27 Burst results for "Tolman"

"tolman" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

Happy Mum Happy Baby

03:51 min | 3 months ago

"tolman" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

"She was just first time. I experienced it when babies born. It's thick that's where they're just like keep vomiting and fluid sh- then she was going palpable and literally running out of the room. But i really couldn't move what i'm gonna do. Really down the corridor show. She's got poppel like it really scared me really scared me and came literally popped over. How the sitcom. I mean to jump out of bed literally not long after having a c. section. Like the same day to do that and that was really really hard. Yeah house after every woman had a baby anyway at the c. section. It's funny i was talking about earlier. How you know when it comes to see sections. They're not get enough credit for what they are kind of targeted as an easy is. Yeah and it's not a major surgery that someone's going through and and you say many layers there have been open stitch back together is difficult like really really hard and then you know having you. That helping house was a lesson. What was it like when they're funny. Time two hundred wanting of australians. Everyone really say you're like it all through you'd awful changing a big difference and what kind of bugs me bodies won't connoisseurs is if it's a negative or looks at us if you don't want to do or it's going to be difficult at find one poverty difficult because doing something for the doing something that you love or doing something for the person that you love comes easy because natural because not about about them so all just absolutely love their. I mean for me. Like stay occupied stay died all i literally looked there. In autumn on getting annoying. I don't mind doing nappies. i'll just love being around my baby and i loved walk. My baby brought to our laws and you know. Not when toyed stewing meaningless store for doing tron palmer now had a little baby girl who took time took all my attention not couldn't afford anything by it would just perfect having him back. Who's unbelievable for me and for the short period tolman had to do most of this still. Because you couldn't move. That was fun as well. But it's also really good that she gonna feet really quick wasn't encouraging so what were the first few weeks like home then as a family unit loads of visitors where they're more did like more dancing in the lounge visitors but that point as well again still see see what will allow you forget and and what we ought to dismiss on a on a yeah. Pregnancy covered childbirth. It first Cova or not. The news hospil covet. There wasn't a stage out so with all the family that did want around and did want to hold his eighty and did wanna be a win. Visits or not someone's door in like it did get lower act interval where of did get lowered..

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"tolman" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

02:59 min | 4 months ago

"tolman" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"No i'm gonna lay over my allegiance. Romans fees and how the resurrection meant that. I have our receiving death. Thanks tolman but i. And that's what i told god because after i told him that i didn't wanna be straight. I felt him speak to me again and say just learn to love me. I'm like austat simple. It's just it's just that in. So i knew that i had two options. It's a reject guard in this moment. Continue to live. How i wanna live our choose. Him and i felt like choosing him. That had to be the better option. Because he's got an apartment it wasn't me wanting to flee hail. It wasn't about hill really it was. I really saw. That guy was better. And that's that wasn't me. That's legitimately some holy spirit lifting the veil from is where i see the glory of god and jesus christ and i see him as worthy above all things and so i chose him by his grace. Right there in your bedroom. Yes which i. I literally adore stories like this. They've had a lot the semester on the happy hour of god revealing himself to people in ways that only he can not from anywhere from a pulpit. Not from anyone on the side of the street not from someone telling them they're gonna go to hell if they don't repent it's literally god the holy spirit drawing them to have and so i. I love that so much because we get to see. This is what god says. he's gonna do. He wasn't gonna give me at a church. Because i go. Yeah people at church. Look at me like i was a net and church people on the outside of church. I'm sure they didn't talk to me. Okay i was never witnessed and you don't have to witness the people but i was. I felt and i was in saint louis missouri which is still kind of is mid west but is southern. I'm in a place that isn't the most liberal so i wasn't fully. I didn't feel accepted in public. Except when i was around the gay community and so i was not going to step foot in a church at all. So god like i got to meet this girl in her bedroom and he did. I got i got here at the mass is there you go so we meet you in your bedroom. You have this moment of got. I going to choose you and you're gonna help me. That is the most childlike faith. Because what you're saying. Is i don't want you and i don't wanna change my life but i'm going to choose it you're better and then one. Let's say you're all happy. No because the the the hardest thing. I knew that i had to do was leave. My girlfriend gal. And i loved her. I really really really did love her. I'm sorry called. Her and i broke up with her and told her. Hey i can't be with you Because i'm trying to love. Jesus and i thought i heard i know what the people it sounds crazy. But she actually wasn't shocked..

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"tolman" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

02:40 min | 4 months ago

"tolman" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"So that was pretty sad. But then i got some money from his death. I bought like a car off ebay. I just started doing a whole bunch of dumb things. The car got towed later. This stuff but at the same time that my life was getting really ratchet convictions. Were getting louder where. I was aware of the lack of peace between me and god. I would go to sleep and since that. He wanted me since his drawing near to me. And i called my cousin. She was the only cousin that i knew that she was only christian. And i knew that will call and talk to me about life and not just And so i call order at up like a feel. Like god is calling me but i really don't want god like i'm just. I'm trying to tell him no. I'm good You know. I'm i'm i'm enjoying myself. And she was like god is gonna show you how much you need them. I don't know i didn't know what that meant. I'm like okay. whatever But in october two thousand eight is when i was just in my room doing nothing And i felt god speak to my heart and tell me that the lifestyle was specifically that the girl that i was with would be the death of being but it in in that moment when i felt like i heard god speak to my heart. It wasn't just lesbianism. It was your life it was. I saw holistically that everything i loved and did and enjoy was displeasing to god And i had. I had to make a decision so i just had a conversation with god and house i got on a wannabe straight though because the assumption is always if god is calling me himself and he's calling me to be heterosexual when that wasn't what he was necessarily calling me. Yes he was calling me to relinquish my Allegiance to my sexuality over his lordship but ultimately he was calling me to be holy and calling me they love him and calling me to serve him and in doing so even as my temptation as they arose. I would be able to flee them every time because of what jesus is not. Is you know all that in that moment. I'm mixing my current theology with whom you said you have read. The bible knew that god was holy. All these things. When i said what i knew was or what i chose to believe as god help me. Okay at that moment. The simplest way of saying i don't want to be straight and i don't want to follow you believe you'll help me absolutely. No i'm gonna lay over my allegiance. Romans fees and how the resurrection meant that. I have our receiving death. Thanks tolman.

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"tolman" Discussed on YANBAR PODCAST

YANBAR PODCAST

03:40 min | 9 months ago

"tolman" Discussed on YANBAR PODCAST

"He said on by one of them were writer songs. Either john ringing. Whoever rather or john and one of them say Have you heard of this before even in to like i think so you know so yeah understand that like i read some of the lot reading as you can see I read something else. They don't know where do songs come from. In one of the theories. I heard is that the songs that we feel that our original ashley are like maybe tolman nation or a hodge podge of everything that we ever heard in from that we kinda form original things or pieces that we call originally got any thoughts on that. Well you know. I would say you're right. There's billions of songs out there. So i mean somewhere along the line. You're going to have that mistake of doing a copyright infringement now unfortunately well hopefully for the artist or band that made it or created so they fight if it's way back in the day i think there's a certain clause where it says if it was so long go then can't get you know i've read up on the laws of something like that. But for instance we get a blue someone time and we put it up on youtube and somebody came back and said hey that's copyright infringement certain piece of the notes that you're using the beginning and i sent it back and i said i'll see you with a lawyer because that rift that's particular blues. Riff has been used throughout the blues century of music so they couldn't get us work because every blues singer used it exacts so it wasn't a copy for you just have to really be careful. I mean it's like will you. Dang dang view said there are so many songs notice for fatou..

