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Mozambique: UN responds as thousands are hit by Cyclone Eloise

UN News

00:51 sec | Last month

Mozambique: UN responds as thousands are hit by Cyclone Eloise

"Un agencies have stepped up to help communities in mozambique affected by tropical cyclone. Louise just three weeks after. Devastating tropical storm at chalene made landfall. Louise hit bearer a major city in sofala province in central mozambique at the weekend bringing high winds heavy rains and severe flooding. preliminary figures. Indicate that at least six people died in the latest tragedy. The storm also damaged more than eight thousand eight hundred houses and at least twenty. Six health centres and disrupted power and communication links. Within thirty shelters have been set up in the province providing temporary accommodation for around fifteen thousand families. According to the un office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs or archer churches mosques and some government offices are also housing the displaced many of whom fled with little more than the clothes on their backs said pull dylan a spokesperson from the un international organization migration. Im

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"sofala" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:44 min | 5 months ago

"sofala" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And we are just about an hour away from the autumnal equinox. You ready for it, boys? I'm ready for it to happen. One of the worst summers ever not to be a downer, But I'm just saying Very, very hot. Very nasty. Not only just all around, we have been able to really do anything have we got Susan on here, Doctor, Susan MacManus. The retired US of Polish I Professor in our favorite Sofala just here. And Document Manus. We are thinking that while the president's saying he's going to announce his candidate on Friday or Saturday for the Supreme Court And the Senate is planning to take it up. And there's a pretty good chance it'll pass because a CZ faras we know on Lee The senators from Alaska and New England. Well, Collins and who's the other one? Yeah, Kowski are goingto vote against it. And it seems the Utah senator is up in the air right now, so nobody knows about him. But even if those three voted against it It would be a tie, and then you would have pinched come in and and get it passed. That's what it's looking like, and that's why I think it's full steam ahead for the Republicans. What do you think about the matter here and the issue? Dr. McManus? Because we've heard on record, Lindsey Graham say that you can use my words against me back in 2016 when we're talking about Merrick Garland. You've heard Mitch McConnell say that it shouldn't be done in an election year. So what do you think about the situation here? It's politics. And if you can find one person in Washington that hasn't changed their mind on something. I think it would be a real find. This is not Uncommon. It was absolutely the best way for Democrats to go after the situation, because legally there's nothing they can do. A Constitution clearly gives the right of a president, too. Nominate a person of the Supreme Court and 100% of the responsibility for approving are confirming lives with the U. S. Senate. And he is president until the next president takes over in January, or it could be him again. But bottom line is right now under the Constitution. Ah, the president has the right to do it. And the Senate has the right to confirm it, and everything else is just going to be all about politics. You can be sure that this has gotta be a front center at next week's debate, however, is that this is going to be interesting. I'm looking forward to those debates anyway, given The capabilities of Joe Biden. But I'm sure the president is for that matter, too. But Is going to be interesting to see how all that plays out. But in the meantime, I think we got to get set for some serious violence coming our way here. Then has the potential to backfire if it happens, because it returns that does well on order message to more prominence. I find it very interesting that the strategy right now that this being utilized by the biting campaign Is to try to keep the focus on covert 19. That's what he's trying to do. And he went to that strategy yesterday. But if Kobe rates are falling in a lot of places than that issue becomes a little bit iffy as well. So we're going to see up and down up and down of issues of different things emerging. All the way till the end. But I find it also interesting that both parties really think that this court battle is going to spike turnout. A monkey portions of their own constituency. Oh, you mean the Supreme Court? Yeah. Yes. Yes. And I know we had a course We expected it here, but we did a A survey of our publishers. Do you think he should go on and make that choice now get it done, and it was overwhelming. Natalie had something like 86% said. Yes. I think it was something like that. But it was overwhelming and course R Audience leans right, So we kind of expected that right? The other issue is character assassination. If it's a woman that Chosen, which the president's already said it's going to be How much does character assassination really dry of a woman? Particularly big both of these women and contention of others. So for how much will that Dr suburban women who are on the edge about right back into his camp? So there's a danger everybody Got a dangerous spot of pushing too far on this issue, which can have an unintended consequence. It's AH, it's a minefield of both parties. Frankly, what's sure is You're going to be voting down here or where. Who you I live in Pasco County. I'm here. Okay. You're gonna be voting in FastCo. Well, I know you've been around a little bit, so I just wanted to make sure Doctor. Yes. I mean, they'd have born in Tampa. Gentle, pretty many of us not Dr Susan MacManus, retired USF political science professor. And our favorites apologised will talk to you later. It's 8 28 on AM Tampa Bay. Waking up.

