17 Burst results for "Ten Fifteen Dollars"

"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Was so exhausted I I bought a bunch of trees in advance because I have a tendency to buy like literally last time I was at an airport for this the other other trip I went on to New Orleans I bought like twenty seven dollars the snacks like just the little job and I'm like I'm not going to do that this time I need to save my money so I bought like ten fifteen dollars worth of stuff I forget which one of them was beef jerky the other one was something called snappers which are these little chocolate I love chocolate numbers out don't just kept pulling in we've got laughing so hard don would move just a little bit she's a more she told documentary oh god we laughed I don't think you could move oh god I'm glad you remember that he laughed so hard but no one well yeah we'll talk more about in this next segment just about the parks and Star Wars the right ation people gooders at Disney I just so we've got a whole story about that a lot of them there well like I might my father in law and we're not laughing at people would signal is what we are laughing about is in everyone will agree the the the the for folks that actually all the secure this up for later the poor folks that actually need the scooters you know what I mean but there are some folks that you're like no wait a minute like the teenagers riding them around you know and it's just like leave them for the the good folks at actually need the scooters but anyway we'll get to that a little bit later just to satisfy our for golden globes if you missed it over there on NBC last night some big surprises some good moments Tom Hanks winning the Cecil B. DeMille award Allen receiving the Carol Burnett awards real quick little fashion note though as we wrap this up for this segment what was offered up with this is slow puffy sleep I was gonna say slutty sleeve poppy sleeves it what all yeah beyond say I could barely see your face okay there were two massive trends happening one was puffy way yeah is in my book usually never guide number two did you notice all the lake half naked lingerie people one of Paltrow all end okay Kerry Washington Gwyneth Paltrow Kate Winslet it was crazy the Charlize Theron the corset with nine there was someone got a hold of the lingerie and it wasn't good yeah I don't get we haven't had puffy sleeves since prom ninety one it wasn't that big puffy everybody had being revalued puffy sleeves and can I just say this is not body shaming at all because I have large blossoms all if you have something very important to say on stage that you feel like globally needs to be heard king what's your books away I don't know what you're saying because now you know what it's like to be a man I'm like you couldn't you don't need to do that and I'm not trying to body shame or or not be a feminist here but honestly Kenny I actually had that exact same thought when someone Hayek walked onto the stage because she looks gorgeous and beautiful but all I could think about and this is from cancer really be who's had her boobs removed envy right I was like this is what it feels like to be a man because I'm staring at some high explodes and I'm just wanting to motor boat them just like they were so incredible but yes a lot of badge seven o'clock hour.

"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Was so exhausted I I bought a bunch of trees in advance because I have a tendency to buy like literally last time I was at an airport for this the other other trip I went on to New Orleans I bought like twenty seven dollars the snacks like just a little job and I'm like I'm not gonna do that this time I need to save my money so I bought like ten fifteen dollars worth of stuff it which one of them was beef jerky the other one was something called snappers which are these little chocolate I love chocolate numbers out don't just kept pulling in we've got laughing so hard don would move just a little bit she's a more she told documentary oh god we laughed I don't think it's in my boots oh god I'm glad you remember that he laughed so hard but no we yeah we'll talk more about in this next segment just about the parks and Star Wars the right ation hello good or is it Disney's I just so we've got a whole story about that a lot of them there well Lakers might my father in law and we're not laughing at people with signals what we are laughing about is in everyone will agree the the the the for folks that actually all this to this up for later the poor folks that actually need the scooters you know what I mean but there are some folks that you're like now wait a minute like the teenagers riding them around you know and it's just like leave them for the the good folks at actually need the scooters but anyway we'll get to that a little bit later just to satisfy our quota for golden globes if you missed it over there on NBC last night some big surprises some good moments Tom Hanks winning the Cecil B. DeMille award Allen receiving the Carol Burnett awards real quick little fashion note though as we wrap this up for this segment what was offered up with this is slow puffy sleep I was gonna say slutty sleeve poppy sleeves it was all yeah beyond say I could barely see your face okay there were two massive trends happening one was puffy way yeah is in my book usually never guide number two did you notice all the lake half naked lingerie people one of Paltrow all end okay Kerry Washington Gwyneth Paltrow Kate Winslet it was crazy the Charlize Theron the corset with none there was someone got a hold of the lingerie and it wasn't good yeah I don't get we haven't had puffy sleeves since prom ninety one it wasn't that big puffy everybody had being revalued puffy sleeves and can I just say this is not body shaming at all because I have large blossoms all if you have something very important to say on stage that you feel like globally needs to be heard king what's your books away I don't know what you're saying because now.

