35 Burst results for "Tom Again"

Carlson comes up big in Caps' 4-3 shootout win over Ducks

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 d ago

Carlson comes up big in Caps' 4-3 shootout win over Ducks

"John John Carlson Carlson scored scored the the game game winning winning goal goal in in the the shootout shootout and and also also tied tied the the game game late late in in the the second second period period as as the the capitals capitals went went on on to to be be the the docks docks for for the the three three Tom Tom Wilson Wilson and and Carl Carl Haglund Haglund scored scored goals goals for for Washington Washington who who are are now now to to own own one one on on their their four four game game homestand homestand for for haggling haggling it it was was his his first first of of the the season season for for Wilson Wilson it it was was career career goal goal number number one one hundred hundred it's it's obviously obviously nice nice to to get get there there it's it's a a really really hardly hardly even even heard heard the the historical historical so so lucky lucky to to have have a a lot lot of of good good teammates teammates given given me me a a good good looks looks and and the the nascent nascent yeah yeah it's it's cool cool good good girl girl or or the the ducks ducks got got goals goals from from Josh Josh Manson Manson Sonny Sonny Milano Milano and and Vinny Vinny look look Terry Terry Ilya Ilya Samsonov Samsonov made made thirty thirty one one saves saves in in the the win win Craig Craig heist heist Washington Washington

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Leftists Degrade Former Sen. Bob Dole on Twitter Following Death

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | 1 d ago

Leftists Degrade Former Sen. Bob Dole on Twitter Following Death

"But here's what one Twitter verified account said about the passing of the great Bob Dole. At the quote, just a friendly reminder to everyone out there deifying that Trump humping ghoul Bob Dole. Serving in the military doesn't automatically make you a saint. Benedict Arnold, Tom cotton, Mike Pompeo, Ron DeSantis, Lee Harvey Oswald, Timothy McVeigh, and Robert E. Lee. All served. In 1976 here's another one from the same account. This one goes out to Bob Dole, good riddance trumper, dancing on your grave. And then they put together a little musical tribute. Literally dancing on the grave. Of campaign. Bob Dole. Here's another one. Now that the trumper Bob Dole is dead. Did he finally let go of that pen? Too soon? Now, he was, again, suffered a heinous war injury. His arm was crippled. He held that pen. To try not to, first of all, sort of deflect from the handicap, but also to prevent people from wanting to shake his withered hand. A guy who gave so much. Of himself. To his country.

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Brady throws for 368 yards, 4 TDs; Bucs beat Falcons 30-17

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 d ago

Brady throws for 368 yards, 4 TDs; Bucs beat Falcons 30-17

"Tom Tom Brady Brady fired fired four four touchdown touchdown passes passes to to rob rob Gronkowski Gronkowski as as the the Tampa Tampa Bay Bay bucs bucs defeated defeated the the Atlanta Atlanta Falcons Falcons thirty thirty to to seventeen seventeen Brady Brady was was thirty thirty eight eight of of fifty fifty one one for for three three hundred hundred and and sixty sixty eight eight yards yards Gronkowski Gronkowski Stevie's Stevie's run run passes passes of of twenty twenty seven seven and and eleven eleven yards yards the the bucs bucs tight tight end end said said come come on on the the road road division division game game I I mean mean the the falcons falcons that that they're they're playing playing ball ball like like that's that's that that that that wasn't wasn't easy easy we we had had to to bring bring it it and and we we sure sure did did though though and and we we came came out out with with a a W. W. Chris Chris Godwin Godwin also also caught caught fifteen fifteen passes passes for for a a hundred hundred and and forty forty three three yards yards for for the the box box the the falcons falcons scored scored on on a a field field goal goal an an intercepted intercepted pass pass return return and and a a seventeen seventeen yard yard run run by by Mike Mike Davis Davis the the Bucks Bucks improved improved to to nine nine and and three three on on the the season season Gary Gary McPhillips McPhillips Atlanta Atlanta

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No. 2 Michigan takes Big Ten in rout, makes playoff pitch

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 d ago

No. 2 Michigan takes Big Ten in rout, makes playoff pitch

"Michigan's Michigan's offense offense was was explosive explosive and and his his defense defense kept kept Iowa Iowa out out of of the the end end zone zone in in the the forty forty two two to to three three big big ten ten championship championship game game victory victory the the twelve twelve and and one one Wolverines Wolverines established established themselves themselves early early with with a a pair pair of of first first quarter quarter touchdowns touchdowns for for the the game game Michigan Michigan quarterback quarterback Cade Cade McNamara McNamara passed passed for for one one hundred hundred sixty sixty nine nine yards yards the the Wolverines Wolverines got got a a pair pair of of touchdowns touchdowns from from Hassan Hassan Haskins Haskins while while running running back back Donovan Donovan Edwards Edwards pass pass for for a a score score and and added added another another on on the the ground ground as as for for Iowa Iowa it it will will head head to to a a bowl bowl game game with with the the ten ten and and three three record record Tom Tom McCabe McCabe Indianapolis Indianapolis

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No. 3 Cincinnati claims AAC crown, possible playoff spot

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 d ago

No. 3 Cincinnati claims AAC crown, possible playoff spot

"Undefeated undefeated Cincinnati Cincinnati beat beat Houston Houston in in the the American American athletic athletic conference conference championship championship game game thirty thirty five five twenty twenty and and virtually virtually assured assured himself himself a a spot spot in in the the college college football football playoff playoff the the bill bill Catholic Catholic by by just just a a point point at at halftime halftime but but broke broke it it open open with with three three touchdowns touchdowns within within a a five five minute minute span span early early in in the the third third quarter quarter doesn't doesn't refer refer to to his his three three touchdown touchdown passes passes and and Jerome Jerome Ford Ford ran ran forty forty two two yards yards for for second second long long TD TD run run to to put put cincy cincy up up thirty thirty five five thirteen thirteen and and make make the the case case for for Luke Luke Fickell Fickell theme theme for for finished finished with with one one hundred hundred eighty eighty seven seven yards yards rushing rushing Houston Houston is is now now eleven eleven into into I'm I'm Tom Tom Merriam Merriam

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No. 2 Purdue holds off Iowa 77-70 in Big Ten opener

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 d ago

No. 2 Purdue holds off Iowa 77-70 in Big Ten opener

"The the number number to to produce produce survived survived a a late late Iowa Iowa rallied rallied for for a a seventy seventy seven seven seventy seventy win win the the victory victory over over the the previously previously unbeaten unbeaten Hawkeyes Hawkeyes will will likely likely propel propel the the Boilermakers Boilermakers into into the the top top spot spot in in the the rankings rankings Iowa Iowa cut cut a a nineteen nineteen point point produce produce second second half half lead lead to to two two with with just just over over two two minutes minutes left left but but was was shut shut down down over over the the remainder remainder of of the the game game Jaden Jaden Ivey Ivey led led the the boilers boilers with with nineteen nineteen points points and and brought brought down down on on the the phone phone like like you you know know there's there's you you know know we're we're on on the the run run and and you you know know we we just just we we just just kept kept battling battling on on we we got got some some rebounds rebounds and and you you know know the the led led to to you you know know them them filing filing striving striving on on Williams Williams pulled pulled down down eighteen eighteen rebounds rebounds were were produced produced Patrick Patrick McCaffrey McCaffrey had had fifteen fifteen points points to to lead lead Iowa Iowa Tom Tom McCabe McCabe west west Lafayette Lafayette Indiana Indiana

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Late musician Tom Petty receives posthumous Ph.D. for music

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 4 d ago

Late musician Tom Petty receives posthumous Ph.D. for music

"The the university university of of Florida Florida is is awarded awarded an an honorary honorary PhD PhD to to rock rock legend legend Tom Tom Petty Petty Tom Tom petty's petty's hit hit I I won't won't back back down down is is almost almost an an implement implement Gators Gators games games he he had had deep deep ties ties to to the the university university of of Florida Florida in in Gainesville Gainesville the the city city where where he he grew grew up up and and even even worked worked as as a a groundskeeper groundskeeper at at the the campus campus to to earn earn money money as as he he tried tried to to break break his his way way into into the the music music industry industry students students there there have have always always been been proud proud of of the the connection connection to to the the rock rock and and roll roll hall hall of of Famer Famer and and now now the the university university board board of of trustees trustees has has awarded awarded Thomas Thomas Earl Earl petty petty a a posthumous posthumous doctoral doctoral degree degree in in music music petty petty died died of of a a drug drug overdose overdose in in twenty twenty seventeen seventeen hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Michael J. Knowles: Liberals Can't Articulate Their Arguments, Resort to Screaming

The Dan Bongino Show

01:41 min | 6 d ago

Michael J. Knowles: Liberals Can't Articulate Their Arguments, Resort to Screaming

"You But you put it very well which is you don't need to be a rocket scientist to recognize that it's wrong to kill a baby that the constitution does not defend or articulate any right to kill a baby and that it's time to overturn it You don't need to have some advanced degree You don't need to have all of the PhDs and all the various accolades and credentials that the left seems to value so highly and you don't need to use lots of complicated jargon And it's pretty simple We actually can know the difference between good and bad and right and wrong and true and false And I think that the reason that the left tends to get a lot angrier and screeching gal and you remember after Trump won they started screaming no and they all went viral because the value literally screaming at the sky yeah That's right And the reason that they get so angry is because they can't see the reality They can't articulate their position If you understand an issue then you can just state your opinion and you can say Tom lady and you can be forceful but you don't need to scream and yell and pull your hair out But if you know that you're on shaky ground as the pro abortion people are in this case specifically And as the leftists are generally then they have to get emotional and they get frustrated because they can't articulate their views There were two demonstrations outside the Supreme Court today There was a group of pro lifers specifically there was a group of young pro life women and they were singing the national anthem and they were waving American flags and they were praying and they seemed very grounded and reasonable And then there was a group of pro abortion women who were screaming and yelling and literally taking abortion pills You just look at those two groups Dan which one do you think has it more accurately