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Body-Image Healing and Body Grief with Brianna Campos

Food Psych

05:21 min | 6 months ago

Body-Image Healing and Body Grief with Brianna Campos

"Premiere. I'm your host, Christie Harrison and today I'm talking with Brianna campus a fat positive health at every size therapist and body image coach and a lovely human to kick off this eighth year of the podcast we talked about how to improve body image and fight internalized weight stigma, her concept of body grief how body image is connected to what's going on in the world around you and so much more. I can't wait to share a conversation with you in just a moment but first it's time for ask food psych our listener QNA segment. This week I have an amazing answer for you from a fabulous co host and friend of the pod Sofala trip. Shinsegi Sofala shared her story in episode one ninety one. So if you haven't heard that interview already, I highly recommend checking it out. She's a bad ass writer teacher and Social Justice Attorney with a book coming out next year and I just love her and before I plays of all his answer, I'll just give our standard disclaimer that these answers and this podcast in general are for informational and educational purposes only aren't to substitute for individual medical or mental health advice and don't constitute a provider patient relationship. This, question is from a listener named Amy who writes, Hi, I'm a forty two year old married mother of five kids when I was younger, I struggled with an eating disorder and while I have mostly recovered still struggle at times intuitive eating was literally life changing for me and has helped so much in my recovery. However, I'm confused about how to implement some of the strategies with a large family I know that for my own recovery A. Big Part of rejecting diet culture was making certain trigger food's always available. So those foods did not bring feelings of restriction and then subsequent disordered eating behavior. However, I'm noticing that within my own family when we do have special food such as those found during holidays or parties in the house, the entire family seems to have the scarcity mindset and consume those foods at a higher rate simply because they're thinking better, eat it now before it's gone. which is totally true with so many people in our household special foods do not last long at all I really want to help my children avoid disordered eating, but it is simply not practical nor within our budget to keep those more desirable food's always available our family is well fed and there's always plenty to eat in the house. But when special occasions arise, we have special foods I feel like the better eat it now before it's gone. Slash. Scarcity mindset starts to kick in what do you suggest? How can I help my family avoid scarcity mindset with special foods when just by virtue of budgetary limits and the number of people living in our house, those special foods are more scarce. Thank you. So would love to hear your thoughts on that questions of a while. I love this question I relate to it and the listener who wrote it so much I too am a mom. I only have one kid not five. So we're on different both in that way but. I too am a mom and have a background as the listener says the eating disorder in her case. I always say disordered eating in mine because I never had a diagnosis even though the whole concept of how these things diagnosed can be problematic since I never had one I just had a disordered eating background and a part of my recovery that was incredibly important like a listener our rights is. A making the quote unquote I'm forbidden foods available and trying to make them just a normal low key part of how food flows through my life. So that I. Don't set myself up for the kind of restriction. Cycle, and also because I, I really enjoy food and so part of you know my recovery was just wasn't is about making these foods that I love and sort of limited just available so that I can enjoy them rate just for the sake of the pleasure Sell released a question on so many levels and first and foremost. I think I approach it as a mom and as a former kid. Dieter. We don't know when this person started their eating disorder they're dieting but I started when I was very, very young and so as a mom as now a five-year-old's. One of my main goals really in life as a mom is to raise a child who trust her appetite. Could trust her behavior around food and who can eat without a lot of drama and a lot of sort of negative emotional stuff happening at the same time. So I think that's a goal that this mom shares I think that's kind of underlying the question is. How do I help my family? Have a relationship with food that is pleasurable and? Not marked by a ton of drama, you know given her back nick event is the reality of of their budget and. You Know How put food on the table.

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"sofala" Discussed on Mentally Yours

Mentally Yours

05:31 min | 8 months ago

"sofala" Discussed on Mentally Yours

"Okay, so Dominique! Thank you so much from Mail Mentally Yours! I wanted to teach. Say About Reentry anxiety, which I think is kind of a new term for most people. So can you tell us a bit? About what reentry anxiety actually is and why? It's relevant with lockdown, easing and things going back to normal. Yes, hello, yes. Reentry anxieties re link with. The phase with just hot of lockdown and how we are going to. Go back to kind of a new normal as we call it now and the negative anticipation or the stress that people can feel in relation to going back to their <hes>, their lives <hes>. Perhaps you know fear of off of being sick. Or contracting the virus because you going out more. Perhaps having difficulty to deal with new rules or new way of of doing things in your daily life, because de the virus around <hes> you know, or you can have all sorts of anxiety that. Being around people again. <hes> you know all these anxiety? We can experience a about going back to our our usual life or just also you know the fact that people are just don't want to go back to the old life. You know there's a certain amount of anxiety because, but then she people want to change the way they <hes>. They live now because they've had time to reflect and that dreading the idea of going back to the same pay, perhaps Oh. Oh meeting the same people being in the same context for the job. Phillips, a really good point, because for many people they assume all like finally lockdowns over that must automatically be a good thing, but for some people I think you're saying it's not that great with it can be really scary. Why is it the for some of us? It will feel really daunting while others can just go. Okay Great. We can go back to normal. Yeah. I think it's it's everybody is different. So first of all there's no right way or wrong wrong way to experience this phase. It's it's new for everybody, and it's quite actually normal to have a certain amount of anxiety. I think. Being a little stressed about the situation is uncertain in certain way quite healthy, because having a little bit of stress keeps you alert, yet it keeps you. Makes you think about washing your hands. All been careful when you talk to people in terms of keeping some sort of little distance, but when it becomes a trump believes that when you've got. A high degree of anxiety which. Prevents you from functioning properly in your daily nights and I? Think as you said we. We are not equal. In front of <hes>, the knitting of lockdown, so people who've had a psychological issue before are more likely to feel more anxious. People have a perhaps condition. That makes them more <hes> mentally. Sensitive might experience more anxiety. People who have been on the front line and have seen an have encountered a lot of difficulty and some degree of trauma. Emotional trauma can also find this time more difficult. To <hes> you know to go back to a more normal life. How can you tell when you know mornings? In normal stress becomes kind of a problem or cause for concern. How can you tell the difference between that? Yeah, I think. It's a degree. You know I think some. Anxiety at some point in our lives. I think we've all experienced A. New Situation. We have to do something that's really important to us and it just contain to achieve Ning to a specific moment of the day once in awhile. I think this is our experience. We do in knife and they're not negative. If someone is struggling with re entry anxiety, and it's becoming debilitating. What can they do? How can they deal with that? So as a so gist? Always WanNa be on the safe side, so I would say if if this starts to be overwhelming, the first step is to talk about it to a friend to your GP to ask for help. Yeah, I think we all in a time where? People have all experienced a different emotion. Different situation I think you know it's. It's going to be very welcome that you that people are sharing about their anxiety, so talking to your GP and Understanding what this anxiety comes from <hes>, because there's many many of anxiety in many different styles of anxiety as well so I think it's. It's important to put a name on. The person feels. So that then we can have the the right approach in supporting that person.

