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"t. j" Discussed on The All New Suze Orman's Women and Money
"Why. I picked this katie. Hi susie my name is janette and i go by j. T. see somebody who's like you kate. T. j. t. That's why i did it. all right. And she is thirty seven years of age and she met her wife in two thousand and eleven. And that's when she was introduced to me but that's not part of the quincy she says. Currently i have a four zero one b i. It's usually a four zero three b. But we'll just leave it at that after serving eight years in my role my employer now contributes to my retirement and my contribution is optional. I stopped contributing two years ago to save for the home. We recently bought now. I'm ready to start contributing again. But i don't want to contribute to my four zero one be. My employer is still contributing to my four. Are one b but i want to also contribute to a roth account. The problem is i have no idea where to start. Or whether i should go for a roth. Ira or a roth four. Oh one k. So what does j. t. do does she contribute back to her four. Oh three does she opened up a roth. Ira or does she contribute to a roth 401k. That possibly her employer is also offering. I think she should put money back into four. Oh be that. Her employer has already been contributing to so. Hopefully it's really a four zero three b k. Just so you know. But that's all right but she does. Call it a 401 be so you think that rather than doing a roth. Ira and a roth 401k. That she should put money back into her for three be even though her employer contributes to the four three b. Even if she does not yeah. 'cause there's already i mean it's already started. Why not kind of max it out. I wish you could see the look on my face and so.
"t. j" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Apparently got himself into a situation that was totally legitimate. But it may have looked really really bad. Oh, no. His name is T. J T. J will get to your embarrassing moment in just a second. But first tell us about the girl You want to call today? What's her name? Hey, guys, So her name is Alicia. Okay, jolly TJ. Where'd you meet to Alicia? I met her on that app. Plenty of fish. All right? Oh, did we say it like that? Why did you choose plenty of fish? T. J Can you tell us is a good question? Yeah, I feel like tinder and some of those other app storm or, like, hook up app. So I'm in a place where I'm looking to meet somebody toe have a relationship with think of plenty of fish fish had enough money to make an app. Amazing. Well, there's plenty of them in all their little boys together. Just Yeah, pull. They were just saying that because plenty of visions kind of known in the dating world is like the very bottom and of the app. If that makes sense, That's actually not what I've heard. And I kind of feel that tinder is kind of the bottom of the barrel. So that's all you got. You got a hot day. It sounds like out of it, right, TJ. Yeah, it was actually very interesting. She had a link and her bio to this YouTube video. And it was like her dancing at a wedding and she had so much energy and it was horrible. It was horrible dancing. Oh, my God. I love you for that. Yeah, we all know somebody. That's just a terrible dancer. But you know what? It's cool that they just own it. Yeah. I mean, people who like really go all out of the ones that you love the most. That's really endearing. I mean, Alexis is in the room, she knows understands that Terry Will dancer Alexis. And if I'm being honest, I'm also a horrible dancer, but I do with enthusiasm. So there you go. That's cute. Having fun. So did you use that as an opening line with her something? Actually did And it was great because it wasn't that typical like hey, what's going on? It was like I'm also a bad dancer. That's what I said. All right. Okay. Obviously that worked out for you. So what'd you guys do for your date, So I took her out to this nice restaurant and dressed up was really excited getting a good deal, and it was a great time, but I'll be honest, I don't Don't go to a lot of nice restaurants. I'm not like how dare you weigh.
"t. j" Discussed on 600 WREC
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"t. j" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"t. j" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And I keep a catalog is truly the definition of white noise this is an honor for you you can turn into a key is next podcasts from guy Ross how the hell do you build this alright DJ here is your last Limerick on airplanes the sound can be questioned when vacuum sucked water is Russian since kids can be scared to use bathrooms made there we have softened the noise of our what flushing right physicists are working to improve the airplane travel but not by making sure your plane doesn't crash now they're trying to make sure the toilet isn't too loud people have been complaining for years about the deafening roar the airplane toilet flushing it terrifies children and masks the other bathroom sounds they do want to hear apparently designing a quieter mechanism that can function at high altitudes has been a challenge but engineers have found a way to cut the noise of the flush by sixteen decibels you just put your fingers in your ears elbows unfortunately they haven't found a way to reduce the sound of the guy in the seat next to you who can't hear himself farting causes headphones are on bill how did PJ do on our quiz are you know very very well T. J. thanks so much to blame the best part.
