35 Burst results for "Steve Simon"

"steve simon" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

08:03 min | 5 months ago

"steve simon" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Very, very, I don't know. I don't want to say in a cylinder, per se, but oblivious to the outside world. That's not going to help you address these various issues. And we have avenues if somebody sees something that they can certainly come to us and share what they, what they have, the key to this hilarious again is as we said is comfort and communication. If we don't know what's going on, you can't address it. And the worst thing that could be there is the I don't know, or I didn't know. Situation. And we were doing everything to keep every option and everything available so we can find out and we can hopefully address the situation appropriately. With the WTA ever make moves to intervene in a relationship that they sort of that raised red flags from the outside, even if neither of the two parties involved were reporting anything themselves. Look, I can't get into what each issue might be and everything. All I can do is say that any time we receive information, we will address it and look at it properly. And then go through the process. Okay, I appreciate that, Steve, it's obviously such an important issue. And one that is being taken seriously, which is very good to hear. It's obviously been a very busy few months in the temple in the tennis world. Which seems to be sort of constantly intersecting at the moment with real world events. It's sort of impossible to treat, you know, the whole sport and politics thing seems to be just so out of the window now. Yesterday we obviously had the announcement that Wimbledon and the LTA would be banning all Russian and Belarusian players from their events. We've had the WTA statement on the matter which is pretty, pretty forceful and clear cut in terms of the organization's stance, what was your reaction? To that announcement yesterday. You're right. You know, we've been going through a period of time and people take the position that sports and politics should match and shouldn't be intertwined, et cetera, but that's not reality. At times sports does cross into politics and here's a situation where politics is crossing into sport. And it is real life as you reflected and sports and entertainment and everything we do every day is all going to be intertwined one way or the other. And it's not usually good when it happens. But it is reality and you have to deal with it. The announcement that came out yesterday was extremely disappointing. To say the least. The one thing that this sport has always actually agreed upon. We don't agree on a lot of things. But the one thing we've always been united on was that entry into our events. And I say, our events, whether it's ITF, ATP, WTA, grand slams, doesn't matter. Has always been based upon merit. And without discrimination. It's the one thing that we've been able to agree upon as a sport. And we've never, ever had denied an athlete from competing in any of our events due to where they're from or what decisions their government may have made, no matter how reprehensible they may have been. The issues we're seeing that in the Ukraine are reprehensible. There's we can't condemn what's happening there strongly enough. It's affecting our all of our athletes and tennis family that are from the Ukraine and we can't begin to understand the depth of their emotions and what they're going through. And we also, the in fairness, the Russian and Belarusian athletes who have nothing to do with this, which everyone agrees and they've come out and been outspoken against it. Many of them. Very strongly, in fact, you know, they're being affected as well. They have family that's back in those areas that are affected by it. They're feeling isolated and picked out and treated differently. And it's just it's simply just not right. I mean, there has to be a balance here. And we feel very, very strongly and took the position earlier in the year. That these athletes need to continue to be able to play. They should not be penalized based upon the actions of their government. We stay strong behind that. I will not back off of that, I feel it's a fundamental principle. And in these tough times, when you have principles, if you're not willing to stand up for those, you don't have principles at the end of the day. And that's when things get tough, for sure. I think that, unfortunately, in this situation, the athletes are being asked to take the burden for things that are beyond their scope. And again, this is where politics has come on in and allowed these athletes to be taken the burden of politics. And I don't think it's fair. We don't support it. And it's against our rules. So we are going to be evaluating what our next steps are. Our boards and councils will be coming together in the next week. And we will determine our next steps. But I couldn't be more unhappy with the decision and disappointed in the decision. That's come forth. There's kind of two separate strands. It sounds to me here. There's the principle of the matter and there's the rules. So just to pick up on what you said there about the rules, my understanding is that the LTA decision in a LTC decision fall into slightly different categories maybe Wimbledon have slightly more leeway to take their stance than the LTA do. Is the LTA's current stance in violation if the WTA rules and can all measures available to the WTA to act against that? Well, actually, both of them are in some ways very similar. The Wimbledon decision is against the Grand Slam rules. It's in violation of Grand Slam rules as well as the Grand Slam agreement that we have with respect to the grand slams. So it's in violation from our perspective in both of those situations. The LTA, which has sanctioned events, WTA sanctioned events, the decision is in violation of the WTA bylaws and rules with respect to entry of athletes. So we do have the ability to react to both of those. We don't have the same jurisdiction over the grand slams as we do obviously our own sanctioned events. We can react to them not following their rules and we can react to the agreement we have in place with them that's in violation and deal with what outcomes could come from there. If they're decided to be acted upon. We also do have, we have precedent where we have taken our own events such as the LTA events in the past where these situations may have occurred where fines and sanctions placed upon their tournament sanctions have been imposed..

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"steve simon" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast

The Tennis.com Podcast

05:06 min | 8 months ago

"steve simon" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast

"Because I know for Chicago time and it was, you know, I'm here, obviously. I've got a facility. I was championing. This sort of event as a way to, hey, I built a big stadium court. We're ready for the event to host it. Robert got a relationship with hotel. So it was sort of like, you know, my idea and my sort of sleepless night kind of headache heartache, the champion the calls. You've got John there, obviously can go to a lot of cities. How did it end up in Dallas? Was it John going to the ATP? I know it was me and Steve Simon having a lot of conversations. But you know, before the event came to Chicago, it was about three years into making with Steve. Hey, we love an event. We're in the calendar. That kind of thing. And him being like, yeah, let's do it. Let's take our time. Let's see how we can make sure it's successful. So it stays. How did your event come about? We're in New York for three years. And we're getting better and better every year. Things are looking great. So we had a giant stadium. We had 3500 people in our last final in 2020 and two weeks after our event in the world just totally changed with COVID. But on that Sunday, the final somebody said, there's this thing COVID happening. And the whole world changed. But it didn't, we didn't have that intimate feeling. And then when COVID came, the building changed and so the opportunity for us to say, okay, let's go to what we really believe in an intimate atmosphere, a place that's going to be successful. So I actually was going around the country looking for thought. Trying to find one that fit all of those aspirations we had as a company. And I had three great opportunities, three different places. And then I sort of got to thinking in our eyes, I'm about to go and present to our board. She has sports in the same board like here's my recommendation and what we should do. I got an inkling in my head and said, hang on. Let me go back on this other lead I had. So I called up Johnson's agent, Sam Duvall, and he said he and I chatted and then we got John on the phone and John chatted, and then we got grant chin, who is the head tennis coach here at SMU. And two days later, December 17th has grant reminds me of the date. I flew down to Dallas and I met with those with those guys..

