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"three roles" Discussed on The AIB Show

The AIB Show

08:38 min | 11 months ago

"three roles" Discussed on The AIB Show

"After all this discussion but have your you just want heroin until covers talking the injury for drugs right and one would assume these were sufficient barriers the entry but apparently not people find these to be totally fine. And i'm seeing for me. There are barriers but now you know now you realize barry's pretty much limited. No no heroin. Sporting a syringe around. I'm not doing forget. Forget forget smoke. No no but i mean you're reading the corner to roll me a joint. You're right. I can get away with that Apparently can feign injury and get some weed from wherever in florida. So i can make it work but yeah i guess again observers never dabbled so i'm just i'm ignorant to it so one day i'll give that a try down the tryout. Sorry i mean. I mean i've Everything always happy to help everything. Don's dollars bringing the family into the mix was a brady. He can't hear he's got his headphones in and not just push literally places get out But but the barry venture now of course you like you mentioned edibles. The drinks the You know our pens They could be. It's a lot easier than before learning how to roll yourself three roles it. Yeah payrolls are there. They're cutting payrolls or big segment now of of the category. Because it's just so much so much easier to especially right if you're you're making. I think it's a great way to to start to you. Know understand what works for you and how to consume rather than having to do it yourself and then as you start to get a little bit more advanced but even with the fire like so i mean you gotta show us. I consider like now that. I've been in this for the last years. You know. it's not much different than the white and industry when you see experts. Start speaking about the flower itself. There's you know certain strains that. Have a smell as fast as if this is. I have a cheesy smells with a lemon lime smell. This effect that affects. It's really interesting to start. You know Again i've been very fortunate to be around some of the best experts. There are really discussing. Like you know. Even when i bring people to the cultivation and it comes to plan like you know putting their nose to it like people take the grates and do whatever arab. They're putting their nose to it. Oh i can smell this this. Oh it's gotta stickiness to and the crystals like it's really cool when you see all different kinds of folks coming in with different kinds of backgrounds in terms of union cannabis you know looking at a foul and what they enjoy about a particular Strain or what or what they look for in general when they come in to cultivation network outdoor facility It's just been it's just like you know. Let's not get away from the fact that you know there is just like you know There's this expertise kind of like you would have Somebody in the wine industry right. So i mean away the knowledge yes crazy going into this country is well it's it's ratissi right Because especially as you have some you know a lot of novices that come in to educate them right there and then and start to help them understand what it is that they should be consuming But i think. I think it's great and we'll hopefully as the country starts to legalize the you know we can. We can take this kind of become best practice. And other groups start to start to normalize that into their into their Into their business points. Sorry got i'm back back on a different on. I got i got another question sure. Why were you friends with eating ice charity pregnant. it's so. I applaud you. Because i think it came from jamaica. He literally had no friends. He was put through weird fees so if charges thing. It's very admirable of you. Be something like that yeah. He's he just kind of he kind of just latched on like a backpack but sizes back. Yeah but but also also i realized that like no i think had You know i love. Reagan loved rigging is occurring up. And i know very much like hip hop resonated with and music. I loved it. But i didn't understand a word so i was like wait. This guy i can understand him and he can translate for me what these songs are saying. Because you know that time the internet was very infancy and we of just look up. Lyrics meant so It was nice to bring him along it. Was you know what. I have a lot. More grey hairs because of raising this guy as Yeah And it's funny. You guys mentioned to save by the years where you felt like for like when i moved to san francisco for grad school. I actually did it. I'd never stepped foot in the city. And i had very much that saved by the bell thought process and the early because i moved to san francisco the first time in two thousand three hundred billion full house i literally was like oh california must be like that i'm gonna i'm gonna go to san francisco and then when i was moving here My dad hit up one of his best friends Growing up in egypt who lives in the bay area and he was like he's like my son is going to california. He knows nobody is going through city. He's never been to and i. Luckily he has like one friend so the guy it was i came. My son is moving to san francisco and He's like oh let me speak to. Your son is like like mark. You're coming into san francisco and i was like. Yeah he's like. Have you ever been here. And i was like you know no. And he's like he's like well. I'll tell you one thing. The coldest winter i ever since when the someone in san francisco told you the weather garbage anyhow pumped up on this your side. I i think i brought like one. Jack was a climate change is real and the weather is no is is so different than it was in two thousand and three when i moved here but yet it was a very cold i when i first moved here temperature and actually people pretty awesome. I cannot the people i know that. But it's funny. You mentioned about the billiards. I'm looking at twitter right now. There is so. I'm just gonna read it. Directly people discover that jensen karp the man who in viral after discovering. What appears to be shrimp tales in a box of cinnamon toast. Crunch was once a rapper under the stage name carl and is married to panga which is blowing meets world. I know but it's weird situation. We went man of the company to pay women after the bingo was was was no after the bill. You mean to being leader. But i just find it funny completely. Random completing first of all the mantra shoot demand for untrimmed tails in cinnamon toast. Crunch which i mean. I've never even analysed my zero. That much wouldn't even. If i'd find it my damn self and i still enjoy cinnamon toast grinch. But i didn't know that was the thing. I didn't even know that this was controversy until literally right now. Apparently it's all the rage onto twitter. Severe so yeah. This called me off guard guard but on that note we've taken up a fair amount of mark's time and he's gotta go and head to the airport because he's just a traveling man because he doesn't care about covid and he's jumping on planes like a madman off actually think i just got back from elliot himself and mark is actually it. Yeah i i'm surprised there was no jets discussion especially of i. Can't there's no point. The jets aren't even worth talking about man. I mean domic's an eagles fan even though it so it makes no dominant eagle man. We have another episode re recorded recently with another individual who is a jet season ticket holders backing individual individual are actually partners in.

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"three roles" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"three roles" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany

"Settings big organizations. We transform them into so-called challenges. We put them on platform. And then we have an edward a huge network of universities of innovation centers of research institutes and therefore this allows us to address specific target groups be it startups in the era of five g or artificial intelligence. It's students in the topic or or with a background of chemicals or be research groups in specific research topics and fields and we address them with specific challenges. We bring them in our platform. We matched them into interdisciplinary teams. That's where our name also came from. And then we accompany them in a whole innovation journey in the whole innovation process starting from the challenge that we provide via the idea generation per cent process where we support them with design thinking workshops methods and so on over the validation of the most promising ideas app to the implementation of the execution of new solutions so starting with challenges coming over target groups that we address that we bring all platform until we see them in developing new solutions new innovations and bring them together with those organizations to make those solutions become reality That's basically what we're doing. And in this framework we're serving as a platform provider as it comes out and see and as a project manager. That's basically all three roles that we have within all projects and with an all formats that we're conducting. I didn't want to interrupt you when you've but on role so When you said at the beginning you didn't age rating. How long did you take into raid and.

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"three roles" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"three roles" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Side live. Transference those with peter and when i worked for nyra Ragavan had a seminar and the picnic area and it was conducted by. Bob banish. So what i do is i would get the scratches from the race office before they were announced on the loudspeaker. So maybe ten thirty quarter eleven i would have them and always walk over to about seminar and bring the scratches to which they thought it was created thing in the world in someone. Someone actually works a racetrack looking out for customers. So i had a good relationship with bob. Danish and i i would sit and listen and i don't like daunted are saying to me you know if you're not buying the product then you just lurking and trying to pick up on something and and it really should be said of people with boredom changing views and everything but it was very fascinating Whether it was the writings and stuff back then or jerry. Jerry brown's third graph seminars and things like that. I just i just like after. I had my work done publish. I like on and ben seeing what other people like what they look that what they deemed important and things like that so with the ragavan just taken this number but then graphically portraying and i think it was. I think i've heard my treatment has today. And and he and he was basically saying we're comparing the horse to itself. And then we're plotting it so that you can see how those horses doing compared to its other races and make a projection of how it's gonna do today. And that was that was revolutionary then handicapping and clearly. The people that were involved early on Had a massive edge So yeah i was on obviously very colorful powerful people. I absolutely loved i. i am not one. i think he did the lamp with the papal. And if you were friends with him in buying another lamp you'd buy them more. Take absolute pack back out today. I love my it. Would with image in my head is proposition joe on baltimore. You know having a appliance store that it can look in all his business out of and the wire and all would go in there with a clock and he actually wanted the clock. Ticks and propositions are capable of doing that. That's kind of how you mind works but don't buy more tremendous. I find that even under the circumstances look ninety two and In fact both of the both of the parties that were were appreciated The last couple of days Josh pons in regards to malibu moon and it reminded me of Of the way. Shook whenever i reach out to tissue for thoughts. When when you know some of his trainees is all fame runners when they pass and we've had a number of those in the always stoic and says listen it's part of it's part of what you expect and you know that's the way you know that's the way land and john. Her dune talked about you. Know ninety two year old land rags in an and josh even even at twenty four even though that you know that's the shorter end of life probability for thoroughbred they can go into their thirty s and their early thirties. But you know he. He had a tremendous influence. And the influence of the gonna talk to joe beceker next the joe joe's gotta gormley. He's got a four hundred thousand dollar gormley from the sale. And that's the one. That's named after brian. Dawkins we're gonna talk to joe about that. So malibu moons influence and and lent rags influence will continue. Dick powell with us deck. Let's let's do some some recapping and and some hp jc the previewing. The we chat. How couple of teams number one favorites have been just coming in own unlike any other time during the season. Twenty seven out of fifty six Tree out of nine yesterday and happy valley which which is more than normal and her of rate is usually good to firm if you see my weekly update shade. It's almost always green costa running times faster than standard time and almost all the races so so department firm times have been very fast. We had a new course record of fifty four point. Six eight for thousand meals now at doesn't sound that fast when you see Gulfstream and other american tracks. That won a five furlong but this summer standing. Start know run-up here running awfully fast over the track now. Last sunday last race of the day is shot ten. I really recommend you go back and watch this race Fantastic treasure who is now five to five breaks towards the back of the deal was ninth early down on the inside starts picking up horses. We've been leased out. Finally sees the lead in the stretch holds off the clauses complaints to seven furlongs in one twenty point two eight fastest time at the f. Faster than even golden sexy ran His fourteen hundred meters and fantastic. Treasure is another one of these undefeated three roles. That would just die in the seat next year. Now what are the undefeated. Three roles already. This year is curry a wonder and curry one. That will be in this this sunday morning for threads the shot ten bosley three sprint. He's gonna move up in class for the first time he is four tore and he's won his rices. Basically in hand Decent margins he's gone Give give you a quick comparison. Tarring ones they all start at at fifty two. He went sixty six eighty eight. now raiders. one hundred for this race golden sixty. Whose horse of the year and hong kong one on the pop courses in the world last year. He started out fifty to sixty two sixty eight. Seventy five got beat. Came back seventy five. So he didn't get up to these big numbers until much later and task. The treasury has now already up to ninety four. and that's it tries to probably done for the season. Don't get to see curry wonder one more time. There's saturday night sunday morning. Going six furlong. They only negative. What that is john. 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"three roles" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