"t. j" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Number forty five T. J. to rail cornerback WebSphere yes they just get here as they've called in the first two rounds you would imagine coming out of that Clemson program which is just a factory for producing NFL players these days with what dabble sweetie has done there with clients and give me a little bit on AJ what do you like and what are some things that maybe have you with some concerns so it fits into my favorite quarterback prospect category which is strong and long I like guys who are a little bit bigger position and have a good length obviously either kind of common sense how that plays into breaking up passes but I also want to guide me at cornerback and this is something that aged girl is competitive and means meaning coverage and he's a great actor so he's a big strong athletic experiences well rounded corner back which is a lot of places in a row I think the negative he doesn't have an incredible burst or you know rebound quickness to get off the line of scrimmage you can get beat pretty badly in the finance and extremely high profile clients including the national champion game this past year I honestly think the performance against a March eighth one on one in L. as huge Marquita for three touchdowns the national champion game is kind of the thing that it kept him from being in the first round conversation through that you know the last couple months and I don't know that it's totally fair because that he had some really impressive plays and your plane just out third passing offense in that game or complement completely over run I would like to point to one other piece of big game tape from him from the national champion the year before if you remember in the twenty nineteen ninety he that's the tone for Clinton with a pick six I'm not those right up to it hello and it was a beautiful anticipation he jumped that route he was looking to make a play yes the current section and that's the kind of player he is that sometimes you can get the because of this he want to make a play and he's capable against high competition in big game of making high high impact plays and I think you got a look at it I had a comp not the question your follow up here but I think we got a look at a confidence of his teammates came out last year Trayvon Mullen who is regarded in a similar range here in the in the mid forties and I think was a big question mark for me because the same thing I didn't seem overwhelming quickness as a quarterback but you couldn't sell very well in year one with the Oakland Raiders and and working for a starting spot and I think that means very promising things rated curled while you like him clearly his number forty five on your big board you talked about what's holding him back from being a first round pick we know mock drafts are all over the place is there any way that you could see AJ falling to the third round you know what that's a great question probably just because this quarterback class is a little bit tricky it's pretty deep there's some really good players here and a little bit hard to tell their little bit bunched around the second or third round region so I'm gonna say that there is a chance I don't think it's a very good chance because I think two thirds of the league well I've been in the top fifty on their board and if I'm right about that then you definitely will not make it next up.
"t. j" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"First one the twenty seven twenty four he's got one more eighty eight percent fell shooter Tosh thanks to both all goes by four twenty eight twenty four five forty to go in the first that Adams quickly across the timeline hands it off repairs and away from the oddball but top try on sends it into the corner for out of space line drive off the glass lays it in for a basketball one will give you a call off that base line forcing the bill Rison weakside help that time they didn't get the job done levy led by the pilots here's eighty probing the defense kicks it out Mitchell to shot fake on trial and driving right alley to the blocking pal called on the pilots a car collision down low and it's going to go on borders bodies everywhere that is the vehicle that started yet because a lot of attention for the Portland pilots on that move so Mitchell will shoot two free throws eighteen fell but he was in the act T. J. get seventy six percent fellow shooter he's got six points one assist one steal with ten minutes of work strong on the free throw all right I believe so it was a shooting well yeah so okay not.
"t. j" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Two thousand was down the equipping of two hundred and seventy down points the mid caps with down the equivalent four hundred Dow points new yearly lows in the market six hundred and fifty yearly lows we just came off the yearly highs in the industry no really new yearly highs in the market let's see how did Gilead sciences they may have some sort of they're working on some sort of something or other a bunch of bond funds yeah bond fund after bond funds division two homeless then I see a couple of smaller biotechs no thank you at all T. J. maxx new high on their earnings got a mention that one I get all my Scooby doo socks there and one more big biotech Regeneron pharmaceuticals I know I'm done so let me be a little repetitive here we explain to you the facts of of what's going on we try to add one plus one equal to about Hey everybody's getting all these mass that means they're worried and guess what by no coincidence all the travel related stocks the restaurants about people going out all that stuff you would think people would maybe.
