33 Burst results for "Tacoma Washington"
"tacoma washington" Discussed on KOMO
"Michael. Thanks Matt. With the governor out of the state, Idaho's lieutenant governor has issued an executive order banning mask mandates in schools and public buildings. Republican Lieutenant Governor Janet McGeechan has been acting governor while Governor Brad Little was at the Republican Governors Association conference in Nashville. He was expected to return last night. McGeechan, by the way, is running for little's job as governor. Three Tacoma, Washington Police officers have been charged in the death of Manuel Ellis, a black man who pleaded for breath under an officer's knee. Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson charged officers Christopher Burbank and Matthew Collins, who are both white with second degree murder after witnesses reported that they attacked Ellis without provocation. Committee ranking who is Asian, faces a charge of first degree manslaughter. He is accused of kneeling analysis back and shoulder as he died from a lack of oxygen. All three were in custody by last night and are scheduled to be arraigned today. Doesn't companies and others are working with the White House to invest in three Central American nations. Part of the administration's plans to ease illegal migration to McGuire has more Vice president Kamila Harris announces a new program designed to boost investment in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador. Three Central American nations that have seen many of their citizens migrate north to the United States. Harris says private companies such as Microsoft and MasterCard are crucial to the effort to improve the local economies. Private business sector have a very significant role to play as we all know, in creating jobs and promoting economic opportunity. And in long term development. The Biden administration backs is $7 billion proposal to help address the poverty and violence that propels people to flee their home countries. Harris plans to visit Guatemala and Mexico early next month. Tim McGuire. Washington On Wall Street stock futures rose in the early morning trading with optimism over the economic recovery growing following strong labor market data 18.5 minutes past the hour now on first light as the Bucks blow by Miami again. But Workman's got that for us Robert Michael NBA playoffs On Thursday, The Bucks blew out the heat won 13 84 to take a three Oh, seriously. Miami's three worst loss margins this year have all been against Milwaukee, two of them in this serious which could be over on Saturday, Lakers blocked out the Sun's 109 95 4 to 1 lead. 34 points for Anthony Davis Nuggets got by the Blazers 1 21 15 to get their first lead of the Syriza to one NHL playoffs. Hurricanes rally from down 31 to beat the Predators, 43 and over time to win that series in six games. Carolina gets defending Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay in the next round in the north, The Canadian stay alive with a 43 overtime win over the Maple Leafs. Nick Suzuki want it less than a minute into OT. Baseball Indians tamed the Tigers five to Shane Bieber allowed just one hit and struck out a dozen in seven innings. A blank the Angels five. I think Mariners shut out the Rangers five, I think reflection and the muscles tossed a six seater range rip the Royals 72. Really took the Marlins. 32 Brewers Trip The Padres 65 in 10 innings, Jackie Bradley Jr had the walk off it. Cardinal Sniff the Diamondbacks 54 in 10. Yadier Molina's third hit of the night was an R B I double to win it. White Sox like the Orioles 51 year, Me Mercedes with a homer and three R B I. Baltimore's losing streak reaches 10 Dodgers over the Giants for three and a home run Derby. All of the runs coming via doctor Long ball. Max Muncy had the winning prescription Cubs top. The Pirates 53, Kris Bryant and Patrick Wisdom went deep and Chicago scored twice in the third inning. Thanks to one of those plays that you see 1000 times, and they never worked. But this one Did it's worth looking up on YouTube. Red's and national split to Washington took the suspended game from Wednesday. 53. Cincinnati took the nightcap three Nothing. Blue Jays and Yankees went Dutch Toronto took the first came to nothing behind Haligman Noah. The rookie allowed just two hits in his major league debut. Yankees came back in the night cap 53 and the Mets went. The Rockies won Nothing and four to Marcus Stroman held them to three hits in the opener. Jose Peraza went deep. Then Peraza singled in the go ahead run in the second game Soccer on Saturday. We'll see the UFO Champions League title game between English Premier League powers Manchester City and chill See they split two games in league play this season and the Blues legend citizens in the F A Cup semi final three weeks ago. Then racing on Sunday, the Indianapolis 500 reduced capacity sellout crowd of 135,000 expected still the largest turnout for a sporting event since the code without break. Scott Dixon starts from the pole for the fourth time that evening. It's the 600 Mile NASCAR race from Charlotte. That's Friday. Sports. All right. Very good, Robert. We are now coming up on 21. Minutes past the hour. Kevin cars here Michael along awaited sequel is quietly hitting theaters this weekend. Let's talk about it when first light continues. Sounds more like we should be whispering. Back in two minutes. Research.
How Katherine Raz Developed 'The Fernseed'
"Welcome back to the slow lovers. Podcasts with deborah printing at. I'm so excited today to introduce catherine razz owner of the fern seed in tacoma washington. She's a slow flowers member. We've never met in person. We're doing this over resume. But we're kind of neighbors so it's so great to see on the screen to look if you kathryn. Thanks for having a really appreciate it. Oh you bet catherine I love the name of your business. You've been on my radar. Because i started following you immediately after the joint slow flowers but before we get started. Can you describe the name like what is the influence of that name. It says plants with gardening and growing. But it's not super obvious. It's a great name. Yeah thank you. The name is scandinavian legend. Or there's like a north legend or early english or something A myth about essentially like the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow if somebody finds a fern see because we all know that ferns spawn from spores not seeds. Sometimes we'll get people coming in and explaining that to us any ladies. Did you know But the idea is that if you find the seat of a fern on the summer solstice you can achieve invisibility Lower and so then. I also really liked it because I have a background in marketing and specifically search engine optimization and It was a it was a word that was easily. Google lable like we could be a worthy number one ranking term and google for the fern seed so i picked it also for that reason. Oh it does. It does have a little bit of a mythology kind of storybook vibe that you describe it because this'll related to the solstice. Do you do anything. Special on the summer solstice in which is usually what june twenty-first. Yeah well we try to last year but of course we were just reopening post covid and we were like well. We can't really have an event but this year we are. We're going to do sort of like a midsummer you know the film summer we wanted to do. Kind of like a midsummer maget with flowers and do some floral crowns and some really fun stuff around the love. That is so. It's so apropos. A love that.
