuclear deal now as he's making Arango perilously towards it what an idiot this guy voted for the Iran deal and then oppose what trump did in pulling out of the Iran deal now he says you know we're unilaterally leaving Syria which have turns out we're not but under his scenario why would it matter two state solution two state solution with home with whom Cory Booker is not fit to be a senator let alone president the United States he really is and he's an absolute don't cough the European Union ladies and gentleman and sat still around I'm afraid so the European Union is poised to mandate for my friend Adam credo over there at at the F. free beacon is poised to mandate that Israeli products made in contested territories that would be two day and summarily trying contested in my mind Kerry consumer warning labels a decision that could trigger American anti boycott laws and open up but legal experts describe as a Pandora's box of litigation according to multiple sources involved in legal dispute the advocate general the European Court of justice recently issued non binding opinion arguing that the E. U. law requires Israeli made products to be labeled as coming from settlements and Israeli colonies you know this is so outrageous the Jews have been intraday and Samaria longer the most Europeans have been where they are does anybody question France's claim on its territory of course not and I go through every one of these damn countries none of them are as old as the Jewish Palestine none of them the decision was seen as a major win for supporters of the anti you know of all the countries they just can't leave the Israelis along they can't and they won't they can't and they walk there should be a warning label when anything is sold if there is such a thing from the Palestinian authority in the area said they control what do you think of that now I can't do that mark but anti semitism in the European Union runs very very deep just remember wasn't that long ago seventy five eighty years ago really was Holly's general we come back a very very serious issue I discuss this without Yaqoob volumes last night a wonderful guest on life liberty in love in this issue of sex trafficking and sex slave involving in all adults too but mostly little kids and young teenagers yes very serious it's grave and it's spreading in our own country and I want you to hear some of this I'll be right back.

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"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Samaria anybody question France's claim on its territory of course not then I go through every one of these damn countries none of them are as old as the Jewish Palestine none of the the decision was seen as a major win for supporters of the anti you know of all the countries they just can't leave the Israelis along they can't and they won't they can't and they won't there should be a warning label when anything is sold if there is such a thing from the Palestinian authority in the area said they control what do you think of that man I can't do that mark but anti semitism in the European Union runs very very deep just remember wasn't that long ago seventy five eighty years ago really wasn't hi ladies get when we come back a very very serious issue I discuss this without Yaqoob Boyens last night a wonderful guest on life liberty and love in this issue of sex trafficking and sex slave involving in all adults too but mostly little kids and young teenagers yes very serious it's grave and it's spreading in our own country and I want you to hear some of this I'll be right back van.

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"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Announcement to make you're gonna find shocking Saturday night I'm with that guy right there Joe Nuxhall miracle field in Fairfield sake man and I I didn't play how many years did we play baseball haven't through for at least yes we played a lot believe it or not that guy is an athlete yeah I I've seen a lot and I saw a person when he worked there are you know what some of pickle ball court I've seen hitting the baseball running catching I was shocked in in the race car always what they call a sleeper like you just didn't look like he be there but when you get him on the track get on the field he goes one of our times of baseball having on set with Joe on the bench and he's the manager it was a terrible man looks all was a terrible manager but none the less segments batting is a swinging by down the third baseline and say begins is tracked the first the third baseman had to be one at least twenty feet off the bag probably seventy five eighty years old but he begins his truck and get the ball on the needs of over the top of the first base something I'd sex going to get it we call it a day he gets about ten feet short of first and falls backwards sniper got me back and I'm looking in Joe's nudge me said without a heart attack and I said all Joe this doesn't look good he's got his arms out his legs out back on the ground looking straight up at like six feet from the base at all hi I go what does it say the ball is still in the first guy I see I look up I'm thinking I'm dead first guy look up and see if they can why does god look on those number sixteen was that you okay I said yeah but I was like my late I felt my leg of this I thought it was a detached you gonna hammy all that's what he said Ron I pulled my hand and at this point but for a card all from the back that was sitting on the other feel I'm back the clowns and that clown said no we better not get we can't take it we got to get it back how they want to see this even though I mean I've I've pulled a newer same strings I've seen many people pull hamstrings normally they don't go down usually kind of give a little has anyone back backwards Joan I walk out there I said he might be dead because he's not moving got to pull my hair six but that guy was a catcher for double headers squatting am I correct yes never war chest protectors got flood protection and we're a massively sun warm bass now that you know I I never land when I asked a cop right you need to know one another so that guy's an athlete do you believe it not not not why does it always happen to me yes or no doesn't say just a minute what we with you and all that I am one can argue with the results I can say that the looks of this and that all day long but factor matters he beat us war war one better Stanley it was a competitive one like fifteen twelve like fifteen three correct and stay at eighty five year old and say whipped up on you and me like it was nothing I have much of a partner we were at a better chance well the white kid Chriss texted instead is a group of gypsies selling segmentation it's an Arby's giving any now I know nothing about this segmentation that's what kid Chris says an Arby's parking lot is that's possible I don't think so rocky what about your bangles swimming by the gate go to guide what does not start off well not riven Tyler dragon on at will exactly when you were trying to track him down he was at the field in Dayton on Saturday and he was one interview and taller boy do I made it comments about the field I don't know I I don't know if that was a major factor was or not there is an Arby's across the street keep talking rock so here's my question say here's the one thing I have a little bit of an issue with yeah that is John Ross not being available for the first day of camp because of a hamstring tightness right now at this stage of the game he should know his the quirks of his body every player has something writers say they there for hamstrings or get tired or their heads lectures poor they get sore kos I for instance got EM hip flexors always one on me so you do extra rehab you do stretches you things like that to maintain just part of being a pro how does he not ready for the first day I pulled my growing all the time I don't I mean a judge I just just mad because it's not amend this opportunity and greens not there right new life new regime changes number like everything's new except for the fact that he's still on filter Johnny Williams can't play AJ grains gone John Ross can't play do the bangles get the hell over wire out baby anthrax infused jerseys to keep them infected so that they cannot I think that a bubble wrap the day with the the communications you have you can talk to people anytime anywhere how about that there we go don't have to use our telegraph and a more secular but a lot Bob betting Alice's waiting from the stadium remember him yeah Betsy is wives inviting me over for flank steak I'm taking you is the tester I thank Beth some of the great man tumbles if you fall with the mouth well yeah the astute orders a probe servers over local temp star heating and air conditioning dealers ten star quality you can feel it said to that a call Sheldon brown and brown heating at three eight five seventy seven sixty five Sega's added in sports yeah that's tonight well the but AJ green rolls into the locker room today on a scooter rolls and put in a boot roles Maria Sharapova and Venus Williams have been awarded the first wild cards I'll watch for the upcoming.

