35 Burst results for "Three Question"
Kari Lake Calls Out Bret Baier on Fox News
"I warned you about Brett bear and we have seen how to deal with this fake report of fake conservative. I'm just going to show you a little bit of, well, his destruction of the hands of a good friend of mine play cut. Gubernatorial candidate carried Lake, who has attacked drag queens as dangerous to children, attended the shows of drag queen Richard Stevens from more than 20 years, and once hired him to perform at her home. Do you care to address that? I do care. I actually do care to address that, and I'm really shocked. I'm actually appalled. That Fox News would take defamatory story like that, and we are pursuing legal action against this drag queen. I'm appalled that you would bring that up when you have not talked about our stolen election. You've failed. You spent three questions, mister leg talking about this. You asked you a number of questions about it. I played the Arizona. This is the first. Let's address this story that's in The Washington Post. Every candidate takes tough stories. I'm asking you to respond to it. If you'd like to. I'm happy to address it. But I'm really disappointed in Fox. I thought you were a little better than CNN. This is a person who I covered for decades. That's enough. That's enough. We're going to post the whole thing. You've got to take down taking Brett to the wood shed should be a hashtag out
Kari Lake Holds Her Ground Over Drag Queen's Allegations
"Want to say, how Carrie Lake conducted herself in this hostile interview with Fox News channel. It is a master's class on how politicians have to smack down the media, but do it a very nice and polite way. Let's take a listen. The Washington Post has a story today. It says Arizona GOP candidate who criticized drag queens was once a fan, according to a drag queen. This is the quote, Arizona GOP gubernatorial candidate carried Lake, who has attacked drag queens as dangerous to children, attended the shows of drag queen Richard Stevens from more than 20 years, and once hired him to perform at her home. Do you care to address that? I do care. I actually do care to address that and I'm really shocked. I'm actually appalled that Fox News would take defamatory story like that and we are pursuing legal action against this drag queen. I'm appalled that you would bring that up when you have not talked about our stolen election. You've failed. That's three questions. Mister leg talking about this. You asked you a number of questions about it. I played the Arizona. Let's address this story that's in The Washington Post. Every candidate takes tough stories. I'm asking you to respond to it, if you'd like to. I'm happy to address it, but I'm really disappointed in Fox. I thought you were a little better than CNN. This is a person who I covered for decades for decades, 20 years, and he's never been in my home. He says he's been in my home for a drag show that's ludicrous. He's never been in my home. He's lied, we tried to serve him defamation papers. Okay. And he so shady that we can't even track him down because he's not even welcome at the place of what it works. I'm sorry, but this is the last question but to ask, what about these pictures of you with him, Richard Stevens? What about the post I've performed for Kerry's birthday of performed in her home? That's not true. It's some of the serious bars in Phoenix. I don't want to ask these questions. I asked you to address them.
Daniel Schmidt: Elitists Visit Schools, Unprepared for Tough Questions
"Account Daniel how did this happen I mean most of us are so accustomed to censorship on college campuses This is not a dumb question I really I've been out of college When I was in college it wasn't like this at all I mean they were lefties obviously but I don't remember ever being afraid to tell people that I was a conservative I don't even remember it being a big deal It was kind of like yeah whatever The guy next to me is sat next to me in stony brook was a big conservative too How did you guys get in there and get to ask a question repeatedly It wasn't just one You got an apple bob you got Brian stelter in there I think Evita was in there too I'm actually let you guys in How did this happen Well yeah I mean we're making a big joke we're like if we can go through a three times because we've got three questions that that's going to be like a miracle by God So maybe God will then who knows No I just came out there we were confident We rose our hands There was a Q&A session I guess you know we did an app and I'm glad we did because if we were not there I mean not to Twitter or in some really no one else who got in critical questions The thing that these events is easily if they go to the events knowing not to be cancer going to ask me to have questions knowing they're going to get a big check I mean they can come to these events pretty much hungover and sound smarter and Goldberg was actually there today afterward And he called me out He said you know the kid they before had a very posterous assumption that if the hunter by laptop combat had to know the election what it had changed So clearly he was upset by my question He still is apparently on Twitter Hopefully I really do hope that this might change things Motivate either kid that other top schools to really ask these questions because there are a lot of these events These people are not going to concern the schools You won't see them go to university of Alabama They go to these top liberal schools because it's an easy way for them to do very brag on Twitter how I spoke to the future leaders And hopefully we're going to chase that because it's ridiculous how much they get away with
Child Actors Used for Kamala Harris' Bizarre Space Video
"I didn't see this story until this morning. And I found it during my before show show prep, which involves talking to Duane. And at that point, I just couldn't believe it. First of all, you got to know. You got to remember the cringe inducing video that vice president Kamala Harris for at least last week with the kids visiting her at the vice president's mansion. So let's play a couple of those clips. Cut number 7, Kamala Harris at the what is the naval observatory in the old days? It's now the vice president residents talking with 6 kids on the porch cut number 7. Do you have a link? Welcome. Thank you. The residents of the vice president. Here we are. Check it out. Okay, so it's kind of cringe inducing. And you think it sort of like a knockoff of the veep series starring Julia Louise Dreyfus. It got worse, by the way, second clip clip number 8. One of the things I most excited about. But the other, you guys are gonna see, you're gonna literally see the craters on the moon with your own eyes. When your own eyes are telling you, it is gonna be unbelievable. So that's one of the things we can do here too, which makes it. So that's okay. The beep doing deep things. From the Washington examiner. The first installment of vice president Kamala Harris's YouTube original space series featured child actors who addition for their roles in the project. Trevor Bernardino a 13 year old actor from Carmel California and one of the 5 teenagers featured in the video was asked to submit a monologue discussing something he was passionate about, and three questions for a world leader. According to an interview with KSW TV, Trevor, then interviewed with the production director. And then after that, like a week later, my agent called me and said, hey, Trevor, you booked it. Trevor said he didn't learn until much later he'd be meeting with the Kamala Harris, who was appointed to lead the national space council earlier this year.
"three question" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Do you know who the Yankees third baseman as I even watched baseball so long? Who is it? It's not. It's not Mike Paglia. Rouleau, is it? It's not Craig Nettles is on. Am I off by a few decades? I A gym says a little bit. So if you're missing the third basement, you don't just take off. Who is it, Rachelle? Oh, Who is that? Her? She ever show. I don't even know what I should. It was a Yankees fan back in the day, but ever since people started Neil and baseball and everything about but it's um it's not crazy, right? Actually gonna smite because, Jim, you fail. You don't know that. They're based. Mike came up with Mike. You'll be better for the you know. Yeah, that you don't jump on. You don't jump on the charter without your third baseman. Not through ahead counter. I might just checking just starting that out there. Okay? No, he says no. You go home with the whole team. You take a head count. We got a shortstop. We gotta we gotta hitting coach. The pitching coach yet you know which I find kind of astonishing. In a tragic way. We're Evacuating awards in Afghanistan. With child raping terrorists in charge. The Taliban with a known history of beheadings, subjugating women, terrorism and harboring terrorists. They're disgusting filth, the equivalent of human waste. Worse than human waste. Human waste, at least has a purpose flushing toxins out of your body. There's no purpose whatsoever to the Taliban other than pain, So you know less than human waste Taliban and yet we're not sure how many Americans will opinion. There's no head count. There's no way now. Now. Now now. There's a reason they're doing this. I'll get to that in a second. There's not. There's a reason they're not giving you a head count. Don't think for a second. This is just an innocent mistake. We really have no idea how many Americans are in Afghanistan. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, we We don't do stupid. Okay. Where do we tolerate? Stupid and that's just stupid. To hold in your head. Okay? Questions how many stranded Americans are left behind? These are the questions Amid the chaos. We can't hit the bed. If you know what I mean. We have to think clearly as they focus Question number two. Why did we abandon Bagram Air Base? And why are we re taking it now? There are two runways there. It is a secure or was a secure military facility. About a 20 minute. Hello, left outside of Kabul. We could be flying planes out. Almost 24 7. We have the ability to fly out at night. There we control it. Why have it? Why did we abandon Bagram? Why haven't we retaken bargain? Fair question? No. Question number three. I said there are a lot of questions, but these are the top three. I see. Right? Why did the Afghan National Army fail fail so quickly? We know the intel was there. We know the military. Intel was there. The Afghan National Army was not ready to fight the Taliban. We know that why isn't that they felt so quickly. And why is this all basically been hidden from us? Well. There's my three. So let's go back to question number one, because this is the most important one right now, in the most pressing one. How many Americans are stranded? Yes. Stranded Jen Psaki stranded in Afghanistan right now. Well, listen to Jake Sullivan, Our national security adviser in name only Listen to him again. Blame the Americans. They've done this repeatedly for being stuck in Afghanistan. This will explain a lot before you listen to Think to yourself when you pose the question. Why do you think he's saying it this way? What do you think the Biden administration is preparing to do? How many Americans are shamed in Afghanistan. Check this out. Many people have asked reasonably why we cannot provide a precise number of American citizens still in country. Let me explain. When Americans have come to Afghanistan Over the years, we asked them to register with the embassy. Many.
Three Questions Biden Needs to Answer on Afghanistan
"A head count. Don't think for a second. This is just an innocent mistake. We really have no idea how many Americans are in Afghanistan. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, we We don't do stupid. Okay. Where do we tolerate? Stupid and that's just stupid. To hold in your head. Okay? Questions how many stranded Americans are left behind? These are the questions Amid the chaos. We can't hit the bed. If you know what I mean. We have to think clearly as they focus Question number two. Why did we abandon Bagram Air Base? And why are we re taking it now? There are two runways there. It is a secure or was a secure military facility. About a 20 minute. Hello, left outside of Kabul. We could be flying planes out. Almost 24 7. We have the ability to fly out at night. There we control it. Why have it? Why did we abandon Bagram? Why haven't we retaken bargain? Fair question? No. Question number three. I said there are a lot of questions, but these are the top three. I see. Right? Why did the Afghan National Army fail fail so quickly? We know the intel was there. We know the military. Intel was there. The Afghan National Army was not ready to fight the Taliban. We know that why isn't that they felt so quickly. And why is this all basically been hidden from us? Well.
How Many Americans Are Stranded in Afghanistan?