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No. 2 Purdue uses scoring combination to KO Seminoles 93-65

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

No. 2 Purdue uses scoring combination to KO Seminoles 93-65

"Purdue Purdue out out shot shot and and out out rebounded rebounded Florida Florida state state in in a a ninety ninety three three sixty sixty five five win win the the second second ranked ranked Boilermakers Boilermakers said said fifty fifty nine nine percent percent of of their their shots shots and and held held the the thirty thirty six six to to twenty twenty five five rebounding rebounding advantage advantage five five Purdue Purdue players players were were in in double double figures figures led led by by Jaden Jaden ivy ivy with with eighteen eighteen points points we we take take you you know know what what the the coaches coaches say say and and we we you you know know we we just just buy buy and and and and then then when when the the game game comes comes you you know know we're we're we're we're ready ready we're we're executing executing it it perfectly perfectly and and you you know know if if we we just just keep keep doing doing that that I I think think we we can can be be a a really really good good team team led led by by sixteen sixteen at at halftime halftime then then put put the the game game out out of of reach reach in in the the second second half half the the Boilermakers Boilermakers are are now now seven seven oh oh heading heading into into their their big big ten ten opener opener the the Seminoles Seminoles now now five five and and two two got got twenty twenty two two points points from from Caleb Caleb mills mills Tom Tom McCabe McCabe west west Lafayette Lafayette Indiana Indiana

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Nets edge Knicks 112-110 on James Johnson's free throws

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Nets edge Knicks 112-110 on James Johnson's free throws

"The the Brooklyn Brooklyn nets nets one one intense intense interest interest city city rivalry rivalry game game from from the the New New York York Knicks Knicks one one twelve twelve one one ten ten at at the the Barclay Barclay center center James James Johnson Johnson two two free free throws throws with with two two point point two two seconds seconds remaining remaining stop stop the the one one ten ten one one ten ten tie tie to to repel repel the the nets nets to to their their thirteenth thirteenth win win in in their their last last sixteen sixteen games games James James harden harden scored scored thirty thirty four four points points twenty twenty eight eight in in the the first first half half to to lead lead Brooklyn Brooklyn Kevin Kevin Durant Durant picked picked up up for for hard hard in in the the second second half half scoring scoring twenty twenty one one of of his his twenty twenty seven seven points points including including eleven eleven in in the the final final six six minutes minutes of of play play that that included included a a free free throw throw in in a a controversial controversial technical technical foul foul on on the the next next joyous joyous rental rental in in the the final final two two minutes minutes Tom Tom Marion Marion New New York York

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Dan Bongino Takes Bo Jackson and Joe Montana Any Day

The Dan Bongino Show

01:19 min | Last week

Dan Bongino Takes Bo Jackson and Joe Montana Any Day

"To before the whole kneeling fiasco I was a huge NFL fan I like the Raiders and I'd watch the ravens when I was in when I lived in Maryland But if you asked me say you're putting together a team today right And you have these you're omnipotent You have these powers You can pull of the best running back on the best day of his life to put together a team and you can get that guy a new team right now in that condition right So I'm just talking about you're putting together a team of football team and you're given the opportunity to pick a running back from any point in time at his best point in time ever Who do you pick Do you pick Barry Barry Sanders You pick Eric Dickerson Adrian Peterson And my answer is no It's not I pick Bo Jackson Bo Jackson Monday Night Football Seattle Seahawks I've never seen anything like it in my life Never Never seen a guy Why are we bringing this up You're probably asking 'cause Jim yes miss birthday today Or tomorrow How old is he 59 Our bed Bo Jackson could probably still run in the NFL today even with his hip even when he said Peter he was not amazing I have never seen anything like it in my life Now I get it I get mocked a lot for these opinions I said I take Joe Montana over Tom Brady Oh you're crazy but no in 1986 Joe Montana I'll take him any day He's my quarterback Bo Jackson's my running back I'm just saying I'm just throwing that

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Lisa and Nancy From Naples Help Mike Gallagher Lead Against Hugh Hewitt

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:38 min | Last week

Lisa and Nancy From Naples Help Mike Gallagher Lead Against Hugh Hewitt

"What if we offered a trip to South Carolina to a donor who would like to step up and make a huge donation to our prison fellowship ministry? For ten to that for $10,000, you and three of your family or friends will fly you to South Carolina will put you up in one of these beautiful box seats. You'll have your own private box. You'll see Annie. You'll see my performances Oliver warbucks will put you up in a beautiful hotel probably with a Weston point set in downtown. I'll take you to dinner. And it'll be a great VIP experience for you for your tax deductible donation of $10,000. And there are people who have a blessed life and God has been good to and they are able to do that. And I put it out there for a couple of days. Nobody really took the invitation. Then we got an email. From a lady in Naples, Florida. And she is in. $10,000. And when she was talking with Joey Hudson about and Tom triad up from our team, she decided to double the donation. It's 20,000. She wasn't sure if she and her family could make it. Now it looks like they will be. So, to Lisa and Nancy of Naples, Florida, I am overwhelmed by your generosity. I'm grateful, and as I look at the totals yesterday, Hewitt's catch it up on me. Now, the 20,000 is going to widen the lead.

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What Will Be Left of the BBB Bill Before Passage?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:18 min | Last week

What Will Be Left of the BBB Bill Before Passage?

"Jake, I spent Sunday after the crowded dispersed reading build back better the House version. I mean, I'm at page 800 now, taking notes. I've gotten two columns out of it. I could write columns forever. It's the most absurd thing, including my Washington Post column this morning is about $3 billion in equity, which is up to Tom vilsack. A canny politician who has run for president before to distribute if it gets to the Senate. How much are they gonna carve out of this in the Senate? Salt deduction of tree equity, a 122 billion for homeless funding. What's going to go? So that's a good question. I think the major things that's going to go through are not those things. I think the major things that are going to go are the big things that mansion does not like. I mean, Pelosi has basically indicated if you listen, you read between the lines that the bill is pretty much set besides for some of these big provisions which are obviously huge and quite influential that mansion is going to have problems with. So that includes expansion of Medicare, paid leave provisions, the stuff. I think the rest of it, the small stuff that people will pick at and will be kind of the stars of election season ads are going to stay. That's just my

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last week

Update on the latest sports

"AP AP sports sports on on time time Merriam Merriam shuffling shuffling atop atop the the AFC AFC standings standings after after week week twelve twelve action action the the Baltimore Baltimore Ravens Ravens now now at at the the top top record record eight eight and and three three after after holding holding off off the the Cleveland Cleveland Browns Browns thirteen thirteen ten ten Sunday Sunday night night but but lurking lurking right right behind behind the the New New England England Patriots Patriots who who won won their their sixth sixth straight straight knocking knocking the the Tennessee Tennessee Titans Titans off off the the top top if if he he purchased purchased thirty thirty six six thirteen thirteen the the Packers Packers are are now now second second in in the the NFC NFC at at nine nine and and three three behind behind Donnel Donnel Arizona Arizona after after blowing blowing off off the the rams rams thirty thirty six six twenty twenty eight eight the the Buccaneers Buccaneers knowing knowing three three F. F. as as in in the the call call thirty thirty eight eight thirty thirty one one as as Leonard Leonard Fournette Fournette scored scored the the last last of of his his four four touchdowns touchdowns on on a a twenty twenty eight eight yard yard run run with with twenty twenty seconds seconds left left college college football football hours hours after after saying saying he he would would not not leave leave Oklahoma Oklahoma for for Ellis Ellis you you Lincoln Lincoln Riley Riley announced announced he he is is leaving leaving Oklahoma Oklahoma to to coach coach U. U. S. S. C. C. Riley Riley had had coached coached the the Sooners Sooners for for five five seasons seasons including including three three CFP CFP appearances appearances too too long long winning winning streaks streaks were were extended extended in in the the NBA NBA the the warriors warriors made made it it eight eight straight straight clipping clipping the the clippers clippers while while the the bucs bucs made made it it seven seven in in a a row row outpacing outpacing the the Pacers Pacers I'm I'm Tom Tom merry merry M. M. A. A. P. P. sports sports

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Fournette scores 4 TDs, Brady rallies Bucs past Indy 38-31

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

Fournette scores 4 TDs, Brady rallies Bucs past Indy 38-31

"The Buccaneers took advantage of five Indianapolis turnovers into thirty eight to thirty one win Tampa Bay running back Leonard Fournette had four touchdowns including a twenty eight yard run with twenty seconds left with his team down by ten at the half for that offered a locker room message which apparently rally the team eight in three Tampa Bay scored twenty four points off Indianapolis turnovers Tom Brady passed for two hundred twenty six yards Carson Wentz had three touchdown passes for six and six Indianapolis Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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Donations pour in for Missouri man freed after 43 years

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Donations pour in for Missouri man freed after 43 years