"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I bought a bunch of trees in advance because I have a tendency to buy like literally last time I was at an airport for this the other other trip I went on to New Orleans I bought like twenty seven dollars the snacks like just at the little shop and I'm like I'm not gonna do that this time I need to save my money so I bought like ten fifteen dollars worth of stuff target which one of them was beef jerky the other one was something called snappers which are these little chocolate I love chocolate members out don't just kept pulling in we've got laughing so hard don would move just a little bit she's a more so she told me what documentary oh god we laughed I don't think given the boot oh god I'm glad you remember that he laughed so hard but no one yeah we'll talk more about in this next segment just about the parks and Star Wars the right relation well Gators at Disney I just so we've got a whole story about that a lot of them there well like you might my father in law and we're not laughing at people it's knows what we are laughing about is it everyone will agree the the the for the for folks that actually all this to this up for later the poor folks that actually need the scooters you know what I mean but there are some folks that you're like no wait a minute like the teenagers riding them around you know and it's just like leave them for the the good folks at actually need the scooters but anyway we'll get to that a little bit later just to satisfy our quota for golden globes if you missed it over there on NBC last night some big surprises some good moments Tom Hanks winning the Cecil B. DeMille award Allen receiving the Carol Burnett awards real quick little fashion note though as we wrap this up for this segment what was offered up with this is slow puffy sleep I was gonna say slutty sleeve poppy sleeves it what all yeah beyond say I could barely see your face okay there were two massive trends happening one was puffy way yeah is in my book usually never guide number two did you notice all the lake half naked lingerie people one of Paltrow all N. okay Kerry Washington Gwyneth Paltrow Kate Winslet it was crazy that I would shoot Charlize Theron the course it would nine there was someone got a hold of the lingerie and it wasn't good yeah I don't get we haven't had puffy sleeves since prom ninety one it wasn't that big puffy everybody had being we ARE puffy sleeves and can I just say this is not body shaming at all because I have large bosoms all if you have something very important to say on stage that you feel like globally needs to be heard king what's your books away I don't know what you're saying because now I know what it's like to be a man I'm like you couldn't you don't need to do that and I'm not trying to body shame or or not be a feminist here but honestly Kenny I actually had that exact same thought when someone Hayek walked onto the stage because she looks gorgeous and beautiful but all I could think about and this is from cancer really be who's had her boobs removed envy right I was like this is what it feels like to be a man because I'm staring at some high explodes and I'm just wanting to motor both them just like they were so incredible but yes a laudable badge seven o'clock hour well.

"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:02 min | 2 years ago

"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

"Bias but you know what that's not the whole bias there's Abe books dot com where you can go find something lovely and used a keepsake of first edition and what you're doing there is you're supporting small companies all across the country what that is is a consortium a bookseller's who can bring those special books used additions first editions and even just plain cheap books out to everyone now I I'm focusing here on books but you know you can extrapolate out into pretty much anything better world books which is now so successful is branched out to our west coast branch was started by two Notre Dame graduates who wanted to do something for society and for the books they sell they buy textbooks for kids who can't afford them they put books in the hands of those who otherwise wouldn't have that that is the way the you can shop and fill that Christmas stocking and feel like you've done something good at the same time you can go to the artist boutique that pop up in San Francisco they pop up in Berkeley they pop up in Oakland the pop up all around the bay area artisans making things with their hearts and they have items from every conceivable realm of financial level does any of this resonate with you have you done this did not work out for you I want to be realistic this isn't something that everyone can do but have you tried it and has it been rewarding and not for you that you will do it again this year or have you done it and you've just had to abandon it out of sheer financial consideration eight zero eight zero eight one zero eighty eighty eight ten I'll tell you what tradition my family which is huge fun instead of getting you know the next big thing instead of getting whatever's hot this year you set a very very low threshold I'm talking ten fifteen dollars at most and what ever you find for the person whose name you pick or the person in your life forever you're buying for the rule is it cannot be new but it has to speak to the heart of that person you can go to an antique store go to a thrift store you can go to some some mongrel of the two which is my favorite place to shop it's kinda have thrift and half antique I love those places and I'll tell you the kind of inspiration that comes when you get something like this this is this is a touch of the heart let me tell ya the first year I did that with then my boyfriend now my fiance he got me a tiny purple container a little porcelain container and I didn't know what it was it was only a few inches high and I thought well it's pretty in his purple so that's me but why did he pick this thing and then I opened it up I'm a Scrabble player by the way I'm Scrabble fiend and I opened it up and five Scrabble tiles spilled out and they spelled and she not he could have gone to Best Buy you could have gone you know via Amazon shops letterman Amazon different topic he could have gone somewhere else he went to a combination antique stores restore and put that gift together out of his heart that way you can hear I remember that that made an impression on me I've already been gifted some quince jelly that someone made with love it's an early holiday present it is delicious but mostly I care because she stood over the stove and made it and put everything in cans and dealt with all the steam of sealing them up that's love that is gifting some part of yourself eight zero eight zero eight one zero what have you done to avoid or to participate in that incredible rush that used to start on Friday and now it starts on thanksgiving night do you get a rush out of that does that work for you in some particular way that sitting at home and shopping online or going out to small businesses going out to antique stores shopping online with smaller companies going to craft fairs going to art fairs is there something about that that does not speak to you as much I'm trying to understand that whole thing about participating in what they call Black Friday and what alternatives you might have found eight zero eight zero eight one zero eighty eighty eight ten the number to call the thing is everyone has different priorities you may hear what happens at Amazon and it is still worth while to you to spend just less money to do it just because it costs less this thing is have you considered alternatives I don't know what my sweet sweet east is pay for that little jar and the anti tiles but that year we had a limit of ten dollars each you can spend ten dollars and you're not allowed to buy anything new is kind of anti consumers Christmas we also everything's giving we play anti consumers bingo you all get together the whole family that we spend time with on thanksgiving and we all bring something used from the house I delete weird and wonderful but it can be useful useful the little boring but it can be weird and wonderful and we packs of that we play bingo and everybody gets to steal each other's gifts and it's silly fun but it doesn't involve consumerism it doesn't involve going out and buying something new I'm gonna put one more element into this and it may.