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How to Liberate From Diet Culture With Virgie Tovar

Tamarindo

05:41 min | 10 months ago

How to Liberate From Diet Culture With Virgie Tovar

"Yes i would have. Maybe you could start with sharon with our listeners. How do you describe what you do in this world in in your mission and how you help us you know. Seek liberation in a way. Yeah i mean. I think of my work as primarily focused on ending fat phobia and for people who maybe don't know that word. It's form of discrimination. That says that fat people are inferior intellectually physically healthwise you know and in every kind of category and there's a long history of where that comes from that attitude comes from the things that you name checked are very central to that history. I think of myself as kind of like a creative someone who just really loves to be able to share that message in whatever medium bills right like if it's writing if it's video if it's photographs. It's if it's like you know my like on the go performance. Art of eating doughnuts in public. And i think i think the other thing. That really is very intuitive to me. But i've noticed other people have commented on this is like i think of the revolution and justice in the world that we're working towards as fun and beautiful and i think i bring that ethos into my work right and i think there's like different like activism politics. Justice work has different tones. I think all of them are really important right. You've got like the tone of sobriety. Got the tone of urgency. You've got all these different beautiful spectrum of human towns and and the tolman ignoring is like really unadulterated joy an effervescence. And i gotta think of it as like you know. I'm like we do justice. The world adjust world. The go world with more justice is a woman as joyful and so like. I love being able to almost like forecast that vibe like i'm like i'm like i'm channeling that vibe of that world that i think that we can we can create together. You know i love that so much and that's something that we try to sort of bring into tomorrow as well as we can bring in joy the work of justice social justice and revolution an essential right. Yeah there's this myth that you can kind of control your body indefinitely right and that is about colonialism and when people of color next colonialism on their own bodies they get rewarded not just from society but but from that internalized sense that were subjugated that internal sense of subjugation gives us that emotional thumbs up right. And so there's this amazing scholar named judith butler. And i'm like many people have heard of her but she kind of talks about like she talks about getting that nod from society and like how that that's so important to the spirit. Even if you know society is trash or even if you know the rules are garbage and you know the game is rigged like society is still really important to all of us because it's like it's like an extension of family and so when you're getting that nod out like that pat on the back like oh you know you're doing your role the right way. And that's what that nod is about and like when people of color enact that colonial act on ourselves we get that nod from society right. Oh my god. I feel like my brain just like exploded right now. It's totally. i loved thinking of society is an extension of family. That's so real. i mean. Use the metaphor of sorry. I don't mean to like railroad. The whole conversation but i often am like sake of society rather than thinking of something. That's outside of you. That you're like icu. Europe garbage. i'm interested like think of it. More as like recognizing that you have a toxic family does because you know you have a toxic family. Does it mean that you stop caring about what they think of you. It doesn't mean you stop like having a connection to them. It's just a recognition of a layer. You know a that's such an excellent metaphor and it's like how can i redefine my relationship in. how can i create my boundaries with this family ice. Yes can you. Can you speak about how you define diet culture and what it represents. Yeah i mean like dia. Culture is kind of a formal definition. That i use them. I think it's useful to kind of walk. It back and and talk about the characteristics of a diet. Culture is just kind of like the ubiquitous reality that we cannot escape messaging that says that losing weight and being thin at pretty much. Any cost is a really positive thing. Obviously it's characterized by a multibillion dollar industry like a diet industry but it's also represented in. I think the inescapable nature of it is what makes it a culture because i mean what literally if you kind of tune in. You can't even go a day without seeing or hearing messaging that shames bigger bodies and applauds weight loss and thin bodies. I mean it's even like the like literally. I love bubbly water and like lacroix like probably the most popular bubbly water in the country at this point in has the word innocent written on every single can like this idea. It's like zero calories zero sweeteners innocent

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"tolman" Discussed on In the Classroom

In the Classroom

05:11 min | 11 months ago

"tolman" Discussed on In the Classroom

"That note that each point each piece of evidence has warrant and when writing your paper some warrants and be explicit while others can be implicit if it's explicit. You're going to be including it in your paper. Implicit means that you would leave it out. So it's not necessary to always include warrants. But you always need some warrant whether implicit or explicit to link the evidence to the claim now based on my experience many learners struggle with the warrant this is usually the most challenging part of developing the tolman method is to make sure that the warrant is clear and i would rather have learners err on the side of writing a very obvious warrant than maybe not mentioning when you should and this is something that we're gonna work on throughout the development of your literature review especially how to properly articulate the warrant within your body paragraphs all right so. Let's move on now to the backing. I think is a backing. The backing for me is of of all of the different elements of the tolman method. The one that you probably in most cases will not need. The backing would be required. You can think of the backing as a foundation. It's there to provide more information about the warrant think of it as adding additional logic or additional reasoning that supports the the want right so again this will be. We'll look at your papers will deal with the backing on ace by case basis But again this is for those cases where maybe stating the warrant alone would need further reasoning further information right to make that point clear all right now. The last two the counterclaim rebuttal. These are two very important aspects of building an argument. Think of the counterclaim. Remember i mentioned before that By definition claim is something that is debatable. That is there are two sides to any good claim any sound claim so counterclaim is going to be the opposite. It's going to be the The opposing viewpoint of the initial claim. So when you're developing your paper whether you develop a counterclaim or include that within the same paragraph of the initial claim or you decide to present the counterclaim in subsequent paragraph. you need to think about how need to develop counterclaims that support your initial claims right so introduce counterclaims either within the paragraph that contains the initial argument or claim and or in the subsequent body paragraph that comes after the body paragraph with all initial claims.

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A Love Letter to Short Men

Does This Happen to You

05:21 min | 1 year ago

A Love Letter to Short Men

"DOT COM and at her website Carlin Betcha. Dot Com and here is a love letter to short men. Your height is not an issue unless you make it one. It's one of the most common openers I see on dating apps a man's height. It's usually the first thing men list and sometimes height is the only thing listed. Yep just height nothing else as if those two numbers measured in feet and inches contain multitudes. I understand why it happens. We are a society obsessed with looks we treat beauty and both genders as a currency attractive people make more money are viewed as more agreeable and somehow more valuable. This is part of the halo effect, a psychology term where we assign one single trait beauty to other characteristics kindness. Personally I have never seen a woman who cares about height in fact, I find short men hot, not all of them but many. Let. Me Tell you a not hot short man's story. I recently wanted to date with a five foot five inch guy within fifteen minutes of our meeting. He ass is my height a problem. It was not until he mentioned it. I had not even looked at the height he listed on his profile. I then spent the next twenty minutes assuaging his fragile ego and explaining why many women like short men it was exhausting at one point I think he read the weariness in my slumped shoulders and tried to self correct. I'm only asking because you're right about love and sex. Sure if you went on a date with a dermatologist, would you ask her to examine the fungus between your toes? I didn't say that, but I wanted to my sarcasm is a feral beast. Then, there are the many many short guys who lie about their height. You know who you are. I once went on a date with a guy claiming to be five foot eight inches. He was five foot four inches. That's a four inch lie. If we're keeping track I wore three inch heels for that date that put me at five feet eight inches. Greeted him with a hug. This was pre pandemic days his head landed on my chest. Awkward. For most women height is not a deal breaker but lying is So. Here it is short men the painful truth your height is not the Lady Boehner killer. You think it is it your lack of confidence that makes women's ovaries shrivel up and never want to go on another date again, I have dated a lot of sexy short men and they all had one thing in common nothing to prove when Tom Cruise five foot seven inches was sexiest man alive multiple times. Did anyone add a footnote sexy for a short Guy Hell? No. When Bruno Mars five, foot five inches shakes what his momma gave him are women getting out there measuring. Sticks Adriano. then. There's Napoleon. Napoleon. Never had complex about his height nor was he even really that short you can feel his confidence oozing out of the impatient love letters. He wrote to Josephine one read a kiss on your heart and one much lower down much lower. Nowhere in that letter, will you find a postscript saying unless my height makes you not in the mood? Yet Napoleon somehow got his name attached to the height inferiority complex known as the Napoleon. Complex. The Napoleon Complex states that short men tend to be more aggressive lie more and try to compensate for their short stature by being exceptionally cruel. But researchers found the opposite to be true. One study from Nyu phone short men are thirty two percent less likely to divorce than tolman. The study also found women married to short men reported greater happiness and short men did more housework than tolman. Yes. There is a correlation between happiness and a freshly floor. Clearly short men are doing something, right? I pulled over twenty of my most dateable girlfriends for this article I asked the same question. Are you attracted to short men most had similar answer? It depends on the guy that's a nice way of saying that is not the package. It's the meat inside. So