The Voicebot Podcast

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"three roles" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

"Let's talk about design so conversation design. You've probably learned a lot about conversations design of your fast job at ada and the now a voice flow when you think about the practices that people are employing today. What what do you think's the most interesting in terms of how this is evolving. The one of the more interesting things you're starting to see is as as these teams are as the teams are getting established within organizations You know. I think maybe the first conversation designers really get introduced into Organization focused on a specific and then another one for another channel. And now you have. Now you have a discipline established once you have to conversations niners working onto channels. You have a discipline established and so starting to see more of that. The conversation design practice being established. And then you know. They're they're starting to think about okay. We're not building. we're not building an ivy. Our experience and a mobile a mobile assisted interface Separately these are these are two touch points with with the same brands conversational experience. And so how do we. How do we think about consistency across channels ends and then ultimately how do we hand off between channels to the to the appropriate channel. That's best suited to to deliver on this. And so i think one of the one of the more interesting patterns. They're starting to see is just you know what is what is the interplay across conversational channels within a single organization whether that be behind the scenes just in terms of how that the teams approaching it designing for creating consistency of language content personality flows within the experiences to ultimately having interplay between these channels in the future. Yes are you seeing more of that cross channel collaboration. The it's it's happening on the behind the scenes part of a lot. Or there's there's attempts to really get that structure in place to be able to do that. That's how to. How do we share a source of truth on on our on our contents. What is our what is our content management system that we all pull from what is the what is the intense the list of intense that we support and which slice of that does each channel handle and wears their overlaps. Even between you ex design and conversation zion. You know where to these experiences. Start to overlap. an water the assets that were building around for those so you start to see a lot more of on the back office side or behind the scenes thinking about how do we work across channels To save effort redis redundancy but also ultimately to create a you know a a more cohesive cohesive experience for someone who's interacting with our with our company regardless of what conversational touch point. So it sounds like there's more coordination may be than in past when there was basically zero coordination across the different channels different different executives in charge different budgets all these other types of things different objectives So that's yet it's an interesting but are they actually sharing resources they are. They really collaborating beyond sort of the standards and policy level Are they actually creating experiences together. Are they sharing those resources of conversation designers across these different use cases. It has as much as there are enabled to do. I think this is. This is one of the the pattern the patterns that you'd see from from certainly from people with a connie copywriting background or a a u x background. Where this is like. It's a familiar thing because that's what you would do in those disciplines is year. You have design systems. And you've got your your content style guides and these resources that are built to be shared regardless of what channel output to create that consistency. So there's a lot of effort to being done to to replicate those those items for conversational experiences. You know what is our conversation was conversational design system and that includes everything from how we how we authenticate a user through a conversational platform to how we say goodbye. And it's it goes from everything from the the actual user flows the the functional interactions that users having to the contents of what's being said

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Establishing the Discipline of Conversation Design - Rob Hayes Head of Product at Voiceflow Talks Conversation Experience Design - Voicebot Podcast Ep 209 - burst 09

The Voicebot Podcast

04:53 min | 1 year ago

Establishing the Discipline of Conversation Design - Rob Hayes Head of Product at Voiceflow Talks Conversation Experience Design - Voicebot Podcast Ep 209 - burst 09

"Let's talk about design so conversation design. You've probably learned a lot about conversations design of your fast job at ada and the now a voice flow when you think about the practices that people are employing today. What what do you think's the most interesting in terms of how this is evolving. The one of the more interesting things you're starting to see is as as these teams are as the teams are getting established within organizations You know. I think maybe the first conversation designers really get introduced into Organization focused on a specific and then another one for another channel. And now you have. Now you have a discipline established once you have to conversations niners working onto channels. You have a discipline established and so starting to see more of that. The conversation design practice being established. And then you know. They're they're starting to think about okay. We're not building. we're not building an ivy. Our experience and a mobile a mobile assisted interface Separately these are these are two touch points with with the same brands conversational experience. And so how do we. How do we think about consistency across channels ends and then ultimately how do we hand off between channels to the to the appropriate channel. That's best suited to to deliver on this. And so i think one of the one of the more interesting patterns. They're starting to see is just you know what is what is the interplay across conversational channels within a single organization whether that be behind the scenes just in terms of how that the teams approaching it designing for creating consistency of language content personality flows within the experiences to ultimately having interplay between these channels in the future. Yes are you seeing more of that cross channel collaboration. The it's it's happening on the behind the scenes part of a lot. Or there's there's attempts to really get that structure in place to be able to do that. That's how to. How do we share a source of truth on on our on our contents. What is our what is our content management system that we all pull from what is the what is the intense the list of intense that we support and which slice of that does each channel handle and wears their overlaps. Even between you ex design and conversation zion. You know where to these experiences. Start to overlap. an water the assets that were building around for those so you start to see a lot more of on the back office side or behind the scenes thinking about how do we work across channels To save effort redis redundancy but also ultimately to create a you know a a more cohesive cohesive experience for someone who's interacting with our with our company regardless of what conversational touch point. So it sounds like there's more coordination may be than in past when there was basically zero coordination across the different channels different different executives in charge different budgets all these other types of things different objectives So that's yet it's an interesting but are they actually sharing resources they are. They really collaborating beyond sort of the standards and policy level Are they actually creating experiences together. Are they sharing those resources of conversation designers across these different use cases. It has as much as there are enabled to do. I think this is. This is one of the the pattern the patterns that you'd see from from certainly from people with a connie copywriting background or a a u x background. Where this is like. It's a familiar thing because that's what you would do in those disciplines is year. You have design systems. And you've got your your content style guides and these resources that are built to be shared regardless of what channel output to create that consistency. So there's a lot of effort to being done to to replicate those those items for conversational experiences. You know what is our conversation was conversational design system and that includes everything from how we how we authenticate a user through a conversational platform to how we say goodbye. And it's it goes from everything from the the actual user flows the the functional interactions that users having to the contents of what's being said

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"three roles" Discussed on What If World - Stories for Kids

What If World - Stories for Kids

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"three roles" Discussed on What If World - Stories for Kids