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"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

09:25 min | 2 years ago

"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Welcome back to the tech guy show we talk about technology and help you out with all of your gadgets my name is rich to bureau sitting in today for Leo laporte you see me on Twitter at rich to Miro Instagram average John tack I shared a cool behind the scenes here at the studio see how the show gets done pretty cool lots a wires let's put it that way is in Los Angeles Harriet welcome to the show thank you Hey like paddling is that okay my husband somehow signed up for something on Skype where they charge this credit card he got sick he couldn't remember is different passwords you couldn't get onto a different devices he eventually passed away I don't know any of his what this is about and having a very hard time getting them to stop an automatically recurring Chad Democratic K. I've tried to the bank twice I tried chatting at a high level experience with sky tried certified letter nothing else out there have any ideas wow well first off sorry for your loss thank you thank you it's gonna be tough how long is this how long ago did this happen how long has this been going on a few months well maybe we pay it without will I didn't know what it was maybe I just pay the credit card bill but the last two times I tried to dispute the Cadillac of the previous charge okay denied it I've been trying again now see what happens and if the round I tried sending a certified letter to call me please they didn't that's kind of doesn't want to really deal with it how much is the charge thirty eight last time at seventy six this time and I don't know why and do you know what it's for I don't unless it was for the the ability I really don't know well number one dump the credit card company because the fact that you told them the story that you just told me and they are not canceling this charge is just totally out of line would you agree I DO but this time I talked to a supervisor so he's trying a little harder and I have to wait and see what the response to that will be is this a card that you care about I mean can you I will drop it and get rid of it however I've been I read online that they can dig me a credit if you do that and don't and try to get away from actually Karen charge by dropping that Carter I wouldn't worry about that I think that I think number one you got to get on the line I mean the fact you have to deal with this loss and then deal with that card company I mean that's just it's just unbelievable it's ridiculous the fact that I the fact that they they would immediately say we're gonna get this figured out you never have to call us again I can't even believe that this is gone on more than one time yeah so I would I would do this now here's the problem some of that this I would say just ask for a new card number because sometimes you know you can just say Hey I want a new card and that would stop the charge but what happens is these credit card companies actually share the new card number with recurring subscriptions a lot of times to keep those seamless and going so I would say yeah right isn't that kind of tricky most people don't get that either yeah yeah you think all my change my card and it will stop but it doesn't yeah that's number one number two I mean so you talk to Microsoft and they said they can't stop the charge what was their reasoning I didn't actually talked to Microsoft a cactus guide about I chatted with Skype and eventually I believe I think it was a chat they just well you have to what will send you a code to his email at that I can't get into his email right what good does that do me yeah that's tricky issue you don't have access to the email so that's why you can't just cancel it on there yeah I don't well it sounds like you have to maybe call Skype again and get a more compassionate I customer service rep on the line that can help you cancellous explain the situation I know it's tough I know you don't want to keep going in and going through this but explain it to them one more time and just explain what you just said to me that you don't have access to the account you got to cancel it they may say for security reasons you can't say well okay I will send you what you need to show that I have you know that I can have access to this account and then the second thing is I would I would call the credit card company and just really are you good at raising a little bit of you know what I'll get better at it you know because this is just one of those things that it's just you know you shouldn't have to be dealing with this and that and I I am mad that other people are killed but I just wish they could somebody could do something about it yeah also I wonder if I can say that I am the I. pad that I have now the accessibility for taking screenshots is very good I it took me a little while to figure it out but an iPad after but one thing away over there one over there and it's not easy to get the screenshot so it just gives you one little virtual button to press on the screen and it's very helpful for the screenshot I like this Harriet you've been figuring out the little tips and tricks on the iPad I love it so that's like the virtual home but is that when you're talking about now this is the regular home button but if you go into settings and get thirty accessibility and you have to make a few areas along the way but you finally figure out there each time you want to do the accessibility for the screenshot and then with a little trial and error it works great now that's excellent what's a good little tip thanks for sharing that with everyone photo when you add first thing on the show a good fit with the lightning drive to save your photos to it yeah that's called the sandisk I expands I X. P. A. N. D. and you can just plug it into the bottom your phone and I get those photos onto the flash drive to save them okay very good thank you how are you doing otherwise you okay I'm getting a lot of life support from friends and family yeah good good to hear Harriet all right and please let me know the status of this whole this whole thing and drop that credit card if you have to if they're not going to give you some satisfaction on this just get rid of a man there's plenty of credit card companies out there don't worry about your credit I think you'll be just fine and I had to explain to anyone why he had to get rid of that company I think you can easily do a good job of that Harry in Los Angeles thanks so much for being on the tech guy radio shell man it this is this is one of these things where I sit here and I I love coal companies like this and just you know just saying what I need done am to get it done no matter what because if I'm if I'm doing business with you and I have a credit card through you and I'm telling you what's happening with my card and in fact I've disputed charges over the years and I'm just waiting for one of these companies to say that dispute came back where we were we're not gonna accept that to spew I'm just waiting for them to say that so I can be like alright go ahead cancel the card and I only have one credit cards hold not be a problem because I have to figure out a new one if I did that but so far so good and and nowadays you can actually dispute a lot of these charges right online from your account online which makes it very easy to do that and sometimes I've noticed with some of the smaller charges like let's say it's under twenty dollars they'll just immediately closed the dispute because they don't have to deal with it they don't have to go normally the way to spew or for your credit card they have to go to the other company they've got to figure out what their side of things are come back to you maybe ask for some documentation that's if it's a big amount but if it's a small amount ten fifteen dollars if there's a charge on your card that you don't know you don't recognize you think that's something that you really feel like you got charged for you shouldn't special with all these recurring subscriptions that are happening nowadays dispute it and don't pay for don't pay for something that you're not using I mean all these companies all they want to do is they want to get your credit card so that they've got that little tap into your credit card account at all times and they can charge you and you see us four boxes five Bucks it's too much to deal with the spirit get rid of it don't pay for stuff you're not using that's what I think listening to the tech guy radio show rich tomorrow sitting in for Leo laporte today we'll have some more of your questions after this at eighty eight eighty eight ask Leo one triple eight eight two seven five five three six.