"t. j" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Where we are the property in hand lots to talk about tomorrow night Hey coach T. J. otzelberger will join me from Idaho is the Reds and get ready to look for number five in a row on Wednesday night in Boise the job to the Reds taking care of business in a big way over Air Force on Saturday we'll get to that but right now the rebels it even off the record at eight eight now about pricing and what's in the mountain west player of the week average seventeen and a half points per game in those two victories last week cal boys hiring Mike McCarthy as their new head coach we're gonna get into that also the NFL playoffs and I'm with a couple guys of course on this Monday night into fish faint issues here pretty much every Monday he's also hosted sports radio on a bunch you know it's Katie is not being here and he's always here on Monday night fifteen it is good to have you back on Monday night always good to be here love my Monday nights here with the with you in a here at the Venetian blotto and we got the stadium which is absolutely gorgeous and then the noble Parker another big Buffalo Bills fan and we're gonna get into that game we'll start off with that came in just a little bit but no Parker crystal ball great to have you you were telling me there was a fourteen poorly in play last night Lasky was a hockey game and you and I were paying attention to the game was actually for to Anaheim going to the third period Nashville tied it at four and if Nashville would've won what with this gentleman we have one on the fourteenth I was a hundred and forty three thousand he put up as a fourteen or Seattle under second half Illinois in hoops and the Blackhawks I guess the black card game didn't finish they finished while the predators game started a paid I have a little under million nine hundred ninety six thousand would be seven four two predators and then they lose and another was forty two and I'm so that I referred five wow war so there you are backing off and you lose it in a shoot out this kind of brutal at a million dollars issued about fish I'm not feeling sorry for somebody that that a hundred forty three thousand on a fourteen Harley I feel more sorry for you been twenty dollars when you're eighteen poorly thank you very much I appreciate that and he seven out of eight still stings yeah that's a fishing and he was over here and you need one team the Milwaukee Bucks which of course a dynamite team this year and he had the box on the moneyline against San Antonio and I looked at misfit wait a minute San Antonio is going for six weeks in a row Michael why would you just take the seven in San.
"t. j" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Joe his report brought to you this morning by the T. J. Martell foundation we leave the call eight was a rising young rapper before a fatal fifty five bullet counter with Vallejo police you know a lot of us didn't even want to continue doing music you know but no one that the background of Willie in them and that motivation and over us and we can live in and then he wanted to keep in our music out and keep pushing I'm Brian what a family grieves and keeps pushing for answers coming up on KQED is morning edition it's a had a twenty two it's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king in Washington DC I'm Steve Inskeep in Tehran and I'm David green at NPR west in Culver city California we are hosting the program across continents today which gives us perspective to cover a major global story the United States is working to increase its pressure on Iran secretary of state Mike Pompeii went to United Nations yesterday and accused Iran of quote extortion diplomacy pump hill called on skeptical world leaders to act the US of course dropped out of a nuclear agreement last year and impose sanctions on Iran is pressing Iran to change its involvement in countries from Syria to Yemen so how do those sanctions affect Iran's behavior and also its people Steve is in Iran's capital to find out this week and Steve I guess to start by giving me the big picture what what was it like to rise and has a few on the streets well it's a big city that is still vibrant it's a modern city lots of glass buildings lots of traffic on the streets some new businesses sometimes trendy coffee shops and so forth but you feel the pressure once you sit down to coffee and talk with people there is massive inflation here food prices are way up and frankly many parts of the economy just don't seem to make sense and is that hitting everyone is everyone suffering from no not at all because in the more affluent parts of this gigantic city millions of people here the well off have clearly protected themselves and you can see it because there's a real estate boom there a lot of construction cranes and ongoing projects so parts economy doing pretty well conoce even say the second quarter here in Iran was not so bad yet many people are struggling and frustrated and that has triggered a big debate here about what's wrong and what to do or focusing on on one part of that debate this morning and it's about a running access to medicine Iran's foreign minister has said that the the US is cutting off access to cancer drugs is that really true this is an explosive accusation David it's potentially so damaging the Brian hook of the U. S. state department even released a video to call it a myth.