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U.S. federal contractors fight for back pay after shutdown

Jay Talking

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. federal contractors fight for back pay after shutdown

"And medical services to NASA. She says no pay could mean losing some of her one hundred fifty workers really doesn't allow folks really motivated to come back and do their job that they do. So. Well. They're not getting paid eater. King CBS news Orlando the mayor of Los Angeles held a news conference tonight to announce that he's not running for president mayor Eric Garcetti says he likes being mayor. I'm kind of old fashioned. It may be out of vogue today. But I kind of believe that whenever possible he should finish the job that you set out to do reports are that he had been flirting with entering the presidential race for months. James ingram. The Sofala's who'd voice behind many eighties nineties hits and popular. Love songs has died for the cause has not been revealed. Music critic Amy Linden says

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"sofala" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

Dumb, Gay Politics

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"sofala" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

"Now, we can sanction them and be like if you ever stepped foot over here, we're going to arrest you or we're going to whatever with your money, but you know, who it's a legal for Facebook. And you know, who never gets in trouble fucking Facebook. It's like Facebook things to be shut down. There was one thing that went on on Facebook that Facebook received a dollar for ads or otherwise during the midterms, and I don't even care if it was against. Donald trump. I don't care who side. It was on. If you come over here pay Facebook for an ad, and it's an election ad or campaign out of any sort you need to be shut down. I feel honestly feel. Glittery literally serious that Facebook needs to be closed out any to be shut down. I think that I agree. It's I don't know how many times they can break the fucking law. We're sitting here bring like we have a whole molar team. And it's all about because there's fifty thousand in the Senate. You know, like in house investigations committee. There's all these committees going on to find out if they colluded with Russia. Well, we know for fact, Russia fucked with the elections, and we know for a fact they did it through Facebook. So by Facebook, the only one making money off Facebook is Mark Zuckerberg and his fucking employees. They can all go fuck off. They can go fuck off. And you know, who got a Facebook. We did. Yeah. That's right. We did. And that's not even the reason I'm saying, I know, I know I know I know, but it's completely wrong. And it's the one vessel that still being able to be used against, you know, the American appeal and use utilizing Americans against Americans against Maryland. Trump's chip he should find them. He should go. You know, what you don't want to be mad at me. I'm a fine you and you're going to pay the government money, you're going to contribute and fine fine. Fine. You're going to get back all that money that you took the prophet from Russia from China from whoever right, but he won't because he's about to a Perot fit from Russia too. So he is a Facebook wasn't there? Where they couldn't do it. They'd have to use Twitter and there's not even half as many people on Twitter. Right. And while certainly not not the same kind of reach or same kind of like, boom, boom, boom. Yeah. Like people fighting inviting. Exactly. Yeah. And one thing going to another page, and then you have those ads things right up and Facebook is like a cesspool of just thirst trap. It's a thirst trap fucking click bait it's all it is Twitter is a hundred and however many characters it's different. It's completely completely completely different. And just like Trump, you can send out an asinine message and then ignorant for the rest of the day right gazillion. People talk shit to you. Right. Facebook's not like that. And it needs to go. If you don't want Russia to mess with us through Facebook shutdown Facebook. I mean, can you imagine the that some Asada shit? That's somebody in like, we're not gonna listen to you Russia. We're all getting off a Facebook. That's right. We're all turning our backs on face like the fall of Roman Sofala, Facebook and get out of here. You get out of here. It was killed each other on the top of the thing. And they were like I want you to come in Romans. Nope. Nope. Nope. Nope. Log on to kill ourselves. Yeah. I did. That's what we should do on Facebook the marks Necker, then he should do it. You should Masada is company. He showed he's already got Instagram. Exactly. He's owns other thing. Yes. That need Facebook anymore. You have a million other billion ways to make money shut down Facebook. You've ruined fucking America. Mark Zuckerberg deck. Okay. Let's get to our segment called oh bitch wary, and that's obiter airy with a bitch in the middle. Oh pitch. Alad? Time for the premiere of our brand new segment.

