18 Burst results for "Thirty Five Thousand Year"

Should I Take the Safe Job or Do What I Love?

The Marie Forleo Podcast

04:22 min | 1 year ago

Should I Take the Safe Job or Do What I Love?

"So now I'm part time due to the economy however I think this is the greatest gift of a my background is in video production and development. Here is a situation my best friend adviser setting me up with the job that I don't really want. It's focused on graphic design number crunching and sitting behind minded desk for around thirty five thousand year awesome for just being out of college and Patrick Rights however my passion is in the entertainment industry. I really WANNA find work in Hollywood alleyways or even here at home in Chicago working behind the scenes with media and video. Do I take the job that will provide comfort and pay the bills or should I pursue my odd dream job. Even though I'll start at the bottom I'll be able to use my entrepreneurial skills to work my way up little sidebar. My friend is saying that I will be throwing away a big relationship opportunity with him and this company by turning down the job because it will greatly expand my capabilities tendencies however are to actually work in something really. WanNa do you do I pursue my dreams and sacrifice and hospital relationships or the close front Patrick Awesome Freakin question and I have a very very strong opinion. You're Patrick what I say. Now run to your freaking dream job. Now go for it. Yes yes yes yes. Yes and I think your friend is. Maybe talk your friend but we'll talk about him. In a minute here is the deal Patrick's. Now is your time now. Of course I think you should pursue your passion at any age but the truth is the a younger you start the easier. It can be so you say just add college which means you're likely in your early twenties. This is the thing this probably only time in your life brother that you're not. GonNa have big financial obligations like mortgage or a family to take care of so you need to run. Do Not Walk to your dream job do it now. I also want to mention three things in your question that caught my attention that rhymed. I you say ore. Should I pursue my dream job. Where even though all start at the bottom demanding I'll be able to use my entrepreneurial skills to work my way up the salary they are offering. You is thirty five thousand a year. I got news for you man that he started out the bottom line is is that it really is an entry level salary salaries you might as well start at the bottom and feel that you really want to work in rather than push papers and number crunching just because you're a friend. Slash advisor wants you to do it when you're young long. Hungary and willing to produce results consistently. That's a key word. You're really gonNA work your way up to big opportunities fast. Here's the problem I run into with a lot of people. That are your age. They're inconsistent. They may be super talented than great at what they do and driven but they're not producing results consistently there either to focused don partying or they have personal drama and it really gets in the way of their professionalism and of moving up in their field don't do that once you get your foot in the door a star from the GECKO and here's what that means show up on time be proactive be professional. You want to treat the person's business whoever you're working for like it's your business awesome. Tell you do that. The Sky is going to be the limit second. Thing I want to mention is I'm a little suspect of your best friend or adviser as you call them. You only WanNa work work with someone who has your best interest in mind. Here's the thing with a real friend. You are never gonNA lose out on some big relationship opportunity. Why because all they're going to want is the best for you. What's in your best interest. What you want in your heart. They're going to be happy for you even if it doesn't serve them now the final thing I want to highlight highlight which is the most important is this. You said my tendency however actually work in something that I really want to do. There's an old saying and it goes like like this and here's people rarely succeed at anything unless they they have fun doing it bottom line Patrick. If you enjoy media and video production do it for life and get paid for it. Go follow your dream but now trust me when I say it is possible to get paid for doing what you love. You'll never regret doing what your heart tells you to do. That's all I got for you Patrick. I hope you enjoy it this way to your now. If you've got insight to share about going for your dreams I want to hear about it in the comments