Former Tacoma Mayor Rep. Marilyn Strickland on expanding economic opportunities for women, people of color
"Democrat Maryland. Strickland is the first member of Congress of both Korean and African American hair. Image. The former mayor of Tacoma, Washington, has fought to expand areas of economic opportunity, such as federally funded programs like apprenticeships in a country where nearly half the labor market is made up of women. And a quarter are people of color are training programs must include the full diversity of our nation. I Mitchell Miller. I'm Rob
Video shows Tacoma officer drive into crowd, injuring at least 1
"An investigation has been launched in tacoma washington after video posted online shows a police cruiser striking a group of pedestrians. Wosner saying they were getting calls for possibility of street racing. They say there were folks doing doughnuts around the area but now what officers are saying is a crowd of people circled around one of the cop cars who were telling folks to get out of the area reporter. Aj janna vel with fox. Q thirteen news. Two people were reportedly taken to the hospital. One of them is said to have been released. The police department has turned the over to the pierce county force investigation
Tacoma, Washington officer drives into crowd
"A Tacoma, Washington police officer is on leave after ramming his car through a crowd of pedestrians during an investigation of street racing social media videos showing go to call the police officer power through a crowd of people No one dying at the scene. At least one person was run over that man still in the hospital. The police Department says the officer feared for his safety, adding that while trying to extricate himself from an unsafe position So Ford then stopped and called for medical aid, ABC Zell When Lopez police say a second individual was treated at a hospital and released
Video shows Tacoma, Washington, officer driving into crowd
"Of a crowd gathered for a so called Khar sideshow appears to show a Tacoma police officer running over at least one person is the officer tried to escape from the crowd. You all the police are leading the investigation, And they say two people were taken to the hospital with injuries, they say are not life threatening Call most Cole Miller has more Saturday night sideshow in downtown Tacoma. And when a police officer shows up that crowd moving moving in, in, and and the the cop cop backing backing up up a a massive massive police police response response soon soon followed, followed, all all right right through through them them full full force. force. Junior Junior Ruiz Ruiz was was heading heading back back home home when when he he stumbled stumbled upon it. Watching it play out here like a pretty big I want to see like a group of 20 people in a release. Tacoma Police say that officer was fearing for his safety. And while trying to extricate himself from an unsafe position, he drove forward and then called for medical aid, the interim chief saying, quote, I am deeply concerned that our department is experiencing another use of deadly force incident. I send my thoughts to anyone injured have been reaching out to become a police try to get some clarification as to what the interim chief meant in that statement, saying that he's disappointed that there's been another use of deadly force incident will continue to push for those answers. Whole. Miller come on News. The
Person injured after police car drives through crowd at race in Washington State
"Police car hit and injured one person after plowing through a crowd of pedestrians watching a downtown street race in Tacoma, Washington last night. I was shocked. I was shaking. I was confused. I was scared. This officer just ran this group of people over and then fled the scene. This is CBS News.
Census Workers Going Door-To-Door
"U. S Census Bureau is sending workers into more areas of the country. NPR's Hansi Lo Wang says they'll be knocking on doors of households that did not complete a 2020 census form either online by mail or over the phone. Roughly four out of 10 households nationwide have not yet participated in a constitutionally mandated headcount. Masked workers from the Census Bureau are heading out to neighborhoods in eastern Connecticut, southern Indiana, Bosa Kansas, Central, Pennsylvania and Northern Virginia, plus in and around Tacoma, Washington. Results of the count help determined amount of federal tax dollars each community gets for Medicare, Medicaid and other public services. Door knocking is set to start nationwide on August 11th But some census advocates are worried the Corona virus outbreaks could stop door knockers from making in person visits. That could result in major undercounts and affect federal funding and local representation over the next decade Long
Tacoma mayor says officer involved in man's death must be prosecuted
"The mayor of Tacoma Washington has ordered that four police officers there be fired for a fatal incident in March they were restraining Manuel L. as a black man who died while being arrested the local medical examiner has ruled Ellis's death a
"I'm Eric. Marcus out of the closet and into your podcast feeds once again speaking to you from my guest room closet revisiting the making gay history archive as a coping mechanism in the Cova crisis. I hope these trips to the archive. Help you a little. They helped me a lot here on West Twentieth Street. In New York City. Things have been slowly opening up the Jihad place on the corner. The French pastry shop across the street and soon our favorite restaurant down the block but normal not even close noisy traffic and streams of chattering tourists on the way to the high line park have been replaced by chattering. Birds Looking for mates or just hanging out the city that never sleeps is a surprisingly sleepy place to live at least in my neighborhood where many people have fled to second homes or other parts of the country so this is the Tenth Week that my partner. Barney and I have been sheltering in place here in the US at least nine hundred thousand or dead more than a million and a half infected along with a cold statistics. There's been much discussion about how this pandemic is the great equalizer that no matter who you or the size of your bank account. You're not protected from this virus. It's true that viruses don't discriminate but our society does and this virus has cast in stark terms how systemic inequality the termines. How likely you are to get sick and if you get sick how likely you are to die and that brings me to Perry Watkins. Another of the many people I interviewed who is just trying to live his life when fate and in Perry's case racism cast him in a very different role one that could easily have landed him. Six feet under Perry Watkins was Nineteen Year Old American college student living in Germany and studying dance when his draft number was called. It was thousand nine sixty eight. The war in Vietnam was at its peak. But Harry figure that after a quick trip to the army's induction center in Tacoma Washington he'd be back in Europe doing what he loved. He thought he had nothing to worry about. Because the military didn't want homosexuals and Perry made no secret of the fact he was gay in life or on the army's intake form that he had to fill out turns out he plenty to worry about. So here's the scene. It was mid November nineteen eighty nine and I was sitting in Perez semi dark living room in Tacoma Washington. It was too cold to take my coat off. Perry was bundled up to and explained that he couldn't afford to heat. The House. Perry was a handsome man with close cropped. Hair a beard and abroad smile. His every gesture offered a glimpse into his past as both dancer and a drag performer. I Clinton microphone to Perry's jacket and press record interview with Perry Watkins Sunday. November nineteenth nineteen thousand nine five thirty PM at the home of Perry Watkins in Tacoma Washington. Interviewer is Eric. Marcus tape one side one. I want to go back in history. How's that we're working our way back? Honey asks granted good very this is this is. This is kind of interview. I love talking to a lot of people the most torture to me is. When I ask a question you know. You don't think I'm going to get those kinds of answers okay Did you know you wanted to work in the military? I didn't want to check the box because I wanted to go in the military. You didn't weren't you know that's why I checked the box? If I wasn't planning to go into the most I check the box. Yes and I was drafted anyway. You check the box. That said homosexuality. Would you like to see a copy of the former leave you? I think you checked with the sexual. Yes you were drafted. Yes would you you draft nineteen sixty eight Vietnam War. Good thinking I would school yes. I'm not that Oh so we shopped. Yes what's absolutely? How did someone tell me the chronology of this you you you wit? You've got your shit. There's this thing to look everybody's as what you didn't realize that most people don't realize I was not trying to go into the military. That's why I told them I was. That's why I find it absolutely ludicrous. That the army is in court saying we don't want this man. Well why the Hell did you take me right so you you know? Excuse me and why am I the one that is being accused of being at fault? It is amazing but no I check the block yes. They sent me into a psychiatrist. Who said to me baited me? It was funny and I knew what he was doing. He came in and he says why. Did you check the blocks and I went because you asked me to fill the format honestly well. Did you object to going in the military? No I didn't want to go in the military whom did right but I certainly had no objection to serving my country. You used to be owns extremely so who I really check. The box was because I thought if I go into the military. I'm not going to hide the fact that I'm good. I know myself well enough to know that so when I get thrown out mom will be angry if I lie. That was why I checked the box. When I put out my mom will be more angry with me for lying that. Why didn't I just tell the Damn truth to begin with so then he said well what you like to do. I said well the same thing you know anyone who was gay likes to do Orlando Sex. Whatever no I mean specifically put this psychiatrist I looked him and said you mean to tell me your license okay. Because you don't what a homosexual does I? He got angry with me. I WanNa know what you like to do. So he made me tell him that I liked and get fucked in the ASS specifically then he turns around and says. Do you ever date women now. Stop and think about that. Do you think this is a man who's just made me say I like to Suck Dick. You're not gonNA ask me. Do I ever sleep with women. Do I ever have sexual intercourse limited over Fuck Women? You know you're going say. Do you ever date women. Well now. What clean do you know who doesn't who said yes? His finding was that I was homosexual but qualified for military service now according to the regulation and this is what I find it amusing because the army's always shooting about our regulations says homosexual can't be in the military you're right you're regulation required. That man make a determination that if I was suitable for military service that I was lying that I am not homosexual. The only way you can put someone in the military who check that box. Yes Sadr isn't Adrian. I'm draft walk into the draft board DOT com. Oh walked up. The steps and three guys looked up that I'd gone high school with from the time that I was in junior high school. I told people that was good. Why I had this relationship with the young man that told someone in my mechanical drawing class and I walked in and he told them
Do Animals Get Married?