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"sofala" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"sofala" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Money. The money. Sunny, man, recession your through you have done us wrong. Well, hello. Hello. Hello, everybody. And welcome back to money matters. With Ken moraif. Would. Of course, I am your host, Ken moraif. And this is the show where we talk about everything and anything in the world of personal finances. We talk about investment strategies, tax planning. And as a firm are for money matters. We specialize in retirement planning. So we work primarily with people who are over the age of fifty who are retired or retiring soon and this show if that is you is designed for you. So we're going to have a bunch of stuff to talk about. But before we go one step further. Let me introduce myself. I am Ken moraif host of money matters with Ken moraif. Thank you, Jack. I've been a certified financial planner professional for the last twenty marvelous wonderful and very exciting years. And all of the ideas that we talk about on the show. These are the very same ideas that we talk about with our beloved and most valued clients, and we now work with over eight thousand four hundred families in forty three states, and it is an honor. It is a privilege. We are so blessed and recently barons named more. You're faithful host one of the top one hundred independent financial advisers for the seventh year in a row to hear you say that makes me love you baby. Well, it's nice to be loved. Thank you. But you know without our clients. We would be nowhere. So that award is nice. But without them. I wouldn't have got it. So therefore, thank you everyone. Let me go over with you, ladies and gentlemen, what we're going to go. What we're going to talk about on this our weekly excursion into the land of personal finances. Now in case, you haven't noticed the market the stock market, the S and P the Dow has been unbelievably volatile lately, I mean, oh my gosh. On on. What was it Thursday? It was down four hundred points. It was up two hundred points. It was down another three hundred what an incredible day. What is causing all of this volatility? Why is this happening? What's going on? And is it the precursor for the next big drop the next big market crash. Well, we're going to go over to things that I think are driving this volatility and could cause the next market crash. And so we'll give you that. And. And also this week. I wanna talk with you since since we do specialize in working with people that are over fifty retired or retiring soon and helping them with their retirement planning, one of the things as a financial planner that we want to always look for is what can harm our clients? You know, we wanna we want plan for the worst and hope for the best not the other way round. Right. So this week we're going to continuing our series of the of the eighteen risks that you can face in retirement, and we're on number eleven this week and number eleven is sequence of returns. And this is a really really important one for you. Guys, listening to the show to understand. Okay. Because the the way that you receive returns the order in which you get them can mean the difference between your money lasting, you the rest of your life. Or are you running out of money? Even though the average return over that period is exactly the same. I'm so scared. Well, you should be and probably half the people that are listening to show. Don't even understand what I just set. So I'm going to explain it in more detail. But let me just say that if you made eight percent one way and you made eight percent another way in one way, you could run out of money. And in the other way, you can have money the rest of your life. Okay. So eight percent is not the same. So we'll talk about sequence of returns. And for those of you who are retired or retiring soon, you need to know this. It's important. Now also this week. What are the things that comes up in almost every conversation that we have with our beloved and most valued clients is social security, and when to take it how to take it. And so I have some questions that I want to answer that I've got here. And these ones are the ones that are relating to if you're working, and you wanna get social security at the same time. So how how does working affect your benefits? And how do you look at it from that standpoint? And we'll help you do some planning in that regard. Now, also as you know, ladies and gentlemen, we. We help our clients with their income, tax planning and estate planning. And we, you know, we're not we're not CPA's or attorneys, but we help our clients. We look at that with them. We also help them with their income planning how to get income from their investments, and we also manage your money for them. And one of the things that we believe in as our foundational philosophy is that by hold is not a complete. It's a good idea. But it's incomplete, okay. Because you also should have a sell strategy. And know we talk about sequence of returns, I'll give you more evidence of why that's important. But also, you know, we have what's called a what we call a buy hold and sell strategy. And that's why in November of two thousand seven, you know, our strategy said to sell and we told our clients to get out of the market to sell all their stock. Investments are equities and get out and stay out actually for almost a year and a half. It wasn't until June of two thousand nine before we said it was time to buy. And so for almost a year and a half. Clad Sofala advised did not participate in the market crash in two thousand eight. So I wanna talk with you. We're going to have a little fun this week because a lot of you are by holders, and we're gonna have a quiz. Okay. So we're going to call it. You know, you're a by holder if dot dot dot, okay? So we're going to see if you recognize yourself, and we'll laugh we'll laugh at ourselves a little bit. We'll look in the mirror and see if we can have a good laugh now, you know, what Jack most shows would stop there. I mean, most those would say, you know, what if we did just that we've done more than our listening audience could possibly want from financial show..

