19 Burst results for "Seventy Seventy Percent"

"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"Don't forget to sign up for parole on it and stuff got to love it like ten I hit the raiders to win and getting the one and I have the double covered a star you're in about a week last week another my week in the seventy seventy percent winners on my dad's covered last week about a seventy nine of seventy seven or seventy one to seventy one and seventy percent week five in the seventies it's ridiculous but it's documented it's true I have five all in one of my time six plays nine point one and spreads and I'm on sign up hide the money from your wife a row on the bench dot com so after the game Gruden was celebrating in the black call and literally making love to raider fans for about ten minutes and I got an idea there's just no getting around it the guy's done a hell of a job this year with this game a bunch of nobodies that's all there is to it right these young guys like grand bro and then Josh Jacobs Derrick guards plan out of his mind and this is a good football team there in every game they play every week even if they lose their in it and there are dangerous team without a doubt and now they're five and four and they just beat the Chargers on you know thurs and have a ball and in prime time very impressive I think it's a kick in the teeth of the Chargers who fall of foreign sex that hurt them badly I don't think they recover from that and do anything you're not gonna make the playoffs and I played it a Jeez next Monday night have fun what hours that game I have to look at Errol had good luck all I know is the raiders are getting into a position where you're gonna start talking about them as a wild card perhaps that games in LA next week though so they'll have a shot I still think yeah anything could happen in a division game for sure but I think the you know I needed she's a matter not Chargers will say though that that could be you know do or die for the Chargers they can't afford to lose another game so they'll be planned kind of desperado football I will say I'm very impressed with the raiders and Gruden John in Staten Island here on CBS sports radio you go to bed Hey what's up Johnny can I get a scratch on the rocks and be Scott's rod center Bruce gauge I got a Daddy about the I. no money for my wife and you got a lot but I had I put my I put purple and I had my way thanks to the wall may pose wonderful post content that's that's that's a huge win tonight for them and Caroline and I you know I got you know the I. owners were hot to ten in a row it's hard to bet against them right now if you want to head that that's very bad that would have paid as well as a great game in overtime game the penguins Biederman ended their winning streak but I got I was very surprised arrangers one in Raleigh to be honest with you and they won last night doing is to try it so a nice little mini stretch for the Rangers right there and then as far as batting tonight goes I love that raiders double cover well one way back we stopped over forty two that that may be poorly like at like you like the old law wait wait wait wait makes it a world okay what bank you know and I guess he says you know what you think I'm not in all the I guess you don't want to lose the Starkey stood on its head thank you Jack the protectier on Carolina echo echo whatever I mean they had what one one not the deep sliding back and forth I mean it was a maze well I he still had some of the last in the tank for sure but you know I think his days are numbered you know he's had a great career he's going to be one of these guys that you now was close but no cigar righties he he's not gonna win a Stanley Cup in his career but he had a great career needs a legend in New York they love them in New York I feel always be safe walking around New York and going to the garden eleven home for life I think he's one of those guys like you know they love Mike Richter and they love gravy and they love all these guys he's definitely the king will be they're never gonna take that crown from him he's going to be a rock star with ranger fans for the rest of his life no doubt about it so I got right into me what you think of this raider team and the job that Gruden is done like you have to admit this is Tony from improve my reaction dot com I'm here with doctor working P. today Hey this is doctor Rourke Pete what would you say to a guy out there struggling with the D. I don't know about you guys but.