"More than one point four million dollars has been raised as of Saturday afternoon for a man who spent forty three years behind bars before a judge overturned his conviction in a triple killing the Midwest innocence project set up the go fund me as they fought for Kevin Strickland's release noting he wouldn't receive compensation from Missouri the state only allows payments to people who were exonerated through DNA evidence so the sixty two year old doesn't qualify the judge ordered Strickland's released Tuesday and KMBC TV was there I didn't think they long Tom Strickland always maintained he was home watching TV and had nothing to do with the murders which happened when he was eighteen the prosecutor who asked for his release said evidence used to convict had since been recanted or disproven I'm Julie Walker

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Oveckin's hat trick gives Capitals a 4-3 win over Panthers

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Oveckin's hat trick gives Capitals a 4-3 win over Panthers

"Alex events can registered his twenty eighth career hat trick as the capitals won for the eighth time in ten games four three over the Panthers a veteran scored twice in the fifty six second span of the second period and pulled within nineteen goals of former Cappy armor yarder for third on the NHL's all time list a Vatican says he stepped up his game after being hit in the mouth by a park five minutes into the contest it was a wake up call for you know but again thank god I didn't lose any teeth like it was not a major Tom Wilson also scored and if getting because that's a fat three assists as Washington ended Florida's four game winning streak Jonathan Huberdeau seventh goal gave the Panthers a one nothing lead just thirty two seconds after the opening faceoff I'm Dave Ferrie

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Tom Brady tosses 2 TDs, Buccaneers beat Giants 30-10

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tom Brady tosses 2 TDs, Buccaneers beat Giants 30-10

"The Tampa Bay Buccaneers got back on the winning track after two straight losses by defeating the New York Giants thirty to ten Tom Brady threw for three hundred seven yards including touchdown passes to Chris Godwin and Mike Evans it was seven seventy second career touchdown breaking the franchise record formerly held by running back Mike Alstott giants quarterback Daniel Jones threw two interceptions each of which led to a Tampa Bay field goal the only highlight of the night for New York was a touchdown pass from Jones to tackle eligible Andrew Thomas I'm Tom Aikens

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"tom again" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:05 min | Last month

"tom again" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Here Dan I want to bring it back to Apple because I am fully bought into the ecosystem I have a Mac and iPad AirPods Apple watch you name it And I actually broke my Apple watch back in September and everybody said wait for the new model get the new one I didn't because I had no confidence I would get it quickly and I'm glad that I just bought an older model because I don't know if I'd still to this day have a new watch How much are those supply chain issues going to be an issue for Apple trying to meet the demand that maybe there but supply that maybe isn't I think supply is an issue I think it's going to remain that way for several months to come It's of course been an issue for much of the year I think what's going to matter over the next one to two years will be whether they can execute on product cycles So we've seen with the new watch and of course it's going to take a little time to get it into everyone's hands who wants one is that the screen size increase of nearly 20% really allows free Richer more immersive experience And so there is potential for some sales to get lost due to the supply chain But I think the longer term story I think the innovation and really the healthy product cycles is going to matter more over the next couple of years But on the subject of innovation and product cycles Apple upgrades their products often I mean we get a new iPhone every single year If they're having kind of issues with the iPhone 13 does that not create an effect where you just don't end up seeing demand for that phone because people are going to wait for the next model that's only coming out You know less than a year from now What we saw with the iPhone 12 was despite severe delays given COVID given the difficulty with supply chains globally They launched it very late but sales were extraordinary because it was the innovation in the product I think we're likely to see something similar this year in terms of the iPhone 13 was actually introduced a little bit earlier than the 12 was sure their supply chain delays demand in the early days seems healthy But customers want to be able to get the very best product that they can And so I think most will look to buy it if they're able to Get me an iPhone 13 Goodbye Berman Thank you so much for coming This morning This is so important at 30 6 minutes out We've got to jump to Michael makina 'cause we've got McKee Really important data then Lagarde What beneath the headline data on this GDP number is has your attention Well a lot of people haven't focused on the idea that the inventory issue They've been declining for three months in a row And that's a subtraction from GDP And if the supply chain issues are continuing the manufacturers are running down their inventories The manufacturers running down this sounds like Jan hotz one O one also the export dynamic as well How important is domestic final sales away from all that mumbo jumbo Well we're hoping that's what keeps the economy afloat along with business investment but we're not exactly sure how much it translates because business orders have gone up but shipments have not gone up as fast and it's shipments that are GDP for current GDP This is fun Michael McKee with us here and he does such a good job of really parsing us out It's much much harder than you think in real time to do this We're sort of making jokes and all this and mckees actually looking at it and it comes out and dribs and drabs and we'll do that for you before we go to Christine Lagarde Lisa is just the oddest thing It's not like it's too America's It's like it's 14 Americas Yeah especially and then there's corporate America which is the operating his own sphere entirely The idea that they're able to pass along the price increases and yet we are seeing this slowing growth is slowing trajectory of a recovery that is really posing a conundrum for the central banks I don't know what they're going to do in terms of messaging that forward Kaylee you really nailed it with a watch I'm sorry You know we make a joke about it but that's the way it is across everything Yeah I talk about supply chain issues too much to have any faith in anything getting to me in a timely manner Tom Again 5 minutes away from the Lagarde press conference More importantly 5 minutes away from a state of the American labor economy a first look at Q three GDP Stay.

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"tom again" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:49 min | 7 months ago

"tom again" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"39 is the time down the road frame cross on on Disney World and Disneyland wanting to cancel snow White. And the snow White ride because of Prince gives her a kiss. And of course, she's sleeping, and the prince gives her a kiss and my God, How could Disney have done that all these years? Also down the road? What's really behind the Bill Gates divorce and how much is everyone going to make off of that, including the attorneys? We'll also get into something I think is kind of fun. If you've been around any neighborhood in any place anywhere, as we like to say in the radio business within the sound of my voice. You probably have seen people walking around, pointing out things telling you things about you. Your life, your house, Your dog, Your cat. Whatever it may be, you know who they are. Neighborhood. Karen's Well, now there's a song out about neighborhood, Karen's and I have the artist joining me at 2 36 to talk about the song what the inspiration was and how it might put all Karen's back in their place. You know, I I mentioned that it's It's 2 30. It's 12 39. But as you and I both know It's five o'clock somewhere. There's something for you. Here you go. From my lips to this can ain't no social distance and allowed Mm. That's good. Singing Allen. Papa Tom again? Yes, Yes, yes. Yeah. Just got time for one more round, set him up my friends and I'll be gone. You get away with some other Show one of the best conscious I saw advances. The last concert I saw before the pandemic it Alan Jackson. Just one more thing on the sports gambling that we're talking about. This is Indiana. I find this interesting. Indiana residents. Wagered over $1 billion in sports in 2000 and 20 alone one billion Dollars. Um The handle on all of this. Is because of the NFL strong fourth quarter. Three record month, September, October November those three months accounted for almost 700 million. Which was over half of the state's total handle in 2020. They don't have December numbers in this article. I'm reading right now. But the fact of the matter is If you legalize sports gambling, and remember when we legalized gambling here in Ohio, the pushback on it was comical. I don't have the numbers. For what? What? What is that place called anymore? It was the Jack. And then it was Hollywood. Is it Is it is it I don't even know what it's called anymore. Heart Is it the hard rock I don't know. But whatever that's called initially that the numbers were great. They drifted a little bit. But the fact of the matter is is that it is generated revenue for the state. Same with the casinos and Cleveland and Toledo and all points in between. The thing about the thing about this is it's money that is going to other states. It's going Indiana. It's going to West Virginia. If your vacation down in the Gulf, it's going to Mississippi. To go out east to New York. You could just travel right across the tunnel or the bridge into New Jersey. All of a sudden and AP pops up and as long as you're in New Jersey doesn't matter whether you live there or not, You can make a bet you can collect on a bet or pay your money and take your chances. So to me, we live in a state. That's a very stable state. As you well know, when things get wildly great. They don't get wildly great here. When things get wildly bad in other places, they don't get wildly bad here. The economy is fairly stable because Ohio is a fairly stable state. Sure we have new people moving in and people moving out. But it's It's not like states like California, Texas, Florida in places like that. Well because of that. The costs of that were strapped often times for money for schools for school buildings. When it if kids are back in school for roads, that we all travel and some of these roads we have these county roads look like Third World Country roads we'll forget about I 71 in just a moment. Well, it takes money for the local municipalities in the counties to fix those things. Cost money to educate your kids. Cost money that rather than raising taxes, why not raise revenue? It's a no brainer. And sure there was pushback on the casinos, but I think by and large, this worked very well. Soon as we get to a point where we can legalize marijuana in this state. I think we're going to find that that particular cash crop no pun intended is going to generate a lot of money for us here. In the state. We are we are about at goal for that. And it all goes back to what I have always said you can. You can legislate Ah, lot of different things, but you can't legislate morality. And if we're at a point right now in our country in our society, and we're all this is marching, and we're digging our heels and say no, that's not the way it was done. We're never going to do it that way. Well, then you're gonna be left behind on a lot of these revenue generating projects. That can truly benefit everybody. Now, if you want to call it a sin called to send a gamble. Okay? You got a gambling problem? This probably isn't for you. Same thing. If you have a drug abuse problem, it's probably not for you. But for the greater good Look what the greater good congee get..