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"sofala" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"sofala" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Planner professional for the last twenty marvelous wonderful and very exciting years. And all of the ideas that we talk about on the show. These are the very same ideas that we talk about with our beloved and most valued clients, and we now work with over eight thousand four hundred families in forty three states, and it is an honor. It is a privilege. We are so blessed and recently barons named more. You're faithful host one of the top one hundred independent financial advisers for the seventh year in a row to hear you say that makes me love you baby. Well, it's nice to be loved. Thank you. But you know without our clients. We would be nowhere. So that award is nice. But without them. I wouldn't have got it. So therefore, thank you everyone. Let me go with you. Ladies and gentlemen, what we're going to go. What we're going to talk about on this our weekly excursion into the land of personal finances. Now in case, you haven't noticed the market the stock market, the SNP the Dow has been unbelievably volatile lately, I mean, oh my gosh. On on. What was it Thursday? It was down four hundred points. It was up two hundred points. It was down another three hundred what an incredible day. What is causing all of this volatility? Why is this happening? What's going on? And is it the precursor for the next big drop the next big market crash. Well, we're going to go over to things that I think are driving this volatility and could cause the next market crash. And so we'll give you that. And. And also this week. I wanna to talk with you since since we do specialize in working with people that are over fifty retired or retiring soon and helping them with their retirement planning, one of the things as a financial planner that we want to always look for is what can harm our clients? You know, we wanna we wanna plan for the worst and hope for the best not the other way round. Right. So this week we're going to continuing our series of the of the eighteen risks that you can face in retirement, and we're on number eleven this week and number eleven is sequence of returns. And this is a really really important one for you. Guys, listening to the show to understand. Okay. Because the the way that you receive returns the order in which you get them can mean the difference between your money lasting, you the rest of your life. Are you running out of money? Even though the average return over that period is exactly the same. Oh, I'm so scared. Well, you should be. And probably half the people that are listening to show. Don't even understand what I just said. So I'm going to explain it in more detail, but let let me just say that if you made eight percent one way and you made eight percent another way in one way, you could run out of money. And in the other way, you could have money the rest of your life. Okay. So eight percent is not the same. So we'll talk about sequence of returns. And for those of you who are retired or retiring soon, you need to notice it's important. Now also this week. What are the things that comes up in almost every conversation that we have with our beloved and most valued clients is social security, and when to take it how to take it. And so I have some questions that I want to answer that were that I've got here. And these ones are the ones that are relating to if you're working, and you wanna get social security at the same time. So how how does working affect your benefits? And how do you look at it from that standpoint? And we'll help you do some planning in that regard. Now, also as you know, ladies and gentlemen, we help our clients with their income. Tax planning and their estate planning. And we, you know, we're not we're not CPA's or attorneys, but we help our clients. So we we look at that with them. We also help them with their income planning how to get income from investments, and we also manage their money for them. And one of the things that we believe in as our foundational philosophy is that by hold is not a complete. It's a good idea. But it's incomplete, okay. Because you also should have a sell strategy. And you know, we talk about sequence of returns, I'll give you a more evidence of why that's important. But also, you know, we have what's called a what we call a buy hold and sell strategy. And that's why in November of two thousand seven, you know, our strategy said to sell and we told our clients to get out of the market to sell all their stock investments their equities and get out and stay out actually for almost a year and a half. It wasn't until June of two thousand nine before we said it was time to buy. And so for almost a year and a half. Clad Sofala advised did not participate in the market crash saw in two thousand eight so I wanna talk with you. We're going to have a little fun this week. Because a lot of you are by holders, and we're going to have a quiz. Okay. So we're going to call it. You know, you're a by holder if dot dot dot, okay? So we're going to see if you recognize yourself, and we'll laugh we'll laugh at ourselves a little bit. We'll look in the mirror and see if we can have a good laugh now, you don't let Jack most shows would stop there. I mean, most sales would say, you know, what if we did just that we've done more than our listening audience could possibly want from a financial show..

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"sofala" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"sofala" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"We wanna we wanna plan for the worst and hope for the best not the other way round. Right. So this week we're going to continuing our series of the of the eighteen risks that you can face in retirement, and we're on number eleven this week and number eleven is sequence of returns. And this is a really really important one for you. Guys, listening to the show to understand. Okay. Because the the way that you receive returns the order in which you get them can mean the difference between your money lasting, you the rest of your life. Are you running out of money? Even though the average return over that period is exactly the same. Oh, I'm so scared. Well, you should be. And probably half the people that are listening to show. Don't even understand what I just said. So I'm gonna explain it in more detail, but let let me just say that if you made eight percent one way and you made eight percent another way in one way, you could run out of money. And in the other way, you can have money the rest of your life. Okay. So eight percent is not the same. So we'll talk about sequence of returns. And for those of you who are retired or retiring soon, you need to notice it's important. Now also this week. What are the things that comes up in almost every conversation that we have with our beloved and most valued clients is social security, and when to take it how to take it. And so I have some questions that I want to answer that have got here. And these ones are the ones that are relating to if you're working, and you wanna get social security at the same time. So how how does working affect your benefits? And how do you look at it from that standpoint, we'll help you do some planning in that regard. Now, also as you know, ladies and gentlemen, we'd help our clients with their income. Tax planning and their estate planning. And we, you know, we're not we're not CPA's or attorneys, but we help our clients. So we we look at that with them. We also help them with their income planning how to get income from their investments, and we also manage your money for them. And one of the things that we believe in as our foundational philosophy is that by hold is not a complete. It's a good idea. But it's incomplete, okay. Because you also should have a sell strategy. And you know, we talk about sequence of returns, I'll give you a more evidence of why that's important. But also, you know, we have what's called a what we call a buy hold and sell strategy. And that's why in November two thousand seven, you know, our strategy said to sell and we told our clients to get out of the market to sell all their stock. Investments are equities and get out and stay out actually for almost a year and a half. It wasn't until June of two thousand nine before we said it was time to buy. And so for almost a year and a half plants Sofala advised did not participate in the market crashed in two thousand eight. So I wanna talk with you. We're going to have a little fund this week. Because a lot of you are by holders, and we're gonna have a quiz. Okay. So we're going to call it. You know, you're a by holder if dot dot dot, okay? So we're going to see if you recognize yourself, and we'll laugh we'll laugh at ourselves a little bit. We'll look in the mirror and see if we can have a good laugh now, you know, what Jack most shows which stopped there. I mean, most sales would say, you know, what if we did just that we've done more than our listening audience could possibly want from financial show..