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"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"The title of it is just two six four seven eight so there you have it so in the <hes> in the back half of this video <hes> there's a demo and it's it's <hes> you can see how this copyrighted music. I'm pretty sure it's a real because i've heard it on a million youtube video. It's finding how oh one year when you get all becomes almost like a kid right just looks like a kid. This one's pretty but low there you. Oh you're feeling in elevator other one would do you think this one. This one's almost too cool though dan. This guy looks really cool no but like it's intimidating. I want one. That says we saw this guy. I think that's good. It goes one cool motherfucker. That's one. I'm sorry it's too good to be the great gatsby. We should have a while yeah. We got a narrow it down. The gatsby twitter poll yeah aid twitter world. What would you vote <hes>. I'm going with the gatsby or the two seater. The one that swivels wanted and is a good one to two. We have any more questions for mike before we close this. He said okay all right mike. Can you ask him about this woman. Is it the same website. We saw one on another website in the business of mobility. Tell me with scooter mike. Mike and my wife likes to be able to see our surroundings soundings. Look around while we good so <hes>. I kinda like the the the classic though because you know mobility mary when you see this classic scooter coming west. One is a classic again. That's when you know you're in trouble this one. This was not classic. This one's out of fucking. I'll tell you which is classic recreational racial scooter. Oh this one's pretty classic now. This was not cloud this saco till the gatsby. Everyone's everyone's gonna vote for the gatsby. You guys have mentioned wanting to potentially trick this thing out. I feel like the gatsby has a lot of tory already. They tricked yeah. I guess that's true. It's already tricked. Gotta find some normal ones because you got all the craziest ones. There's some normies in there. I mean the <hes> uh thirty six right he w thirty oh that's the color one. I mean other than the color is pretty standard. Yeah i guess so. What are you laughing here. They've come on our charity well. I wanna see so why look away. That baby is fun this one. I guess this one. Let's get more info pricey five thousand to look at the size of that thing but what does it do. You stand your ass up. Oh yeah jazzy elite. It's called jazzy elite. I don't know if i call that jazzy jazzy lead h._d. Heavy duty power chair to the way capacity is and always will be laughing is just either what i was saying before just because you sell done at elevator shaft. Oh my god look at this pop up. I got all they're pushing that seventy seventy percent off. Let me enter my your email down through the podcast one. If you get a crazy coupon code for the gossipy them we'll buy get my offers there..

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"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"Three elite dot com yeah the title of it is just two six four seven eight so there you have it so in the <hes> in the back half of this video <hes> there's a demo and it's it's <hes> you can see how this copyrighted music. I'm pretty sure it's a real because i've heard it on a million youtube video. Oh one year when you get all becomes almost like a kid right. Just looks like a kid. This one's pretty dough but low there you oh you're feeling in elevator other one would do you think this one. This one's almost too cool though dan. This guy looks really cool no but like it's intimidating. I want one. That says we saw this guy. I think that's good. It goes one cool motherfucker. That's one. I'm sorry it's too good to be the great gatsby. We should have a while yeah. We got a narrow it down. The gatsby twitter poll yeah aid twitter world. What would you vote <hes>. I'm going with the gatsby or the two seater. The one that swivels wanted and is a good one to two. We have any more questions for mike before we close this. He said okay all right mike. Can you ask him about this. Woman is it the same website took. We saw one on another website in the business of mobility. Tell me with scooter mike. Mike and my wife likes to be able to see our surroundings soundings. Look around while we good so <hes>. I kinda like the the the classic though because you know mobility mary when you see this classic scooter coming west. One is a classic again. That's when you know you're in trouble this one. This was not classic. This one's out of fucking. I'll tell you this classic recreational racial scooter. Oh this one's pretty classic now. This was not cloud this saco till the gatsby. Everyone's everyone's gonna vote for the gatsby. You guys have mentioned wanting to potentially trick this thing out. I feel like the gatsby has a lot of tory already. They tricked yeah. I guess that's true. It's already tricked. Gotta find some normal ones because you got all the craziest ones. There's some normies in there. I mean the uh thirty six right he w thirty oh that's the color one. I mean other than the color is pretty standard. Yeah i guess so. What are you laughing here. They've come on our charity well. I wanna see so why look away. That baby is fun this one. I guess this one. Let's get more info pricey five thousand to look at the size of that thing but what does it do. You stand your ass up until i said yeah jazzy elite. It's called jazzy elite. I don't know if i call that jazzy jazzy lead the h._d. Heavy duty power chair to the way capacity is and always will be laughing is just either before just because he fell done at elevator shaft. Oh my god look at this pop up. I got all they're pushing that seventy seventy percent off. Let me enter my your email down through the podcast one. If you get a crazy coupon code for the gossipy them we'll buy get my offers there..