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"tom again" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

09:21 min | 10 months ago

"tom again" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Impeachment ones. You love impeachment to, um, Here we go. So far, it's better it is. It's really exciting. That was with the video. Yeah. This is video. All you had before you even have the phone call you had people talking about, you know, it's always happening. The whistle blower, we couldn't transcript so Oh, this is so much better. We got video video of the 800 writers that went in there by the way. Five died, four were writers. One was a cop. I thought it was that was a different number. But that's You, by the way, if you are going to reach seven peons, Okay, If you're gonna breach the capital be in better shape. That's basically what happened to a lot of overweight drunk guys busting in there and they couldn't handle this one. So here we go. This is your impeachment. This is the updates Here is Congressman Raskin. He is explaining the events of the day January 6th, don't forget These guys have been planning this thing on Facebook and they knew what they wanted to do. They have their plans of how they were going to storm the capital. Ridiculous plans, And here we go. Now we find out more about what went on behind the scenes. It's exciting. It may have felt like chaos and madness. But there was method in the madness that day. It was an organized attack on the counting of the electoral College votes in joint session of the United States Congress. Let's start with December 12th. You will see during this trial, a man who praised and encouraged and cultivated violence. We have just begun to fight, he says more than a month after the election has taken place. December 19th 18 days before January sex, he told his base about where the battle would be that they would fight next January. 6 would be wild, he promised. Be there will be wild, said the president of the United States of America. And that too, turned out to be true. You'll see. In the days that followed, Donald Trump continued to aggressively promote January 6 to his followers. Uh, Wow. Uh huh. So this is the idea that there it's building and building and get ready. Get ready. Get everybody there, and then we're gonna peacefully marched down there. I'm sorry. I did that peaceful part of it. We're gonna do We're gonna fight. Fight. Fight, right. So, um more this is this is your impeachment manager. Um, on the danger that Mike Pence wasn't Is this the new video that was released today that we kept hearing about makeup? Bloomberg had. So I was trying to explain to you the text message, John. So the problem with most of the security video is that its security video, so there's not audio attached. It's just you get to watch it, and oftentimes the manager will describe it as it's happening, but for the most part, it won't work for our purposes. They had music. They should've added music. Pence was being evacuated. Rioters started to spread through out the capital. Those inside helped other writers break in through doors and several locations around this entire building. And the mob was looking for vice president Pence because of his patriotism. Because the vice president had refused to do what the president demand and overturn the election results. During the assault on the Capitol. Extremists reportedly coordinated online and discuss how they could hunt down the vice president. Journalists in the capital reported they heard riders say they were looking for pence in order toe execute him. Oh, my God. All right now, so they were planning this Can I have the big plan? And then they all descended? I so when they're planning it, Tom Again today. So that was the president when the president gave that speech And it was still going on when they were already busting in there prior to planning does that not undermine the idea that Trump lit the fuse or what? That they were already? Oh, so well, no, I mean, so The Democrats cases that he had been telling this ground for two months, and this was the culmination. Of everything that he had done. Also something new that I heard today in this report. Is that that reportedly the Trump campaign or trump. Maybe it's not the campaign. I don't know who the trump White House the administration. Trump's supporters were monitoring from the White House. This online traffic about how violent they were going to get before you know, they even arrived. Remember the argument the Democrats are making is that he killed this ground with this big lie about the false election. He was when you requested everybody come to D. C. We're gonna have the January 6th is gonna be the high water. Mark. You come here. We'll give you a speech, and then we're going to stop. The counting of the electoral college votes on that particular day. So the Democrats argument is that he was intimately involved. If there was any planning going on. They were aware of the planning and approved of the planning, so that's how they They get that. And according the John, you said, So they were storming the Capitol even before you know, he started speaking or his speech according to their going on video yesterday. Yes. Yeah, he was still talking, and they were there. But yes, but it had started. And then he was going ahead. And, um Sort of fanning those flames as happened, part of them moved forward anyway, There's there is news. New stuff. Do we have more audio? We're gonna play anymore. This is OK. Nancy Pelosi. Also cut cut close to as the insurrectionists got closer. Capitol Police rushed the speaker from the House floor at 2:15 P.m. mere minutes after the capital was first breached. They recognized immediately that she was in danger. The speaker was not just rushed from the floor. The Capitol police deemed the threat so dangerous that they evacuated her entirely from the Capitol complex. Rushing her to a secure off site location. Insurrectionists intent to murder. The speaker of the House is well documented in charging documents that are now available. We know from the riders themselves. If they had found Speaker Pelosi. They would have killed her. Okay. Um All right. There you go. That's according okay? I've got 11 last thing so I did. It didn't get to see much of it today, but I did watch it about a 10 minute segment. I think it was In Castro, making the presentation where they showed video and interestingly enough, they said, would did Donald Trump's hand, You know, did his tweets play a hand in what was going on here and mid riot? They show a guy reading with a bullhorn. Shouting out reading a tweet from Trump about basically badmouthing pense that he didn't have the courage of his convictions and didn't do what he should have done, and he's shouting that out through a blue, a bullhorn. To the marauding. I don't know what you would call him insurrectionist the writers or something anyway, so there seemed to be there seemed to be they were listening to what Trump was saying by a tweet and acting accordingly. Got it. All right. So let's play some bets. You ready? How would this sequel end? You mean terms of a voter in terms of Republican popular piece already know the outcome. We know the outcome, so let's play some bets on votes. Need 17. They need 17. Will they get 17? Right now. They have an outside chance of six and there may be a fume or than join in. But my hunch is that even the sixth one yesterday, Bill Cassidy, who applauded the House managers, a case my guess is my hunch is he's gonna look like he's fair because he voted to go ahead with the trial, but I think he'll retreat. Who were the other Republicans are so my guests will be five Republicans was just making a bipartisan vote, but not enough to convict that. Be my guest. Okay, Okay. 55 to 44 or something. 55 45. So what's the purpose of it? If we already know the outcome If we aren't they already know well because trial because they've already the jury who is the Senate is sitting there listening to it. And you have to try to make the kid you gotta convince them that those people the 800 or so that went in there and ran around, took Selfies and went into Nancy Pelosi's office and put their feet up, took more selfish and stood down there and said some prayer. I mean, ridiculous, and the one guy dressed as a Viking running around all of that, right. You have to build a prove that Trump was the reason they went in there, and one of the other things they wanted Bill to do is they would have six possibly charge the president..

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"tom again" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"tom again" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"For a news flash. It is time for Bob Buesseler. See me? Yes. Sports flag. All right. They are day to MBA season, 12 more games and postponement number one. The game there was called off rockets and thunder. The Rockets could not suit up the required eight players. Kenyon Martin Jr tested positive for covert. Setting off contact, tracing a number of rockets players having isolate Then there's James Harden, who wouldn't have played anyway. He violated MBA health and safety protocols by attending Ah party earlier this week without a mask. The former M V P has been fined 50,000. The top individual performance of the MBA night came in a loss. John Moran scored 44. But the Spurs beat his Grizzlies 1 31, 1 19 Russell Westbrook, a triple double And his Wizards debut. Would it be part of a victory? Shoot Seth Curry back in the game? He has a dribble. It does seven to go wide open for Champ Bed. Simmons from Curry on the Sixes lead by four boy a defensive left by Washington. Tom Again, a Sixers radio has been Simmons Isis in this game, and Philadelphia beat the Wizards won 13 to 1 of seven to finish the night came in Boston. Jason Tatum Bank to three with less than a second ago. Yeah, anesthetic oboe misses a free throw that could have forced overtime in the Celtics beat the box 1 22. 1 21. They're in overtime. Kings and nuggets tied at 1 12 3 young scores 37 Hawks beat the bulls won 24 to 104 pelicans over the Raptors 1 13 to 99. It was the magic 1 13 Heat. One of those seven Colin Sexted score 27 for the calves. They beat the Hornets 1 21. 1 14 and the Pacers take down the Knicks won 21 toe 107. Why shouldn't quarterback Dwayne Haskins has been 5 40,000 and had his captain's designation stripped for violating Kovar protocols. Not 25 college basketball. Rutgers with his first loss of the season, beaten by Ohio State, 80 to 66, Illinois, 17 better than Penn State for the Love of Beat Marquette, 85 to 68. And it was creating.

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"tom again" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

MTR Network Main Feed

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"tom again" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

"But Tony smarts because. Can Smart Dude. Iron Sue. Okay, whatever. But if You're wearing you. You're worrying about. I mean compared to the other ones compared to the other. I'm like we have to have a conversation, right? Polity? Assistant. Jarvis. It'll be right. I'm not saying it's a bad choice. I'm just saying we've got an hour the intelligence right and change the game. So now we have to. Talk because that can almost build the other stuff in there. Won't have but. But yeah. No, I just it is. One of those things that you know. When how they, how they explain it with him, showing them in the fact that all the pieces got put together. All part of the plane, which also when you think about what season was, it was the season for. that. I think it was four that fits explain time travel to us. Yes and tells why can't have told why can happen and so the fact that they? Figure that it can happen but then you see how they did it. It's like. Well, we did time travel. We also technically since you to another time stream, not the one that you are currently in to buy us some time to figure out the other stuff and I love that that one time when. They're the blue suits. Six. Yeah. A love when I saw that was like. Son of a bitch. There told us how they did it the whole time. Yeah. The entire time Tim, there. Yeah the entire teams there. You know the answer where we're pifer in footwork. Oh, the pipe looks at a fits and Sims when they come back come back and was like wait. You Commissioner Tom Again weren't you? Just. Love it. It's like wait a minute five minutes. It was was like five minutes ago. Self Bob. Reaction. Just like. I'm confused right same same way the yellow..