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"sofala" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"sofala" Discussed on Ologies

"It's produced by Pharrell Williams and the folks at atomic entertainment. I'm in every episode popping up to explain science while also wearing a metallic suit and beehive binge. It Vam I wanna make like fifty more seasons. It started today. Okay. So Sofala Judy is a word I couldn't even pronounce it until I was several minutes. Deep into this interview. It comes from the Greek word for pebbles because we back in the day before they were voting machines that I'm terrified of getting hacked people voted with pebbles, they're like doing their Sma vote so severe allergy is a branch of political science, and it crunches numbers and analyzes trends predicts election outcomes, but it's also risky is not always correct. These materials are very important, and they're shaping up to maybe have historical turnout. Everyone's a buzz about what they can do. So I hopped on the phone with this just he's based at the university of Iowa in the swing state of Iowa to chat about who's winning what in the midterms and why voter turnout in the US versus other countries. What to do when politics has you in a rage? And if he was surprised by the 2016 election and was going to happen in two thousand twenty now this is a short episode turned around on the fly. I didn't get to ask him everything. But it's inspiring. It'll have you picking out an outfit to wear November six for the US midterm elections. So please show up for political scientist, statistician and Sofala gist. Dr Michael Lewis back..

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"sofala" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"sofala" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"So the question is how much do we have in common? Well, I was looking at a paper that goes into this bit titled earthworm genomes genes and proteins the rediscovery of Darwin's worms. And this was by Strouss in bomb Andrei, Kylie, and Morgan is published in two thousand nine and in the proceedings of the Royal Society. So I'd like to read just a section where they they referenced Darwin here in in particularly the referencing that illustration I talked about with the worms transforming into monkeys quote. The illustration is a humorous construct, but an examination of the earthworm structure and function reveals cells and tissues and cell types with vertebrate counterparts earthworms are Seila mate. Protons possessing an anatomically and functionally differentiated alimentary canal. With brush bordered absorb give epithelial a closed blood circulation with hemoglobin infre- suspension, an organized nervous system with Sofala ganglia and Niro secretary activities a multifunctional tissue for which carbohydrate, metabolism and storage properties are reminiscent of mammalian hep to sites a series of paired two bills in each segment with renal urine forming functions and a systemic immune system, comprising Leukocyte like cells. So I realize there's a lot of those very technical information that I had to stumble through. But you know, what it's basically getting down to is that yes, we're very different from earthworms. I'm not saying that earthworms that humans are basically the same thing. But when you start looking at genetics and just sort of life itself, we're not that different. Yeah. No. They've got a lot of similar anatomical counterparts. Yeah. Some of the same. Stuff you'd see in mammals. And in a way, you can see them as a reduced version of what we right, in fact, when you look at our jeans one thing, the authors pointed out here is that earthworm share something like two hundred and twenty genes of their of their been catalogued at eight thousand one hundred twenty nine gene objects with humans, and that's more than with fruit flies, sixty eight genes or nematode worms forty-nine jeans, despite the importance of fruit fly and nematode genes in human research. There's a whole lot of vertebrate Kamala Giese in there. They wrote in summary that more earthworm genes are conserved between earthworms, and humans provides anecdotal support of the original punch cartoon strap line, quote man is but a war, that's wonderful. And I like how they have fundamentally conclusively proved that you can inject somebody with an enzyme and turn them into earth. No, no. That's still pure science fiction. But, but I think maybe doesn't lean into the idea that it is science fiction, not just pure sorcery. Like there there is a connection there are there is a a worm e slimy trail descending through the haunted house of human evolution. If we dare follow it. Well, I have greatly enjoyed following the slimy trail, Robert, yeah, I think part of the fun of going after these sort of picking an episode of from an anthropology series. And then just seeing what kind of you can squeeze out of it. On that note. Let's take a quick break. When we come back. I believe you have selection for us. They Robert it has been so long since I shaved my face. I don't remember what shaving is like, but you're looking very smooth today. So maybe you can tell me the story of shaving. Oh shavings. Great provided. You have the right razor to do it with. And I've had some bad experiences in the past where I've either of having to pick up a really cheap razor bite at a gas station or something uncle rusty's discount razors. Not a good deal or I've let myself run out of razors. Gotta replace that blade. I gotta replace that blade. And then I go to shave and look for the new plate and realize that I've let myself run completely out. And then it's a choice between do I go to this interview. Or or what have you with either Hobo SCRUFF or do I go with a bleeding face? It's a tough choice. Nobody should have to make far better to simply subscribe and have Gillette razor blades, come to your door..