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"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The family film you've been searching for it's packed with action full of surprises and will knock your books on the desk a light in the lost city of gold BG now please in in the station the opinions of the host on Katie W. when are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of this station its management or Beasley media group now nicotine toxicity has been linked to seizures eighty six many times contain more nicotine in cigarettes then there was a study that looked at certain he sig flavors causing vessel disruption well get a blood flows off that can also lead to a seizure so you know we were just talking about how bunch of people been hospitalized because of lung infections based on you know they're easy to use but see shows is a pretty serious stuff so if any of your kids have had a seizure you better ask them are searching a room for vaping devices just in case that could be it if there's no other reason for the seizure one eight seven seven dot deli when he seven seven deal C. D. A. L. I the FBI is warning of romance scams where online daters are acting as a money meals they say up to thirty percent of romance fraud victims in two thousand eighteen our estimates have been uses money meals laundering funds there were obtained illicit activities and boy are you at risk when you're single you're looking for love and you go online now lot of people meet people online I've had family members we people online friends you can meet some great people unfortunately the launch of the go online are desperate not everybody but there are some group there is a group that's they can beat anybody and they're gonna go online to try to find somebody scammers well attached to that according to a new warning by the F. B. I.'s intercom complete center hello later Blatter flavor of confidence romance scams calmly involves one of a number of meticulously crafted stories that may ultimately result in the victim unwittingly aiding and abetting a crime often these con artists will convince you to open bank accounts under the guise of sending or receiving funds now we've talked about that in fact I wrote a book with my mom called the baby boomers guides online dating how we talk about how if anybody asks you to open a bank account or anything about money nobody online to talk to you about money that's a huge red flag so these account of the rescue to open up is used to facilitate criminal activities for short time the countess flags by financial position to be closed but then the actor may tell you to open a new account or beyond a new victim and it is sometimes the fronts double complained to the European or American living abroad I will tell the victim about a lucrative business opportunity and the venture a set of already attracted a great deal of it is from a masters or want to find it but they need to US bank account or they can send the money and the scammer may convince you to open up the account in their name or register a limited liability company and allow money transfers to flow into the account in reality though the fraudsters transfer stole money into the account and they then they instruct you had to forward the money into their accounts so apparently this is happening a lot in a recent report by the B. B. B. the better business bureau seven of thirty percent of romance scam victims of two thousand eighteen were used as money meals so is becoming more more barely two thousand eighteen the I. C. three receive reports from eighteen thousand people who claims they had been victims of confidence romance fraud and what were the losses about three hundred sixty two million that's an increase of more than seventy seventy percent for two thousand seventeen so you go online you want to find love and somebody and it won't it won't be the first date it won't be the first interaction online so I mean it'll be something like this online and you meet somebody let's say your girl I know like okay customer service somebody on the first date so let's say it's somebody on the other line but your meeting and the like you know what I want to take it slow I've had some you know bad relationships in the past using really really nice and I want to make it work so I don't want to mess anything up so we'll take it slow okay well you're like oh wow I'm not used to hearing that most of time they want to go to that then okay let's talk again because I really want to tell you then you guys were to share yeah well you know I never really told anybody this I don't like to kind of talk about it but I feel so comfortable talking to you but you know I need I lost my job I've had so many issues yeah but don't tell me but I don't really like to talk about it but you know now that we're being open you know I won we need to tell each other everything I feel like all my gosh you know he's opening up to me then the next conversation yeah you know these are things I need to do but you know well you know my situation and you know so I I you know my mom sick what what will make it work let me help you not and I couldn't I couldn't do that no no no no we just met none now and the fourth state I start talking and also how are you how's your mom not good medication she needs is expensive man so I want you to be my mom you remind me of my mom she's amazing so hopefully when she gets better I want you to be there you know and thanksgiving is coming up so now you're thinking okay relationship I'm going to be the mom thanksgiving L. well tell me more about this medicine and then you guys are talking well let me help I just couldn't do that I could eat at the you know what I'll let you help the only reason why this for my mom but but I mean if this is for me I want to commend I mean it's it's stuff like this and you know when you want love you will believe anything you well you know you well so others open up the calendar lottery money or you know just please be careful out there.