"On this. Podcast we take questions from curious. Curious kids just like you all over the world and we find answers this week. We're answering questions about how other animals think and feel oh and behave and how those thoughts and feelings and behaviors are the same or different from humans to help guide us through your questions is Alissa asset airy. She's a graduate student at a place called Yale University but she doesn't spend all her time in a classroom or even in a research lab for my job August. I study animal behaviour and I specifically I just study monkey behavior site. Go out into an island. All the monkeys live and I watch chunkys behave and interact with each other and try to make connections about how those monkeys interact with each other with how humans interact with each each other to think more about how monkeys about the world. What parts of how humans think about the world are shared with? How lucky about the world doesn't that sound cool? And we thought her background would make her a perfect guest for today's show. Not only that. But Eliza says she's really passionate about making sure kids in particular no they can do the kind of job. I'm she does because she had no idea. This was even a possibility when she was your age. When I was a little kid I loved animals so so much and bless my mom? She just let me have everything in house like. Just let me bring any animal She is definitely a huge part. Definitely Fed got into my obsession with animals. Learning about animals like So I had all sorts of bugs and anything that I could catch outside in the house and it wasn't until I was a sophomore in college. I learned that people study in behavior for a living their whole job. That's now that's my whole job and I think if I could've told my childhood self I would have been so stoked. Okay here's the first question. Analysts is going to tackle high nine names Giddy. I live in Tacoma Washington announced five years old and my question is do any kind of animal get married a lot of people. Ask Me Discussion when I'm working especially because I work with some of our closest living relatives which ktar monkeys and People WanNa know like to the monkeys have relationship serve. They have anything that looks like marriage. When you think about what marriages it's it's kind of an agreement between two people who that they're going to raise their kids together and they're gonNA spend their life together And I think we do see some aspects of these things in other animals so there's a lot of ritual in or like doing different sorts of Behaviors ears and when you're trying to like core someone So there's like dancing and you gift giving and we do see that in some types of animals. I'M GONNA Pause Elissa for a second in here when she says there are a lot of rituals in how animals decide to pair up. Do you understand why that might be a similar thing to human marriage. A ritual is a set of actions or activities that people do the same way in a certain type of situation so when people get married they often follow rituals or traditions in their marriage ceremonies. Now there are all different kinds of marriages but sometimes for example. There's a first dance at a wedding where two people getting married danced to a song they've picked out that's meaningful to them or maybe a bride has her hands and feet painted an intricate intricate designs with Hannah before her wedding in some weddings one or both members of a couple might stop on and break glass other times a couple jumps over. A broom is part of their ceremony. There are tons of different customs or traditions that people like to follow or not follow when they get married. But let's get back to non human human animals Elissa is noting than in many cases. Different animals have rituals that they perform like one or both of the animals who want to get together engage in dancing for each other or one animal brings gifts to another animal. That's not marriage but it is a way that the two animals pair up and decide to get together and have this sort of communication about what their relationship is going to be and like with humans. There are a lot of different decisions. They go into two animals deciding whether or not to get together In terms of marriage the agreement to spend your life with someone. I think we do see that. A lot of animals. Also the term in animal behaviour it's called monogamy which means to share the same space over some period of time and for some species. This will mean gene they live together. Arrays babies together just for like one year or one season but there are some species of animals that live in pairs for their whole life. We see this most commonly in birds some birds you might recognize for instance some species of penguins like the Emperor Penguin they are thought to mate for life. I I spend their whole life with just one other individual and then there are some other birds. Say Even I had to look up to. There's a bird called the hornbill that meets her life. The Albatross is another bird that meets relief pretty uncommon and Infineon's and reptiles like snakes and Salamanders and lizards although it happens happens occasionally or fish. We don't really see it in fish that often either and then in mammals. It's pretty rare to so humans are mammals but also monkeys McKie's dogs cats horses and we see it in one species of monkeys. They think that the monkey is monogamous for their whole life again monogamy means. He's a pair or a couple that stays together and in many animals. It means that they have babies together. But don't make or try to have babies with any other the animal sometimes that just means for one season or one year and in some animals they share a partnership for their whole adult life or for many many many seasons or years. I think that's most similar to how people think of human marriage or partnerships. They often last for a very long time right more even a lifetime but not always human marriage is a very complicated thing and you should talk to the adults in your life about the values that your family holds around marriage. Marriage is often about love but the actual act of marriage is a contract a legal or a religious document that two to people entering a marriage sign agree to and certain rights and privileges go along with that document. The government is sometimes involved. If you have a religion login and you follow that religion sometimes religion is also involved. So it's pretty clear that other than humans. No animals signed documents and have have actual official marriages so the literal answer to duties. Question is no animals. Don't get married but marriage isn't isn't the only way to love someone or to form a partnership so another way we could ask about non human animals and how they pair up is do animals love each other in terms of love it gets tricky because you break it down to something very boring and biological and not very like loving at all. This is true when you speak to someone who studies like what you would call love in humans to because one way scientists study what love is is by looking at human membranes and the changes in our brains and our bodies when we say we're feeling love so we don't actually know for sure whether animals feel. I love the same way. Humans do for one thing. Animals can't talk to us to tell us. And there are so many variations of love love for your family love for for your friend love for a romantic partner or someone you might want to marry or have children with love for your favorite hotdog. I'm joking that isn't really love or is it but also what you think of as love and what I think of as love might be totally different in our brains means so scientists have to use research to make an educated guess a hypothesis about what animals might be feeling so they study things. It's like brain activity. What kinds of hormones are chemicals in your brain and body change when animals or you do different activities or think different thoughts and and they studied those kinds of changes in animals to try to interpret things like could an animal feel love or feel different emotions? There are many animals that get a surge surge of a hormone called oxytocin sometimes called the love hormone or the love chemical when the animals are doing something like cuddling or playing and we certainly we have examples of animals doing things that look to us like love caring for their babies forming partnerships that looked like friendships. Maybe feeling very very sad when another animal they've been with dies or goes away now. It varies from species to species. I don't think anyone has done experiments to see if slugs slugs feel love but people have spent a lot of time trying to figure out if elephants love their babies and if dogs love US and again and while we can't say for certain that they do feel love we know that for some animals their brain chemical signal that they're feeling something and that that something looks similar to the brain changes in humans who are feeling love so I guess the best we could say is maybe animals feel love. Probably they feel something that feels like closeness or connection to each other.
