18 Burst results for "Thousand Two Thousand Dollars"

"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"How much money do you have on your pocket right now. And i'm like five dollars four or five dollars a guys like why do you. Why do you have such little money on my all my credit card. He's like okay so he writes them on the sheet of paper. And then sticks it to my chest. And it goes fletcher. Sharp five dollars. So i'm sitting in a room with people who have like legit like emmanuel such and such you know x. amount of money like a thousand two thousand dollars. Eight hundred dollars or something. They're looking at my sticker like five dollars. Like what are you doing. And i'm like i just i just wanna go home. Wasn't expecting this. I now people looking like like some weird little broke boy. Like why do i have five dollars in your pocket. That's strange any change. And i was like no. That's really weird of you to have just five dollars five singles at that so finally i got to go home as my partner and i got gotta hug that never expected to get. She's like i thought you were like goner. I'm like i thought i was too. They took my phone. They took all my stuff. And i just thought figured like i'll see you tomorrow. I guess after sleeping it off in this detainment area so thankfully i'm back. I am not any on any lists and yet it's a long story long story short moral the story If you see the you might crossover to where the the bridge or the the tunnel is if between that and having your target hit you might have your car. Just get hit. Save you the hassle of being detained for two hours. Well i'm glad that border patrol didn't permanently snatch you. That's a plus. I'm also glad that. I'll be seeing you on saturday for the detroit city. F c game at keyword four. Pm unusual time one highlight that definitely honestly my only feeling about that. Is i just feel really stupid. Because i knew the bridges right there and i didn't think that all the street led to the bridge. I'm like i'm going right. Back to jani king or something and i'll figure it out from there and it's like no. You're going to canada now. You are now on your way to you. Know the maple leaf country so good luck But yeah i am very happy to be out of there and to be able to cover. Dc fc games and people actually want to hear my opinion and stuff and instead of people asking you the same question five times in four different ways so hopefully we can get these borders right soon and get some international matches going man. I remember when we used to play windsor. Yeah windsor stars. Were a really good team on. They still are all right now. Actually at one point detroit used to send their players over on loan to windsor star to give them some extra playing time. It'd be nice to you. Know not even. Maybe maybe not windsor. Maybe someone like toronto missouri or someone that level or maybe even someone bigger like you know maybe get another English team or spanish team or german team to come over and just play. I get why because right now the. Us is a hot zone and like the players who play over in. Europe cannot come to this country and then go back to having a quarantine. So i understand why but it'd be nice if we could get past that as a collective World so that we can get back to doing some stuff normal will never be normal as as normal was before but as close as possible to be really nice..

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"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"I have quite a few financial questions. But i'm going to stick with the one that i'm in right now. i'm one it's a 401k. Question and i have seen and watched a couple of videos with people who have about the same questions with using your 401k to pay off debt and i know that it is not a good idea. I'm completely aware of it. i don't have a lot in my 401k. So in in my opinion. I don't feel like taking that heart of and i know it will be because i think it takes thirty percent now. I'm in the lower tax bracket Basically what i'm wanting to use it for is to purchase a vehicle that i don't know any money on I currently have a truck clone. That i'm wanting to get rid of. I'm gonna come up from his truckloads so my plan is to sell it and then use what out of my 401k. Kind of what's left over. After i purchased a vehicle to kind of pay off like other little bit of that. That i have. I have a total of twenty five thousand. Five hundred in debt in the majority of that is from my truck. How much of those on is nineteen thousand three hundred and how much is in your 401k. I have thirteen thousand That's between i have so essentially what you're saying. Is this okay in order to execute my plan. I wanna borrow thirteen thousand dollars at thirty percent interest. That's what you're saying. You're not saying it directly. But that is the effect of your proposal when the smoke clears. And that's why you've heard this call so many times as you've watched youtube the same subject and Here's what's happening. And i commend you for trying to figure out a way out of this. Because you've recognized the truck is the problem and it's gotta go and i really think you're very wise in that regard But but what ends up happening is I know you because i am you. I see you in the mirror. When i look in and we're people that were rip the band aid off people even if it hurts. I wanna be done with it. And we have a tendency in making our financial decisions to let that color our decision And we don't really. I have i just i did this stuff in my twenties and i know exactly how i know the feeling that you're like just won't get this over with that. The is that correct. Yes yes. 'cause i see i see as hurting me more than i am because all of my money is going to be balloons and i'm actually able to pay it. I would rather have it going like saving. I would rather that hundred dollars auto since you've since you bought the truck you've had a wakeup call and and you've that's in the rear view mirror no pun intended. And you know you're looking back there and you're going had come it and i've got to clean this up now and in but we've but truthfully i want you to find a more painful slower are a slower way to clean this up. That is painful on the short term and less painful on the long-term here's a principal for everybody out there when it comes to money if it feels good this week but bad over the period of a decade. Then it's the wrong decision and that's what this one is falls in that bucket because it feels good to cash this out and clean up all these bills and do all this other stuff. So what do you make a year. it's actually basing it also my husband's income because i just recently within six months has started a cleaning business so i make From the numbers that i pulled up within last month as made about eight hundred dollars a month. So i don't make much maybe seven hundred. Eighty seven seven thousand eight or does he make about twenty four thousand a year. He brings in about a four hundred eighty paycheck every week. Johnson truck is killing you. Then how much Kelley blue book it at twenty. Well no oh what the lady told me. I just remember her telling me. Don't ever go less than fifteen thousand I recently did a quote with carmax. And they told me that it gives me seventeen for it so i mean i would only go to grand on it and i know if you saw it private sale. It'll bring enough to pay it off. Yes that's that's where. I'm going with this kelly because there is a quicker path to where you want to get and it doesn't involve sacrificing. She don't have a car then but if you even if you got something in cash. Small like a thousand two thousand dollars. Do you have any savings kelly. I've got a little bit Not much that's a little bit crazy a little bit two thousand two thousand dollars today. I want you to sell the truck for nineteen in by two thousand dollar car. Okay and then..

