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"six thirty seven year" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"six thirty seven year" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Weather Channel forecast for warmth. A lot of clouds, maybe a little precipitation around. It'd be a couple of sprinkles other than that some patchy fog and cloud this morning with some pizza sunshine at times today, we make it all the way up to sixty seven degrees. The record for the day is seventy I'm meteorologist Ray Stagich chrome the Weather Channel on double-whammy. Al right now, it's thirty seven in Burke, forty two in all the thirty nine at Reagan national. I'm John Matthews on one zero five point nine FM and AM six thirty Washington's mall WMA L now Washington mornings on the mall. AM six thirty. Good morning six thirty seven year. I'm mornings on the mall. Joining us at seven five Susan's radio with a preview of the state of the union at seven thirty five is Dr Steven Farnsworth. Get a breakdown of the Ralph northern Justin Fairfax drama. Not playing well together at eight oh, five Josh Kraushaar from national journal and at eight fifteen John Russell, he's a councilman in Culpeper and talk to him about a Christian pregnancy center in Culpeper Virginia was vandalized story on that Mary Walter here. Vince colonists morning. None of my colleagues on the other side of the aisle. And any reason to block this request later today. That would make quite a disturbing favorite. If they do explicable block Senator assassins effort, I can assure them that this will not be the last time we try to.

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"six thirty seven year" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"six thirty seven year" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Carpet cleaning traffic center. Disappointing now, Maryland on the beltway things are open to seventy crash gone southbound close to eighty five and eighty it's getting back to normal Virginia. Georgetown pike effected with a crash westbound at Old Dominion drive. Now, you get by you wiggle to the left now from garage door repair dot com that WMA all Weather Channel forecast. Rain scattered for now, the steadiest rain coming in this afternoon. It'll be a cool day after yesterday's sixty one northeast breeze in mustering up about fifty three degrees today just digit from the Weather Channel on WMA. Al right now, it's forty six in Herndon forty-three in fort Washington. Forty-seven at Reagan national. I'm John Matthews on one zero five point nine FM and AM six thirty Washington's mall WMA L now. Washington mornings on. AM six thirty. Good morning and welcome to Friday six thirty seven year mornings on the mob. Joining us at seven oh, five twenty. I'm we'll get a run down from him about about that shooting in California. So so tragic at seven forty five Larry Michael is with us with a preview of the game at eight oh five Joe contra with the media roundup. Eight thirty five Bret Baier wrap up above this past week, and what to expect in the coming week on hell, and Mary Walter Vince Connie's good morning. One of the big political stories you're going to see beginning over the weekend and.

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"six thirty seven year" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"six thirty seven year" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"This is like a two thousand seven is right after I just had my first year of starting. I made a Pro Bowl all that stuff, right? So we're sitting in a restaurant and I wasn't used to people staring at me looking at me and it's a guy he's sitting over there. He standing, he's looking at me and I'm sitting there eating with my mom. Look, my mom. I say, this do staring at me like, okay, I'm like, well, you know, like, why is this staring? I mean, like, do have a problem. You got a problem, rush, Boyce dot com down. He don't recognize to you. I had to realize that people were starting to recognize me and I had to change the way I dealt with people because any other time it's like, why are you staring at you? Got a problem. That's right. Good. All right, welcome back. James Harrison. TJ who's been zodda marks Larry through VAT. Let's move to the NFL were reportedly Aaron Watterson in the Green Bay Packers have finally come to terms on a new deal, agreeing to a four year. One hundred thirty, four million dollar contract extension that will once again make Rogers the highest paid player in the NFL and reportedly includes more than one hundred million dollars in guarantees. I'm not that big on this contract because I think Aaron Rodgers these to be a better supporting cast and I wouldn't if I were him, I'd go the Tom Brady route and not be the highest paid player. I think they need a lot more help for him to be back in Super Bowl contention. So I'm not a big fan. I wouldn't. I wouldn't go that route because Tom Brady has his own facility set up inside Foxborough. I mean, he needs to get what he can what he's valued at right now. I don't have a problem with what he did. Listen. You gotta make as much as you can more cells that dude come in here and you give you give up money. Did you give you? Do you li-. Ever. Five dollars. Okay. Okay. Listen, you gotta make what you could make. I tell you what when might McCarthy morphs into Bill Belichick than I'll give you back some money. But until that happens, you better do a better job of scouting Diaz and developing guys and making sure that we have the requisite tool said here from a player's standpoint to win. But eras don't. Oh them nothing. He is the best in the business and if he can make the money and in great bay, I'm actually upset. He didn't get more. He thirty one million a year. He should be making thirty five thirty six thirty seven year in the next guy that comes should make. He should always be the highest paid player in the NFL and in a couple of years that won't be the case and you'll be talking about, oh, he's underpaid again, it's not his responsibility to make sure he has a great supporting cast exactly what Mark said. They have to put guys around him. You look at his receiving core. None of those guys are an upper echelon as payers played at their position, they should have more than enough money to get guys around. Halse money to get people to come play in Green Bay is Green Bay, right? And so that's why he, he, in my opinion, he took a pay cut..