"tacoma washington" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"A freshman from Tacoma Washington and then to round out the starting five it's rock fans tune a junior from pine island Tigers in the home whites blacks don't roast room with orange they win the opening tip and they bring in frontcourt so the Tigers have it first right inside the trip around **** lay up short rebound community the dance get a stop with their first defensive chance and you accept our front court Dodge left to right in the traveling green hand off to yeah along the right front court don's guided by Todd golden in your number one Damon Stoudamire the fourth year head coach of the Tigers former NBA star bounce download a lawless any the basket five dispute ball knocked loose and stolen picked up by rock roll Rockwell drives the right side goes to the baseline and brings it back outside right front court over the fence do back Rockwell a minute got by no score Tigers to NO Dodge one into well running floater way short rebound tipped around pulled down put back up by McRae no good about now McRae Jim the big body inside six nine goes about two fifty to sixty he's going to be allowed in there yeah I was gonna say six nine is fine but he's just as wide he's a huge body and there is a tank so yeah I look gimbal was really got to put his body on him to keep him off the glass you know Pat the UP leads the league in field goal the scoring and feel gold the shooting percentage defensively so you know you assess gonna have to really work hard to to get those good percentage shots if they founded Santa Clara game because this the Pacific game Pacific will not give up easy easy looks McRae just a fifty four percent bow shooter first one went up in in second one is no good would not have mattered anyway because trip was guilty of a lane violation so he was not.
"tacoma washington" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"McNamara go to Sean in Tacoma Washington Sean you're on right I radio welcome to the show hi Sean Robert and I had a good morning guys I was listening to all this coverage and everybody talking about what kind of guns would get out and how we go about taking guns away from people we think might have you know I've a notion or something and it just seems like we do you really need to get back to cultivating an atmosphere and environment where people stay alert they will they watch environment but based they also take personal responsibility for their own self defense this idea that we have a a state you know government our city government that has police and they'll keep us all safe is are a farce and it's a it's a false sense of security that people go out and they just bigger they got the right to walk around and feel safe and not have to worry that something could be dangerous going on out there well remember and did a lot I used to the idea of self defense but remember a lot of these areas there gun free zones there you have done you'll have all debated in and I was free hearted grown you you have no you have no choice if you're going to be there right you know and and so and and a lot of these cases look I know it with it's great to say people should be more aware of their surroundings but everybody gets comfortable because everybody in their life these are such rare occurrences that too yeah the it's just human nature that you become accustomed to the security that we have and so everybody when these things happen is almost caught off guard yeah I almost feel sometimes that especially someone's with me my head is always on the swivel about eight it's just it's just that way and it's it's naturally been that way for pretty much all my adult life I'm not paranoid but I I am aware to yes I'm right with you on that but I think of the couple in el Paso that was shopping for school supplies at a Walmart on a Saturday with her baby I can't think of a more mundane situation where I'm sorry that's just not going to be the day where your head is on a swivel when you've got an exit plan and you've got this or that and I I understand what the caller saying but that's not reality people in a free society don't live that way based not walking through a dark alley way it is not where your senses at that point would be heightened right or or a place that's unfamiliar right so aids it is not a you know it's just not reality for people the date if if you've ever been a parent you know well first of all you are with that kids are with the kids you're you're thinking about other things that's kind of where I I picked up that that swivel movies because I'm with the kids but you're also going through there's a million thoughts.
Tacoma Washington, Northwest Detention Center And William discussed on The Retirement Factory with Euclid Financial
"Police say a man armed with a rifle through incendiary devices and immigration jail in Tacoma Washington and after officers arrived in open fire the man was found dead cool with the to call the police department says four officers arrived at the northwest detention center early Saturday morning a call came in from an employee saying a man was throwing firebombs at the detention center cool says the suspect managed to set a car on fire officers arrived and located him shots were fired they lost sight of him and they retreated they were able to locate him and when they did it was determined that he was just seems to medical examiner's office says the suspect is sixty nine year old William fonts Bronson Vash on island the cause of death is multiple
Washington, Tacoma And Willem Vans Bronson discussed on Dave Plier
"A friend of the man who authorities say died after throwing explosive devices and immigration jail in Tacoma Washington says that she thinks he wanted to provoke a fatal conflict Willem vans Bronson is described as an anarchist and anti fascist by his
Tacoma Washington discussed on Kim Komando
"Protests ahead of tomorrow's immigration rates across the country a man fatally shot by police outside a private immigration detention facility in Tacoma Washington officers say that man was armed and tried to set the building on fire with flares and incendiary
"tacoma washington" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Take it Merv from Tacoma Washington's question, if you're just joining us, he's asking us about a variable annuity stuck with his variable annuity wants to leave the variable annuity company, but he found out that he's got a big sales charge. If he leaves the company wants to know, can I just manage this myself can leave the money in the annuity. So let's break this down a little bit. Variable annuities, a an insurance contract first of all that you can invest in investment mutual fund like. Investments? So when he says that he's in ultra conservative funds in the annuity. He can probably change that. Sure. Yeah. I would say most very variable annuity contracts have they have from conservative too aggressive. Almost like a 4._0._1._K plan of choices. I've seen fifty different stupid choices in the right? Right. Right. So I'm guessing this what happened to Merv. I don't know Merv, but he's looking for options. But I think you have to start with the education piece. I all right. Why did he go into the variable annuity to begin with? And what a variable annuity contract. Does it can allow for some guarantees? So maybe was thinking, hey, this this market is pretty high maybe wanna be a little bit more conservative. And I want some guarantees that could be one reason. So if if Merv were to pass away, there would be maybe a guarantee of principal and his passing would go to this beneficiaries. There could be like a guaranteed income benefit writer within the variable annuity contract. So maybe that's why he purchased it. Maybe the insurance agent or the adviser wanted to generate a large commission, and maybe that's why he bought it. I'm not sure wasn't there. Right. So the question is Kenny get onto the thing. Sure. You can get out of it. But he's a got this big sales charge. If I were to look at the sales charge. I bet you would be better off to take it out rip the band aid to get out of the product. If he truly wants to get onto the product because the internal fees are probably probably breaks even in a year and a half. Yeah. Probably. So so other words, the internal charges. Let's just say there are three percent, for example, hypothetically, and let's just say it's a five percent surrender. Right. So in in less than two years you've made up those fees anyway. So do you want to hold onto the product for five years and pay three percent a year for the next