22 Burst results for "Twenty Nine Months"
"twenty nine months" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"So how much did you owe the kgb irs. I think is around fifteen sixteen thousand over a period of couple of years. Yeah what'd you say self employment self employment without paying the taxes get you. Those was an awesome point. You buy you right there so all right very cool so what happened. Twenty nine months ago. That lit this fuse. Well it starts a little earlier than that. We met each other end of end of april in two thousand eighteen. We got to know each other. Pretty well and catherine realized i was in a pretty poor financial state and made her pretty nervous. Emotional this a yeah my bad decisions. Okay and where we know. The irs was already set up. Okay yes it was and she told me no. I think if we're going to have a future relationship with each other. I am nervous about your finances in your debt. That was so sweet. I'm i'm speechless. That's awesome instead of like going to if you don't fix this you're out somebody told you. That's a phrase. that's a great frame. Buddy told you that your values were important and then hitching yourself to a giant lead cement block that was going to get thrown into river wasn't a great idea. Who taught you that. I mean we both grew up in great financial household. Okay so we had really good wrong. You're you're a boundary but the delivery own that too. It wasn't like fix issue jerk. It was so sweet..
Fyre Festival fraudster produces podcast from prison
"Google jumped up to number three Google podcasts. So we had said it won't point time. We thought the top three would eventually be apple podcast spotify Google happened a little sooner than I thought Google podcast is now the third biggest podcast APP. Lipton's Rob Walsh unveiling the company's download statistics in the feed. It is though still five times smaller than spotify the number two according to lips in which case sixty two percent of its downloads from the US total downloads to pocket casts dropped below one percent. spotify removed four Cunanan related podcasts after insider contacted the company cure on on as an unfounded conspiracy theory launched yesterday quake is a new subscription podcast company with tune a half million dollars in seed funding. It launches with six exclusive shows and will sell access for four dollars ninety nine a month. Loop media? Has. Speaker. That's S P K R. it's a podcast APP that plays short clips of podcasts to help you discover new ones. They've also announced their own podcast studio. PODCAST movement virtual kicked off yesterday with keynote from Edison research is Tom Webster. He unveiled a slide showing the podcasting share of all audio listening is now the highest ever six percent of all consumption. Fittingly, it was also world statistics day yesterday, second keynote session podcast movement virtual emerging podcast markets across the world panelists, Norman Chela from Malaysia. pod Lovers Asia. podcast pull the Rogo from Kenya who runs the pulse for NHS newsletter and neural net from Spain from the Boutique podcast publisher laycock Lara, music currently in the middle of several productions for Dino audible and others. Todd Cochran and wrote Greenlees news media show will be recorded later today at podcast movement virtual. Be joined by among others sounds profitable 's editor Brian bar letter and poured news is. ME. We've an ice page all about imbedded players for your podcast. All the contacted us with an interesting note if you use the embedded spotify plan, if the listener isn't locked into spotify, that play won't appear within spotify for podcasters just measures locked in users. No worries though for podcast hosts with pass through putsches, most of them, it'll still count they're. And podcast newsroom and the Billy McFarland's the convicted fraudster the fire festival he's been in the Elkton Federal Correctional Institution for the last twenty nine months. But with Jordan Harbinger, he's done a podcast from prison cold dumpster fire promising to set the record straight. The Joe Rogan experience is on pause until at least next week after Jamie Vernon show producer tested positive for covid nineteen nobody else's tested positive and Rogan himself hasn't been in the studio for the past nine days. Guardian Australia has launched in the wait a new podcast series telling the story of the forgotten refugees indefinitely stranded in Indonesia as a result of Australia's border crackdown and case closed has returned for season three focusing on an intriguing crime within the Hamish mish community. In Ohio, it's based on the book a killing in a mish country,
Lessons From Surah Qaf Ustadh Irshad Hussain
"Today show. We're going to be discussing the six key themes of Ceuta off. We are living time where this lotto change going on. The world order has changed. The world stopped unless because of this covert nineteen plagued affected us. But it really shows the Have Fragile in our life his Sudoku off reminders. Over Direction again showing. How fragile is undermined us in six key? Themes this SURA. This chapter is early monkey suit on and the process them he would love to recite it every Friday at fragile so if the greatest man that ever walked love to recite it we Friday. That means that in his habit or reciting Friday this great lesson in it for us like I said this sura can split into six main themes verse one to five those who denied life after death then the second part versus eleven is evidence of resurrection that we can see in in life itself on Earth than the third theme was twelve to fifteen reminds us of previous nations denied the resurrection of what happened to them and they themselves in their time so that they were the greatest and they were never going to be distracted. Change will challenged unless showed them how Friday life over destroying them then verse sixteen to Twenty Nine Month old describes us how mankind will be accounted for the day of judgement for the diversion and the Korean who tries to use guide. People now he was saying
Most feel good about the economy but not the state of the country
"The president must be brought to heel the nation must be safe I guess the nation must be safe from the lowest unemployment from nineteen sixty nine and the addition of thirteen trillion dollars to the economy I guess we have to save America from that somebody who can help explain what is the logic of the political elites today is perhaps one of the greatest writers we have today a classicist in his own right senior fellow at the Hoover Institution you've seen him almost every night on television he is professor Victor Davis Hanson professor welcome to America first thank you grab the bastion I'm you've written a piece of the fabulous website American greatness called top get trump forever having read it it raised in me a very simple question I see the president's defense team doing sterling work this week we have fabulous America's scholars such as Alan Dershowitz we have former especial councils like Kenneth Starr who have given very solid lectures lectures I would've enjoyed in graduate school very professorial very fact based the history of impeachment and I thought to myself