"Your bubble forming a shield of water for extra protection. Start flying towards you from every direction but giant bread ladies start getting launched out of the cave. They don't seem fully alive like bridget. But when they land on these unit cars they reach in in steer them away while this is so much. Easier with help from grownups. Where's dylan on water. Kids in figuratively. There were some blasts getting through heating up the water around. You blow we idiot. Bus unicor takes off. So all you're trying to do is escape right. Oh yeah this is not a fight. This is a flea or we're gonna another idea. Can i turn the word from my ship. Intellect a crossbow. And then fire my hand onto one of these union cars. That's an awesome idea. Yes and i want to use my birthday present. I pull off my big thorny earring and turned it into the on long thorny whip. I can use to redirect any. Kyw's get close to us. Well you can hardly keep track of. How many unit cars are on you but with all the healthier getting and all your great ideas. I'm gonna let you take the best two out of three roles again just like time but you're going to need better than a ten on each role in order to succeed further your leveling up. The game's going to get harder can command command. That's an eighteen thirteen. I can do this well. That's a to lander. Roll your dare we. We still got a thirteen in eighteen. That's not good enough. We'll see i wrote the to in your hand. Keeps jumping from one car to the next steering them away. Lowlander your thorny whip pops the tires of any car that gets close and for some reason that seems to slow them down you take a few directorates anzacs. Finally the all take one. I thought it was harm. They i think hurts. Sounds better hurts. Exactly i give it a tangle egg discuaaion to launch with his ship. Both saying you're egged tangling cars and steering them away with red giants and skeleton hands. I asked the one if she can raise up some missed from the lake to help disguise movements. I'll let you roll and add her wonder which is a d eight wall we go three plus four orbis seven. It's not looking good. The midst keeps burning up from all the stray unicor blast to yuna cars fly through the midst staying on your tail. I want to launch both of my feet at both of these guys in heaven. Step on the breaks. You're going to have to use a heart to attempt something that crazy. I'm using it to you. The unit cars brake hard and fast and before they can get going your miles ahead. Yeah accepts cullens missing his feet. Now yeah can fashioned wooden feet from shipping bottom. Okay sure until you can recover your skeleton feet. You have to rather uncomfortable wooden feet as you finish flying over cake lake though. Warren raises one last. Missed cloud over you so you will remain unseen as you get farther and farther away from the unit cars. I'm sorry thorn. We separated you from your best friend in. I will meet again diamond. Bar from best friends never feels so long. When you're as old as we are okay kids witted to that master tinker year. We've got a curse to break that sale for tinker town way down. Didn't we find a domestic metal. Oh i really don't remember. Don't remember maybe we should go back and ask the sun snappers curiosity where everybody is now. We still need a memory of a son who had into stay. So i can bring pictures from this sun snapping mothership. I'll let you do it. He still doesn't know which way to go West and which way is west exactly. You're a spaceship. Shouldn't you know his worry whereas this with any which way space west is with this planet. Just keep spinning. How can anyone know which way is which the end. Oh we really need a map. How would you probably take notes next time. We adventure and oliver and karras. I hope you enjoyed your story. Grownups your kids have. What if world are gilding goblins illustrations feel free to share on social. That's instagram facebook. At what if we'll podcast and twitter at what if world pod we always love sharing your art on social and with your permission it might even be featured as future episode artwork. You'll also support us by going to patriotdepot dot com slash. What f world for ad free episodes a better chance of getting your question answered and a shout out on the show. All leave us written in review on apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen. Hey the f. Word here take aiden. Who just turned seven. He loves pokemon cub scouts. And there's little sister sophie from dublin. Ireland who is eight years old. Lucy and manju to acknowledge gabby steadying just turned nine. She listens to the show every night. No matter what then does hopper mei-chieh eight years old. Thank you and finally mr eric here to shout out sterling from pooku new zealand sterling is seven and want to share the shoutout with siblings wallace and gussie. And i'd like to think. Karen o keefe co creator craig martin's for our theme song desert mcfarland for her sound design. All you kids at home. Who best friends. Don't stop being best friends just because you haven't seen him in a while until we meet again. Keep wondering.

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"three roles" Discussed on Patriots Beat

Patriots Beat

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"three roles" Discussed on Patriots Beat

"Play to find the guy's whole career and then he's kind of bounced around the league since the problem is that the stage couldn't pay him originally cuz they wanted to pay Michael Thomas. They couldn't pay him. Originally. They traded the Patriots dangerous weren't going to pay him cuz they don't pay anybody. So they trade him to the Rams the Rams side him to this gross contract that again. He's a good player, but he was never going to be worth that contract. So he gets trading around the league two teams who just kind of are willing to spend for a year to bolster their receiver Corps and give it a shot. Now that contracts kind of come back down to earth. It's more in line with with his worth and I can get it for next to nothing cuz the Texans are dumb. So, you know go get them. I think he'd be a great fit. If you put put speed on one side in terms of Brandin Cooks. If you put size on the other in terms of Corey Davis you go out you get one of those slots High performers in the draft. You have to Kobe Myers is kind of a wild card who can move between all three roles and then you figure out the tight end that's like a pretty good offense. Yeah, you know, I mean just have to figure out the quarterback but I you know, you have all the pieces that's at pass-catcher where you have a pretty decent offense there. Yeah. No, I really like it. And if they do go that route that maybe that does open them up to somebody more like a Jew Jew who is your life and mostly inside and be that I called in the power slot. That's kind of what that mold is like big slot. Yep Godwin, you know, those types of guys are playing seventy 80% of their snaps inside and kind of playing as almost like a detached. I tend essentially in that role. Let's talk about the tight ends though because none of these tight ends got tagged which I think was a little bit of a surprise to me because the tag number for tight ends is not very high birth. Hunter Henry and Johnny Smith. Neither one of those guys got tagged. They're both hitting the open market..

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"three roles" Discussed on On The Table Gaming

On The Table Gaming

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"three roles" Discussed on On The Table Gaming

"Cutler units a vicious we attack dice when they targeted something. That hasn't activated. And then you go and stitches ramsey and there with them and let's just say just baseline ramsey Status you know without without re. Just keep it at seven points. You're gaining fueled by slaughter in that situation so you're able to restore wounds for keeping your damage up getting intimidating presence damage going even further. That's pretty beasley. And they know they hit pretty hard as is four plus more typical that of that point range but seventy three roles and vicious vicious is gonna come handy and it's you know everything that you showed had vicious on it all the units. So there's gonna be some some people running away. Well that's the. That's the bolton team here is if you want to run an aggressive vicious army that's who should be taking now of course strokes in general. They did get toned down because they need. This is the reality of it. They were very cost effective. Five point us so you know. I'm not gonna sit there and say oh these were you know there was nothing wrong with them. In the previous they were at the top tier of the point range for most options. That's something we just ignore. So these are is brought in line to are now like you compare them versus like how stark sworn sorts swertz defensive profile. Similar offensive vile. But they're much more focused punching through armor whereas the cutthroats here have vicious. They're doing much more morale damage. So naturally you know you can build around the like in start army but this natural synergies are not there so much because starts. Don't really care too much about panic. Damaged it's additional option ability to do so and that's the point of neutrals in in general is they should expand options available to a faction or offer different play styles. There is supplementary force to the existing batches. Were usually your in house. Option is going to have some natural synergies. But there's still some merit to be said for just wild card in there about you know what it can do. And then the house bolton black six point union they take a little bit of drop damage in the top end from the one point six version but they gained vicious so fair fair trade. There and you know for an extra point you get a little bit better survivability than cut throat you get your three plus armor.

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"three roles" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

The Oklahoma Observercast

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"three roles" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

"One the session. It's never easy. Given all the competing demands in oklahoma city of delivering government services on the cheap but it could be especially challenging this year given the coronavirus impact on state revenues. An increase friction between a governor regards himself as oklahoma. ceo in the legislature that actually holds near all the power. It also be fascinating to see. How effective house speaker. Charles mccall senate. President pro trim greg treat in their lieutenants can be when it comes to managing republican super majorities in both houses. We invited former senate. President observer columnist cow hacienda. Join us for this week's observer cast. He knows a thing there too. Because he saw a thing. Or two in nearly thirty years in the oklahoma legislature. Tell us who you are and what you do and why. I'm here all at a little background. I i was born in arizona but My folks moved back here right at the end of world. War two Raised on a farm graduated from lexington. High school went to the university of oklahoma And was shipped directly overseas In nine hundred sixty a during the vietnam war Went pentagon for some duty as well. came back to graduate school and then through a series of flips and accidents I ran for the legislature in nineteen seventy eight onto the to lead to Named pleaded death ridge which at least some of us remember twelve years in the house. I was appropriations chairman over there. sixteen years in the senate was the name of the senate a couple of years and then The university of oklahoma in a couple of three roles sense a real estate business a little bit of farming cons. That kind of thing so i guess that's me so you were in the legislature when democrats were in the majority only in the majority twenty eight years from seventy eight two thousand six and i can't imagine the agony of being in the minority. I've seen how they're treated by probably wouldn't handle any better than some of them did but i have at least one minority guy that said i was really fair. And that's chris steele.