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"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on Fear And Greed

Fear And Greed

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on Fear And Greed

"Police financial planner. I think healthcare. Is it trained for the next five. Ten twenty thirty years as people get older so you should be in healthcare now. Doi- by cochlear raise made draw by fishermen pike cold while by say is l. of now idea so in that instance. I'm more likely to go to an atf. That's heavy healthcare and healthcare. Etf and you know. I'd probably actually make sure that had bubble a stocks in there as well. So in that instance i would with big phonetics old guy to a fund on specific. Semi son has just added investing. And he's always asked me fatigue ups and we have lots of people through the show. Matthew kit was on in the last week he was a great example of roger montgomery the week before they always come up with with. Id's and matthew locks treasury wanna sites. For example roger now was an cobra fain ross brands. Been on the show a few times and he's a national australia bank fan. I must say. I do. Tend to listen to those guys who studied the market. And so what. I'm giving advice to my son. He's never gonna make any money. When i'm giving my voice in my son. I actually do tend to fall back on. What the experts site. But he's investing five hundred thousand two thousand dollars. And when you're you know he's he's nineteen so he's ideas. He's wants to start a portfolio. So i think it's somewhere in between and his horses for courses. The one thing that i would be wary of is when you're investing in specific stocks so you can buy pct minerals or macabre one of those things. If you did that six weeks ago you'd be up. Twenty percent of the moment party tom. But professional investors know that they've got a sill inevitably retail investors. Like us we are that. Just sit on it until guys back down or we don't actively manage it. I suppose and so. I think day trading is tightly fraught when you're retailing vista this not as thousand people who disagree with me but i do think when you're investing you should be thinking about it for the long term and so if you're buying downtime bind to michael dolla. Mike a lot of dollars in the next day. It's all about me holding them and moving at some point. But i think just be careful about day trading and what about you michael. Yeah look i. I haven't looked at atf's and it does make a lot of sense. See probably pay attention to the individual movements of particular stocks that ah diatribe would without actually then trading in that even while we've been talking here i had my list of about ten that i'm watching at the moment just stop just rolling scrolling through them. Not because i wasn't interested in what you were saying about Because all the so interested in that. I was inspired to to say without doing research so i i'm probably at that point of still kind of watching them every day and us feel a bit. Dan when when the things you've invested in gone down happy when they go up. But i generally then just still kind of sit on it and in terms of where i'm i'm getting the information from this is really kind of finishing with a shameless plug full fearing grade. It is as you say the experts so we have through at. But also the the companies that we've been speaking to that listen to the chief executives of the founders of of companies talking about what they are doing and it kind of gives you a bit of a really good insight into kinda where the company's going and it's just a often that to be a really good starting place for research because it's pretty good access to what accompanies is doing and planning for the future so shameless plug for fear in grade there..

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"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

"Now they're eat. So you get you get a new council so the xbox series acts in the ps fiberglass for nine more years until the next one rolls out roughly give or take yeah. Same thing goes on a pc world. It's like hey great. I could play these games. It's like i'm always going to go with council because it locks you into a specific set of stuff. Yeah you'll get a newer council in three years. That's a slightly faster so forth and so on but still you're only spending three or four hundred bucks versus a thousand two thousand dollars to upgrade like i've played on pc too. I get it. i like it. But he's got to control say the controller so big boom. How're in which he is also sold all around all around consoles. There's one member of our team amman. Who had not agree with us at all. And who's who is who that is the torius afro. She's peace through last tory. Yeah all right. Well we got a few more left us our next this or that shooter or fighting game. I'll start with you andy. These last three were for you pacific for you if it was high school. I'd probably say fighter. But i've evolved to a shooter. Aiken nevada that the college times you'd halo drops everything just game changer. Like talking about those land parties. Remember going to like a whole bunch of them and everybody just like here. You get the duke controller. Why why remember what does get this duke control and the answer was your too good or they're trying to even play but it was handicapped for about maybe three months and then i got really good with the duke controller. You guys back there. I'll take everybody Plenty sniper is the one. I play any shooter hidden. If he can't play. I'm gonna say andy you know what you're doing. You're he pulls out the sniper out of man. I saw him hit some shots and a few war-zones last year. I was like whoa shooter. Good you know. I gotta go the same with andy because for me halo dropped on xbox house in high school freshman year or maybe it was eighth grade of something like that eighth or ninth grade that changed our world's changed our world because up until then it was all mad. Was the game from my buddies and then halo dropped boom. It was over so amman gone yet. No i was gonna say i have my array of if i like tekken. I was just playing a downloaded it on my series ex. I'm a big guy and then also smash grows because we're playing it at lakeland This fall season. But i gotta go shooter as well and it's the same game is halo. It was halo from halo. Three's the one i really delved in. I did every From was it was veteran or rookie veteran legendary before i went online and Play hot and heavy on that beat the game cup three two three two or three times but then went back and played halo one and to to get good because like i said i was target practice i was like i can't have my teammates ragging on me..

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"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