"Down answers to regarding what's going on in Afghanistan because it's the responsible thing to do. And we have irresponsible leaders right now in D. C were a joke they become. I mean, a joke like I mean it like you're literally jokes being told about them around the world. Now, this is not a funny situation. But our leaders are a joke. You understand those aren't the same thing right? There's nothing funny about what's going on in Afghanistan. But our leaders are a joke. Those two things can coexist at the same time. The entire globe is laughing at these idiots in the swamp right now in the DC Swamp. So three questions. We need answers to right now and play some audio and some are Some sound here. Hopefully, hopefully affect us in the right direction. Number one How many stranded Americans are left behind? Yes, Stranded. Do not listen to peppermint Patty at the White House press briefings were offended at the idea. We stranded preview stranded people. There are emails everywhere. I just got an email this morning while doing my podcast for my source who has people on the ground, saying they are absolutely stranded that the airport is not open that that is nonsense that they're barely getting people in there. There are people on the ground right now they are stranded pep. German. Patty doesn't want to say stranded and I'm sure the media will now follow her instructions and use various, uh, euphemisms. They're not stranded. We're just trying to prevent unauthorized entry into the airport. They'll dump the word strengthen, but people are stranded. So question number one. How many Americans are stranded in Kabul right now in Afghanistan in general?
Three Questions Joe Biden Needs to Answer
"You're telling me the most powerful army on Planet Earth had no better evacuation plan for Afghanistan than to emulate Saigon. Let's do what we did there like that worked out so well, that was your best option. Why did we abandoned Bagrham? Question number one. There has been no legitimate answer. Millie is spinning. And giving nonsense answers. Well, we couldn't do it. Why couldn't we do it? Explain why exactly, we couldn't do that. Yeah. Second Why did the Biden team dismantle this crisis Response team Donald Trump had proposed. And was in the process of funding and building up that was purposefully instituted to deal with crises like this overseas on foreign soil. When we have to implement these NEOS, these non combatant evacuation orders getting out non military personnel. The Trump team had a plan for this. Gosh, what I wouldn't do for me Tweets again, Please, let's go back to mean tweets. Can we do that? I'll take me tweets over controlled inflation. Growing economy, relative recovery from this pandemic, economically and and and a foreign policy where at least we know where we stand. And released. At least we know we're not going to engage in a leave every man behind approach like Obama and Biden did. You dismantle the crisis Response team just weeks before the fall of Kabul in Afghanistan. As a caller alleged on my show on Tuesday it was done to avoid having a response team. Well, that doesn't make sense, then makes perfect sense. State Department doesn't want to response team laying around. If they think Kabul is going to fall because then they'll have to deploy it and they don't want to deploy it. So if they don't want to deploy it, why not just abandon
Schools Reopen With Masks Optional in Many US Classrooms
"It may be only early August but many schools across the U. S. are re opening to in person instruction with a mixed bag of face covering rules across the nation like many states Georgia is leaving it up to local schools to decide whether face coverings will be required Henry county where students are back in school has decided not to insist on masks we actually operated school when S. hospitals were far more strained than they are today here's Henry county school superintendent Mary Elizabeth Davis we are highly recommending that individuals opt for a mask as an added layer of prevention it's it does all elementary had mixed feelings about the policy Charles Dunn is a grand parent of a student at the school three questions definitely Georgia governor Bryant camp said with the surgeon inspections the state has seen an increase in coded nineteen vaccinations but he's opposed to code related mandates I'm Jennifer king
The Fourth Industrial Revolution and Stakeholder Capitalism With Peter Vanham
"Peter thank you so much for being with you. I thought you were describing. Somebody else was quite sheriff. should respond but the lead to be with you yes. The six languages in three master's degrees really threw me. I can barely string a good sentence together some days so impressive. i think that's a thing around europe so you are joining us today from where i mean geneva switzerland so that means that. I'm looking out over the geneva lake which stormies absolutely beautiful with mountains in the background but right now. Fortunately i'm joining you on a very cloudy and rainy day in spring. Oh well you know. I remember the very first time i went to switzerland. I think i was fourteen. And i remember walking around that lake. You don't seeing the fountain and then just a a hadn't been back in a number of years and then about four. And a half years ago. I had the pleasure of going to geneva and then visiting the world economic forum headquarters and have to say that was a bucket list item for me. I just stood on the grass looking over and just was in awe of the fact that i made it there. You know so. I couldn't be more thrilled Absolutely and i couldn't be more than to be with you. I know you're almost halfway around the world so it's amazing that we can be together the amazing benefits of technology. That's for sure. Well as we get started. I always begin with something i call bullish. Bearish and i thought it would do it a little bit differently this time. It's three questions bullish for it. Berisha against it so i went to the twitter feed of world economic forum. And for those of you listening if you don't follow it you absolutely should follow it. And i just grabbed the last three topics tweets. And that's going to be your bullish barris questions all right all right the first one. I don't make this up worms for dinner bullish. Bearish i'm personally a little bit. Bearish on data at all school. I i like to. I like a good steak every once in a while. But i know that's not where we're headed so
Immediately Grab Your Audience's Attention
"What's the best opening you've ever experience. Perhaps it was a book. Play movie or talk for me. It took place on a warm july evening. When my high school girlfriend than i went to see eric clapton. The first concert for each of us and exactly eight o'clock the house lights went out with no stage lights on. It was eerily dot about a minute went by and then without any warning accord. Rano from eric's guitar immediately. The stage lights flashed on and the band came to life. Eric is group had accomplished exactly what they set out to do. Hook the audience from the very first instant. How different would it have been is slow in came out with the stage lights on scrolled up to the microphone and said providence. It's great to be here. But before the band and i begin to play i would like to thank xyz productions for scheduling this event and we have to give a nod to the local roadies who assisted accrue the music would have been just as good but would the overall experience have been the same. Would we have been as engrossed as we were would. The memory have remained so vivid after all these years. I have to believe the incident. All three questions is no as a public speaker. Whether you're speaking in a meeting around stage you two need to grab your audience's attention immediately. Why well there are several reasons. The greatest one is that if you don't grab your listeners. Attention from the beginning you'll have to work especially hard to get them engaged and even though you might be able to accomplish this. It's often an uphill battle.
Friends and Foes: The Neuroscience of In-Group and Out-Group
"What led you to focus on in group out group. What was the spot that going ahead. You had you got on that path. Yeah over the twenty years now. Twenty five years or so of my career. I've been interested in in a set of questions that all converge on similar themes one of the question has to do with how it is. We understand ourselves. What do i make my own personality characteristics. How do i decide. What kind of behaviors are appropriate and social interaction. How do i put. It isn't gonna save somebody another how we make sense of others mental states. And what is it that i am. How is it that. I can be successful as i am when i interact with people you know. Humans are much more social than other animals. And we're really good at understanding what others around they're going to do and then the third question is is acknowledgement that. We're good at this but we're not perfect and in fact we make systematic mistakes and errors when we interact with other and i became interested in. What the source of those systematic errors are which of course leads you straight away to the kind of bias that we suffer from when we interact with in group members which is accurate number nine right. I think it's a great segue to just kind of getting a definition for folks listening and you know what what is in group and out group. What is that basic schema constructs and how do we understand so much the effects of it which is basically what he's yeah all. Primates and humans included are fundamentally group animals. We get together with other humans and innocent. Our species has really doubled down on our group. I if you look at how bands of modern hunter gather survive. It's really through the joint efforts of other human that we managed to navigate physical wells. We bring down large animals or how we farm and you know throughout history being banished from group with almost considered a death sentence because human unlike many other animals really do have trouble tonight on our own so so are the interactions we have in our status within groups is really important essentially important to human at individual species but as soon as you create a group by as soon as we band together in some tribe family or tribe or clan what we've done effectively as draw circle around ourselves back exclude others who are not part of our family are part of our tribe part of plans and it turns out that kind profound invitations for how human think about other people. It changes the way we think about those people who are inside of our circle and it fundamentally changes the way we think about people who are outside
When You Should Hire A Tax Professional as a Business Owner
"First up we have been who asked what three questions someone should ask themselves if they think they're ready to fire themselves as an accountant bookkeeper. So ben i'm going to make this very simple for you. There's really only one question you need to ask and that is do you own a business because of the answer is yes and you do own a business. It's already time to find yourself in higher tax professional right. This taxes are too tricky. Once you own a business to be trying to do them yourselves if you just have a w. to fine get on turbo tax crank that thing out nice and simple but once you have a business there is too much you can mess up whether that's missing deductions. You're entitled to or trying to take things that you're not entitled to the then gonna cost you significant penalties and interest right so once you're a business. Owner is time to hire a tax professional. The bookkeeping end of. That is a little more tricky. Especially because that can get expensive so the sooner that you can move those tasks with professional the better. You certainly want to make sure you can fit your budget. You don't want to do it before you can actually afford it right. But the thing to think about is that not only. Does this take time away from doing things that actually make you money. Meaning if you're spending time bookkeeping you're not sent spending time making sales and doing all these things that actually make you money but you are also very likely doing things wrong. Okay even a moderately experienced person. That's had some experience with numbers is going to mess up their own bookkeeping. If this isn't what they do is a profession. Okay so by the time you hire somebody you're gonna spend way more time and money to get it cleaned up so the quick answer on went to hire a professional when the fire yourself from these tasks is a s. Ap if you wanna business
Opportunities Have Expiration Dates
"Opportunities have expiration dates. Brilliant line. I don't know about you but usually i realized that my milk has an expiration date. But i've never thought about opportunities having expiration dates. I believe it's profoundly true. Let me give you couple of examples. Friend calls you on the phone and says they have a ticket to a concert. They can get you a ticket but got thirty minutes to decide to decide now whether you want to go to the show or not. Someone sends you a message and says an old friend is in town. But they're leaving tomorrow. You want to see him. It's gotta be tonight. Opportunities have expiration dates. Those are obvious question. Obvious situations where you might see that. But i have some questions for you to think about this idea a little bit further. Have you ever missed an opportunity because you are unaware of it. Have you ever missed an opportunity. Because you let it fall down your priority list or have you ever missed an opportunity because you delayed or stuck in analysis paralysis. Well unless you are dead or delusional you got at least one. Yes to those three questions probably more than one. Yes to more than one of those questions now. Not every thing. We run across is obvious as the ticket being available or the friend being in town. Sometimes we don't know there are opportunities because we don't notice them which could be because we're not looking for them which leads me the first of two big ideas to help you take advantage of opportunities. And here's the first one you have to have opportunity radar radar simply means that you are noticing scanning looking for expecting to find
What's the Objective When Presenting an Oral Defense?