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"three roles" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"three roles" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"Be cool. You be cool to talk from dusk to dawn verdicchio. Rob lee is here this. Let's watch it again. So what to the podcast. Cats kittens boys and girls. I am rob lee. And with me on this podcast. We're reviewing from don with me is always for this. Particular type of thing is about brothers is my brother. Heard the big the big a medium size rating yeah. We're both fresh blazed haircuts. We look like the same dude right now. So yeah so. Yeah this movie dust to dawn. It's great is abi moving right but it knows it's so i'm gonna give you the rundown real quick and we'll get to some favorite scenes abuse low fat toys and all of that. Good stuff answers the question. Does that sound. Good all right so synopsis. For this movie writing you know we both wash it recently. Yes to criminals and their hostages. Unknowingly seek temporary refuge in a truck stop populated by vampires with chaotic results. From dod so so. What does that eloquently cover with. This movie is about yes fair. So this movie was released in january nineteenth nineteen ninety-six. This is near. This is the fifth anniversary. This is why we're one of the reasons covering it and it meant mostly positive critical acclaim age in this movie. And we'll talk about that a little bit and giving you the rundown. This is robert rodriguez third movie for the movie. He directed at the time. Yeah can you name the previous two one show desperado. Can you name the year. Yeah you don't get so. Far was the precursor desperado wants. Mexico no came out to visit l. mariachi nineteen two. Yeah that was his debut movie. I don't remember so it was that a seeks would have been a sequel to that was. That was kind of i in this type of story so if you wanted to look at the kind of the mexican crime like movies what have you that mythology. You had l. mariachi desperado. They once upon a time in mexico. That will be your ally this movie stars. George clooney say that again. This movie stars. George clooney and i think at this point in georgia's trying to transition into a movie star right so at this juncture in his career. He was mostly known for just being on. Er and being on a television actor now. Do you know a movie he got after this. It's going to be hard no because it's not a good movie. No he was batman after. This is the year before batman. Robin remember what was ninety seven. I didn't know he started out as a action. Stir a love stories thing. He's not been this guy sent. Oh he was in one of those like love movies the same year too but he's not been this guy since the movie right. I mean he was fucking great movie he was like. Yeah so quinton tinos also in. We got some issues here. At this point he'd he'd done in appeared in both of the movies that he's director. He wrote this by the way he wrote this movie. So he wrote it. And him and robert rodriguez combined their efforts on it. So distri one is credited for the story but thirteen credit credit for the screenplay and rodriguez is director of the movie. So tarintino is also kind of like a second guy in it for like that. First let's say our so So do you know what movies that tarintino wrote and directed before this you do. That was the first movie in nineteen ninety two. The other one is the one that he got the big off of. That's the one that's like. He's arrived mom professional. Yes now ninety four actually didn't know he did so. This was from what. I read his first. Pay writing job for dusted on career. And nobody nobody wanted to direct it so he hit up his man. You gotta be so also in this hurry cartels in this and you know got delays. Can you name another movie. Use it winston wolf in pulp fiction and he was the lead guy in reservoir dogs out there saying you should watch it. It's worth your hand is really watch. It juliette lewis has also you know her now she was also an i believe i don't know if he wrote director know oliver stone directed it. He was in She was in a natural killers was descended a movie. A debit yes. That's they say this in a moment right at this wildly racist bullshit happens. I must have missed them. But i'll tell you what he's their cameos in his movie some hayek because he's in it for five minutes and i think there's a lot of green screen around. I don't think he all set and we got some stuff to say about that. Cheech marin is in three roles some who's deal funny danny trails and is a better bet. He played in all three movies. All what movies does not move. Was he s a show. no he was. has you know. Watch so putting those women that came up. This was ninety. I'm sorry a two thousand fourteen through sixteen from volvo. Rumor was in it and it has the brothers. It's basically an extension of Robert patrick is the harvey character. Yeah to it. So yeah it. Some kind of cool free williamson. Isn't it and tom savini. You may not remember tom savini. But he's a special effects wizard and he was sex machine speak jake busey plex machine speaking at the gun the suitcase in another movie later I think it was like once upon a time in mexico that same gun possibly a suitcase. So is it shows is in the same universe so frames for him and right. Original gangsters came out.

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"three roles" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"three roles" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Michigan Medicine and also As orthopedic team physician for the University of Michigan's football team. Dr Miller. Thanks so much for joining us and you know, we see athletic trainers go out to the field on the players injured. But what exactly is the role of an athletic trainer in the midst of a game and beyond game time? The athletic trainer serves as the primary care provider for the athletic population. They remain embedded in an athletic organizations and teams, and they essentially are the first responders. In general. They're responsible for the health and well being of athletes and the rolls are are many and these include the management of acute injuries, the management of acute medical conditions, the therapy and rebuild ation of injured athletes. They also have to manage preventative strategies, including things like nutrition, injury prevention and general well being. For our athletes. They're always in direct communication with coaching staff as well as athletes, families, communicating athletes, preparedness and prognosis for playing competition as the medical director of med sport and is an orthopedic surgeon. How did the athletic trainers fit into the overall care team at med sport when they're caring for an injured athlete? Some of our 80 sees work alongside our orthopedic surgeons and sports medicine's positions in the clinic, setting another group of eighties work in our physical therapy and rehabilitation unit, and in that role they work strictly in the rehabilitation and therapy under the supervision of our physical therapist. The third role is in the role of what I call our outreach program in the 80 sees in this.

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"three roles" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"three roles" Discussed on WDRC

"Let me tell you what I have planned for today show but you guys know by now I'm not going to get all of it because your phone calls your questions your comments are my priority but here's what I have Frank you don't many of the calls here on the show deal with dogs it may be displaying aggressive behavior but is it is it possible that you just might be the cars will look at dog aggression today but from the dog's point of view also coming up on today's show is your dog or cat looking a bit larger than here she used to it's not just people that are packing on the pounds during the corona quarantine so are your pet to doing it as well we'll take a look at that and if you're involved with rescuer humane you probably know what I'm gonna be talking about but are you familiar with the three three three role coming up the stages a rescue dog or cat might go through before they feel like they're really part of the family and also coming up here a lot but what is the difference between a service dog a therapy dog and an emotional support animal we'll talk about that plenty of time for your questions and comments as I said lots of great pet stuff to give away so if your pet is jumping humping digging scratching barking not using a little box not eating eating too much character surfing hates other dogs and some people suffered with separation anxiety your poor dioxins depressed your cat is keeping you up at night or you just finally realized that the dogs and cats who live with or a little brighter than you.

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How The Fed Fights Coronavirus

The Indicator from Planet Money

06:48 min | 2 years ago

How The Fed Fights Coronavirus

"The Federal Reserve the Fed Country Central Bank has been insanely busy trying to support the economy in the past month. But might not know that because the Fed hasn't really been in the headlines. The Way Congress has been so tan show. We're going to fill in the details. What the Fed has been up to here? We go so during normal times if the economy is growing too fast and there's too much inflation meaning prices are rising too fast. The Fed can raise interest rates to slow the economy down a bit and if the economy is really weak like right now the Fed can lower interest rates and give the economy a boost but the FED has already lowered interest rates to almost zero. So that means it. The Fed really just cannot do any more to help the economy right. It's ammunition. Yeah there's no more ammunition and I am certain. Stacey that Fed Chair Jerome Powell would agree with me when it comes to this lending. We're not going to run out of ammunition that doesn't happen okay never mind. That doesn't happen like bullets forever. That was that was chair Powell about a month ago on. Cbs Today Show and what he meant. Was that no matter how bad the economy suffers as it deals with krona virus the Fed can always increase. How much money. It is lending to the economy to support it. That money cannot be given away. It has to be in the form of lending but there is no limit on how much lending the. Fed can provide an in the time since that interview with chair pops only a month ago but since then the economy has been collapsing and the Fed has responded by setting up nine new lending programs these facilities to get money to different parts of the economy in partnership with the US Treasury Department and this has been a much bigger much faster response from the Fed then during the financial crisis of two thousand eight. It happened fast that happened in volume and it happened in partnership with the Treasury. It was pretty smooth much smoother than the last go around. This is torres a reporter at Bloomberg News who recently analyzed all this extraordinary new activity from the Fed and Craig's. You can think of the Fed's actions all of these lending programs as falling into three different buckets. Three buckets the reflect the three roles that the Fed is now playing in the economy. And I up. The Fed is now acting as the economy's lender of last resort this all that is actually familiar to central banks in crisis so simple way to understand lender of last resort is to imagine. You know there's like one bank in a small town. The bank has loaned money to businesses in the town but the economy is going bad so those companies might not be able to pay back that bank. Well the people in town here about it so they all rush at the same time to take their money out of the bank runs on the bank. Yeah but the bank does not have all their money precisely because it loaned some of that money out to the businesses which we're GONNA pay back later on in the future. The money's in your house in your house and yours so the panic gets worse because everyone wants to get their money out of the bank before it runs out until Craig says the central bank the Federal Reserve would show up. And just say. I'm going to loan loan loan to this bank as much money as they need until the panic stops nowadays things are obviously more complicated but this basic role of the. Fed as lender of last resort is pretty much the same. It's just that you know this little town bank has partly been replaced by different kinds of markets if for example instead of depositing your cash in the bank you can buy a short term. I owe you from a bank or from another kind of financial company where the company basically says. Hey let us borrow your money and we'll pay you back in a month and we'll pay you back with a little more interesting. You would have gotten from just bank deposit well about a month ago. Companies started having trouble selling these people did not want to buy them probably because they were worried that as the economy was tanking these companies would struggle to pay them back now. This is a problem because some companies rely on selling those I o us to pay for their daily operations including to pay people salaries. Yep So what the Fed did was it. Set up a facility to buy these. I owe us directly from the companies. These Iowa used by the way are just called commercial paper and this lending program from the Fed is a facility. Craig says that is providing emergency cash when there's something wrong with a market that won't give these companies short-term finance and once people saw that the Fed was actively buying this commercial paper these I owe us from companies. They stopped being nervous about buying it themselves. So companies were again able to sell their US and pay everybody salaries. Yeah I mean this is important. Also because some of these financial companies that sell the I. R. Themselves Providing Credit to people to get mortgages and car loans and these companies can continue doing that now. The Fed has at other similar facilities as lender of last resort and in all of them. The Fed is making sure that financial institutions can borrow in the short term so that they can lend money out to the economy in the long term with the Fed has done is to restore confidence in these markets. Yeah this partly explains by the way. Why the Fed is not in the headlines as much when it is doing its job. Successfully markets calmed down which just doesn't attract as much attention but it means that the Fed is doing its job yet. No news is good news right. Yeah that is one role. The Fed is playing lender of last resort. The second role Craig gives it a similar name investor of last resort but Craig says there are big actually really radical differences in these roles so in investor of last resort. There are two programs they are set up to buy longer term debt sold by big corporations and the fate is not restricting itself to just supporting the debt of the safest companies. It's also supporting the debt of some risky companies. Like ones that sell junk bonds for a guy who's been covering this institution for going on two decades. I have never seen anything like this. As investor of last resort the Fed is going beyond supporting short term lending markets to avoid panics. It is directly financing the longer term. Borrowing of corporations and this is pretty controversial. Partly because a lot of companies borrowed a ton of money in recent years and so the Fed might be kind of inadvertently signalling to these companies. That they can just keep borrowing money into the future like Willy Nilly because if the chips are down the Fed will help them out. If the economy goes bad they really have changed perceptions about risk mainly an told the markets that in moments of excessive economic