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"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone

Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone

"Have the exact opposite happen the way I think of the relationship between these innate traits and our actual behavior leaves loads of room for effects of experience in fact it's manifested through those experiences so the argument would be the just like when we're trying to understand how variation jeans relate to the outcome. We have to take developmental title trajectory. Will I would say the same thing for understanding how are nate predispositions influence our character on our habits which is what people see in someone's day to day behavior. You have to understand the trajectory that person's life has taken bacon which is influenced by those innate predispositions but not determined by it so is that the reason why we see when we measure say something like intelligence. It actually seems to become I may be misleading this but more inherited as we get older yet. It's a weird statistical effect there which is if you measure if you do say a twin study or a family study or an adoption study of I._Q.. And you'll be so you measure does your I._Q.. In say children then what you'll find is there's a big genetic effect. That trait is quite heritable in children but there's also a shared environmental effect which means what family you are in does have an effect on your I._Q.. When it's measured as children the observation that's been repeated many times is that if you take people and measure their I q as adults than that effect of the shared family environment seems to have disappeared and as a result proportionately the heritage ability is a higher number right if it we used to be sixty percent and now that you know some extra variation due to what family you're in has gone away then that sixty percent becomes seventy seventy percent of the variation? That's left so the explanation for that. It's speculative because people don't really know but the explanation is that there are effects while you were in the bosom of the family that have to do with say whether your parents make you do your homework or not and that can show up when you're taking these I._Q.. Tests but those effects are short lived there not actually making you smarter. They're making you better taking the I._Q.. Tests when your child but the sort sort of innate differences will will ultimately manifest later on that's only one interpretation and I don't want to over egg that because it like I said it is somewhat speculative and it's also the case of course that her intelligence is not fixed and I don't want to give that impression at all because as an educator the reason I educate students is to make them smarter. It's not just to that. They know some facts about genetics or some facts about neuroscience. You know the point of education is to make people better thinking at better at learning and better at discerning things and working things out all of the practical elements that we would say are described by the term intelligence and it's very clear that intelligence is boosted by education because of course the I._Q.. Tests that we give two children are much easier than the ones that we give to adult so education does lift people's intelligence residence. It may not do that equally. Some children may be better prepared to benefit from that than others and some people may have innately and intellectual potential. That's greater than others in the same way that they have a potential for height. That's greater than others but again as an educator I would say that a rising tide lifts all boats even if eventually some of them still sit higher in the water than others what about brain plasticity well. It's an interesting term term and and it's often phrased just as you've done it baldly just like brain plasticity and it's a term that has entered the public lexicon. I think thanks to lots of really interesting. Studies have shown that the brain is is not fixed it can change itself and of course that's not a surprise to any neuroscientists. That's what the brain is four. That's how learning happens is the brain changing itself in response to experience in a way recording that experience as for example sample changing the weights between connections of neurons in the same way as as weights are changed in an artificial neural network when they're doing deep learning for example and they're learning things and the outcome of that learning is that the network response differently to the same input overtime and so that's how we adapt to our environments..

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Biggest Footwear Companies Rail Against Trump For Import Tariffs

America Trends

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Biggest Footwear Companies Rail Against Trump For Import Tariffs

"American shoe companies are warning President Trump that sopping tariffs on shoes imported from China would be catastrophic for US consumers Nike Adidas under armor, footlocker and other sports shoe brands expressing their concerns into a letter sent to the president yesterday. That letter from over one hundred seventy footwear companies says raising import duties duties on on shoes shoes from from China China with with threaten threaten the the economic economic viability viability of of many many companies companies that that sell sell shoes shoes more more than than seventy seventy percent percent of of the the shoes shoes imported imported to to America America are are made made in China

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No. 1 Tennessee puts away Florida, 73-61

SportsCenter AllNight

01:06 min | 2 years ago

No. 1 Tennessee puts away Florida, 73-61

"College tie-break Tennessee ran its team record winning streak to eighteen games getting sixteen from grant Williams in the seventy three sixty one win over Florida. Jordan Boden had thirteen is the volunteers moved to twenty two and one are they legit? Yes. F- Greenberg thinks so. A great job evaluating evaluating guys who can play for him and win for him. They've got grown men. And what I mean by that Zimmer a physicality a tough this to this Tennessee team their fifth in the country and points per possession in the half court. They can also beat you in transition. They've got a tough this about them where they can post up. Great williams. They could post up Admiral Scofield at the end of games, they shoot seventy seventy percent from the three point the from the free throw line. This is a Tennessee team that checks, you rebounds, and execute just think about this in the last three fours the makeup of the phone force twenty two seniors those teams Twenty-one juniors ten sophomores and only seven freshman. There's not a freshman on this Tennessee team that has scored this season upper-class Latin team that has a maturity at a