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"tom again" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout

Parenting Roundabout

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"tom again" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout

"Are you right handed or left handed I'm a left Eerie to review. Oh. nope. Right handed. Right handed. Well worry. I'm. Unique The interesting thing I'm finding out lately in my old age is that while I am a lefty for writing a use my right hand for almost everything else probably because I was taught to do things by right handed people or copied them. I brush my teeth with my right hand I mouse a computer with my right hand. Pretty much everything but writing I do with my right hand and lately I have had some pain maybe some arthritis or pre arthritis see stuff in my right wrist and I keep thinking oh good. It's my right hand. It's on my left hand. So it won't cause me any problems. It causes me province Tom Again, do anything, and it's like who knew I never knew how many things I do with my right hand until everything I do with my right at the start Kurt so So I guess. I. Don't I don't feel like I'm ambidextrous because I cannot right with my right hand at all but and currently you other things with your left like could use start brushing your teeth with your left hand. I've tried it is way clumsy. Whereas I suppose with time. I could in the short run, it would not be a lot of fun. So and I've tried even like blake trying to have a track pad computer I've been trying to do more stuff with my left hand, but it just doesn't feel right? Yeah. So it feels like trying to write with the wrong hand. So I wonder if other handed people I mean now I know they held left handed scissors and they have all different things to facilitate you. I think when when computer started having mice I, think they were always on the right side and now you can put the money either side but. While I know when I was teaching I remember nowhere I heard it or because I'm not left handed it it's far more tiring for kids with who are left handed to right because you're pushing the pen instead of pulling it across the paper. Yeah. We're always cognizant of that. The thing that I always notice about writing the lefty that's difficult is keeping your hand out of the ink rice you have to write in a really awkward way. Because otherwise you smear stuff and also if you're writing in a notebook that has like a strong binding on the left in, makes it really difficult. So other than that I don't really I don't know it makes me tired or or anything, but that is definitely a thing. So fortunately, you grew up in a time where nobody really cared what hands you wrote with I think my grandparents were forced to be right handed and I'm not sure about my parents but. Anyway I saw something on phase of the thought of this because I saw something on facebook the other day about all the ways left-handed people are special and like. It. Made me think about the language we use with special needs. Also, it's like I don't WanNa be special I just want to be like everybody else. Let down right hand. Who cares there's no you know just slept what color hair you. But interesting I thought maybe when you guys were to continue..

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"tom again" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"tom again" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Down the shore. What is that sensation that sensation line down? What is that sensation that signs Tom again together, Tom Just beautiful to die. Development together. Tom. I'm no longer afraid to die. That is all that I have left. Yes. Yes, no longer afraid to dance tonight. Is all that I have left..

"tom again" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"tom again" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

"I think he says I ever used it a bit. But but the it's the research was done in like the guy race sites have a four hundred strategic decisions my by my big name companies mainly listed not too many That I'm used abused by that if the strategy would strategy was not implied to us after was made after decision was made was not imply than than filed so The the the success right with that fifty percent so wanted to a major strategic investments succeeded which means to filed. And that isn't it. It is it is and while we're probably better than that's like not a nineties stats. What would probably better. It's more complex now so so I think it's a five from that. In fact McKinsey's has had Nothing to raise Bidwell backed. I did surveys of six. And they came out. That's the execs with sign of decision making better than sixty percent. Yeah there's all this research being done into how people make decisions and and Bossi's the Great Bengal Conman and I bill prize winner in his fantastic thinking. Fast and slow A shot at Tom. Tom Again of of how we feel ourselves. And in fact he's he's. I was too far away to help us thinking fast maintenance. You've got an rules of thumb. And which is essentially law. If you can't get all of that is disarming decisions you might die But it was trying to work out how he can have a traffic himself and others that this is the time you stop and think in fact. My book to saw was originally going to be cold. Stop and think someone told me out of it goes in any case. I love what you showcase new book which is about how to manage the risk veteran decisions. And your key. Model there the motivation clarification implementation components of risk management and the motivation piece. Surprise me a little bit as one of the risk factors you need to consider. Can you speak a little bit more to that? Like what is it about motivation that we need to consider when we're considering risks in decision making It's essentially answering the right questions. So the Y. Position Model was because every other muddle at at the didn't really too complicated for me and and pull not although he has great research book. Wa decisions filed. I say you can take. What's in his book about? Why decisions filing gets them toilet pipe or many roles. Ralph from seeing a camera and rottweiler Reagan stance which is is not particular help for so said. I built a model based on the the whole thing on this. We've got this tendency to go striped implementation. Good ideas out. Let's get it done without stopping to clarify what it is we're going to do. You know exactly. What are the prize concert? This could we do it another way? Bet Away completely different way but what we do even less waiting to sick. What's the motivation behind this decision? And we actually answering the question. So that's where that comes into many times In Risk Assessment you assessing a project or all or a strategic apply. Where the decision's already been made bodies ache and what I would say is a off be facilitating Trump's aboard restrict trump's by the tearing PA a terrible strategy or patching up Bedouin rather than helping get to a break decision because the decisions already might and someone said the might be wired about the decision just convince someone brought into the risk assessment and risk getting bad night as being negative whereas the reason all right. The book was to get in front of the could've inside a pip. Work with me on decision. Making a risk prices free so there's no actual response process like in in the national standard in this book. It's it's actually written for people who who doesn't know about risk and high risk management. People said that they can have some tool to help them. And then the risk prices are really good in that clarification circle clarification part of the model. So so what? I often found when doing workshops is that all the sudden obtaining these terrible strategy and all of a sudden everyone realize. We're answering the frigging question. The big issue is this guy down this alley so that is a long way to answer answer to. That's the what you need to clarify with. Motivation is what is the real question was answering with the intended decision. We want to make that right. So how do you get clarity on? How do you know if you're asking the question or not like I said in the book I talk about assessing might of isolation and it it depends on signed much of us These days I talk about. You've age which is your values your environment. Jane's so obvious acronym all phrase I sings come into play about how you feel at picking a particular top about a decision so the values are instilled in new value village family in the village you Janesville and and the is for the environment. So what happens is depending on the environment wherein AL decision making can shift a big way. So if you're gonNA survival mode that's why different thinking than when you're in happy tops and anyone who's worked in business with had experienced attainments and what behaviors are like teams when of good times bed. It's very different so the thing that we need to think about is the to clarify that. We're actually answering the question. Let's get the frame of mind understood. And that's and that's you know the veget- I'm a stand whether this is values driven if it's incentives driven Wha what's going on and then decided I let same answer. The right questions like clarifying the question before clarifying decision that they spent. That's the qualification. Out of the ball comes in. I think it's it sounds like revealing your biases and you're thinking filters before you actually tackle the problem exactly in fact what draws you create your mindset iman sick what but drowsy credits you might have. I might of I cry. Sponsorship months at Christ's blockers and the clarification so like ABC model is because as you move into clarification which there is people. It's risk assessment for finance people. It's the management accounting analysis that they do. I chop it's it's it's a culture survivor. Engagement survey procurement. Something something else. We will have tools to clarify stuff but I like the model for the point of view of getting to that point.

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"tom again" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"tom again" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Not Tom again it Cheryl McLaughlin substituting for Mister Spencer as he continues to recover from his stroke and I think he's getting a lot better I keep up with him on his CaringBridge site that's where he's at but I am a landscape designer and builder my company is called Kevin would landscapes and month on Sunday mornings at ten that's my regular show but I've been filling in for Tom since October and we are doing the same thing Thomas do and which is talking about your gardens and we are we have a caller on the line and if you guys would like to join in five one two eight three six zero five ninety and we also have a toll free line eight seven seven five ninety fifty five twenty five militant the central Austin for first color Bridget Hey Bridget good morning yeah I was calling with a couple of questions so in my front yard I got think Augustine grass so I have went skippers come out mobile on its staff but one of the things I spotted was we've got brown spots and bald patches in the yard that are showing up and I think that they said it might be fungus but I'm not sure would that be alright so I mean I don't know what else it could be if they just kind of turned out for a few weeks ago do you know if they put any kind of of chemicals on your lawn like weeding sheet or something like that I don't think so okay well if there's a fungus it's very typical this time of year called brown patch perfectly circular of area typically very circular and it is a disease that will pass away you know it goes it goes way when it gets hot but it is it leaves the runners alive but the blades of grass die so if you go out there and look at it if you can pluck off a leaf but the runners is still well rated that typically gonna be brown patch and a lot of times even if you're I cannot detect that readily that happens in a slight low spot in the yard okay but the worst thing you can do is let somebody put a chemical fertilizer on this this synthetic high nitrogen fertilizers really exacerbate the scenario okay okay yeah because I'm not actually sure what kind of descending finalized we are but I'm not sure what kind of battle it that is a very important question to ask them goals I don't know what your leanings are but I'm on organic gardener and he asked a and M. did a whole bunch of studies on the lawn fertilizers that compared the chemicals to your van right you've probably heard me say that before the time release organic fertilizers work better and they don't have this effect on fungal issues so okay you should ask them because they should do whatever you request we are and what kind of organic fertilizers would you recommend well there are several the granular they're really easy to put down there's one by Mateen there's one by let's see lady the garden ville there's several several organic time release of you know and they're available at the wholesale places if you're landscapers or shop in there okay and then my thank you so I that might be what it is I mean some of it is like so we're we've got rocks stones or whatever next to the grass the brown patches are spreading out of that and so I'm wondering the second question I had was they had someone come out and dig around in the yard and said that I had some sort of worms any our date and wanted to put an insecticide down but they couldn't tell me what kind of world because I mean obviously forms are great but what kind of warranties where they would be meeting room which that would be grubs and rubs can be any present in small numbers now what you have to do is dig a hole in one of the spots that you're worried about right and if you've got like ten grubs in the year they may have an issue is you have three to five grabs in there you probably don't have an issue so I don't know I would re evaluate those this is these bunch of red flags for me with this company I don't say who they are but there are good places that offer you know very low impact things like you don't want to put a broad pet spectrum pesticide I'm sure you don't know I don't this is why I'm calling because I I want to keep the arm organic and environment friendly as possible do you have any recommendations of landscapers can you say any no I cannot but if you go to a local nursery like you're in central Austin goes down to Barton springs nursery and talk to them okay and they'll have probably have a list all right okay all right thank you Bridget all right so I'm not sure Mumbai okay let's go to Georgetown and if you don't want to join in five one two eight three six zero five ninety and then how you doing I'm doing wonderful morning thank you for taking my call Sir I am I wanted to find out what the best way to get rid of males is there something that I can put down or do I have to actually welcome well you can trap them and you can even spray him with coffee yeah light coffee mixture just like if you have some left over coffee poured in a spray bottle and in order and it doesn't have to be a strong solution all up there and spray him with that that really messes with them but the same kind of pain that I have on my now they just calling on your house and on that day in the bushes and my flowers yeah we wanted that I bought you know that while ready player they pretty much devoured them the store they could blame the former rock they were blooming and here before they could make the team from the billions okay here's some other real easy things that you can do one of the things is to trap them so good deal on a shallow you know just one of those little pie plate yeah and until it was beer and they will crawl in there and drown some people swear by putting down an upside down cantaloupe or grapefruit you can use banana peeling so you can use a shred of cardboard and typically they'll cluster under there and then you can just go skip them into a bucket of soapy water okay okay so is it like the one that does that alone or does it not really that I mean so be water is if you if you put it in a bucket of it they're not going to get out of there alive but as far as the coffee stating your house I don't know I don't I think if you give them the falloff real quick you could.