why is there anything that the president's defense team could say that would change the minds of those who wish to remove the duty elected president from the White House are only for the fact that there's four five senators are there is maybe thirty or forty house members who are you know they have been aware of political reality and are in need of states are congressional district don't wanna can put a cold from the congressional district I put my fault publican lost in a Democrat one Republican is one name is way ahead poll hello I I think that's the only thing it's not about actual crimes it's for a variety of one complex reasoning across town wait until November because I take very agreed upon probably blooms Alexian inn for about eight years of the progressive project pretty much junk for generations and they're just not just one tap on powerful so we go to all these **** drummer do not moment calls twenty nine month Michael Kohn Michael I'm not a tax returns impeachment you were just never yonder worn out because the outlook the alternative Sebastian I guess it's Bernie Sanders on the stone for the new green beer or revelations are apologize for young speech by a little more we don't have much our angle control of the catastrophic miscalculation the ball could be able to stay home and I love should clue without thank you hello they may get and then when I got to lose they're not they called while com there do what we did and how it's gonna be bipartisan and you go do whatever we want the United and they will come and get you look knowledge just giving a call out the kitchen sink speeches always been practical moves on on and I'll talk to quit cold cold creams and broadly our public schools the abuse of power right in Congress but that didn't go anywhere and then made a really crowd because your mistake and betting everything on Adam shell because the more you hear in the less you like it he appeared on the number you can't tell the truth and he's been caught so many cons non and I don't think they want I really don't think they want because I think they want to end on Friday and then say it's really a good we did get a chance to call witnesses but the downside I don't think Adam Schiff wants to go up there on the old and then have the whistle blower band on all give Mary versions of how this functionality because are not compatible with talking to press a Victor Davis Hanson of the Hoover Institution all for all of of the case for trump you need to read this book you you built your career as a historian historian of military history of of of the ancient civilizations of of the Greeks this is the bedrock of western civilization then let me ask you a very simple question that is my concern there is this theory of of social contract that there there are written and unwritten ways of doing business and and and western civilization is built upon them if one of the two parties in the system not a fringe party not the Libertarian Party not not Ross Perot but one of the two party says that we will impeach the president because we count we in the at the ballot box isn't that the shredding of the social contract or even the original call product on which the Republic was founded what what does this do on the long term for the United States professor Hanson well I think if you read our federal sixty five and sixty circle how we can serve them and other essays at the time about impeachment I thought it would be very where very hard to do that's one name that tune because you have to have it how old six separate crafter and they didn't think it looks to be the opposite they didn't envision that some of the opposition party trickle of the house would be a European Parliament terrible but not that's what it's become and there's a lot of Republicans we believe the appropriate approach doesn't want the Democrats so I imagine that the next time we have a democratic president and there are any legal gonna consider doing that because it's now going to be the most off the laundry vintage one as we know it doesn't exist anymore it's been transmog apart in the dictionary yeah but hi this is the way it is and remember we have no special counsel report no bipartisan support you have no public support need this approach currently W. peaks of the nineteenth century of course come president and will premiere Alexian it was just awesome we have in the basement we are not in the house Judiciary buttonholes intelligence committee to selectively things by Alan ship so we just it's just patently dishonest asymmetrical one and I think they're gonna pay a price for me home is on his way to a seventy nineteen seventy two or nineteen eighty four reelection well that's exactly the mangled that's exactly the next question I wanted to see professor if if nothing else exogenous happens if there's no massive external crisis if the economy state keeps going the way it's going and the president is reelected in two hundred and seventy seven days what do you expect the effect to be the knock on effect on these people will will live suddenly be Damascene moment where they say okay we got it wrong way sorry the media the left and will behave ourselves could it get worse and and really how could it get worse well here is the story we just have to ask what did they do after seventy two when they got the winner should not my government a surgeon on both the Compaq we never we haven't won since JFK and us you have a democratic guy with a southern accent DJ can you call the right and unions kind of a central St eighty four the left four my gosh school's out and they did it again with the caucus and then they they didn't do it again I got a guy with a southern accent so I think they'll be a lot of people who say the A. L. C. when school's out and you want to let you wrecked the blue dogs but I don't I'm not sure the demography and the changing twenty first century landscape allow that to happen the Democratic Party is so the Jacobin party control no quality and I don't know if they they kind of extinguisher liquidate all of the people want in all single barrelled omegle dinosaur the nominee list anymore and the people in there a light might exist like Bloomberg S. inviting has been scouring the exits images from renouncing or the prior cell because I don't know if there's anybody left the use of the for a different one with her late and have to come and say you guys destroyed the Democratic Party it's kind of a lot of one whether the Republicans take the house of course Brian's got fifty fifty chance of doing ten cameras on them as well can a pragmatist with a southern accent save the Democrats about trounced this November we shall see first we have to win the election those who believe in the make America great again agenda with talk to professor Victor Davis Hanson senior fellow at the Hoover Institution and the author of the case for trump will be back with a good professor in a