"May thirty first twenty twenty one today. I want to talk about the main purpose of presenting an oral defense. Today we are basically concluding the sixteen week course doing research providing or designing and creating a thesis paper around a specific problem that relates to applied linguistics. And we've completed the paper and now we are trying to include the key points from that thesis paper into a twenty minute presentation allowing ten minutes for question and answer. We're at a point now where we have basically one week before we begin with or presentation so i think it's a good time at at this point to stress and just focus again on what our main objective is when we present an oral defense. The objective is simply to present a set of questions one question or two or three questions that relate to the problem to the key point of our thesis paper and in the results and discussion section to answer those questions. That's that's the key point. Make sure that at this point in your preparation. You're putting together ideas in your slides in your powerpoint presentation that number one you have included your research questions just before the method section number two that those research questions are in fact being answered in your results and discussion section. Sometimes it happens where at the end of this whole process. We still are going back to our research questions to slightly modify to tweak maybe tighten our research questions to make sure that we are directly answering those questions. That's very important sometimes. This might mean merging questions. Maybe you're combining two questions into one question maybe. In some cases you're completely removing
Changing Work Environments and Availability Bias
"Into start things off today. I wanna play a little game. I want you to mentally or even allowed as long as other people are not looking at you. Strangely to answer the following questions as quickly and as intuitively as possible first question is name a brand of computer the second question name a make or model of a car and the third question name the color of a piece of clothing. If you're like most people those three things that you named you have come into contact with very recently. Maybe you're looking at somebody with that piece of clothing on that's blue or maybe you own like i do an apple computer or maybe you just saw a commercial about one. Maybe it's possible that The car make and model that you listed was something that you own yourself or maybe you just read an article about tesla today for whatever reason. It's likely that you came into contact with those three things. Of course that doesn't mean that it's impossible for you to have recalled something that you haven't come into contact with but when your brain is given this task it fills in blanks with things that it believes. A relevant and relevance is a very topic when it comes to our brains and that's what we're talking about in stays episode. My name's jonathan cottrell. You're listening to developer. T my goal on this show is to help. Jordan developers like you find clarity perspective and purpose in their careers. This is the second part of a discussion. We started last week about this big transition as you transition. We're all making at the end of a global pandemic things are changing in the workplace for virtually everyone
10 Trivia Questions on Seinfeld and George Costanza
"All right seinfeld. george costanza trivia. Here's question number one. What does george eat from a trash can while getting caught by his girlfriend's mom number one. What does george eat from a trash can while getting caught by his girlfriend's mom number one question number two. What is george out buying when his girlfriend. Jane appears topless at the hamptons number two. What is george out buying when his girlfriend. Jane appears top lists at the hamptons number two number three george attempts to get a date in the personal ads for what communist newspaper number three george attempts to get a date and the personal ads in the name of what communist newspaper number three and four walking with a waitress in a park. What word is george. Say he actually likes number four when walking with a waitress in a park. What word does george say. He really likes. Question number five. George fears one the susan's collection because it resembles whom number five george fears one of the dolls and susan's collection because it resembles whom and question number six. George wants to name his child seven after. What major league baseball players jersey number number six. George wants to name his child seven after what. Mlb players jersey number number six question. Seven on costanza. What company did george pretend to be handicapped. At what company did george pretend to be. Handicapped number seven three questions left to go for. George what is george is supposed adult film star name for himself number eight. What is georgia's supposed- adult film star name for himself number. Eight and number nine steinbrenner trades george from the yankees to what other company number nine steinbrenner trades george from the yankees to what other company and your final question for today number ten on what date in december two stanzas celebrate festivus. What date in december do the castanza's celebrate festivus.
Why Turning off Your Emotions Is Crucial in Poker
"Turn off your emotions. This one may be easier said than done but may just be the most important part of the entire process when trying to figure out what the other player has. You can't let your emotions control you. Have you ever caught yourself in one of these situations. A you know your beat but you call to your seeking revenge against a player for an earlier hand or you think. A particular player is always bluffing answered. Yes to any of those three questions. You might want to turn things around using a logical and steady hand elimination process and rains. Construction is a much better way than simply hoping to be right this time. Don't get too stuck on the off chance that you're bluffing you. Even if occasionally they may be if the spot is such that they have more value than bluffs. It may be the time to fold. The fact is that. If you play poker you'll get bluffed out of your hands sometimes and you'll miss earning value in some spots. But that's completely fine as long as you're sticking to rational and math based decisions you're gonna do fine
What To Do When You're Tech-Specting: Navigating the Digital World With Your Kids
"I had learned to have a baby. I was so grateful it is a privilege. I do not take for granted and yet it was a new frontier. I felt scared. And i felt overwhelmed and i wanted to do a good job and my personality type if i am stepping into a scary situation. I want to arm myself. I want as much of a roadmap as i can. So i pursued three things. I talked to my parents. My aunties my you know. All the a generation that helped raise me to get their advice I talked to the parents just a little bit ahead of me. And then i read books like what to expect when you're expecting and that trio of resources helped me even though it was still so hard and it was still uncertain. I had a sense of what some of the likely twists and turns might be and we joke. Sometimes that start is the book that we wish existed that we would call what to expect when you're expecting once again. We as parents are in a new frontier. We don't know what to do and the difference between this and the situation we talked about it. I still do ask the generation ahead of me for advice. But they don't have any lived experience. They wish me well. You know there is no book that's called what to expect when you're expecting. That really helps you walk through how to do this. And what was most startling to myself in the others. When we started this a few years ago is we then went to these friends who are just a little bit ahead of us who when we asked about juggling youth sports or potty training or sibling issues maybe they all said different things. You know you get a lot of different advice but it got some good word for us and when we went to those friends a little bit ahead of us inserted to ask questions like how much screen time is too much. Or how should i feel about social media or fortnight or any of those questions. We were blown away because we're grena. Instead of getting words of wisdom. What we were getting almost consistently was faces. That got like a deer in headlights. And they would say i don't know what to do but do something different and so we started to hear these devastating stories of just how it was creating at the lowest levels stress because we hear national survey say that technology is the number one battleground between parents and kids and in worse cases. Really really sad things that had happened. And so that was what motivated us to say. Hey let's just at least start having this conversation because the other distinctive thing about it was so many of those people shared and of never told anyone about this. There was so much angst and shame and we wanted to bring this issue out so that people could no. You're not alone. There is no playbook but we together are going to become the wisdom makers we're going to create the norms. We're going to have the courage to step into these conversations in the best way we can knowing that we're going to fail but we care enough about our kids to step into the ring. That's good yes. So what have you learned since you all started this. Organization's the questions. That parents were asking the most and how to help their kids navigate their tech world. While i think we've had a lot of consistent questions over time and right now in the middle of covid some of that is more on the back burner. And i would say the most consistent things we're hearing now are. How do i juggle this world where you can't get away from screens learning all of these different things and we have consolidated it into. How do i keep my kit. We've consolidated into three themes. How do i keep my kids safe. How do i keep my kids. Same you know. And how do i keep. My kids seen relational e seem and We have session where we talk about that in detail specifically around the context of virtual learning where so many people are living these days and so we. I felt like we were getting so many questions from parents that had such high expectations and we boiled it down to those three questions because we realize this is not a year where you can have the same level of expectations for yourself as you do in a normal year are we. It takes a village and our village is depleted and not available to help us in the same way and so we felt like it would be really helpful to help parents think. What are those three most important things keeping your kids safe sane and seen and if you do that that is good enough. That is huge during this
"three question" Discussed on The Road To A Billion
"Is up. Eighty three question question. Yeah i like these kids coming around. Somebody asked me earlier message me. They're like hey do you want me throw some Some softball or some some some pitches. I was like listen. I swing at hard balls fastballs curveballs as long as it's in my strike zone. I'm gonna swag if it's something i can answer going to let bill but if it's something i could add value to men. I love these questions. Just keep them gunman beautiful question from jaws about Inner problems location. Ask you wanna explain where that's coming from. Yes so there. There have been times in my life where i hit a brick wall and i didn't know what was holding me back like i had guesses of what was holding back but i couldn't really pinpoint it and i've actually found it but is there. Do you have some kind of process to know at what point in time. Something is holding you back. Do you have some kind of thinking process to let you know okay like this. This is my. This is my issue. What i need to overcome. They just gives you clarity on those mental issues. So you don't have to deal with them and they get amplified before you realize that you have them epa question for you what matters more knowing why are breaking free from it. Free from it sometimes. There's some issues that it probably is better. We don't fully understand why right. It's i mean it's not that's not beneficial but the energy it takes to go down the roads to figure out wide. Sometimes it's just like you know what i'm going to be different and i'm going to change and i know i will. I know there. I recognize these issues. And i want to deal with them. But i'm not going to go in this journey for like years. Have gone to therapy to figure out why i am the way again. I'm just going to begin. Embracing the thoughts that allow me to grow Now this isn't always the case right. There are certain times where there might be like the actual need to talk to somebody from a professional standpoint So like i'm not knocking that there's definitely a need for it but The reason i'm asking you what's better known wire breaking free because some people just they just want to figure out why they don't really wanna change because then they want to explain and use that reason as to why as an excuse to stay where they are and so if you're thinking that it's better to break free. What i'm going to do now is going to ask you to rephrase your question. Because i wanna get to the root of it right So can you please rephrase your question again. Okay so no one. What i told you. I want you to rephrase the question. So i know that you're like your inner problems get amplified Get more money. They don't go away. So how how do i get rid of him before that happens consistently saw i recognize us as humans. Like where we're never going to be perfect right. We're never gonna have everything really together and giving yourself permission to be broken allows yourself to be put back together.