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"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Alexis in the morning on my talk on a seven one on Jay's relax the don McLean. once again we apologize we are not at the state fair today because of weather concerns the other shows will be there. we'll be back tomorrow. full weather this week that's good news. so thank you for your patience we apologize but again all the other shows will be there so have fun tell me said hi and the Jason show too by the way we will not be live out there because if there's lightning it poses a safety risk to our staff so it's always an abundance of caution when you're dealing with lightning in satellite trucks and the like so thank you for your. thank you in advance for your understanding we greatly appreciate it are breaking down the eight thousand one hundred and twelve things that broke over the weekend on the Disney fan convention dawn I if you go to the Star Wars official YouTube page don you will see a beautiful copy of the new footage from the rise of sky Walker they just dropped a lot try not to P. on yourself that's all I'm gonna say they already have to go to the bathroom bowl I've been holding it well then I would go to the bathroom before you watch. it's not good. it's really that good so anyway just a late doing. what sweetheart circus soleil that's right keep me on track I'm. because there's so much news coming out of disease twenty three so I Disney springs which is basically what I consider another park at Walt Disney World in Florida it's there shopping restaurant land is basically what it is there is a there's a permanent cirque de soleil structure a giant arena that's been there I believe since Disney springs open well the show that was their clothes and and we wonder like okay they're gonna leave this giant this and show you what our policy on empty what are they going to do what every cast member we had spoken to over the last year everyone kept hearing rumors that no no no they're just you know that shows closing but they're working on a Disney theme cirque de soleil show which I thought magic nat well how long why did it take you so long but anyway so. it turns out that's exactly what they're doing yeah so. get permission well the details because you can't they're pretty stringent on not using the word Disney even unless they own it or any of that well that's probably what it is and I guess they're pushing technology because here's the tweet just announced a new show in collaboration with Sir to soleil is headed to Disney springs next year where animated characters will interact with cirque DU soleil performers. isn't that cool yeah Paula Abdul did it first so that's gonna be fun to see what we can do now. years later so I'm grabbing my my lip balm yeah so that's what's happening with cirque de soleil and that Coliseum is so pretty I'm I'm really excited to see what that show was going to be like Disneyland is getting a new parade called magic happens Hong Kong Disneyland they are transforming their entire castle you know each park has a castle yeah they are re doing the whole castle so yeah and your body the rock your body the rock made an appearance so always he do in promoting his movie with Emily blunt jungle cruise based on the ride to jungle group cruise so. yeah which and dislike is awesome are you can't wait for that I know you're counting the days down. I just want yeah I'm going to pee my pants all my gosh that last shot. I loved everything leading up to it too. right home man to be Christmas now. I don't I like the anticipation you want to wait I want somebody look forward to plus I don't want the saga to be over and it's like it's a it's a bitter sweet time they're going this direction I do too even if it's just for a brief moment it yeah. game I'd expected either. what we're talking about is at the convention they released a sizzle reel of the rights of sky Walker and the last shot of this will blow your mind that's that's all I'll say well and speaking of Disney odd because there's so much news and the fares going on usually we drop an episode of two very godfathers on Monday we're gonna be dropping it tomorrow so no new episode today look for us tomorrow everybody are you recording today we're gonna record today Yasser yeah well that's because there's just even stuff that's come out today even to make sure you include yeah so there's just too much too much and Paul black as you know I just ordered a new podcast equipment so that came in so I got to learn how to use it to buy. I know I'm like oh gosh I I I have to be technical so. for going out to the fair really because he didn't know we were. now listen in the. building and I know Paul watch there all by himself sorry no one told you I'm sorry Paul black and I'm sorry if all of you listening if you're out there right now again the threat of weather kept us back and and were and we're very sorry so we apologize it's just we had to be a little cautious because you never know what's what's gonna happen well John one thing I didn't mention with all the Disney news in Disney plus which is a streaming service there is a game of thrones if for game of thrones fans there's good news right yes a game. yes can Farington he is joining the cast of the terminals which Angelina Jolie is it is supposed to be the new franchise were super heroes of Seoul that is going to be super cool I'm totally and now did you did you ever read that comic book don I did not know but the new cast it has Angelina Jolie's Salma Hayek Richard Madden so low. dean went in and that's a big character that's a massive role thirty five thousand year old aliens this what they play can hearing did as a part of those people well it's great well last night how appropriate is that well and then also also they release there's gonna be a Black Panther sequel right on to as well that is correct yeah what's new. we're just a it's an over abundance of cool details today yeah with the twenty three and now Black Panther will be in theaters will have to wait until twenty twenty two may sixth two thousand twenty two when I put that in the grid ivory do you realize what year it is. I forget that we're not like when I was a kid and I thought about what the year twenty two thousand twenty two would look like even to that I'm like is that right okay seriously question myself we're almost there all my gosh I know I that's it's funny the survey on such a weird thing that happens with your brain and you go wait a minute I'm running out of time. yeah I got to do cool things still I know twenty twenty two so it's a lack panther comes out the next one out yeah that's correct yeah may sixth two thousand twenty two yeah so we've got a lot of stuff before that obviously we've got for New Orleans V. all yeah there's also one called right ray and the last dragon and the dragon is played by.

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"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Know we were he's there now and in the building and I know Paul what's there all by himself sorry no one told you I'm sorry Paul black and I'm sorry if all of you listening if you're out there right now again the threat of weather kept us back and and were and we're very sorry so we apologize it's just we had to be a little cautious because you never know what's what's going to happen well John one thing I didn't mention with all the Disney news a Disney plus which is a streaming service there is a game of thrones if for game of thrones fans there's good news right yes a game yes can't bearing ten he is joining the cast of the turtles which Angelina Jolie is it is supposed to be the new franchise were super heroes so that is going to be super cool I'm totally and now did you did you ever read that comic book don I did not know but the new cast it has Angelina Jolie's Salma Hayek Richard Madden so long dean Raden and that's a big character that's a massive role thirty five thousand year old aliens this what they play can hearing did as a part of people all it's great well last night how appropriate is that well and then also also they released there's gonna be a Black Panther sequel right on to as well that is correct yeah new we're just a it's an over abundance of cool details today yeah with the twenty three and now Black Panther will be in theaters will have to wait until twenty twenty two may sixth two thousand twenty two when I put that in the grid ivory do you realize what year it is like I forget that we're not like when I was a kid and I thought about what the year twenty two thousand twenty two would look like or even to the I'm like is that right okay seriously question myself yeah.

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"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on Brains On!

Brains On!

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on Brains On!

"Are long gone extinct in camels and bears and you know and things that we don't have around here anymore and then they just some carbon dating we have advising the thirty five thousand years old we have a horse's thirty eight thousand years old so were even getting older as we get down deeper into the dirt so about two hundred feet into that now and we're still digging we have good airflow coming our still fighting this this is turned into a treasure trove of bones and there's a pretty good chance that this cave will be connected at some point to win case but it's still too early to tell whether that's gonna be the case but since marquess the one defined it he was the one that got the name it and since he's only been able to get down about two hundred feet in the last twelve years he calls it persistence cave it's been taking a while to get the point eight point b and i said you know is is don't give up hope and you know be persistent in that will pay off in his persistence will pay off in will be into the the the big cave system as the excavation continues the limestone walls the persistence will most likely share some features of win cave you may have seen other limestone caves what's tights dripping from above and still i might protruding from the ground those icicle looking formations take centuries to form they use water that's slowly dripping through the mineral filled ground compared to those other limestone caves win cave is pretty dry you'll only find a handful of stalactites in slack mites there instead instead it's passage ways are lined with different kinds of mineral formations frost work popcorn in books were frustrated looks like pale crystal snowflakes protruding out in little tough since spines reminds me a little bit of those clusters of coral you might see underwater and the ocean the most delicious founding formation popcorn looks a little like bumpy styrofoam bubbles that are sort of growing out of each other an out of the wall the most unique formation however is box were in fact ninety five percent of being tire world's known box where it is in this case it is everywhere it kind of looks like the stringing insides sides of the pumpkin or maybe close up picture of a spiderweb i took one of the cave tours with the ranger named early end he explained how box work is formed the limestone that were in it's really all were talking mississippi an era in geologic time three hundred twenty three hundred fifty million years old old in the dinosaurs and when this limestone is really young it was flat and above us there were no primaries there were no hills it was all a see that see trickled down into the cracks in the limestone and it brought with it a bunch of different minerals but most importantly for the box work over there and also for things like crossword mineral called how face and that cal say got down into the craft hard to very very very long period of time now most like limestone caves form because of liquid called curb onic acid in this cave is no different in that regard these caverns filled up with carbonic acid and that acid if dissolve the way the feelings the walls and floors now carbonic as it sounds pretty nasty but it's really just soda pop most of us drinking almost everyday soda pop seltzer water.