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In MegaMerger, Teladoc Buys Diabetes Coaching Company for $18 Billion

Business Wars Daily

04:01 min | 1 year ago

In MegaMerger, Teladoc Buys Diabetes Coaching Company for $18 Billion

"Yesterday we told you about one industry that appears to be forever changed by the pandemic, the oil and gas business. Well, here's another healthcare. These days make a doctor's appointment and it says likely to occur on your screen as in an office maybe even more likely virtual appointments were on the rise before covid nineteen but the pandemic put this trend on steroids telehealth use tripled as the virus spread around the globe according to a healthcare research firm called. Robo Global. Half of adults age twenty five and older have virtually visited a healthcare provider over the last few painful months. The firm says music to the ears of anyone who runs a telehealth company more than half of those patients were brand new to telemedicine can handle one more statistic well, nine out of ten of those patients told Robo. that. They'd be happy to see Dr Virtual again most likely that include you. So why am I telling you all this or because at least two companies are making big hey from this socially distanced phenomenon last week telemedicine leader Tele Doc announced it's buying Digital Health, coaching? Company. Forget this eighteen and a half billion dollars. It's rare to see those kinds of numbers. Even in Silicon Valley acquisitions, although there are many privately owned telemedicine companies, Tele Doc which was founded in two thousand and two is the only publicly traded one because of the pandemic business is booming in early March, the company was conducting about ten thousand remote medical appointments a day just a month. Later, that number had doubled. The company told The Wall Street Journal. Tele Doc is purchasing a company called the von. Go using Technology Levin go remotely monitors and coaches patients with chronic illnesses. CEO Glenn Tolman founded the company after his young son was diagnosed with type one diabetes. The Condition Levin go is best known for the publicly traded company later expanded to help care for people suffering from chronic problems like high blood, pressure, anxiety, and depression. According to CNBC Tele Doc had long planned to add services for remotely managing chronic conditions and La. bongos leaders had been thinking about moving into telehealth. The two companies quote were either on a path of convergence or collision Tele Doc CEO Jason Gora Vic told. CNBC. Industry publication healthcare dive calls the do the country's first digital health megamerger and by far the largest consider this Google is working on an acquisition a fitbit for what now looks like a meager two billion dollars the trade publication points out. The TALLADEGA deal is set to close by the end of the year proved it'll create an entity worth thirty, seven, billion dollars expected revenues in its first year with top a billion dollars or almost double the two companies sales this year sound promising well, not so fast Wall Street dinged both company's stock prices saying the price was inflated and that telehealth might be an covert bubble. which wants the pandemic finally, Wayne's could pop furthermore there are plenty of challenges on both sides. Tell dot faces a host of telemedicine rivals such as privately held doctor on demand but perhaps the bigger issue is that the eye-popping size of the deal could create copycats other big healthcare companies both virtual and traditional have probably already started shopping for their own remote chronic care management acquisitions. The stock price of Levine go rival Barrio health, which also manages chronic illnesses spiked almost thirty percent following the news. But let's get real. What could all this mean for most of us? One Stop Virtual healthcare management that's at least part of the answer, your blood pressure spikes you'll see it on your digital sensor and maybe through that same device, your virtual doctor will be contacted automatically if it gets bad enough, it's a future that could be more convenient, less personal, not very private and very lucrative for digital health entrepreneurs. Watch this space.

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Federal judge not rubber-stamping DOJ dropping of Flynn charges

Rush Limbaugh

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Federal judge not rubber-stamping DOJ dropping of Flynn charges

"John Solomon seventy two years old delaying his decision on whether to drop charges against he's got no choice look what a judge doesn't drop the charges what happens the DOJ has to try the case if they're not going to try the case the judge can't do anything the judge cannot bring charges himself an act as the prosecution that's the D. O. J. they have announced they're not going to proceed here that's what this is all about they're trying to find a way to go on with this thing so they can get to the end of what would Flynn guilty and that's what this friend of the court brief ultimate objectives are or it is so anyway the question on to Brett Tolman he's not allowing outside groups to weigh in with this friend of the court brief what's your take on the judge's rule I thought I'd seen everything that in twenty plus years in the federal criminal justice system but this is a first this

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"tolman" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

BiggerPockets Business Podcast

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"tolman" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

"You on your own personal finances to grow, and that was a really awesome deal that we made, so we'll work with him as a morbid advisory. You know kind of kind of point, but nick at this point are kind of like. We're wanting to move on to what will I part. Part! We have some big projects working with the media to continue to improve it adding in some DJ's florals Sundell's up south. That's kind of a big piece that we're working on here and so we're. We're trying to build out so that you know Toma. Media areas can just have more and more revenue, but we're moving on to some other stuff. Have a youtube channel. He just started together about. Some of this stuff you know it's called the Hobo Entrepreneur. Ever want that her you know and so of. Jokes and others their jokes. We want to keep helping people right, and so so we're. We're actually we're in the midst of Beta testing some different services that we could turn into a similar licensing thing because we're all about helping entrepreneurs changed. Our lives make more money. If we're not providing value for them than we don't want to do it, you know, and so we're. We're testing out different things that other entrepreneurs could then license and go make a lot of money within the future. Because that's what we love to see, so that's that's kind of where we're at right now. We're Beta testing. These different is different services. What can fit the model? What can use a similar thing? What can we just run with to get? People making money. That's fantastic, awesome guys. This has been absolutely fantastic and really enlightening because I'll be honest. We think about franchising a lot. When we talk about growing our business, we think about the adding more corporate owned stores, but very rarely do businesses think about licensing their brand licensing their technology and you guys really figured out how to do that, not just successfully, but very quickly as well so absolutely Kudos to you guys. That's awesome. Great. We're game to that point in the show where we want to do the final segment that we call the four more where we ask our guest for questions Saint Poor questions to all our guests, and then give you an opportunity to tell us a little bit more about where our listeners can connect with. You sound good. Let's do it. Fantastic I wouldn't let both you guys take all four questions so question number one. What was your first or your worst job ever? And what did you take from it your? Every time. I worked at China Walk. Was a server I don't really know because it could understand. Have what was said, but. I was a server and I got thrown out on a few times and I I would say it was my. Gem I. Watch for the restaurant when. Your servers are getting throat up on..

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"tolman" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

BiggerPockets Business Podcast

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"tolman" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

"A franchise and the problem was that people came in with the expectation that they would just come in and hire a couple people in the business would run itself, and they wouldn't have to market they wouldn't have to. Here, and and it really boils down to setting expectations. I I love that totally for important in I'd love to dig a little bit more into the part of finding your partners right. It sounds like so critical of course to continue growing your brand to maintain all these systems in processes working the way you design them in outline them to work in for them, using your software and everything. You really have to have that right partner the right type of entrepreneur. How are you guys going about making sure that you've got the right people when you sign someone on? How can you tell what's our secret man? Are we gonNA tell them sacred I'll talk about the find. They can talk about the secret. Sassy wants to, but so. For the finding when we started, we were running ads and we like saying you know business for sale in classifieds We had some facebook ads to a landing page. We try to Tana stuff. Franchise website franchise website stunts ends of the. Didn't work and we try. We spent a lot of money getting tons of leads. We had a salesman at one point who was? A New York guy would just franchise sales was a staying, but at the end of the day I'm saying we have become the first way where everybody was super nervous and they were like. This like this bill so sketchy because it's not a franchise and I don't know if I really want to do this and then sixty days later. They're like get. Like literally all those people who were super sketched out started making a ton of money, and suddenly they were like a brother I have goal. He has the real secret. Sauce is the success. And they would say like you know. My mom really wants of business until I. Let Knicks on the phone, their mom and within. A week she's bonded territory, and as funding as they used to have to talk to me and do this big length zoom called out the systems, and the moment that it was a referral, and all of like the referral would do all that for us..