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"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Wow. wow. wow. I we get it is this some weird yeah I mean I guess is the present it's nothing we can do about it or is there I don't know I feel like I want to pull some of these lines at my face instead of my bank account and say yeah no I don't I don't well for instance you don't have to buy Microsoft Office. for eight ten fifteen dollars a month there's a there's open source version of office is quite good called libra office L. I. B. R. E. office works on mac windows and Lennix. and it's it's free there's no trip involved not not even in the up front I like to support people you know so I use some free software that I actually go to patron and and and. give him some money every month correct I understand that the you know they got to work hard to create the stuff I want to help him. I don't I don't understand. I don't that doesn't bother me so much. eighty eight eighty eight ask Leo software as a service everything is a service that the future food as a service that's the future. that's what they want us to do from now on. and I understand why they want to do do you want to do it is this what you want to do do you like this idea. eighty eight eighty eight ask we are what we do about it are there alternatives I guess there are some alternatives some things we can do. I just I don't know. our show today. I just realize you know walk up less than million like this when I have all my best thoughts for him yeah. herbal thing wake up for and everything terrible thing mind they're thinking I can go back to sleep I got a show to do so but wait a minute I feel this dripping I feel my bank account shrinking even in the middle of the night maybe that's what's waking me up. maybe that's what's going on. I show they brought to you by remote P. C.. you gotta love remote PC because it lets you access your computers..

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"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on The Streaming Wars

The Streaming Wars

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on The Streaming Wars

"To based on our donate eight more with a lower premium or don't have a lower deductible with a higher premium and that's kind of a way to talk about with an insurance to term term type terminology but even let's go back into tech. Let's go back a couple of years. When Microsoft was the biggest thing ever. They sold all of like Microsoft Office in terms of licenses so you paid my dad was into. He worked as a technology provider for a big company so he bought. S- You know Microsoft Audit Office licenses that costs three hundred bucks pop up front but he never paid that license since again so Microsoft is only getting lump sum costs and scrutinous good to you have to sustain new you you keep coming out with new products. You have to keep putting out more sales. You have to keep doing more with subscribers. It's once you get somebody hooked. It's easy money for Netflix You're not having a new person out there trying to sell you something new every single time like apple iphones every summer. They have to come out with the new iphone to convince you to go by anyone or Netflix. I mean it just all just keeps going. You pay the same same same amount entertain talk prices and a little bit but let's just assume very basic. You pay ten dollars a month. All right that simple you know another thing that the subscriber-based companies get out and this you know when you do a subscription right at ten fifteen dollars. Subscription doesn't seem that much in your monthly budget so you're not going to cut it. You know like I don't want to spend three hundred bucks. You know doing some crazy but you know ten dollars a month on you know streaming are good and there's a lot that people also forget to cancel so because you might have links four or five streaming services between video and the music you're spending you know as much as you would have done for for cable and then for a bunch of itunes music or DVD's so it's interesting business model because it takes it's so simple in its surprising surprising that nobody really has done it in terms of tech and it's just it's simple it. You make a lot of money just it's just interesting when you study netflixing Alexa how they were one of the.