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"tom again" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"tom again" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Come on. Let's get going. No more heat seeking media panic missiles. Let's come on CDC go look at their latest information. We can be okay here. We can socially distance. Get some Sun, we're GONNA. Be Good, here's job with the news. On the news. This is the headline news sponsored by Liberty, mutual, insurance only pay for what you need, so a big rule change to becoming the NFL this season. If the League's owners votes make it happen instead of going for an onside kick, teams would have the option of attempting to convert on fourth and fifteen from their own twenty five yard line. Down the key possession if they don't, the other team will take over from wherever the play ended and the percentage. Is Greater than I thought onside kick about ten to twelve percent. Four and fifteen. This is all quarterbacks. Not Patrick Mahomes Fifteenth close to twenty five thirty percent. It's funny, said Patrick. Okay quarterbacks. Like I feel good about Patrick. Mahomes doing that one. For everyone else over the past twenty four of the NFL's thirty two owners. To vote on at their next meeting, which will be held virtually on May Twenty eight just a few days. The owners vote on that. Yes, come on, owners! Let's get it. Let's go. Let's by the way it's another play. I get a quarterback on the field or a kicker in the hands team I just for me. I just feel like the inside. The onside kick has become so impossible to convert. It's like when they up. Words like whatever are a like this. Because, obviously there's a chance that like if they do converted, that's incredible, but for the most large just balance. Trying to make your wife happy impossible. Just just live your life. How I think it's pretty simple, just do what we say, that's it. Exactly. Exactly tell you what to do. What we tell you, yeah, it's just so simple. Just do what they say to do all the time it is. It's like like when you cook like you you. Have you have the recipe right there? But what I like this recipe, but instead I'm gonNA use all different ingredients with all different measurements and then when it comes out wrong. Happens that's the most accurate thing you've ever said. And that's not a shot at your sports, Sakes. You can make us happy. Just do what we say to do. It's. It's so simplistic an. Same Birthday. Which is so on? We're all copper coins. Over wrote. The proposal doesn't specify team has to be trailing to attempt. It's and There's a limit of two tries per game. So there are some stipulations there with it, but overall I think it's great, and they should definitely do it. So nfl rookies will have an either even bigger challenge transitioning to the league this year without the traditional off-season and Mike Tomlin says he is a lot of concerns about whether rookies will be ready to go in the season starts. The. Time to turn about. Developments in. Their abilities to contribute. Their ability to to to gain significant roles and the maintain those significant pros. Challenging the new circumstances more challenging the. Throughout. Journey will often realize. How significant or maybe insignificant? Work my tail off with the Pittsburgh. steeler rookies to make it as insignificant as. Well, this is why you and I both like all the veteran teams to win this year is I do think rookies are? Joe Berle start game, one NFL top division worse roster. It's not fair to over there up against it I mean the new. York, giants like that any team that has a significant change that has a new coach or new quarterback or a rookie at the quarterback position. It's it's going to be. Let me talk for them, and that's just the reality of it now. I think what he is referring to mostly. Is You know there's? There's a there's a step in speed a significant step up and speed I mean we were talking about. Gardner, mentioned earlier, and you guys bars thinking that they can play NFL quarterback up there. You know high school coach didn't give him the opportunity to get out there. There's a significant change and it's there's only so much you can learn in the classroom I. Mean you figure? The draft was four weeks ago so generally these. These guys would have been on a plane heading wherever it is that they're new team is and I. It's getting on the field and not everybody obviously not with all their bets and stuff, because it's still offseason, but they're. They're going to be a little bit behind I. It's it's going to be on the coaches and situations like Mike. Tomlin steelers a good strong organization and culture to to step it up once they get there. There and I think for the most part you would hope for the most part. Everyone is aware of the situation. We're all living in it that you're going to take extra steps to try and you know mitigate that as much as possible so the bucks offense isn't the only thing that will improve with the addition of Tom. Brady linebacker. Devon white says he's also excited to see how Brady can elevate teams defense next season. We. Not. Going to pick up support. In training. You know so we don't get better with. We'll try to him a little so I think having him in practice going against him. Make really bring our games out to. He's right. He's actually actually. Is it should also. If you know Jamie's talented, but through a of picks James put the defense in bad field position a lot. If Tom Again if a quarterback can extend drives. More time on the sideline the. Cover in Tampa too hot, so I mean a good quarterback, no question, especially chain mover can keep defenses off the field, but also to to what he's referring to in training camp in practice when you're going up against the greatest to ever do it and someone who is extremely accurate and doesn't make mistakes like that. You're going to elevate you in practice as well as. As defense like you're not going to be able to to make those plays impacts. You're going to have to work harder, and you know obviously James, but they're going up against their backups. WHO's Blaine Gabbert and Brian Griffin last year? So this is this is a step in, and not just you know performance, but also intelligence is football football intelligence that Tom Brady has so. I. I'm really I'm really excited to see what happens with the Bucks Somare, best watching the league it's going to be. It's GonNa. Be Awesome. It's going to be great guys. Women are easy to get along with so simple. Just just always do what we say. Just do what we say. Till Sunday, advocacy days to sleep. Do what I want. Joy with the news. Well, that's the news and thanks for stopping by. Heard lie coming up next. My former employer did a list yesterday. It took every, NBA Franchise and gave their all time starting five and two things the media does that wear me out. No context historically and no guts to make a tough call, all address both coming up. Be Sure to catch live editions. The heard weekdays at noon eastern nine am Pacific. Get your free credit score card. Even if you're not a discover.