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"tolman" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

BiggerPockets Business Podcast

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"tolman" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

"I'm just waiting on my lawyer to bus it up for me not very hard like build you know the licensing paperwork in the end the framework for the the model whereas you know franchising, you might wait a year and you have to have benchmarks, and you have all the regulations, and that's another like the compliance aspect. Well, who are we complying with? Well, we've. We've we've kind of invented this system? And it's all legal and everything, and we don't have to worry about compliance at all with the government or or any entity, or we allow a lot of flexibility freedom for partners, which is fantastic as well and then the looser financial structure. Right again we get very creative with our deals. Most are deals are structured the same but I always I always go to the partners I say hey, you know what's important to you. You want to go in with less money you want. Want you know smaller, you know area. Payback's, so we call them. You know what's important to you. And they really just we open up and I it doesn't feel like an appreciation like they're telling me. What's the most important thing to them? And then we structure deal around that, so we have all the flexibility. It's not just a hard line in the sand. That eight can you do it, or can you not do it life this is it. You know what I mean so all the flexibility in the world. Yes Oh ended, and and just kind of with that really the licensing piece wet so great you know as well for us is because we know our system's GonNa work, you know, and so and so our goal like we, we actually be their percentage of they're paying back on. Those areas is scalable. If we work super hard to make them a lot of money, and so as long, we know how to run the business. We know how to do all that and so if you have a set monthly payment, that's it you sell out the nation and that's all you're going to get, but for us like we can work. Work as hard as we can to make them. We're going to have to make like eight hundred grand gross before they ever even pay back off fifty thousand dollar payback, and so we are working really hard to make them money, but it also allows us to scale instead of just being locked monthly payment one thing that we usually tell our partners our potential partners. You know at the end of the day when we're talking to them, we get this gut..

"tolman" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

BiggerPockets Business Podcast

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"tolman" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

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"tolman" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

BiggerPockets Business Podcast

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"tolman" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

"Welcome to the bigger pockets business podcast show number fifty four. It's like if you just toil long enough and figure out how to make the sale where to run the ads what to say what to not say, you make that first sale you have the validation, and then you can actually replicate whatever work first time. Welcome to a real world MBA from the school of hard knocks. Were entrepreneurs reveal what it really takes to make it whether you're already in business, or you're on your way there? This show is for you. This is bigger pockets business. How's it going? Everybody I'm Jay got on your co host for the bigger pockets, business podcast, and across the screen for me as my lovely wife and Co host Mrs Carl Scott. How's Carol Hey. They're doing I. think remarkably well considering the circumstances right evolving in lockdown for lots of weeks now are anxious to get things a little back on track, but of course wanting to be cautious about it and I think it's interesting that. That my business like a lot of other people's businesses is naturally going to change and evolve a whole heck of a lot based on what's happened over these past several weeks, and interestingly I've been I've halted a lot of our operations, but I've used this time to do as much as I possibly can learn from a lot of our guests along the way, ps, so thank you for all the ideas and tips and expertise but. A head and working on some things to move our business forward after this is all over and I think that's one of the reasons I'm really really excited for the guests we have today because a lot of what they've done with. Their business model is the same thing that I've been working on for our business, so it's good stuff. Yeah, yeah, we do. We have a great show today. We have two guys. We have Brennan Tolman and Nick Krone and we actually. Then them this interview that you're about to listen to was from pre pandemic another one that we shot just before the pandemic started, and we held onto because we've had a lot of more topical and timely issues to broadcast the last few weeks, but this was a great episode. Brennan and Nick started a basically just a wedding photography business back in I think it was like two thousand thirteen, and they grew that business. Brennan grew his his wedding photography business pretty quickly and pretty well, but. But they weren't happy with just growing their business and getting more wedding photography business. They wanted to do something different. They wanted to to scale even more so ultimately that business evolved into essentially an online wedding photography marketplace where they helped other wedding. Photographers get business and scale their businesses as well, but then even that wasn't enough for them..

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Winston sets record, No. 15 Spartans top Wisconsin 67-55

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Winston sets record, No. 15 Spartans top Wisconsin 67-55

"Number fifteen Michigan state picks up their eighth straight over Wisconsin in a convincing sixty seven fifty five when I'm issue senior guard Cassius Winston with his forces holds the big ten and Spartan school record with eight hundred and seventeen the first is just that if that is a far outnumber the understand India you kind of creep toward the creek toward the creature you to kind of hit you like a I got a chance to do that the badgers trailed by fifteen at half I wish you scored the first four points of the second half Wisconsin with a thirteen or run to cut the lead down to six and then it was all Spartans as they go on a twenty four to six run to put the game away spends with four double figures led by Xavier Tolman with fifteen he also grabbed eleven rebounds Wisconsin state rivers led all scorers with nineteen Marty Martin is Lansing Michigan

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MLB to investigate comments made by Houston Astros assistant general manager

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

05:58 min | 2 years ago

MLB to investigate comments made by Houston Astros assistant general manager

"Major League baseball is looking into claims about Astros Assistant General Manager Brandon Tomen Major League Baseball Center will interview relevant parties regarding allegations published Monday that's all straight article the SL reports had tall been the astros assistant GM repeatedly yelled toward a group of female reporters during the team's American League pennant celebrate in his remarks reportedly reference Houston closer Roberto Suna who suspended for seventy five games in two thousand eighteen for violating the league's domestic violence policy before joining the Astros in trade from Toronto according to the report in sports illustrated what Tom and yelled over and over again was essentially that he was glad the Astros added a suna an act for which they were criticized heavily last year on Monday night the Astros put out a statement according to the article as quote unquote misleading and quote unquote completely irresponsible but on Tuesday the Astra seemed attempt to walk that back you're putting out statements by twelve men and owner Jim Crane would seem to acknowledge the incident that took place and Thomas Statement indicated quote unquote he apologize to anyone and he may have offended privately major league baseball's were furious about that statement that came out Stephanie Epstein who's The reporter wrote the story for sports illustrated talked about witnessing what tolman had done it was startling I mean none of us were talking to this person none of us we're talking about this person get I we were kind of surprised why why is this guy yelling at us and then once we started listening to what he was saying and seeing kind of the look on his face we realized Oh this is this is an unusual this is an unusual moment a little bit scary I would say and certainly unsettling that interview was on aside the lines Stephanie continued to talk about when this happened and at that point a lot of the players had gone and we're beginning to shower get dressed get ready to to go home with their families some of them were celebrating on the field so there were still players in the clubhouse certainly but it was not the same kind of raucous celebration usually see and generally also it's mostly or entirely players there you don't see that many front office officials is generally left to the players to celebrate so he was in a group Brennan was in a group of people a group of other front office officials I imagine I didn't know all of them and they were sort of chatting casually among themselves until until I guess he spotted US and decided to speak out she talked about the Astros Statement which so infuriated Major League baseball it starts out by confirming my reporting just it says that actually I misunderstood the context well there was no as the Houston Chronicle has has mentioned there was no interview taking place as soon as farther away from you album than we were so that seems like a stretch and he turned to face us that's been it was the other direction so that doesn't make a lot of sense and then it also seems like sort of a miscalculation I guess when and it's a room full of reporters I think it's likely that people are going to speak truthfully about what they witnessed so I'm not I'm not really sure what the plan was surrounding that's Ah I will say that I did not fabricate it in the summer of two thousand eighteen one a sooner became available after serving his suspension every team in baseball passed on him other than the Astros and Stephanie gave context of that decision honestly this is an attitude that I see across a lot of baseball on Sports in general is that when these teams acquire players with reprehensible pass they say listen the bargain is that we're going to get this guy for fifty cents on the dollar but we will pay a price and public outcry and this was the start of a conversation we are prepared to keep having this conversation but they don't actually want to have that conversation they want to get their guy what they paid for them and then they want to sort of move on and have us all focus on the fact that they are very good at winning baseball games and I don't think they get to decide that before game one of the World Series Aj hinch talked about the incident in the clubhouse it's unfortunate it's uncalled for it for me as a leader in this organization down here in the clubhouse on the field take everything that happens in the clubhouse to heart you know no one I don't I don't it doesn't matter if it's a player coach manager any of you members of the media should ever feel like when you come into our clubhouse that you're gonna be uncomfortable or disrespected I think we all need to be better across the award in the industry I understand why it's a question today and I you know I appreciate it but I was disappointed. Aj hinch was asked about how the Astros Organization that handles people. I don't think it's my job to evaluate that I mean I understand the question I appreciate it but the last twenty four hours I've been pretty locked in on the What's and I think answering that question at this moment is probably not fair to me enough fair to the organization I tell you this that majorly Paul would've looked into the todman incident either way but I do think that the statement the Astros put out on Monday night double down not only the whole situation them but I think for Major League Baseball which was absolutely livid over how the Astros seem to target the credibility of the report. are mentioning that report was misleading mentioning that the report was completely irresponsible and it definitely when you see on Tuesday how the Astros tried to walk back the comment until the organization comes forward and acknowledges that their statement was mislead being in completely irresponsible the Front Office of the Astros will have no credibility in this issue and whenever discipline comes down and I do think sums coming down I think more of it's going to be about the statement that the team put out under organization letterhead