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"steve simon" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

06:35 min | 11 months ago

"steve simon" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"In the evening of Friday with the final group stage match about to get underway between Novak Djokovic and Cameron nori a late alternate replacement for the injured player in that particular group, which was Stephanie sits a pass. And frankly, nothing can happen of note in it, that's because Djokovic has already qualified Cameron nori has already well lost his out. So basically, it's a dead rubber for the second night in a row, although last night's dead rubber was pretty good. So we'll get onto that in a little while. And yeah, basically the locals in Turin are putting, I guess you might say that the popular player in Yannick sinner and the big name in Novak Djokovic in prime time regardless of whether the match is mean anything. I think that pretty much sums it up. So Catherine's chatting away at the moment ahead of the Djokovic nori match and here we are in the tennis podcast to bring you up to date with it all. But before we do that, we'll bring you up to date with the latest involving punctual. As you know from, I guess, a lot of the media coverage you will have been following and certainly from our podcast over the last week, she still hasn't been heard from or spoken to or seen it certainly not from a verifiable source. We have seen some screenshots from of her within a tweet, but once again from somebody from the China state media so frankly, I don't think many people are taking that too seriously. But what they are taking seriously Matt is the ongoing story in itself and how distressing and worrying it is. And more and more players seem to be speaking out and Steve Simon, the WTA CEO is taking every chance he can to make his and the WTA's position about her and about their business in China, very, very clear. Yeah, absolutely. It's been quite tough, I think, to actually enjoy the tennis that's going on at the moment with this cloud hanging over the sport, although I say that, and it's a much bigger issue than a tennis issue. So it's an international incident now, quite frankly with the UN Amnesty International law demanding evidence of her whereabouts and safety yeah, I mean, I would say, again, how impressed I've been, we are with Steve Simon's leadership on this issue. His courage to take on China and his integrity to do the right thing. I think, you know, he sort of doubled down on all that on his latest appearance, public appearance, which was on CNN. Last night where he said, we're at a crossroads for our business with China, too many times in our world, we let business politics and money dictate what's right and wrong. And you know, I just think it's an incredible message that he's sending with this approach and this sort of hard line approach. Who knows? It may end up changing the way sporting governing bodies end up dealing with China. I don't know. Obviously, the other side to all this, as you said, is many, many more players speaking out about it. The vast majority of WTA players lots of ATP players as well. Been impressed by how quickly they've all mobile eyes and got behind it as well. You just won the sort of how much good it will do. It's obviously a very frightening and scary situation, but you've got to try everything you can to put as much pressure on, I think, and the tennis community is really doing that. That's certainly my instinct as well. I didn't know today that the IOC have taken a very different approach and they actually they said quite diplomacy is the way forward and the best way to achieve results which personally I don't buy. I think that sir Steve Simon and tennis is doing the right thing and I regard it as refreshing and I'm pleased that they're not just karate, frankly, and letting business and money get in the way of what they believe is right and wrong. They're being very clear about that. I did notice in an interview that the BBC did with Steve Simon today. They kind of put that to him in the interview and said are you at all worried that taking such a hard line approach might not yield the results you want? And quieter, more gentle negotiations and diplomatic efforts might be a better way. And Steve Simon was not having it. He his view is that this is he has no reservations about the way the way he's handled it so far and the way he will continue to handle it. It's just a little bit difficult and it's impossible really, but I have a hard time working out where it goes next and at what point if everybody's had their sign, everybody's spoken up and today, several of the big name players Andy Murray, lots of others and organizations as well, keep saying it, you know, what happens in a few days time, if everybody's had to say and we still don't know anything, or we still not confident about her whereabouts. The guy I don't know. But I'm just hoping for the best, really, which is kind of a horrible position, horrible powerless position to be in. But that's where we are. Yeah, I think certainly punctuates safety is of Paramount importance and that is the primary issue at the moment which everyone is getting behind. But I share your concerns in terms of where does this go if, you know, if so many people have already spoken out and there's been no answers. What's going to happen in a few days time a week's time? That's why I think it's important that we continue to talk about it, continue to put the pressure on, and I think the larger question of Tennessee's relationship with China I mean, it seems pretty untenable at this point, doesn't it?.

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Wife of Missing Chinese Official Calls Government a 'Monster,' 'They Eat Their Children' - Newsweek

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 11 months ago

Wife of Missing Chinese Official Calls Government a 'Monster,' 'They Eat Their Children' - Newsweek

"Pressure to address concerns of the safety of a Chinese professional tennis player who has gone missing thanks why went missing school after accusing a former top government official of sexual assaults many abroad have called on China to show how well being the calls come off to Chinese state media pace didn't email in which banks says she's safe and that the assault allegation is untrue Steve Simon the CEO of the women's tennis association said he did not believe paying both the email all believed what was written the W. T. A. S. demanded a full investigation and is prepared

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"steve simon" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

06:01 min | 11 months ago

"steve simon" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Is over and we'll get on to talking about Gabon garus win over and at cultivate in a moment or two because there were some incredible scenes and scenes I don't think I'll ever really forget actually from over the course of the last week Matt's here alongside me David lore and we're going to be talking about everything that's gone on over the past couple of days in the semifinals and the finals of the finals and also what's gone on at the ATP finance because there's been some change there with injuries and replacements and alternates coming in and we'll update you with where we are with all of that. But I think we have to start with the ongoing story about the Chinese player pung Shui and the story that just continues to develop. And the concern that continues to grow over her whereabouts and the the lack of verifiable knowledge that she's okay and that she is in going to be in a position to have her allegations investigated. Just to bring you up to date with what happened yesterday we saw a tweet from I think I first saw a tweet from Naomi Osaka Matt that made me think, oh, well, she's speaking up on behalf and asking where is she? And this comes a day after Steve Simon and said that they'd received some assurances albeit not directly from her or not directly from anybody that directly knows her from the tour that she was okay and there was nothing to worry about. But he made it clear that he still wanted to hear more. Then suddenly in the afternoon, a letter was posted by a China state affiliated media organization, which said the following, and it was coming from or at least purported to be from punctual. It says this. Hello everyone. This is punctual, regarding the recent news released on the official website of the WTA, the content has not been confirmed or verified by myself, and it was released without my consent. The news in that release, including the allegation of sexual assault, is not true. I'm not missing, nor am I unsafe. I've just been resting at home and everything is fine. Thank you again for caring about me. If the WTA publishes any more news about me, please verify it with me and release it with my consent. As a professional tennis player, I thank you all for your companionship and consideration. I hope to promote Chinese tennis with you all if I have the chance in the future. I hope Chinese tennis will become better and better. Once again, thank you for your consideration. What was your immediate reaction upon reading that first map? Extremely disturbed and unsettling. And just didn't think it was punctual, writing that to be quite honest. We understood that that was sent to the WTA. And the way it starts with hello everyone, this is punctuate. It just doesn't sound right. There's people picked up on the fact that there's a cursor visible in the middle of the letter, just that isn't how an email ends up being sent. And frankly, what was really quite sickening, actually, there was a lot of concern about punctual at this point. You know, I mean, as they're already had been, but this just ramped it up even more for me. Yeah, and I think what you're saying there is what most people within the sport of tennis felt and were saying. We then received quite shortly afterwards, a statement from Steve Simon, the WTA's chairman and CEO, which read as followers. The statement released today by Chinese state media concerning Peng Shui only raises my concerns as to have safety and whereabouts. I have a hard time believing that punctuate actually wrote the email we received or believes what is being attributed to her. Punctual, despite incredible courage in describing an allegation of sexual assault against a former top official in the Chinese government. The WTA and the rest of the world need independent and verifiable proof that she is safe. I have repeatedly tried to reach her via numerous forms of communication to no avail. Punctual must be allowed to speak freely without coercion or intimidation from any source. Her allegation of sexual assault must be respected investigated with full transparency and without censorship. The voices of women need to be heard and respected, not censored nor dictated to. That's what Steve Simon had to say in response. And I mean, it continues to escalate really Matt, doesn't it? Based on that, more and more people are taking an interest in this story. I've seen China correspondence on the BBC and on CNN who are normally covering non sports stories are all focused now on this issue on this issue. There's no suggestion that we're going to hear from her in from anybody. We seem to be at a bit of a standoff right now. But quite clearly, Steve Simon is not for backing down and here. I think I think that's really refreshing and that the leader of a sport that has such a financial stake in China is not budging on this particular issue, not fudging his words, not hedging, not using management speak, not talking about, you know, the tournaments that he needs to bear in mind. Obviously this is way, way bigger than that. This gets down to the, you know, this is life..