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"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"There's a a word it starts then and what did they call them given what they call them the **** **** right concentration camp I **** no the **** right they said that they're running concentration camps and when they were called out on it last week the response on on bond calling them concentration camps was well they're just like the **** these are **** these are death camps being run at the border that's what we hear anybody said that right right and then in the same breath what do you hear from the Democrats about every thing Donald Trump dies everything dollar like literally he gets of the mortgages breakfast he goes to the White House he does some work he talks to the reporters and that that our later what are people saying about Donald Trump they're saying he took a bite sauce were divided this is the book he is divisive and he is dividing us what is the squad you segregating yourselves it was squad is it being part of the Congress what what what is it you guys cannot have this both ways I mean I'm really sorry to say this but you cannot say that he's dividing us and then at the same time say the border patrol agents are **** they're not the first people to call American people not to listen during Vietnam the hippies called the American servicemen fighting in Southeast Asia **** they spent on them the poor janitors the bridge janitors of the squad what's his name crazy Jeremiah Wright and his cohorts we're the ones it spent on the troops when they came back John Kerry through his medals over the fence I mean think about this for a second the four runner to the to the modern environmental movement that idiot Tom Hayden who is out there beating people up with a nightstick in nineteen sixty eight in Chicago rioting sweating people's skulls Jane Fonda sat on an anti aircraft gun and look through a gun sight at American aircraft flying over Vietnam they were the ones calling the American troops **** Dick Durbin a sitting senator from Illinois he said that the men and women working at Guantanamo bay were like **** this is the S. S. and Pol Pot and these are the people with the nerve to come out and say that were divided in this country John Kerry famously said in his presidential campaign in two thousand four to people in college two kids in college to college students you'd be better be sure you make good grades you'll end up getting drafted into the military don't use the same people that told you Reagan was Hitler Nixon was Hitler that bush was Hitler the other bush was Hitler Cheney was Hitler now trump is Hitler and they're the ones who clamor for why don't we have any unity does anybody remember the last time we had unity in this going to I'm talking about real genuine unity real tool genuine you went home and cried unity do you remember when we had that I can think of three instances in my life no no I'm sorry I'm sorry I can think of three major instances in the last seventy five eighty years D. day we were pretty damn unified after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor the assassination of John F. Kennedy pretty unified as a country in mourning wore away and nine eleven when some people did some things right we were unified we were you know the charges were man I remember the churches were packed in the days that followed the attacks that Sunday after the attacks the churches were packed and we were unified until Hillary Clinton took to the floor with a copy of the New York Daily News and the New York Post and she's a senator from New York the card that George Bush knew that the nine eleven attack was going to happen it did nothing to prevent it are you freaking kidding me and they want to tell me we need unity and they subdivide themselves off as progressives and they subdivide themselves off as dusk why they subdivide themselves off as this identity that identity this identity it's rough enough that we got Republicans and Democrats in this country and that they pledge loyalty and Fieldy to only the parties and not the constitution and let's be honest it goes on both sides it's it's even worse when you have subsets of that group pledging loyalty and allegiance to their skin color to their identity and their radical purposes we need unity he's such a divider well I'll tell you something right now I'll tell you I'll tell you something right now based on the poll numbers of the squad they're they're they're unified whole lot of people against them don't want don't laugh Amman folks don't blown off don't laugh them off don't think they're a joke they're not a joke people thought Vladimir Lenin was a joke people thought people vote did that that that crazy eight off was a joke a loud mouth yelling and screaming and carrying on they thought the Mussolini was a crank it's not that Hochi Minh was a wacko they thought the Kim il sung was a nut job they thought they did that they thought that now say tongue was crazy don't.

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"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

07:23 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Listener is referring us to other people at the counter anything the JV including Doug Jan Victoria carousel and we have some people in the news and a focus on your cholesterol after we figure out what's going on at the Boston market where you guys you go to Boston market there isn't one near me that I know of but the city of Boston is apparently not very friendly towards Boston market anymore forty five Boston market locations around the country closed yesterday and and indeed the apparently the CEO told employees that the that they close forty five stores which is ten percent of their overall business and the CEO said that the industry has been facing increased competition shifting consumer preferences and rising costs of everything from goods in labor to real estate and utilities and so it all six Boston market locations were closed in the in the last I think two weeks and then another yeah and then another thirty nine locations were shut down on Sunday in Illinois Minnesota in other parts of Massachusetts so lead just not doing well anymore which is actually too bad because we were all kind of saying off the air that it's some of the best tasting food of any of the fast food options and they they've been trying to do things like a new menu with lower calorie options hasn't really gone that well so far they also are focusing on online and mobile ordering delivery services loyalty reward programs all the stuff that you can find you know what other places I really think that and this is not anything statistically in my own opinion I think Pinera has really taken a huge chunk of their business because Penn era is similar but healthier chick fillet is also every time you turn around the new chick fillet opening and people talk about how popular it was a matter of fact where was I over the weekend some place every so I don't consider chick fillet in the same category as Boston market Boston market I consider more to be extreme restaurant yeah it is you know and can era bread is everywhere now has their own they have their own line of of of items you can actually buy in the grocery store now too so I think Pinera has definitely take a chunk I technician were bought out by I think Pinera drive by some English company if I'm not mistaken English do pretty well in those there and his name is coming out of the Burger King and a couple of other restaurants of that ilk chains of that okay they do well with them so that's too bad because Boston market is something I I agree that I think that for what they are they do a good job in getting out the food tastes great quality of the food tastes good yes I think people actually have to walk into it have we become rife through yeah percent alter the other because the other two would do that or not that are mentioned in the same industry report subway restaurants which was the country's largest through change in terms of numbers they're they're they've shut down hundreds of restaurants and then friendlies which is a restaurant restaurant that his they've closed twenty different locations I don't even know if there how they must be I saw only a handful left visiting with truck yesterday in Stroudsburg there was one there I haven't seen one rages most the ones around here I am and misuse of clothes and it was started in masters it will Graham a couple of brothers seventy five eighty years ago they were very guy working families and I was a kid and the quality of food the ice cream was great now its crap about by a couple of hitch fun guys in Florida and they don't know how they do this you know it was time of Papa Gino's a regional chain here in New England and they had two hundred and fifty eight restaurants it was run by my next door neighbor is a matter of fact for a long time is family sold out and hedge burger banker had fun you know one of those because that's Warren Buffett started that he Warren Buffett smart he buys companies it pays top dollar for them in their well run keep the management in place so it just seems like the everything and the news as it was these other guys they come in they chop everything up they cut the quality down and that's what happened to friendlies to just is junk it's garbage now compares the what used to be in some of these others the same sort of thing happens he can't win by just counting the beans never works couple of people in the news Jeffrey Epstein steams Stein do we figure out whether we missed a young teen Jeanne I think yeah every yok his lawyers have proposed a bail package that would let him remain out of prison according to the documents the arrangement would also stipulate that Mr yok be placed under electronic monitoring deregister his jets consent to US extradition from any other country and posed a substantial personal recognizance bond mystery yok has been charged with sex trafficking of minors conspiracy to engage in sex trafficking of minors prosecutors accused him of running a sex trafficking enterprise and coursing under age girls to have sex with him have you seen this guy who might have sex with him Mr yak and that other guy Acosta didn't he rigid resign over the weekend right writing yeah right well guns out I don't know writing had any goods on him but it definitely seem like he got such a lenient deal down in Florida all those years ago Seattle has also said that it was a state prosecutors are instructed deal with them and that he was just trying to get him in jail it at all and registered so who knows right the other person in the news that that was interesting to go through the list prince Harry and Megan walked their first red carpet over this past weekend for the new beyond say movie I guess they had gone this the lying king what is it called with the lying king thanking right and be I'd say is apparently a voice in the movie plays nala okay it's kinda cute to see there there's a video it's kinda cute a lot of people talking about in the pictures who is beyond saves husband JZ JZ this is a yes it didn't look like I'm gonna side because it didn't look like daisy his hair's grown out more now maybe maybe that is my hobbies in the shot is that next weekend that's supposed to start hugged each other movie I don't know what that is I've never heard of that it's a yeah as is it's been a yeah it's the first weekend of August so a couple more first movie this summer for a while it's been a buzz about forty three after the hour speaking of a buzz how's your cholesterol you know what your numbers are Jennifer Victoria cara your cholesterol numbers you do you guys have access to one that I go into the hospital room for yes everything's a okay and that's apartments again are we gonna talk about how and what the how to get your number what to do if you don't like the number with the specialist in cholesterol up next year on the JV show I can't remember when he didn't.