"t. j" Discussed on WJR 760
"Everybody closing moments here with T. J. Lang lines that's a place still out in the field patriots still out in the field so went when practice ended were you a get off the field guy were you a let me figure out a couple extra things I can do guy in the last couple years those kind of get off the field if you you know and obviously there's a lot of things that you can work and after practice I was always more of a guy that you know I I had to see the film when I go in and I watch the film and write this in you watch you know you I was like Herman talked about earlier when you know when your your biggest critic and you know you know what what what you did wrong before coach even as to tell you I was always that kind of guy too but when I saw it on film as a visual learner so I've seen on film let's go to the you know the the the post meeting walkthrough usually at night try to work on some things there and then but you have to practice and you're out here for three hours and minutes it's nice to go maybe talk to a few guys or maybe if your family's out to go say hi sure there's there's always gonna be time to go back to work I think I was that type of guy early on in my career later I got though was still water gets much for people that haven't lived this life practice now ends these guys got out here about eight forty five nine o'clock in the morning practice sense what's the rest of your day look like you know I'd say from here they probably go straight to lunch I think if you've got some you know some sort of issue going on maybe your your re happened something you'd be probably go right and take a shower get the training room do a little too little work with the trainers get some lunch I know a lot of got you know they'll probably start meetings up here again it probably close to two o'clock so you get a little bit of a decent break and then from there it's pretty much meetings meetings meetings meetings meetings the rest of the night until probably eight or nine o'clock that's really where that's a majority the learning and you you go in there you watch the film is an offense you break into a group with us so you go watch with the offense of line so you can get more coaching from your position coach then usually probably end the night with a walk through and install whatever place you're gonna run tomorrow now that it's game week you probably starts its install more of a of a game plan of the place they're they're they're they're gonna be running on a on Thursday coaches talk about part of their success stemming from how we meet yeah and what we do in meetings and and I think sometimes people here that they don't necessarily understand what it means or just flies under the radar what does that mean well I think what it means is you have very limited time where you're able to make the corrections and also make sure you get the get the group ready to go tomorrow I think that's the biggest thing especially as a young guy I think the quickest way out of the out of the building is if you're making repeated mistakes and if you just don't know the playbook you know in in and it's not like it was ten years ago where you could meet until eleven twelve o'clock at night and write got an hour here an hour there and you only have so much time to make sure you hammer point home to the team or maybe to individual about something that needs to be corrected for tomorrow's practice so as a player you get you you got to make sure you're you're dialed into that you got to make sure okay I made maybe I made a mistake today I got a study so I don't make that same mistake tomorrow because that's that's one of the quickest ways out of the door did you know that value coming into the league could you kind of learn the value I mean it would seem maybe coming in I know you and you do a lot of it in college with maybe coming in you think man this is so much about what I do on the field and then you learn that the again we'll go back to that the cerebral part of the game in the things that you do off the field are equally as important yeah I think it as a young guy you definitely have to re learn how to me because all of the listen everybody on this field right now is was it was a star you know their fourth year in college they were probably guys who knew the playbook they knew what they were doing maybe kind of zone out a little bit you get back to the NFL you have to kind of re teach yourself how to you know be be a just educate yourself on how to do it again and it's something that I think is a major key it's it's obviously something as a young guy I think it really depends you kind of depends on what kind of group you go into that a veteran group can you watch those guys can you learn from those guys I was lucky enough to have a very veteran group when I was a rookie in this league that you learn how to take notes you learn how to ask questions that goes a long way take a break come right back we do get an old friend Mike this is going to join us on the the tall 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"t. j" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
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"t. j" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"t. j" Discussed on KNST AM 790
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"t. j" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"t. j" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"He was trying to fill the exact same punch. So we kind of steps into them, and then has these super wide hooks which is just not as mechanically efficient as what T J dillashaw does. I think also anytime Cody Garbrandt was having these extended stays in the pocket. He was having trouble. If he could push through in the pocket, you can have multiple strikes if he wants to launch a one two in the pocket, or you know, whatever three two or any of those like a to punch combination. He didn't have much of a problem. But it when he went anytime, you get past that in your kind of static and space, his his hand speed and his officiant mechanics just gave him the advantage to get to that spot quicker. It's not I mean, there might be a more complication factors in that. Someone is a striking Gojko probably point out some things I'm missing. But that seems to be the. Gist of it is not a whole lot to it. But there are some lessons to infer from this one notice that dillashaw when he came in the first time he sets the angle, and then blocks up stops upside here, and then doesn't come with the jab. He comes with the power shot over here. And look how far away he is. When the punch I would argue that this punch TJ's is closer to cody's than cody's as TJ's, which is sort of the lesson here. He gets jammed and space there with a nice shot. But it doesn't matter because as they pop up look look happens as they pop up. They're going to go down. And then as they pop up, boom, it's just it's just a mechanically efficient shot, and he puts them down here. So this time lessons to infer from this one again, these extended stays in the pocket, not leading.
"t. j" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
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