five years? Yes, that's fifteen over that. Or would you rather just pay the five and get out of it? And I go to vanguard in by a no-load mutual low-cost. Yeah. You you tell me. So the answer's yes, he can get out of this Merv. Yes. You can get out of it. You will have to pay that surrender charge. But it might be cheaper in the long term, depending on what your alternative is. You don't get out of the annuity contract, the surrender charge and then get into another high cost product, right? That would be very bad. So you don't want to do that. If you don't wanna pay the surrender charge, can you manage it? Yeah. But you're still paying your adviser. He's still getting paid on that thing. So you can you could do a ten thirty five exchange into a low cost to nudity, but you would still have to pay the surrender charge to get out of it. So that doesn't make any sense you could distribute ten percent per year. Yes. Very good point without paying penalty. So in other words, if you got three years to go you do ten percent this year ten percent next year. Ten percent the following year. And then you've got thirty percent out. And then you then you surrender to that point. So if if. Looking if you're looking at apples to apples versus a variable annuity versus a mutual fund portfolio. There's no reason to go into a variable annuity, in my opinion, if you're just looking for the investment options, right because it's it's there's there's there's higher costs involved because of the guarantees involved within the annuity contract and to be fair. You're getting something for this fees. Sure. Yeah. I mean, you're getting downside protection. And things like that. Depends depends on the variable annuity contract. I don't know if he's getting downside protection. Maybe if he dies then that guarantee will come share there could be a benefit for income. So if he doesn't want to worry about it, and he's fine with a lower rate of return and says Iran insurance company, I want a guaranteed income for the rest of my life. I'm going to turn this thing on into Allston it spits on income forum. Well, you know, that's a benefit. Does it make sense? I within a vacuum. It's very very hard to tell. L, and I are not. A huge proponents of this strategy of using a variable annuity, we feel that they're fairly high high-cost in in the benefits don't outweigh the fees. Well, and I think can we say as fee only advisers that we don't ever get paid on a commission most family advisors do not recommend variable annuities. Well, I disagree with that. Because you have clients there's we probably manage twenty million dollars variable annuities. Okay. But that wasn't our recommendation. It was too it was and why would it be a recommendation because they were non-qualified variable annuities that were in a very high fee contract to get out of them. They would have to pay a ton of tax rate. To a no cost no load. No commission. Very well. I agree with that. But we weren't the first ones that says here take this chunk of money, and we have not done that. Just to be clear got it. But just to be honest and transparent. We do have. But they're a very low cost option. Yeah. What is it America's two hundred bucks a year? Yeah. I don't know. But it's slow something like that. All right. So there is that pretty good on the variable annuity did we answer that beat that thing to death. All right moham- from Los Angeles LA. So we got like two minutes. Six we got two minutes for this one. All right. Well, let me see how about this one Arthur from San Diego looks a little bit. Should my wife? Keep her annuity from a previous job or converted to an IRA account. That's easy enough. My wife just learned she has an annuity from a company she worked for over twenty years ago. She'll be eligible to withdraw the funds in a couple of months, a friend told her that she should roll it into an IRA because there would be no penalties and she could withdraw the funds from an IRA also without penalties. Should she keep it in a nuclear convert it to an IRA? Well, again, I think people get the the shell and the investment a little confused, right? She's got a 4._0._1._K inside the 4._0._1._K. That's an annuity. Right. So, but that's telling us, maybe it's a TSA my wife heart-to-heart, a now my wife just learned she has an annuity from a company she worked for for twenty years. I'm guessing maybe it was like a tax sheltered annuity. It could be a profit sharing plan something like that. Payout or she could take the lump sum. I don't know. But let's just say it's a retirement account through an employer in the employer. Chose an annuity as the investment option for the plan. Okay. All right. All right. So the advice, or what Arthur's asking us is that should she keep it in that particular plan or should she roll it into an IRA, right? Well, what are you going to invest in the IRA? Arthur if it's going to be another annuity, don't do it. Right. If it's going to be stocks bonds mutual funds CV's goes back to murph's question. It it. It depends on a lot of things, but one is is there surrender. I mean, maybe you don't want an if there wasn't surrender. Yeah. She bought it twenty years ago. I think she could get out of it in eight years. Well, we were making a million assumptions here. But yeah, you're right. So so it may just be a profit sharing account. I I don't know. I have no idea. But but the thing is the IRA you probably had more investment choices. But if it depends, whether they're surrendered charges depends upon the particulars of the annuity, Arthur, gopher, squirrel. The thing into an there you go. All right. We're gonna take another break shows called your money..
Bloomberg, US and Denise Pellegrini discussed on Bloomberg Markets
"Rate increases he said this in remarks prepared for the fed. Symposium in Jackson Hole Wyoming stocks higher it's Paul backed up the case, for gradual rate hikes China's putting a positive spin on trade talks with the US, that ended, with the no progress
"tacoma washington" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"J coming up later this hour NPR catches some flack after interviewing I I went on the air and ranked the races by. Q. so I think calling him a white supremacist is probably not far off is also the organizer of a rally taking place. Today that's got a lot of attention from law enforcement as it is the anniversary of the unite the right rally where a woman was murdered by sick person with a car driving into a. Crowd that's. Right that was a year ago that that. Happened we're going to get into this story about the interview because I think that there's a bigger question at play, here but more information coming out about the stolen plane at sea TAC last, night if you didn't catch this and Alaskan airlines mechanic stolen airplane and took off without. Authorization he was alone on the. Aircraft there were no. Passengers there was nobody else injured and he was the only one killed when he crashed the plane into catcher an. Island The FBI is now in on this this isn't just an NTSB investigation the FBI is climbing in on, this because As far as I can tell This is. Theft of an aircraft from seatac I don't think it qualifies is hijacking But he, flew all over the Seattle area he scared the hell out of people last night they had two fighter jets following him around and he had a fairly extensive. Conversation with air traffic control before he finally. Ditched the plane to catch an island He is identified as a horizon air employees they have not at this time I believe given his name out I think it's pending notification of the family they say was about twenty nine years old and they, suspect he might have had, mental health. Problems I'm not sure if their first clue. Was the fact that he's stolen airplane. And made it clear to the air traffic controllers that he was planning a ditching it into the ground after doing a barrel roll but something to go on I suppose They don't really understand, how exactly he pulled this, off yet He flew right over Tacoma. He apparently attempted to do he was calling them barrel rolls I didn't know. You could do that in the, turboprop I didn't. Think at that, altitude and that speed. I didn't think that would work but, I'm not I'm not a I'm not a pilot so one of these times we're always Chris was around decayed of educators about the nature. Of the aircraft that he. Was in in the difficulty. Of doing what he was doing The the sheriff Paul, pastor says that it is unclear if this started out. As a lark or, if this was a suicide plan, from the get-go and again no indication that anybody else. Was on