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"sofala" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"sofala" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Sevala Nolan Kinski is African American and she's noticed that many of her people many of the people in her circle have just one black friend, and that's her. And that's a problem. I'm tired of being your only black friend. Sometimes I wanna say this allowed though, I never do. I'm often surrounded by white people kind warm folks, I know from work, daycare and other communal spaces. We have much in common these white, folks. And I, but generally, I'm the only black with these white people have at their barbecues and birthday parties. I look around and only I remember slave ships, and my bones are see family when cop kills a black person or truly savor the bittersweet complexity of things like June teens the phrase high yellow and Barack marrying, Michelle. The isolation bothers me. But what really bothers me is the oblivion white friends oblivious to living the kind of lives, we pretend ended decades ago. They don't seem to know that their lives are racially segregated true. Maybe they didn't set out to live on an all white block, but many bay area housing blocks were recently whites only in fact, so we're streets, schools parks stores and other public places tied to homes are history of purposeful housing. Segregation has cast a shadow we never integrated. So we're still in the dark my white friends seem asleep. I'm bothered living in cities white supremacy. Designed I don't think they know that the old segregation is still alive. I want to say have you noticed? There are no black people here where you shop. Go to branch where your kids play. When do you make of it? But I don't I don't bother white friends and family about race or their sometimes role. Role as unwitting agents of white supremacy. Unless I must speaking up as expensive I've lost friends and gotten hate mail, and I'm lucky so I don't speak, and I want to I want to ask does the color of your life strike you as strange do. You see his missing. Are you willing to care whether perspective, I'm Sofala Sofala? Nola Kinski is an executive director at the Henderson center for the social Justice for social Justice that you have to UC Berkeley school of.

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"sofala" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"sofala" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's time for a listener commentary. It's provided this morning by savannah, Nolan Kinski who's African American and she's noticed that many of the people in her circle have just one black friend her. And that's a problem. I'm tired of being you're only black friend sometimes. I wanna say this allowed though, I never do. I'm often surrounded by white people kind warm folks from work, daycare and other communal spaces. We have much in common these white, folks. And I, but generally, I'm the only black friend of these white people have at their barbecues and birthday parties. I look around and only I remember slave ships, and my bones are see family cop calls a black person or truly savor the bittersweet complexity of things like June teens the phrase high yellow and Barack marrying Michelle. The isolation bothers me. But what really bothers me is the oblivion white friends oblivious nece to living the kind of lives, we pretend ended decades ago. They don't seem to know that their lives are racially segregated true. Maybe they didn't set out to live on an all white block, but many bay area housing blocks were recently, whites only an effect. So we're streets, schools parks stores and other public places tied to homes are history of purposeful housing. Segregation has cast a shadow we never integrated. So we're still in the dark my white friends seem asleep. I'm bothered living in cities white supremacy. Designed I don't think they know that the old segregation is still alive. I want to say have you noticed? There are no black people here where you shop. Go to branch where kids play when are you make of that? But I don't I don't bother white friends and family about race or their sometimes role as unwitting agents of white supremacy. Unless I must speaking up as expensive I've lost friends and gotten hate mail, and I'm lucky so I don't speak, and I want to I want to ask does the color of your life strike you as strange DC. His missing. Are you willing to care whether perspective, I'm Sofala attention ski Sofala Nolan. Terp Kinski is executive director of the Henderson center for social Justice at.

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"sofala" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"sofala" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"IPC, mobile news all the level on the go Tornado touchdown. In Madison County Madison McGill here's what's trending this hour any if one tornado, touchdown in Madison County Friday causing damage in, the area reaching speeds of one hundred miles, per hour traveled a quarter mile and. Destroyed a barn flipped a storage shed and damaged trees no injuries were reported the man. Who drove the truck that hit and killed colts. Linebacker Edwin Jackson, in February is entering a guilty plea in the case. Kurt Arlene reports in a plea deal offered by prosecutors Manuel Origo Sevala is admitting guilt to causing a death while operating a vehicle while intoxicated Sofala was driving the pickup truck that collided with Jeffrey, Monroe's car on the side of I seventy in Indianapolis, causing the car to collide with both Monroe and Jackson the plea deal drops to charges. Of failure to remain at the scene of an accident Sofala is an, undocumented immigrant from Guatemala who has been deported before Kirk darling Ninety-three WIBC mobile news sentence Is September fourteenth why driver shouldn't make dangerous and. A legal turns down an. Entrance ramp because of ice XT five construction police say those turns could cost, you big time they say not only is, it dangerous but it could lead to head, on collisions state police sergeant Jeff reader. Says that's probably one of the deadly or collisions you can have police will be patrolling. The Rams through the end of the I sixty. Five shutdown if, Kant using them you could face up to a two. Hundred dollar fine I'm Madison McGill on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC dot com now your forecast from the American standard cooling weather center in and out.

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"sofala" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"sofala" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Fair and balanced Why PC mobile news. On the, on the go The, boating accident invisibility hits Indianapolis mostly cloudy ninety. Degrees scattered showers. And thundershowers tonight and more tomorrow I'm staying Lear here's what's trending at five. To nine members of a family from Indianapolis Ramon those who lost their lives when a, duck boat capsized on a lake, in southern Missouri no names have been released yet but the deaths are confirmed by Missouri governor still some thunderstorms from Fort Wayne down the Muncie in the last hour and earlier in new Middletown in, far southern. Indiana and a pair of tornado Justice local ministers Susan, Phillips, in her husband returned to their home said look a, hell Eliezer spinning around the circle and the. Leaves and it started to. Be limbs and everything and I said Margarita tornado and, as soon as I put it in the, garage the top of the tree hit the garage and the threat of severe. Weather is not passed with the rest of you a tornado watch, is still in effect for much of southeastern Indiana the man who, drove the truck that hit and killed coach linebacker. Edwin? Jackson and his Uber driver back in February Pleading guilty in the, case Kurt Darlene reports in a plea deal offered by prosecutors Manuel Origo Sevala is admitting guilt to causing a death while operating a vehicle while intoxicated Sofala was driving the pickup truck that collided with, Jeffrey Monroe's. Car on the side of I seventy in Indianapolis causing, the, car to collide with both Monroe and Jackson the plea, deal drops to charges a failure to remain. At the scene of an. Accident Sofala is an undocumented immigrant from Guatemala who has, been deported before Kirk darling Ninety-three WIBC mobile, news four out of five Indiana school districts are accepting.