"Always are looking. It's like oh hey look i can play this game on. Ultra high def. I can play this game on high death. You know it. It's slowly just works. Its way down. And then you're like oh i got to go out and spend a thousand dollars on a new graphics card. It's like every five years. Right around the outside counsel generations. Were every five years. Now there eights. So you get you get a new council so the xbox series x the ps fiberglass for nine more years until the next one rolls out roughly giveaway. Yeah same thing goes on the pc world. It's like hey great. I could play these games. It's i'm always going to go with council because it locks you into a specific set of stuff. Yeah you'll get a newer council in three years. That's a slightly faster so forth and so on but still you're only spending three or four hundred bucks versus a thousand two thousand dollars to upgraded. Like i've played on pc too. I get it. I like it. But right he's got to control say the controller so big boom howard nitwits that he is also consoles. I think that's all around all around consoles one member of our team. Amman would not agree with us at all and who who is who. That is the torius afro. She's peace through. That's exactly yeah all right well. We got a few more left. Yes this or that shooter or fighting game. I'll start you andy. These last three were for you food for you if it was high school. I'd probably say fighter. But i've evolved to a shooter arken into the college times. You know halo drops everything. Just game changer. Like talking about those parties. I remember going to like a whole bunch of them and everybody just says like here. You get the duke controller. Why remember watteau's get this one. Yes and the answer was your too good. They're trying to the playing but losing handicapped handicapped for about maybe three months. And then i got really good with the controller. And like you guys end up back in the map back there. I'll take everybody plenty. Sniper is the one. I play any shooter. I'm hitting if he can't play say andy. You know what you're doing. You're he pulls out the sniper. All man. I saw him hit some shots. And if you war-zones last year. I was like shooter goodyear. I go the same with andy because for me halo dropped on xbox when i was in high school freshman year maybe it was eighth grade of something like that eighth or ninth grade that changed. Our world's changed our world because up until then it was all mad. Was the big game from my buddies and then halo dropped and boom. It was over so amount of you know i was gonna say i have my array of like tekken..

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"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on Self Made Strategies

Self Made Strategies

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on Self Made Strategies

"He's co hosted a few episodes of this podcast as well but we're also one of the three were also two of the three co founders of college cast which we were all talking about beforehand and one of the cool things that i've learned from him and just from being around productions in general right because he's a he's a dp videography. Is you shoot stuff on spec right so and that means we're going to get a crew of people together that for no or little money are going to shoot a commercial or shoot a short or shoot something right and bring our gear together and bring the community together to just try something and then we're gonna put it out there on our website and hopefully that will lead to new opportunities and that has always been something that i found really interesting that you sometimes don't see in traditional professionals right that that eagerness to dabble and do both of us both of you find that as well that that's been an accelerate for your business and for your podcast for all of the projects that you're working. Oh yeah i mean. I think the key for us though was learning what to even dabble in. And what like like. I said i can't highlight enough that investor dna. That i mean. I'll give you a great example. What i'm talking about. It's not my my my highest achievement. But somebody was talking about e commerce. And they're like man. There's so many businesses for sale right now in the ecommerce space in it's exploding and i was like oh cool. What are some of these. Look at this. There's a company called one hundred unicorns dot com. And i'm like oh dude. I have five daughters. Like that would be really cool. Maybe i should buy that. It's a drop shipping business. So there's no inventory to keep up with like this would be simple. I can just plug my daughter's into the process. Teach him how to run a business. This is huge. This fit so many. Good things about like what i'm about but here's what i didn't understand how much time and energy and expertise you have to have technical knowledge of how to run this actual website which i have zero of nor do i have any like inkling of desire to wanna learn so i have to outsource everything i spend eighteen months. Give or take trying to run this business trying to do this with very little time each week. Because i didn't have the time. I didn't have the expertise and ultimately i was losing a thousand two thousand dollars a month because i was having to pay everybody to run it and he's still weren't getting the kind of results that would be necessary to get off the ground so long story short that was me dabbling and not realizing all of the factors that i should have considered it so now i use that as an example to say all right russ you. We want. wanna do this one thing. Well does it fit our time commitment. Does it fit our expertise. Can we affect it in some way with our skill set or am i going to be like forced to hand off. Everything like that just helps direct us and where to dow with. If that makes any sense it does. Yeah and russ. How do you usually take that because myself with with our team at college. Cast is well. I am i think russ and i probably resonate on the same level..