the plane the plane was not shot. Down the responding fighter pilots flew, alongside the aircraft. They were ready, to do what was. Necessary to protect life but as the, man crashed on Katrin island they didn't feel the need to open fire on him now catcher an island if you're not familiar with it Is Well it's. Tiny it's in the Puget Sound kind of off the coast of a town called Stella comb It is south west of Tacoma Washington And I think it's got. An actual, population of like. Twenty people I mean nobody lives there and fortunately he hit up in, the cliffs where nobody would live, anyways The, f. b. i. spokesman looking looking into this or speaking to, this right away and Dietrich says that there does not appear to. Be a, terrorist link the. Exact quote the incident does not appear to be an act of terrorism I'm not gonna play the audio from broadcast defy because. They did capture, it and if you wanna go hunt it down you can't I don't wanna feed into any kind of conspiracy theories but the. Pilot who ground control addresses. As rich said at one. Point quote I would like. To apologize to each and every one of them I'm just a broken guy. Got a few screws loose never knew it, until now Earlier he had said I got a lot. Of people that care about. Me and it's going to. Disappoint them to hear this He, marvels at the beauty of the Olympic mountain range They actually got a pilot on the radio to try and talk him through landing the aircraft to. It was just it was a strange way to go They did get the. Pilot on the pilot did try to. Talk him into turning around and coming back and landing the aircraft, he wouldn't do they had to shut down seatac there was no air traffic out there I think for a couple of hours while this ordeal was unfolding But the FBI is investigating the NTSB's investigating I would, imagine Alaska Airlines is probably going to hire investigators of their own to figure out how a. Mechanic was. Allowed that level of. Access, and at. This point one dad fires under control and expect to hear a lot more about this. As we get into the. Week, on Monday four nine hundred fifty eight fifty. Eight is. The number and we'll, talk to kneel in Fresno meal good morning welcome. To. KM j yeah I got I got two, segments to that sort of just hear me out on the in Vietnam got thirty four combat missions yeah and. I was I was. A. Crew chief I wouldn't I, wouldn't have pilot but I was a coochie on c. one. Thirties sure so when you're a crew chief that plane the government actually assigns that plane to you and that's your airplane or. You're talking about. It in those days twelve million. Dollar playing okay so when we're flying. Vietnam it came on the ground and anything need to be sick You're in. Charge you getting it. Fixed, before it. Flew again this is what they had an engine problem I was and run qualified so. I could start all for. Engineer, turboprops thirties turboprop and they got a lot, of horsepower. They got a lot, of tort because as a jet engine with a. Prop. On this got a reduction gear yeah and, and so I was injured unqualified I could, slide that thing if I wanted to I could I could taxi? I knew everything about. That. Plane there was to know, and there was even guys over there were homesick in Vienna You gonna go These thirties and. Just fly home, so so Neil it. Doesn't surprise me and it sounds like it's even less surprising to you that a mechanic would understand how to start the plane and. Move it around and. That's completely natural the fact that he didn't know how to low how to. Land this thing Taking let let me interrupt. You. Taking off our is easy and. Even even when I. Would I would fly with a flight crew and, the pilot and the co-pilot we. Were flying from, Vietnam to Thailand yeah. Troops to bring them back we're flying at night you know he'd say hey she if you wanna fly the plane go yeah so. I'd sit down and. Fly it wasn't a heading you have to do, much just watch the heady Yeah But landing. It, now that's another. Story I would imagine that that would be the. Hardware and then the other segment of of my comment is that plane that he was in first of, all it probably didn't have a lot of fuel at. It they didn't have it had no passengers and no. Baggage so that's why he was able to do those loops and stuff that he did get that thing would have been fully. Loaded it probably would never happen because of the weight, limit but but he was light.
Conservative rep blames GOP leadership for failure of conservative immigration bill
"Immigration fight i'm tim maguire within ap newsmen house republican leaders say they will continue working on a comprehensive immigration bill even as president trump says lawmakers should wait until after the midterm elections house majority leader kevin mccarthy says it's important to congress address the issue now congressional democrats continue to sharply criticize the president maryland congressman steny hoyer he's taking infant children hostage wrenching them from the arms of their parents tacoma washington police using dna collected from a twelve year old who was murdered more than thirty years ago have made a coldcase arrests police chief don rams dole says investigators got the word earlier this week the lab contacted us with the match between the original dna in the sample collected from gary hartman the sixtysixyearold hartmann is in custody charged with murder of michaela award she was last seen writing or bike in nineteen eightysix i'm tim maguire a plan to raise fees and people with residential solar power systems is being pushed by alabama power company a i dot com says the utilities filed a request with the.
Drivers should watch for card skimming devices on gas pumps
"Fight i'm tim maguire within ap news house republican leaders say they will continue working on a comprehensive immigration bill even as president trump says lawmakers should wait until after the midterm elections house majority leader kevin mccarthy says it's important that congress addressed the issue now congressional democrats continued to sharply criticized the president maryland congressman steny hoyer he's taking infant children hostage wrenching them from the arms of their parents tacoma washington police using dna collected from twelve year old who was murdered more than thirty years ago have made a cold case arrests police chief john rams dole says investigators got the word earlier this week lab contacted us with a match between the original dna in the sample collected from gary hartman the sixtysixyearold hartmann is in custody charged with murder of michaela award she was last seen writing or bike in nineteen eightysix i'm tim maguire more starbucks stores will be closing in the us next year that company which has been closing underperforming locations at a rate of fifty stores year now says it'll close one hundred fifty stores.
"tacoma washington" Discussed on KOMO
"We're going to norm in tacoma washington hi enorm i mean real brief so others can get in this situation to dc you might be a couple of saints out of the past european leaders said people are politicians roy's amazed when people believe what they say since they themselves don't believe what they say and harry truman once said i think this is what's going on he said if you can't convince them confused them and the the gentleman we're talking about in dc has been pretty good at that i mean you know the thing is i i understand the supporters that say the democrats are after him and this and that but i mean he's the one who brought this up he's the one who said i could shoot somebody in the middle of six fifth avenue and not lose a vote and then his attorney saying he could shoot james komi and not be indicted i mean that's just weird light night or two trump supposed carries his own china shop so a lot of these wounds are sort of that's what you wanna call a political wolves are self inflicted so who knows what'll happen but it's it's too much of a circus it's actually an embarrassment to the country i think hey thank you thanks for calling this morning our number eight hundred seven three six three six six six we're going to lansing michigan jerry good morning you're on first light actually gary hillbilly accent here can't be any crying because the fact pollution is not a crime senators and representatives collude with every nation in the world every year their lives i mean you can't be in that position without and that's basically what all of them do therefore you can't commit a crime and they all in fact the justice department has already said there is no collusion well i mean i'm gonna let you back in but.