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"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

08:40 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"On the D. JV program thanks for all of our loyal listener is referring us to other people it's kind of a neat thing the JV including Doug Jan Victoria carousel and we have some people in the news and a focus on your cholesterol after we figure out what's going on at the Boston market where you got it you go to Boston market there isn't one near me that I know of but that the city of Boston is apparently not very friendly towards Boston market anymore forty five Boston market locations around the country closed yesterday and and in it the apparently the CEO told employees that the that they close forty five stores which is ten percent of their overall business and the CEO said that the industry has been facing increased competition shifting consumer preferences and rising costs of everything from goods in labor to real estate and utilities and so it all six Boston market locations were closed in the in the last I think two weeks and then another yeah and then another thirty nine locations were shut down on Sunday in Illinois Minnesota in other parts of Massachusetts so partly just not doing well anymore which is actually too bad because we were all kind of saying off the air that it's some of the best tasting food of any of the fast food options and they they've been trying to do things like a new menu with lower calorie options hasn't really gone that well so far they also are focusing on online and mobile ordering delivery services loyalty reward programs all the stuff that you can find you know what other places I really think that and this is not anything statistically in my own opinion I think Pinera has really taken a huge chunk of their business because Penn era is similar but healthier chick fillet is also every time you turn around the new chick fillet opening and people talk about how popular it was a matter of fact where was I the over the weekend someplace separate so I don't consider chick fillet in the same category as Boston market Boston market I consider more to be extreme restaurant yeah it is you know I yeah and an era bread is everywhere now an error has their own lot they have their own line of of of items you can actually buy in the grocery store now too so I think Pinera has definitely take a chunk by taking a John were bought out by I think Pinera drive by some English company if I'm not mistaken English do pretty well in those there and his name is coming out of the Burger King and a couple of other restaurants of that ilk chains of that okay they do well with them so that's two bags Boston market is something I I agree that I think that for what they are they do a good job in getting out the food tastes great quality the food tastes good yes I think people actually have to walk into it have we become okay five through yeah one percent alter the other because the other two would do that or not that are mentioned in the same industry report subway restaurants which was the country's largest through change in terms of numbers they're they're they've shut down hundreds of restaurants and then friendlies which is a restaurant restaurant that his they've closed twenty different locations I don't even know if there how they must be I saw only a handful left visiting with truck yesterday in Stroudsburg there was one there I haven't seen one rages most the ones around here I am in Massachusetts of clothes and it was started in masters it will Graham a couple of brothers seventy five eighty years ago they were very good I working families and I was a kid and the quality of food the ice cream was great now its crap about by a couple of hedge fund guys in Florida and they don't know how they do this you know it was time of Papa Gino's a regional chain here in New England and they had two hundred and fifty eight restaurants it was run by my next door neighbor is a matter of fact for a long time is family sold out and hedge burger banker had fun you know one of those because that's Warren Buffett started that we Warren Buffett smart he buys companies it pays top dollar for them in their well run keep the management in place so it just seems like the everything and the news as it was these other guys they come in they chop everything up they cut the quality down and that's what happened to friendlies to just is junk it's garbage now compares the what used to be in some of these others the same sort of thing happens he can't win by just counting the beans never works couple of people in the news Jeffrey Epstein Steen Stein do we figure out whether we missed a young teen and I think yeah every yok his lawyers have proposed a bail package that would let him remain out of prison according to the documents the arrangement would also stipulate that Mr yok be placed under electronic monitoring the register his jets consent to US extradition from any other country and posed a substantial personal recognizance bond mystery yok has been charged with sex trafficking of minors conspiracy to engage in sex trafficking of minors prosecutors accused him of running a sex trafficking enterprise and coursing under age girls to have sex with him have you seen this guy who might have sex with him Mr yak and that other guy Acosta didn't he rigid resign over the weekend right writing yeah right well guns out I don't know writing had any goods on him but it definitely seem like he got such a lenient deal down in Florida all those years ago Seattle has also said that it was a state prosecutors are it struck the deal with them and that he was just trying to get him in jail it at all and registered so who knows right the other person in the news that that was interesting to go through the list prince Harry and Megan what their first red carpet over this past weekend for the new beyond say movie I guess they had gone this the lying king what is it called with the lying king thanking right and the I'd say is apparently a voice in the movie plays nala okay right so they have the opening in prince Harry and and may again or on the red carpet that see here are so excited to be not I mean because of the on Friday not just because a BNC I've heard so many people the line king is a favorite of like everyone in my generation and so people can find a hit on Broadway because after the movie came out it's been it one of the biggest hits on Broadway for years fifteen years at least hello it's kinda cute to see there is a video it's kinda cute a lot of people talking about in the pictures who is beyond saves husband JZ JZ CZ guest book in look like I'm gonna side because it didn't look like daisy his hair's grown out more now maybe maybe that is why Hobbes in Shah is that next weekend that's supposed to start Hobbes into the movie I don't know what that is I've never heard of that it's a yeah as is it's been a yeah it's the first weekend of August so a couple more first movie this summer for a while it's been a buzz about forty three after the hour speaking of a buzz how's your cholesterol you know what your numbers are Jennifer Victoria cara your cholesterol numbers you do you know I try I just wanted I go into the hospital room for yes everything's a okay about departments again are we gonna talk about how and what the how to get your number what to do if you don't like the number with the specialist in cholesterol up next year on the JV show medal of honor recipient staff sergeant Ryan pitch of the one hundred seventy third airborne brigade speaks about the moment when the medevac landed to take him and other casualties to safety after a long battle in Afghanistan medevac Burgess comes into lands right between us and the enemy geysers porn up from the vehicle patrol base to come you know take care of our counties and reinforce observation posts the American veterans center protects the legacy and honors the sacrifice of American veterans to hear more like us on Facebook hi grandma for dinner sure I've been meaning to ask you what would happen if someone offered you a drink great along if anyone ever does I when you say no I have too much respect for my family and I don't want to get in trouble I promise grandma they really do hear.