"three question" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"But my third question is, did he site what this new data or data is? I mean, I do think that Good other side. What I took away from what he said was. We have some some experts here in our state. And then there was a Harvard M I T And that's all. Like, Remember off the top of my head for the studies on the research that he cited, But you're wanted. Your question was wet. What? No, no, I mean, that is I was just wondering, was the data based on you know, state and you know, state run schools or if it's this the national data, and that's what he's saying. In the difference between what's happening the information that the K A T U of reporter had what we had. We knew some of this in June. Then it was verified by other national studies about school. Transmission. And then that's what he's operating on. Not Oh, we found out in Bellevue, Yakama and say, Eat him claw that this is how it works. And so we'll do it for the state. It's a national study is providing the data, but there's a lot and I don't know why he pulled the trigger right this moment, necessarily. But there's big talk for weeks back now, in all of the state health, three things where they're saying there's like because they were getting a lot of pressure. Why are you sending kids back to school? Look at what they're doing over here. Look at this study, and they're like, Well, yeah, We think so, too, But we're going to just be careful. Okay? Okay, John. He's gonna He's gonna address this now because he's not gonna be the secretary of energy, so he's gonna wake back up again and try to be a leader in this regard. That's a good There we go. It's a good thing. Yeah, the Let's see how much the unions fight him on this. I think like watching the school district has said that that would be like east like I think they're saying you're not going to go back this year. They're going to still continue to do remote. But I said the other day you have you phrase it like a racist thing, because that's what everybody talks about in the inequities. Then all of a sudden people jump on that. So I guess that's what he's looking at. Now, as people realized, Well, some kid doesn't have WiFi. He's failing in school. He's further behind that he was or she's further behind than she was. You have to do something. So now he is turning it over to the 247 school districts that are all over the all over the state of Washington, and now they are going to have to Taken stood, They still have to negotiate. I assume with all the unions, right, Like like washing school District. East Lake's got four different unions in that high school, so that it really you haven't moved the ball anywhere, Have we? I cannot express to you enough. What a mess. The whole school funding and education thing is going to be right now. What? Because, yes, they do have to bargain with teachers. They have to come. Not all the pieces are gonna want to come back. I can already tell you that w E. A. Their response was not a strongly worded as I expected, but it was still strongly worded on again. There's inequity and you're just gonna have a mixed bag of miss. Much of some kids were in school. Some kid's parents decide No, not safe for my kid. I'm keeping a mom who knows what we have a Skouras educated kids, You know, 15 years. Is there any chance that they'll hire more teachers? Because to have teachers teach in person and then the same class for those that aren't coming online doing it online. I would think they'd need more Teachers fund, some for the online students and some for the in house students. If they do a hybrid. I honestly don't know what, how you're going to do that. Because you were right. You would have to have someone remote and some, not, And there's just maybe now getting close to where they're somewhat good..
"three question" Discussed on SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!
"Any other year. And this time of the year we start talking about those of us in the mental health realm. We'd start talking about how to cope with the holidays and especially for those who are struggling with some kind of substance abuse or mental health disorder whether it's mild moderate or severe. That's the spectrum that we're looking at when we're talking about substance use and mental health issues. Many of you are seeking answers. Like what can i do right now. That will turn this around. How do i stop drinking. Or how do i stop arguing with my family. How do i st- up feeling so lonely. How do i get happy. And those of us in the industry are pop off answers to those questions left and right. I'm going to tell you the truth. It comes down to slowing down. I if you are in personal crisis of any kind whether it be mental health fiscal health physical health. What you need to first and foremost is ask yourself three questions number one. What do i need right now right here and now number two. Who can help me right now. Right here and now number three. What are three things. I can do today right now here and now to get that need met in the year twenty twenty. We have been to you. S- crisis intervention over and over and over again. Which is why. I wanna come back to the very basic necessities and needs of your personal being especially during the time that ramps up to this massive holiday and this if you're in the us massive changeover on our leadership front and other issues in the world that seems so overwhelming because we're in a pandemic a world pandemic and financial crises. These are big big crises. It's not the every now and then kind of stuff that throws a curve ball but guess what those things are still happening to the things that happen when we least expect it or have been slowly brewing over time. I always like to start with. Oh lynn how do i recognize. I'm in crisis. Just in case you need a little help here you might be finding yourself feeling watchful and on guard you might have unusual tiredness or an inability to sleep big one for many of us. You may have difficulty in thinking. Clearly that cannot be attributed to you getting older or being on medication or the time of year are pandemic. All of those things will have effect on you. But there's this intuition that tells you it's something more you might have repetition of thoughts and images related to an experience of trauma or emotional impact. You could be irritable and full of anxiety which is not normal day to day anxiety. You might have feelings of being unsafe or extremely vulnerable. You might have some depression that is lingering in causing you not to engage near life fully same thing with anxiety. You might have questions of self doubt and really. Don't feel good at all about yourself or you may have had massive change in your life. That is shaking you to your core in your found yourself looking at your life goals and orientation toward life. These things make it very difficult for you to think. Clearly they hijack your mind and if you're drinking a drug alcohol or taking other drugs that are not prescribed to you or taking prescription drugs that you're not quite following the label directions on these are the makings of
"three question" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Hey, Gregg Popovich. Let's see if you're interested. This is where you go. I don't get the fascination off the six years going for Doc rivers in this situation. It absolutely is baffling to me. Write one of the stories written. It was a Ramona Shelburne story on ESPN dot com To give it its full full Do is some of the questions that That bomber had What would be the first three questions you'd be asking of. All right. How's this going to be any different right? When his meetings with Doc Rivers rivers was focused on staffing changes, schematic adjustments. Improved chemistry from another year of playing together and that they need a true point. Car bomber. The questions one. Why was there a lack of leadership to? Why was the canvas tree lacking? And three why we're players so one through unenthusiastic about playing in the bubble. Three huge questions of your job's a motivator. I needed a hell of a job as a mentor to people there is they were thinking about leaving the bubble and it all blowing up and Not continuing to use this platform and to finish out what they'd started, and everybody had worked all those long months to do so. He got credit there, but he couldn't get his own team on the same page and obviously injuries and inconsistencies and whatever else going through in terms of bubble participation, but it still gets back to the same. Question that we had all along of all right. Are you gonna be able to get them any further? Seven years. Lots of talent. You've got multiple. I mean, I think you just own. They renamed the Sixth Man of the Year award. It goes to a Clipper. That's it. And you brought in the two stars did combat LeBron and Etienne. What are they doing? They're just absolutely running roughshod off over a team that was supposed to be able to play defense have good chemistry and go through. Injuries are one thing, but that that wasn't gonna matter. Tonight. They were already dominating before the the injuries piled up. So Steve Ballmer's looking here and I think watching this game going. We made the right call. We're not in that league, and if you're the Sixers, are you thinking you're suddenly going to fix the chemistry? That's been such an issue. How many columns do you think you've read related to Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons. And how well they do or don't get along How many weeks? I mean, I'm talking days off my life reading columns about what that team chemistry was all about, because, remember, they tried to blame Jimmy Butler for it. They tried to blame him, and now he's down in Miami and everybody's you know, kissing the ring, because, well, he's not gonna get a ring. But you know what I mean the proverbial ring or his coffee cup because of what this team is, and they've embodied. At least through this point, everything that he is as a player, Doc Rivers. That's not that's not the setup for him. That's not the point. Get look and I love Tom Thibodeau. He's the perfect guy for the next right. He's a perfect I'll worry about Tom Thibodeau rubbing the stars the wrong way when the Knicks win 50 games, and they're looking to get to the second round of the playoffs. Ah, horny about that in 20 years what it happens. He's the right guy. But that's the kind of team that Doc Rivers is right for you in a high profile situation, How did we get a team from a to B right that That's the thing and and the Knicks. Clearly, there's still a long way from a B there in numbers Right now, there's still like 12 things. They're not even at a gig that jump to get Teo. That's the team that he can say. All right, it's hot. It's a hot environment and I can handle this and I can handle the team. There won't be drama and I'll get us from a to B. We keep bringing in some talent. And we'll get to that point where winning 45 50 games were in the playoffs, and everybody is going to be happy. That's where Doc will succeed. I mean, for seven years we've watched him not succeed in the same situation. The 76 is around. How do they think he's that? God, I don't get it. I just don't know any when you're trying to crawl up from where you've been. That's the excitement of ringing into Doc Rivers. The The Sixers have already been there. Right there, Not a bad team. They just need some refinement and pushed to that next level, maybe one or two more players that added in, maybe in a little bit of an attitude adjustment, But are they necessarily going to become championship material Looking at with the way the Eastern Conference is set up right now? No and Doc Rivers, not the guy to bring them there. I I agree fully. It's it's the New York Knicks, and it doesn't say he's a bad coach. But let's call it what it is. You had seven years with a lot of talent, and I know the West has been hard. But you weren't able to get through even bringing in immense talent and having what universally was regarded as the best roster top to bottom, even sitting home awhile on, there's reasons for it, so I think I should just facts. Those questions that bomber asked their tow any future employer. Sorry, Doc. Twitter at How about a Fresca? Mike? It's swollen dome, The Jason Smith show with my bays friend. My Carmen indeed.
"three question" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"President Trump is committed and the third question I ask is today love people do they care about others? To me? This is very clear President Trump is demonstrated through his prison reform, advocating for school choice and welfare reform. Hey, wants Americans from all walks of life. You have the opportunity to 16 and live the American dream. President Trump loves our country and our great people trust commitment. And love. President Trump We have a president. Wicked trust who worked hard making America greater and generally kills about people. If I apply this test to Joe Biden, I can't say yes to any of these three questions. I used to ask our athletes at Notre Dame. If you did not show up who would miss you? And why do you imagine what would happen to us if President Trump and not shown up in 2016 to run for president? I'm so glad he showed up five. Q for showing up, Mr President. I encourage everyone You love this country who loves America to show up in November for President Trump. Thank you. This's 2020 votes on my heart radio Michael McHale. But my friends call me Mick I'm a 30 year active duty member of law enforcement in the state of Florida. I am also the president of the National Association of Police Organizations. Our organization recently endorsed Donald Trump for re election as president of the United States. Our endorsement recognized his strong support for the men and women on the front lines, particularly during these challenging times way value his support of aggressive federal prosecution of those who attack Our police officers,.