"twenty nine months" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"He's on the line in Charlotte North Carolina free you way to go thank you so very cool how much did you pay off thirty five thousand six hundred forty dollars and fifteen cents in twenty nine months good for you and your income range during that are two and a half years I started out at seventy five thousand and then and then at ninety thousand good for you what do you do for a living I am a project manager very good yeah great job very cool what kind of that was the thirty six thousand I had about thirty five hundred on a student loan two credit cards totaling about twenty thousand dollars and a car right around twelve thousand wow very good yeah so what happened you twenty nine months ago that got you this fired up Dave I had a squirrel's air Hey I would go to town on work and I had a friend staying at my house to watch my dogs and she told me that she heard something in the attic and I called some exterminators and describes what she had heard him when she had heard it they said this sounds like gray squirrels and if it is it's going to be anywhere from two thousand to fifteen thousand dollars to fix this depending on how bad it is and I haven't even been there yeah they hadn't been there just you know based on the time of day that she was hearing the noise and everything yeah right yeah so I have Mr Maynard come out and examine my house and luckily it was nothing she must have heard something on the roof but it was a wake up call that I needed to get my act together for shore for sure so if you had a squirrel emergency you weren't ready I was not ready okay okay I'm in this sense so what happened then so I talked to my sister about the situation and she told me to listen to this guy named Dave Ramsey so I'd been sure podcast for about six hours and over the course of the six hours I tried to prove you wrong about a million times and it didn't work you prove me wrong every single time and I just decided you know what what I've been doing has in the working I'm gonna give this a shot and so I just dove in and here I am twenty nine months later wow how's it feel amazing amazing it was scary to embark on this journey I started out in a single and the idea of going to be in the rice and not having a life and making all the sacrifices did not sound appealing in the beginning but I knew I had to do something to get my my finances on track so then I got my friend who thought she heard squirrels are bored and so we we still had fun along the way ended free things but yeah now I'm out of debt and life is good while waiting Gallo congradulations we tell people the number one key to getting out of that is I'm I think the key is finding a plan that works for you I had been living above my means for years and I had twenty thousand dollars of debt and credit cards to show for it I had also been trying to get out of debt for years and I still had twenty thousand dollars of debt to show for it so what I was doing was not working and I just needed a plan that was going to force me to change my behavior and at the same time show me those quick one from beginning so I would stick with it and follow through and that's exactly what this dead and I wouldn't change a thing very cool Hey we're proud of you well.
"twenty nine months" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Our hardware technicians one of our computer technicians ready to do a debt free scream congratulations Sir thank you very very proud of you so in between times that you fix all the computers I break you manage to pay off some debts a little bit yeah I laugh with you guys that we have one guy assigned at my office just to fix all the mechanical things I break the computer things are break Josh's actually that guy yeah yeah you know someone shows up the mall was pretty regular so much grew up but Josh how much debt to be paid off and up a hundred four thousand wow good for you I had no idea and how long did this take twenty three months very powerful when you're single I am in your whole just turned twenty nine months ago all right so before your thirtieth birthday now that so what kind of debt was this I had two cars and a master's degree low okay cool and your masters in what information security network or network defense of course there is that's what one of the things you work with here on the show very good good for you wow excellent very cool sure you bet here of about twenty four months only been here I have I guess three years almost okay hello yeah so it wasn't long after you came here then that you decide you're gonna pay all this off yep so being in this environment you don't really have a choice is like positive peer pressure you're on a call this is true yeah yeah you you got you got to you know shave your head drinker light around here we will check your budget or anything nobody's been pushing me on it but it's just a positive environment for for getting out of debt so tell me about it what did you do to get out of that well one of the cars actually before I moved up here one of the reasons why I moved up here wasn't with really nasty divorce for started here it was a car that I was bequeathed which had my name on it so I sold that one as quick as I could and then just hopped on the baby steps and started working for it the good news is when you're single you don't have to talk anybody into it the bad news is there's nobody making you do it yeah I will say though my team here is phenomenal they were all of my like an accountability partners anytime I come out with a if you have friends came to come up with another way to pay off debt or something that I wanted to buy their like no justice to the plan you've got it just keep going down grand hustle grand baby grand good for you so you're in the middle of this every day and you're fixing all the computers of all the people who helped us and installing all the new hires you computers and all that all the people that help us get all of this done so you see a lot of the inside workings of this place and you've done it yourself what do you tell people the key to getting out of debt it motivation lake as eventually you're going to run out of title so quit building more that's and actually picked up from some in my team Jimmy Carter it was one of his sayings this quick quick building more tunnel have actually you'll find the light at the end yeah keep it up yeah which means you'll never get there that's like you can't get out of the whole world again at the bottom okay I got it good saying Jimmy all right very good good stuff fun fun will congradulations thank you how's it feel man this is the most surreal feeling like you know I I work here so I get to see this you know I see these these people have finished their you know done their screams and that and I've been looking for this for a long time comment yeah well I'm proud of it thank you well done sharp young guy and enjoy working with the obviously United spend time together frequently due to my you know my computer faux pas but your your genius of that stuff and obviously of gun control your life well done thank you very very very well done all right is Josh Wilson one of our top computer tech guys here on the team for the last two and a half years during that time in twenty three months paying off a hundred and four thousand the allies counted down let's hear a debt free screw three two one all in all honesty we gather around your name on well done brother well done proud of you good stuff good stuff.