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"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"Inside of that there are regular breaks that i take to allow myself to decompress to go on walks to you know to to get my mind off of whatever i'm working on so i can be more productive when when i am at the office so i don't if you have employees and your business allows for it that's something you might think about. I would also say that if your capacity for for productive work will depend significantly upon the meaningfulness of the work. That you're doing if you can't if you if you don't feel like like if you're having talk yourself into the idea that whatever you're doing matters then on a physiological level you're going to you're going to have a lower tolerance for for like But like a lot of output to task and we live in an era now where we have the luxury to to decide what we're to to to determine what is meaningful and what we're gonna do but in some ways that can almost be a curse because if you're living right on the edge of of like complete and total chaos like like approaching nature taking over you then every single thing that you do is related to like an existential threat to yourself. Don't we've gotten to the point where we've made our where our life is so comfy. We have technologist so much of our lives to where we don't actually have to deal with any sort of existential threats. Generally speaking so that phenomenon itself is almost becoming is actually becoming an existential threat this whole meaning crisis that that people talk about where people are like i. My life is too good. it's too easy. it's too cushy. i'm. I'm doing something that doesn't matter just because you're i have to have a job and i have to make some money but the whatever the work i'm doing it like it doesn't have any if i dislike. Rollover died in bed and never showed up for work. They would just replace made plug. Another cog in there and they'd keep on going without me. Everything that i'm doing is is just is irrelevant like that. That sentiment is becoming is running rampant through society. And i think that if you're feeling that way if you're if you're sensing that that that's going to affect your ability to be productive because you're not going to be you don't have that that from down inside you that really motivate you drives you and keeps you pushing forward and and like i said on a physiological level. That's going to. That's that's gonna kill you that will ultimately kill you so if you're someone who's in that situation i just realized that doesn't have to be that way and you. Can you have the luxury to escape. The curse that is Having too easy of life you know from relative to the rest of humanity you. You have the luxury to go. Choose to do something that's actually meaningful that that actually moves the needle for you and that's part of what the network is for is for people who are searching for that or who are or even who have found it to share that with other people into to lift each other up kind of to collectively humans humans. I tweeted this. This weekend said that humans are herd animals. I did that deliberately. Because at first i thought another pack animal but then i was like no the majority of their their their their both their hurt animal in a pack animal but they function herds primarily. Most people just put their head down beijing graze and they just follow whatever. The rest of the hurt is going to do. So if you have a heard or if are actually should say it. This way. if the heard that you're you are around is is not taking you somewhere meaningful than put yourself into a different heard. You can put yourself into a heard that will function as a pack. That has a purpose that has a direction that has a motivation. And this is ultimately what what religions are derived from an himselves into her and going somewhere. Yeah isn't that there's an old saying that. Says you know you are the sum total of the five people you spend the most time with them and that's really what you're saying in a sense that listen if the people that you're surrounding yourself with aren't aren't aren't in aren't well. Let me. let me say this the people around you are not motivating you and inspiring you to be your best the best version of yourself. Then find some people who are now. That isn't to say that other people are responsible for your happiness because they're not but There are many times where we find ourselves in situations in with people who are like. Why do i hang out with these people. I don't like the. I don't like this. You know a married couples. Have this problem like why. Why do we hang. We don't. I don't like them. They're terrible why do we keep well. They keep inviting us over. Yeah but we don't like them. Let's stop going And you know. So that's the That's something that i think that we. Everybody deals within some former fashion. But i agree with you. I think that. I think that people are hungry for philosophy. They're hungry for religion of some kind because they they see their. They see the bulk of what they do. As as just a as just not not really meaningful. And that's not for everybody. There are lots of people who work day jobs and neb nine to five. They work for somebody else and they really love the work that they do i and For them i would just say i look. I hope the job is there by the for you when you when you retire. I hope the money is there I would just suggest that man. Maybe if you love what you do work for somebody else maybe you tried doing a little bit above for yourself and see if maybe you like that It's one of the reasons. I got into the industry. I'm in but Anyway let's let's read about our sponsor for today and then i want to talk a little bit about this cancel culture thing. I was listening to the To brett christner's podcast. He's a comedian. Really funny guy. And i want to tie this into stuff. We were talking about in the last episode. Before turning about millennials. And they're they're more civil nature that a lot of people look at that. that's not millennials. But let me read to you about our sponsors. I we got indochino a i just found out indochino sponsor my wedding. So i'm i one of our one of our very good friends marrying us in october and i wanted to buy him a suit and i I said and i thought while. Just get myself a new suit too because indochino has really really high quality suits that are affordable for anybody's budget. And you they are as good a quality as suits that cost a thousand two thousand dollars. They are absolutely gorgeous suits. You've heard me talk about them. On this show repeatedly well i started thinking to myself and i thought man i got pretty decent following and the guy who's marrying us has a massive online following. He's a famous in certain circles. And i said I said i sent email an email to the the advertising agency that manages indochino. And i said hey Do you think indochino would consider sponsoring our wedding. Because we'd like to get some new suits. And i would love to be able to show off the suits at our wedding and the gal responded back in email and she said She said i think that's a great idea. Let me pass it on to the client. I'll let you know literally five minutes later. They come back and they say we would love to sponsor here. Just go schedule your time. Go get fitted and be out there. I own i've purchased. I think three suits on my own. So it's not like. I just get the free ones that they give me. I purchased like three on my own. And they've.

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"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

"A half percent down plan plus about two thousand dollars in closing costs two to three thousand so right there is your entire emergency fund which i would not suggest you dump into a house but you do have the three thousand dollars in the savings account and scott said if you can start cranking out this this money the generate the income with the house hack. That could be a really. I mean you're getting rid of your rented eight seventy five if you could completely cover your mortgage. That would be huge. You could probably do more than that. If you're willing to live like scott did where you read that one half of the duplex you out. A bedroom in your unit Do you have roommates right now. A don't know. I live in one bedroom. Okay something else to think about is airbnb that other side and generate more income and that should have an influence. The idea of airbnb should have an influence on what property you buy. You don't want to buy property. You know a mile away but it's five thousand dollars less and you know a dead slightly. Different location could generate a lot more interest on the airbnb front. So if that's something that you're considering if you are an all interested in the airbnb idea. That is to keep that in. Mind when you're looking but i really do love the idea of getting your real estate license and starting to generate some income from sales or learning the market and i really like being a real estate agent yet you know i was. I was a little more aggressive than what. I'm discussing as well here. And i'm sorry for bringing in my personal situations just we. It's so closely resembles it that. That's why i'm doing that But you you I bought my first place. And i had like i think eighteen thousand dollars and i put fifteen thousand now. I had twenty two thousand dollars. And i put fifteen thousand dollars. Down was left with eight and that was inclusive of my emergency reserve. So it was a much more aggressive than what i'm describing here from a cash position within and i don't know if that's right or wrong maybe i took a big risk. Maybe i didn't. But i also saved still saving like a thousand two thousand dollars a month. You could be in position to buy it sooner than what we're discussing here if you wanted to get aggressive with with those types of things and i wouldn't say you're wildly irresponsible..

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"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on Investor Mama

Investor Mama

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on Investor Mama

"You're bringing people in the door. We always say they're they're putting one hundred dollars into the machine in it's fitting two hundred dollars right. They're going to do that all day long. But it takes people a little bit kind of figure that out and so we have to make sure that our students realize that they shouldn't under sell themselves because they'll come into the course and they'll be like hey i've got somebody that really wants to run ads. I'm just going to do it for them for free for a trial and we're like no no no. You don't do that. You need to charge. What the services worth as always pushing students to get up to that thousand dollars that fifteen hundred dollars per month number overtime they they do. They'll take a couple of clients melville undercharged and then they go. Wow this didn't work out as well as i wanted it to. I should have just charge the right amount from the beginning because free clients and people that are deeply discounted clients normally. Don't actually turn into paying clients over time. It's hard to get them to convert to actually pay what they should be paying for the service and so we teach our students to find the ones find the business owners that are quality business owners. That are ready for the service. There's a lot of people that are not maybe their businesses and in a financial place to really afford the ads and maybe from maturity standpoint from the business owner maybe they have been in business long enough to realize that it's important and they just want to do the bare minimum. Were always pushing our students to get to that thousand dollars. Fifteen hundred dollars per month number and then from there. You can scale it as much as you want. I mean mike when we first started doing this was doing thirty thousand dollars a month in were you can scale an agency and basically stat clients on top of each other. But the courses designed is a side hustle. We're trying to teach you how to get one or two clients right and do this. Birth thousand two thousand dollars per month. And then if you want a scale from there you can so. That's that's of the rundown on all the pricing and everything how that works the thousand dollars that you're making a per client that they're still paying for their own ads so it's not like you're taking money out of your cut to then pay for ads so you're walking away with thousand bucks per client overtake right. And there's so many you don't you can do this whole thing with free tools. There are actually two tools that we recommend that you can use but don't have to and one of them. There's one hundred bucks a month so if you're getting thousand dollar client you put one hundred dollars a month that the other one is ten dollars a month in automation tool..