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"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

The Atheist Experience

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

"Like, I don't know what you mean by that. I don't know what you mean by that is when you have into Kerr's, and this needs is going to be a is going to be human being with. No, we don't what I'm saying. Is that doesn't always occur. Right. But it doesn't even often occur. It doesn't happen even often. Right. So human beings, late human the fact that even does it. Ten just like a car accident can happen. All right. But I don't think it's a natural order of driving to have a car accident. Just because we know that a certain percentage of people are going to have an accident. What I'm saying is that if you wanna look at why people have sex there's a few things to consider number one. We are not very fertile, right? Human beings as a species that are not fertile. So you look at something like a salmon it has sex like once and it has like a jillion offspring. That's a really successful reproduce. That's a animal that you look at. And you say, you know, what that there's an example of sex for reproduction, right? But but you have other animals, and it starts to get less. So some some animals they have they go into heat. Right. So you'll have an animal that that. For example, the female will have a certain period where she presents as fertile. And she lets this be known not. Necessarily consciously. But her body will put out sent will go into heat start to bleed like she will do things sometimes the Volvo will expand. And and you know, and so this is a way to signal. Hey, I am fertile right. And then that will attract mates, and they will have sex, and it has a higher rate of reproduction because those animals are also kind of geared toward we have sex when we're ready to reproduce. And then we have set human beings. Don't do this. Right. So human females if it weren't for modern science. We really don't know when we human females would not know just sort of consciously that hey, I am now ovulating, and it's so we don't know that. And we also have no way of signaling men that, you know, hey, it's time for me to reproduce. So I'm really looking for sex. So the question becomes why do people have sex? So why are we having sex? If we're getting further and further from this idea of being coupled to reproduction, so here's some interesting. Stats when a guerilla is when guerrillas engage in sex. They tend to conceive every twelve sex X. That's a real good rate human beings when they studied some human beings who were trying to have a baby. Okay. These are people that were invested in having baby one hundred four six x per conception. When they were trying. Okay. That's a lot of sex to have a baby. Right. So for people. We're more of a social sexual animal, and there are other species that are like this. Right. So there's been no bows, and they are rampant with sex. Right. They are they are like a type of animal that looks like chimpanzee, and they are having lots and lots of sex, and they seem to have sex as a stress release thing. People have sort of bonding as well. Right. So human beings bond a lot we have sex. A lot are models of sexuality. I'm not convinced in the west are necessarily aligned to what people are would do if they weren't so socialized to particular models. Right. So for example, you have estimates that can show anywhere. Upwards of like seventy seventy percent of men who say I would have sex with somebody else if I thought that it wouldn't cause a problem outside my marriage, right and women at the same similar rates up in the sixties, I would have sex with other people people are sort of geared towards sexuality, but we're not necessarily geared toward. That being for now. I do agree with you that yes, we do reproduce sexually. I'm not going to sit here and say, oh, that's the wildest idea. I've ever heard. It's like, no, clearly we are a species that reproduces sexually..