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"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

09:54 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"I would like to know how I can get in the mobile home park business in may. Well, Joe is I say when I woke up from the concussion, it just seemed like a good idea to buy a mobile home park. I got into the business about eleven years ago, initially, I thought I wanted to diversify out of the stock market. I wanted to buy probably initially I was thinking about buying an apartment building and ended up doing some online research and kept finding mobile home parks were this quirky little niche of multifamily that yielded a lot more money than regular apartment buildings. So I did some research and basically figured out why this is a much more interesting niche than traditional multifamily investing in bought my first park and another park have now grown up and with some others. We we've raised some money and we bought about two dozen parks nationwide. Tell me a little bit more about the process, you're doing research, you find out that mobile parks are more profitable or gives you a higher cap rate. Then let's say an apartment building. And I'm imagining that has to deal with risk tell me the structured. I mean, if I were to do this why by land, and then the people put their own mobile homes on my land, and I charge them rant. How does all this stuff work? Well, good questions. We don't actually develop mobile, home parks. We would much rather by the cash flows in place. So we're typically buying cards that have been built say, you know, somewhere back after the war fifties sixties sometimes into the seventies. And again, we typically purchase them with. Let's just say eighty even ninety percent already full with folks that own their own homes. So that means the cash is flowing as it were if we were to develop a part, I that's very very difficult to do. That's one of the things that makes this such a quirky niche in so profitable is the government regulation. So it's generally not possible to build mobile, home parks anymore pretty much every city and county has outlawed that over about the last thirty years. So you tend to buy parts in place, and again, maybe they're ten percent vacant maybe twenty and then at the margin, we can buy new or used homes. Bring those in our goal is always to make a good return for our investors and also to expand the supply of affordable housing, so we're a for profit. But we've also very much got a social mission with with what we give. So we're filling that last little bit. But it's usually already been fully constructed those pads are just sitting there vacant and again, we're buying new or used homes bringing them in putting them on those pads and opening them out to new lower income families. So I go to the mobile home park, right? So do I own the mobile home? But you own the land that my mobile homes sitting on is I guess my question. Yes. So that puts me as a landlord in a pretty good position. I've got a responsible tenant. They do own almost all of them do own that mobile home. You know, if you're making thirty thirty five thousand year income this is your path forward to homeownership at least for now, and you can always trade up later. But yeah, by and large the folks own their homes, and therefore all those proverbial leaky toilets and leaky roofs are on the maintenance of those is on them. They're the homeowner. I just collect the lot rent into the ground. So basically, this business is a lot like the parking lot business, except we have mobile homes instead of cars and they're much more permanent storage too. I would imagine well somewhat except what's that's another very good business. If I couldn't be in the mobile home park business, I'd probably be in self storage. But the issue with self storage. Is there you do have some real estate to improve and maintain. There are bricks and mortar there whereas again, we generally just are buying parts with roads and some pipes in the ground the water the sewer, but that's it. We we have many parks where we literally don't own anything that sticks up out of the ground. Many of our parks. You get are more affordable. Maybe an average lot random three hundred bucks. But that means typically there isn't even a clubhouse or a pool tennis courts. Those tend to be much higher end mobile, home parks that have those sorts of improvements so often we just literally own so certainly the improvements that right right on the surface of the land or below it and anything else that sticks up out of the land. We don't have to maintain those mobile homes are owned by the residence, and again that makes them a much more responsible tenant than say a typical apartment building renter. We've got tenants that have really an owner's mentality, which is way better than. Again, investing in an apartment building where you have traditional imperturbable, renters damage places and turnover every couple of years are tenants because they own those homes, and although they're called mobile. They really aren't again, these are mobile homes, not RV's. There's no engine in them. They get tied down to the ground permanently are tenants tend to stick around for a decade or more. So we've got lower maintenance and lower turnover than apartment buildings, and as I mentioned earlier, it's illegal to really build any new parks. Why is that? Well, you know, if you're a local city or county, you know, alderman or whatever those folks is titles are if you've got the skills and interest to run in a local election and get elected. Honestly, you're probably at least middle class or upper middle class. They're very few people that get elected to city councils that live in mobile, home parks. So, unfortunately, a lot of folks that live in single family houses look down on people that live in mobile homes. There've been a couple of studies done showing that in fact mobile home parks, do not have higher crime rates than their surrounding neighborhoods. So I think it's unfortunate, and it's largely an undeserved reputation. Retirement communities that juncture, I think my aunt in Arizona view on that Jefferson. I don't give me the name and number of the owner. But yeah. So there are communities, obviously in the sun belt a lot in in Arizona, more in Florida. That is probably I would guess five percent of all the Marquette ten at the most. So the overwhelming majority of mobile, home parks are what we call all ages. So there may well be seniors in the first park. I ever bought was probably a third or more seniors instill is, but officially designated seniors communities again are a fairly small percent of the total market out. There of parks. Okay. I got a question I'm complete novice. I know nothing about real estate investing. But I know that occupancy is a big deal. So how does that work in terms of a mobile home park as opposed to traditional real estate investing? Right. So we, of course, look we'll research the occupancy before we buy a park will then market it two ways, we do market that we have usually empty pads, and we'll even often pay to move. Move a mobile home in as I mentioned, it is expensive to move these. Let's just say roughly three thousand six thousand for both the move. And then getting the new skirting put on the house and the new pipes. All connected. So we'll often pay at least half sometimes all that to anybody that owns their own home and wants to bring it in. But honestly, not for many people move, even when when you pay for the mood. So we then again will by bring in either new or used mobile homes, and we'll often finance those. So we advertise those again on, you know, places like Craigslist and Zillow and then we'll be able to provide somebody a house generally, say a three bedroom. House roughly twelve hundred square feet a three bedroom. Two bath house probably for two thousand dollars down maybe three and maybe their total payments would be say six fifty maybe seven hundred a month. And in most of our markets folks would have otherwise been living in an apartment building with only say two bedroom apartment. For probably closer to nine hundred in most of our markets. So again, we're able to get folks on a path to homeownership trip less money than living in an apartment building. So how do you make your money is that then renting out just the land four are you? Now saying, hey, I'm buying some of these homes, and then selling them to other individuals that you wanna fill your occupancy up. Yeah. So we'll do both where I am. Now at Park Avenue partners will actually buy homes finance them for tenants will own them often outright and put them on a rent to own agreement. But we do also work with a couple of large lenders that will actually own and finance the house. That means we don't ever really have to take title to that house. They'll move in a mobile home in will work with them to find someone qualified that will move into the house, and then that person. Pays their mortgage to that Bank? And they pay us the lot rent. So yeah, we make money principally by collecting lot rent. I'm guessing that's probably about ninety percent of our revenue. You know, the remaining ten would be from financing houses. And then we pay the local manager we pay the property taxes. We maintain the roads in those pipes in the ground. And when all is said and done usually there's still a profit for us. We make our money for just a second. We're speaking to Jefferson lily of Park Avenue partners. He's a mobile home park investment expert, and we will be right back after this. The show is called your money, your wealth. Whole who's.