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"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on Enough About Me with Shep Rose

Enough About Me with Shep Rose

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on Enough About Me with Shep Rose

"Like, why can't we call it like neutral bathroom bath privacy bathroom Reich, you know, just be separate stalls. And we don't have to worry about going into either and Lincou care, we can all wash our hands in the same spot, and have into that's like, and then the, the other thing that I've really been thinking a lot about lately that is concerning for me is, it's seems like on the left. There's now this, like, very, very extremist wave where we're doing this cancel culture, idea where it's like this. Somebody said one wrong thing. And now we have to like attack. Check them on Twitter, and now they're out in that person's bad. It's a tough situation because there's pieces of it. I get. But I think we have to be really, really careful not to be hurting people. No matter what side, they're on, because hurt people hurt people, you know. And so I don't know. Yeah, I, I mean. If you want to implement policy progressive policy, you got you need Joe and Linda in Kansas. You know, in how are you going to get them while you got to pick your battles? You know what I mean? And then you can work from the inside, you know what I mean. But you to win elections you need the middle people. And yeah, I think the Democrats have, you know, Bernie came in and and, and. Tapped this movement. But and then hold party shifted further laughed, and I, I don't know what, what, what they're gonna do. I, I do hope that GOP screwed that Trump has is the ripple effects of his presidency. We won't I mean I, I feel sorry for the GOP, but I don't actually that I definitely don't. But I'm I'm not either. I'm just independent the next election. Like I think that there's very probable chance that he could be off. I like mayor Pete. I do too, and I like mayor because I think he bridges a gap, like, what I hope to see more Democrats doing is addressing these sensitive issues in a very smart way like someone needs to be talking about immigration, because it is it still is an issue there's things that need to be done. There's manager crisis at the lake someone needs to talk about it. And I think a lot of Democrats are too scared to even mention it because everybody's gonna. You kind of x y and z, you know, but somebody needs to be finding this like middle ground. I just want a good man in the office or woman, go a good person. You know someone. I mean what happened to that? I mean or someone with a an ounce of decorum small measure of decorum. That's all I ask crazy right now. And I mean it's like tearing families apart and all this stuff. But yeah, I don't know. There's no right answer. I that's why I think we're just for some reason taking a step back. Here's the here's the deal all these all these dudes in power and women, but mostly dudes. They're like seventy five eighty years old. Like there's just no way you know, life is almost over, you know, and there's no term limits for these senators. And, you know, they go to this dinner with the same people every night, they go to their beach house in their mountain house, and there's just no way they had their finger on the pulse of, of what's going on in power aren't Representative of, oh, who that of who they're empower us. So when they die who's, who's coming in next, you know, and, and we'll see I guess, I can't believe we got into politics. We were we were talk. Lesbianism our own politics. Goes. Yeah. Like I'm on your date with you in Paris. Because you don't like me or sexually. Okay. That's true. All right. Well, shall we wrap it up? I guess so. I was a lot of fun, guys and Bethany you are cool in my book, likewise. Meeting. We can get a beer one of these days. All right. Guys piece south and enjoy. Thank you listening to another but soon enough about me with chef rose, get up a sodium, apple podcast and podcast, one don't forget to subscribe rate and review. It was a crime. No one expected and won. Many can't forget. One eighty two hours at American nightmare..

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"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"So what did you do, do you keep the windows? You must keep the windows open, not while it's hot out. No. I try to keep the windows closed. Well, it's really hot out. I don't want that hot air. And so the fan going constantly. Oh my Lord. Yeah, it was. There was not much sleep hat in my house yesterday. I was gonna say, there's nothing worse than having to sleep when your house is like eighty or eighty or ninety degrees. And I've been there done that I lived in Connecticut for, for a few years, and it would get really hot there and sticky and muggy and yeah, it's awful to try and, and fall asleep when it so blisteringly hot and Katie, how did you fare? I was fine. I've AC. There you go. Tonight, which is going to start AC shaming, Sherry turned down as far as it would go. Yes, I do not do well with heat at all. Turn your power off yesterday. We have you heard about that, Dan? They're doing these rolling blackouts for fire safety in the state of California. No. Oh, yeah. They PG is actually cutting power to people's homes in, in an attempt to prevent any wildfires due to their equipment. So some people are literally getting blackouts. So that is responsible that my fiance is. I was I was telling brother Brad yesterday. My fiance sister lives in, in a town called Loomis, which is just north of Sacramento. So it's hot as hell up, there, literally, and they are they have an eight month old baby and PGA shutting their power off at night. So at nine pm, they lose all of it, so no fans. No see nothing. That is just wrong. What if you're not really person? What if you're seventy five eighty years old, right? Exactly. And some people are losing, like, Sherry was telling me yesterday, some people are losing their power for the whole day, which makes me wonder, like what are they doing about their refrigerators, you know? All right stuff. But yeah, it's I'm sure there's a run on dry ice among other things. Right. History. All right. It is five fifteen on talk radio five sixty. K F, O time to check the roads with Katie green. Those roadways right now. We have a problem spot. Twenty four eastern Oak Hill. Dry Oak Hill road. Offramp CHP officer already on the scene handling an accident. We also have a vehicle involved in a wreck.

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"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