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"steve simon" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"steve simon" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"World Wide Web also all of our shows are going to be in podcast form Go to wherever you do your downloads Apple Google podcasts Alexa you can ask for Steve Simon with Alexa You can also type in Steve shaman and those episodes will pop up and just click on the episode you'd like to listen to And listen to your heart's content All right next question from Skokie Vance is there Why would a person choose a mutual fund over an individual stock Well thence great question It's because a mutual fund allows you to diversify over a lot of stocks Maybe hundreds rather than a single stock because all your eggs are un basket is riskier than diversifying And you might even consider ETFs over mutual funds because they're more easily traded with lower fees Okay There you go Last question of the show We have not been able to stump the coach so far So Steve here it is Schomberg is the location Jenny is there This is an interesting question Starting they're all interesting but this one kind of has a lot of twists and turns All right Starting in 2010 my spouse acquired four separate 401k plans from employers in three states Two in Florida one in Texas and one in California Is it possible to combine all of these 401k plans into one So Jenny you know I call those four-o-one-ks from old employers stray four-o-one-ks I call them stray because they're with big companies with limited options and we usually don't pay too much attention to them But we worked long and hard for the money So now is a perfect time with the market and an all time high to actually protect that money And yes you could actually roll all of those different stray four-o-one-ks into a single IRA combine all of those into one and you might even choose a safe guaranteed place that allows you to make money when the market goes up But guarantees that you never lose when the market goes down that way the money that your spouse's worked for his whole life long can grow safely with no risk and it will be simple in one place rather than multiple places This just in We did not stump the coach Nice job Steve.

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"steve simon" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"steve simon" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"And rest easy. Well and have that plan. It's almost like okay. What? Where's my starting gate? I mean, it would be great if we're 25 years old And we're thinking I'm gonna think about retirement. I'm 25. A lot of people don't do that. So let's let's give him a starting gate. You know, Fifties maybe sixties. You've been saving that that timeframe on wind to have a plan obviously, earlier, the better, But when you get into fifties, I mean, that's when we're talking about. You really need to sit down and have that plan. Yeah, absolutely. The most dangerous times for retirement are the five or 10 years before you're gonna retire and the five or 10 years immediately after you retire, because during those years, you don't know what's going Happen. And if your money's in the market in the market crashes, all your goals could be wiped out. And you don't know where you're going to be so planning soon and planning properly is the solution. We talk a lot about maybe first things to do. Um, you know, we were gonna have an offer coming up at the end of this segment on opportunity to get on Steve Simon's calendar. He's a busy, busy guy, and he's certainly very good on helping with numbers, but really, you gotta schedule. You got a plan to get in to see Mr Simon. So we'll give you that opportunity coming up, but things you need to deal with almost immediately. Just peace of mind to kind of get you where you need to be. A lot of people don't think about it, but you've got dead out there. You do have that out there, and a lot of people have mortgage that. In fact, I have a great story more okay? And this is from a guy that called in on the show. And like a lot of us, do the Cove it. He lost his job last March. This isn't a guy that wants to be unemployed, but he got forced to be unemployed. And he hasn't been able to find a job since Now. He did a good job saving. He's got about $700,000 saved which, Yeah, he did a good job, and that can really help him make his life work out. And I wanted it to illustrate the difference between having a plan that's based on math and science or just flying by the seat of your pants. So he had a decent fly by the seat of your pants plan, where he would take some of that money, pay off his mortgage and put some of the money away for retirement and hopefully have enough money to last. And just maybe just, maybe be able to leave the kids money by the end of his life. That's the way most people plan you're not really sure if it's gonna work out, but it looks like it might. So what we did with him. What we do for all our callers is analyzed where they are today and where they want to go and Morgan what this guy could achieve with a good plan. Is nightingale a difference? Well, and you bring up a really good point. A lot of people are like, you know, in my man the right place. Do I have enough? Well, it's $700,000 you talk about a nice base. Now there are some with less on. There's still plenty of opportunity to plan protecting your assets with Steve Simon is the show you're tuned into, will say financial is the shingle that's out there. For for Mr Simon, and it's an opportunity coming up in this segment to get on his calendar and see where you are. And when I say get on the calendar, it's a no obligation phone call where you can talk about the ends and outs of what you have. Get a second opinion and and possibly work with Mr Simon. If it's a good fit for you, But talking about that income plan you had somebody call in and at $700,000. Steve. That's Azaz. A planner is someone that's getting ready to advise. You gotta feel pretty good about that number. Well, the number is great. And if you do everything right, it turns out great. But the way he was looking at life was he's going to take some of that money pay off his mortgage, so he's dead free. That's a good idea, And then he's going to go back to work because he has to have enough money to live until he starts turning Social Security on 34 years from now, Okay, but putting a plan together. I took a look at it, and I said to him, what if you didn't have to go back to work? But you had the ability to choose whether you went to work or not. Because you didn't really have to. Because you could have your money working for you. That sounds like a big boner. Has to have that opportunity just to have that option and just to talk about it. Think about the financial freedom that that creates when you don't have to go back to work, But you only go back to work if you want to. Well, and it comes down to just having a second opinion having someone else kind of take a look at what you have. And it's okay to ask questions because a lot of clients or a lot of potential clients that call in and talk to you, Steve, you know they have current situations where they're being advised. It's okay to ask questions. It's okay. Get that second opinion. You need a second opinion and most people, you know, what do we do? We don't want to think about money. So we procrastinate. We put our head in the sand, but procrastination is a decision itself. Because if you're not looking at what you can do to do better, you're sitting there may be treading water going backwards or you're just not planned for the eventualities that life can present itself. And is that how you wanna live your retirement years? Absolutely not. And we're talking about a situation where you're approaching a retirement age. We're using the story of someone that has come in to talk to Mr Simon about where he currently sits. And he is sitting with $700,000. And you come up with a plan a road map something to give you peace of mind. And we're also discussing you know things that you need to kind of get a hold up pretty early on when you're considering retirement And one of those things just getting health insurance getting a strategy. I know. Possibly maybe. You know, your client that came in to talk. Maybe hadn't considered that. Yeah. And that is an important thing. And the health insurance is an important part And the nice thing about the plan that we've created for this guy. Is that he is going to have plenty of money to fund whatever plan that he wants. You see, before he talked to us. He had a plan where he's gonna be kind of scrimping to make ends meet, and maybe not even leave his family money at the end of the day. By putting a plan together with math and science. Here's what it looks like. He's gonna have the income that he's gonna need for the rest of his life invented adjusted for inflation going forward, so he's going to know just like when he's working. He's got a paycheck now. Paycheck. ABS in you Pay your bills. If there's a little extra, you can invest that money. You can take.