"twenty nine months" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Technicians one of our computer technicians ready to do a debt free scream congratulations Sir thank you very very proud of you so in between times that you fix all the computers I break you manage to pay off some debts a little bit yeah of laughs with you guys that we have one guy assigned at my office just to fix all the mechanical things are break the computer things are break Josh's actually that guy yeah you know someone shows up the mall was pretty regular some Oscar up the judge how much debt to be paid off and of a hundred four thousand wow good for you I had no idea and how long did this take twenty three months very powerful when you're single I am in your whole just turned twenty nine months ago all right so before your thirtieth birthday so what kind of debt was this I had two cars and a master's degree low okay cool then your masters in what information security network or network defense of course you know that's what one of the things you work with here on the show very good good for you wow excellent very cool sure you bet here of about twenty four months only been here I have I guess three years almost okay hello yeah so it wasn't long after you came here then that you decide you're going to pay all this off yeah so being in this environment you don't really have a choice is like positive peer pressure here in a call this is true yeah yeah you you got you got it you know check your head Rinker light around here we will check your budget or anything nobody's been pushing me on it but it's just a positive environment for for getting out of that so tell me about it what did you do to get out of that well one of the cars actually before I moved up here one of the reasons I moved up here wasn't with really nasty divorce for started here it was a car that I was bequeathed which had my name on it so I sold that one as quick as I could and then just hopped on the baby steps and started working for it and the good news is when you're single you don't have to talk anybody into it the managers nobody making you do it yeah I will say though my team here is phenomenal they were all of my like that accountability partners anytime I come out with a if you have friends came to come up with another way to pay off debt or something that I wanted to bother like no justice to the plan you've got it just.
"twenty nine months" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Live in, in the town that you live in, and that's way ahead of boning rental property. Susan is with us in Nashville. Hi, susan. How are you? Hi, dave. I am calling you because I'm hoping that we have not paid a stupid tax, but I'm hoping you're not going to tell me that we did. I went to a college counselor who marketed herself as a somebody who would help us plan for our child's college, and it was like a three tiered approach one of the things that she raised the point about was the five twenty nine plans and help I twenty nine against you when you're applying for financial aid in college. Okay. Count against you. If you're trying to act like you're poor. Okay, if you're trying to get income based scholarships I count against you might you shouldn't be getting income by scholarships, unless you're poor. Well, we're not okay. I thought we were like in this, this, this income level where we should meet with this woman to minimize our I don't even know what to call it our. So we met with her. And unfortunately we paid our fifteen hundred dollars and I thought she was going to help us position ourselves. And in a better way, when we apply for colleges and filling out the forms, and so on, we walked out last night, and what it came down to was basically. She was trying to sell us an insurance policy and get us to transfer our by twenty nine months this insurance policy. I know that's a horrible idea. No, no, no, no. And my stomach, and I feel like I've been kicked in the gut, I can't pay the money last night. No, we paid her a couple of weeks ago. And I'm just wondering if you get this money doubted. Oh, just call him and ask her. But I think she probably already spent it. Probably yes. Say it again. I mean..
Alaska, Forty Degrees And Ten Percent discussed on Jay Talking
"Alaska is heating up the month of March will be the twenty ninth month since January twenty thirteen to be ranked in the warmest ten percent since nineteen twenty five and on Saturday villages along the northern coast of Alaska right off the Arctic. Ocean are expected to spike to forty degrees
May's Brexit delay and Corbyn's second referendum - Politics Weekly podcast
"Is just twenty nine days until we leave the European Union. Or is it one hundred twenty three days trees may announce this week if a deal is defeated on March the twelfth parliament will be asking MP's wanted to leave with no deal or extend article fifty remains were modified and leave as horrified. The Daily Telegraph declaring that delaying Brexit was a plot to stop it. She also offered some consolation for MP's wanting to avoid no deal telling them the United Kingdom will only leave without a dealer March twenty ninth if there's explicit consent in this house, but maize proposed extensions just for three months, and it's unclear whether she would vote against an audio Brexit itself. So has anything really changed what I'm joined to discuss all this by Rafael bat and politics and be from the guardian and the former advisor to may will Tana he was now the director of the think tank onward, so we leaving on the twenty ninth. No. I think not I think the fact that I've one dirty voted to make an extension possible means everybody wherever they stand apart from the handful of lunatics who didn't vote for it only twenty is it turned out think that if we get a Brexit. We're still going to need more technical time. And then there are others who think if we can push it out of it further, we get closer perhaps to a referendum being the only thing left standing with parliament, Kamel degree a deal. That's what we'll have to have. So one way or another. It seems to be most likely could be sure could belong the will allow extension. What can we do in that in that time that we haven't been able to do the posterior will? I mean, there are a number of factors involved in this crucial. One is the the twenty seven also really really don't want no deal scenario. I mean in this country there were handful of people who think that's a great idea. But really, the the overwhelming majority view rational human beings is it would just be a mess and a problem for all. Sides worse for the UK, but still very bad of the twenty seven. So if you could avoid that happening the no deal scenario happening on the twenty ninth of March. Then yes, there is oversee will at the European Council level to do it of the concerns are. And this is particularly I think concern on the French side that all your doing is just playing this Theresa May