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"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on WBAI

"You about the type of water that you need to use which types of water you can stay away from she's gonna also teach you about the basics about food that is sort of that super food or those power foods that can give you high doses of those very powerful kind of designer supplement constituents that we've been paying for it she's going to teach you the secrets about how to get factor acts that that thing that you need to keep those healthy bones and not get those fractures that so many of us get subject to as we age in our bones light intensity she's going to teach you about the basic anti fungal so they're gonna keep you you know free of flu and candy and all these things that seem to be bothering so many people but we need to actually hear your phone call five one six six two zero three six zero two we're told that in order to you know meet our goal for the hour that we need to hear from more people and I just have to thank the people who have called I'm so excited that I have heard the phones rings before but now it's time for those of you who said I do want to get those thank you for that call five one six six two zero three six zero two five one six six two zero three six zero two I know so many of you said I I think I'm gonna get it I I want to share it with my mom she hasn't been feeling well I I you know I've told her to do some natural things but you know this kind of DVD that shows her it's really going to make a difference also those of you who've been paying up the Wazoo for digestive enzymes we're gonna show you how you do that real easy real cheap real simple not gonna have to pay seven ten fifteen dollars for a bottle of enzymes anymore those of you who want to know how to get rid of Gallo which surprisingly is actually still a big problem I see that a lot particularly older folks five one.

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"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on WTVN

"Can work in remote or read a book in total warmth and comfort in your laptop without being cold enjoy as well well it's called a role but that's what that is it's called this snuggie somebody became a millionaire off of that think about that for a second it's a real not to mention the guys that they were shown in the commercial they look like monk sitting there I mean that's what the whole apparatus remember this these products were you one of the people that purchased one of the as seen on TV things one of these products and it was really good you go all it was such a hunk of junk to resell welcome in did you what what did you actually buy it was a nice I'm actually in the mail what what I was going in and looking at some of the story that they were selling in a in a department store yeah and then somebody come up with these night I still have those nice to this day and they still cut through violence so it was you were in a department store and they were kind of do a like a like a what do you call it like an on site demonstrations okay yes and so you if I can ask how much did you pay and how many nights did you get buy one get one free and I'm thinking they were like ten fifteen dollars back many many years ago twenty years ago so you got to realize for like fifteen Bucks yeah no that's absolutely awesome thanks Teresa still can't be the Gansu you got like seventy four knives for nine ninety five remember that I mean that's that is actually crazy I mean that's what that's really where.

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"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Carry a lot of different products at family practitioners or general practitioners don't need to carry. And Dr T summarize it so well, but just be aware. Yes. We can definitely work with your vetinarian to help keep costs down. But just be aware. It's gonna be a little bit more expensive because of that overhead or because of that specialized equipment, and I think a point that should be made just is that we're not there to to throw the entire kit and caboodle at you think that a lot of times you as a pet parent, you'll be presented with what's called an estimate for services and a lotta times from a day practitioner standpoint. Absolutely. There's a lot of leeway that we can work with you. You know to get the best medical care for what you can afford for your pet in the same way in emergency situation. There's definitely gonna be things that have to be done and things that they'll talk about our possibilities. So always be presented with options. And. You know, I think one thing that needs to be stated in I'm a huge proponent for. This is that pet insurance will definitely help you. And I always tell clients that pet insurance mostly helps you in an emergent situation or a situation later in life. When your pet is really ill, and you need to get that specialty service. I think that's where pet insurance is really worth its weight in gold and a friend of ours. Just in Garrick told me that a lot of times when he's in the exam room, and he's preparing an estimate for client about the the much needed care that this bird situation needs that what is brings us a sigh of relief from everybody involved is that there is pet insurance out there. And I think that pet insurance is something that if you don't have for your pet. I would definitely look into getting it every veterinarian has a different take on which one their favorite pet insurance is, but I think it's valuable in situations like this, and I really think it pays for itself in situations. Like, this you bring up a great point. So when it comes to pet insurance, do you mind just giving some of our pet owners out there a little bit of? Information like how much does it typically cost a year? Should you get it as a puppy, or when they're older, what should owners be prepared for is it a third party? Do parents have to pay the initial upfront fees and get reimbursed later, how does it work? Great question. So the best time to get pet insurance is when you have a young healthy, puppy or kitten because you want to prevent the situation where you have pre existing conditions. And so the best time to get is the talk you back near at your puppy kitten. Visit I think the price is variable. I've seen patent shirts for cats is cheapest fifteen ten fifteen dollars a month, depending on what plan you get. I've seen senior pet insurance b fifty to sixteen and plus dollars a month for some big dogs. And I think it varies on what you want. So that's where your veterinarian and your shirts wrapped who work with you to get the plan. That's best suit your needs. Most people actually settle for plans that are what they call the emergency plans where if there is a life threatening situation. That's when the insurance will kick it. I think that the best time to get it is when they're young and healthy. There's no preexisting conditions. You can set your rate based on what you want to get and your veterinarian will give you the best guidelines for the pet insurance that they deal with. I think that the the big pet insurance names out. There have been doing it for pets a lot. You're going to see these names that I've seen some issues with some of these other insurance companies that come out there. But having said that I think every major insurance company realizes the benefits pensions and are starting to have insurance out there. So I stick with the ones that have been good to me with respect to their links with veterinary community. So you're veterinary will again have their favorites there now with respect to payment, unlike human insurance where you walk in and they go here's your copay or whatever the pensions works a little differently. You actually pay upfront. Then you submit your invoices, they will ask for the veterinarian notes and records for that situation. And they will reimburse you, and it's a percentage. Of what your vet Bill is. I think it's up to eighty percent coverage for many of the emergency situation. So for example, it could cost thousands of dollars to have your pet in an emerging long-term referral situation..