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"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"So as you can tell her flat feet, this drum enough that I'm not big fan of bonds, and I like to use annuities in some cases to replace the income that that's needed. So I talked about real estate. So I'll give you a real simple example. I'm looking at a client's portfolio right now that we ran a stress test on and she has about a million dollars. And if we go through another two thousand eight financial crisis, she's gonna lose a quarter million dollars. Let me ask you is that okay with you. Can you lose twenty five percent of your portfolio and have a good retirement? No, we we have a saying that we're not gonna invest our portfolio for income and anything that can crash so looking at what we're doing for her to produce income. We took a quarter million dollars of that asset put it into a real estate investment. She's earning around six percent little more. In fact, this money if you own it in an after tax investment that appreciation will offset the income. You get a lot of tax benefits with it. Then we used about another three hundred thousand of buying an annuity. That's gonna pay her around six percent. So what we've done already created out of six hundred thousand dollars of assets. Six fifty we've produced income you're talking about thirty five thousand year social security on top of that, you know, whatever small pension. She has you're talking now fifty sixty thousand dollars a year, plus in that's only that's only about six hundred thousand million. Then we do is we we we what I call bifurcated the portfolio. We're gonna take half the portfolio or whatever percentage we need. We wanted to have the most amount of income from the least amount of assets. So we have the income then we can invest the difference. Let's say four hundred thousand dollars in growth, assets were still gonna use downside protection. I always have a same wanna participate in the upmarket. We want to protect the downside. So again, if you wanna get a second opinion for me deal with all these questions do a stress us in your portfolio kind of risk. You have is most of you have no idea do AFI analysis most of your paying three or four percent and fees that you were totally unaware.

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"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on WWL

WWL

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on WWL

"Then collect our retirement and hope for the best down in palm springs or florida somewhere when the weather's terrible so that attracted me as somebody who is sort of getting bored with the the conventional life that i would living even in the air force while does that was and drew me to it there's mortar reality than meets the eye and one thing i will say though you made a good point there where people embiid it's an easy life right now it is to the point where people forget how to survive any other way and jv and i were talking about this not too long ago when i had a friend who lost power during during a blizzard and they were complaining all all the food in my fridge is gonna go bad i don't know what to do we'll common sense or tell you to put it in the snow if outside i mean there's ways to waste to live but people don't think a lot they don't think outside the box anymore now ramp rant this is a thirty five thousand year old individual that she's she's making contact with and he talked quite a bit about his life and his time and his rebellion against the status quo at that time because he lived here on the pacific coast and to earth changes his culture was displaced and they emigrated as refugees to the elation culture where they were treated as because they weren't technologically oriented they were more mindfully virtually oriented as a culture and they retreated us slaves and used a slave labor and then as a teenager he rebelled against that and and started his own revolution and armenian and march for many years and built up quite a following in his lifetime was betrayed and run through an almost died and recovered over many years and in that time he discovered the the life force in nature who is just as own study of of life itself and the ultimate we learn how to transcend his body and then take his body with them into a an ascension scenario something like we described to jesus or buddha or even muhammad in some of the indian pantheon as well so counts himself as as an ascended master somebody who conquers death and took his body with them and couldn't turn eight doesn't have to could reappear in his own body and has been a ongoing conscious awareness of all awareness in all that time and in his incarnation adopted many children that were refugees and in that time or his first and eldest daughter of adoption was named romania and that was jay z in this incarnation she didn't want to get married off to one of his generals she wanted to fight instead of being a housewife and she wouldn't let her but he did say he would train her and that one day she would be able to lead and fight and so he had worked with her over subsequent information to prepare for this time and his return to a worldwide collapsing consciousness as we discussed just a moment ago of consumer consciousness and somebody else will take care of it and to say you know there is another way and you can be more self sufficient you can be more self empowered and you can be greater and you can get back to evolving devolving okay now you did bring up that he was injured due to a sword wound is that pretty much stating that we had this technology thirty five thousand years ago and we lost it and then found founded again yes exactly in fact at the time that he was on the planet there was a high tech civilization from another planet that had interstellar and interplanetary craft and so it was a mixed bag dan but with the intervening ice age and several other population decimating earth changes we lost a lot of technology in history and.