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"tolman" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"tolman" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Surf curing America the U. cases in to join the US led effort to protect the straight came after Ron sees the cargo ship in Boris Johnson was chosen as prime minister after meeting with secretary of state Mike Pompeii O. U. K. foreign minister Dominique rob said in the context of the maritime the issue is sensitive imperative to uphold freedom of navigation in the strike almost but also more generally rob added the U. K. has no intention of following in the footsteps of the U. S. by pulling out of the twenty fifteen Iran nuclear deal in Washington Rachel Sutherland fox it in the Pacific the U. S. navy helped save a Chinese sailor a US navy helicopter from Guam rescue to sailor following a distress call aboard a Chinese flag commercial vessel in the Pacific after wasting the sailor mid rocky sees the navy performed a critical in flight blood transfusion openly saving the patient's life according to the navy the Chinese mariner was transported to a hospital in Guam the US navy's performed over a dozen rescue missions from Andersen Air Force base in one this year at the Pentagon Lucas Tomlinson fox news a state trooper is in stable condition in West Virginia wounded in a gun fight after a car crash Monday police are the trooper chase the driver in the woods and during the search William Biggs shot trooper J. M. Tolman who fired back killing Biggs on Wall Street stocks could rise this morning futures are higher so our markets overseas today after wild swings the Dow ended up down twenty two points following a big recovery.

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"tolman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"tolman" Discussed on KOMO

"So all the way down to Portland you don't seismologists Harel Tolman says a southern California quake indeed a wake up call this is you know a a reminder to us that our region also can experience earthquakes of this size and people should be prepared you know have their emergency kit ready have their families plan for an emergency kind of talk through seismologists say that if you ever feel the ground shaking you need to just stop drop and hold don't try running away as you than face the risk of falling objects emergency survival kits have been flying off the store shelves in southern California now that they've had the two quakes in as many days here in western Washington and statewide Washington emergency managers urging everybody to think about that two weeks supply of food water and medicine and other essentials keep them on hand and you know just in case we ever get to a damaging earthquake nothing is predicted for us right now by the way just prepare and think about it because it could take that long to get aid to your neighborhood calm always more details now to a deadly officer involved shooting at a fireworks celebration in polls bowl comes telling the toss of a full of tears and in shock the worst day of my life is tell my children their dad these family of stone child just only cheese stick is memorializing the place their father son and brother was shot and killed by a possible police officer they don't understand why the confrontation escalated to him losing his life before the shooting at the possible fireworks celebration police say they got several complaints throughout the day about the thirty nine year old acting strange it was reported he had been.

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A Not-So-Thrilling Ride For U.S.-Made Roller Coasters

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:35 min | 2 years ago

A Not-So-Thrilling Ride For U.S.-Made Roller Coasters

"China is growing its population. It's Connie, we've heard this before, what you might not know, is that within the next few years, China is predicted to become the largest theme park market on earth ride manufacturers in the US are set to play a big role in that growth. But the US China trade war means tariffs on everything from soybeans two parts for amusement, rides and some American companies are feeling squeezed. K ers were Becca Ellis reports pretend you're bullet hanging out in the barrel of a gun, the triggers pulled. And then you're hurled into the air at turbo speed. Zero to eighty miles in two seconds that's being on a rollercoaster made by s worldwide is like these organ jumbling rides have turned the northern Utah company into one of the largest amusement ride manufacturers in the country. Earlier in may Preston perks and executive director s was overseeing roller coasters bound for Bari, New Jersey, Pittsburgh, Chicago, and China in the center of the factory to massive white steel police part of a sixteen million dollar ride going up in eastern. China's newest military themed amusement park sons. You cultural park soon a truck will cut off these police to Los Angeles. Across the Pacific in an ocean container and arrive at the Xingdao port southeast of Beijing. That's when the customer will have to pay tariff of a little over twenty five percent. Her says there's going to be some sticker shock liver. Would they have thought that they'd have to pay such a high duty and tax just like sweepings cars lithium batteries and thousands of other goods roller coasters have gotten caught up in the escalating trade war between the US and China since last fall? Beijing has hiked up the tariff on American-made amusement rights twice potentially, costing customers in China more than a million dollars in extra fees. It's enough perk, says for some buyer's remorse to creep in there when our customers are having to pay more money because of added tariff, they're gonna look other places. And that's what they've done this year, only one Chinese customer has reached out to purchase a ride in past years. Prick says about half of their business came from China. John Gerner, managing director. Of leisure business advisers in China. He says American companies are known as the go to guys for high tech rides pricey, but worth it. And so they've been able to compete on the value of, of innovation quality of intellectual property characters and brands if the new tariffs stained place, Kerner, warns American rights could lose their appeal as Chinese companies are encouraged by Chinese, Dave Tolman is a right, packager at the company, one of its hundred or so, please, he says, it's not just the Chinese duties that have made the trade war such a bumpy ride for us NS with tears zone stealing aluminum affect us in this business a real big amount. That's two of the main things that we use since last March. When the Trump administration announced tariffs on all steel and aluminum imports the price of the metal parties by s has risen by as much as seventy percent. Perk, says they had to rethink parts of their supply chain, seeking out, cheaper steel for the ties at old roller coaster tracks together and for the walk. Quays for ride means we have to change our country of origin. We have to build things and other countries to avoid the tariffs since the mental tariffs were imposed last year. He says that work is now done closer to much of their customer base in China for NPR news. I'm Rebecca Ellis in Salt Lake City.

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"tolman" Discussed on For Your Reference