"three question" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"About Oh, she's She's asking three questions. But what? What she was pointing out is that they're coming to England. They're coming. They're all over the world. This is an international movement. And its global socialism. I've told you 100,000 times many times, people come up to me and said You're absolutely right. Some people didn't understand. I'm talking about. I've had to explain it in person to people. They've heard me talk about it on the show. They're using race as a blunt instrument. Didn't work in the sixties when they they the international Socialist when they came at US. Through Frankfurt school in everything else and said, Hey, workers of the world unite! In the in America. They said, No. Get the hell out of here. We'll unite. What? We're already united. We got unions Remington 75 bucks an hour to screwing lug nuts. I got a snowmobile bike. I got property in the U P. I got a lake house up. I hope like I got a house in Dearborn and put my kids through college waiting. You want me to do what? So they look drawn up that women we can't do it That way. The workers have too much. I'm serious about this. This is gamed out. Gamed out. So where did they go? They went with race. How do we know it's divide and conquer? That's how the Communist Revolution came about in the first place, the vital conquer it was a proletariat against the capitalist pig. Didn't work. Obama tried some of that You may recall, remember the story of stuff didn't work. So race is it, man? Can you find a more A more blunt your instrument 10 race. Yeah, so that was it, And they started planting the sea this back in the sixties plant in C. That black people are being horribly maligned. They'll never have anything because white people have everything. And they just kept working that narrative. Well, it turns out that back down black people have a lot of stuff. Oh boy, did they ever really low unemployment, The family was strong. I mean, Lyndon Johnson Group bought into their plate into this, too, with the great society, the welfare society, But you get the point Race is a blunt instrument. Obama's the one that sharpened it to a razor's edge. Straight up. Now we've got what we've got. Now the whole school system has been gamed into a propaganda center to further the lithe, straight up lie. That white people are bad black people are good white people have enslaved black people so they could selfishly live high on the hog. That's the narrative. In a nutshell, There's 12. There's great skate through R K through 12 right there. And then up in the graduate school as well. That is a thread throughout everything in the public school system. It is undeniable. They added into that courtesy of 2001 forward a little out of time they lumped in the Muslim thing, too. The the Western civilization. Caucasian, Christian, blah, blah, blah, evil. Islam's great black people are great. Look, everybody's great. But they don't say that. Every life matters. They don't say that. So where we're at right now, This has been allowed to happen, and we're allowing it to happen now, like we ain't never allowed it to happen before you need to stand against it that starts with you standing up and talking against it. Now back to finish off this demand. Of black lives matter. Some guy named. Let's go back here and this piece of the courier the restaurant remain close. That's just a Cuban restaurant because management staff were concerned about safety, according to the releasing the was called her The Louisville Courier Journal Amendment staff are concerned about safety. According to release 30 plus staff members, mostly immigrants were unable to earn a paycheck. 30 employees. So Chris Turner, Louisville Best reporter reported on the Black Lives matter. Protest, forcing the closing of the business in July 24th knew again the neighborhood down there called Newell Protestors demands posted in the East. Mark it on these market. Street east market is black between clay and Shelby streets. Protesters unloaded three trucks of barricades, buffet tables, canopies, even a piano to occupy the area. So they took this man's business down with a competing business. That wasn't a business at all. Black lives matter. Louisville markets and anti racism, racism training on a verified Facebook page produced in partnership with move on dot or Wow. Now there's a bunch of white guys, eh? It's David Braque, George Soros and Hillary Clinton. Oh, you forgot you weren't supposed to forget. Yeah, that's David Brock, Hillary Clinton. George Soros move on their own and other left wing and partisan Democrat organizations and activist affiliated with Black lives matter denied. That his organization's demands amounted to a threat. The of course I just spelled out too. In no uncertain detail. That this post is called shakedown Black lives matter, demands a cut of Louisville business profits for protection and then laid out the letter that they sent out. This is insane that anybody anybody could support this in any way I could walk around with a black lives matter. T shirt could talk about black lives matter in their church service and give it a pass. Anybody. No. On the homeless time together. You know, we got time for this. Black lives matter, come back and bite you on your ass. Even if you're black, if you're not doing what they want you to do. There's another case in point. Lord, this is a supremacist group. This does not say that all black people are black supremacists. No and white people are white supremacist. That's the picture. Black lives matter Paints. If you're white, you're supremacist no far from it. We've got too many other things to do. We don't want to be walking around acting also Primi, okay? But here's the deal. Blackman's mentor is a supremacist group instead about we're going to make some demands, and they were all once we get everything off the wrinkles ironed out. We'll all just get along. No, not even close. They want total lock down control, and they will racially engineer everything and at a certain point You will be such an enemy that you won't be able to be tolerated. What will happen to you then? I'll leave that to your imagination. A large group of aggressive protesters swarmed Seattle police chief Carmen Best discerning Carmen best her Snohomish County home. Over the weekend. The police chief confirmed that on August 2nd letter addressed to members of Seattle City Council detail in the event, the event Dozens of vehicles lined the street. Roughly 200 protesters. She's called on protesters, mostly white men in this in this crew..
"three question" Discussed on The Fast Growth Podcast
"Let's get started. We'll come back and let's chat about three questions which I was talking about earlier in life You know what I learned from Miss Tony Robbins. That If you ask that white questioned you get the right answers in live. Lot of people don't have good questions that's why they always get stuck in the same place. So if you WANNA take your life into the next level if you want to become the person you or you want to chase some goals Jason Dreams. Start asking better questions because the moment you start asking questions you start finding real answers today. I'm going to give you my three questions in our promise you that will change your life. That will change your life because these questions made the biggest impact in my life when I started to ask this question. And it's really cool when you have these questions You know by side and then you have a challenge comes in place and you are going through something and then you go back and refer to these questions and they changed the entire perspective of the whole problem or the new situation or anything right so if you have a new opportunity comes in rights and then you assess based on these questions and this is very cool because as an entrepreneur as a high achiever as all those people. I know that one of the biggest thing. You probably be struggling today because you got a lot of opportunity coming and knocking on your door and it's really hard to decide which way to go ride. You Don actually know which way to go and And it's sort of. That's why entrepreneurs have this trap all the time. They don't know which way to go and they're trying to go everywhere and that's why they can't get anything done and My biggest Strengthen lost many years what I learned. Is You know. I don't need to do more. I just need to decide Which one I want to do more rather do one thing more rather than many things more right so hope this makes sense. But let's get into these questions right so number one question right number one question You must ask this question number. One question which I'm going to give it to you did doesn't out didn't come to come from me. I've learned this from Robert kiyosaki rights or the guy who made a book written a book called the Rich Dad. Poor Dad Righto at one time are headed his workshop and this is the question he share which I really liked and grabbed it and I wanNA share with the USO. Jewish do Robert Kiyosaki for this and this is what he gave it to me and I wanNA boss onto you guys as you say the question. He says that he's what does God want? Get done right now. What does God wants to get done right now? So it's not about what I want. It's not about what my community wants. It's none of my country who want. It's what does God wants done right now. Why it's it's a very different question because if you look at it What does God want right now right so nobody asks these questions right? Everybody's sort of everything is about me. Me Mean the world Everybody's asking about what do I want? But this is if you don't believe in God just replace that with the universe. What does you want done right? Now it's a very very very different question. So this is the number one question and I hope you take it away and use it. Put It on the wall in this question. What is going on right now right. What does God want right now? What is going on right now. Writer Change Everything. The way you see the world because When I did this question I completely changed the perspective because I thought you know when I wanted something I wanted to start a business but You know when I asked this question. It sort of made a profound effect on me means that people there have a lot of skill set. People have You know amazing. Level of skill studied at university. They have a bashing But there is a disconnect means that they don't know how to make money they don't know how to make leaving because these things they haven't been taught and the school system at the university system. So how do they connect? That would the real life of business right so that's where I come in. That's what God wants done because Gaudoin these people to do what they love the most and they make a living out of that and not just waste live. Wi- working for somebody else by doing things which they don't like or love To that's what I believe in And that's why I'm in part of the calls that want to help thousand people take the business to the million dollars and I'm working towards it right. So that's number one question and ask this question right sir. Number two question right so this is number. Two question is is one of my favorite As well and Here's the number. Two question number question is who am I becoming? Who am I becoming right so every time? If you look at in your life the reason you are unable to reach your goals and dreams today is because you're not that person so hetty something which Person Development Industry Gordon wrong longtime. I mean that in a lot of people read books. A lot of people attend events. Lot of people attend webinars seminars. And do the trainings and stuff. And then they put in the work as well but the just still conduct the results and I truly truly truly believe that the reason people don't get the results is because they have been shifted the identity yet people out there who managed to get the results fast is not because they know better strategies right. It's not because they know how to do better steps low how to get there in easy way right. People who get to the goals fast is because they moved their identity. They became that person. Should people out there who want make million dollar It's million dollar is just a number of lakes. Let's put ten million dollars right If this is the number you achieving your business. It's not about the goals of the business. It's bad person or the business owner. The person you become right when you make a million dollar or when you make a ten million dollar right so this is the question you must be asking. Who Am I becoming might Who Do I become after one year? What I'm trying to become like you know I am. I trying to become the better speaker trying to become a better coach. I'm not trying to become something while you becoming lied. Who are you becoming? Who Am I becoming? Is THE QUESTION. Sir Number two question for you but it on the wall. What might be coming. I'm coming a better dad. Am I becoming a better husband and my becoming something right so ride the answer to this becoming a number three question for you is and then you must be asking? This question has a profound effect on me like anything else as well so his number three question. What am I afraid off her right now? What I'm afraid of see people out there who face their fear they kind of Nor what to expect so a lot of people. I believe a lot of people I believe is unable to leave the jobs and start. Their businesses are achieved the goals. They WANNA do. It is because they fear something. The fear was kissing Arias To come through and they have this imaginary worst-case scenarios and people either live in those imaginary work worst-case scenario so if you go through those imaginary you know and you put it out there and say hey if I lose my job. What is the worst case scenario? What I'm afraid of and you face that and you'll see the the impact on your body and the language What happens after that because when you face your fear not running away from the fear when you face your fear you become a different person. Rights are because you know what to expect. That's why all these people who became billionaires because once upon a time they had zero dollars the pocket no that the still survived Bark. The still survived they. They lived on a sofa. The liberal couch the friend's house but this survived so they have gone through that worst case scenario in their life so asked this question. What am I afraid of a right now? So here are these three questions again for you. number one. What does God want done right now? What is called wants Don Right now. Number two becoming. Who Am I becoming number? Three's what am I afraid of right now. Ostiense three questions and I promise you your life will never be the same again or I hope you liked it Speaking Very Jas..