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"tom again" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"tom again" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"Scarce until how many bobby that there's no answer the maritime emergency resin. Uk appeal was got through skiffs. Approach again the radar like compared to hanks is a natural performer. But is always Tom Hanks. But your performance as like the first mate or whoever you were there was something that I always remember that really. That guy is going to be successful and of course I proved to be right. That's how I like to think but Amanda My Wife's who you know are close you. She told me she doesn't think like your performance in that movie. Is that true? Well first of all thank you. Thank you thank you. That is the sweetest thing Jason Tonight. Just me next Nevada. My heart that it's such a lovely compliment. I have gone in in in phases ships with how I feel about my performance. I love that sound. It was really hard to make in both good and and difficult ways. I think there were moments when I was probably scared. Like I think I can see it in my face. Sometimes I think it's appropriate for the character but it. I never made anything like it in the way that Paul Greengrass. It's almost all improvisation and He really it's the coolest thing ever. He made us learn everything we could've out. Not only those events that happened over those couple of days but about being an actual merchant seamen. In so that you could know how to be doing your job leading wrote and then when Shit hits the fan and you can react to it but it wasn't just about like Oh. How do I respond Somali? Pirates attacking because that rarely happens. You gotTa know how to like. Do the stuff that you do every day and so there was a lot of crap and we were shooting completely on a real working merchant ship. the real ship that was attacked as the mayor. Scall- Obama and the Shipping Company. Maersk gave us a ship called the Maersk Alexander and we were shooting off the coast of Malta. You're staying in Malta. Going out into the Mediterranean everyday. So you were GONNA be stuck on his ship for fourteen hours and there's nowhere to hang out. I mean there's no again like it's a huge Hollywood movie but there's no there's no comfortable chair even to set and there's no catering Lee. Were eating in the mess hall with the actual Merchant seamen. Who were you know navigating the ship every day? So you just get work and you wouldn't even know what was initially. GonNa be senior shooting day and Paul kind of look at us and garlic. So what should we do today but ways and you know you just has to improvise for so long doing talking about stuff you sort of know about but like not an actual merchant marine. No I like my performance in it. I think it's just it's so vulnerable as an actor to watch yourself and I think sometimes in a experience where maybe giving an authentic performance it you feel so naked and when I watched it I just cringe a little because I'm like Oh God that's me that's me in all of my humanness like good and bad and maybe felt real and authentic to you watching which. I really appreciate some me like. It's like when you hear your own voice like when I used to have an answering machine back in the day and you you'd come home and you simone call on year the outgoing message like that's what I sound. Are you kidding me? Oh my God and so I probably dislike most of my performances that I loved making. It was just the most unique experience ever as an actor. Getting to run around on a container ship in the middle of the sea. It was crazy Wa. I think that story is incredible that you told about that making of that and I think you're right. It's funny how two sides the same coin for being in the audience at the time I think that and that's an. I didn't really remember that. Paul Paul greengrass film. It makes a lot of sense now like you know. United Ninety. Three or other films of his are so naturalistic. Probably what he saw in. You was that ability to to be that real feeling in that moment and and I think that he's probably smart enough to know that if you had some youthful vulnerability it would end up playing exactly the way. It does in the film because that's what I responding to as a as an audience member and I can imagine that's a lot harder to to be that way. Onscreen than to just be like in a stylized Coen brothers performance where the more you know. I'm grateful that I shot it when I did in my career because I had done some zone. Gv stuff didn't know my way around that that well and so I didn't realize how an orthodox the shooting methods were and I think for Tom. There were times when he would be like wait so the winter we getting my close up like when are when are we covering this and now we already got it in time about what. What do you mean like we never laid down marks like? I never in Vietnamese got it. We got everything covered it and so it's it's just that documentary style. Greengrass thing there multiple handheld cameras going at all times. And you're never gonNA NEVER GONNA cover it in a traditional way and I think now if I was on that set I would be like wait but we never went. When do we shoot my side of that? When do I get deliver my performance right when I get to shed that single tier when I know that the close ups on me and my makeup looks good it was just it was such a raw environment? Oh my God hang incredible too and he was. I spent a night on the ship. Just meantime one time got cove Ed. Michael emailed him just to be like. Hey hope you're okay. Tom Emailed back within. How many minutes? Michael has an hour. Maybe yes Michael then. Email Tom Again. And then we woke up to an email from doug so sweet soci- into show you the kind of guy who he is. He was immediately. Like how are you? Where are you going are you okay? How'd you I can't thank you enough for doing this? It was it was as special meaningful as I knew it would be going into it because you guys were both such special people and so warm and emily knowing that you tried to wriggle off the hook and you sat through this entire thing is so impressive to me. I give you so much credit. Hey thanks I'm delighted to be here and I love hearing no. This has been awesome. I've had a delicious time guys. Thank you so much stay safe. I hope that we return to normalcy soon. Look forward to seeing you on screens large and small in the near future. All Right Jason. Thank you for having us. Thank you guys thanks. Well take care man gotta get back. Sure easy do. I know that you will well the dude abides.

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"tom again" Discussed on AstroC?bala C?smica

AstroC?bala C?smica

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"tom again" Discussed on AstroC?bala C?smica

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"tom again" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"tom again" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"With a bit of fifty two to go Tom again is with the call of the Sixers radio network make it twenty eight two would hold for Philly they did the next one fifty one oh six Tobias Harris had thirty four seven seven in the win thunder over the kings one twelve one await Danilo Gallinari at twenty four Pacers beat the Blazers one oh six one hundred the mark to supporters had twenty and eleven meanwhile the NBA fined the Timberwolves twenty five grand they violated the league's player resting policy marking the first time the league's enforce the load management role the violation occurred when the Timberwolves rested deangelo Russell son forward Kelly Oubre junior might miss the rest of the season because of a torn meniscus in his right knee college hoops and number three consecutive said yeah go ninety four fifty nine number nineteen Michigan loses at home to Wisconsin eighty one seventy four fourteen point Oregon beach Oregon state sixty nine fifty four number twenty one Colorado loses at cal seventy six sixty two number twenty three Ohio state beats Nebraska seventy five fifty four on the ice blues of the islanders in overtime three two preds beat the flames in overtime for three jets three nothing over the capitals Bruins beat the stars forty three senators five two of the Canucks wild seven red wings one Blackhawks five two of the lightning Rangers beat the Canadians five to two hundred Berman every day you have a choice listen to your co workers or listen the extra sports thirteen hundred stream your favorite shows on your computer at thirteen hundred.

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"tom again" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"tom again" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Tom again as with the calls on the Sixers radio network in overtime Philadelphia wins a thriller and maybe it's this game that give them a spring board now launching point and they play up to their potential because let's be honest to and this is one of the team's wildly inconsistent in the first half and and nearly is underperforming according to its own expectations I don't even meet expectations from outside their own locker room Philadelphia is now thirty five and twenty one and if they're going to succeed in what is a top heavy Eastern Conference they're going to need more games like they got from Joe well and be tonight he can be this dominant can you do it on a regular basis thirty nine points sixteen rebounds arm phone is a lot of things on the issue I have not been smiling as much us the previous year thought doesn't mean that not having fun though things are going well so just the ball you know just playing basketball why with well let's see if moving forwards Joe well and beads and the Sixers play basketball the right way they certainly put themselves in a bit of a hole now they aren't far behind the heat in the Eastern Conference standings in fact right now they have one more lost than the heat you consider the heat fell earlier to the hawks and so those two spots in the east four and five right now our extremely tight but the Sixers are twelve and a half games back of the box and if the playoffs started today which they do not or any time soon the Sixers would be on the road to start the post season so this is that it's a first half that is been full of adversity a little bit of infighting from snipping some sniping and the pressure getting to them it doesn't seem like that would be the case but they've also had some roster changes to can they settle into a groove I mean there's no fourteen games about five hundred but they set the bar pretty high and they keep getting asked about put under performing as well which has to be annoying at some point so we'll see if this is a launching point it's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio in overtime the Sixers beat the nets we already knew the nets were is biding their time too strong maybe not because they weren't going to have Kevin Durant for all of the season more than likely but they also went and spent the money on and carry Irving in the hopes that he could get into a groove get comfortable in Brooklyn with some of his other teammate and then they wouldn't view is that the scoring of Kevin Durant into this one up and turning to odd NBA finals contender in the twenty twenty one season the problem is no matter where Kyra Irving plays he continues to have injury problems in and now it's the net even if you consider this a throwaway season more of a precursor to what's coming next year with Kevin Durant returning to the court I mean this can't be what the meds wanted with Tyree the last you does visit was specialist and it's been determined that he will have office cover surgery on his shoulder and be out for the minus he's obviously upset about this and you know we're here to support ham support the process moving forward.

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"tom again" Discussed on Q95

Q95

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"tom again" Discussed on Q95

"What you did want to look like you strip in the black and. Santa do is respond Philipsson principal dancer look good friend of the show and I went to a breakfast buffet at a strip club one time in grand rapids Michigan. name names and I'm guessing I'll say Jami Tom again. okay but the strippers in the morning it was like three or four in the morning three or four yeah it was more of an end to the night okay but it was a breakfast buffet and and that food was way better than it had any right being listed in what bar. the only guy. to get the win. yeah I wasn't bad. so the other guy making me almost yeah you're right. yeah you can imagine he's probably so sick of the women and they all yeah yeah I I had a friend who was a DJ yes at a strip club you know yeah Jim and he got he just the drama of the deal yeah that come up I can't believe you play that's not that's my son galaxy in the run up to him no clothes on. yeah. you'd be thinking all the to be tons of a side benefit never. as a result yet all right yes yet by him he might he might as well have been a broom stick. they just. no all humanity whatsoever I can't believe that's yours girls girls as my son you pray. the missile been a toilet plunger I did two weeks alone new place in Atlanta. this whole or rewrite amend your downloading or wait a minute I was all new. two weeks it was. DJ no good comedy at an all nude resort no it was an all new districts club in Atlanta yeah call the federal good in. okay so where did you fit did. they want to do comedy I did it the next week because Billy Gardell a lot of people have done it it was horrible we all hated it you do like a five ten minutes every hour. no one. just between the girls yeah it was horrible that that is down and watch and that was that they did have much of a clientele it was just weird. bare **** naked. we'll talk to you. you can't get. there is a next on can you see my sis and well thank you very much well that's that's difficult Kristy Lee once again now what do you got going over there have you ever dreamed of vacationing at the North Pole. well now you can this new luxury lodging at the top of the earth though is gonna cost yeah it's a hundred and five thousand dollars a night well in April when temperatures at the North Pole may reach a balmy forty five degrees north pole igloos hotel will pop up for one month only featuring ten heated dome shelters with skylights were stargazing I Jane Han again founder of travel company luxury action told CNN travel the north pulls the one the most exclusive travel destinations in the world for years with a straight face Huggins agency is the brains behind the adventurous accommodations why would anyone want to go there no poll what would you do. you can't really go out well my degrees that is the is the point of the book there so many stars to look at I guess pull over and something for the. and brag about I guess now do you think you get to see Santa for a hundred and five thousand you better hello. rob. you're gonna get Mrs Claus yeah that's a night I mean you would be like wow I like it a drop kick a penguin how the hell do you get what would you do it would you drop kick a penguin no our goal does that include airfare. whole seems a little steep for me. your all the banking by the head yeah. hang one with the with the club you club the penguin the video yeah. yeah I had I wouldn't club one but they try to swing out not our set was South Pole anyway as you can all may be. lover under five thousand dollars they can ship one out of one hundred five hundred ship of a boy scout troop of four hundred and five thousand dollars is like does that come with polar bear repellant yeah. to the penguins did you watch the race Hey all of its faults. animation wired. kept the penguins they wanted in cages. if you get one of these North Pole igloos you get a cozy cabin on suite bathroom on site manager wilderness guide we have seven even hotel security so I guess they do come here. hundred five thousand dollars let's keep in the head and after. if if a burglar wants to rob you. let him have it exactly if you have a door. you see above all else security polar bear dressed as a man or drug one room now you were not. I can make this a little better is a complete package includes a two night stay on the island of somewhere in Norway call two hundred. hundred five.