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"How To Cope During A Crisis" with Therapist Sharon Ellenbogen

Medicine, We're Still Practicing

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"How To Cope During A Crisis" with Therapist Sharon Ellenbogen

"It's likely that our listeners have spent a thousand hours reading and listening and watching news focused on the escalating numbers and cases of deaths in different cities. And we'd like to focus on the other side of that crisis that we haven't really addressed enough for our listeners. And that's the psychological aspects and how to deal with it there's so many aspects of this situation that causes stress and grief for even the most resilient us should. We discuss this crisis in terms of the five stages of grief. Yes I think that really is appropriate because everybody has their own responses to this prices so the stages of Grief Art denial bargaining anger sadness and acceptance. And they're not linear. There are some people that are in denial. There are some people that are bargaining with this disease. Some people are really angry and some people are really sad and some people surprisingly are accepting this and they're hunkering down and they're saying life is so simple now. I don't have to think about where to go and where to be and they're getting very Connected Online and they're doing things that they've never experienced online but we're social beings and we need to stay connected. The kids on the beach in in Miami. We would you say that. That's the denial part of things. Or do we all personally go through. Denial Stage I think that we all personally go through denial stage and these kids. They want their spring break. They've worked really hard. This is really upsetting that. They have the mobility That they want and the Salvatori experience that they want so I think at that point they just said. Hey Yolo your only Lewan like we had the same thing in Malibu last weekend. Bill with the terrible traffic that was on our highways and on our beaches it was certainly all of southern California. Decided they were on spring break? And we're coming to the beach but they were not standing sixty depart not even three three feet apart so I I do feel like. There is a certain amount of denial. That happens after denial. Do you go into anger. Or bargaining bargaining. Is the decision making that you do with yourself? That makes it okay. So if I go to the store and I'm six feet away from somebody and I'm getting three roles of Those big bulk toilet papers then. I don't have to go out for the next month. And so you're bargaining with how. How much anxiety. You have with actually going out and having hoarding behavior. Let's say where you're bargaining with. Oh I only need this much and I'll leave the rest or somebody else. Is there a timeline for this? There's not a time there's an. It's not linear either. He's you can go in and out of denial in and out of Depression in and out of anger. Can you be ages at the same time? Yes because we're not. Linear beings were were very much chaotic people. We can feel more than one feeling at a time right. Exactly yeah. The insecure feeling the uneasiness. The confusion the little bit of anger and being in the dark. Tell us about how we should be thinking about these issues well. Anger is a very in a response to anxiety and stress. Most people get angry when they feel out of control. What I think people usually is that the only thing that you have control over is your own behavior in your spawns. When you don't know what's going to happen. I call that anticipatory anxiety and the not knowing can really disrupt regulate your system into a fight or flight or freeze response But most people know it as fighter flight. The practices is to come back to the presence and censor yourself so what I mean by. That is in the present moment. What are you doing to take care of yourself? And when you're agitated or or dysregulation You're not in a state of rational Sankaran. Need some other person. Or maybe that internal voice that I found to be able to reassure an Souso. We're pack animals. We don't really survive alone very well and so sometimes it's going to a friend. Sometimes it's going to a family member Eh. It's not about telling somebody what they should do but meeting somebody where they are and comforting them in that

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How Do I Prune an Overgrown Hydrangea?

Your Gardening Questions

02:47 min | 2 years ago

How Do I Prune an Overgrown Hydrangea?

"Says it's about that time of year to Prune my hydro Angius and how far back should I TRIM? It's it's a huge plant and hasn't been touched in about ten years. Oh Wow you know typically when we talk about pruning how far back to cut you. Always kind of use the one third role but hydrangea so a little tricky It depends on when they bloom. if they bloom in late summer Then they are really blooming on new growth from the spring. So you can prune them now up. Either you can em as far back as you want because all the new growth is going to give you the blooms And this is GonNa be the types Like Annabel Limelight some of those varieties But if it's one that Bloomsburg say midsummer blue one Or maybe something like an Oakley Hydrangea Then it's going to boom on old wood which was actually started to grow last fall so the time to prune them is in an after they bloom in In late summer early fall so you know so. They have time to put out new growth. That is going to actually give booms for the next year so You know I know this sounds confusing and that's probably why Fred probably gets. This gets question multiple times over the years I wanted to Prune. Hydrangea I think the best thing to do. Would if you did it if you have Internet access if you just put an question when to Prune Hydrangea And there's a lot of good resources there that kind of help you divide the ones that like to be pruned in in the fall river versus the ones. I'd like to be pruned this time of year. Well not only that. But it's spread has has Mentioned at least I've heard him say that. There are so many varieties. Now of HYDRANGEA. It's hard to tell because now they have ones that bloom pretty much all summer. Yeah and you know that's why I think If you did a search like this Fact as I'm as I'm talking I have just put that same question and and I found a site Actually coming from Gardner Supply Company which I love their products. And is and the question when to Prune hydrangea and And this person has got pictures and a chart and he tells switch drainage is To Prune and late winter like now and which ones to to prune after they build them in the summer so I think that's It's got some great pictures here too. She kinda help you sort it out

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"three roles" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"three roles" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Are not only tell centers the product cartridges three roles franchise opportunities about L. dot com to Cole those some things the way they've always been done we make traditional western as for everything else we went our own way and made with the highest quality leathers sold only direct to you for a fair price with free shipping returns and exchanges the service that would make our grandmothers everything we do is for you find your fair at the cove us dot com S. T. E. C. O. V. A. S. dot com thank you it happens in airports on soccer fields at work at school at home with our spouses and kids and yes even in the family of five and the funny thing is that both sides always feel their version of the truth is writes in the book of James in the New Testament we're told that the first step to control our anger is to ground ourselves in the word of god sometimes anger begins with the hurt when you've been slighted or misunderstood or maybe when others don't meet your expectations you've been stabbed in the back or left out or not understood criticized unfairly angers a journey that begins with one of these types of emotions but the Bible tells us in James one nineteen that we have this wonderful simple remedy quick to hear and slow to speak count to ten before you speak and that will slow you down on the way to anchor and never ever let the sun go down on your eye I promise you'll be glad this is bright right speaking right the model as we March towards twenty twenty while they're still open Democrats terrified I think the race is wide overseas trump.

The Drug Lobby's Waning Influence in Washington

WSJ What's News

06:22 min | 2 years ago

The Drug Lobby's Waning Influence in Washington

"The drug industry has long been a major player in Washington politics. The sector spent nearly three hundred million dollars on lobbying last year more than any other industry but our team found that the influence of the drug lobby is changing as Republicans and Democrats joined together to combat rising drug prices that marks a shift as the GOP moves away from its longtime ally. So how will this influence drug policy coming out of Washington joining me now is Wall Street Journal? Investigative reporter Brody mullins so brody attract a big change in Washington and that is the waning power of the drug lobby. Due in large part to bipartisan efforts to drive down drug prices and this marks a big change especially for Republicans who are now working against their longtime allies. What's behind that shift here? You know we found out there was a whole bunch of reasons for the shift of the biggest is that members of Congress for the most part. Do what their constituents want in order to get reelected and constituents regular Americans around the country have a big problem with increasing costs of prescription drugs at the pharmacy. So many people complaining about these costs. That Republicans who normally will side with the industry and normally don't WANNA use the government to way into the private sector are starting to change their minds a little bit sort of with an eye to the election in trying to take steps to use the government to keep drug prices down for their constituents and perhaps a rare point of agreement between the two. President Trump and house speaker. Nancy Pelosi have both criticized the power of the drug lobby although course they have different ideas on how to actually lower drug costs yeah. It's pretty unbelievable. Obviously if you follow the media you know that Donald Trump and Nancy Pelosi are not close at all but here. They're pretty close to integrate. They both have been attacking the drug industry. They both been attacking Pharma. They believe attacking the lobby- lobbyists for drug industry but they both want the same thing which is to lower drug prices for consumers. Maybe for different reasons but either way they both have proposals to rein in rising drug costs again. They have different proposals but they both have the same goal at the same time. The drug lobby still donates a significant amount of money to lawmakers. So how are we seeing? This shift. Impacting the policy coming out of Washington. We don't know yet. What the story identifies is that there has been a shift in the strength or the influence of the pharmaceutical lobby in Washington. How that plays out for sure. We don't know so far. They have blocked about every important proposal. That would rein in costs so they. They are winning but Two or three years ago. These proposals wouldn't left the gate there. People wouldn't have author them. They wouldn't have been introduced now. Proposal have been introduced. They're moving. The House has passed Nancy. Pelosi's democratic backed DRUG PRICING BILL IN IMPORTANT Senate committee has passed a Republican authored. Drug Pricing Bill separately. You have trump moving proposed on drug pricing. All threes roles are a little bit different. But they're all share the same goal so we really think that's a big change from how things were a few years ago brody. When did cracks in the strength of Big Pharma for start to appear so about ten years ago? Pharma made a deal with Democrats in order to help. Pass Barack Obama's affordable care act. Pharma came to the table in negotiating a compromise with Democrats. That would in which Pharma would give its support to the affordable. Care Act and pay some money to help fund it in exchange for. Democrats not coming after farmer on some of its key issues as limiting drug prices. That was a big important deal. That Farro made that helped fuel the passage of the affordable care act and giving money to pass but really upset Republicans Republican have been fighting tooth and nail against the affordable care. Act in against Barack Obama. Remember back then it was. A one was first year to an office. And we're really fighting him. And they saw farmer once their biggest ally so desert them to help Democrats and a lot of Republicans. Some which are in very high positions of seniority imports. Now in Congress have never forgiven farmer for that and and that sort of help so the seeds for distrust among Republicans and and the industry tell us about some of those other signs that are starting to show perhaps the reduced influence of the drug lobby in Washington. It will number one seems to be the number bills that are out there. I was also amazed by the number of Republicans who who seemingly pretty conservative. Republicans from The mid West and from the West in the Rocky Mountain states who are endorsing these proposals. Republicans you'd think would be nowhere near Buckingham. Big National Industry Gore signing onto proposals to regulate the interview for the first time again. Nothing has become law. These these bills have not yet passed but there is a large number of Republicans. Were coming out against the industry. We also see at least along the rhetoric that a lot of Republicans are for the first time calling out Pharma for increasing drug prices. And that's just a big change. How things have been. So how do you think this will play out in the next few months as the twenty twenty campaign continues to heat up? There may be some bipartisanship in Washington right now but we'll hear from voters pretty soon in an ideal world for the advocates of these bills. There is room for agreement. There's room for a way to come up with a with a compromise that everyone can agree on but Washington is not an ideal world we have to inject politics into it. We have an election coming up. Which which sort of puts politics on steroids? I personally don't see anything happening this year and in part that's because of the main two players Donald Trump and Nancy Pelosi. Both wanted me happened so badly but I don't think they're gonNA want the other person to take any credit for it. Donald Trump really wants to pass a drug pricing bill. This year to tell Seniors Intel is base to blue collar workers that he's done fucking to help them and I just don't see Nancy Pelosi allowing that to happen At the same time I could see Nancy. Pelosi thinking that if a Democrat can win the White House then next year could be a fantastic opportunity to pass an even stronger drug pricing bill or law that she might support so I think for both those reasons even though both those players agreed that they want something to happen I can see them not being able to get something done this year. But we'll see that's investigative reporter Brody mullins joining me from Washington.