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"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"And we can just you know put in our thirty years and then collect retirement and hope for the best done in palm springs florida somewhere when the weather's not too terrible so that attracted me as somebody who is sort of getting bored with the the conventional life living even in the air force's while does that was and drew me to it as there's more mortar reality than meets the eye and one thing i will say though you made a good point there where people nba it's an easy life right now it is to the point where people forget how to survive any other way and jv and i were talking about this not too long ago when i had a friend who lost power during during a blizzard and they were complaining all the food in my fridge is gonna go bad i don't know what to deal with common sense tell you to put it in the snow if outside i mean there's ways to waste to live but people don't think a lot they don't think outside the box anymore now this now ramp ranta this a thirty five thousand year old individual that she's she's making contact with and he caught quite a bit about his life and his time and his rebellion against the status quo at that time because he lived here on the pacific coast and to earth changes his culture was displaced and they emigrated as refugees to the elation culture where they were treated as because they weren't technologically oriented they were more mindfully virtually oriented as a culture and they retreated us lays and use the slave labor and then at a teenager he rebelled again and started his own revolution and armenian and march for many years and go up quite a following in his lifetime kelly was betrayed and run through and almost died disorder recovered over many years and in that time he discovered the the life force in nature who is just as study of of life itself and ultimately learned how to transcend his body and then take his body with them into a scenario something like we described to jesus or buddha or even mohammed our some of the indian pantheon as well so himself as as an attendant master somebody who conquers death and took his body with him and couldn't turn it doesn't have to could reappear in his own body and has been a ongoing conscious awareness evolving awareness in all that time span and in his incarnation many children that were refugees and in that time his first and eldest daughter adoption was named reminder and that was jay z in this incarnation she didn't want to get married off to one of his generals she wanted to fight instead of being a housewife and wouldn't let her but he did say he would train her one day she would be able to lead fight and so he had worked with her over subsequent information to prepare for this time and his return to a worldwide collapsing consciousness as we discussed just a moment ago of consumer consciousness and somebody else will take care of it and to say you know there is another way and you can be more self sufficient you can be more self empowered and you can be greater and you can get back to evolving instead of devolving okay now you did bring up that he was injured due to a sword wound is that pretty much stating that we had this technology thirty five thousand years ago and we lost it and then found sounded again exactly in fact at the time that he was on the planet there was a high tech civilization from another planet that had interstellar and interplanetary craft and so it was a mixed bag then but with the intervening ice age and several other population decimating earth changes we lost a lot of technology in history and.

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"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Can just you know put in our thirty years and then collect our retirement and hope for the best done in palm springs or florida somewhere when the weather's terrible so that attracted me as somebody who is sort of getting bored with the the conventional life that i was living even in the air force's welder that was and drew me to it as more to reality than meets the eye and one thing i will say though you made a good point there where people it's an easy life right now it is to the point where people forget how to survive any other way and jv and i were talking about this not too long ago when i had a friend who lost power during a during a blizzard and they were complaining all all the food in my fridge is gonna go bad i don't know what to do with common sense or tell you put it in the snow if outside i mean there's ways to waste to live but people don't think a lot they don't think outside the box anymore now ramp rant this thirty five thousand year old individual that she's she's making contact with and he caught quite a bit about his life and his time and his rebellion against the status quo at that time because he lived here on the pacific coast and to earth changes his culture was displaced and they emigrated as refugees to the elation culture where they were treated as because they weren't technologically oriented they were more mindfully virtually oriented as a culture and they retrieve the slaves and use the slave labor and then as a teenager he rebelled against that and and started his own revolution in armenian and march for many years and built up quite a following in his lifetime he was betrayed and run through and almost died from sword world and recovered over many years and in that time he discovered the the life force in nature who just as own study of of life itself and ultimately learned how to transcend his body and then take his body with him into a scenario something like we described to jesus or buddha or even to muhammad in some of the indian pantheon will so counts himself as as an ascended master somebody who conquered death and took his body with him and couldn't turn eight doesn't have to could reappear in his own body and has been a ongoing conscious awareness evolving awareness in all that time and his incarnation adopted many children that were refugees and in that time or his first and eldest daughter adoption was named romania and that was jay z in this incarnation she didn't want to get married off to one of his generals she wanted to fight instead of being a housewife and he wouldn't let her but he did say he would train her and at one day she would be able to lead and fight and so he had worked with her over subsequent incarnations to prepare her for this time and his return to a worldwide collapsing consciousness as we discussed just a moment ago of consumer consciousness in somebody else will take care of it and to say you know there is another way and you can be more self sufficient you can be more self empowered and you can be greater and you can get back to evolving instead of devolving okay now you did bring up that he was injured due to a sword wound is that pretty much stating that we had this technology thirty five thousand years ago and we lost it and then found founded again yes yeah exactly in fact at the time that he was on the planet there was a high tech civilization from another planet that had interstellar and interplanetary craft and so it was a mixed bag then but with the intervening ice age and.