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"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"Think there's some let's assume there's some like mean reversion so if you're short and bitcoin rips up you get closed out even if it's going to dip back down in the other way too but if you have collateral to manage those positions than your these buying yourself the safety that you can withstand those fluctuations and you can still close out of the position when bitcoin goes down but you do it on your terms and not the exchanges terms and i think managing that is a lot of what professional traders do very well I think actually if you look at a lot of the professional trading shops and you talk to a lot of traders they are very insightful about markets they understand the signals but they also really have a good handle on collateral management because in the bitcoin space in the Space everything is it's real time gross settled. So it's all pre funded so if you get a move. You can have a margin call to liquidation. Be like way too close together for you to even try to move on one or two confirms on chain So it's really. It can be difficult to get that collateral where you to but if you have enough collateral ben than yet you can you can sustain those. That's moose might reto use the consider that someone like myself imagine. I don't know. I know at the end of the year. I've got a pretty successful job. Say i think. I'm going to get one hundred thousand dollar bonus of the year but i wanna buy bitcoin now and i know that money's coming with that baby s and i think bitcoin is going to be significantly higher by the end of the year. Is that a time where i may consider a futures knowing. I've got that money coming in the future. Is that as you think people might use it. Could i mean it really starts to depend at that point on how the cash flows work. And that's really specific to every exchange in terms of like. How do they margin it. What did they require you to post today versus at some point in the future but i think actually for case like that that's where something like an option becomes really interesting because in option you're paying a smaller amount upfront today for the right to buy it at a certain price on a date in the future and so that's a great way to get again a little bit of natural leverage because you don't have to lay out the full thirty thousand for a bitcoin you can buy indicate pay a thousand two thousand dollars for an option And you know you have this limited downside that is against smaller than if you were to buy. Bitcoin is two thousand two thousand dollars. So you can measure your risk reward. Get yourself that exposure. Not miss out. If there's another big run and then on that date in the future let's say the option was struck at thirty thousand. Let's say at the end of the year. Bitcoins fifty thousand. And you get your hundred. Bamboo bonus will then you can just pay the thirty thousand to exercise in. Get that twenty thousand dollar upside. So i think in in those kinds of cases options make sense so we thought does hit on essentially get in bitcoin. A fairly cheap price is the price has gone up. Who who's who's on the losing side because there's somebody there full selling it at a at a price lower than his worth. Yeah a good point so or good questions yes in. You don't into relatives in the scope..

"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

08:33 min | 1 year ago

"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"No no baby. You wanna listen. This is the right way. I maybe wouldn't have been divorced or you got married in the first place. We're trying to give y'all a heads up. Do you wanna ride to and into the canyon. We wanna take a chance on gravity okay. You know what we're going to continue this discussion on the other side. We got bashed for cash coming. Here's the deal. We got two thousand two thousand dollar price. Okay if you pick the right dodger angel player you get a thousand dollars if you pick. A dodger earned angel player to hit a home run in specific inning. You can win two thousand dollars. That's how this works. Here's my advice. L. you know says we're about to be giving advice to everybody anyway right now. Exactly i don't know if you should be picking a dodger right now because their offense kinda stinks at the moment it last night okay. They didn't touch with the balls right. So maybe i should be picking an angel is all. I'm saying at least for now at least for now. Don't you need a passport to pick an angel. If you're in la sorry to say so all right. So that's going to happen in this commercial break and then in the term so caller for is going to get a chance for the money or to play bachelor cash. Everyone else i want you. Whose side are you on. Are you on me. And laura side of if your friend is relationship is doomed from the beginning. Do you tell them or are you with greg. And l z and say you stay out of people's business eight seven seven hundred ten. Espn will do that. We'll get into the dodgers and that awful no hitter yesterday all coming up in just a month. Thank you christopher. We'll get to all your calls on the Do you tell your friend before they get married that this thing is doomed calls me second but more importantly it is time to play bass for cash has just said so. We have dane. Leon in los angeles now dane. I've got some bad news for you. Although congratulations on being tested so the bad news is the angels plate started at four ten and shohei ohtani radio home run which probably would have been most people's pick if they would have gone with an angel so you all are still stuck with. The dodgers are not hitting very well of late. So here's how it works if you pick a dodger player to hit a home run and in what inning if you predict the correct player you win a grand if you predict the correct player and inning you went in two thousand dollars now now now dane you you get ready. You think for a second okay. But here's the catch for everyone. Not named dane. Leon in los angeles. Okay if we don't have a correct prediction today. Dane doesn't come through today. Mondays cash prize goes up to eleven hundred dollars and twenty two hundred respectively. Okay so dane. Give us your prediction. Which player from the dodgers will hit a home run in tonight's game and what inning. Where i'm gonna go with Jackson turner wanna third any third. Just just okay. So let me get this right deigned. You picked justin turner in the third innings that correct correct. Okay there you go good luck. Alrighty thank you see about. I'm just hoping for anybody in any after last night. Yes series thanks very much and make sure. Listen on monday at four fifteen. We'll have another bash for cash contestant and special things to only bring safety and simplicity to refinancing your home owners dot com for more info today. I so here's the deal now. The phones are open now they were done with bash for cash. Okay if your friend is in a relationship is going to. that's doomed and they are set to get married whether it's a man or woman or whatever do you tell them ahead of time how you feel about their potential disasters relationship now lauren. I believe you step in. And you do your due diligence as a friend in our opinion l. z. And greg said none of your business. You let that person go through what they need to go through. I didn't know see nazi stuff to greg. He added two. I satellite added stuff to it. We simply said mind your business. Okay mine your business fine all right. Mind your business. So it's either you tell them how you feel a mind your business is that okay now you go all right so hit us up. Eight seven seven seven ten. Espn eight seven seven. Seven seven three seven. Seven six in the internal. Let's talk about those hitless dodgers yeoman. There's a problem okay. this is a problem. Let me explain something to you. Mookie betts is hitting two forty seven okay. Justin turner is the best hitter in your lineup at two eighty three. That's fine but not. Jt numbers though correct. Everyone is hitting poorly this season. I don't even know how to explain now. I know they've got a lot of injuries for sure. But in the rona. I me might as well. It's not good for another year. I think i think so. But i don't know what the issue seems to be. The issue is george. They're not getting any hits. While there's that that's hot. Take for you people there you go. I mean listen man. There's a lot of things at play here. There is the tendency for some championship teams to have a hangover and following season in every sport. We've seen countless times chirp. There's also of course obviously the injuries to significant and key players. Were you talking about dusty. May who he forgot his gone by the way because he loves swirly because of injury but he's not available to us and we obviously know what happened to our mvp and we know what happened. I mean so. We know the injuries right. So we have hangover. We have injuries and then we have what you like to call. It's just baseball. It is just baseball sometimes. So when you add those three things together you have these moments of slumping these moments in which you're like home. I was going on and believe it or not. That actually happened last season two and the season before that and the season before that we just forget because they turn it around and have deep bronze in the playoffs so we forget that there were regular season struggles and this is where we are again. Guys were just any regular season struggle. Which is why. I didn't put too much weight. Into sweet. By san diego padres because lo and behold oh. We still can't hit so was it really the padres or was simply. We're a slump. Okay but at what point you know we we've been sitting here is just may. Oh it's just june. Well we're gonna be in. July next is still june. Okay but he's gonna be july next week by late next week. Right still next not early you making. It sound like his mondays more. Go thursday friday. That's like a thing. Like what boy do. We go like man this july july. I'm gonna give you a date. Okay give me a date borges down. We hold on although we did this. What's up in the morning show. It was actually hilarious. Let me. 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"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on Chatter with Alex Fennell