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"three roles" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

13:27 min | 2 years ago

"three roles" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"And mark let's begin with your review top line says surefire M. V. P. palisade sets the bar in the larger crossover class I'd like to start with the price and I'd like to start with the price at the top and the high end level trim trim level that they have with the palisade of a price the gym just mention of just under fifty thousand dollars that's a darn good price for a large SUV I've been doing this for a long time since nineteen ninety two and cars like this come around once every few years where they get everything right and they are priced very competitively because they are new to the segment I can think of one Lexus came to the United States and they have the alas their premium flagship car came in at that price of around thirty thousand dollars at the time that was just unheard of BMW and Mercedes like can't be done and it was a great great car and it established the Lexus brand in America and this is a vehicle that is firmly saying Hyundai has got it they've done it and they're here to stay there's almost nothing wrong with his vehicle there's almost nothing you can point to and say true you know the three point eight liter engine this something that they've had for almost a decade now and so there's not going to be a reliability issue there the eight speed automatic again is something that's in all their products so you likely won't see issues there as well so that takes a little bit of the fear away you know for that first year buyer but at the same time they're both really good components they're solid dependable and this car eight look it's not a race car it doesn't intend to be a race car and that's what I like about it is it doesn't it doesn't try to do things that you wouldn't expect and you know it doesn't try to be the quickest car let's say in an auto cross race it doesn't try to be a car that's gonna stop play from stop played it's gonna beat everybody because there's no reason to win this class there's just there just isn't I mean you don't need a five second zero to sixty time in a X. three role as you've done and you know what one thing that you do need is is quiet comfortable and efficient performance and that's what this card delivers his mark Bielik Jim Brill rob marcher this is Dr Chicago one W. L. as a an eight ninety Jim go ahead I'm gonna say you know mark one of the things you mention a review is torque vectoring and something that the palace and has enough you elaborate a little bit on what that means and and how that can help drivers yeah I mean we throw that term out a lot and really if you're an old school car guy torque vectoring is pas he traction for today's age you think back to the muscle cars of the old days if you step on the gas and and the rear and the differential in the back what kind of lock up so that power went to both wheels you can get one wheel spin and one we'll stick if you ever saw my cousin Vinny you see right demonstrated perfect really what what what torque vectoring is is modern day pas traction so instead of using mechanical linkages to do that which can be slow and somewhat cumbersome and meeting heavy you can deal with electronics and real what torque vectoring does for you and I and every day drivers is thanks I had of what you're doing so let's say you're driving along on the road and you step on the gas it sees that and immediately begins to send power where the car believes they will have the most traction which is usually the rear wheels but at the same time what modern torque vectoring can do is think I had when you're rounding a corner and send power to one wheel over the other we all on one side of the car to help it rotate around the corner so it's kinda like positronic shin but with a computer brain the things that had the one thing the disadvantage of all this electronic gimmickry on a car is it can get overwhelmed I've driven SUVs that have all wheel drive in deep snow and at some point the system basically overheats it can no longer actively torque factor the power because he's using the brakes to do this or is using a differential lock to do this and it's like wait a second we didn't intend for you to drive for an hour and a half in rush hour traffic and and lights will start coming on in and the system will disable it doesn't stop the car from working it just dumps it down to basically standard all wheel drive not torque vectoring all wheel drive but that can happen and especially if you're a serious off road enthusiasts you'd want mechanical locking they're never going to fail like you get in a wrangler or in a Toyota TRD product Jim I'm looking at the pictures of the palisades again a drive Chicago dot com nice room interior space and it's so it's got all the electronic goodies yeah they really did a nice job you know as mark said they put a lot of thought and see what a consumer needs who's going to buy this car even the way they kind of have a floating dash was storage underneath so if you're carrying a purse or you've got a laptop bag you can easily store that right under the dash where it's kind of safe and secure the display cluster is a high resolution ten point two five inch touchscreen so super clearance were Chris they've incorporated tack you know everything we've come to expect in some cars these days the blind spot monitoring camera will show up on the digital cluster with actual videos of stuff around you the heads up display it's integrated in this car is really clear driving this heads up displays a tricky thing like for some people they love it some people it's distracting I think Kanye does a nice job with this one I I didn't find that overly distracting I'm all the key information you want to see you as you're driving like your speech your distance to empty and even directions if you're using the navigation and the car pop up on there in just the right spot where it's not distracting and and like so many other cars Hyundai has incorporated apple CarPlay android auto standard with all other convenience features such as a second and third row USB ports so you got those kids in the back they complain and their iPads keep them quiet on those long road trip sorry guys drive Chicago continues you're on WLS AM eight ninety on Ralph Martire along with mark Bielik engine Brill and gentleman out in Schaumburg today it is the final day as the mecum auto auction wraps up in we all agree that we like me come auto auctions and especially on the final day that's when they bring out the real sexy cars what should we expect rolling across the floor and make him yeah I've got over a thousand vehicles out there this week if you're looking for tickets are thirty dollars per person at the gate or online you want to take the kids out there because as we say this is an option but it's also really cool to Stephen car show to go check out these cars kids twelve and under are free it in terms of some of the vehicles that are out there they've got a one owner two thousand six a Bentley continental flying spur others previously owned by Michael Jordan so that's that's a cool one to check out browsing kind of cars out there there's a bunch of nineteen twenties Ford model teas you've got a a bunch of nineteen fifties era gems such as a fifty seven dollar convertibles fifty eight Pontiac Bonneville convertible of course you got your muscle cars custom cars but what I was like going through like these lists and see what's out there looking for some of the unexpected cars and a couple that popped up just scrolling through the nineteen eighty three Honda civic wagon so here is if you like I can send you like some Hondas there's a civic wagon out there there's a customer cities been sprinter van that looks completely ready for an off road adventure off road tire is very camping centric and in nineteen thirty seven western clipper motor home and in nineteen eighty two jeep scrambler among those kind of allied unexpected cars that you might see out there that's what I love about me come and then the other auto auctions you can usually catch them on TV I think me come is partnered with NBC sports so you can catch them on that channel but what's funny is that as you sit down and watch these things like mark just alluded to also giving you see the sexy Badlees yeah the for our is coming across also you get like this small little European maybe like a fiats or you're just something that that also it's like oh look at that little thing it is funny because all suddenly debating takes off of these things and people are good start going nuts for these little cars one thing that's really caught on in the collector segment right now are unicorn cars and then they call their basically cars that were very very low volume but maybe a massive production runs so a car like the Chevy corvette that's coming out next year they're going to produce it in a yellow but only a few thousand total are going to be built in this yellow so that becomes the unicorn car of the first generation corvette and the so you'll see that you'll see like a little fiat five hundred come down and they made hundreds of thousands if not millions of them you like how why is this collectible but then you hear the story of this card maybe somebody owned it or maybe you know it was a weird engine and transmission combo and like a son and spend in ten times what the car's worth to pick up this car just so that they can say they have that one and it's the only one like it well the a lot of energy produced by those types of cars also the the audience gets into and everybody starts clapping and you know and then and then the people with the money that now they're trying to one up each other's it and I just love it's good energy yeah it is and it is fun to see those cars that you might not expect to be I I mean I think was the last year there was an Acura integra type R. that garnered over seventy thousand dollars you know and it's like we're used to seeing her is on the road like what makes that car special but to mark's point this was you know certain colors certain options now so you see those cars take off and used your teacher for it unfortunately we won't see any blue Plymouth alarm station wagons but that's okay all keep on the hard target search we've talked about this before guys if money were no object we put it to you this way what would you bet on money were no object I think that I would probably get a Lamborghini Miura I just think that's a gorgeous vehicle and I've heard they're super temperamental and really really hard to live with but in money's no object so that's what I'm looking at Jim you have a gradual several cars in a you know and I've already got floor in my in my driveway now and probably adding some you know I I'm an old import fan so I like the old Toyota is I've mentioned super as before I would love to find a first Gen Toyota four runner like the original foreigners that came out like eighty two that the the back top came off and it's like a convertible truck I think that I just think those are so cool I'm with the idea but I I like the land cruiser to lead the first the first generation to generation yeah and also worth mentioning for me come today if you are heading out there today is Black Hawk stage in Cornelius and will be out there he'll be sing in of the national anthem it's also Illinois State University day so go read birds if you were black hawks are I issue a peril you'll you'll receive a discount off admissions stuff or engine we've got an event tomorrow as well we do you know one of the last few remaining cruise nights out in Batavia it's the old gold cruisers almond oil cruise in at five hundred north read and road runs today from ten to two o'clock there's a five dollar entry fee which will be donated to the lupus foundation as.