"three question" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"A cold or doing bank I have three questions for you if you have time okay first one is I am doing that trough garden in my backyard for vegetables and I heard yesterday you say between you said the twin the left lower layer of gravel and filial you should put some kind of a week class and because I've seen that decomposing get kinda yucky I'm wondering if I can use a steel screen and gather some kind of lock stainless the you know something I'm healthier to create yeah yeah well you can you can and it just needs to be very fine otherwise all your soil is going to you know Leetch down through the rocks that in the bottom so ugh yeah but I yes absolutely that's actually a good point that's a good point because that woven polymer and here again well especially you know up on the server source exposed to light and stuff but it's obviously you know over time going to decompose it is you know plastic so you know maybe you have a better idea of their the rich go into that and anyway I don't want my credit card and it is number two can I take a land then see from Aladdin and planted it and get lemons or does that need to be grafted to actually produce the fruit cool what shouldn't because there are different varieties different name varieties for women's rights the like of my year of women isn't actually a women technically believe it or not that that's what we all think of as the women it's worth a try why the heck not I'll tell you I'll try that I just wondered if you happen to know I don't know for sure but a bit somebody listening knows the answer to that but it you know just anecdotally my daughter's bought this house where the previous tenants had started a grapefruit tree from seed we didn't even know what it was for a long time ten years later it started producing fruit and into Tuesday is as tall as a two story building and they turned out to be ruby red grapefruit and they're very high quality great for it and that was yeah okay so yeah and then my third question is you were saying that it might have been somebody out there thank the girl games weeds in your backyard wall and put them in a bag on your lawn mower and dispose of them so that they don't terminate and then do the gluten I'm wondering can I put those the the clippings from the lawn in my compost and will we'll get germinate does we well that's what I dispose of it in that you know and that I think there is there of noxious weeds I wouldn't put him in my compost pile because if you know your compost pile has to get to like a hundred and fifty five degrees to kill the weed seeds and almost no one in the home composting arena gets their compost pot that hot so I think it's probably better to try to break the seed sile cycle by disposing if they're going to see you know if they're just in flour and they're not seating then yeah of course you can put a menu compost okay all but if their feet are there okay that's the that's the reason he said that okay thank you so much you're welcome thanks for calling bye bye okay Russell in Kyle is next and by the way five one two eight three six zero five nine you'll get you on their right after Russell Russell I knew you'd have the answer had done okay yes aluminum lime trees from state and not only within the set up here who has proven that's awesome I'm dying for years that one through the four years yeah and you decide to come right out of the grocery store lemon and lime but I have been getting out phone tree will collapse twenty years I got one of them that keep it small in a box it will use every year every year as well only five years old now wow in a pot twice a year you know get lemons yeah keep it down thirty four feet tall wow I'll I wonder if there's some kind of special kind of women do you remember what kind it was you know and then a key lime lemonade in lax Mexican line okay I thought maybe you were talking about like a Meyer lemon or something that that that little lime tree on C. keep in that pot that's a great idea I can't believe I guess because you're cutting it back it it prompts it to get a second car will Courcelles lines and you cannot stop them they're just amazing aren't they yeah down the steps down gardening to be on a MasterCard they they got some key lime trees over morning eight feet tall and have going outside for last year's yelling romance side now I've got a lot of clients that have outside in the garden like I said my daughter's great feature you got to see how big that thing as yeah yes grapefruit treated and kept her uhhuh but Colby okay Golec and they swayed back and clean house yeah they keep them out of sight well the normal when it really that surprises me as you'd think that would be just kill it so well Russell you're such a sweetie thank you for calling in clearing that up for us okay all right see you later bye bye yes so he's the organic gardener in Brussels very experienced he's very very knowledgeable as well and he always calls it sets me straight for answers questions for us but turned so yes you can plant your your seeds of from your lemon in yeah the only downside is it does take many years for them to produce from C. so if you're really want in a to enjoy your searchers soon then you know you're gonna want to buy one that's already growing in a container that's you know farther along so but it can be fun to experiment with things like that and so what you know you can only buy women's at the grocery store and meanwhile you watch your little tree growing and get where you want it and exciting to watch it grow I mean we certainly did not I mean I had never really seen a grapefruit tree until I saw the one in her yard and it's got some alarms on it let me tell you so we finally were able to I don't remember how we of got it identified we looked it up and and still it was just a green evergreen tree in our backyard all right we have one seven five one two eight three six zero five ninety or toll free eight seven seven five ninety fifty five twenty five I would be getting out there and looking for my plants as soon as they come in because you know like anything else in Austin these days there's so many of a snail that the nurseries you know the the best selections of as soon as they come in and sometimes they get snapped up it happens to like me on the wholesale level to build that one of the wholesalers and get a great big bunch of something I really want and I'll go out there and all be tagged already and somebody else scooped him up for some big development or some big property or something like that so I think it is good to shop early even if you're not quite ready to put things on the ground can always you know keep him in the garage or keep the mountainside and bring him in if it freezes and get ready to put him in the ground later south of we talk about stuff like that if you want to be on the air after this break five one two eight three six zero five ninety or toll free eight seven seven five ninety fifty five twenty five and we'll be back right after this.
"three question" Discussed on The Big 98
"Four trips holy crap about maybe is one trip it's a trip every day that's nice okay that's a twenty after next hour but now let's play Amy verses lunch box ready ready these are three questions that when you type in trivia for news. he's come up when buying a car what's less anybody Kerr. two thousand eighteen okay last year they maybe be familiar with this term MSRP. stands for what. it's a tough one. it's all I ever ever the MSRP MSRP is in. the commercials when you're buying the car. M. S. smiles. our. my. feet miles speed at route. wait M. S. R. P. when buying a car MSRP stands for what. only five seconds MSRP that's the question. MSRP and the mother please oh my gosh that's incorrect I'm sorry once once you can still yeah manufactured retail price incorrect its main. suggested retail price yeah. I gotta have that written down I read it I'm sorry all right zero two zero. Amy.
"three question" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"To the doll. Bakery. In your life. Very Thomas indeed. My goodness. All right. Terry, your first question, right? Some brewers continued to add this to beer vats until well into the twentieth century. Was it meet cutting whole striped bass, or chicken, feathers? Meet meet is correct. Very nice here. He already chicken feathers for filtering. Yeah. No that. Yeah. I kind of thought she can feathers to. But I had to reasoning as to why. All right. Jerry, your next question where would you be served pizza with pickled ginger minced mutton and tofu would that be France, Japan silent or India? I'm gonna go with India. That is correct. Very. Matz, a away. All right. Your third question this food was considered high status in eighteenth, century, America, was it carrots, celery, radish, or voter crafts? I'm gonna go with celery celery is correct. Very nice. Put it in glass, or silly, her celery vases? They were very popular at the time teary bringing this as a dinner gift is considered an insult by some in Portugal, Spain and Italy is fruit flowers candy or wine wine. Very nice. Yes. Correct. Sometimes implies the host can't provide these correct rude. Okay. Even the Rudo all over Europe, if you bring a bottle of wine, it is not to be drunk. It is a gift to the host. Okay. Tear your final question in for a perfect score. How do you know if Brian is salty enough to cure meat, or fish, is it because it makes your lips pucker, it'll draw water from an eggplant an egg will floatin it or it will uncurling a sliver of Scalia n-, try the floating that is correct?.
"three question" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"You're listening to the best of consider this put together over the last few years of this show. I told Sherry that. We're gonna have to be done with Jason's article, but three questions that are left that I think are are important enough that we're going to have to continue. If you missed the last segment. Jason's Wagga writes for the Wall Street Journal, I think he does a good job in a lot of reporting. And a lot of information. A he wrote an article and said here, here's the questions that you should ask your financial advisor. If you missed am I gave the answers on the on the first segment and up-to-date show. You can always get a replay of that either on June. Consider this with Big Joe Clark on our website at your life after work that com. So go ahead, Sherry three more professional credentials. Do you have and what are their requirement? So I'm a board certified financial planner that means I had to have education have more than three years of experience. And then pass. Passed the board exam to be able to have that Adam harder is our CFO a chartered financial analyst. Andrews rushers are chartered market technician. All three of those and Don Hudson said enrolled agent all four of those require ongoing continuing education that hasn't done every year. Wow. I happen to be on the board of the financial planning association in in Indianapolis where I just spoke in provided continuing education out of this. I don't get any continue. I thought that was a hoot. How we do. That's that's that's funny after inflation taxes and fees. What is a reasonable estimated return to my portfolio over the long haul. Now, see this is where I believe this becomes so so critical when we talk about the phases of finance the accumulation preservation and distribution to think about being on a big airplane. And when you get on an airplane to you as a passenger. There's not a lot that changes over the course of that flight you hopefully land safely where you want to go. Right. But the pilot and the crew do mazing Lee different things. And so I I realize that people look at their investment statements the same regardless of what age they are in folks. That's really a mistake. We're more younger in accumulating money. When when we're we're saving the money and starting to build our net worth if you will the two things that matter the most or saving the right percentage of your income. The national average right now is about three point eight percent probably needs to be higher than that for you. If you're going to have a good retirement, and Secondly, those building tax diversification that means you have some money that is available to you. What we call taxable money that is tax free. That's the raw in money that it's tax deferred. You may have in a 4._0._1._K or or other types of IRA's preservation is we need to the thirty thousand feet and a plane levels off. That's when you're still saving, but it's also win. When you're able to get more coffee and do things like that. So the preservation stage, you're still saving, but what you already accumulated matters more than what you're adding this year, it usually happens to people in their fifties and sixties and not necessarily using the money, but but letting grow the key here is that's the only time an average return, really matters. What we see in most of the stuff that we do for a balanced type investor that average return tends to be between six and eight percent over the long haul that changes when you go to land the plane Ryan distribution the distribution the two things that matter. The most are volatility the ups and downs of the account. What we would call the draw down in the second one is the taxes that you pay on the average dollar the pull up to look at your money in an average return. What Jason called the long haul in preservation is fine. It is not fine distribution. Right. Volatility matters more, and you have to be very very careful there. He suggested somewhere between three and four percent what you should expect. I would agree with that in distribution. I think it's underperforming if you're in preservation, but just understand those are two very different cycles. Yeah. Okay. Last question who manages your many, Adam Andrew myself? People am not allowed. I don't legally. I'm allowed. I just ethically. Don't think that I should be allowed to have my money in places where I don't keep other people's money. So my my my money is the same place. My inlaws the same place as my my mother same places, my stepfather. Yeah. The families that we serve we believe that it is altogether. And and that's the way that should be taken care of. Okay. Now one last