"tacoma washington" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"I think that i know that for people who are struggling with their sexual identity to have this campaign that says it gets better that's an important message i think for any kid who is depressed or struggling let's go to aaron in tacoma washington aaron you're on the michael medved show michael thanks for taking my call you bet you know he's the first caller kind of alluded to the point that i was gonna make and i think that with the the younger kids you know through middle school and high school the competition on social media for likes and recognition and popularity you know and and that kind of thing really plays a role in what these kids value themselves at which is unfortunate i know there's no question and also the whole idea that oh look i have friends people who are your friends on facebook are not necessarily your real friends they just aren and there is a difference meanwhile this also is related to a couple of factors that i do think we need to talk about which is a breakdown in community which is related directly to break down in faith which is related to use of drugs including supposedly harmless drugs like marijuana dare i say it there's a horrifying case of someone who claims he almost killed people because of marijuana induced psychosis is there such a thing we'll get to that and more with your calls coming up.
"tacoma washington" Discussed on KOMO
"In your community and seeing an opportunity to purchase and in my neighborhood tacoma washington i'm telling you i'm active trader in a passive way by accident no i i my wife and i purchased our home in tacoma when when it was not cool to be in tacoma and i heard recently that there's more people moving into pierce county then practically any county in the country i don't know if that's true but the growth rate in pierce county is huge and tacoma washington when i moved to tacoma i people said you know tacoma is like what seattle was in the nineteen fifties well i'm here to tell you tacoma's now like tacoma was in the nineteen eighties that's how much we that's how modern we are down in tacoma however you know ten years ago even five years ago you could see an opportunity in tacoma and that investment today would be worth far far far more i don't know i'm not going to compare it but probably greater than the stock market has done just by seeing a home or not and seeing how the local economy might change that that would be an example of active investing a lot of my clients have accumulated wealth real estate but a lot of my clients have accumulated accumulated wealth by purchasing individual stocks and watching that stock and tell gently and and being very focused in the way they approach their portfolios there is nothing morally wrong with being an active trader you've got to have some game but we we should not make moral judgments about active versus passive there's advantages and disadvantages gotta take a break for traffic and weather when we come back i promise we're gonna talk about passive investing then we'll move onto the tax asian of mutual funds and the effect it can have on your bottom line this is the boom x show we'll be back right after this make plans stomach talking i'm just going to cut to the chase subway has all new signature wraps packed with meat and flavor and i know flavor okay.
"tacoma washington" Discussed on Kristi Lee Uninterrupted
"But i had never heard her name and i was like christian and i didn't know how to say your last name ice i called you chris your left so i think um and how do you pronounce it again lace so christian early on how sexy is that later my gosh you don't even need sacchi and you do as well women and say or names era christian he from tell me would tell me you're back story i literally i know you have a book or no your race driver but no i know you're a veteran thank you for your service and i wanna hear i wanna know all about you let's go okay let's go of our was born in seattle washington raised in tacoma washington above 30 minutes south of of seattle in a single payer at home a mother was an immigrant and so low income family i didn't really know my dad too much he was busy chasing an nba dream i played semipro for for a number of years and just wasn't around much so my mother got type one diabetes when i was five when i was five she got type one diabetes and she ended a passing away suddenly when i was thirteen and i had to go live with my dad i didn't really know very well and it within about a month or so he had us homeless uh not not to not too long after um assorted living with him he was uh so focused on chasing his dream was a really willing to give that up to take care of a ticket so here did you have siblings malaysia airlines child sorry air at no no no you could your good arbenori child so.
"tacoma washington" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"The malaysian you to live all more flu near might acom's up congress shift brash this was the dave ramsey show joe is in tacoma washington were rachel and less era or bates on night after this noneffort amar elm thursday noise a law without a wednesday night against this when is that was it coming up anyway high jail how are you hello dying guy better than i deserve what's up not all right i had a question um i'm on babies therefore and right now on the investing in a t s p wa among military to the military and i'm doing the fifteen percent but soon that will be deploying for six muscular tax free zone and so i'm trying to see if there's a wise idea to go beyond these uh deferral limit the eighteen fires uh in continue to in this since i know that i'll be able to max it out should i continue to do that and it'll go over into the traditional that i just thought that iraq uh i would start with the ross if you want to do some other investing with some of the touch for you could do that just in the street in mutual funds but uh i wouldn't worry about the idea of a home no firm on linking i will just like we were just talking about this a military already has but yeah exactly a um so which rancher un and in the air for okay go where you're going to you know i'm going through qatar okay all right yeah they should be taxfree all right well thank you for serve in your country but yeah i i would i would stop at the fifteen percent going at a tsp and then i would just call it your house fund and what you might those just open something like an s p 500 with somebody like vanguard or somebody like a fidelity or some i like that i've got sp 500 roger store money because what happens with that is it grows without pay any taxes on it because it has a low turnover ratio meaning they don't sell the stock senate very often and so it grows lurk surely tax deferred when you do.
"tacoma washington" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The most dangerous city in the valley and which is the sabres the answer is may surprise you we'll talk about it today too she junior to live on less than you might the concept congress gift grasp this is the dave ramsey show feel is in tacoma washington were rachel and whilst era will be on night after this not after amar elm thursday noise of nor without a wednesday night i guess it is when is that was coming up anyway hi jail how are you colombian guy better than i deserve what's up uh no right i had a question um i'm on baby steps four and right now on the investing in a t s p ross among military activeduty military and i'm doing the fifteen percent but i will be deploying for six months to a taxfree zone and so i'm trying to see if there's a wise idea to go beyond the uh deferral limit the eighteen fire uh in continue to in this since i know that i'll be able to chris maxwell out should i continue to do that in it'll go over into the traditional merchandise that i just thought that the law i would start with the ross if you wanted to some other investing was from the text for you could do that just enshrined in mutual funds but i wouldn't worry about the idea of a home no her i'm waking nightmare just like we were just talking about this a military already has but yeah exactly a um so which rancher un i'm in the air for okay coup of where you're going to you know i'm going to qatar tool okay all right yeah they should be taxfree all right well thank you for serve in your country but yeah i i would i would stop at the fifteen percent going at a tsp and then i would just call it your house fund and what you might those just open something like an s p 500 with somebody like a vanguard or somebody like a fidelity or something like that i've got sp 500 roger store money because what happens with that is it grows without pay any taxes on it because it has a low turnover ratio meaning they don't sell the stock senate very often and so it grows virtually tax deferred when you do cash money out of it like let's say you through some.