10:20 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And I'll do my best to help you. Let's see what else. The okay. I wanna talk about not all of you today. So some of you this won't impact. But I bet you, you know, somebody that what I'm gonna talk about today will impact I bet you you will. I just have a feeling you will know somebody. That's got this problem. And that is there alone. Either they've lost their spouse, and they have no children or they're married and they've never had children or their single and they've never had children. And they have a real problem. I've talked about this before. But I was talking to an elder law Turney this week and. He was talking about the number of people that he has that don't have anybody. They they don't have the normal natural people. You would name a child, you know, their brothers and sisters may be deceased or they're ninety years old or whatever the point is that they don't have anybody maybe their spouses ill. Maybe their spouse has dementia. Maybe but they don't have if something happens. They don't have the normal people who would come in and make medical decisions and run the trust. And all that kind of stuff. I got to get a drink of water. So pardon me for a minute. After making sounds or the dead air alarm goes off, and I get phone calls. So I have to make a drink water noisily. So single people are people without it. They don't have to be single just somebody without the normal people that would carry on. If you couldn't carry on fact, I need to do a video on this. I've been soon I'll have a whole bunch of videos available on my website, and we're working on that. And. I need to do a video on this. I don't think I've done a video on this. So. If you're single if you're married, but you don't have anybody beyond yourselves than this is gonna to be. I think a hopeful in a good show to listen to the good news is there's always an answer. I've always been able to find an answer to people who don't have the normal natural people who would take care of them. We have always found an answer. Always. There are there are a number of different ways to deal with it. And I'm not going to go through all of those ways because everybody's different. And they'll say, well that doesn't apply that wouldn't work for me. You couldn't do that for me. But there's always an answer. I I've yet to find someone who's in this situation. That we didn't figure out an answer. The big thing is is that people don't do anything. Because they believe, you know, I don't have any kids. I'm single I've never been married. All my, you know, I'm seventy five eighty years old, and therefore my brothers and sisters are all eighty years old and they live in Ohio. I have a niece. I kind of know, but I don't really know her. Well. Saw. You know, who who who's gonna take care of me? Who's going to make decisions for me who's gonna take care of my finances and pay my bills who's gonna do all that stuff? If I can't. Or if my husband has a stroke and something happens to me who's gonna take care of him. It's a really huge issue. If you're married you. You may be saying to yourself will Bob we've we've done a trust. Or we've done powers of attorney or we've done whatever. And we we named each other great. I'm glad you named each other. What happens when one if you dis? What happens when one of you has a stroke? What happens when one of you falls down breaks, hip and can't walk one happens in one of you develops dementia. What happens what happens? What happens? Who can do that? It's really really really important. I mean the other day. I have some information move for one of my doctors to another my doctors, you know, they're like keep each other informed. I all one of the things I always do is make sure any doctor. I see may sends information to my other doctor my primary doctors internist, but I may be seen a specialist in something. I'm fine, by the way. Don't worry. Thank you. But by wife made the phone call for me. Well, what empowered her to make the phone call while on in the doctor's records. There was a hip authorisation that said my wife could obtain medical information. Well, what if I had no children? I do. I have two lovely children. I love them dearly. But what if I had no children and the same situation happened, and my wife wasn't around and I had dementia or I was sick. What if my wife had died? What if my wife had dementia? So not having been single or being married and not having children or maybe children. I once had a client who had lost her husband and her only child, and so she was alone in the world. She didn't have any brothers or sisters or close. She was from another country originally, and and the family she did have was back in Europe. That's not an uncommon situation. I I will bet you in the last year I have run across twenty people that we've dealt with who had. Either married with no children or a single spouse with no with no children or someone who just never been married and never had children. They were just for whatever reason alone. The reason doesn't matter. What matters is if if your that picture, what do you do? Well, you can start by coming to see me you can start by getting a workshop you can start a about dealing with the preparatory stuff that has to be done to solve the problem. You you you have to you have to begin thinking about okay? He says that there's an answer to this. What do I do? Well, you have to begin to find the answer. It's unbelievably important. It really is. I know attorneys who tried to do conservatives ships every year to get someone conserve because something happened to them, and they had nobody in their life, and they wound up wind up whether the professional fiduciary or the county conservative or dealing with it. And there's you know, and all that kind of stuff then who can deal with their state, and they can't protect or preserve anything once they're conserved. So that lets out, you know, whoever the it's all of that stuff. Some people who are alone can't figure out who would my who. Would my airs be? In the last year, I've dealt with three of those three people who had no spouse, no children, and you know, all of them are now deceased, but one of the problems they face before they died was identified who was got manage this for them. And who was going to be who they're going to be who is going to get what they had because they didn't have any children their brothers and sisters if they were still alive were ninety years old or in another country. So what are you going to do? Actually in the in the last year. I've had two cases with people who who had no children, no spouse and their nearest relatives were in Europe. There weren't gonna fly over and take care of them. So who who's gonna take if you're in that situation that I'm talking to you? And if I'm talking to you, then what do you do about it? How do you go? Make sure that your estate your wishes, your life are taken care of and completed by someone that you choose that, you know, that you believe will do a good job for you. Maybe the person you picked has moved. Maybe the person you've picked has has died, maybe the per-, and you really haven't thought about it or changed whatever your plan is. I think it might be a good idea. If you did that I could be wrong. But I think it might be a good idea. If you did that. Don't you? There's a solution to this. Now, some of you are saying, well, Bob, I I have kids. I I'll get to you guys in a minute. The right now, I wanna talk to those people who are. Who are without a family there alone. And maybe married, but they have no one but themselves, so if.

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"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:15 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Eight six six four nine six twenty three hundred eight six six four nine six twenty three hundred you know, I'm not afraid of calls. So give me a call ask anything you want. So I'll ask this again is this year to retire? Have you planned for all of the contingencies? What if? A recession hits, and I might sane that it will. But in theory could happen, right? Another reason why I you check out the educational video of replacing your paycheck and retirement. But what if it what if it ever session did hit? And if it did if it is this year. The year of your retirement. Would you be ready the Conference Board, which is research group did a study and found that found that simply the possibility of a global recession was the top concern of corporate leaders headed unto two thousand and nineteen a year ago. They weren't really concerned about a recession. They were much more concerned with infrastructure, workforce, diversity and income equality. Sounds like all. Political hot button issues, if he asked me in that could be a function of continued government regulations, but the survey was taken in the fall before the big market dips of ember and December there's also concern about global trade systems, global, political instability new competitors in declining trust in political and policy institutions. A different study found that trade wars and political tensions as the biggest global threat. What about cybersecurity? I mean think about it is that a threat because. 'cause that could cause the country or the globe into a recession the CEO surveyed were among we're all over the world or from all over the world. And they were survey that a thought at that time. It was not really their biggest concern. Right. Well, I mean think about it. Facebook Marriott, the country's electrical grid the IRS or if they all have. And was we hear about all these concerns in corporate earnings apple said, the future growth would be slower due to trade tariffs. It was the first time they'd guided lower in fifteen years off what about thirty percents still from their November highs in all these could cause a recession. So I gotta ask you is this the year to retire. Are you ready? Have you done that to say, the b word have you done that budget to figure out if you're going to be able to and what if the market went down how long are you going to be able to sustain yourself if the recession did happen? And a look I'm not saying that recessions gonna happen. We're we're doing some research. I was doing some research for the show. We're always doing research at the office look at indicators of what's going on and our methodology right now at the officer with our clients money is that word defensive we've taken half our chips off the table round numbers based on their portfolio construction. Why? Well, because we see some similarities of years gone by were we faced a lot of headwinds in the marketplace. And were concerned about them. So we tend to believe that by we win by not losing as much as everyone else does and the people who have come to be in the last two weeks, and we're just starting again, if you if you know how I process works. We'll send you a questionnaire asks you to complete it send it send it back with your statements will provide you with a complimentary review a complimentary sit down and in these statements because everyone you should be getting your ear and statements were seeing large. I mean large draw downs. And and that is a function of your asset allocation people being investment, we've had this trade war going on for how long now. So why would you risk being in the international? Marketplace emerging marketplace would they're such a strong tornado or. A hurricane army bearing down on. You is the risk really worth it our evaluation. We started looking at our clients portfolios. Was it wasn't worth it to them. So in early October of two thousand eighteen we started making defensive moves in our portfolios to protect against the downside protection against for downside to. So that we create a level of protection for our clients. Why say I would say to you again is this your approach were you taking a similar approach Abby Cohen who Abby Cohen is. That'd be Colin is one of the big shots at. I think it's a bear Hussein there's deals in the international marketplace. But at what risk are they deal? See you again, they're they're bind for long term. If you're considering retiring, and let's face it. The majority of my clients are between forty five and seventy five eighty years old. They want to be retired the time horizon, if you're approaching retirement, if you have an equally weighted asset allocation and ten percent of your money is in these high risk asset classes, and you have a forty percent draw down..