Chatter with Alex Fennell

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on Chatter with Alex Fennell

"I completely agree with you on that i don't do that. But understand like social cues and emotional intelligence like that is what coach kyle teachers and like. It's not like you know i. It's not what it's made out to be. Whereas like i say this in say that it's more like a haida communicate in like what like tracks i don't want to the girl on in stuff like that and like you know what you know. What's what's good like accused. And there's just so much shock cow because like he really truly is like a superior coach in like all the other coaches. I've seen but If you're a guy and you're watching this and you wanna be able to get like attract a high horno free blocks no fucking free plugs on my show. Kyle's kyle's gotta pay me at least two thousand dollars to get me to bro. We're not talking about kelly moore. That's too many free plugs. The that's i have different experiences. You know. I've i've seen people that have said stupid. I've seen people that have been done about it but obviously you're having success on. I'll have to do it. But if you're a girl or a guy or anybody Just reach out to the podcast. Tell me or make a comment or like or go on anchor a spotify leave a message and tell me what your thoughts are. If you're a girl what would you think if somebody's spent like a thousand two thousand dollars or whatever. It is to like biggie. Better like talking to you. Would you feel like aw sweetie like honored or would you like feel like fucking creepy. Get the fuck away from me. Because i feel like there'd be both i feel like that'd be both anna's and understanding right is like a guy you know like woman sometimes women they get more like. I'm not trying to say like every girl is extremely emotional but if humans go through emotions so being able to be in that situation and understand what's going on it's just like sales like for example if they're giving you the price objection it's like okay. I typically soon you're going and scary territory here man and everything in relationships like salesman canceled out here Relationship do all relationships that into your building really selling is building relationship. I mean dating is building a relationship so it's humans we're all human all the same. It's all in the same category like it. All falls under communication and like. I say that communication is up here. This is like a cloud and then like their sales and then communication with with sales saying sales psychology Saying it's just communication like if you understand communication you'll get what you want in life so that's pretty much just a rabbit and that's why i'm so. I'm so into like the the the dating scene again with counts of like that. It's because i want to undertake communication at the highest level. And that's like one of my goals because i know once i can do that..

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"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on The Test Drivers

The Test Drivers

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on The Test Drivers

"I don't know where that's going from. Because i think it's just purely people guessing but i've seen a number of sites run that headline z. Flip three thousand dollars. Less right in thirteen hundred. Wasn't i believe it started at thirteen fifty or and then i think you can get it now for twelve hundred dollars but yeah that would certainly be. I think it's important for them to get the z. Flip down to a thousand so that they could Like you know they could. They could push the default even more. Yeah i don't think z. Fold is moving from that. Roughly two thousand dollars price point right. I think that's they planned to their stake in the ground if you want the of quote unquote best phone in the universe with every feature. Possibly you know on the phone. That's the price you're paying. But i think there's probably some fertile ground in between that thousand two thousand dollars price point. They could fill out with different z. Flip variances different z. Full variance a lot of sort of room to play in there. I'm just really excited. I at this point obviously have a huge list of things. I'd love to see on the flip. Three like one hundred and twenty hertz. Improves cameras better battery. Life actually had an unrelated problem. Sort of what. We're talking about the flip. I had my first ninety crash. I had my first like real limit. With what the z. Flip can do the other day. So i the how much use split-screen i don't use it at enormous amount leaflet. Because even though it's a taller displayed still obviously. It's not like the fold where you have like. Essentially to smartphone displays side by side kind of like a one and a half display right on on new flip. I threw questionable amounts of planning had to calls to be on at the same time. I had a briefing. And i had a colony to be on so mr genius here. It was like okay was perfect. I'll have the video briefing on the split screen. And i'll have it muted so i could just watch the slides. Everything and on the bottom. I'll be on my actual call right. This is i think gumi call something on the calls video at the same time. It lasts about ten minutes for z. Flip it goes. Hey your phones too hot. We're going to close your multi window. I'd never had that happen before. So it was very warm to the touch. It was very warm because obviously you hold it from the bottom so all the guts from the top so the top of the phone was quite toasty but i was like this is a great thing if it would have actually not just closed it on me so yeah. Maybe a little bit more thermal screen. Oh actually you have. Differing considerations were questioned little concerning. Maybe but yeah. There's a lot of things. I'd love to see z. Flip three. i'm just really happy z. Flip through very much. Seems like it's happening and now that we're seeing the beginning of the leaks test driver squad needs to be ready because we're gonna be doing updates. Every episode ephraim morsel of information on breaking emergency episodes. What was the expectation for when they would be.