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"steve simon" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"steve simon" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"I tell you, it Z always exciting Tonto, you know, just kind of spread spread the knowledge and that's what we're gonna do today, and what we want to get into is, you know, let's just talk about me for, for instance. I'm in my mid fifties, and I'm concerned about so many things, And the thing I'm excited about is Steve Simon's gonna help me He's gonna help me He's gonna help our listeners. So let's just say I'm 54. I want to boost my savings rate. Explain what that means to the layman. That's out there in the late woman that is just listening to the radio, and maybe they don't have a plan. Okay? Sure. Well, I'm a big believer and saving as often as you can. Starting as early as you can remember that old adage when we were little kids. A penny saved is a penny earned. Oh, yeah. So as we get older, we don't want to spend all our money on things if we don't have enough saved for things later on, So you want to start accumulating a nest egg of savings, whether that's through your IRA. Or better yet, a tax free Roth IRA a 401 k or possibly a Roth for one k. If you put the money away today, you're gonna have it tomorrow. In fact, the name of our company will save financial kind of says that because my wife came up with this, she said. What's will save Steve? And then she popped up the answer. If you're willing to save your money today, your money will save you tomorrow. So structured savings are a key to financial Security as you retire. So basically have a plan. Have a savings Almost. You know, you need to write it down. And better yet you need to get together with an advisor. A professional that can help you kind of make that road map. Yes, absolutely. Morgan, You want to have a plan of what? You're going to save a structured savings plan, so that as you're moving towards retirement, your nest egg gets bigger and bigger. So you've got a big pack pad of money to rely on And you don't have to worry about Going toe work when it's not something that you don't want to do. Okay, Well, let's talk about 2021. Thank goodness. 2020 is in the rear view mirror. Now we're moving forward. Give me some examples. What? What? What can I do? As far as contributions IRAs that kind of thing heading into this this new year and and maybe a new financial path for myself. Well, great question. So if you're under 50, I know you're over. But for those of the listeners, they're under 50. You can put up to $6000 a year into an IRA or a Roth IRA. Morgan, at your age of 54. When you cross 50 you get to put more you can put up to 7000 year. And if you're working for a company that has a 401 k If you're under 50, you could put up to 19,500 a year. And if you're over 50, you can put up to 26,000 year and I recommend you Max out. Your plans make those maximum contributions. So basically age appropriate. So you know, a lot of people were out there going well, I know where I was on the age chart mattered, but it does. Yeah, absolutely. An age appropriate is very important for considering what kind of investment you're making. You see when you're young, and you have a long horizon to retirement. Well, you're early. You're able to take a lot of risks because you've got time to make back money that you might lose in the market. But as you get older, like you're 54. Now, more of your money should be safe and predictable in accounts that can produce reasonable rates of return, But where you can't lose now, that's not right for all your money, Morgan. There's actually a financial planning rule that we use called the rule of 100. Okay, let me hear about that. Well, you're 54. Yeah, yeah. If I take 100 minus 54. That means that your age about 46% of your money should be in the stock market. 54% should be in a place where it can create Guaranteed income or guaranteed safety. But we want to have products to give us more more returns than the banks do, because the bank products don't keep up with inflation. Guarantee kind of products. I'm talking about our insurance products that will produce anywhere from two to 6 to 8% annual returns with no risk of loss. Steve Simon is with us is his show protecting our assets, and it's an opportunity for you to kind of, you know, kick the tires and find out where you are for your financial future. I'm learning things today and I'm excited about it. Now, if you're planning to retire in your sixties, I know that they're just different numbers that have to click in I'm I'm in 54. When is a good time to it Least think about that number. Most people have 65 in their head. But a lot of people work past that and they also have to plan for that How much money they're putting away and how much money they're going to need when they hit retirement because we're living longer. Yeah, absolutely. We did. So as we live longer. We want products that are going to guarantee income for life. You know, most of us count on Social security, and we count on the fact that that's gonna Either for our lifelong, But we also need to make sure that if that's not enough income to meet all of our needs, we have part of our portfolio, providing that guaranteed income that we could never run out of. Think about this, Morgan. Okay, Maybe you're getting 2000 month from Social Security. Maybe you need another 2000 month to meet your expenses. And maybe you want that 2000 month to be able to adjust for inflation going forward. Well, if part of your portfolio was designed to provide that extra $2000 a month, and that was checked off the chart, and you've got that done the rest of your money. You're more free to do what you want with and take more risk with as long as you know, you've got your bases covered. So protect the core. And then once that chorus protected, you can play a little Yeah, And when it comes to protecting the core, we wanted that corner. Be strong like a financial fortress. We don't want to get raided financially or surprised. We want our financial plan to work out. Absolutely and and and just be physically fit financially fit. That's what we want Social Security, That's it. That's a term that a lot of people are very familiar with, but a lot of people aren't as educated as yourself. On opportunity to kind of figure out, you know, check up on what the Social Security benefits are and how you can take best advantage. Well, social Security. You know, you can choose to started a different age. You can start his earliest 62. That's gonna be your lowest payment..