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"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Pasteurize the milk you heat it to a certain level and it's kind of like cooking it but it's not killing it's killing certain bacteria and other organisms that exist in the milk that pasteurization has has eliminated and i have two hats to wear in this discussion my masters degrees in public health right and i'm very sensitive to the overall a public perception that people have of the dairy industry and there's no doubt that insists of consuming raw milk have caused some sickness so when i was chair of the ad committee i brought the folks that were very opposed to the pill and very in favor of the bill together and and this was democrats and republicans on both sides of this you was fascinating politically to work through and we came up with a compromise that helped protect the dairy industry helped early identification of any potential problems help trace back the problems to that farm fully educated the consumers on what the risks were and allowed farmers to do direct sales of raw milk and we had a bill that the secretary of agriculture helped us with and we passed it in the legislature with support on both sides of the aisle seventy seventy percent of legislation passed it unfortunately are our god bless him art democratic urban governor fee towed the bill but that's a specific example of what i mean when i talk about how we need value added products we need to have products on the farm that add value that the farmers are not just selling a commodity for a low price but they're actually creating something that is of value to the consumers and another example of this is cd oil from help so i was also a strong proponent of hemp we're talking about it way back in two thousand nine when i chaired the accuracy i wrote the bill in two thousand eleven and two thousand thirteen in two thousand seventeen i'm sorry thirteen and fifteen in seventeen the republicans got bless him they stole my bill they made it better and they passed it and so i became the third author because only the first and second ticket credits to give a third author credit and i'm like okay fine great fantastic right now we have about three hundred forty farms that are out there that are putting plants in the ground i talked to a constituent who is doing this she just got the plants in the ground over memorial day she's working with w river falls to do an experiment on the horticulture or the management of the crop and i'm very excited to see this takeoff and for those of you your listeners that are thinking she willing to go a little farther on this canopus plant is the same plant but it's a different variety so everything we're learning now is going to help us when i think it's just inevitable that both recreational and medical marijuana become legalized and i look at it from the consumer perspective but also look at it from the farmer perspective and when folks that our say are you in favor of legalizing marijuana i'm like yes absolutely but how we write the bill is really important i don't want to big companies from colorado that are multinational companies to come in and and and and take up all of the ability to sell the product i wanna make sure that wisconsin farmers are able to get into the market end that this can be another example of diversity in agriculture which helps our farms sustain be sustainable over time if you're just joining us you are listening to the monday june twenty fifth twenty eighteen edition of a public affair on w o r t eighty nine point nine fm madison and w o r rtfm dot org my name is patty pell tacos and i'm your host this hour on today's show my guest in the studio is state senator kathleen vine.

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"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on KGO 810

"Pushing forward even though they're reading the same headlines and you know the workplace hasn't changed since the fifties and they're going to have to overcome challenges unless they get there to think about in two thousand twenty an estimate one point four million tech jobs will be available in the united states but seventy seventy percent of the may go unfilled it goes to show that there needs to be a movement something needs to happen right what that's nice we'll just see you later after you're done raising your kids in eighteen years and that's really unfair and mom's need jobs we do do tina lee you are the founder and ceo of mother coders code like mother as her t shirt says where can the ladies out there listening where can they reach out to you mother coders dot org was it hard to come up with that name yeah trying not to swear right now but i mean i i kind of you know you were trying to figure out of his pc enough what's the most pc thing that i could do given who i am and i know you well and that's very pc because you wanted to cuss like seven times during this interview i don't cuss on the today show i promise.

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"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on KGO 810

"Thumb which is probably wrong but since i'm i've i've heard it someone else's heard it so let's talk through if you're in your sixties you get sixty percent of your home's equity you're near seventy seventy percent eighties eighties but if i just heard you right it was about fifty percent of your home value is that because of the government regulation because as i understand it the private sector is really isn't participating in the reverse mortgage industry at this point in time that's right so the fha dictates the rules for their mortgages today insure in generally speaking it's about fifty percent of of the home's value or the home value limit that that you could borrow and that number goes down a little bit younger you are so okay if you're if you're closer to you know eighty eighty five ninety that numbers little higher closer the fifty five or sixty percent limit k for somebody who's sixty two to seventy you know it's gonna be lower but but really this is a calculated the calculation based on life expectancy and home equity is really unique to everybody so in every case what we do is give a personalized quote to somebody that they know exactly what what a reverse mortgage would look like for them so there's always more formula based the government's get a have a whether it's fha or conventional the government's going to have their guidelines in which we all have to hear to the approach would be the same in that you're going to have a formula in this custom analysis you're going to evaluate clients of client a prospect situation customer situation and then let them know what their options are in their exactly.

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"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Yeah i would say most of the time when people do you know typical diet eighty five percent of them will gain it back within the next year and a half percent right okay so if it doesn't work then what does work what works is number one is not just focusing on the problem which is that wait but actually changing what you're doing so you get different results in your life and not just making a change of just eating a different way just for a little bit of time you know how much of that is is mental and physical well know seventy seventy percent of it is is what you put in your mouth and and the rest is you know how you move your body so okay so i think so often we think it's all you know i could just eat some lettuce and some carrots for awhile i'm going to lose weight and it's all going to be fine and and yet you talk about eric how when we lose weight it actually it increases our ability to run a better business well think about this when you're when your business gets weiner is runs more efficient and so and you actually it actually builds momentum and so when you when you get healthier in your body you're gonna number one reduce stress lowered tubby lower medications you're on you know diabetic cholesterol high blood pressure you're gonna increase your energy you're gonna.