For Your Reference

09:06 min | 2 years ago

"tolman" Discussed on For Your Reference

"To. I do some wildly love. I do. Love me, some Tolman. Yeah. I just I really didn't care for John slows character. He was like he was competent. Let's say that. Well, the thing with Jon snow is they're enor- his the main character latkes one of them in John's, no nothing, and he's not going to be killed off before even know who the parents are likely the remains of feeling too big deal about who the models and who was happening there. And it was like now made his dead. Now of is coming to come back. Well, the hell someone else come back to live, of course, is not gonna to left dead. It was just obvious his dead. Fines people kept saying that game of Thoenes just killed characters left. A Ryan I really didn't feel like that was the case. Like, I knew that Jong slur was never gonna die, sir. She wasn't going to die. You knew people that will be and probably billing would've died the story. Yeah. You new characters old. Actually, I agree with you the second. I'm watching. I'd be like. Yeah. You come a saw even if it made sense for them to die. They wouldn't die because they're more important than the story because I spotted his for example, people die people died in that shirt. That's a really happening game with her on anything. Which was kind of all predictable. I wouldn't say that characters die here. Too often now grow with. So before we close off on how stock about theon, great joy. And because we are trying to capture as much people as possible within this podcast sort of timeframe. I don't wanna spend too much time. But I definitely want to talk about theon evolution as a character. And rake house, he has evolved. Well, he's his basic stance. From introduced his his douche at the start. And the end of his come to see that. He was a douche. And now he's drawn to confess or apologize for whatever. I did it betraying rob and trying to kill Brandon Riggan. And the fact that I think all that just happened because he got captured and tortured by Ramsey. If that happened he would still be the dish that he was. And he was still probably I really think it was a dish that he was a kid that was taken away from his family since raised. It was raised as stocks all the love in the world. But if you developmentally at a very formative age wasn't given the right amount of love that will turn you into problematic, Laura person. So even even up to that point when he had his journey, and he betrayed to stocks and torture by Ramsey, and he ended up saving Sansa, actually forgave him. The part where things came on is when he fucking jumped off the boat and left his system those unforgivable with the angle that was unforgivable. Well, nothing doing that. Everything is being through. It was understandable, try and run on hand. So that's understandable. But every time the hound got scared of fire. You kept saying grow up. Just because he'd try to find a way to deal with it. You know, how about failed men? Not only been exposed to this for a few come on. Now off you years with yourself. How does live with this for his entire life? He hot bird as a child by his Brown. Eko bird as a child by his brother, sorta ability any anytime, you want to go to a bottle, your liability is just a lot of fire and you care kill the hound. Hang on. I'm getting my death marinara again. What he what are you doing the next now? I guess I'll be dial. I guess you. Let's talk about status house Baratheon any wanna talk about Roe bit who king rob married to Sissy at the start of the series about rubble was a solid character. He was really good friends of Ed stock, and that's how I come across the stocks because he goes to meet them. I think Robert was a great king. I think hey stretch he didn't even remember him since two minutes ago. So we'll fight that you are. I thought him and having their adventures was quite a tale to tell because they are doing preschools, I would be interested. If I had to in watching that you're what I think would be a great invention. If I could just I would even pay for the service of if either like a sitting character, you can remove them from the series, and then I can just watch all the characters that I want to watch this series. If that's the case, then I'm all for it. Some event that and send us a amount. Hello it. If I our podcast because I would love to be involved in that. But yet came Robert was great. He didn't really Dolj Joffrey. If you noticed they really exact. Exactly. Here you didn't indulge him. So if you're talking about the nature nurture, certainly was the problem in that equation aside from the of incest, but it was the problem in that situation. So Robert, I thought was pretty solid. He also had a kid was soci-. And I think it was alluded. That certainly did something to make sure she lost that child. She killed the kid. Exactly. So how do you think Robert will be feeling? Those are very good serving same between king Robert and Suzy right before he died, and they could literally say there was learn love between these two right and convenience Robert made some comment about I don't even know how. The people come together and uncertainty with a referral smile said. It was our marriage and that was perfect because they completely understood each other in that moment. So I think you need to give more credit where credit is drew in regards to rubber Sylla's talk about status Barath you fucking coward. His his his. To kill his younger, brother what focus that his his his not special. He's relying on the Landreau for pretty much everything. He doesn't know how to lead. He come decision for himself. It's relying on devas or his dramas. Andrea. Oh, all gonna do what I'm going to say, oh, how will win this bottle even when said was saying to status to leave her behind, and he he he took that council. But then when they lost hip Blane's, exactly cop. To that his this shit Carter through throughout areas. Much of him. Our to see Brienne Sherie died, and he was there. And in the one supposed to love Shull in more than the mom. The mom was always like a dick lean. But when it came down to it, the mom to save Charlene from being bond to the state every I was really side. And you know, a really caught me as well knowing that they plan that toy, sir. Devils to like away, and knowing that he would find out because I knew there was no way he wasn't going to find out about this that really really break, my heart. That's big. Just just one more second the saving grace of status breath yet when he was doing this questionable. Things was a history of his daughter. Clearly, not enough. Well, what turns to sacrifice? That's when it all came down for me. And I'm like you can buy. Reynolds, if we're running out of time. If we're running out of time, Leslie. Yeah. But he did introduce by way of him being he introduced brand of tough to us. It is in that much. I talk loved remedy so much because there. Oh, yes, younger and before we run out of time. So brianna of tough. Brand. Mutt? Wow.

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"tolman" Discussed on For your reference

For your reference

09:06 min | 2 years ago

"tolman" Discussed on For your reference

"To. I do some wildly love. I do. Love me, some Tolman. Yeah. I just I really didn't care for John slows character. He was like he was competent. Let's say that. Well, the thing with Jon snow is they're enor- his the main character latkes one of them in John's, no nothing, and he's not going to be killed off before even know who the parents are likely the remains of feeling too big deal about who the models and who was happening there. And it was like now made his dead. Now of is coming to come back. Well, the hell someone else come back to live, of course, is not gonna to left dead. It was just obvious his dead. Fines people kept saying that game of Thoenes just killed characters left. A Ryan I really didn't feel like that was the case. Like, I knew that Jong slur was never gonna die, sir. She wasn't going to die. You knew people that will be and probably billing would've died the story. Yeah. You new characters old. Actually, I agree with you the second. I'm watching. I'd be like. Yeah. You come a saw even if it made sense for them to die. They wouldn't die because they're more important than the story because I spotted his for example, people die people died in that shirt. That's a really happening game with her on anything. Which was kind of all predictable. I wouldn't say that characters die here. Too often now grow with. So before we close off on how stock about theon, great joy. And because we are trying to capture as much people as possible within this podcast sort of timeframe. I don't wanna spend too much time. But I definitely want to talk about theon evolution as a character. And rake house, he has evolved. Well, he's his basic stance. From introduced his his douche at the start. And the end of his come to see that. He was a douche. And now he's drawn to confess or apologize for whatever. I did it betraying rob and trying to kill Brandon Riggan. And the fact that I think all that just happened because he got captured and tortured by Ramsey. If that happened he would still be the dish that he was. And he was still probably I really think it was a dish that he was a kid that was taken away from his family since raised. It was raised as stocks all the love in the world. But if you developmentally at a very formative age wasn't given the right amount of love that will turn you into problematic, Laura person. So even even up to that point when he had his journey, and he betrayed to stocks and torture by Ramsey, and he ended up saving Sansa, actually forgave him. The part where things came on is when he fucking jumped off the boat and left his system those unforgivable with the angle that was unforgivable. Well, nothing doing that. Everything is being through. It was understandable, try and run on hand. So that's understandable. But every time the hound got scared of fire. You kept saying grow up. Just because he'd try to find a way to deal with it. You know, how about failed men? Not only been exposed to this for a few come on. Now off you years with yourself. How does live with this for his entire life? He hot bird as a child by his Brown. Eko bird as a child by his brother, sorta ability any anytime, you want to go to a bottle, your liability is just a lot of fire and you care kill the hound. Hang on. I'm getting my death marinara again. What he what are you doing the next now? I guess I'll be dial. I guess you. Let's talk about status house Baratheon any wanna talk about Roe bit who king rob married to Sissy at the start of the series about rubble was a solid character. He was really good friends of Ed stock, and that's how I come across the stocks because he goes to meet them. I think Robert was a great king. I think hey stretch he didn't even remember him since two minutes ago. So we'll fight that you are. I thought him and having their adventures was quite a tale to tell because they are doing preschools, I would be interested. If I had to in watching that you're what I think would be a great invention. If I could just I would even pay for the service of if either like a sitting character, you can remove them from the series, and then I can just watch all the characters that I want to watch this series. If that's the case, then I'm all for it. Some event that and send us a amount. Hello it. If I our podcast because I would love to be involved in that. But yet came Robert was great. He didn't really Dolj Joffrey. If you noticed they really exact. Exactly. Here you didn't indulge him. So if you're talking about the nature nurture, certainly was the problem in that equation aside from the of incest, but it was the problem in that situation. So Robert, I thought was pretty solid. He also had a kid was soci-. And I think it was alluded. That certainly did something to make sure she lost that child. She killed the kid. Exactly. So how do you think Robert will be feeling? Those are very good serving same between king Robert and Suzy right before he died, and they could literally say there was learn love between these two right and convenience Robert made some comment about I don't even know how. The people come together and uncertainty with a referral smile said. It was our marriage and that was perfect because they completely understood each other in that moment. So I think you need to give more credit where credit is drew in regards to rubber Sylla's talk about status Barath you fucking coward. His his his. To kill his younger, brother what focus that his his his not special. He's relying on the Landreau for pretty much everything. He doesn't know how to lead. He come decision for himself. It's relying on devas or his dramas. Andrea. Oh, all gonna do what I'm going to say, oh, how will win this bottle even when said was saying to status to leave her behind, and he he he took that council. But then when they lost hip Blane's, exactly cop. To that his this shit Carter through throughout areas. Much of him. Our to see Brienne Sherie died, and he was there. And in the one supposed to love Shull in more than the mom. The mom was always like a dick lean. But when it came down to it, the mom to save Charlene from being bond to the state every I was really side. And you know, a really caught me as well knowing that they plan that toy, sir. Devils to like away, and knowing that he would find out because I knew there was no way he wasn't going to find out about this that really really break, my heart. That's big. Just just one more second the saving grace of status breath yet when he was doing this questionable. Things was a history of his daughter. Clearly, not enough. Well, what turns to sacrifice? That's when it all came down for me. And I'm like you can buy. Reynolds, if we're running out of time. If we're running out of time, Leslie. Yeah. But he did introduce by way of him being he introduced brand of tough to us. It is in that much. I talk loved remedy so much because there. Oh, yes, younger and before we run out of time. So brianna of tough. Brand. Mutt? Wow.