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MN absentee ballots that arrive after 8 p.m. on Election Day might not be counted

Dr. Daliah

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

MN absentee ballots that arrive after 8 p.m. on Election Day might not be counted

"Has ruled that absentee ballots in Minnesota must be received by eight PM on election night or they won't be counted ruling blocks of seven day extension that had been ordered by Minnesota's Secretary of state Steve Simon. He urges people with absentee ballots to drop them off in person, rather than mailing that we have to make sure that every legally cast a ballot Is counted period. That's the mission from here through Tuesday, Election day

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"steve simon" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"steve simon" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"This. This's bigger than any nation. No nation has a number like that we can build back better with an economy that begins the reward work. Not well. Joe Biden also campaigned imported. A new poll commissioned by Telemundo shows him leading with Hispanic voters, but not by a large margin. The pole could indicate more Hispanic voters are considering re electing the president, providing him a potential boost in Florida, Arizona and Nevada. Fox's mark narrative. The president's rally in Fayetteville, North Carolina, canceled because of the remnants of Hurricane Zeta passing through. Did meet at Fort Bragg with members of the special forces involved in the raid that killed Isis leader al Baghdadi. Joe Biden Noble campaign Friday in Iowa, Minnesota had Wisconsin the president will be in Minnesota, Wisconsin and in Michigan. Minnesota's plans to extend the absentee ballots deadline for up to a week beyond the election day has been struck down by a federal appeals court. A judge's ruling on Ly State lawmakers can authorize an extension and they haven't This is a major shake up four months The Secretary of state Steve Simon, local election officials have been telling people simply the post mark their ballot by election Day, and it has seven days to arrive and it will count. Not anymore. Let's reporter Theo Case of Fox nine in Minneapolis, Minnesota Secretary of State now says that's anti voters should not mail their ballots. But dropped him off at early voting locations they will hold any ballots received after Election Day in case of future ruling allows them to be counted America is listening to Fox News. A man who's all Commission of cell's security here, the one you about telephone scam pretending to be government employees..

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Former Player and Agent Donald Dell

Beyond The Baseline

05:39 min | 2 years ago

Former Player and Agent Donald Dell

"Everyone John Wartime here is this week's sports illustrated? Tennis podcast is also the first week of Wimbledon. He says wistfully our guest this week. Is Donald Dell? Donald is a former player a promoter broadcaster at agent. He's worn many hats, not unlike Bartholomew Cubans. He is also worn many at once. Donald is still force in tennis. He wrote an op Ed recently in the Washington Post, about the prospect of combining the men's and women's tours, so we talk about that. We talked about where tennis is right now, and as a bonus, Donald signed Michael Jordan out of North Carolina and especially after last dance. We talk about Michael Jordan so some non tennis bonus coverage on Michael Jordan and a lot of good tennis. Talk here's Donald Dell. Appreciate you doing. How are you doing? I'm doing fine We've been lucky I've been home since about March fifteenth, but my two daughters, their husbands, and our two grandchildren, five and seven are about thirty yards from where we are, and it's like one hundred twenty day thanksgiving. It doesn't sound bad. Yeah, let's I I. Don't know but I got a couple of things to bring up. I. Did want to talk about the the op-ed you wrote. Wrote thought you'd be a good person to talk about with the the tour merger, which has been eclipsed lately by a Co bit in the US Open, but this was sort of a hot topic, and everyone says the same thing which is great idea. The devils in the details, so let's let's advance that. How do we exercise those those devils details? How do we push through? So this becomes more than. In abstract idea that we need to negotiate what what are we doing to make this happen? Well I I think I think more than that. The Devil Devil's in the the leadership in other words I think it's GonNa take strong leaders it both part, both groups to get done, and I think Steve. Simon, and Mickey Lawler. Are Really, veterans, and and well respected, and well like Gatanzi the new chairman of the ATP I'm told his very smart very capable. And I. Think if the if they wanted to really do it, they get together. And then it takes a lot of support. You Know Billie, Jean and Roger, and some of the leaders in the game. All got behind it, then you. It's sort of like all the protests out there today you gotTa. You gotta move the ships and it's a big alphabet soup that everybody sort of fights for their turf. The ATP tour. Has Really established itself, but it's not part of the grand. Slams not far the idea. And not that that they want to be I don't Miss Other Sami, but I just think. Recently in the last six or eight years, the ATP tour has not worked very effectively in some senses because they've been voting in blocks the three tournament directors vote together. The three player reps vote together, and then the chairman's left. There was hanging vote and literally one vote because he always makes one side unhappy in the last two chairman. If you review John have been fired. Because one group didn't like how voted, and they need a super majority of forty two to extend. His contract so his contract ran out. In the last two cases now I'm told by people that very close to respect the Gal Gal Danzi is quite a different. Person needs a very strong leader, very smart and media and he really gets it. I just think for the sport It would be really helpful to have the two groups. Merged on a on a simple basis, and the when you talk about the details, you're right but I think the simplicity is what matters keep it simple stupid when you want to merge the to start with you don't have to have exactly the same boards, the same voting members, but come in and merge it, and have you know five or six basic principles and truthfully. We, found out in Washington with the city open that Iran for fifty years literally for the WTI ESPN Tennis Foundation. That We. We had a men's only event for forty two years, and then city came along our title sponsor, and rightfully said look fifty one percent of our clients. Bankers are women, so we're not gonNA. Unless you'll bring a women's tournament into it and we did, but it was a problem because there's a bigger women's event at Sanford for seven hundred thousand, we were only allowed by the rules for two fifty, but guess what. The ATP the minority of the ATP ten percent fought it tooth and nail. They didn't want it integrated tournament. And I to go before the board three different times, and swear up and down that we give him favorability on the scheduling of the Center Court. Scheduling, transportation scheduling practice courts. And it just didn't. It's working okay. And the women, the best women like to play Washington but now under the new WTA rules. We can only sign one of the top twenty in the world in order to protect the other event. That's raising more prize money by seven hundred or more, so those kind of problems out to be worked out and the ATP tour really needs to get a stronger with this membership the the the vocal minority, which is really only about ten or twelve percent, and it's always the complainers on the tour. The to aboard knows who they are, and they're always ranked between one hundred, fifty and three hundred,

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Trump says 'life and death' at stake in following guidelines

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Trump says 'life and death' at stake in following guidelines

"Bakeries the white house's are honoring model doctor says felt there could she be was between his own one donut hundred thousand and they're all and two putting hundred their forty own twist thousand Americans on it end killed in it compare so to that speak to the fifty three there is thousand smiling who up died at you during an edible World War sugar one print image and of two doctor hundred felt ninety she's one based thousand on a donut and World warranty War any two sprinkles the president in Kobe calls cream them sobering so it's butterscotch numbers but cream is looking you heard ahead that right to the virus Steve Simon threat ending Baker and and owner life at returning JB bakery to normal in Burlington and it's going New to Jersey be like calls a burst it of a light butter but Scotch that may covert not cream happen filled this month donut dipped Surgeon in General quarantine Jerome Adams the sprinkles tells NBC's it's a real today sensitive show he topic thinks you know in thirty that it's kind days of hard the to government come will up still with something be telling says the country it two dollars in general each is bound it needs to donuts to practice are selling social distancing out a lot of people are but some happy areas about may it and not they like need the to fact shelter that we have in some place credit like anymore specially selected Sager item that made kind Ghani of Washington puts a smile from his face and his real heart troubling times I'm Julie Walker

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Trump says 'life and death' at stake in following guidelines

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Trump says 'life and death' at stake in following guidelines