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"six thirty seven year" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"six thirty seven year" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Am six thirty hey good morning to you it is thursday morning six thirty seven year on mornings on the mom joining us in half an hour at seven oh five will be robert driscoll is a former doj official we'll talk to him about striking cageless testimonies and congress as they face off seven thirty five brian darling the president and founder of liberty government affairs we'll talk to him about cavanaugh and congress and the confirmation battle in eight oh five or ten colonel tony schaffer i'm mary walter and i'm here with vince colonies good morning or tracking the president in brussels he's you know making actually a lot of nice noises this morning about nato and what they can accomplish he seems encouraged that everyone's going to get their spending levels up at least to that two percent mark so the tone right now is one of collegiality from the president i want to get more of an insight on this though from james califano he's a leading expert national security and foreign policy challenges and he's the heritage foundation's vice president for foreign and defense policy studies in a regular guest right here on mornings on the mall james good morning sir hey could you call back after the press conference unfortunately no because we have a radio show to do i wish i could but i do want to ask you could you grade the president right now though on on how you think he's done over the last twenty four hours well first of all we ought to be really clear here that many of the things the president has said are exactly the same things that president obama said the obama administration said look data needs to be stronger and countries need to meet the commitments that they themselves set obama and kerry both repeatedly said nord stream two is a strategic problem for europe so but he what's different is he has a very unconventional style and but listening to the press conference i think the president's pretty pleased with what he's accomplished he's reaffirmed the us commitment to nato he's agreed to have nato commit to increase the thing which is great and many of the key issues concerns whether it's crimea or ukraine or russia i think he's given i think very reassuring messages do you think this president is capable of getting these nations to pony up the two percent in a in a much speedier fashion than they had planned i mean they were dragging it i think he's just said during the press conference germany was looking at twenty thirty for getting up to two percent yes and i think it's actually a two for the live was always look because i think you know we have issues with the europeans on the economics and it and it's not just about everything european economic growth has been sluggish and that's actually bad for us the transatlantic community is better if both academies are really thriving and they have the same problems that we do except on a larger scale their their taxes outta wack they're they're social safety net sucks too much away they don't they hamstring themselves and but the argument is we can't really challenge europeans on that because we need them on security in the person look they're failing us on security to and the reason why they're doing poorly insecurity security is because they're connie's can't generate the revenue to pay for defense and so he's actually pressing them both fronts liberalize their economies and do more defense if they're gonna meet their defense commitments they're actually going to have to start really getting serious about economic growth and so ironically the guy might win on both fronts i want to let me i'm going to play a quick cut of real quick that from the press briefing and then also wanna ask you a question about the everything that's going on a nato here's the president justice for awhile ago we had a really good meeting today we had a great meeting in terms of in terms of getting along i know most of the people in the room because of last year because of the year and a half that we've been in office year and a half plus but we have a great relationship everybody in that room by the time we left got along and agreed to pay more and they agreed to pay more quickly getting along is sort of the opposite of the.