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"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

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"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

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"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

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"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Carry a lot of different products at family practitioners or general practitioners don't need to carry. And Dr T summarize it so well, but just be aware. Yes. We can definitely work with your bet Neria to help keep costs down. But just be aware. It's going to be a little bit more expensive because of that overhead or because of that specialized equipment, and I think a point that should be made just is that we're not there to to throw the entire kit and caboodle at you. I think that a lot of times you as a pet parent. You'll be presenting with what's called an estimate for services and a lot of times from day practitioner standpoint. Absolutely. There's a lot of leeway that we can work with you. You know to get the best medical care for what you can afford for your pet in the same way in emergency situation. There's definitely gonna be things that have to be done and things that they'll talk about our possibilities. So you'll always be presented with options and. You know, I think one thing that needs to be stated in I'm a huge proponent for. This is that pet insurance will definitely help you. And I always tell clients that pet insurance mostly helped you in an emergent situation or a situation later in life. When your pet is really ill, and you need to get that specialty service. I think that's where pet insurance is really worth. It's weight and gold and a friend of ours. Just in Garrick told me that a lot of times when he's in the exam room, and he's preparing an estimate for client about the the much needed care that this bird situation needs that what is brings us a sigh of relief from everybody involved is that there is pet insurance out there. And I think that pet insurance is something that if you don't have for your pet. I would definitely look into getting it every veterinarian has a different take on which one their favorite pet insurance is, but I think it's valuable in situations like this, and I really think it pays for itself in situations. Like, this you bring up a great point. So when it comes to pet insurance, do you mind just giving some of our pet owners out there a little bit of information? Like how much does it typically cost a year? Should you get it as a puppy, or when they're older, what should owners be prepared for is it a third party? Do parents have to pay the initial upfront fees and get reimbursed later, how does it work? Great question. So the best time to get pet insurance is when you have a young healthy, puppy or kitten because you want to prevent the situation where you have pre existing conditions. And so the best time to get is the talk you back near at your puppy kitten. Visit I think the price is variable. I've seen patent shirts for cats. Cheapest fifteen ten fifteen dollars a month, depending on what plan you get. I've seen senior pet insurance be fifty to sixty and plus dollars a month for some big dogs. And I think it varies on what you want. So that's where your veterinarian and your shirt's wrapped to work with you to get the plan. That's best suits your needs. Most people actually settle for plans that are what they call the emergent plants where if there is a life threatening situation. And that's when the insurance will kick it. I think that the best time to get it is when they're young and healthy. There's no preexisting conditions. You can set your rate based on what you want to get your veterinarian will give you the best guidelines for the pet insurance that they deal with. I think that the the big pet insurance names out. There have been doing it for pets a lot. You're going to see these names that I've seen some issues with some of these other insurance companies to come out there. But having said that I think every major insurance company realizes the benefits of insurance and are starting to have insurance out there. So I stick with the ones that have been good to me with respect to their links with veterinary community, so you and your veterinarian will again have their favorites there now with respect to payment, unlike human insurance where you walk in and they go here's your copay or whatever the pensions works a little differently. You actually pay up front. Then you submit your invoices. They will ask for the veterinarian notes and records for that situation. And they will reimburse you, and it's a percentage of what? Your vet Bill is I think it's up to eighty percent coverage for many of the emergency situation. So for example, it could cost thousands of dollars to have your pet in an emerging long-term referral situation. And if eighty percent of that is covered by insurance that is a big savior. And it prevents the big thing about pet insurance. Is it actually prevents the what we call a medical youth anisia? It's a situation.