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"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on NFL Live

"In mike mitchell who comes out and talks about how when he here's mike tomlin speak like he's not trying to read between the lines and part of his honesty is it's pure and when you have a league that is seventy seventy percent african american and you have the rooney rule showing if you use that you can find these coaches that are pretty amazing it i find it interesting that more teams haven't tried to emulate this yeah i mean i listen i think that i think that that the rooney role is is is a whole different a whole different topic of not a different topic of conversation but a much larger knock of conversation because i mean i i know that i know that a lot of players a lot of coaches are frustrated with the way that the league has or really more to the point has not implemented the rooney rule i mean there was a when i was at the pro bowl one of the one of the ways that i reported this piece was that i mean tomlin wouldn't talk to me but he talks to everybody except me talks to a lot of people he's a very talkative guy and so i saw him talking to russell kong and i went up there and ask you know hey what what did you guys talk about and russell turn to me and said right off he goes we're talking about the rooney rule.

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"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on KWAI 1080 AM

KWAI 1080 AM

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on KWAI 1080 AM

"I'm trying to stay on the track here but here we have a woman that's never been loved and when she was born we saw it again mother let me just start again just a little bit because there's something missing here if you look at the generations the way i express it eve is subject to the dock side of the force subject to adam is subject to the woman and therefore he looks to her fulfillment which is dangerous because if i'm right you she's you're only creating making her worse she wants love you want lust because you're part animal and you said the more you want to last trust i had i said the more you want to fill fill yourself the more you look to the woman and that this woman doesn't give it to you may go off and get somebody else but his it's dangerous you have to realize that hey i'm coming with the woods now here on the is something in in all of us when we come comments the world are here it is again when we cup in the woman comes into the world man comes into the world the world beginning with woman and a failing men will create the horror we have today of eighty eight percents of people debt walking away from each other leaving the kids to do what they shouldn't be doing if that if if they see that marriage doesn't work then they're gonna do something of their own is even worse what i'm trying to say to you sir is that you have what everybody's got but most people can't say it admit to it but seventy seventy percent of the people listening here including you you know you're not a good father see you turned it am i correct not a good father are you you you in your own way you got something missing and you're looking for you start with women and it doesn't work so you go to drugs and alcohol and to end with women trying to get turning women is of hawes including your wife that's what's going on all the time every day am i right sir no you're not right go ahead tell me why i never a lot after a women after the last twenty years i've stayed away from that and.

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"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on The World Transformed

The World Transformed

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on The World Transformed

"As we run into w with the sorting out things like employment at who just this whole idea that you have a job and then you get your money and then you're part of the economy ramming that that sir that their standard model for that and maybe that stays because maybe we figure out how to make the economy much more productive maybe that's one of the problems that the ice off or threaded through it's easier to get a lot more bang for your buck out of the economy and then just everybody of a high paying job irby's you know you you've got you've got employment and then you don't actually need universal basic income or maybe universal basic income takes the form of those you know something like everybody's got a job i there's a lot of different ways it can pan out and i think they're they're they're an awful lot of people with vested interests on different sides of this that are going to be i don't know coming head to head over over the next i think definitely we can say within twenty years we'll have a cleaner picture of how that whole thing is going to resolve itself for what the big conflict will be than we than we have right now and i certainly hope is when we were yeah where the statement the the idea that were you're trying to eliminate all the security guards were kind to uh even though the meter readers she now that the garden leave the reader a direct threat water and electricity i mean that's all being done uh wirelessly now but to meter readers get more than just read the meter snow the hell other jobs as part of that so that eliminates tasks it doesn't eliminate the entire jobs then break we we we then need fewer people naturally to do the work but to the entire top doesn't go away just gets reduced down and over i mean we we still have above you would argue whip manufacturers out there um and so beats the shops don't totally seemed like it never go away totally um but they they certainly get reduced so it in the seventeen other to me seventy seventy percent of the people in the country worked in agriculture and uh we've gone through several iterative since a fifty percent unemployed.