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"six thirty seven year" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"six thirty seven year" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Sunday highs eighty to eighty two degrees temperatures in federal hill in baltimore eighty one degrees seventy nine in federal's berg and coming up on the news at six thirty seven year old clinging to life after yesterday's shooting now most of us here are either married or relationships on the show so it wouldn't necessarily apply to was but you ever heard of tender a tender is yes i have a daughter who she is gender or knows about it watson dating app tender has apparently i've ever used it by understand if you like somebody you see their picture zia swipe bright or something if you don't then use keep swiping left till you find somebody that you are interested in the concept i think i've something up there but they've introduced a new looping video that lets users add super brief video to their dating profiles called tinder loops that's to second looping video feature meant to let daters better show their personalities users can upload existing videos into the edit into a two second clip now how are you possibly going to get to know somebody or find out their personality in two seconds in a in a video on tinder that's usually how long it takes joe well i just called me a nasty name tell you what are you saying i'm gonna tell my mother oh yeah but he's not on tinder lives he's on fruit loops he says i'm trying to draw them out for a long time that would just you're coming up i understand the fruit loops i suppose say here have you ever used it no because i know you've been dating on off nevertheless nine never had any desire to so you don't use any of them these tender and they've had success with it what kind of name is tender i mean he's like trying to guess maybe light a fire response love me tender cut it out relax relax shot at the end of the week he's used up all is good stuff this is what we get i don't know what that is an account this is what you get wait till nine o'clock and see what you get thank you we're not expecting much our expectations have been significantly lowered thank you mr mr whittaker she forget anything the rest of the day we'll see you a couple of six eight hundred eighteen minutes after the hour so violence public harassment we're seeing against supporters of president trump they include the.

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Tinder Loops, the dating app’s new video feature, rolls out globally

Morning Show with Sean and Frank

02:48 min | 2 years ago

Tinder Loops, the dating app’s new video feature, rolls out globally

"Sunday highs eighty to eighty two degrees temperatures in federal hill in baltimore eighty one degrees seventy nine in federal's berg and coming up on the news at six thirty seven year old clinging to life after yesterday's shooting now most of us here are either married or relationships on the show so it wouldn't necessarily apply to was but you ever heard of tender a tender is yes i have a daughter who she is gender or knows about it watson dating app tender has apparently i've ever used it by understand if you like somebody you see their picture zia swipe bright or something if you don't then use keep swiping left till you find somebody that you are interested in the concept i think i've something up there but they've introduced a new looping video that lets users add super brief video to their dating profiles called tinder loops that's to second looping video feature meant to let daters better show their personalities users can upload existing videos into the edit into a two second clip now how are you possibly going to get to know somebody or find out their personality in two seconds in a in a video on tinder that's usually how long it takes joe well i just called me a nasty name tell you what are you saying i'm gonna tell my mother oh yeah but he's not on tinder lives he's on fruit loops he says i'm trying to draw them out for a long time that would just you're coming up i understand the fruit loops i suppose say here have you ever used it no because i know you've been dating on off nevertheless nine never had any desire to so you don't use any of them these tender and they've had success with it what kind of name is tender i mean he's like trying to guess maybe light a fire response love me tender cut it out relax relax shot at the end of the week he's used up all is good stuff this is what we get i don't know what that is an account this is what you get wait till nine o'clock and see what you get thank you we're not expecting much our expectations have been significantly lowered thank you mr mr whittaker she forget anything the rest of the day we'll see you a couple of six eight hundred eighteen minutes after the hour so violence public harassment we're seeing against supporters of president trump they include the.

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"six thirty seven year" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"six thirty seven year" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Com let's check the wbal weather channel forecast mostly cloudy today with a slight chance for a shower thunderstorm the high hits ninetyone rain will increase in coverage on friday i'm meteorologist jeff marr from the weather channel on wma al right now it's seventy six and partly sunny in manassas we've got sunshiny gaithersburg seventyfive mostly cloudy and eighty degrees at reagan national i'm barbara rhythm one zero five point nine fm and am six thirty washington's mall wma l washington mornings on am six thirty good morning to us six thirty seven year on thursday morning mornings on the mall joining us in half an hour bruce klingner from the heritage foundation as mike pompeo heads to north korea at it'll five from the daily caller white house correspondent sovereign jetty is with us and at eight thirty five lieutenant colonel tony shaffer i'm mary walter with vince collines good morning i'll tell you few stories upset me like once that involved children but even more so when the parents are the wrongdoers and this story that it kind of rocked around the united states over the last twenty four hours is really gotten me bothered because i wanna share it because partly it tells the story of of sex trafficking and what it's like in the damages damaged that reeks on obviously families but especially the children who become victims of it and we've talked a lot in recent weeks about isis and separation of families and but the mission that ice has and the thing that we're trying to stop in the united states is our children being separated from their families.