"Bakeries the white house's are honoring model doctor says felt there could she be was between his own one donut hundred thousand and they're all and two putting hundred their forty own twist thousand Americans on it end killed in it compare so to that speak to the fifty three there is thousand smiling who up died at you during an edible World War sugar one print image and of two doctor hundred felt ninety she's one based thousand on a donut and World warranty War any two sprinkles the president in Kobe calls cream them sobering so it's butterscotch numbers but cream is looking you heard ahead that right to the virus Steve Simon threat ending Baker and and owner life at returning JB bakery to normal in Burlington and it's going New to Jersey be like calls a burst it of a light butter but Scotch that may covert not cream happen filled this month donut dipped Surgeon in General quarantine Jerome Adams the sprinkles tells NBC's it's a real today sensitive show he topic thinks you know in thirty that it's kind days of hard the to government come will up still with something be telling says the country it two dollars in general each is bound it needs to donuts to practice are selling social distancing out a lot of people are but some happy areas about may it and not they like need the to fact shelter that we have in some place credit like anymore specially selected Sager item that made kind Ghani of Washington puts a smile from his face and his real heart troubling times I'm Julie Walker

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Trump says 'life and death' at stake in following guidelines

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Trump says 'life and death' at stake in following guidelines

"Bakeries the white house's are honoring model doctor says felt there could she be was between his own one donut hundred thousand and they're all and two putting hundred their forty own twist thousand Americans on it end killed in it compare so to that speak to the fifty three there is thousand smiling who up died at you during an edible World War sugar one print image and of two doctor hundred felt ninety she's one based thousand on a donut and World warranty War any two sprinkles the president in Kobe calls cream them sobering so it's butterscotch numbers but cream is looking you heard ahead that right to the virus Steve Simon threat ending Baker and and owner life at returning JB bakery to normal in Burlington and it's going New to Jersey be like calls a burst it of a light butter but Scotch that may covert not cream happen filled this month donut dipped Surgeon in General quarantine Jerome Adams the sprinkles tells NBC's it's a real today sensitive show he topic thinks you know in thirty that it's kind days of hard the to government come will up still with something be telling says the country it two dollars in general each is bound it needs to donuts to practice are selling social distancing out a lot of people are but some happy areas about may it and not they like need the to fact shelter that we have in some place credit like anymore specially selected Sager item that made kind Ghani of Washington puts a smile from his face and his real heart troubling times I'm Julie Walker

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Trump says 'life and death' at stake in following guidelines

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Trump says 'life and death' at stake in following guidelines

"Bakeries the white house's are honoring model doctor says felt there could she be was between his own one donut hundred thousand and they're all and two putting hundred their forty own twist thousand Americans on it end killed in it compare so to that speak to the fifty three there is thousand smiling who up died at you during an edible World War sugar one print image and of two doctor hundred felt ninety she's one based thousand on a donut and World warranty War any two sprinkles the president in Kobe calls cream them sobering so it's butterscotch numbers but cream is looking you heard ahead that right to the virus Steve Simon threat ending Baker and and owner life at returning JB bakery to normal in Burlington and it's going New to Jersey be like calls a burst it of a light butter but Scotch that may covert not cream happen filled this month donut dipped Surgeon in General quarantine Jerome Adams the sprinkles tells NBC's it's a real today sensitive show he topic thinks you know in thirty that it's kind days of hard the to government come will up still with something be telling says the country it two dollars in general each is bound it needs to donuts to practice are selling social distancing out a lot of people are but some happy areas about may it and not they like need the to fact shelter that we have in some place credit like anymore specially selected Sager item that made kind Ghani of Washington puts a smile from his face and his real heart troubling times I'm Julie Walker

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Trump says 'life and death' at stake in following guidelines

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Trump says 'life and death' at stake in following guidelines

"Bakeries the white house's are honoring model doctor says felt there could she be was between his own one donut hundred thousand and they're all and two putting hundred their forty own twist thousand Americans on it end killed in it compare so to that speak to the fifty three there is thousand smiling who up died at you during an edible World War sugar one print image and of two doctor hundred felt ninety she's one based thousand on a donut and World warranty War any two sprinkles the president in Kobe calls cream them sobering so it's butterscotch numbers but cream is looking you heard ahead that right to the virus Steve Simon threat ending Baker and and owner life at returning JB bakery to normal in Burlington and it's going New to Jersey be like calls a burst it of a light butter but Scotch that may covert not cream happen filled this month donut dipped Surgeon in General quarantine Jerome Adams the sprinkles tells NBC's it's a real today sensitive show he topic thinks you know in thirty that it's kind days of hard the to government come will up still with something be telling says the country it two dollars in general each is bound it needs to donuts to practice are selling social distancing out a lot of people are but some happy areas about may it and not they like need the to fact shelter that we have in some place credit like anymore specially selected Sager item that made kind Ghani of Washington puts a smile from his face and his real heart troubling times I'm Julie Walker

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Trump says 'life and death' at stake in following guidelines

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Trump says 'life and death' at stake in following guidelines

"Bakeries the white house's are honoring model doctor says felt there could she be was between his own one donut hundred thousand and they're all and two putting hundred their forty own twist thousand Americans on it end killed in it compare so to that speak to the fifty three there is thousand smiling who up died at you during an edible World War sugar one print image and of two doctor hundred felt ninety she's one based thousand on a donut and World warranty War any two sprinkles the president in Kobe calls cream them sobering so it's butterscotch numbers but cream is looking you heard ahead that right to the virus Steve Simon threat ending Baker and and owner life at returning JB bakery to normal in Burlington and it's going New to Jersey be like calls a burst it of a light butter but Scotch that may covert not cream happen filled this month donut dipped Surgeon in General quarantine Jerome Adams the sprinkles tells NBC's it's a real today sensitive show he topic thinks you know in thirty that it's kind days of hard the to government come will up still with something be telling says the country it two dollars in general each is bound it needs to donuts to practice are selling social distancing out a lot of people are but some happy areas about may it and not they like need the to fact shelter that we have in some place credit like anymore specially selected Sager item that made kind Ghani of Washington puts a smile from his face and his real heart troubling times I'm Julie Walker

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"steve simon" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:09 min | 2 years ago

"steve simon" Discussed on AP News

"Bakeries are honoring doctor felt she was his own donut and they're all putting their own twist on it end in it so to speak there is smiling up at you an edible sugar print image of doctor felt she's based on a donut warranty any sprinkles in Kobe cream so it's butterscotch cream you heard that right Steve Simon Baker and owner at JB bakery in Burlington New Jersey calls it a butter Scotch covert cream filled donut dipped in quarantine the sprinkles it's a real sensitive topic you know that it's kind of hard to come up with something says it $2 each is bound to donuts are selling out a lot of people are happy about it and they like the fact that we have some credit like specially selected item that kind of puts a smile from his face and his real heart troubling times I'm Julie Walker