game of desperately busking kicking the can down the road as you say hoping that something different will happen. Whereas actually that the central parameters of negotiation, the the arithmetic and in Westminster, the all the red lines Theresa May says up in for the Goshi Asian don't change, and therefore nothing changes. So really, what would be the points. And then there is another very important practical consideration, which is European parliamentary elections do you at the end of may and. Legally and technically and on principle. It becomes enormously. Awkward to imagine the UK either going through that process without having election because notionally relieving leaving the EU, but we would still be members or having that election, which then becomes his horrible wit proxy vote about Brexit, or it becomes a day factor referendum or just becomes gold knows what electing MEP's who then might notionally than sort evaporates after Brexit, actually happens. So does the long onto the short answer is you could get an extension, but it would you'd have to they would be conditions. It's hot you'd have to be very clear about what you're using it to do. Well, the provinces said over and over and over again that we are leaving on the twenty ninth month. And I actually remember when she delayed the vote just in December. We said it will. Does this mean probably that we're heading for an extension and people were so adamant that it didn't mean that. So what why she done it is it is it. A cabinet ministers is independent griebel's. The what's the rationale? Well, I think we need to be clear that the prime minister hasn't has suggested that we all definitely going to have an extension. She has merely said that parliament will have a choicest whether or not to have a nodule Brexit or not if they if they votes not have no diverted then to vote for a short extension. So she's essentially putting the choice in the hot enhancer parliamentarians. And I think that's that's crucial. We've heard over the last three or four six months that actually put him in wants to take control of this process. It will have an opportunity to do. So, but within that is a clear decision between whether or not you want to deliver on the referendum results or to suffer the consequences of not doing that. And a lot of the MP's. I've spoken to in the Las in Las few days are actually increasing leaning towards the prime minister's deal. Subject potentially some changes around the backstop on the basis that dilution or delay. Brexit is far. Worse than the consequences of voting for her deal. I think essentially the prime minister's trying to show up in the minds of her colleagues, and including some of the labor MP's leave voting seats. We mustn't forget that sixty percents of labor MP's or league voting seats in order to force them to make a decision because ultimately we've been fixing a lot on process. Lost sixty nine months. We haven't been focusing very much on the outcome. We've been trying to seek she needs. She needs sixty two in peace to switch with people Robert Half on. He said they will. But there aren't off lots of heads popping up to say. So where do you think she's got do so far I believe actually behind the scenes, they're aquatic considered number of conserved fan piece who are reconsidering that position and have been somewhat reinsured by some of the noises. That's the prime minister and others have made about progress. Jeffrey courses be making around the back to speak up after a once they've decided to be loyal. Why wouldn't they be waving flags for it? It's been all the note. Well. Dinovite. Yuba woman MP NPR Boston Skegness one of the most leaf voting seats in the country explicitly single Twitter last night that he would vote for the prime minister's deal over any today. Her Jacob smoke making very clear last night that some of his previous declarations about very hard changed the all out not to be true. Because he said he's still needed a fixed time limit. We'll let the same as abolishing a yesterday. But I think the difference there is that I think that this is not actually the I don't think there's uniform. Opinion across the E R J. There are some people who still really want to see the backstop removed entirely from the withdrawal agreement reopened in that bit those pages torn out, and there are those. You know, Jacob rees-mogg is among them. It's interesting to to think of ministry softer and of the group, but who said that an appendix with an end date or something that in effect changes. Jessica legal advice is something that he would agree to. And that is something that is seems hard to get but his paps impossible to get while e- e you've
"twenty nine months" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"I think we're such a busy family with with all the jobs shells doing all she works. John and our business. I mean know business associates says through the through the summer, spring months, we're just so busy. So I think our restaurant budget. It was the hardest thing for us to try to nail down. Because by the end of the day. We're just so whooped. We don't want it. We don't want to cook. Yeah. Also, it's convenience exactly as it. So that was that was probably the toughest thing for us and twenty nine months, it's not it's not short. It's not. No. And the brunt definitely halfway through it. You know? And we have our seasonal swings over the wintertime for us, man. It was tough and to not make really any progress for four months. It was it was kind of discouraging. But you know, being able to listen to the podcast and hear people come in here and do the debt free screams. It kept us motivated and said, you know, what? Let's just let's stay. The course man this this when we hit the ground running this season. We just pounded it out. I think the last the last two and a half months we paid off about sixty thousand of that. So it was it was awesome. Yeah. So you were game owner are holding on your treading water on water exactly acting fourth. That's kind of frustrating to it. Is it is that was differently difficult? Yeah. Why to go you? Well, we got a copy of Chris Hogan's book for you. Of course, retire inspired. That's the next chapter in your story for sure making all this money and no debt at all. While you're going to be millionaires and outrageously generous along the way. So well done you two very well done. We're proud of you who is your biggest cheerleader other than the you too. I don't know. We we kinda kept quiet to ourselves about it. You know, just had our heads down grind. And. Okay. Your your classes got to be going nuts. Yeah. Yeah. They're they're they're excited so excited. It was exciting to start this last session now and tell everybody we did it we did it. So this works a love it. And you brought the kid with you the names and ages. We got Caroline here is eight and Madeleine his ten all right. Very good. Very cool, art, Madeline and Caroline and Michelle and.