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"six thirty seven year" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"six thirty seven year" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"That's not a good look on the general manager sandy would say that optics no question about it leslie and you look around baseball it is a young man's game across the point you need to have your players in the prime of their careers if you want to be successful i mean you do not see teams any longer winning with thirty six thirty seven year old players thirty three thirty four year old players and i thought sandy alderson with the reputation he had would be able to find those diamond in the rough type guys like let me ask you this leslie what is the last time sandy alderson found a guy like max muncie who's cabinet for the loss angeles dodgers i mean friedman basically found him out of nowhere i guarantee and ninety percent of the audience maybe even more than ninety percent of the audience didn't know who matt's muncie was before they season now he's carrying it for the los angeles dodgers like when was sandy alderson gonna make a move like that like you need to do that from time to time you just to why is with the disappointment and use the problem john you know and i know in every fan oh the bill parts not gonna hire someone from outside organizations they're going to hire someone they know and author dr jeff it's going to have more power i mean let's face it the metro trouble no matter what i mean it seemed you olsen him leaving okay that's easy okay but the problem is who's going to run the mets because you can't hire this guy intenders false can't recall retorting i mean omar alike almost more has the role with the mets omar is very good players or is very good at finding players now i don't like the idea one bit of making omar mnay the general manager now listen i'm always going to go based upon what mike told me when i saw him a couple of weeks ago and i know he's buddy buddy would omar told me point blank omar does not want to be gm so i'm going to take mike it is worth that i believe i i don't think that's like breaking news so moore's been around the block omar's been a gm in a couple of different places he wasn't montreal he was with the new york mets and i think that's something he wants to do this and his career whatever he wants to be in charge of you know a scouting the poor man scouting type role that's fine let them do that he'll do a great job but get a young innovative progressive type thinking gm go get yourself one of these mit whiz kids and let them run the team that's the direction baseball's going seems like you walk up and down baseball you got all these young highly educated general managers go get one right now the way the mets doom business seems outdated last two years been as bad as it gets yeah the front office and their woes go well beyond sandy alderson yeah i'm couldn't house in that front office at the end of the year eight seven seven hundred thirty seven sixty six sixty six so john recall for the time being is running the mets would you allow john rico to trade a synagogue or if it's me no way no how jj after dark right here on a fat you want a beautiful wood floor in your kitchen bath mudra but you also know eventually there will be water or mud.

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"six thirty seven year" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"six thirty seven year" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Different error who does what happens your last one before i take a break and we're talking with the whole famer gary payton here in studio what what's the difference between what guys are doing now and what you and carl malone did when you came to join the lakers odor we're thirty six thirty seven years old you know what i'm saying if i would have tried to change and twenty five twenty six years old what you think then he would have been like bell it out on his team already you know what i'm saying i'll say seattle for thirteen seasons and i was going to stay there forever if i we didn't get a new owner and owner decided to do whatever he wanted to do so that's what i'm talking about when we leave when we leave somewhere shawn kemp left because he was his shooting money he leave because he wanted to go to cleveland going better team it just the way was it wasn't that way in our day our day we wasn't that day and we can't fault these kids this is what they do this is who they be this is their their friends understand they walk around here and talk with these guys all day every day play basketball do everything you would wanna play with joe free okay you would wanna play with joe free if we had them in telling you we would've went we said okay we wanna play with mike we wanna play with shack we wanna do all of that you know in our prime time but in our era we were trying to beat everybody and that's what the way was hall of famer gary payton studio we're back with more it's coming up ourselves and travis espn la gp salsa travis espn la the hall of famer gary payton is joining us here in studio as well before we get back to the nba.