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"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on KNSS

"Can just you know put in thirty years and then collect our retirement and hope for the best done in palm springs or florida somewhere when the weather's not too terrible so that attracted me as somebody who is sort of getting bored with the the conventional life i was living even in the air force's wilder that was and drew me to it as as more mortar reality than meets the eye and one thing i will say though you made a good point there where people embiid it's an easy life right now it is to the point where people forget how survive any other way jv and i were talking about this not too long ago when i had a friend who lost power during a during a blizzard and they were complaining all the food in my fridge is gonna go bad i don't know what to deal sensor tell you put it in the snow if outside i mean there's ways to waste to live but people don't think a lot they don't think outside the box anymore and i think that that now ramp ramphoosa this a thirty five thousand year old individual that she's she's making contact with and he caught quite a bit about his life and his time and his rebellion against the status quo at that time because he lived here on the pacific coast and to earth changes his culture was displaced and they emigrated as refugees to the elation culture where they were treated as because they weren't technologically oriented they were more mindfully virtually oriented culture and they retreated us ladies and use the slave labor and then as a teenager he rebelled against that and and started his own revolution and army and march for many years and built up quite a following in his lifetime he was betrayed and run through and almost died world and recovered over many years and in that time he discovered the the life force in nature who is just as own study of of life itself and ultimately learned how to transcend his body and then take his body with him into a an attention scenario something like we described to jesus or buddha or even muhammad in our some of the indian pantheon as well so counts himself as as an ascended master somebody who conquers death and took his body with him and couldn't turn eight doesn't have to could reappear in his own body and has been a ongoing conscious awareness evolving awareness in all that time and in his incarnation adopted many children that were refugees and in that time or his first and eldest daughter of adoption was named romania and that was jv in this incarnation she didn't want to get married off to one of his generals she wanted to fight instead of being a housewife and wouldn't let her but he did say he would train her and that one day she would be able to lead and fight and so he had worked with her over subsequent nations to prepare her for this time and his return to a worldwide collapsing consciousness as we discussed just a moment ago of consumer consciousness in somebody else will take care of it and there is another way and you can be more self sufficient you can be more self empowered and you can be greater and you can get back to evolving instead of devolving okay now you did bring up that he was injured due to a sword wound is that pretty much stating that we had this technology thirty five thousand years ago and we lost it and then found founded again yes exactly in fact at the time that he was on the planet there was a high tech civilization from another planet that had interstellar and interplanetary craft and so it was a mixed bag then but with the intervening ice age and several other population decimating earth changes we lost a lot of that technology in history and.

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"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on WWL

WWL

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on WWL

"Can just you know put in our thirty ears and then collect their retirement and hope for the best in palm springs or florida somewhere when the weather's terrible so that attracted me as somebody who is sort of getting bored with the the conventional life that i was living even in the air force's welded that was and drew me to it there's more to reality than meets the eye and one thing i will say though you made a good point there where people it it's an easy life right now it is to the point where people forget how to survive any other way and jv and i were talking about this not too long ago when i had a friend who lost power during a during a blizzard and they were complaining all all the food in my fridge is going to go i don't know what to do we'll commonsense tell you put it in the snow if outside i mean there's ways to waste to live but people don't think a lot they don't think outside the box anymore and i think that that now ramp ramphoosa this a thirty five thousand year old individual that she's she's making contact with yeah and he caught quite a bit about his life and his time and his rebellion against the status quo at that time because he lived here on the pacific coast and to earth changes is culture was displaced and they emigrated as refugees to the elation culture where they were treated as because they weren't technologically oriented they were more mindfully virtually oriented as a culture and they retrieve this slaves and use the slave labor and then as a teenager he rebelled against fast and and started his own revolution in armenian and march for many years and built up quite a following in his lifetime he was betrayed and run through an almost died and recovered over many years and in that time he discovered the the life force in nature who is just as own study of of life itself and the ultimate we learned how to transcend his body and then take his body with them into a scenario something like we described to jesus or buddha or even go mohammed in some of the indian pantheon will so counts himself as as an ascended master somebody who conquers death and took his body with him and couldn't carney doesn't have to could reappear in his own body and has been a ongoing conscious awareness evolving awareness in all that time and in his incarnation adopted many children that were were refugees and in that time his first and eldest daughter of adoption was named romania and that was jay z in this incarnation she didn't want to get married off to one of his generals wanted to fight instead of being a housewife and wouldn't let her but he did say he would train her and one day she would be able to lead and fight and so he had worked with her over subsequent nations to prepare her for this time and his return to a worldwide collapsing consciousness as we discussed just a moment ago of consumer consciousness and somebody else will take care of it and to say you know there is another way and you can be more self sufficient you can be more self empowered and you can be greater and you can get back to evolving instead of devolving okay now you did bring up that he was injured due to a sword wound is that pretty much stating that we had this technology thirty five thousand years ago and we lost it and then found sounded again yes exactly in fact at the time that he was on the planet there was a high tech civilization from another planet that had interstellar and interplanetary craft and so it was a mixed bag then but with the intervening ice age and several other population decimating earth changes we lost a lot of that technology in history and.