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"sofala" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"sofala" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Driven by an an insult ways almost obsessed with you know the this this war and it's a cold war the secret war you know except ralph angel she's the only one and he's the only one who knows this is actually what what's going on no matter what it looks like in the meadow and so it's it i think in some ways uses all of her resources and takes sofala for energy and so she's she's not spending time really with mom but i also think that so much was unpacked with mom he's into that that there's actually a sort of reconciliation to that for the moment and so what do you think charlie would like to see as the results of this cold war what do i think she'd like to see i think that the elimination of the third the constant power abuse it really is there really isn't another way to put it because that's what that is that's what that kind of economic exploitation boils down to is abuse of power and i think she she wants to see that eliminated i think she wants justice for the farming community which are in some way that just the proxy for her father and it is her redemption story you know she was she was not there in the way that in the way that she i think in her heart of hearts feels she should have been when her father called her and asked her for help and in that beautifully proud way that that you know older people do you and especially all the black men do she did not hear the need and she was very engaged in that very big life and and made you know really obsessed and wrapped up and making sure that it remained perfect in pristine and and you know inpenetrable so i think you know that this has been in her way a redemption story with her father and i think the only ending where that's actually that that comes to passes is that family falls.

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"sofala" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"sofala" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

"Well maybe it's like one of those tiny banks he's a successful banker with a heart of gold no one he says they have a heart of gold is nice i know it's like a hooker with a heart of gold and then your wallets missing when jason's not rooting for his hometown buffalo bills he's belting out tunes from his favorite disney movies no he's not no i like him again no i love pocahontas maybe he'll get along really well with plo kahane's he's hoping to sing his way into the bachelorette tar dean elizabeth warren no i was thinking of the doctor sick did elizabeth warren play polka hottest politics you're listening movie i was young john blank oh god a love his job oh colona sewer he he's just he just he's like really good at sniffing clubs at the mall in pensacola what is it colonus ya colona sewer from pensacola dame's zonta walk i really liked this this polo wait hold on ralph lauren is is really good i really note never mind this route florida's top shelf top shelf lawrence is like what you'd like to smell like beyond say will step into my kiosk let me just tap a little track hired wire hold on hold on i think that's last year's drucker ralph lauren filming john sofala full me jump long he got a master's degree in business administration and then moved to memphis to work as an engineer who he has an office job you can't call yourself a colonus you're working in office nobody needs to smell that.

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"sofala" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"sofala" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Sofala has made it very clear that actually it hasn't been a shift particularly one direction or another i think most people what what more interesting i think is a over sixty percent of people who voted leave and remain just wanted to get on with this and get it done and i think that's the key element which is they want to make progress and not to mess around anymore they don't really want another referendum so let's look adds to another year we've got a piece out today how theresa may will navigate the perilous road to brexit emma ross thomas the the author of the peace essentially she writes three she she talks about free options the fudge the half ton and the final option is it's a bit unlikely but essentially it says another referendum how will we gonna look in one year's time what's going to have happened in one year's time we will have left the herpin union now that'll be the most specific element which is we leave do you expect that in one year time have left no transition buckling know how many transition but out who fifties very clear we leave on march the twenty ninth that means we leave willow long run to the quarter justice what we then have is this transition period where we don't divert from the european union for that period was things are settled and finalized then in december twenty twenty which the european union wanted we finally completely take back control and we move away and that gives us the scope to divert diverged do what we have to make that trade in some of the key elements of that are that we will be making trade arrangements during that period of implementation and during the transition period.

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"sofala" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"sofala" Discussed on KGO 810

"It was really upset mean chrissy that that was insane it wasn't i don't i can't think another i'm not kidding you my dad had to semi did you see what any borowitz did this morning girl scout says sent a restraining order to keep him away i mean it's a e e boom my favorite shade though i mean so many people throw shade bet leica the guy who was obama as a tugofwar what was his name and pull it out it was the best ever he posted a picture and you know i mean yes i wanted to when i was watching it live last night yesterday afternoon i i like i had to actually do of the cat had accounted tan adelaide check my blood pressure i mean i just don't really know how to articulate how disturbing at it was just that disturbing let's just let's leave it at that chrissy because it was that disturbing and i just i am i hope the boy scouts never allow a president like that to speak again president obama center recorded message back in 2010 the do you remember why president obama didn't go i don't recall the protesting the anti lgbtq as right because then the boy scouts of fixed of all of that case and i i know my family was very involved in sending letters to the boy scout saying we're not okay with the what you did here so we're gonna find out the latest on what's going on eighty four million americans who are at risk for type two diabetes this is no for type 2 diabetes and i'm going to impress a little bit with dr william sofala chief scientific and medical officer for the american diabetes association.

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"sofala" Discussed on A voix nue

A voix nue

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"sofala" Discussed on A voix nue

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