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"six thirty seven year" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"six thirty seven year" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"You know you don't want cole hamels you don't want thirty six thirty seven year old who was good ten years ago you want a severino you wanna twenty four year you want somebody who's who's an ace that another team is present team you know can't afford them so at least we trade him of course we get something for this instead of just letting them go at the end of the season let's go to al in north jersey al you're on the fan good evening how're you doing all right man how are you listen i'm diehard mets fan says eighty six eighty five actually we got lucky to win tonight all right thanks so it doesn't markle's time home on the eighth but it's like to that man like stolen chairs like cigarette speech is like pop outlets baseline for y'all lord i everybody man it's like you know it's so frustrating so they say he's my thing here as long as the mets play the hub around five hundred before the trading deadline on the cell thing do you think it'd be it'd be like can we make a play for somebody like manny machado but without having to give up the grammar syndergaard you know what i'm saying you know you just gotta write him a check and i don't think the wilpon are gonna write him a check we need we need a spark offense office let's say they got machado and let's say cesspit this is healthy for the rest of the year is that still enough will not be healthy right now if he is i don't think they still have enough because the pitching's not there i think we have decent pension we've got like four or five the bullpen but kind of have doubts about him how do your professional athlete you're still young man like what's what's the matter always what is quad like come on it's it's you know it's always something with him and i mean you gotta wonder what is it city field because i don't remember him being you know injury prone and all the other places he played all pirates him to our team wasn't he detroit right any other teams like shh shh shuffled over how many straightly.

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"six thirty seven year" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"six thirty seven year" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Jason donna clemson south carolina on the gresh show cbs sports radio i'm jay what's greenwich i'm my friend have just checking in on this lebron talk you know a lot of people are already count them out they counted them out when the first series to against indiana and i don't buy into that i think that they win both games in cleveland i think they still won somewhere probably game seven is going to go to seven but my take on it is you know the brown this is his last year in cleveland like i'm with you might go back as you know front office or an owner somewhere but i don't know if there's any player in history that has his ability to change his game in the next two to two to four years and still be productive as a facilitator on a team versus just the main score that he is now in cleveland i mean dude could completely change his game on a good team and and have fourteen fifteen sixteen assists and nine and be a facilitator and not the main score and basic sessile somewhere else and not be the main guy and have a superstore that could be that main score and him be the facilitator of that team and i don't know if you could comment on that take thing is still a few years down the road look lebron james is thirty three years old and there is no signs of his game slowing down and if lebron wants to play saying till he's forty then it may be he turns into that kind of player where if you ask me i still think the thirty six thirty seven year old lebron james would be able to function in the nba and to your point that's where his passing would come in he would still be able to score enough i mean you know a thirty six year old lebron james might be able to average a triple double and i know that's oscar robertson type but but i'm not talking about him scorn forty fifty points a game i'm talking about maybe him averaging around seventeen eighteen and changing his game and becoming a different kind of player i think that's for down the road but that.

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"six thirty seven year" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"six thirty seven year" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Ban sticking around till four o'clock cmo chris more coming up you'll get to dnc baseball tonight preakness beck's i can't be justified like to be justified like try and be justify he was that impressive in the kentucky derby was good over the wet track he ran really fast early and even though he ran slow late nobody was rarely making up any ground against him bob baffert has a history of winning the kentucky derby and then going to baltimore and winning the preakness now he had stumbled many time coming to belmont with a shot but a triple crown until american fowler a couple of years and then he was the guy who got the thirty six thirty seven year drought put aside when he wasn't with american pharaoh sell baffert knows how to do it the horse looks like he's ready to do it mike smith is just a job to do it i can't beat him he's going to be either two to five or one to two so betting him to win is not going to make you a whole lot of money but i think you've got to put him on top and then you got to try and figure a couple of horses to put underneath them here is my prediction for the preakness we will have an exact a repeat of the tri factor from the kentucky derby in the preakness stakes straight from kentucky to baltimore same exact trifecta not by horse by number the trifecta in the kentucky derby was seven six five justify good magic audible who's oars i actually liked on top used by some but i thought audible could win the race he was my heavy wind back guy batum across the board he paid five sixty a place which to shell which wasn't terrible but those were the numbers in order today's preakness seven six five would be justify over ten fold over good magic tenfold as of right now and we still got four plus hours before the race goes off but believe me when i tell you they got a lot of money in the pool already justify is currently see your wanted to favorite tenfold is the longest shot on the board of the eight entries in the preakness he is currently twenty one i run down odds your roof quick quip is the.