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"steve simon" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:09 min | 2 years ago

"steve simon" Discussed on AP News

"Bakeries are honoring doctor felt she was his own donut and they're all putting their own twist on it end in it so to speak there is smiling up at you an edible sugar print image of doctor felt she's based on a donut warranty any sprinkles in Kobe cream so it's butterscotch cream you heard that right Steve Simon Baker and owner at JB bakery in Burlington New Jersey calls it a butter Scotch covert cream filled donut dipped in quarantine the sprinkles it's a real sensitive topic you know that it's kind of hard to come up with something says it $2 each is bound to donuts are selling out a lot of people are happy about it and they like the fact that we have some credit like specially selected item that kind of puts a smile from his face and his real heart troubling times I'm Julie Walker

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"steve simon" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:09 min | 2 years ago

"steve simon" Discussed on AP News

"Bakeries are honoring doctor felt she was his own donut and they're all putting their own twist on it end in it so to speak there is smiling up at you an edible sugar print image of doctor felt she's based on a donut warranty any sprinkles in Kobe cream so it's butterscotch cream you heard that right Steve Simon Baker and owner at JB bakery in Burlington New Jersey calls it a butter Scotch covert cream filled donut dipped in quarantine the sprinkles it's a real sensitive topic you know that it's kind of hard to come up with something says it $2 each is bound to donuts are selling out a lot of people are happy about it and they like the fact that we have some credit like specially selected item that kind of puts a smile from his face and his real heart troubling times I'm Julie Walker

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"steve simon" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:09 min | 2 years ago

"steve simon" Discussed on AP News

"Bakeries are honoring doctor felt she was his own donut and they're all putting their own twist on it end in it so to speak there is smiling up at you an edible sugar print image of doctor felt she's based on a donut warranty any sprinkles in Kobe cream so it's butterscotch cream you heard that right Steve Simon Baker and owner at JB bakery in Burlington New Jersey calls it a butter Scotch covert cream filled donut dipped in quarantine the sprinkles it's a real sensitive topic you know that it's kind of hard to come up with something says it $2 each is bound to donuts are selling out a lot of people are happy about it and they like the fact that we have some credit like specially selected item that kind of puts a smile from his face and his real heart troubling times I'm Julie Walker

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"steve simon" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:09 min | 2 years ago

"steve simon" Discussed on AP News

"Bakeries are honoring doctor felt she was his own donut and they're all putting their own twist on it end in it so to speak there is smiling up at you an edible sugar print image of doctor felt she's based on a donut warranty any sprinkles in Kobe cream so it's butterscotch cream you heard that right Steve Simon Baker and owner at JB bakery in Burlington New Jersey calls it a butter Scotch covert cream filled donut dipped in quarantine the sprinkles it's a real sensitive topic you know that it's kind of hard to come up with something says it $2 each is bound to donuts are selling out a lot of people are happy about it and they like the fact that we have some credit like specially selected item that kind of puts a smile from his face and his real heart troubling times I'm Julie Walker

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"steve simon" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:09 min | 2 years ago

"steve simon" Discussed on AP News

"Bakeries are honoring doctor felt she was his own donut and they're all putting their own twist on it end in it so to speak there is smiling up at you an edible sugar print image of doctor felt she's based on a donut warranty any sprinkles in Kobe cream so it's butterscotch cream you heard that right Steve Simon Baker and owner at JB bakery in Burlington New Jersey calls it a butter Scotch covert cream filled donut dipped in quarantine the sprinkles it's a real sensitive topic you know that it's kind of hard to come up with something says it $2 each is bound to donuts are selling out a lot of people are happy about it and they like the fact that we have some credit like specially selected item that kind of puts a smile from his face and his real heart troubling times I'm Julie Walker

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"steve simon" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:09 min | 2 years ago

"steve simon" Discussed on AP News

"Bakeries are honoring doctor felt she was his own donut and they're all putting their own twist on it end in it so to speak there is smiling up at you an edible sugar print image of doctor felt she's based on a donut warranty any sprinkles in Kobe cream so it's butterscotch cream you heard that right Steve Simon Baker and owner at JB bakery in Burlington New Jersey calls it a butter Scotch covert cream filled donut dipped in quarantine the sprinkles it's a real sensitive topic you know that it's kind of hard to come up with something says it $2 each is bound to donuts are selling out a lot of people are happy about it and they like the fact that we have some credit like specially selected item that kind of puts a smile from his face and his real heart troubling times I'm Julie Walker

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"steve simon" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:09 min | 2 years ago

"steve simon" Discussed on AP News

"Bakeries are honoring doctor felt she was his own donut and they're all putting their own twist on it end in it so to speak there is smiling up at you an edible sugar print image of doctor felt she's based on a donut warranty any sprinkles in Kobe cream so it's butterscotch cream you heard that right Steve Simon Baker and owner at JB bakery in Burlington New Jersey calls it a butter Scotch covert cream filled donut dipped in quarantine the sprinkles it's a real sensitive topic you know that it's kind of hard to come up with something says it $2 each is bound to donuts are selling out a lot of people are happy about it and they like the fact that we have some credit like specially selected item that kind of puts a smile from his face and his real heart troubling times I'm Julie Walker

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Bakery in N.J. creates Dr. Fauci doughnut to honor him

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Bakery in N.J. creates Dr. Fauci doughnut to honor him

"Bakeries are honoring doctor felt she was his own donut and they're all putting their own twist on it end in it so to speak there is smiling up at you an edible sugar print image of doctor felt she's based on a donut warranty any sprinkles in Kobe cream so it's butterscotch cream you heard that right Steve Simon Baker and owner at JB bakery in Burlington New Jersey calls it a butter Scotch covert cream filled donut dipped in quarantine the sprinkles it's a real sensitive topic you know that it's kind of hard to come up with something says it two dollars each is bound to donuts are selling out a lot of people are happy about it and they like the fact that we have some credit like specially selected item that kind of puts a smile from his face and his real heart troubling times I'm Julie Walker

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Bakery in N.J. creates Dr. Fauci doughnut to honor him

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Bakery in N.J. creates Dr. Fauci doughnut to honor him

"Bakeries are honoring doctor felt she was his own donut and they're all putting their own twist on it end in it so to speak there is smiling up at you an edible sugar print image of doctor felt she's based on a donut warranty any sprinkles in Kobe cream so it's butterscotch cream you heard that right Steve Simon Baker and owner at JB bakery in Burlington New Jersey calls it a butter Scotch covert cream filled donut dipped in quarantine the sprinkles it's a real sensitive topic you know that it's kind of hard to come up with something says it two dollars each is bound to donuts are selling out a lot of people are happy about it and they like the fact that we have some credit like specially selected item that kind of puts a smile from his face and his real heart troubling times I'm Julie Walker

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Bakery in N.J. creates Dr. Fauci doughnut to honor him

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Bakery in N.J. creates Dr. Fauci doughnut to honor him