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"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on Real talk at up at night studios podcast

Real talk at up at night studios podcast

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on Real talk at up at night studios podcast

"You know that's kind of you know. I've always had the compensation where people and and you know what's funny what i hear. I hear people talk like what they say. Is you know Boy next year. Or you know when i found my income taxes. I get this money back. Go ahead and give me a car you know. Now i'll have a down payment. And i know i'm going to get so much money back with my income tax thousand dollars or five hundred dollars. Folks lemme lemme cana. Throw this in here. I don't mean to throw a monkey wrench in or anything again. I'm just just as just something. I'm sharing with you You could put it on the shelf and save it later or you. Can you know. Do what you wanna do and check it out for yourself. I mean really I'm i'm not trying to be I'm not a lawyer. Not an attorney or anything like that. I'm just giving you some some proof of the pudding to can't really actually think about what you do. All right so think about this folks. How many of you out there. Who have said man when i get my taxes done you know. I know i'm going to get some money back. Probably about a thousand two thousand dollars or whatever it is. I usually get a lot of money back When i file my taxes. And i use that to either go put down payment on a car or go bassett furniture or some new shoes and I do this. Monopoly are my taxes. But you know. Have you really thought about what's being said out there Between the public and people in your friends and all of this have. You really really just listened to yourself what you actually saying is. You're depending on the system to actually give you money back from all the money you worked for that. They gave away that. You go get some of that money back and you know that's not necessarily true. A lot of people are heard in well. I actually experienced it myself. You know you'd be expecting them. Money backing all of sudden alkyl sam combs and tear you thousand dollars a year and getting back bam one hundred back bam or you owe us. How many times you happened to you. Come up all the years. You've been follow taxes. Tim tell me the truth and think about it. Why is it that when you found the tax return. Okay so think about this. You got all these tax places. Hr block you get a tax relief. People you know if you got a problem with the irs. Call us and we will help you solve your irs tax problems or if you owe back taxes irs is cut it come after you. This is all smoke and mirrors folks. This is what they do. They intimidate you to foul. Those returns to keep you in the dark to make you believe that you gotta foul these taxes and that you know if you don't do it they don't come after you so that's strictly intimidation. Why would i wanna live in something that is going to intimidate me all the time. Komo you a free. You're not free when you have to foul them things but it does what you wanna do. Again it's okay with you. It's okay with me all these people around tax. Tam have the hands open notice. They have what they call tax sales. All they have shopping malls and stores making bargains for your money. When you get your tax returns and you get money from that. They all come up with these gimmicks to buy this bad. Why so they can get a piece of the money. Why does the tax relief people h. and r. block and all these other people open up their doors are certain seasons and certain tans but twenty four seven day are not there for you if they was really legit they beat open twenty four seven seven days a week. Where if you got questions you can go to them and ask them. Why is it that that doesn't happen. You would think that there will be a job there every day five as well five days a week excluding saturday and sunday you should be able to go in and have you tax questions answered right away. Why isn't that that that doesn't happen. It's only because it's seasonal every year. So they could open up and holding hand out to this rapid refunds stuff and all of this kind of stuff is all designed to get you foul those forms in fact think of it this way to ten forty form is a federal form federal for federal government employees and for people who are living in the united states. Now there is a difference between the united states.

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"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on Suburban Folk

Suburban Folk

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on Suburban Folk

"With the administrative entities like health insurers or even making sure that malpractice insurance i i know is one that always gets pointed to of a driver of cost and other regulatory things that are causing problems and then we'll get to solutions on the back end we've defined the problem you know to kind of go back to the point you made you know one third of americans every year put off care that they desperately need and then something worse happens and so that's a lot of people right We use the term functionally uninsured a lot when we talk to people. Who are you curious about the medical system. What that just means is that. I may have eight thousand dollars deductible but i'll only have four hundred dollars emergency cash so if something bad happens to me healthwise. I can't even meet my deductible to use my insurance that i'm paying an arm again. You know no pun intended into that premium already so there becomes kind of this. This essential question that the thresholds were health. Insurance actually make sense if you are poor or not. Even port like actually mc middle-class. Sorry use that word but even like middle class people who elect to go without health insurance because it is unaffordable. And they're looking at this saying holy cow. I got two or three kids savings or tight. Money's tight we're in the middle of a pandemic right now. I can't afford to be paying thousand two thousand dollars a month for something. I don't use because again. I don't have eight thousand dollars to meet my deductible as something bad does happen. I'm better off just being uninsured and then being at the mercy of the benevolent nonprofit hospital a world which common oxymoron right there. So it's very very interesting. And then on the flip side if you have a high enough networth you're going to go get the best care regardless of what your insurance gives you. You're going to go to the mayo clinic the world you're gonna go to to the top line. You're not going to go down to your local community hospital so again i ask what what what world is. Health insurance actually makes sense for those type of people and it's middle group of incomes that we really see the people that either their business owners trying to take care of their employees. Or you know the kind of that. Elderly population thinks medicare is the gold standard of of healthcare policies. When in reality. It's just a minimum. The government sets sail. There's a lot of just education hurdles to get over and then you know going back to why people think that american healthcare is so expensive. It's really coming down to monopoly power within hospital systems. Most places only have a couple of.