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"six thirty seven year" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"six thirty seven year" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Allen i could whom you either taking portly were trading down maybe like denver five point and if you like a quarterback you've got a come there too i totally agree with you live manning as a thirty six thirty seven year old quarterback to me this down the discuss its equalised twenty nine or thirty eight different story not at this age not ignore mean thirty seven year old part of his career playing for the future now a less just in the giants are going to tell you that davis web is the answer based upon homeland can anybody honestly say that davis webb who couldn't get on the field in meaningless games last year is now the heirapparent to eli manning i mean honestly over one of these picks in the first round i find out how at the bully i can't do it like a real quick my question yes sir all right corner i will give him that bullpen is new it's average to above average i wanted to see them come out of spring training i wanna see gives min i want see mugo i don't wanna see cancelled vote bliss and pole fever ruled if they go with gazelle mean and maybe even steven math you could be that second left the out of the bullpen i think then they could that could be a real shrink to the team i i don't want to see these hansa lobo support feet loss coming out of the bullpen it's just a couple of starters and i appreciate causal his that will be on the outside looking in from the rotation gazelle imminent lugo most likely on not a part of your rotation i'm not saying the mets we'll get the same results sad of them that he anchors have gotten out of chad green in adam warren transitioning into that role but pat roll being able to come in bridge the gap a kt or colza kennedy are eightinning it is more valuable than ever before ever green of warren god cents for the yankees last year on those days when you.

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"six thirty seven year" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"six thirty seven year" Discussed on WSB-AM

"I don't want to downplay this is critical i don't want to downplay how hard it is to run in to the market when the rest of the world is running out we know that's the key to build in wealth we could look at two thousand eight and go man so many people made their wealth made their fortune made their retirement right by the way they responded in two thousand eight by running in as the market was dropping its easy with hindsight to go well of course you should do that of course you should buys at drops right but when you're in it it is not easy it is really really hard there's two articles that i want to bring up the read this week that i thought were so helpful to think through the first is just recognizing how many young people right now have never invest in the midst of a drop okay bloomberg came out bloomberg bloomberg came out with article emma thank my friend nathan for passengers to me because he i i saw him walked by him in the office the other day and he said he he seen this article it was great article it says this is wall street's untested millennial majority a risk is wall street's untested millennial majority risk in other words if anybody working in wall street right now any professional quote unquote investor that under the age of thirty has never experienced a real drop in the market real significant downturn because thing about two thousand eight two thousand nine with the last major drought there's almost ten years ago so if you're under thirty you've never lived through it and even if you're over thirty you might have been that invested something about even thirty five thirty six thirty seven year old didn't have a lot of money in the market last i'ma dropped and so it wasn't that big of a deal if you've got five hundred dollars in the market and you lose forty percent of it in two thousand eight it may not wrecked your life it didn't have the same impact as if you were nearing retirement in two thousand eight so let's just pause for a minute and think of all the people all the professor in an amazing amount of professional quote unquote investors that have never experienced this are an informal poll said almost fifty percent of.

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"six thirty seven year" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"six thirty seven year" Discussed on WSB-AM

"I don't want to downplay this is critical i don't want to downplay how hard it is to run in to the market when the rest of the world is running out we know that's the key to building wealth we could look at two thousand eight and go man so many people made their wealth made their fortune made their retirement right by the way they responded in two thousand eight by running in as the market was dropping its easy with hindsight to go well of course you should do that of course you should buys at drops right but when you're in it it is not easy it is really really hard there's two articles that i wanna bring up the red this week that i thought were so helpful to think through the first is just recognizing how many young people right now have never invest in the midst of a drop okay bloomberg came out bloomberg bloomberg came out with article emma thank my friend nathan for passengers to me because he i i saw him walked by him and the office the other day and he said he have you seen this article in it was great article it says this is wall street's untested millennial majority a risk is wall street's untested millennial majority risk in other words if anybody working in wall street right now and he professional quote unquote investor that under the age of thirty has never experienced a real drop in the market rather real significant downturn because thing about two thousand eight two thousand nine with the last major drought this almost ten years ago so if you're under thirty you've never lived through that and even if you're over thirty you might have been that invested so think about even 35 three six thirty seven year old didn't have a lot of money in the market last emma dropped and so it wasn't that big of a deal you know if you got five hundred dollars in the market and you lose forty percent of it in two thousand eight it may not rector life didn't have the same impact as if you were nearing retirement in two thousand eight so let's just pause from it and think of all the people all the professor in an amazing amount of professional quote unquote investors that have.