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"tolman" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"tolman" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Tolman here we were just talking about taxes. So let's bring up Paul. He's called in with this question related to taxes here. He is he's from lawrenceburg, Indiana. How you doing Paul? I'm doing great. How you doing? Rick doing terrific. Welcome to the show. How can I help you? Well, I was doing my taxes a realize that my stayed in taxes we're going to see the new ten thousand dollar limit. That's so in the tax cuts and jobs act. Yes. And I was wondering if I should document and in save the local property taxes. So that someday I can deduct him as an expense against any profit when I sell a piece of unimproved property. Yes, you can deduct property taxes as an expense for owning rental property. No question about that. What you wanna do is treat your taxes? Like, you treat all other expenses associated with owning the property maintain good records of expenses occurred. The dates that they were incurred and so on because you need to compile all that information for preparation of your tax return. So all of this serves to provide you with text benefits. No question about it. You want to coordinate with your tax advisor to make sure you're doing all of this correctly and reporting the deductions in the proper year sometimes these expenses can be deducted on an annual basis, meaning you can deduct the expense in the year. You incur it in other. Cases, the expenses have to be simply subtracted from the proceeds that you receive when you sell the property in the future. So it depends on the nature of the cost whether it's a current expense, or whether it is a capital expense and that determines the year in which you get to make the deduction, and whether you get to deduct it against ordinary income or deducted against the capital gain from sale of the property, so talk with your tax advisor to make sure how you're dealing with that. Okay. I was more interested in the capital gains unimproved property. It's not rental property. It's just. Investment property. Well, talk your tax advisor about it. Nevertheless, because it might be to your benefit to take the deduction on an annual basis rather than using to offset the capital gain, you incur in the future. And the reason I say that is that if you can offset it as an expense. Now, it might be able to be offset against your ordinary income and your ordinary income tax rate might be twice as high as your capital gains tax rate in the future. In other words, you could be much better off taking a deduction today against your ordinary income as opposed to taking a smaller deduction later against capital gain make sense. And that's what I've been doing. Except with the new textbooks and job. There's a limit of ten thousand dollars on your total state and local taxes. Understood. And that's why I want you to talk to your tax advisor about it to see the extent to which you can do this one versus the other. And so, yeah, you're you're. Thinking about a correctly. I just wanna make sure you get the right tax advice. So that you can maximize get the biggest bang for your buck so to speak from the expense incurring. Okay. We'll thanks for your help break. You're very welcome. Polly really appreciate your call. And just where everybody else who's listening? I wanna make sure we fully all understand what this salt thing is all about state and local taxes SA L T came up under the new tax law that was put into place when President Trump shortly after he took office under this new law, which is now applicable for all of us, you now have a limitation as to how much your allowed to deduct on your taxes every year for the payment of salt state and local taxes. Those state and local taxes are for the most part property taxes. And in a lot of jurisdictions New York, New jersey, Connecticut, lots of places in California major urban areas like Chicago when Atlanta and there's around the country. You pay a lot of money and property taxes. Well in the past you are allowed to deduct off of your tax return the money you spent on property taxes under the new law as you just heard Paul site. You're only allowed to deduct up to ten thousand dollars in those property taxes. And a lot of folks pay a lot more than that in property tax, which they no longer get a tax deduction for which means your taxes are going up. So you wanna pay attention to the salt the state and local tax limitation on your tax return? Make sure you're getting good tax advice. So that if you're dealing with specially with rental property like paula's, you might be able to offset the excess expense that you're not deducting annually and charge it against your long term capital.

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"tolman" Discussed on Reply All

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02:40 min | 3 years ago

"tolman" Discussed on Reply All

"Evans book about Polera. It's called the mastermind. There's so much more absurd detail and craziness in that book than we could cover here. Go check it out. Bio said by me PJ vote out Tolman Spicer him in any fee, abandon Demi Moore, Keti Anatoly and Jessica young edited by Tim Howard. We're mixed by Kwon backing by Michelle Harris, intern is Christina. I l just by mysterious brake master cylinder. Our attic by buildings. Matt lever is a Sunday at the farmer's market. You listen to the show on I tunes Spotify wherever you get your podcasts. Thanks for listening. We'll see in two weeks. Good. Welcome to crime town. We're halfway through season two in Detroit. And we're telling the story of Kwami Kilpatrick the next day, I told her by mayor and from that day forward. My life has been going hundred miles an hour the youngest man in history to serve as mayor betray. Choi graphic sex greed love scandal. Do crime town season two exclusively on Spotify. Subscribe for free at Spotify dot com slash crime town. Thanks to our sponsor, squarespace squarespace, easy. To turn your great idea into website. Save ten percent on your I have a domain website going to squarespacEcom and using the offer code reply that squarespacEcom offer code reply to save ten percent. Thanks sponsor ZipRecruiter. Hiring can be hard. But there's a place that makes it simple, fast and smart, ZipRecruiter dot com Sasha pie ZipRecruiter's technology identifies people with experience invite them to your job and spotlights the top candidates. So you never miss it. Great match. Try for free today at ZipRecruiter dot com slash reply. That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash reply. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire.

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"tolman" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"tolman" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"And they worked ourselves in there with the biodegrade. And of course, you know, you gotta prove yourself that you're actually going to be good with the staff, and that you know, you can manage it. But I don't think anybody that's really passionate about dentists should regret going through dental school. There's going to be a need for them. Now, there's going to be jobs for them. It's it depends on which path they want to take in the industry, and they gotta make some smart decisions. But in terms of that investment in your degree, and in your profession. I I would say they made the right? Thing. Well, how many dental offices are buying are you working with leg? Twenty eighteen how many dental offices did you have cell with? Thirteen thousand seven hundred. Okay. So this this little girls working in her and hitting one dental office. You see the macro thirteen thousand offices covering many countries for several decades. What are the key low hanging fruit wires, some doing better is demographics that buying high-technology CAD Cam and CBCP's, what do you what do you think makes some of these dental offices net three or four times more money than the other ones? I think a lot of it is the personality in the motivation of the staff. In fact, I know that's a big thing. The offices are cleaned their well bright staff is you know, I think most of the salaries are buying large pretty much the same. So it comes down to the work environment. You gotta have I know of dentis Tolman house. I gotta keep drama out of the office. They'll fire people if they start drama and investing in the technology keeping up on the infection control. Because of if an office is lacking, an infection control believe it or not. It's a big demoralized her for staff, and you know, that's a big wheel house for us as infection control. If an office the skimp on it. They'll skip on it because they're told to but it's not very good for the staff. They want an office because it is actually a healthcare facility. So it's it's how the office is run. If you skimp on this or you skimp on that. That does affect staff you may not see it. But. Does talk. Why are they successful? They're doing local internet ads. They're involved in the community sponsor the ball team. But another thing is what are they doing for their own websites. Websites are big now. And what are they doing for promotions? Most offices hand away to sparce hand away flaw say handle a bag with some other stuff. We do a whole section on office marketing, and, you know, your advice, my advice to all your listeners, and you probably did that back when you were is whatever you're handing out get your name printed on it..