"Bakeries are honoring doctor felt she was his own donut and they're all putting their own twist on it end in it so to speak there is smiling up at you an edible sugar print image of doctor felt she's based on a donut warranty any sprinkles in Kobe cream so it's butterscotch cream you heard that right Steve Simon Baker and owner at JB bakery in Burlington New Jersey calls it a butter Scotch covert cream filled donut dipped in quarantine the sprinkles it's a real sensitive topic you know that it's kind of hard to come up with something says it two dollars each is bound to donuts are selling out a lot of people are happy about it and they like the fact that we have some credit like specially selected item that kind of puts a smile from his face and his real heart troubling times I'm Julie Walker

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Bakery in N.J. creates Dr. Fauci doughnut to honor him

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Bakery in N.J. creates Dr. Fauci doughnut to honor him

"Bakeries are honoring doctor felt she was his own donut and they're all putting their own twist on it end in it so to speak there is smiling up at you an edible sugar print image of doctor felt she's based on a donut warranty any sprinkles in Kobe cream so it's butterscotch cream you heard that right Steve Simon Baker and owner at JB bakery in Burlington New Jersey calls it a butter Scotch covert cream filled donut dipped in quarantine the sprinkles it's a real sensitive topic you know that it's kind of hard to come up with something says it two dollars each is bound to donuts are selling out a lot of people are happy about it and they like the fact that we have some credit like specially selected item that kind of puts a smile from his face and his real heart troubling times I'm Julie Walker

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Bakery in N.J. creates Dr. Fauci doughnut to honor him

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Bakery in N.J. creates Dr. Fauci doughnut to honor him

"Bakeries are honoring doctor felt she was his own donut and they're all putting their own twist on it end in it so to speak there is smiling up at you an edible sugar print image of doctor felt she's based on a donut warranty any sprinkles in Kobe cream so it's butterscotch cream you heard that right Steve Simon Baker and owner at JB bakery in Burlington New Jersey calls it a butter Scotch covert cream filled donut dipped in quarantine the sprinkles it's a real sensitive topic you know that it's kind of hard to come up with something says it two dollars each is bound to donuts are selling out a lot of people are happy about it and they like the fact that we have some credit like specially selected item that kind of puts a smile from his face and his real heart troubling times I'm Julie Walker

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Bakery in N.J. creates Dr. Fauci doughnut to honor him

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Bakery in N.J. creates Dr. Fauci doughnut to honor him

"Bakeries are honoring doctor felt she was his own donut and they're all putting their own twist on it end in it so to speak there is smiling up at you an edible sugar print image of doctor felt she's based on a donut warranty any sprinkles in Kobe cream so it's butterscotch cream you heard that right Steve Simon Baker and owner at JB bakery in Burlington New Jersey calls it a butter Scotch covert cream filled donut dipped in quarantine the sprinkles it's a real sensitive topic you know that it's kind of hard to come up with something says it two dollars each is bound to donuts are selling out a lot of people are happy about it and they like the fact that we have some credit like specially selected item that kind of puts a smile from his face and his real heart troubling times I'm Julie Walker

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Bakery in N.J. creates Dr. Fauci doughnut to honor him

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Bakery in N.J. creates Dr. Fauci doughnut to honor him

"Bakeries are honoring doctor felt she was his own donut and they're all putting their own twist on it end in it so to speak there is smiling up at you an edible sugar print image of doctor felt she's based on a donut warranty any sprinkles in Kobe cream so it's butterscotch cream you heard that right Steve Simon Baker and owner at JB bakery in Burlington New Jersey calls it a butter Scotch covert cream filled donut dipped in quarantine the sprinkles it's a real sensitive topic you know that it's kind of hard to come up with something says it two dollars each is bound to donuts are selling out a lot of people are happy about it and they like the fact that we have some credit like specially selected item that kind of puts a smile from his face and his real heart troubling times I'm Julie Walker

Jb Bakery New Jersey Julie Walker Steve Simon Baker Burlington
Bakery in N.J. creates Dr. Fauci doughnut to honor him

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Bakery in N.J. creates Dr. Fauci doughnut to honor him

"Bakeries are honoring doctor felt she was his own donut and they're all putting their own twist on it end in it so to speak there is smiling up at you an edible sugar print image of doctor felt she's based on a donut warranty any sprinkles in Kobe cream so it's butterscotch cream you heard that right Steve Simon Baker and owner at JB bakery in Burlington New Jersey calls it a butter Scotch covert cream filled donut dipped in quarantine the sprinkles it's a real sensitive topic you know that it's kind of hard to come up with something says it two dollars each is bound to donuts are selling out a lot of people are happy about it and they like the fact that we have some credit like specially selected item that kind of puts a smile from his face and his real heart troubling times I'm Julie Walker

Jb Bakery New Jersey Julie Walker Steve Simon Baker Burlington
Bakery in N.J. creates Dr. Fauci doughnut to honor him

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Bakery in N.J. creates Dr. Fauci doughnut to honor him

"Bakeries are honoring doctor felt she was his own donut and they're all putting their own twist on it end in it so to speak there is smiling up at you an edible sugar print image of doctor felt she's based on a donut warranty any sprinkles in Kobe cream so it's butterscotch cream you heard that right Steve Simon Baker and owner at JB bakery in Burlington New Jersey calls it a butter Scotch covert cream filled donut dipped in quarantine the sprinkles it's a real sensitive topic you know that it's kind of hard to come up with something says it two dollars each is bound to donuts are selling out a lot of people are happy about it and they like the fact that we have some credit like specially selected item that kind of puts a smile from his face and his real heart troubling times I'm Julie Walker

Jb Bakery New Jersey Julie Walker Steve Simon Baker Burlington
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"Talk dot com Minnesota news network I'm bill Werner with all the trouble getting results out of the Iowa caucuses we ask Minnesota secretary of state Steve Simon if Minnesotans should worry about a similar problem in the upcoming super Tuesday presidential primary Noel and for several reasons first what we're having on March third is an actual a lecture primary election with real polling places real elections equipment trained Alexian demonstrators and so forth I will with the caucus situations that was relying on a political party volunteers Simon says there will be no apps involved in Minnesota's voting system as there were in Iowa president trump delivering his state of the union address tonight with the most recent Gallup poll showing him forty nine percent job approval rating fifty two percent saying he should be acquitted in the impeachment trial Carleton college analyst Steven shear says I think the president has an opportunity now to rise above partisan politics and the impeachment battle it's also going on this week and talk about the future of the country Vester shear says he be surprised if trump mentions the impeachment process at all during tonight's address sounds like the rolling stones will be making a tour stop in Minnesota this summer an ice sculpture featuring the stones tongue and lips logo unveiled Monday in front of the idea center downtown Minneapolis that sculpture went up three days before the city of Minneapolis and U. S. bank stadium are expected to make a major concert announcement that's the latest this is Minnesota news network two charges you based on your home's value it's.

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