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"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"Well, welcome here. I'm glad that I had you and I actually could spend some time when you cuz last time you were here I figured it was on but there was just too many people and and you can get a word. Oh I had Sherry on and she she was great too. Yeah. I know I love Sherry and so, you know and I felt like it was awful thing cuz I don't think she expected you in the way you talk and everything. Yeah. Yeah, but actually messaged her after it and everything and man she's sharp too man. You you have some phenomenal. Gas John you really do maybe put me out, but you really do bring some really great people on here. Thanks, and I appreciate it and look. I just got to get through the spots. But before I get through this page, I do want to say well first I'll say look there's my PayPal link people PayPal. Me slash John Melendez. And even if you want to send five or ten bucks doesn't matter everything helps house how Forex is telling me all the new equipment. I have to buy and it's quite it's a lot. It's about a thousand two thousand dollars worth of stuff. I got to get so every thing helps and I appreciate that stage dog. Thank you for the five bucks. Love to spy. Wish it could have been longer. Well, he was here for an hour and 15 minutes. I am pretty damn good, you know what I mean? But I just want to get you know, again people got purged from YouTube and the only and I wouldn't even mention I've been trying Not too but this is what's happening to me Richard for some reason like people will block some of my chat that the people from the chat. Oh, I have to say to young people that get thrown off complain to YouTube Google YouTube support and they'll be a way that you could chat with them and complain to them because the more people complain the more that you know, it'll get it'll start going to be able to take it. Seriously. I've complained the billion times and it doesn't seem to do anything off Sparks told me I need a twenty thousand subscribers before they even opened their eyes to me. So we have about 13,000. So we got to get more subscribers Kenneth. I don't don't worry. I don't expect anybody. To donate if they don't have the funds good as gold and not only did you get knocked off. My my chats haven't seen on the chat. I've been seeing them so I don't know about that. But now let me just talk about some of my sponsors. So Richard, uh, you're married, right? Yes. I am and you ever have a problem, you know, like, you know, you know with having sex with your wife, I'm Italian and Mexican brother. I got that. I'm good. You're all set down. You know, I'm good. I'm a paratrooper my brother. All right. Well God, you know, look, I don't know if you know this Richard but look man start losing it testosterone at the age of thirty-five. They start losing 1% per year age. You know, what? This episode is sponsored by bluechew. Let's talk about something we could all use more of right now Richard sex great sadness page and look, you know hot look looks blue chew has this sildenafil in it. That's the stuff that you know that gets you nice and nice and easy if you're a man for sex and you know what guys now you.

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"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"thousand two thousand dollars" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"And you know he may be able to get it congressional democrats now that they've got control of the senate thinks you georgia Want to get rid of these State and local option state strike to make a state and local taxes the salt state and local taxes ban in the trump tax breaks you donald trump when they restructure the tax code. They got rid of salt where you could deduct your state and local taxes on your federal income taxes that disproportionately hurt rich. People in new york and california into the democrats are begging to add a tax break back. That helps those rich people in new york and california and people like andrew cuomo. They're doing their best and they're probably going to be able to do it with joe manchin. Who has suddenly in demand. He's all over the news he's been on. Msnbc cnn fox news abc. I think he's on the today show with Meet the press with chuck. Todd i think for his evening show and all over what what is joe. Manchin what he suddenly the most powerful man in washington you know. John roberts has to be upset. Poor old john roberts to the supreme court he had perfectly positioned himself in a long come. The senate democrats they get a fifty fifty senate georgia republicans. Don't show up to vote. Hand the democrats the senate seats in georgia for two years. And joe manchin silly becomes the most powerful men in washington really fascinating to see and now they all want him he has said he's not going to get rid of the filibuster but he's also said he's okay with statehood for puerto rico and maybe for dc. He does not want five thousand. Two thousand dollar checks Sit out contrary to joe. Biden joe biden. You know they ran the campaign explicitly saying if you give us the senate in georgia we will give you two thousand dollars in taxpayer money voters and now they're not going to get that two thousand dollars. Joe manchin says no deal We got to focus on the vaccine. Not on on two thousand dollars. Joe mansion is the most powerful man in washington. Right now joe manchin can make or break the bite administration and he wants it his way and you know preserving the filibuster helps him. Because then you gotta do. Susan collins Susan collins gets negotiating room as long as the as long as the filibusters in place. Joe biden joe mansion is the most powerful man in washington. Dc hello there. It's here here and here the full number. If you want to call in eight seven seven nine seven eric..

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New York City, New York And Rockland County discussed on America's Morning News

America's Morning News

01:13 min | 3 years ago

New York City, New York And Rockland County discussed on America's Morning News

"Officials trying to contain a measles outbreak in a county north of New York City of ordered all unvaccinated people exposed to the disease barred from public gathering places, including houses of worship for up to three weeks. Now that order was issued in Rockland county, New York, they're having a problem there in Rockland county in a problem in Brooklyn as well. You cannot leave undependable of two thousand two thousand dollars per day provide. Now, you choose to leave and go out you risk that number one. Number two. There's something called liability. If you're under direct a directive of the health commission and not to go out, and you infect someone with your part of a situation that people get infected you have liability issues. Most of the cases that were reporting right now are from New York City and New York state. What's unfortunate is that this is a disease that's preventable with the safe and effective vaccine. I really urge parents to protect their children using the measles vaccine of the city. Tippy unusual step Monday of closing the preschool portion of a private Jewish school because the school failed the turnover vaccination and attendance records kill

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