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Future of Football: Readers respond

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

06:50 min | 3 years ago

Future of Football: Readers respond

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Future a football readers respond by Al Sarah Cevic in late October, the chronicle published a six part series examining the future of football. The premise was simple now that we know the sport can cause lasting brain damage. Driving some to suicide. What are we going to do about it a dedicated team of chronicle? Journalists spent months digging into the subject, you can read the whole thing at SF chronicle dot com slash future afoot ball in a letter to chronicle subscribers I encouraged response. What do you think should be done? What will the game look like in twenty years? Let me share a few of those voices. Thanks, your reflection is so important. I did love your projection that football would look like boxing. Why the continued ignorance with little effort to address the problem, Frederick e Hessler at San Francisco, all your main recommendations. Make logical sense. And are the right thing to do. I was lucky. I was too small for playing grade school football, my coach realized this I believe in I sat on the bench. My mother always feared I would get seriously injured with regard to parents and kids now ultimately people need to make their own decisions about what to do with regard to their children playing football. If flag football is an option that would be great. I believe sooner than later American football, as we know it won't be as popular. Instead people will migrate to lesser injury prone sports that are also rewarding for fans parents schools and students John Durham Napa. Everybody's jumping on the football is dangerous bandwagon. This story is long winded bull all major sports have physical contact soft. Wimps are ruining this country and turning our men into soft little pansies look at the average something male today. Weak wimps worrying about the. Next superhero or Star Wars movie, all this coddling and winding is pathetic name withheld. I'm sixty eight I played for four years in high school and a year of college. I never finished a season mostly knee injuries. But I broke my thumb in college in a way that required surgery. I also boxed in college. I attended a forty Niners Cam for high school students where a very aggressive game of quote unquote, touch resulted in a hit that caused me to lose vision in one eye for a few plays naturally. I stayed in the game. So far it hasn't caught up to me. Anyway, I think one partial solution is to make all the pads and helmets soft on both the inside and the outside. Also, I think many knee injuries could be eliminated. If there were no cleats Leif ODA grin Petaluma step one change, the channel the rest of it really won't matter so much Greg Tolman, Berkeley Ulta. Emmett frisbee all quarterbacks. No, linebackers, spike. Connor Redwood City. It would be interesting to know, whether rugby has the same level of problems with brain trauma as football rugby players wear. No helmets or padding. And there are strict rules about tackling. I suspect that the protective gear in football increases the incidence of brain trauma because it allows players to hit each other harder. It doesn't take a direct head impact or cause a concussion. The sudden acceleration from a hard hit can do it. Even if there's no head contact in rugby players are less inclined to use their bodies as weapons when tackling because it could cause injury to the tacklers. It's counter intuitive, but reducing the amount of protective gear in football could make it a safer sport. The culture of the sport has to change to players coaches fans broadcasters and reporters have to stop seeing a disabling hit as a good thing. Ng? Jeff Lichtman Elsa. Reto? Bravo end. This disgusting sport. There's five thousand four hundred seventy two more peaceful ways for young people to quote, unquote, build character, Chris Moffet, San Ramon great articles on the game of football. If you get a chance read some of the books or articles on John gangly Ardy, the Saint John's university division three coach whose philosophy on the game of football was so different than any coach. I've known even in the fifties and sixties no tackling in practice. No practice longer than ninety minutes. Water breaks it Sarah his philosophy worked. He one more football games. Four hundred eighty nine than any coach in NC double A history along with four national championships. I played for John in the sixties on one of his championship teams. We never had anyone hurt in practice except the occasional ankle sprain. We had a few transfers from schools like. The university of Minnesota where Murray Warmoth coached with the philosophy of making the practices tougher than the games kind of survival of the fittest code that was not unusual at that time football needs to change again. Thanks for the great articles Terry Underwood, according Madera, here's a modest proposal. Make everyone eligible why linemen are ineligible for passes. Always been a mystery to me this is somewhat more radical than the eight ten offense. I think that's what it was called that. The Piedmont high coaches developed and was voted down by the NF s but it would keep the nature of the game intact while changing dramatically if everyone is eligible the game will spread out, and there will be more of a premium on speed and agility, then raw size, power football will make less sense and just as the three point line and the warriors style has pretty much removed the power game from basketball, especially at the lower levels. There will be a shift toward more scoring. And use of the whole field. It's not a complete or perfect solution. Of course. But it moves the game away from one on one contact and towards skill and speed clay Callum, walnut creek, the late US Senator, gene. Mccarthy democrat Minnesota had a great line. He said football is like politics, you have to be smart enough to understand the game and dumb enough to think it's important Eric mills Oakland, thanks to all of our readers who responded, interestingly, we didn't get much from people defending the sport as it stands. Maybe we're preaching to the choir here in the bay area. Maybe people are starting to see the truth.

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Looking at Apple's new camera system on iPhone

Vector Podcast

02:40 min | 3 years ago

Looking at Apple's new camera system on iPhone

"By picking your shots. But if you want the computational stuff and you want it for everything, you'll have to move up to an iphone tennis or tennis max or stick with an iphone, eight plus or seven plus to get it. Now I've shot with Esa LARs Endesa LARs all my life, but I've never considered myself a real photographer more of a hobbyist at best. So to get a better sense of the trade offs, I asked a real photographer a real professional photographer what he thought, here's Tyler Tolman. Thanks for having me be a part of your video. Renee. My name is Tyler stolen and have been working for for for over a decade. Now, I think this is the first time that apple actually under sold the cameras in their new phones with a whole new larger sensor and lens and camera compartment everything. It has been performing a lot better in the iphone tennis that have been using so far. But the best news is that we can expect most of those same improvements to come to the iphone ten har-. So I talked about what is the same is the most important stuff to me? And that's everything on the wide angle lens. It allow you to have the same increased dynamic range where it's using smart each yards, take multiple exposures every single moment that the camera is on and combine them into image quality that we just weren't seeing in cell phone cameras before. Now from previous iphones we're doing each as well, but they had to take the photo and then process it nude. See the results afterwards in the iphone tennis antenna are it is live processing all the time. That means that your life otas also have that effect as well as all your video. Even on the selfie camera, it's got that extra dynamic range and it makes a really big difference. But the new camera isn't just what you see. Incites a little bump on the back of your phone. It's also things like the neural engine which has been improved in both. The ten are antennas. It's exactly the same as well as the image signal processor, and those gather are doing a lot of the intelligent processing to give. You those incredible results of camera. Now, the big difference is that we don't have the telephoto lens on the iphone ten are that means that you can't zoom in with quite as much detail when you're taking portrait mode photos. There's a little less refinement around the edges of your subject. So the times that you see ears or noses or classes get cut off in portrait mode, that might be a little bit worse on the ten are because it doesn't have quite as much depth information to work with. However, you do get something for this different lands since it's only using one lens, the wider lens, you're able to take a wider portrait vote photo then you can on the tennis so strange that for so much lower price. The ten are actually has one feature. The tennis doesn't anyway. Thanks again for having me. Renate. Can't wait to talk to you more about the release of twenty teams. Thanks Tyler. If

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Goldman Sachs doesn't see a recession in our immediate future

The Ray Lucia Show

00:53 sec | 3 years ago

Goldman Sachs doesn't see a recession in our immediate future

"This is the Ray Lucia show. Talk show in America, the help to make better money moves right here on business talk radio helping you along the way, and I'll tell you what a very interesting show planned for today. Goldman Sachs I up little sign of recession for the next three years. Now, I don't know. Goldman Sachs knows what they're talking about. I suspect they do. I like that. I like the fact that Goldman Sachs does not see a recession. They say a recession is muted and below average even three years from now. There's only thirty six percent chance of recession. You know, what that means party goes on folks, the party goes on and Tolman? Should know. I'm being a little bit facetious there because they don't. I've talked about the cyclically adjusted price earnings ratios predictability in the past on how market returns do and we have found that to be flawed. If you go back to two thousand sixteen and you looked at the C A P ratio. The Robert Schiller CAP predictable ratio. Stocks aren't supposed to be doing anything. Right now in two thousand seventeen of course, a banner year twenty eight not looking so bad either. So when I read these headlines, I put everything in perspective.

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