"twenty nine months" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"In the development office for a Christian school, and I work with John's brother through accounting program, his brother has down syndrome. So absolutely wild. What kind of business? Have you got John power-washing? Okay. Wow. You guys are going crazy, man. This is great. What kind of debt was the hundred sixty five thousand it was quite a list had some business that in there. Small business loan. We had four vehicles to were for the business. A slew credit cards we lost count and HVAC loan in there and a big chunk of it was Uncle Sam how much did you owe the KGB? I mean, the about twenty three thousand of that. Yeah. That's basically borrowed on everything. Yeah. You were like anti Dave. So what in the world happened because you you? I mean, you didn't just flip you completely flipped. Yeah. Twenty nine months ago. Yeah. We well. See we got knocked on the head quite a lot. And it didn't hit us until twenty nine months ago. I guess you could say hit him sooner. He wanted to do this a long time ago. Probably about two years before I was on board. Okay. So yeah. So what happened that got you on what happened that caused again all game on well? He would listen to your podcast on a regular basis, and in between veggietales I would start to listen to them when I was in the car by myself kids, but there was a show where somebody called in and they were talking about contentment, and for whatever the Lord use that and just spoke to my heart at that moment and needing to be content and not needing to go into debt to get the things that we wanted. And that was when it changed. And that was when I came home and said to him. All right. Let's do. FPU like, let's let's do this. And so you went to the class. We actually ended up coordinating the class the closest one to us was about thirty minutes. Just start one. Yeah. Geico, go you.
"twenty nine months" Discussed on Mike Drop
"In February of ninety seven's. Your career buds guy for I used to think I used to be prideful of that. And now, it's outright humiliating. But I always check myself through Jerry wears right? Jerry, Weirs was twenty nine months total. I think so I'm not even in the ballpark. But as it related to a lot of my close friends. Yeah. Who went straight through, and you know, I always measure myself against the person that I'm like, there's no way and how that person's gonna make it. And then they go straight through with Nick hawks my favorite one hundred and twenty five pounds soaking wet eighteen year old kid from Indianapolis who was the cockiest human being. And he goes straight through buds. Right. And here I am there for fifty. Eighteen months, double the pleasure. I look back now. And appease my own sense of disgrace. In in by saying man, I was so screwed up. I needed the double extra get Get my my shit. shit together. Right. Was it a combination of performance and medical role or I one to five IT bands got so inflamed. I couldn't bend my knees. Day rolled me two to six. So like a genius. I'm going. Well, I'm that ain't gonna happen again. So every day after work I'm going and running additional crew four mile run soft sand runs in shoes on think everyday much, and that's on top of the nine miles. I'm running every day just each how and all the other shit. We're doing by week one day, one feeling awesome. I was also road gar too. So lots of what road guard you get longer time Chow hall to sit down and enjoy your food process..
"twenty nine months" Discussed on Remainiacs â€“ the Brexit Podcast
"So it's no deal except the Dale will remain entirely, which I'm guessing is the one that we'd prefer. At least it's got reminded the pilot. You've got actually five groups. You've got accept the deal, no deal undermine. You will didn't vote less time and don't know only. What are those groups is in is in the bag that's remain. Three of them are up for grabs. So isn't that quite optimistic way to look at things out of five groups? You've got one in three or viable, especially because I mean, the ones that didn't have lost them from because they were quite young woman. The remained and the don't knows from the podium that I've seen recently break towards remained very, very strongly indeed. So decks petitions would be would be pretty puts to say in the except the dealers on the second preference guy for remain as well. If you had three choices about Certainly certain. have a preferential voting system, and it splits leave. That was the Justine greening proposal a few months ago and you go pulled it really, really quickly. I'm basically remain one because it split leave, which of course, with all of these by the way is to no deal mean on a ballot paper. 'cause if you making it illegal to any deal with the, you've just given up your ability to fly that because you need an aviation treaty, bet you there. Quite a few people would actually vote for that. Fucking. I mean, obviously, massive assumption, say unlikely that it would be legally binding that you can't make any daily would be. We believe the twenty nine months with note with the, you know, kind of contractual, oh, sorry, treaty. Obligation treats aviation from purely from campaigning perspective that is very, very troubling because in normal parlance, no deal means you stick with what you've got, right. Hugh to a call dealership with your Bank and you want to trade in and you don't like the price. You drive away in your own banger. You don't leave your car. There come say. It is just tricky to put no deal on a ballot paper because people locked people will assume that means staying, I guess you could put no trade do. And I mean, the electoral commission would have to batter the shit out of that. Legally. They have to go through a whole process of battering it around before it can go on about a paper and I'm guessing it would need further specificity than that or is it would be quite frankly insane things over the by that doesn't saying shouldn't suffer from how well thousand insane things up as we talk about regularly on the podcast before we get into the nightmare scenario of just straight up, no Lebanon's Dale, no. Dale in a campaign full a three way by a company. Three..