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"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Can just you know put in thirty years and then collect our retirement and hope for the best done in palm springs or florida somewhere when the weather's terrible so that attracted me as somebody who is sort of getting bored with the the conventional life that i was living even in the air force as well does that was and drew me to it as there's more to reality than meets the eye and one thing i will say though you made a good point there where people nba it's an easy life right now it is to the point where people forget how to survive any other way and jv and i were talking about this not too long ago when i had a friend who lost power during a during a blizzard and they were complaining all all the food in my fridge is gonna go bad i don't know what to do we'll common sense would tell you to put it in the snow if outside i mean there's ways to waste to live but people don't think a lot they don't think outside the box anymore and i think that that now ramp anthony this a thirty five thousand year old individual that she's she's making contact with and he talked quite a bit about his life and his time and his rebellion against the status quo at that time because he lived here on the pacific coast and to earth changes his culture was displaced and they emigrated as refugees to the elation culture where they were treated as because they weren't technologically oriented they were more mindfully spiritually oriented as a culture and they retreat us slaves and use the slave labor and then as a teenager he rebelled against that and and started his own revolution in armenian and march for many years and built up quite a following in his lifetime he was betrayed and run through almost died and recovered over many years and in that time he discovered the the life force in nature who lives just as on study of of life itself and ultimately learned how to transcend his body and then take his body with them into a an extension scenario something like we described to jesus or buddha or even muhammad in eller some of the indian pantheon will so count consult as as an master somebody who conquers death and took his body with them and couldn't carnegie doesn't have to could reappear in his own body and has been a ongoing conscious awareness evolving awareness in all that time and his incarnation adopted many children that were refugees and in that time his first and eldest daughter of adoption was named maya and that was jay z in this incarnation she didn't want to get married off to one of his generals she wanted to fight instead of being a housewife and she wouldn't let her but he did say he would train her and one day she would be able to lead and fight and so he had worked with her over subsequent incarnations to prepare her for this time and his return to a worldwide collapsing consciousness as we discussed just a moment ago of consumer consciousness and somebody else will take care of it and to say you know there is another way and you can be more self sufficient you can be more self empowered and you can be greater you can get back to evolving instead of devolving okay now you did bring up that he was injured due to a sword wound is that pretty much stating that we had this technology thirty five thousand years ago and we lost it and then found founded again yeah exactly in fact at the time that he was on the planet there was a high tech civilization from another planet that had interstellar and interplanetary craft and so it was a mixed bag but with the intervening ice age and several other population decimating on earth changes we lost a lot of that technology in history and.

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"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm charlie harger in 2017 i had the opportunity to cover so many stories and while we don't shy away from covering the tough topics year on kobo i have a soft spot for stories that can be lighthearted in a big googly back in september i had one of those stories here's art sanders hope you don't have any big plans this weekend colours charlie harger tells us a numerology believes are all going to die in a huge explosion on saturday that's great start we have no nod north korea something far more sinister nick beal david meade is a selfdescribed christian numerology just using codes from the bible and something from the pyramids he's been able to figure out what those egghead zad nasser habit there's a hurricane undiscovered planet nip beer it will also called planet x here he is speaking with irish radio and and got out famous go under bill and liberal around we agree on the show proud about bodies would grow the moon kudo a yet to be recognised niro says this planet is on a collision course with earth september 23rd sure you may be thinking this is a bit farfetched you know the whole planet exploding we're all going to die thing but here he amount is proof bible verses which he interprets to match the great american eclipse hurricane harvey in the flooding in taxes got every other and got theater but i know everybody i know so you can take 2017 to the bank so i have absolute zero doubt it's going to appear those same bible verses were used by others to predict the end of the world in may two thousand three before being moved to december 2012 there he is no evidence of us all dying on either of those occasions charlie harger komo news when i first reported that story turns out the planet wasn't destroyed you know he'd be able to tell that were actually about to happen the entity in this story i filed in april of thirty five thousand year old spiritual leaders weighing in on the presidency of donald trump komos charlie harder tells us more just when you thought politics couldn't get any stranger if she is to be taken by her were jay z night of hjelm channels ramtha a warrior who battled the dastardly atlanta games in thirty three thousand bc speaking through night at ramtha school of enlightenment ramtha himself offers appointed critique of today's fractured media environment.

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"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm charlie harger in 2017 i had the opportunity to cover so many stories and while we don't shy away from covering the tough topics year on kobo i have a soft spot for stories that can be lighthearted in a bit ghulvi back in september i had one of those stories here's art sanders hope you don't have any big plans this weekend colours charlie harger tells us a numerology believes are all going to die in a huge explosion on saturday start of where the no not north korea something far more sinister knit biru david meade is a selfdescribed christian numerology just using codes from the bible am something from the pyramids he's been able to figure out what those egg heads at nasa habit there's a hurricane undiscovered planet beer it will also called planet x here he is speaking with irish radio and and got out famous go under deal in the berlin mary's permanently on the show throughout about bodies of cordoba include i mean you have to be recognized kodak niro says this planet is on a collision course with earth september 23rd as you are you may be thinking this is a big part you know the whole planet exploding we're all going to die thing but here he amount is proof bible verses we he interprets to match the great american eclipse hurricane harvey and the flooding in texas i just got seve of every other investigator but i know everybody on those says you can take 2017 joe the bank so i i just have absolute zero down been going to appear seem bible verses were used by others to predict the end of the world in may two thousand three before being moved to december 2012 there is no evidence of us all dying on either of those occasions charlie harger komo news follow up when i first reported that story turns out the planet wasn't destroyed you know he'd be able to tell that were actually about to happen the entity in this story i filed in april of thirty five thousand year old spiritual leaders weighing in on the presidency of donald trump komos charlie harder tells us more just when you thought politics couldn't get any stranger if she used to be taken by her word jz night of hjelm channels ramtha a warrior who battled the dastardly atlanthia's in thirty three thousand b c speaking through night at ramp the school of enlightenment ramp himself offers appointed critique of.