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"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Threatening trauma. Or they need emergency surgery. Be carry a lot of different products that family practitioners or general practitioners don't need to carry. And Dr T summarize it so well, but just be aware. Yes. We can definitely work your bet Neria to help keep costs down. But just be aware. It's going to be a little bit more expensive because of that overhead or because of that specialized equipment, and I think a point that should be made just in is that we're not there to to throw the entire kit and caboodle at you. I think that a lot of times you as a pet parent. You'll be presenting with what's called an estimate for services and a lot of times from a day practitioner standpoint. Absolutely. There's a lot of leeway that we can work with you. You know to get the best medical care for what you can afford for your pet in the same way in emergency situation. There's definitely gonna be things that have to be done and things that they'll talk about, you know, our possibilities. So you always be presented with options. And you know, I think one thing that needs to be stated in I'm a huge proponent for. This is that pet insurance. Will definitely help you. And I always tell clients that pet insurance mostly helps you in an emergent situation or a situation later in life. When your pet is really ill, and you need to get that specialty service. I think that's where pet insurance is really worth. It's weight and gold and a friend of ours. Just en- Garrick told me that a lot of times when he's in the exam room. And he's preparing an estimate for client about the the much needed care that this bird situation needs that what is brings us a sigh of relief from everybody involved is that there is pet insurance out there. And I think that pet insurance is something that if you don't have for your pet. I would definitely look into getting it every veterinarian has a different take on which one their favorite pet insurance is. But I think it's valuable in situations like this, and I really think it pays for itself in situations. Like, this you bring up a great point. So when it comes to pet insurance, do you mind just giving some of our pet owners out there little bit of information like how much does it typically cost a year? Should you get it as a puppy or when they're older what should? Owners be prepared for is it a third party? Do parents have to pay the initial upfront fees and get reimbursed later, how does it work? Great question. So the best time to get pet insurance is when you have a young healthy, puppy or kitten because you want to prevent the situation where you have pre existing conditions. And so the best time to get is the talk you back nearing at your puppy kitten. Visit I think the price is variable. I've seen patent shirts for cats is cheapest fifteen ten fifteen dollars a month, depending on what plan you get. I've seen senior pet insurance b fifty to sixty and plus dollars a month for some big dogs. And I think it varies on what you want. So that's where your veterinarian and your shirt's wrapped to work with you to get the plan. That's best suits your needs. Most people actually settle for plans. That are what they call the emergent plans where if there is a life threatening situation. That's when the insurance will kick it. I think that the best time to get it is when they're young and healthy. There's no pre existing conditions. You can set your rate based on what you want to get your veterinarian will give you the best guidelines for the insurance that they deal with. I think that the the big pet insurance names out. There have been doing it for pets a lot. You're going to see these names that I've seen some issues with some of these other insurance companies that come out there. But having said that I think every major insurance company realizes the benefits of and are starting to have insurance out there. So I stick with the ones that have been good to me with respect to their links with veterinary community. So you and your veterinary will again have their favorites there now with respect to payment, unlike human insurance where you walk in and they go here's your copay or whatever the pensions works a little differently. You actually pay up front. Then you submit your invoices. They will ask for the veterinarian notes and records for that situation. And they will reimburse you, and it's a percentage of what your vet Bill is. I think it's up to eighty percent coverage for many of the emergency situation. So. For example, it could cost thousands of dollars to have your pet in an emergent long-term referral situation. And if eighty percent of that is covered by insurance that is a big savior. And it prevents the big thing about Penn sheri- is it actually prevents the what we call a medical euthanasia. It's a.

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"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on WBAI

"I'm sad to say and that people would be a bit loss if most people in this country got into natural or alternative it's called medicine. Once everything was up and running prepackaged pre-prepared health. Health store. It's all there for you. They're books. You know, what happens if that all goes away? Where are the roots? Well, that's what I've spent thirty years doing is finding the roots to all of these prepackaged pre-prepared nicely presented. But if they go away, what would you do you would know? So that's what this DVD. It's over four hours. You know, I was laughing Warren piece, I didn't realize when I started it would be so much information. I didn't realize it's phenomenal. It really is. I mean, I'm I'm really impressed. I've gone through the DVD's, and you packed so much information here. And as I was watching I, you know, I'm trained herbalist and I both so managed a holistic healthcare center. And so when I first saw the said, I thought okay, you see so many materials new books new box sets and half the time. They really don't have that much to offer or you cringe. When you hear the things that they're sharing with people? And so I did not have high expectations when I popped. In the DVD's. And I kept what I kept saying as I watched you and listen to you. I was like that's right on point. This is exactly the kind of stuff that I love sharing especially when I was a practicing was seen clients. You know, I also called it kitchen medicine, and I also called a grocery store medicine, but the stuff that I love to share with people is the stuff that you can either roll right out into your yard and pick or for those of us who don't have a lot of access to land. We can roll right into the grocery store go to the produce aisle where the herbs and the roots are and pick so much medicine. And I remember when I would share that with people because one of the things that puts people off sometimes about natural medicine is that it's become a commodity a very pricey commodity. And so people just don't even get started. Because they think oh, I don't have any more money to spend on going and buying these supplements. And these herbs, and you know, just stick with what I've got going. The great thing about kitchen medicine and grocery store medicine and garden medicine is that like you said it's pennies on the dollar. It's very accessible. It's very simple. And it's incredibly empowering, you know, when you are in a bind you feel virus coming on. And instead of you know, having to go down to the drugstore and part with, you know, ten fifteen dollars for something over the counter or even more if it's a prescription when you can go into the grocery store and for a few dollars, you know, by an herb or root, and take it home and make a tincture or a T or an oil extraction. And you're better you feel yourself getting better. Right. When you start to take it that feeling of not only am I getting better on my own. But it's I'm getting better naturally and getting better with something from the earth that whole combination is so empowering, and you don't have that. The drug hangover that you can sometimes have when you take these medications that make you drowsy or have side effects like, you know, your stomach hurt. So you have a new problem is often. What happens is you trade one for another? Oh, Trump's.