"tacoma washington" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Going from seattle to portland but amtrak train number 501 has derailed in some of its cars have fallen onto interstate 5 just south of tacoma washington are a ton of first aid and medic cars trucks they patrol look police you name it they're all their greg mci was driving on i five when it happened we're getting got away laws all the traffic that is by being diverted either you know any way they can right now both by the freeway north and south are closed um that battle the past several ambulances have responded to the scene we don't yet know the extent of injuries or how many people were on that train local hospitals are taking in patients including the military hospital joint base lewis mcchord again an amtrak train travelling from seattle the portland derailed some cars fell on july five just south of tacoma i'm richard johnson the trying to get back to normal at the worlds busiest airport after yesterday's daylong power outage at hartsfieldjackson in atlanta ticketing and baggage operations a backup at the disruption of planes in and out all day yesterday disrupted flights at airports today all over the u s n beyond more complaints from senate democrats about their lack of participation and writing the tax overall bill i think that once mitch mcconnell decided that they can get fifty one republicans and that's what they needed we were no longer and play there was no use to talk to me west virginia's joe manchin says he was willing to talk with republicans and the white house house and senate votes on the bill could begin tomorrow president trump's due to outline his first national security strategy in a speech today will broadly cover four national interests protecting the homeland preserving peace through strength advancing prosperity and promoting us influence abroad big day on wall street the dow is up one hundred eighty seven points the nasdaq up sixty four i'm rich johnson here's orphans are too and wells fargo advisers on the value of a.
"tacoma washington" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Your downpayment and let's get the house closed because you've committed to it um i mean you've you've signed a contract in so you need to go you know follow through on your word on that and they need to follow through on the promise you made to yourself was that you were going to be a doctor and pay off these loans so now you're going to be a doctor and pay off these loans as soon as possible and um and then if you want to quit and the home into whatever you want to when you get to where you're financially responsible in doing so but with that kind of income potential and that kind of debt those two things are you have to use that to do that i'm sorry i'm sorry that the you're in this situation but it's the decisions you made so that that's what i would have you there yeah let's put a better downpayment on the house to a fannie mae fixture rate 15year avoid pia mine and avoid the va funding fees and get a cheaper interest rates culture at your mortgage and and have them mortals numbers for you i think they'll show you what i'm talking about is true so um and then get that closed and then let's move on to the next thing so good question open phones a triple eight eight two five five two two five you jump in we'll talk about your life and your money sean is with us in tacoma washington hi sean welcomed the dave ramsey show oh thank you what's up go i am m new personally to this show i just started watching you literally last week uh however i heard your name a lot because my parents went through the program about ten twelve years ago something like that who i heard a lot when i was younger how can i help to hold dot com only whatever's yawn um sean john yes how can i help today okay um.
"tacoma washington" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Dan so you need to go you know follow through on your word on that and the need to follow through on the promise you made to yourself was that you were going to be a doctor and pay off these loans so now you're gonna be a doctor and pay off these loans as soon as possible and um and then if you want quitting the home in whatever you want to do when you get to where you're financially responsible in doing so uh but with that kind of income potential and that kind of debt those two things are you have to use that to do that i'm sorry i'm sorry that the you're in this situation but it's the decisions you made so that that's what i would have you there yeah let's put a better downpayment on the house to a fannie mae fixture rate 15year avoid pmi and avoid the va funding fees and get a cheaper interest rates culture at your mortgage and and have them mortals numbers for you i think they'll show you what i'm talking about is true so um and then get that closed and then let's move on to the next thing so good question open phones a triple eight eight two five five two two five you jump in will talk about your life and your money sean is with us in tacoma washington hi sean welcomed to the dave ramsey show thank you what's up so i m you personally to the show i just started watching you literally last week um however i've heard your name a lot because my parents went through the program about ten twelve years ago something like that no i heard a lot uh they had when i was younger how can i help you save who holds dot com on whatever sean um sean john yes how can i help us today.
"tacoma washington" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"To uh john in tacoma washington nieto disagreement day where for your brain where he 'but earned her career your crack why an all where you're ever going unpaid oh invoking article fire recount who tear through straighten it out because we're plan does not allow one guy and current expenditure ganic cuts uh the second bringing a one meant wait wait wait what what i get what you're talking about you want a constitutional convention you want an article five constitutional convention i know there are a lot of people who do what does it have to do with the tax plan ricardo mark preval met more women the barker okay well we don't know that it will do that when people want a constitutional convention you don't know what that conventions going to do which is for the problem with it uh let's go to paul in wooden veil washington you're on the michael medved show yesterday about bringing the country's wide this this think that this tax reform bill is hardly the way to do that because one of the things that aims to do is create winter red states and lose the blue states and here's one of the way it does uh tax uh blake's as you call them for states with hurricane damage read hair uh houston texas in florida but not tax breaks for wildfire damage sorry california oregon washington you'll lose other you i agree with you if you're going to allow on uh tax adjustments for one form of natural disaster you have to do it for the other you absolutely must i agree with you on that look no one would say that this bill that advanced today is perfect but the important thing is get something passed in the senate gone past uh strauss told a conference committee and then the cavs kamei will be complicated but we can do something that improves the system it won't make it perfect not every change will be worthy noble undignified but moving in the right direction is something we can do when we must we'll be right back two.
"tacoma washington" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Israel has come up in the fifth inning zero zero game we join you live from the pacific northwest tacoma washington chrissy in vienna ueva over one had a groundwater third base back of the second inning max posey throws curveball lowball one sent a lot of fastballs from posy previously touching the mid nineties on the in stadium radar god theory began vienna wave with breaking ball is one l breaking ball again this one low two balls no strikes the two hours do not have a base runner six batters of struck out there four innings wind and it's he will off the kid gloves goggles back to the screen three balls no strikes jose fell behind last innings leadoff hitter travis jankowski three nl jankowski ended up flying out to the leftfield on three to pitch nick bus ondeck and then raphael ortega here's the three l fastballs swag in a foul ball back not play beano ever swinging there at three at all trying to set the tone and perhaps it went out of the park and get the game's first run on the board three balls in what strike.
"tacoma washington" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"And ireland president michael higgins is poised to sign a bill that will ban onshore fracking across the country are ireland joined spoke area france and germany among eu countries banning the drilling practice meanwhile and tacoma washington members of the pew all up tribe and their allies held a protest on thursday at the construction site of liquefied natural gas facility the protest came ahead of a july fourteen the court appearance for six water protectors who chained themselves to construction equipment at the site in a bid to halt the project which would hold up to eight million gallons of liquefied practice gas near a residential neighborhood iraq's army on thursday declared an end to the socalled islamic califat as the us back coalition captured the ruins of the grand on nuri mosque and most soil from isis the mosque was the site where isis leader abubakar alboghdadi declared the caliphat in two thousand fourteen hits capture came as iran in media reported baghdadi is definitely dead that follows russian reports last month that bagdadi died in a russian air strike in syria meanwhile heavy fighting continues in parts of most so where tens of thousands remain trapped in the old city with little access to food water and medicine the journalistic monitoring group bear worse reports at least eighty civilians were killed thursday after shelling and air strikes hit their houses around the grand on the remarks that follows reports a family of five was killed in a four year old boy severely injured in an air strike by the us led coalition on tuesday in france a 43yearold or and man was arrested thursday after attempting to ram is suv into a crowd outside a mosque witnesses say the driver was thwarted in his attempts to kill muslims only because his vehicle struck barriers put in place to protect the mosque.