thing that I said that Jason didn't put in there is I would always ask the business model before I started working with a company. Yes. And why is this model's? Not just not how you get paid. Right. A business model is how does this work? Why why does it matter? And. Yeah. And and I think it is. It is very critical people many times have the best of intentions, right? And you know, my grandfather taught me years ago, the smallest Adid outweighs the grandest intention, right? So. Yeah. When when I started in the industry twenty nine years ago, I had every intention of seeing you every year in providing a family update and doing everything, but the bottom line is Sherry I had to feed my family and a new person because twenty nine years ago, I sold things right? Yeah. He new person coming in offered me a lot. More income than somebody who was already there. Oh, yeah. Yeah. So once you'd already said, yes, you kind of felt not because I wanted to but you had to had to feed my family had the best of intentions, right? Oh, yeah. And I know there's a lot of people out there that are in the same boat. They have the best of intentions if you will. Well, you know, twenty nine years later in the near the financial enhanced, but groups twenty years old this year, we built the model around the service model and quite frankly in existing family somebody who's already been with us who's coming in to for a family update right is worth more than the new family coming in. Now, it's always exciting to meet new people radio every week. And and whether whether it's grant or Aaron or dean or myself, you know, we love meeting you sitting down in certain questions would love watching the family group grill. Don't take it that way, we're more than happy to be of service, but somebody who's already been here the paperwork done, right. They're already familiar with what a market Carver is already know. How're wire statements are so different than the rest of the industry. They know that I'm attacks junkie. They they they they've been through that process. And as we talked about in the last segment there is the same as the new persons. Oh, built so that there's actually a bias toward people who are already here as opposed to that to the new side there is there was a family last week that wanted to see me I wanted to see them one of my widows had an emergency, and they're gonna come I wound. So we had to change the date of the meeting, and I apologize for the for the frustration. But you know, that's what you do for family way. Really the way it is. I know we've got a couple of the questions that came from invest pedia. So okay. So what are the president of a minor opening a mutual fund account? So forget the mutual fund part. That's a product, right? We don't do that. Let's think about it as a minor account. So there's a couple of different ones that you can use up my uniform minors transfer act of my uniform gifts to minors act. Either somebody under twenty one or under eighteen depends on whether it's stated, and what state that they're in over eighteen you have to be the legally sign a contract that every now, and then I will see somebody who opens up an account reminder, and and then puts money into it. And I I will always tell you to have a little bit of caution. It you've got to watch out from attack standpoint of a thing called the kiddie tax on investment income. But the real challenge is either eighteen or Twenty-one they become the legal controllers of that money. Right. Yeah. You may have wanted to put the money in for them to be able to have a house down payment or paper wedding or pay for college. And they may want to go to DisneyWorld. You know, they they may have an idea of a sports car as opposed to the ideas that you had intended with the money. So you've gotta be careful I tend to and I just did this last week. We opened up an account the parent was concerned about the the in-law. In other words, the one that's married to her child. Yes. And as a result, we left it in mom's name and put it I think called DOD which stands for transferable upon death. Yeah. With mom wants to give him money or her money. She can at the same time. The assets are protected in case there were to be a marital challenge. We gotta take a break. You're listening to consider this. I'm Joe Clark along with Sherry contest..
"three question" Discussed on The JJ Redick Podcast
"I think it would have severe point right to very fair point. Branding aside where you take away exit polls or pre-polling or anything like that. Where you surprised that your countrymen voted that way because you know, this is happening the same time. The Trump thing was I'll. And I'll tell Trump story in a second from the height of the election. But you know, that that was part of it for me was, wow, I know really sixty two million people that would vote for this guy, his the truth of it people with when it comes to Brexit. There's always a low voter turnout. There's always a low voter turnout. So you need to evoke emotion in somebody for them to leave their house that day. Remember, it's election day and go and do something to leave the room, you need to go, and you need to feel something to vote, and so I didn't expect for leave to and I didn't expect Brexit. I didn't. But because it was so much arrogance from people who wants to remain in the EU. I think a lot of people didn't vote because they were like, well, we obviously get remain. Don't think people really thought that leave was ever gonna win. But the people who Lee wanted to leave like I said if haute emotion and passion in them, and they did come out in. They did come out and vote, and I think Trump probably is similar. I think Trump have votes so much like LA. Love from certain parts of America that they believed in him. And they had the passion for him, and they didn't necessarily care that some of the facts were bit gray. And he lied a little bit. And he said some gratuitous things about women. They didn't really catch because he vote passionate in them. And and clearly, although I love Hillary Clinton didn't vote that same passionate people. And I think that's sort of potentially. Why that happened to think that when this new election happens, and and and you know, elections all over the world. Now, I think the we're looking at seeing right now policy comes second and. Personality and vocal emotion. A feeling in someone in the pits. Somebody stomach is more important and people vote with guts, they don't vote with their heads. It's fair one of the most surreal nights of my life was election night, two thousand sixteen which I happen to spend with you. We did. And my wife, my wife, Chelsea your wife. Meredith we were at Giorgio Baldy in Santa Monica that you've plugged that. We get a free meal there as well. Well, you apparently have a hook up there. I could tell you that right now. 'cause we went there last night. And there's three table. There's like it's a bungalow. It's like a beach bungalow. There's probably fifteen tables in the place. It's one room. It is cramped you. And I were touching legs all night in the at this table, but we had one of the three premier tables, and I found out when I got there that the night before he's like, I'm not sure I made a reservation so he called and was like hit spend do I have a table there. No, you don't. He's like how seven thirty seven thirty who gets at seven thirty table. And he got the prime table. I had multiple people by the way this morning. The Sixers when I told him I went to to Bali last night. They were like they're like I called. I couldn't get a reservation including Brett Brown. Not that that makes me very happy. Who's who lost in that? It was the owner of Red Sox someone under Liverpool. Yeah. Rita wilson. The those fun. But most excited I was I met TJ McCaw TJ McConnell ROY jealous of TJ McConnell because I felt like I was in LA. And now, I see you, you know, hanging out doing like celebration dances with TJ McConnell, and I'm not jealous. He's like he's taking your best mate status. And so then I got to see him not. There was a team wide poll that the seventy Sixers did for some promotional material for the playoffs the other day and one of the questions we had an answer on camera was who has the biggest bromance on the team? And it was unanimous. It was. And TV. And I actually I've never voted for anything for myself in my life, and this one I just couldn't pass voted for myself. Jade, I do have the bromance? But yeah that was a win. Not you we import is. Yeah. When election night, and you and I were just kind of like Yossi ding there. You know, slouched in our chair looking at our phone watching the election results, come in in in sort of utter disbelief. It was you know, I I'll never forget that night. Never forget it. How'd you fail? Obviously, this is going away from all three questions. How'd you feel about being back in like when you come back because it's been lovely having you hear these last couple of days in and I was seeing tomorrow got into the game. But like ju ju come back here and go I love this. I love the wish I was still hair or miss it. Or you're a I'm glad I got out of there what you're feeling towards it as a place. It's I think it's an incredible place. And I you know, when I look back at my career, I'll look back at those four years of of playing and living out here as as sort of the four best years of my career. I give him on. We also had Coyote here, you know, we got pregnant with knocks out here. So it was like it was just an interesting part. I became a starter for the first time for the clippers have come back. It's I get filled with a lot of sort of joy and good memories today. I got back from practice practice over at UCLA you walk around campus. It's just, you know, sixty eight and sunny, and you get back from practice jump on a bike rode down the strand down Venice and went to Giusto for launch just eight outside. It's feel to was the clippers. Would you shake his hand? Would you run lot blinded? I'm not gonna I'm not knocking rebound not going to be like Hariri and short of share by private conversations with people. But I would say that, you know, my feelings and sort of my relationships with the with with anyone from the clippers has been has been mended. So it's all good. All good. Yeah. Did you think he saw stays handle? Did you think he did what? He said, which was he just choose
"three question" Discussed on The IVY Podcast
"I think I've known Tom it is I think we will questions to three questions would anyone to? Yes. On your. Why would it be something that would make you happy hence on your list of hundred things to visit someone on death row? I think it was I didn't probably get that enough explanation. It was more experiencing life away. I hadn't before. So I think connection meeting somebody learning about someone else's story is really important for me. So it was it was you're right. It didn't make me happy. It was a profound experience. Interestingly he's now off death row and added me as a Facebook friend recent. North is great. Yeah. Well, I'd say not what I meant. But yeah, he's going to be killed which I think is good forgetting what he may have done just to debate. But yeah. Of another two, right answers. The question. Yes. Was ever a time? Sorry, snatch w hand was ever a time that you went to go help someone out and it backfired or they got upset or it didn't didn't work out. I've helped a lot of people say onto occasions as being people who they. They accepted the help. No just me from other people too. And then afterwards ten really up. And I think that's just because they kind of this is one lady who I mean, it was amazing story this this one lady was dying want us nephew in touch with me and wanted me to call. So I called her and hospital. She told me that she wanted to go to the snow. She'd never seen snow touch note. So essentially organized it didn't have long to live, and unfortunately, she passed away before the experience happened four days before she's gonna go. She was buried on the day. She was going to touch. And then I spoke to a husband, and he said, well, all the kind donations that people have given here flights hotel ski husky dome. Sleds we'll give it to someone else who you think needs does other. So it another campaign on social media found an old lady who'd always wanted to touch snow. We send had an amazing time. We even found a chaperones guide her for seven days, a complete stranger and at the end of the experience. That's fantastic. Would you mind sending me a photo? So I can just tell everyone what happened and she said no, you'll just selfish in this for the money. Oh, that's interesting. So that was the only experience there's one other lady inside bad. But yeah. So I think people react differently. I think it's really a lot of stuff on background. Yes. How do you finance this? And sort of part of that you I'm guessing you don't do this alone. There's probably a team of people like when you had your red carpet. Video look like there was someone else filming you doing that. Hugh talk a little bit about how you built that team. John you and team there's no plan or strategy with any of this. I didn't talk about it, really. So for nine thousand dollars like ten years ago pretty much ran out after five months citing with people's flaws and pretty bold lime dodgy this one. I thought he's my credit card maxed out, and then someone offered me a job in Geneva in Switzerland to French which is on my list. So I went to this. I decided like working on a bar and money taking things off the free from. List? Essentially, this is a very long story. I go for the blank check from a billionaire who believed in me, I said, no, I didn't want his money. So I'm still pull a little money didn't feel right? My story isn't about money any money to do stuff online. Yes. So I felt really comfortable doing that. And then I was kinda like, ooh, what do I do? And then I go to book deal. So I read a book pied, flat Kapito Fomin debt, and then a little bit more. And then someone asked me to talk once for school and sixty seventy year. I did them free. I didn't for dental. Anyone pays me? But I would I love and then and then you from that kind like a TV show and just happens randomly. There's no strategy. I don't give financial literacy classes or how to build.