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"tom again" Discussed on The Property Couch

The Property Couch

13:55 min | 2 years ago

"tom again" Discussed on The Property Couch

"Been various levels of Sauk over the last decade certainly not to the same level as Melbourne in Sydney. What what's your what's your boss to people who planning difficult to not lie when Birmingham stay out of the market when everything's not so booming well I think success I I would suggest try? I was used to try. Try to knock you into all this noise is the media left on this negative negative negative news. I have learned to not to into the mice and yeah so I I know I know I have a strategy of of my I just go with it basically get concerned by short term fluctuations you just you're on the pros and if cash flow says you'll good you'll you don't care what the Curia Mouse is on the Front Pie kill the Sydney. The Morning Herald says you just keep going. No I don't I don't I don't care what they say. I I read. I read then but I just basically so shooting so he's basically you know you have to always get ready for the for the next move so we'll ask no every time they manufacture equity true subdivisions or true building on Beacon Block. We will always go back to the bang. Get The property you re venue and refinance it an uplift equity <unk> equity up nick that was in the offset accounts and then they will fund our next project all nick purchase. We've we've just been through a credit crunch rot had it. How did you rod the credit crunch well hot hot and I I myself as a struggling investor yeah yeah so I've exhausted the main banks first bank? I've exhausted the second tier banks even just so now I my knicks loan. I need to obtain as vice by Mortgage Booker T. Bank so look and that's also part of the challenge of replicating replicating what you've been doing todd credit market but you know we won't share the fall numbers but I can give you an idea that the line to value ratio you sitting around fifty one percent so when you've got a portfolio that it's of the soy's it's it's it's producing positive cachefly in thousands and thousands of dollars each month so I guess that's a good news story and that's been out of our wealth you even the credit conscious is hate. You still able to get it google finance because you've demonstrated skill set of being able to to do the work the united to doing and get the results you have now so. I think that's a credit to you and well done. I'm just wanting here. There's a couple of nonbelievers thought you've got one. You'd I believe in. What do you call it hot spotting? Sorry I mean we do respect I know because I doesn't doesn't go in line with our strategy which is to add value me manager equity almost way so for those out participants always near the way we are in Brisbane we didn't we spent we always stick <unk>. We didn't hang case of responding C._B._D.. So that I can you can add value bench equity to it by subdivisions or by building a working on a plan to you earlier point so my l. v._r.. Of yet of fifty one percent yes that is true of course manufacturing equity to always projects but does that the data product of the other benefit of message of all these projects is actually ended up with a property that deliver a higher bent that you so yeah so basically if you look at my overall renter you is five point eight percent so I can. I can give Zampa if for property we built in Cam help <unk> six case east of <unk>. There was a twenty four. You're still be we bought the land for forty and we built a full bay two and a half bus up house could finishes the bill cost was four hundred ten thousand it was a completed the same year Rebecca the bang into a former evaluation and he came in at one point three five million so we manufactured between two percent or one nine hundred thousand an equity buyer also also the house is being rented at nine ten per week now that generate <hes> when I rented you of five point six percent compared to if you go out with market and buy a new house in the same area they will generate four the six percent meant that you so that you're such a one bay to help us your strategy US benefits in a number wise but one is you add value to you create yield 'cause you've actually increase the yield of the land so you've going from one to two or three in some cases you actually you actually create depreciation and in the car depreciation environment that's that's just go and then the full thing you'd Actually Credit Standard Siamese because you've you've actually turned apples into Apapa rod so if you were to than enter into the market at the level you'd be paying hearts deputy so you've got those <hes> those wonderful benefits from what you're doing. Hey I'm Jay you think that you could replicate your strategy in the current <hes> because I'm always always think there's <hes> Benadryl I <hes> have built two hundred twenty almost two hundred thirty episodes hopefully around Evergreen Principles wrought emigrate principles that apply in any market in any country in any scenario whereas we we get the luxury of interviewing bring people who I would craft out a portfolio deny certain period of time that in some cases cannot be replicated again so my question to you is what you've achieved from the point of view that you say. Do you feel that you could re replicate. What do you think that you are the beneficiary of a a moment in time? That's worked well for you know I. I don't think I've done is rocket science if I can do it and show show humble but I'm talking you bet you know the the the opportunity credit environment where that when we were in the saw Cole over sorts of things do you. Do you think what you've done is evergreen. What do you think it was? I am it was it was a moment in time I think the mall for myself I think may come through an end of what I can do because they're probably reached the loans <unk> sweetie that many banks would not want to look at unless you know and as I <music> as a big change in income oh so all all maybe I will come in going to subscribe nights. I'm over property sell some of the poorer evolving one and then use the funds to do another project in Nick may work for me <hes> yeah so I think he's I still got some some of guessing pink test. You can still go in finer details in and they wanted to fall as a couple of things I mean in in crafting base tops plans for calling since iphone waclaw she was an acting base decides someone who's you've manufactured the equity because you've been willing to give out your personal time on <hes> and you've made it into a business route and and that's been how you've been able to to to be out of doing this and I think that's a full credit to you. It's a credit to knowledge building a knowledge executing learning from mistakes assessing your opportunity problem solving and then building dot com site. That's a that's a great story. There are obviously other people who wanna be passive investors who just want to sit back and let them thing and I think that's the message for mate if always look at your portfolio al-anon side. Could you do this again yes but I think he would need more time in other words. I don't think that so just to give you an example this. She alighted this year. We got to what's called a full disclosure credit regime which means that all the banks well actually share each other's and all of the lenders will basically share credit falls on every Australian so whereas some <hes> some <hes> borrowers if they've got company borrowings wanted disclose that on their personal applications etc etc all that's GonNa come out in the wash now so we're going to say exactly the sort of levels of debt that h individuals holding and I think that's going to change against all it says to me is because you've been Outta do decide quickly and I before news is a credit to you in terms of moving from Singapore into Australia but I think you could still do it but it's just GonNa take a long period of time you know and that's I think that's been a change of macy's age <hes> Wayne Consistent on principles but the realities that it's just GonNa take a little bit long the dice that you can potentially invest quickly and and gear as aggressively as some people do a whole high risk <hes> gone and it just means that you're going to be able to buy fuel properties. Nobody's over a period of time but you can still supplementary income <hes> bog automaton which might be sixty five ninety. That's a really good message which is a great little segue into my final question. which is what is the aim gang for you and awash in terms of wind wind is saying what what is it? An income target is that I time target. What's the story of you good question? Ben Have Not Thought Bowie yet so yeah we keep going. You know we still both MOGAS. Neo gainfully employed ran join what we are doing at look though Evian join this this vestment Jenny so yeah we keep going and <hes> and yeah when I prepared a special for you and that is like a check for me agree with you. Check me in now say oh well under fifty one percent Elvia and two highpoint percent over all that you could I could going. I didn't have a dollar sign in mind to how much to retire and and retire what you do so yeah so we could go in and see what brings so so. Can I just get to land a little bit because you came from humble beginnings. You've you've landed in Australia. You've done a remarkable job of building something that you know we. We say a lot of portfolios. The following is in this business and we really say when lock these <hes> and yet you've probably and let me know if I'm putting words in your mouth but you've probably achieved what was that you originally set out to achieve which which was united to get yourself in a position of <unk>. I think we should be replaced during you could probably do that now comfortably so it's interesting that you haven't necessarily reset the go because I'm certainly the view that just stopping doing nothing and sitting bought the bike shops of saint at Tom and Tom Again from people that just unsightly bold so I get that you need to get you on ticking. I have a bit. Perhaps perhaps that's something that might be useful for you to reset you set what the next goal is because otherwise how much is enough. You are not in theory do I but I did. I heard from your podcast yet. I think you mentioned two thousand five hundred passive income income per week. Possibly enough in today's in today's dollar is right so for some people. It's not enough for some people that's exactly it depends on your lifestyle or your lifestyle yeah later when you retire so at this point we're still young mid forties so Sinai just been so cool even all fossil now. I'm out not the same title but let's you forty six forty seven seven hundred seventy one but the there is another important thing that we do need to share you know children <hes> he's plans for family or maybe not now. It's probably too late now so we two puppies two dogs in the row folic children so that helps with cash flow. That's that's the reality that's when people sort of listening here and they got how they doing these if they you know I own huge incomes now it's not huge incomes Gordon voting comes but h child is gonNA cost anywhere between three hundred and fifty thousand to five hundred thousand dollars depending on school and sort of extracurricular activity so that can have a big impact and obviously begin on lending but when when there's no dependence you'll borrowing powers is significantly high on and we've always said the value of residential.

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