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"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:15 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Six six four nine six twenty three hundred eight six six four nine six twenty three hundred you know, I'm not afraid of calls. So give me a call ask anything you want. So I'll ask this again is this year to retire? Have you planned for all of the contingencies? What if? A recession hits. And I'm not saying that it will. But in theory could happen, right? Another reason why I you check out the educational video of replacing your paycheck in retirement. But what if it what if it recession did hit? And if it did if it is this year. The year of your retirement. Would you be ready the Conference Board, which is a research group did a study and found that found that simply the possibility of a global recession was the top concern of corporate leaders headed unto two thousand nineteen a year ago. They weren't really concerned about a recession. They were much more concerned with infrastructure, workforce, diversity and income equality. Sounds like all political hot button issues, if he asked me in that could be a function of continued government regulations. But the survey was taken to the fall before the big market dips of November and December. There's also concern about global tha trade systems, global political instability new competitors in declining trust in political and policy. Institutions a different study found that trade wars and political tensions as the biggest global threat. What about cybersecurity may think about it is that a threat because 'cause that could cause the country or the globe into a recession the CEO surveyed were among were all over the world from all over the world. And they were survey that if thought at that time it was not really their biggest concern. Right. Well, I mean think about it. Facebook Marriott, the country's electrical grid, the IRS or they all hacked. And as we hear about all these concerns in corporate earnings, apple said, the future growth would be slower due to trade tariffs was the first time they'd guided lower in fifteen years off what about thirty percent still from their November highs in all of these could cause a recession. So I gotta ask you is this the year to retire. Are you ready? Have you done that eight to say, the b word have you done that budget to figure out if you're going to be able to and what if the market went down how long are you going to be able to sustain yourself if the recession did happen? And a look I'm not saying that recessions gonna happen. We're doing some research. I was doing some research for the show. We're always doing research at the office looking at indicators of what's going on in our methodology right now at the office with our clients money is that word defensive we've taken half our chips off the table round numbers based on their portfolio construction. Why? Well, because we see some similarities of years gone by were we faced a lot of headwinds in the marketplace. And were concerned about them. So we tend to believe that by we win by not losing as much as everyone else does. And and the people who have come to be in the last two weeks, and we're just starting again, if you if you know how I process works. We'll send you a questionnaire ask you to complete it send it send it back with your statements will provide you with a complimentary review a complimentary sit down and in the statements because everyone you should be getting your ear and statements were seeing large. I mean large draw downs, and that is a function of your asset allocation people being investment, we've had this trade war going on for how long now. So why would you risk being in the international marketplace emerging marketplace when they're such a strong tornado? Or hurricane bearing down on. You is the risk really worth it. Our evaluation. We started looking at our clients portfolios. Was it wasn't worth it to them. So in early October of two thousand eighteen we started making defensive moves in our portfolios to protect against the downside protection against for downside to. So that we create a level of protection for our clients. I would say to you again is this your approach were you taking a similar approach Abby Cohen who Abby Cohen is. That'd be Cohen is one of the big shots at. I think it's a bear Hussein there's deals in the international marketplace. But at what risk are they deal? So you again, they're they're bind for long term. If you're considering retiring in you, and let's face it. The majority of my clients are between forty five and seventy five eighty years old. They want to be retired the time horizon, if you're approaching retirement, if you have an equally weighted asset allocation and ten percent of your money is in these high risk asset classes, and you have a forty percent draw down..

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"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:04 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on KGO 810

"Six six four nine six twenty three hundred eight six six four nine six twenty three hundred you know, I'm not afraid of calls. So give me a call ask anything you want. So I'll ask this again is this year to retire? Have you planned for all of the contingencies? What if? A recession hits. And I might saying that it will. But in theory could happen, right? Another reason why I you check out the educational video of replacing your paycheck in retirement. But what if it what if it ever session did hit? And if it did if it is this year the year of your retirement, would you be ready the Conference Board, which is a research group did a study and found that found that simply the possibility of a global recession was the top concern of corporate leaders headed unto two thousand nineteen a year ago, they weren't really concerned about a recession there. They were much more could Sern with infrastructure, workforce, diversity and income equality. Sounds like all. Political hot button issues, if he asked me in that could be a function of continued government regulations, but the survey was taken to the fall before the big market dips of November and December. There's also concern about global trade system. Global political instability new competitors in declining trust in political policy institutions, a different study found that trade wars and political tensions as the biggest global threat. What about cybersecurity amazing about it is that a threat 'cause 'cause that could cause the country or the globe into a recession the CEOs surveyed were among were all over the world or from all over the world. And they were survey that if thought at that time it was not really their biggest concern. Right. Well, I mean think about it. Facebook marriott. The country's logical grid the IRS or they all hacked. And as we hear about all these concerns in corporate earnings, apple said, the future growth would be slower due to trade tariffs is the first time they'd guided lower in fifteen years off what about thirty percents still from their November highs in all of these could cause a recession. So I gotta ask you is this the year to retire. Are you ready? Have you done that to say, the b word have you done that budget to figure out if you're going to be able to and what if the market went down how long are you going to be able to sustain yourself if the recession did happen? And a look I'm not saying that recessions gonna happen. We were doing some research. I was doing some research for the show. We're always doing research at the office look at indicators of what's going on and our methodology right now at the office with our clients money is that word defensive we've taken half our chips off the table round numbers based on their portfolio construction. Why? Well, because we see some similarities of years gone by where we faced a lot of headwinds in the marketplace. And were concerned about them. So we tend to believe that by we win by not losing as much as everyone else does. And and the people who have come to be in the last two weeks, and we're just starting again, if you if you know how I process works. We'll send you a questionnaire asks you to complete it and send it back with your statements will provide you with a complimentary review a complimentary sit down and in these statements because everyone you should be getting your ear and statements were seeing large. I mean large draw downs, and and that is a function of your asset allocation people being invested. I mean, we've had this trade war going on for how long now, so why would you risk being in the international marketplace emerging market place when they're such a strong tornado or. A hurricane bearing down on. You is the risk really worth it our evaluation. We started looking at our clients portfolios. Was it wasn't worth it to them. So in early October of two thousand eighteen we started making defensive moves in our portfolios to protect against the downside protection against for downside to. So that we create a level of protection for our clients. I would say to you again is this your approach were you taking a similar approach Abby Cohen who Abby Cohen is. That'd be Cohen is one of the big shots at. I think it's a bear Hussein there's deals in the international marketplace. But at what risk are they deal? See you again, they're they're bind for long term. If you're considering retiring, and let's face it. The majority of my clients are between forty five and seventy five eighty years old. They want to be retired the time horizon, if.