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"six thirty seven year" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"six thirty seven year" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"You try to sell eli manning on that respective city so you can still get compensation back potentially for eli manning i don't know what the compensation is going to be a year you will i don't get no high high draft choice for a thirty six thirty seven year old quarterback i don't see that paul in white plains how're you what's up hey guy power you paul hey guys you hear me flanagan hey uh i thought was on hold i heard you guys mentioning uh that the giants seventh drafted a linebacker uh it's been called banks actually was the last one they drafted in the first round yeah because you know went ahead antonio peers they add could be good mitchell they had guys you know on the super bowl teams that we're actually pretty decent linebackers even already drafted a beside a free agent and they were bowled out he good you're right right but the point i wanted to make you guys though i've been uh i know you've been talking about still tower as the head coach the giant but i think we should probably move on from that idea simply because he's been out of the game for ten years plus and even when he with at the end of his tenure he wasn't really like an offensive innovator per se like you rent the really old school offense nfl that you need an offense of animator i know in june 10th that like all he was basically have grounded pound guy by the end and i think kind of the time to add some by and we've seen the same sort of thing it is still calorie to roxburgh never really had a great quarterback i'm you take a look at whose quarterback score yelled stewart kordell stewart neil o'donnell i mean he did get the super bowl when the all donald but i need these these guys whose quarterback semi have any great quarterbacks there until he got rudderless spark plus also why can't you bring in a veteran head coach who hires.

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"six thirty seven year" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"six thirty seven year" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Is a quarterback i went number one overall and he quinn he couldn't scratch the the starting windows debatable job for the barrel that he went number we need on new how wind is blowing it up in philadelphia so i so so to me as again i think you're absolutely right i think the big story line is because of what happened last year the fact that he couldn't even get on the starting squad last year we have a needle marks with us bill miller social on espn radio what is going on with mac ado versus what but he said after the game about eli basically calling him out for that possession there when they wanted to go 'forum fourth down in the blessing for the field books them get the time our they call the timeout and makato i dunno was walking back not being emotional but what can you tell us about the situation there with head coach the quarterback law a few things it's not just one thing that's wrong with a giant it's several and i was talking about it with with the producers here it's kind of a series of important events first and foremost as you know it starts with the offensive line unfortunately the giants honey horrible one on and it's gonna go from bad to worse because now body heart is ruled out for the game sunday against that of eagles which means they have to move justin pew from left guard to right tackle justin he was kind of security blanket for eric flowers if you look at air flowers stats his games when justin pews is not next to him it's not get so that's first and foremost so there's a big concern for the offensive line on top of that you've got to thirty six thirty seven year old quarterback you i manning who is not an aaron rodgers who is not a russell wilson who can't run around kick rate for him south i think you lie is a great quarterback if you give him a pocket if you give him time you need to put the right pieces around him for him to be able to to perform he doesn't had it that's number two on number three unfortunately i spoke to a few executives yesterday around the league i just want to get some insight on not to.

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"six thirty seven year" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"six thirty seven year" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"And they just talk and they just say things and then you sort through what they said and it you know you put it together does a lot of sense so i i'm i'm kind of interested in in the overall context here but yeah you know i mean to a to a large extent you're right there's there's there's some hypocrisy within the within the the quotes i i'll grant that i'm just i'm interested in in in the context there and i'm i'm interested in in the golden state warriors are super team and they've got a lot of like you know short personalities led a big personalities and i would imagine that if if steve kerr and an and klay thompson and steph curry and kevin durant and draymond green decide we're not going everybody also fall in line yeah i think you're right but look david west david west is thirty six thirty seven years old played forever in the nba i'm just interested in and i i don't know if he would want to go to the white house not wanna go to the white house if he's anti i don't know but what i'd be interested in is if if a formal invitation was handed out and david west and i'm just using him as an example a guy who played for a bunch of different teams had a really good nba career finally gets his ring if he's like item kinda toward the end of my rope here and i'm not going to get a chance maybe to go back to the white house and if we do it's going to be next year with trump so i'm going i'm just i'm interested in how that would play i'm issue in if if there's going to be someone who says look i don't agree but i'm an nba champion nba champions go to the white house aboard the white house what's what.

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