It's a Funny Time of Year for Horse Racing

The Final Furlong Podcast

02:30 min | 2 years ago

It's a Funny Time of Year for Horse Racing

"D- William Hill Air Gold Cup went to Angel Alexander for Tom Dascomb and and Richard Kingscote growl running his usual good race back in second. He's real consistent horse to be fair. Gulliver sound effort in third and we had the massive orange plunged job of buffer zone at bombed and bombed badly. He did finish George Bone to be fair. So at least you got one little bit the result on the Angel Alexander a huge win for Tom DASCOMB Steve Well. We'll stick with you to start this off three year old in a handicap recap very valuable one at that a surprise winner but a very impressive performance today yes surprised when a with the Pricey he went off twenty eight to one and he's been bigger in the MON thing but this is a whole sued one three times earlier in the season and run until badly chested from wide drone orange previous start so although it's easy to say off the top the John's but I was really impressed with in seemed to be drawn on the wrong side while sitting in the small all it group and I always think when you look at these big handicaps the only solid you wanna bail away you. WanNa be's where the Pacers and it's it all seem to have low so the fact that he was able to come down the stand side an hydro and he was I think three three or four lengths ahead of the neck extols It was very impressive in the fatty unexposed over six furlongs. I only the second three roles on since two hundred to two thousand three's it's point still a very progressive sprinters probably. GonNa have a decent season next year. You'd like you think so. You'd certainly like to think so rory. What was your take on the dark angel getting the win the William Hill Air Goal to give it its full title I wouldn't I wouldn't massively disagree with the commission's been made so far I just wonder whether of it of a twilight horse in terms of his racing defy defy the he'll have to go up to pattern company. Nick Season Eastern East finished three last year. The of the next woman is side of the tried back on. It's easy to say you mark them up for that. Because the rest of the placed horses were on the Far Side I do think that major jumbled in a hell of a lot of good though so it gives them a really good tool and it's all it's all very well. Concentrating on more is wasn't say well look at Cyber Fair but when the when the nearside win the race this they're not they're not done to sometimes we can get at tangled up in in you know horses being potentially better than the results. and again we've had this discussion time on the on the on the podcast abide what are considered to be draws but of course keeps winning from what I meant to be standing joke about winning from sole twenty plus over model and a half and Oscar going that must be a hell of a horse to win from not draw. I do it every single year so I'm not convinced that he was better than the result but in saying he's he's unexposed those sorts of conditions additions a big field sprint over six furlongs in a lot of his form has come around a band or unsightly very different tribes to wear so given conventional taxis improves and he's wanted clearly so he's all potential to do well nick season. I just wonder whether he will be the kind of buying in his head against a brick wall against horses or you know ten twelve points better than Heyman group threes and twos next year he certainly it'd be just this morning not capable of winning a couple of listed races but they'll have higher aspirations for them not might not be quite as easy as it looks because we sometimes talk about the listed group to group three even group one sprints depending on the type of quality that you have in in given seasons as really not being that far off handicap company that you can see horses make the progression from handicaps to even group but certainly the group to group three listed level it. It doesn't always take a huge amount to break into that. I just wonder about this performance if he deserves all the praise in the world and he's beaten not really solid yardstick and growl who second the race in two thousand Sixteen Yada Yada Yada runs his honest race Blah Blah Blah but if Roy Rory's point is absolutely spot on that these races are difficult to win. Steve sometimes they're difficult to back the winner of you often see a big price to winner and they just kind of keep beating themselves and so deliver this horse and his performance where he storms through to mow horses down and think right. They've got him now now. They know what what he is. There's going to be more to come or if that was indeed his day in the song then we should be deleting them from the tracker and looking for something else later in the the season possibly early next season. I think if he was five year old or something like that he yeah you could see that but what he's GonNa law in his favor that in the final easy three zero and he's unexposed over six furlongs. I think I was only is gonNA third run run over six furlongs in in one of those listed racist gesture when he was doing very why and the fact that he's been running round places like Gesta Sta just because he's been running. They're able to win that. When he's been awful a lot lower rating it doesn't mean that he's ideally suited to it and it showed on a straight track what he's put in his best performance so he's unexposed in several facets of is a homeland and he's only three road so you would expect to natural improvement for next season that I wouldn't be surprised if he was up to certainly group three level and the funny thing is with growl finishing second. I think when he finished second a a few years ago he went on to hit the frame in the group one on Champions Day at a massive price so light you say completely agree that the fact that handicappers is instantly inform handicappers winning these big races which on easy to win these big failed handicaps they can find the step up to two certainly group to group one level even easier than it might look at a time when you you think if a whole wins a mile and a half and the recap the Johnson stepping up into Greek ones easily. It's pretty remote. was there anything in behind. Steve that took your fancy with regards regards to possibly the sprintone champions day or for another big handicap either early next season or before the end of the season. was there anything in behind that that AH well there was a few that I thought were interesting. the the problem is with later in the season. Nive the likelihood likelihood of them getting decent grind is pretty unlikely it's not certainly it'll rain from now until the end Italian or certainly in the end of the year but it as a look out the window. It certainly looks well set in and we're GONNA get easy grind prevent. Yes I'm sure but the the two I thought ran better than that position all certainly run really well because they both finished in the first a half dozen aside. Every CBA was one of David Omar's who seemed to miss the break didn't get the clearest run through and also is in that middle middle grind where he was drawn high ironically the winner obviously withdrawn a bit higher but decided to go over to the far side where that the main body of the field race and he was finishing really well and the fact that he didn't get the clearest run through years of host it does like have to have things drop his wife if you go back to his French form and we all know that David Omar is done exceptionally exceptionally well with his friend French imports like glitters and he's group foam in the bag so I think next season we might see a a ever see boat winning one of these handicaps the other one was embar- of Richard Hannon's. I thought he was a bit inconvenience by being right in in the middle when the pacing to be either hard against the fall rail always rory said with them the angel is on the getting a good lead from aged jump by so dynamic didn't seem to be the place you want to be racing in the early stages where both embar-. Anisi Bo came from and I think and then might be right is in them whether it's later on in this seasonal rim early next season was quite a bunch finish as well. Let's say major jumbo actually did well considering. He had to cut out all the donkey

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"three roles" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"three roles" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Stopped. I ate too much too fast. Yes. Let one or two times in your mouth, Candyman almost instantly your acid indigestion. God. It's just a hop skip. And a jump to the nearest drugstore. Tubs tonight three role package quart. There are many imitations. But there is no. Substitute times u m s. I'm Rick Unger. You've heard the screamers you've heard the Shouters the haters the raiders. Well, now, it's time to listen to a real conversation a rational conversation now it's time for the Rick on your show, weekdays from four to six PM on talk twelve sixty and one three seven KT RC and streaming at Santa Fe dot com. My name is Peter Lamont, though, I'm the director catering and Hilton Santa Fe buffalo thunder. The hospitality industry is thriving in Santa Fe. We are one of the top tourist destinations in the world and have an amazing selection of top class hotels. The industry is one of the largest employers in Santa Fe and good opportunities or available for everyone. Whether you're looking for a housekeeping cooking, spun even planning or management job. Sanofi hospitality, jobs dot com is your hub for finding your next cosmetology career the last time into Mexico. United took the fill that I hope spark. They walked away with the first win in club history. It was tense dramatic and wonderful. What will happen on Saturday thirteenth against the way arts? Tens of thousands of fans of experience magic to Mexico. United soccer don't be the one that MRs out for tickets. Call five zero five two zero nine seven five two nine or visit tickets dot in New Mexico. UTD dot com kickoff is at seven thirty pm gates open at six pm. See what I told spark on April thirteenth for New Mexico United soccer. So most you need those here by try to score sport in the country Saturday the cross season is on now across was started. By the native American people and was originally notice. Come and try lacrosse free clinic, all boys and girls..