"twenty nine months" Discussed on Mayday: The Handmaid's Tale Podcast
"So stick with us. Enjoy the rest of the show. Thank you. So that's where everybody is Emily's on her way to hopefully getting out of Gilead to Canada. She's in the van. She's on the road. Everybody else is where we left them, Judas in the street candidates in Canada and everybody else's where they are. So what do we know about season three heading into SOGA, surprising, mount, a spry. Amount, of course because they really likely to drop the news is. Yeah, very bad it. So the new a little note here, fun fact that I read yesterday, it was the show apparently doubled its your shit from season one on surprising that I was worried they were going to drop off because they were done with the book material, right? No, this is that's a huge number. So, and I can kind of see that just in the social media interactions and the people coming on there and talking about the show. So there was a bigger viewership for sure which is great for them the premier date as far as win. The next season starts. We don't know for sure, but the last two seasons, the first and second season. Both started at the end of April going into the first part of may. So I would imagine that those will be the same timeline which are sticking with as far as win, the trailers are coming. I did read this also that last year they did the first kind of teaser trailer and to beginning of January. So that's kind of the time line. You're looking for, they're trying to keep everything consistent in that area. So unless there's some kind of delay in filming or production that we'd rather not be which we have to wait long enough. Exactly. We've had twenty nine months actually teaches that music buttoned up Bruce. Yeah, what TI set get together. So now who's going to be back and what does he's in three older them? Here's what we know about characters officially from several sources. Bruce Lee, Bruce Miller, who did a, you know, post show post, finale press conference that we were on at Tiana did. And then also just other than a couple of pretty in depth interview after that to where he dropped his own Easter eggs aunt Lydia, not dead for those of you. Wondering, we're not speculating, and this is a fact, and that was one of the things that he burst came out and said right away because I think otherwise, otherwise, that was going to be one of those like things that people like trying to like, we'd allow out of him with lettuce side questions that kind of related to exactly and so he confirmed and then just last weekend out herself, confirmed it. So if you needed to hear it from another source, other than the guy that runs the show and the person that plays the character said, indeed that she is back and everything. BRUCE'S said that. We've read is she is going to rethink her methods and not in a positive way as an, oh, I need to be more caring and loving to the Handmaid's as in. I'm not doing this enough. I'm really interested to see this character revelation, even though it's probably in a new direction, I would not like it to go correct. I think it'll be fascinating. That is that's where she is headed. So she's back and going to be better than ever. I would imagine literally now Bradley Whitford character commander, Lawrence will also be back and Bruce Miller said, we will learn a lot more about him and he compared him to Oppenheimer who was one of the main scientists that was in charge of the project to make the Tomek bump in that he created also really regretted that later in life, I got away from him a little bit in that he created this thing and what it turned out to be was horrific and terrible. And now he's trying to dealing with the aftermath of that and that he was part of it. And how does he deal with that and make it make it ok, does even wanna make it? Okay. All right. Is it possible to make it okay, right. So as far as he's concerned, we've introduced to his wife who has some kind of mental illness issue going on clearly..
"twenty nine months" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"He kept saying to me, maroon five keep it down. That's right. So I thought I'd like to go to prison, but just for few months just to catch up on stuff, but I wanna know the rack shin that you had and solitary all the time. Did you, they say, people go insane. Did you feel like you're going insane? Did you feel like finally some quiet, or what did you feel? I few months is too long. I was in the whole actually twenty nine months and seven days. We do count the days when you were in there and it was the toughest stretch of my life because I realized that time we weren't meant to be solo meant to be social. And like you said, a lot of guys when those lights go out at night, you heard a lot of moaning and people go crazy. I, it's difficult. What is described the whole. I mean, we all have an idea. But I mean windowless floor floor size, quitting. Cool. Half bath could window could not be window depending upon the whole and six by eight cell might ten cell. Sometimes that caught nailed to the wall. Good, both bolted to the wall, and you had that, you know, cast iron sink and and toilet that's connected and plastic Mira, and that's it. And what could you do? Could you get reading materials? Yes, you can read what? What is it that you would do to pass the time read and read and read and write, you know, you got a yellow pad, pencil pen and, and and wish you know hope to get your phone put in the cells. So you can make some phone calls. And I used to make my connection with the guards to get the phone as often as I could. So I can communicate with my family, but and that's it. You know, she our maybe once or twice a week, and you know, they lock you in the shower, and God forbid, there's this disturbance in the prison. You could be locked in show for four hours until they come. Back and get you, that's it. Would you not get out for an hour day or any of that stuff with the feds by policy? Not by law. They're supposed to give you five hours of yard time week, but you know, the guards lazy. They come to you at three o'clock in the morning. When you sleep in shave, you wanna go off. And you tell them what, you know, it's a little late. I like to go out of two AM so they are refusing and they write it down that you kind of see literally just there. That's it. And do you remember reading books and having your mind transformed or changed, or thoughts, or I mean, well, listen, you know, for me, I mean, I read hundreds of books in there, and I had my wife be books and I had newspaper the paper would come five days late. So you always behind had a Sony walkman. Remember that was Meyer contact with the outside world. You know, for me, it was a faith thing. I got into my bible and get into my faith during that time, and and that was a tremendous help to me personally. But that's all you can do. I mean, you hope for a visit, you know, when you try not to burn my wife to get there every weekend because tough, but that's it. And you hope that you can stay strong mentally and emotionally to get out. And you know you just waiting for the day, but you know, my real issue was they told me to keep in keep me in the rest of my life. They were going to die to me on. In another case because I wouldn't cooperate and they really gave me a tough time and they tried to indict me, but the case fell apart they couldn't. So I was only back on a parole violation again, four years, which is the maximum on the violation and kept me in the hole. So when you got out, was there anything left that you had made before you went in? Well, when I go, she added my plea. I was able to negotiate to keep my house and keep money from my wife so she wouldn't have to work through the time I was in, you know, they've violated that a little bit. They tried to get some more things that I had going..