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"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

06:55 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Of the hour, Ernie Brown, Chad Dickson and Biltmore net in his rightful place. His parts keep the broadcast on the air. Right now, we're all frayed one day machines will take us over movies. If they've taught us anything they've taught us that. In fact, the machine will kill us, and then eventually on the earth, certainly the creatures of the earth will not now, this is either terrifying or fascinating, depending on your point of view on this research from Stanford and Google a machine learning agent intended to transform aerial images into street maps and back was found to be cheating by hiding information. It would later need in a nearly imperceptible high frequency signal. It reveals a problem with computers. It's existed since they were invented. They do exactly what you tell them to do the invention of the researchers was as you might guess to accelerate improve the process of turning the satellite imagery into the famous accurate maps that you see on Google earth. And that kind of thing the team was working with a neural network. Well, when I hear the words neural network, the first thing that comes to mind is cyber Dyne. The Terminator stuff. That learns to transform images of type x y into one another as efficiently and accurately as possible through a big deal of experimentation and some early results. It was doing fine suspiciously. Well, what tipped off the team was when the agent reconstructed the photographs from the street map. There are a lot of details that didn't seem to be on the other. Bottom line is they found that the computer was cheating. They have no idea how or why that was happening. But they think it's kind of interesting that the computer kind of learned. I don't understand. Yeah. I don't either. It's beyond me. I barely know how to send Email, but what I do here in the story is this you got a computer. That's doing something that the people who created it didn't create it to do. Yeah. It's learning. Yeah. It's learning something computers. Do learn through trial and error. I mean, we'll just your Netflix account learns when you tell a what shows you like to watch to put up top movies or shows that thanks. You will like to watch. Yeah. It's a little disturbing to me. I've had a number of people say don't don't laugh at this. This is not all science. Nobody's telling you to laugh. I've heard people say this is silly because computer that science fiction, etc. Those are dumb people. Don't listen to me with we die as a species. It'll be something we create either with technology or a viral mega virus, something we will not be a meteor solar flare, those are very rare, and we can kind of watch out for those. But doesn't it make sense? The computer. Because it's not going to develop consciousness. Not yet. No, it's not going to get. It's no it's never going to. That's great. You're one of those people saying don't worry about it is exactly how you're acting right now. Just like those people say science fiction, don't worry about it. Now, you gotta hear me out on this is never going to develop consciousness, but what I'm talking about is that we computed to have absolute power to do certain things, and it makes decisions based on our inputs into it. Yes. Because we are imperfect flawed human beings. We're putting imperfect flawed information into the computer inevitably it will make a decision that we told it to make. But didn't anticipate. Yes, let's say you tell a machine to just build cars, and let's say it can talk to other computers in turn off this can turn off the power button. So when you press it, it doesn't actually turn off naked stall, unplug. Thanks. But let's say all you teach. You to do is make cars. Yeah. Well, if it's a supercomputer and super intelligent and exceed. Leads our wildest dreams of knowledge. But yet all its program to do is make cars, it could say, you know, what it's easier to make cars if I use a human femur or something like that. Bubba bubba. I'm just using that as an example. But it's not gonna come get it from you know. But if it's a supercomputer can talk it can talk to the other ones. That's the whole thing in that language. You talk about that. We don't know. I don't care if it's talking about me behind my back as long as I can just unplug it, I can still thing some day. You might have feared fake if it's just on on a network. You can't just simply unplug it. Oh, I can unplug. That's that's the scary thing is if we teach you to do something, and it's boasts to do it the most efficient way possible if it was a supercomputer and got out of control, you we really couldn't do anything about it. Because then it'd be or let's say it's faster to use people to build cards, then he'd be like, well, people aren't that very art. They require rest. Yeah. I I don't necessarily need them anymore. More think of think of the movie wargames when the big compete Walker decided it was gonna continue playing the game. Now, everybody's seen that movie. I would assume it came out in nineteen eighty three. So I'm not spoiling anything. But the bottom line is we're on a brink of a nuclear war because they can't control the computer that they programmed. Yes. So I guess the question is if things are getting a little bit out of hand. Here's a great example. This has been the ethical conundrum of driverless car. Yes. Cars bridge. Nowhere to go. Does it drive you alone in the car off the bridge to save the five children walking on the road because you have no control of the car? What would that computer decide to do? It has no choice. It can hit five kids probably kill him or it can drive off the bridge killing you. What's it gonna be programmed to do and should a programmer at Ford have that right to make that decision? Yeah. So once again, our knowledge is grown. But I don't think that our maturity as a huge waste. There are laws regulating. Actually when you have people who are seventy five eighty years old in Washington. Yes, we have no idea how to sow Email and they're the ones making decisions. I mean, we saw it with Mark Zuckerberg testifying before congress. Those congressmen have absolutely no idea what they're talking about. They don't understand any of this stuff. And so we're just supposed to sit here and just hope and pray Silicon Valley are doing the ethical thing. And I wouldn't I wouldn't say I wouldn't advise that to be a path that we want to go down. I wouldn't trust these people with my life. I wouldn't trust them with anything. And yet they have all of, you know, people talk about this all the time. They're just absolutely horrified at the fought that somehow their medical data would get out there. Oh my God. Somebody would know that I had a cold when I was twelve years old. That's just the most horrifying scary thing. But we have no problem giving all of our financial every penny. We spent justifying it to the government and any other shopping spree. Anything we buy everything we do people in Silicon Valley. Have we got no problem with any of this? I don't understand the kind of thinking that's going into this. I said this before I'm semi joking..