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"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"You know month for las vegas as far as the events that have unfolded and uh and uh and and and i'm happy to be here in trying to bring some uh comedy into the into the city and and some uh some some laughter into the city if you're just tuning in my name's tom power i'm speaking with tom green he's in las vegas right now or he's about to start a stand of comedy residency at bally's in las vegas one of the most recent times we talk to you was in in november as you mentioned that was the morning after donald trump was elected the us president you were on cue as part of a a comedians panel and actually gonna play you a clip from that morning okay you know i'm on my way up to spokane washington this weekend with when hillary you know it was a bruce st but in our be performing in many red states this year yep and and people neither voice known and i think i have to find a way to go out and and talk about seventy seventy percent politics is not something that i have focused on in my comedy but because of my relationship with the president put in a position where i i do feel like i have something to say about it and are not happy about their about the result but maybe uh changes at first and messy uh in the metal uh maybe some how things go end up being good in the end at at at at the very least you know it uh you know of comedians to go and.

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"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

"Yep okay k was definitely a slave oxen europe by yourself with one hundred percent affiliate what about this one is due o nominee when i got a little spoke in a one they're still gases somebody somebody with a future ahead of them that we can literally mole can i say some can i say something i and i know i know under were not a political park esta i know when graham are resorting to that nature but i just want people to understand this seen in particular because when the president of our country tweets are certain things i say hey you should kick them off the field those son of a bitch is it almost has a feeling of ownership in little what people say hey those owners should do this thing to people who are of color normally black man it has this kind of feeling of ownership where it's like you know what i want to put these puzzles these figures these items that technically recall every team has a owner the lessons a member that so the owners of these players can mad is what they do so in these were the fuck is right here looking about all of that was too big that was too small what does that literally sound like well we got we got we like when they go on like scouts so we go to the combat what are we looking at you know what i'm saying like when i think about it like and again i understand is why people there as well but for the most part what is what is football seventy seventy percent black lane relate maybe sixty vote basketball is even higher than amateur it like what are we say he will base was now integrated were like brown and blacks have yeah a lot of a lot of latinos latinos and baseball.

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"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Have money at the same time you'll still end up with a higher return going to in this case bonds immediately rather than gradually if the market sakes while you're you're making the movement because your risk tolerance says i'm i cannot accept the risk interest that better rate of return because he says what such what if star immaterial the whole point of creating a stock bond mix that matches your risk tolerance in the first place because you don't know what the market is going to do exactly so rather than engage in a guessing game uribe at a blend of stocks bonds aside from occasional rebalancing that you can stick with through good markets and bat that can deliver the level of of the the rate of return cut commensurate with the level of risk rights willing to take now he says in this case dollarcost averaging undermines that strategy now it does because you're going from an aggressive point to a lesser us appoint and that's not dollarcost averaging that's reverse dollarcost averaging that's pulling money out of a volatile area and going to a more conservative area that is that is going that has a chance to really hurt because reversed all averaging is one of the biggest problems with most retirement portfolio does when we're taking this tribunals they take it out of a volatile area and win the markets really high works fine but when the market goes down you have to sell a lotta shares more shares to get well we needed a little shares are no longer there to recover now what about going from a more conservative chill more aggressive portfolio would this same principle apply yesterday no oh going from a or a lesser you've got a lump sum and you've let's say you want to go from forty percent stock to seventy seventy percent and.

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"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

Digiday Podcast

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"seventy seventy percent" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

"What if like the amount of advertising actually goes down i dunno i i sometimes wonder whether or not like it maybe a dozen all that maybe doesn't move her maybe like you know seventy seventy percent moves uram you know if that happens we'll see you know ultimately companies have to create brand and have to sell things and yet it's the engine and capitalism cowboys i don't know whether to one the white in its it i think it's your point it might manifests itself in different ways than we're used to say our experience old ways it might be in a might be a combination of podcasting it might be other kind of experiential event type work it might be creating new products that are marketing in and alone solves arm it certainly in our case means working together with brands to create great branded content an unusually brands either you know we see them doing it themselves i think more often they'll turn to companies like ours who know what we're doing to to create something wonderful that aligns with their brand values um so i think you'll see that so i believe in advertising i believe in marketing mud i think he has to see you so you really believe in advertising because you a lot of people are are doing subscription models right and i don't believe any of your properties no none of our we have other business mahlangu inlicensing when we have a big conference business to so we know we we were diversifying and and i'm the why not why not subs i'm supportive of of subs for the right kind of model i'd say first of all we're proud that we can offer our content.

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