"three question" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Were there. There's no pathway forward that I can see. So the president says his power seems to me the only way left is for him exercise at thirty. I don't see any action in the congress of the breaking news. You may missed last night broke is it the White House has already directed. I tweeted out this is step one before declaring the. Emergency is directed. The army corps of engineers wackos talking about putting the ducks in a row before declaring the national emergency for the border at the border. Save directed the army corps of engineers to comb through their budget. And they're looking at the the funds that would be available that were earmarked. It could be used as part of the declaration to start constructing the wall, so they've already been instructed now if you're not considering a national emergency you wouldn't construct. The army instruct the recording engineer, so we know it is very much consideration of certain we know Lindsey when you get senators like Lindsey Graham saying it's time. The congress won't budge. And and again, when you got CNN even making the case for you making the case about how safe it is in areas in Texas that have got the steel slats. We'd take a listen, I think you can't get away from this with Jim Acosta who is no friend of the president. I mean, let's say this is this is like the thorn in the side of the the White House. And and yet he goes down to the border, and I guess desert realize what he does is. He makes the case for why still slats a great for everybody can tell you that take a listen here are some of the steel slabs of the president's been talking about right here as you can see. Yes, you can't see through these slats to the other side of the US Beximco border. But as we're walking along here, we're not seeing any kind of imminent danger. There are no migrants trying to rush toward this fence here on the mcallen, Texas area. Matter of fact, there's some other businesses behind me along this highway. There's a gas station Burger King. And so on. But no sign of the national emergency that the president has been talking about as a matter of fact, it's pretty tranquil down here. Goes on. It says if you go to the part in mcallen, where the steel slats come down, and it's just a chain link fence like you have in a backyard like anybody could hop over. Well, there are microbes everybody sees the migrants hopping over that. So the steel steel steel bears work steel, slats work, the chain link fence does not and again, you know, this idea he's tried to mock the president. Yeah. Did is he went to a place which had the barrier that he's talking about placing every here's what here's what the here's what those are opposing border security. They want to see what we saw on TV five weeks ago four weeks ago with the caravan rushing the rushing the border, and there was no barriers there to protect and it was chaos and the president goes down. He goes down in mcallen, Texas and says I'm going to where we have some security in place. Look what look what what that security does. So it proved FDA approved the point. Yes, exactly he proved the point by going to the area where there was the fence thing that was necessary to stop the migrants from rushing into across the border. So he proved the point a cost, of course, being unable to comprehend that tried to turn it on the president and turned it unsuccessfully. Yeah. But it was an attempt. So Harry, we've looked at Delaware can take calls in a moment. We put together internally we've looked at the law thoroughly in this movie produced internally these are not we're not sending these out. But this is our internal research on the presence of. Already in the amendment, national emergency. And we've come to the conclusion that the president is well within his authority be a precedent on that fact, both constitutionally statutorily and pass actions or brother presidents, absolutely. So I think a comprehensive an impartial review of the US history. Going back to the nineteen thirties suggests that presidents have invoked both their constitutional and statutory power in the event of a national emergency. It's important to note that many national emergency declarations invoked by presidents of the United States have lasted for as long as thirty nine years. Some of President Obama's emergency. Declarations have are still in effect. President Trump has already declared a national emergency with respect to the opioid crisis. And the president has clear statutory authority. To erect a wall to stop, for instance, drugs and opioids from flowing into the United States to limit the powers of drug cartels and organized crime. So I think the president is on firm footing. Should he invoked his emergency powers and that is consistent with US history? Yeah, we're at the appropriate time. And it's not yet. Because the person isn't clear we're gonna will release a public statement on that and probably a legal memorandum that supports the president's constitutional authority in statuary authority would I'm not gonna do that. Until we have a declaration from the president. I think it would be you know, there's no point in getting ahead of that. And it may not have to do a thing come to congressional resolution assuming they can't we were released the memo. All right, we're taking your calls one eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten Roberts colored from Maryland online one. Robert welcome to Jason. Hi, jordan. I wanted to ask you all actually a couple of other additional questions. In addition to the original question is is that what Jim Acosta making this report from CNN and ought to be the people watch CNN in addition to Fox News, and so many other cable stations. Do you think would it helped persuade liberals and others were anti-trump an anti border wall? How safe aboard a wall provide certain towns, the other two questions are with the democratic priorities. The President Trump said that he will put on the negotiating table such as Dacca in some of the other things have been for in the past has the mainstream media reported that the Democratic Party has not put those things on the table for negotiations with Trump the third question. I'd like to ask is is that with. I think in your opinion. Jay do people see immigration reform is either. Or and what I mean by that is this do they see if you construct a border wall, they feel the after being on compassionate to foreigners coming to an country in the people that are that are against the border wall for the border wall. Did they feel the people that are against the border wall? Somehow don't want a strong borders. I think there's this. I think you're right on what the sentiment is out there on your last question our position is and the president seems to be saying some things like this. I mean, the position we've advocated before the president was the president was that we need comprehensive immigration reform in the states. I think you start with that you need to secure your borders. I don't think that's a debatable point. Really? I mean, I know that they are debating it. But how can you debate that? Will you need to secure your borders courtroom? You scary borders. You could debate. How the best way to do it secure the borders? We think that the the president's idea of a security fence makes sense and also using technology where that's appropriate as well. So that's number one number two. I do. Think we need comprehensive immigration reform. I think you gotta get the tax situation. Resolve permanently the status there in his limbo. It's not right. And I think that you've got eighteen million people here roughly or maybe twenty maybe sixteen million that have been here now for a long time if they pass background checks either pathway to citizenship or permanent working stat green card status, and that you get them out of the shadows. And I think I think if you could do that in conjunction with the the border security. I think that's a win win for the country. Forget Republican and Democrats. It's a win win for the country. With regard to the CNN thing in a Kosta. I look he's intent was not to bolster the president's point. The problem is for him. It is bolstering the president's point. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, he's he's going down to a place that is peaceful that has steel slats and in the one area that doesn't have steel slats is where the people see the migrants coming over where it's just a chain link fence and the ice officer who briefed President Trump talked about that. I take a listen bites seven. Areas covered with some fencing.
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"Buy my avocado HEB just f y. I can't remember your third question. You planted a pizza? I got I got this time entry. I'm not sure what kind it is. I actually live in Karnes county. Are you speaking of I'm not even in that area? Okay. But I live in cars county area, and I've actually been very successful in my garden. I still got tappers. I'm good. My cap affect. I'm making me a call today with cabbage. Yeah. Yeah. It's gonna be good. And I for some reason I've been very successful in my planning, and I have a very large backyard. But but this tree thing my wife wants to put that plane up thinking that for the future eventually gives us shade back there in that yard, hopefully live that long. Okay. Well, driving in and around that area. DC a lot of pine trees. What I'm going to have to be a little more observant? I don't know. And I'm I don't think I have. I mean. But I have seen spelling I can't remember where it was pines are very specific to Houston and east into east, Texas, and then the lost pines area of bastrop, so conifers and pines are always a challenge to grow. Hopefully, you have either a night talent stone pine or in Aleppo pine those to have an opportunity to be successful for you. But a lot of the other ones, unfortunately, grow. They look nice. But typically about year at number eight often they decline in die. But you know, that's a tree that at least you have eight years of success out of it. Well, I appreciate it. Okay. Well, thanks a lot happy. Appreciate your show. Thank you. Thanks bill. Appreciate the call from down. Karns city way. We have open lines again to an ocean seven three seven twelve hundred one eight hundred three eight three nine six two for. So basically on pine trees. You would say what day, you know, for this area? I a stone pine Aleppo, maybe Afghan pines good. But very very short lived. If you can still find some most conifers, ideally do best and. East of Houston in east, Texas, where the souls are deeper are and more acidic. But I forgot to tell. Bill to on the Peachtree Lafayette Louisiana will do well down there. But he also my look at anything that has real. And it's our techs in it or Florida and it also for another variety of teach down there. Why those are low chilled south of San Antonio peaches required chill some and that's basically temperatures from forty five to thirty two degrees. When they go dormant, and then the trees, Bank these showers, and if the temperature goes, very, very uniquely high very, very cold. You navigate some of those chill hours. So lawfully CNN and Barry county is typically safely about five fifty ego into the Fredericksburg area. You're talking about six fifty seven hundred plus down south. You're even down to the Rio Grande valley. You're looking at one. Fifty to two hundred possibly three to three fifty. So varieties are very very important depending on what part of the state. You have for the show all requirements in K and speaking of fruit trees and things like that..
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"Stilwell? We'll go first Chris these are your questions for the UK citizenship test. Oh, Lord Crump, which two houses fought in the war of the roses. Well, do we want your complaint? Do we? No, wait, you work. And what was that? Right. The first time and Windsor. No. No, no. No. No, wait. Wait. Wait, stop stop, stop stop. So it was the red rose Lancaster. Yes. I was about to means loser. I was about to be in serious trouble with peg Santa Rosa. All right who chairs the debates at the house of Commons, the speaker. Yes, in what century did the English defeat the Spanish armada in the seventeenth century knows the sixteenth century. Oh, yeah. Because you have to do the number of authority one who was given the title of Lord protector. Oliver Cromwell you're going to be you could be a British citizen grumpy, very good. Very good. Very stupid. Peter the idea of self government is in the first three words of the constitution. What are these words? We the people. One right. If both the president and a vice president can no longer serve who becomes president. Same answer is Christie's second or third question. The speaker. Now, we talked about this just the other day. We did. So remember, no, no I knew anyway, anyway. Yeah. I don't know if I would have done this one actually this next question. How many amendments does the constitution have twenty six twenty seven twenty six good if you'll give me York? Plan to if I'm in with the plan Tajik, then you definitely get that who was president during World War. One worst president America's worst president of twentieth century great bridge. Terrible president racist Wilson..