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"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

07:18 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Of the hour, Ernie Brown. Chad Dickson and Bill for net in his rightful place doing his parts keep the broadcast on the air. Right now, we're all afraid that one day machines will take us over movies. If they've taught us anything they've taught us that. In fact, the machine will kill us, and then eventually on the earth, certainly the creatures of the earth will not now, this is either terrifying are fascinating, depending on your point of view on this research from Stanford and Google a machine learning agent intended to transform aerial images into street maps and back was found to be cheating by hiding information. It would later need in a nearly imperceptible high frequency signal. It reveals a problem with computers. It's existed since they were invented. They do exactly what you tell them to do the invitation of the researchers was as you might guess to accelerate and improve the process of turning the satellite imagery into the famous accurate maps that you see on Google earth. And that kind of thing the team was working with a neural network. When I hear the words neural network. The first thing that comes to mind is, you know, cyber Dyne and the Terminator. Stuff that learns to transform images of type x y into one another as efficiently and accurately as possible through a big deal of experimentation in some early results. It was doing fine suspiciously. Well, what tipped off the team was when the age at reconstructed the photographs from the street map. There are a lot of details. That didn't seem to be on the other bottom line is they found that the computer was cheating. They have no idea how or why that was happening. But they think it's kind of interesting that the computer learned. I don't understand. Yeah. I don't either. It's beyond me. I barely know. How to send Email, but what I do here in the story is this you got a computer. That's doing something that the people who created it didn't create it to do. Yeah. It's learning. Yeah. It's learning something computers due to learn through trial and error. I mean, we'll just your Netflix account learns when you tell a what shows you like to watch to put up top movies or shows that thanks. You will like to watch. Yeah. It's a little disturbing to me. I've had a number of people say don't don't laugh at this. This is not all science. Nobody's telling you to laugh. I've heard many people say this is silly because computer that science fiction, etc. Does your dumb people don't listen to me with me die as a species? It'll because something we create either with technology or a viral mega virus, something we will not be a meteor solar flare, those are very rare, and we can kind of watch out for those. But doesn't it make sense? The computer. Because it's not going to develop consciousness. Not yet. No, it's not going to. It's no it's never going to. That's great. You're one of those people saying don't worry about it is exactly how you're acting right now. Just like this people say it science fiction, don't worry about it. No. You gotta hear me out on this. It's never going to develop consciousness, but what I'm talking about is that we compute it to have absolute power to do certain things, and it makes decisions based on our inputs into it. Yes. Because we are imperfect flawed human beings. We're putting imperfect flawed information into the computer inevitably it will make a decision that we told it to make. But didn't anticipate. Yes, let's say you tell a machine to just build cars, and let's say it can talk to other computers in turn off. This can turn off the power button. When you press it it doesn't actually turn off. Now, you can still unplugged. Thanks. Let's say all you teach. You to do is make cars. Yeah. Well, if it's a supercomputer and super intelligent and. Exceeds our wildest dreams of knowledge. But yet all its program to do is make cars, it could say, you know, what it's easier to make cars if I use a human femur or something like that baba baba. I'm just using that as an example, but it's not gonna come get it from, you know, but if it's a supercomputer can talk it can talk to the other ones. That's the whole thing in that language. You talk about that. We don't know. I don't care if it's talking about me behind my back as long as I can just unplug it, I can still thing someday. You might fear fake if it's just on the on a network. You can't just simply unplug it. I can unplug. That's the. That's the scary thing is if we teach you to do something, and it's boasts to do it the most efficient way possible if it was a supercomputer and got out of control, you we really couldn't do anything about it. Because then it'd be or let's say it's faster to use people to build cards while they need be like, well, people aren't that. Very aren't they require rest? Yeah. I I don't necessarily need them. Anymore? Think of. Wargames when the big competed Walker decided it was going to continue playing the game. Now, everybody's seen that movie. I would assume it came out nine hundred eighty three. So I'm not spoiling anything. But the bottom line is we're on a brink of a nuclear war because they can't control the computer that they programmed. Yes. So I guess the question is if things are getting a little bit out of hand. Here's a great example. This has been the ethical conundrum of driverless car. Yes. Cars on a bridge. Nowhere to go. Does it drive you alone in the car off the bridge to save the five children walking on the road because you have no control of the car? What would that computer decide to do? It has no choice. It can hit five kids probably kill him or it can drive off the bridge killing you. What's it gonna be programmed to do and should a programmer at Ford have that right to make that decision? So once again, our knowledge is grown. But I don't think that our maturity as a human. Laws regulating. Especially when you have people who are seventy five eighty years old in Washington. Yes. So I have no idea how to sound Email and they're the ones making decisions. I mean, we saw with Mark Zuckerberg testifying before congress. Those congressmen have absolutely no idea what they're talking about. They don't understand any of this stuff. And so we're just supposed to sit here and just hope and pray Silicon Valley are doing the ethical thing. Yeah. I wouldn't. I wouldn't say I wouldn't advise that to be a path that we want to go down. I wouldn't trust these people with my life. I wouldn't trust them with anything. And yet they have all of, you know, people talk about this all the time. They they're just absolutely horrified. At the thought that somehow their medical data would get out there. Oh my God. Somebody would know that I had a cold when I was twelve years old. That's just the most horrifying scary thing. But we have no problem giving all of our financial every penny. We spent justifying it to the government and any other shopping spree. Anything we buy everything we do people in Silicon Valley. Have we got no problem with any of this? I don't understand the kind of thinking that's going into this. I said this before and I'm semi joking. But I'm not there's a threat of truth that goes through it. And that is we have put ourselves in a position where we're going to have no privacy that we could destroy ourselves. And nobody seems to take on his take a step back and say, maybe we should unplug. A few things. Message and data rates may apply. 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"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five eighty years" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"This to you ready. I'm going to hold up an item. I have no idea license right here. Okay. Here. It is. I'm not going to tell them what they what they is. Until I start doing the spot. It's an it. Okay. Count me down. It is a I'm gonna tell everybody. What it is. It's a tape dispenser with the roller tape old school take the miss Crabtree had on a front desk. Okay. Let me give you some music. You want you want some music for that? I don't care. Here we go when the music begins. It's all you. Hey, everybody. Don prior here. Wanna talk to you about scotch tape in? It's very special dispenser. Listen has your sticky. Doing does your sticky need to be better. Do you want to dispense your sticky better where you've got to do it with scotch tape? Folks. They'd been in the business for about what seventy five eighty years now still going strong. They are locally run locally owned. You got put that in there. Don't you local? We all love local. Hey, it's scotch tape. Get your sticky on folks, stick it that what get your sticky on him. It. What does this get your sticky on? That's actually pretty good slogan. Get your sticky on. Yeah. Get your sticky on you, do it. I'm just surprised that you referred to the scotch tape. I thought they only scotch. You had was in your desk. You do it. Please. Please. No. We need to regain the times. Horrible horrible. Maybe we'll do it later. All right. But you did a pretty good job. Didn't oh I came up maybe want to buy some scotch. Just to get through that bit. Yeah. Exactly. Get your sticky on. I'm Don we should do this occasionally for people like Nick call in with their small businesses. Maybe can't afford to buy commercials or something like that. Maybe you're a home based business mom and pop kind of thing. People should call us. We'll do a little shameless. Plug kind of thing. We'll do a commercial live for their product ask questions and then on the spot spot. Yeah. I like it. I think that'd be hilarious. You do you do a thirty right now for that for that tape dispenser. I.

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