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"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"ten fifteen dollars" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"You know that ends up being really expensive. We have to carry blood transfusion products in case your dog or cat comes in for life threatening trauma. Or are they need emergency surgery? Carry a lot of different products that family practitioners or general practitioners don't need to carry. And Dr T summarize it so well, but just be aware. Yes. We can definitely work with your veterenarian to help keep costs down. But just be aware. It's gonna be a little bit more expensive because of that overhead or because of that specialized equipment, and I think a point that should be made just is that we're not there to to throw the entire kit and caboodle at you. I think that a lot of times you as a pet parent. You'll be presenting with what's called an estimate for services and a lot of times from day practitioner standpoint. Absolutely. There's a lot of leeway that we can work with you. You know to get the best medical care for what you can afford for your pet in the same way in emergency situation. There's definitely gonna be things that have to be done and things that they'll talk about, you know, our possibilities. So you'll always be presented with options. And I think one thing that needs to be stated in I'm a huge proponent for. This is that pet insurance will definitely help you. And I always tell clients that pet insurance mostly helped you in an emergent situation or a situation later in life. When your pet is really ill, and you need to get that specialty service. I think that's where pet insurance is really worth. It's weight and gold and a friend of ours. Just en- Garrick told me that a lot of times when he's in the exam room, and he's preparing an estimate for client about the the much needed care that this emerged situation needs that what is brings us a sigh of relief from everybody involved is that there is pet insurance out there. And I think that pet insurance is something that if you don't have for your pet. I would definitely look into getting it every veterinarian has a different take on which one their favorite pet insurance is, but I think it's valuable in situations like this, and I really think it pays for itself in situations. Like, this you bring up a great point. So when it comes to pet insurance. Do you mind just giving some of our pet owners out there a little bit of information like how much does it typically cost a year? Should you get it as a puppy, or when they're older, what should owners be prepared for is it a third party? Do parents have to pay the initial upfront fees and get reimbursed later, how does it work? Great question. So the best time to get pet insurance is when you have a young healthy, puppy or kitten because you want to prevent the situation where you have pre existing conditions. And so the best time to get is the talk you back Near Net, your puppy kitten. Visit I think the price is variable. I've seen patent shirts for cats is cheapest fifteen ten fifteen dollars a month, depending on what plan you get. I've seen senior pet insurance be fifty to sixty and plus dollars a month for some big dogs. And I think it varies on what you want. So that's where your veterinarian and your shirt's wrapped could work with you to get the plan. That's best suits your needs. Most people actually settle for plans. That are what they call the. Emergent plants where if there is a life threatening situation. That's when the insurance will kick it. I think that the best time to get it is when they're young and healthy. There's no preexisting conditions. You can set your rate based on what you want to get and your veterinarian will give you the best guidelines for the pet insurance that they deal with. I think that the the big pet insurance names out. There have been doing it for pets a lot. You're going to see these names that I've seen some issues with some of these other insurance companies come out there. But having said that I think every major insurance company realizes the benefits pensions and are starting to have insurance out there. So I stick with the ones that have been good to me with respect to their links with veterinary community. So you and your veterinary will again have their favorites there now with respect to payment, unlike human insurance where you walk in and they go here's your copay or whatever the pensions works a little differently. You actually pay up front. Then you submit your invoices. They will ask for the veterinarian notes and records for that situation. And they will reimburse you, and it's a percentage of what your vet Bill is. I think it's up to eighty percent coverage for many of the emergence situation. So for example, it could cost thousands of dollars to have your pet in an emergent long-term referral situation. And if eighty percent of that is covered by insurance is a big savior. And it prevents the big thing about pet insurance. Is it actually prevents the what we call medical euthanasia?.

Garrick Dr T eighty percent fifteen ten fifteen dollars