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"three roles" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"three roles" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Well, over this configuration, straight course through longs in the Commonwealth Cup for three roles in the spring. And and a firm enough to have ended up taking second. And if I working for upset you'd probably be the one I mean, I'm not putting it past Belva bait around the good rain your Miller. I'm interestingly she began. Her career in England. And I think so I I four races were down the straightaway. And she, you know forever. It's worse. She acquitted herself admirably, I mean care club. Ran a good race last time for FOX or Glenn hill. Could see him participating? I don't I don't like him specially to get into the top three. I t I will get a lot of support. He's he ran good races during the, but he just got thrashed by blue point last time to find something else to fill the gap between those two what about brave smash coming in from Flemington. Yeah. I mean, obviously that you gotta take the OSCE sprinter. Seriously. My I guess my major concern with him is he's been on the steady go since I think September now. I mean a lot of runs already. I just don't know that he has that much more to find and. May be late in the year for him to pop one of his better races his run well enough to to be a factor. I know. This this mayor Vittore, it's in the different area and her form cycle and has a as a strong, turn of foot herself. She's probably he's drawn in twelve and might have a chance of running into the top three things. Go her way. Let's talk about the three year olds. And as we transition to the three year olds we have to say that Marcus last week, if you were listening, even though he didn't have by my standards in in the selection grid, you warned everybody that by my standards was was intriguing and may have may have been coming into the Louisiana derby hot. So I think some people took advantage of that info Marcus last week. So. I I mean. I think if I remember, right. I and it was probably rude to cut such a wide slot. But I went through a bunch of forces. Because I you know, I felt like if we're rolling in a win. There were many ways at that race could go and that was one of the horses. That was interesting at a price the train had been. So, you know, just came onto the blue that he was so high and that horse I expected here talks golden, we have him, and you could see you can't without watching the work. Sometimes you know, but he'd worked fast anyway. I didn't really work out. Great from me. But hopefully. Let's talk about this group. And there's North American representation and the worst that you know, the words that I I'll I'll openly root for here is Brendan Walsh with plus ca Parfait, but there's you know, there's plenty of of local interest walking thunder, and and so much more divine image, your thoughts Marcus is about the three year olds..

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Scientists rise up against statistical significance

Nature Podcast

05:02 min | 3 years ago

Scientists rise up against statistical significance

"Class make the at the rate that the other scientists do which means this is sort of deeply ingrained from the get go in terms and statistical education, interestingly, the undergraduates who have never taken a statistics class do not make this error because they don't know the Pedo you is you'll know what statistical significance is. So when you present it. They ignore it. And just say him is a point to bigger than seven point three roles of the dumping resolves into one of two categories. And using that decide whether or not an effect is interesting or even real, Regina. And Blake thing. This sadistics should be used thoughtfully reporting all the data making cleared in certain estimates. I'm presenting p values precisely as a continuum may help avoid the problems that come with categorization. There are concerns though that humans are great group is we live in things in boxes. So whatever of results are observed human to an evidently find a category to put them in Regina, though, is optimistic that we can learn not to categorize I think as a society, and certainly many individuals were now becoming more comfortable with aknowledging, the shades of gray exist in the world. World. So I wonder if now is a very good time. It's the right time for us to be looking at P values and saying, you know, what it is continuous. So what will the alternatives both Blake and his cO offers wished to put statistical significance out to pasture. There is utility having some kind of fresh to assess the quality publications Regina has some thoughts on potential ways forward in particular. The idea of journals using registered reports research can submit their entire study in data protocol before they've collected data should submit that for peer review, and if accepted, the researchers get an in-principle publication. No matter what their results are. So that means no matter what p you I got if I've done it, smartly, then I'll get a publication many over salute. Have been proposed. But so far the concept of statistical significance has stuck. If categorization is counterproductive, then Regina things will need systemic change. You can tell people which right and wrong, and they can know that intellectually, but this around and by a system where the incentive and reward and all their peers are doing something different than it. Very hard to check them into doing the right? Ben journals and labs have been putting in place various policy is in the innovations that support using peeve Adar's as they were originally intended. And and I think that very exciting.

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"three roles" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"three roles" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"If you're an average if you were an average wage earner prior to retirement about forty percent, but if he were a high wage earner that's going to be even smaller percentage. So it's really critical to help build up some additional savings for your retirement. The second rule the earlier that you file for your benefits, the lower your benefits are going to be and they could be substantially less. If you file at age sixty two which is the soonest you can file as opposed to your full retirement age, you're going to get about thirty seven percent lesson benefits. And if you followed sixty two as opposed to age seventy it's almost eighty percent less. So these are some important numbers to remember. But you know, the trend is really changing, and I wanted to go over this chart woman over this chart, I forgive you. The third rule the third role is you can collect benefits. Even if you've never worked if you were married were even married and divorced you're entitled to social security spousal social security spousal benefits which are fifty percent of your husband or wife's benefits at their full retirement age. Even if he got divorced and your marriage listed ten years or longer, and you're currently not married you're still eligible to get fifty percent of your ex spouses benefits and another thing if you were widowed, you're entitled to widowed benefits. So even if you've never worked you can still get some social security benefits. Interesting and another thing I wanted to go over and this was just sent to me by one of my clients, Mr. sandy bittermann. Sandy. Own website Papa geek dot com. And but this is really interesting. He did a chart here. Up until two thousand five. Over fifty percent of social security recipients filed at age sixty two they got there early benefits. However that trend has been changing over the past. I guess fourteen years now. And it really changed. I guess about mid two thousand five now fourteen years later the majority of recipients are waiting until they're full retirement age forty one percent as opposed to now only thirty two percent of retirees are taking their benefits early. So, and I think a lot of this has to do with being educated just knowing how to maximize your social security benefits. And that's something we help all of our clients with. So anyway, today's show let's get back did say show with it. Because we said we're gonna talk a lot about annuities of pros and cons ins and outs. So let's just do that. You know, a rod before we move on. I just want to take some time to sincerely. Thank you personally for everything you do, you know, you're a great mentor to me and a great inspiration to me personally, and professionally I feel very privileged to be able to work for you know, that right? Well, thank you. You've devoted your entire career to helping so many people plan out a successful retirement income that's protected from market volatility. Every day, you preach the same thing. You're so thank you for everything. You do your certainly an inspiration to everyone. Who knows you especially me very much? Thank you. Wait. Gee, that's that's really nice little Atta boy, you know, recently. We've been fielding a lot of questions about annuities. Maybe it's because of all the recent market volatility and investors are looking for ways to protect the principal. There's growing interest for annuities, and there is of course confusion, and that's a good point. You know.

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"three roles" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"three roles" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"An average if you were an average wage earner prior to retirement that forty percent, but if you were a high wage earner that's going to be even smaller percentage. So it's really critical to help build up some additional savings for your retirement. The second rule earlier that you file for your benefits, the lower your benefits are going to be and they could be substantially less. If you file at age sixty two which is the soonest you can file as opposed to your full retirement age, you're going to get about thirty seven percent lesson benefits. And if you've followed sixty two as opposed to eight seventy it's almost eighty percent less. So these are some important numbers to remember. But you know, the trend is really changing, and I wanted to go over this chart woman to go over this chart, I forgive you. The third rule the third role is you can collect benefits. Even if you've never worked if you were married were even married and divorced you're entitled to social security spousal social security spousal benefits which are fifty percent of your husband or wife's benefits at their full retirement age. Even if you got divorced and your marriage listed ten years or longer, and you're currently not married you're still eligible to get fifty percent of your ex spouses benefits and another thing if you were widowed, you're entitled to widowed benefits. So even if you've never worked you can still get some social security benefits. Interesting and another thing I wanted to go over and this was just sent to me by one of my clients, Mr. sandy Pittman. Sandy. Own website Papa geek dot com. And but this is really interesting. He did a chart here. Up until two thousand five. Over fifty percent of social security recipients filed at age sixty two they got there early benefits. However that trend has been changing over the past. Oh, I guess fourteen years now. And it really changed. I guess about mid two thousand five now fourteen years later the majority of recipients are waiting until they're full retirement age forty one percent as opposed to now only thirty two percent of retirees are taking their benefits early. So, and I think a lot of this has to do with being educated just knowing how to maximize your social security benefits. And that's something we help all of our clients with. So anyway, today's show let's get back say show with it. Because we were going to talk a lot about annuity of pros and cons ins and outs. So let's just do that. You know, a rod before we move on. I just want to take some time to sincerely. Thank you personally for everything you do, you know, you're a great mentor to me and a great inspiration to me personally, and professionally I feel very privileged to be able to work for you know, that right? Well, thank you. So you've devoted your entire career to helping so many people plan out a successful retirement income that's protected from market volatility. Every day, you preach the same thing. You're so thank you for everything. You do. You're certainly an inspiration to everyone. Who knows you especially me very much? Thank you. Wait. Gee, that's that's really nice little Atta boy, you know, recently. We've been fielding a lot of questions about annuities. Maybe it's because of all the recent market volatility and investors are looking for ways to protect our principal. There's growing interest for annuities, and there is of course confusion, and that's a good point. You.

Mr. sandy Pittman Atta principal fifty percent fourteen years thirty seven percent thirty two percent forty one percent eighty percent forty percent ten years