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"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on KOMO

"The dog terry chris smith i'm kira jordan on komo news i'm charlie harger the in 2017 i had the opportunity to cover so many stories and while we don't shy away from covering the tough topics year on komeito i have a soft spot for stories that can be lighthearted in a bit googly back in september i had one of those stories here's art sanders hope you don't have any big plans this weekend colours charlie harger tells us a numerology believes are all going to die in a huge explosion on saturday thirty no not north korea something far more sinister nick biru david meade is a selfdescribed christian numerology just using codes from the bible and something from the pyramids he's been able to figure out what those egghead zach nasa habit there's a hurricane undiscovered planet nip vera who also called planet x here he is speaking with irish radio and in fact out moco under bill and liberal engineering i'm going to show proud about body or the moon kudo of yet to be recognised niro says this planet is on a collision course with earth september 23rd sure he may be thinking this is a bit farfetched you you know the whole planet exploding we're all going to die thing but here him out his proof bible verses which he interprets to match the great american eclipse hurricane harvey in the flooding in texas got but every other investigator that i know everybody on those says you can take 2017 to the bank so i i just i have absolute zero down it's going to appear seem bible verses were used by others to predict the end of the world in meeting thousand three before being moved to december 2012 there he is no evidence of us all dying on either of those occasions charlie hurt komo news the fall of when i first reported that story turns out the planet wasn't destroyed you know he'd be able to tell that were actually about to happen the entity in this story i filed in april of thirty five thousand year old spiritual leaders weighing in on the presidency of donald trump komos charlie harder tells us more just when you thought politics couldn't get any stranger if she is to be taken by her were jz night of hjelm channels ramtha a warrior who battled the dastardly atlanthia's and thirty three thousand bc speaking through night at the school of enlightenment ramtha himself offers appointed critique of.

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"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"Was in office said it was the first time in our lives she was proud to be an american i mean they're not very they're not a very patriotic type of family number one number two i understand that the democrats always go for for lack of a better term the poor people because you figure everybody just automatically assumes republican means rich democrat means poor that's why i always thought i wasn't allowed to be a republican because i'm broke benefits assumed you know that all right well i'd like to join you guys i just don't have enough cash but the democrats do this thing where they pander to uh people were broke then they act like are going to give you stuff here's the problem though they do a lot of stuff they do take money away from the middle class and the middle class now by the way i think is it what is that if you make over thirty five thousand year you're middle class probably even less 35 35 grant is nothing give everybody here with a mortgage and kids knows that you can't live on 35 grant but that's considered middle class nowadays so what they do as a tech on all these extra bills to us to support the people make under sixteen how will you make it under sixteen grand a year that's number even mcdonald's workers hen bucks an hour it's four hundred now you know i mean what are we how do people because they said i could do nothing and paul's point earlier the caller for ma somerville somerville younger them the problem is this a lot of the people that are collecting those benefits are also dealing drugs because now they don't need to go out and work and and i'm sorry you make a lot of money doing drugs you know what i mean it's an easy gig until you get caught it but i mean the reality is they're not really looking for a lot of help in that area they're not saying you know put me on welfare and i'll go to college for four years get a better job and better myself right you know you get it and he just kicked back and collect we just really insulted the poor so if you're out there was an interesting idea nearest college thing to.

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"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"Was in office so it was the first time in her life she was proud to be an american i mean they're not very they're not a very patriotic type of family number one number two i understand that the democrats always go for for lack of a better term the poor people because you figure everybody just automatically assumes republican means rich democrat means poor that's why i always thought i wasn't allowed to be a republican because i'm broke bennette it's too soon and you know that all right well i'd like to join you guys i just don't have enough cash but the democrats do this thing where they pander to people who broke and they act like they're going to give you stuff here's the problem though they do a lot of stuff and they do take money away from the middle class and the middle class now by the way i think is a what is that if you make over thirty five thousand year your middleclass probably even less 35 35 grant is nothing give everybody here with a mortgage and kids knows it you can't live on 35 grant but that's considered middleclass nowadays so what they do is a tech on all these extra bells to us to support the people making under six teen how will you make it under sixteen grand a year that's number even mcdonald's workers at ten bucks an hour it's four hundred now you know i mean what are we how do people because they support do nothing and paul's point earlier the caller for ma somerville somerville yeldham the problem is this a lot of the people that are collecting those benefits are also dealing drugs because now they don't need to go out and work and and i'm sorry you make a lot of money doing drugs you know what i mean it's an easy gig antigua caught you know what i mean the reality is they're not really looking for a lot of help in that area they're not saying you know put me on welfare and i'll go to college for four years get a better job in better myself right you know you get it and he just kicked back and collect who just really insulted the poor so if you're out there was some and just said the nearest college.

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"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five thousand year" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"Basically apologized for being in american her first few months while he was in office so it was the first time in her life she was proud to be an american i mean they're not very they're not a very pay tree attic type of family number one number two i understand that the democrats always go for for lack of a better term the poor people because you figure everybody just automatically assumes republican means rich democrat means poor that's why i always thought i wasn't allowed to be a republican because i'm broke but i just assumed you know that all right well i'd like to join you guys i just don't have enough cash but the democrats do this thing where they pander to uh people were broke and they act like they're going to give yourself here's the problem though they do a lot of stuff and they do take money away from the middle class and the middle class now by the way i think is a what is that if you make over thirty five thousand year middle class probably even less 35 35 grant is nothing give everybody here with a mortgage and kids knows it you can't live on 35 grant but that's considered middleclass nowadays so what they do is a tech on all these extra bills to us to support the people make under sixteen how will you make it under sixteen grand a year that's number even mcdonald's workers at a ten bucks an hour it's four hundred i mean what are we how do people because they said back and do nothing and paul's point earlier caller for ma somerville somerville yeldham the problem is this a lot of the people that are collecting those benefits are also dealing drugs because now they don't need to go out and work and and i'm sorry you make a lot of money doing drugs you know what i mean it's an easy gig attiya caught but i mean the reality is they're not really looking for a lot of help in that area they're not saying you know put me on welfare and i'll go to college for four years get a better job in better myself you know you get it and he just kicked back and collect we just really insulted the poor so if you're out there listening to said dearest college and then the.

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