"twenty nine months" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"This is american a show about a bad world cup a very very bad world cup ju bennett to be sure the nineteen ninety eight will it wasn't studying badly for everyone well cup favorites brazil did what they do they have a two one victory against scotland home team here as franz also when it's first game against south africa and nigerian the world is celebrating a come from behind victory for the ages against a heavily favored spaniards but to be an american soccer fan after that first round defeat against the powerhouse germans those germans with their big thighs and mighty foreheads remember the us hoped to at least telling germany and the loss everything now depended on gain political rivals iran and the united states will meet on the field of play today at the world cup soccer tournament both teams suffered a low ram the twenty years since he islami revolution they run the been america's sworn enemy good evening the us embassy in tehran has been invaded occupied by iranian students the americans inside have been taken prisoner couldn't more politically charged to pay if you tried i was she driving to the jersey shore on the day of the game mccaren broken down and how to watch in a repair shop somewhere off the garden state parkway along with a gaggle of mechanics he closed garage to watch the gate i won't be clear these were not soccer friends by any stretch this is jets country one kept telling me but they couldn't have been more excited to watch their country take on iran we hate that place one told me as we open the first of number of six packs of bird i wanna see a beatdown at that point in our culture probably the most hated country in americans is was was ron there on hostage crisis rope stone who is reporting on the world cup three spam we needed to us right and who won't pass more than the evil empire of iran it was perfect was on the bullet train from marseilles to paris hank steinbrecher general secretary of the us soccer federation and i get a call the white house calling and it was someone i think on liam panetta staff that said we're gonna win this game or we lose is going around the world and i said well call me after the game i'll be able to tell you now let's be clear many the american players just kids drew in the nineteen seventynine hostage crisis in tehran improve soccer players biolog don't great students of history so while the rainy implant i hold that that is easy would telling reporters this team would win for the sake of the families of the martyrs of the iran iraq war the american place we're only just beginning to chew players forward eric wynalda just turned twenty nine months and was asked about the hostage crisis this weekend what year was it know the american see they might have been geopolitically clueless but for once in a world cup game they were not the underdog in fact they were the favorites these uranian 's like the americans had lost repenting game they've never won a world cup much and nineteen of twenty two players they were still based in around a remote footballing backwater whether grownup kicking salka bowls on the poche revolution streets with little in the way of formal coaching and welcome to the own it's a soccer match both the us iran desperately need to stay alive in this world cup today the twenty first nineteen ninety eight oak you bleed the most momentus date or the very least the strangest in us soccer history if only because the aia tola was involved and if that wasn't enough pressure and then all of this political theater there was another drama brewing thank you very much it certainly it should be fascinating today i've been our world cup studio along with former united states star tyco type five lineup changes that smacks of desperation to me well steve sampson has talked about needing to win this game in for that he needs an attacking lineup and he's brought in five players that's unheard.
"twenty nine months" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Extra cash flow we start throwing that at the house the typical family to him that just days concentrated on a you don't have to be on beans and rice at this stage of the game you're still your living your life now you're paying cash for everything you purchase your vacation cars your furniture whatever out of your budget your cash flow in all of that the typical family's paying off their home in about seven years wow and i didn't include that sixty five doesn't include any bonuses from my life or me and she made twenty and bonuses last year okay season that's coming up next year and that's the stuff i'd start chimkent towards the house okay if i allahu i allocate this forty to the five twenty nine months and if you need help getting those open if you don't have somebody to do that just jump on daveramsey dot com i'm not in the investment business i don't care what you do but the people we recommend you click on smartvestor that you're smartinvestor they'll help you get that 520 non stuff going and maybe even some of your other investing if you want to and um you know you put in your from actually dropped down a list of smartvestor pros in your area you pick one that will help you they've got the heart of a teacher when you ask me why timeshare exit team it's because of customer feedback like this from kenneth and carol we didn't think it was possible to exit are timeshare but after hearing day recommend timeshare exit team we contacted them for the free consultation we are finally free and recommend them to everyone waiting to exit their timeshare folks timeshare exit team is the only exit company i recommend call eight four four nine nine nine.
"twenty nine months" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Welcome welcome to our debt prescreens i love it how much of you guys paid off lead eight off forty three thousand three hundred seventy seven dollars in twenty nine months very good on how long did and what kind of range of income did you have during that time well we started at college students nation about twenty 2000 um i want sorry on graduated is she made or friday and uh about us to thirty and and um i graduated started as a programmer uh we have a lotta filming coworkers listening so um uh that amount to pretty much a tripled uh when i got that job so wild congratulations so doing really well nowadays what was the 43000 it was all student loan arise rise you got rid of sallie mae gave her the eviction notice very cool congratulations you guys are very well done good good good so what happened at twenty nine months ago that put you on this journey hello yes well happen twenty nine months ago that put you on this journey yeah well before we got married i had talked about um dave ramsey with derrick my family had kind of already been on the plan and we had a lot of um extended family that was on the plan um but there with pretty sure that he already knew how to budget and once we got married i think he quickly found out how wrong he was oh no but we you know we were just so stressed out money was really tight and even though we were newlyweds things were not going super well like it wasn't exactly is just sunshine and roses like i should be you know i was stressed out and um and so after probably about three months of that um derek kinda looked at the plan and he looked at the budget and he just said you know i think we need to do theve ramsey and i was like finally soda.
"twenty nine months" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"So in other everything to your home a normal yeah so how old are you too i am thirty seven i'm thirty six how long have you been married six here okay so what happened halfway through your marriage twenty nine months ago give or take cell is a something has to happen we're going to bus this thing loose uh i was looking for a divorce attorney oh okay yeah with rough because of money uh money a lack of communication wages where nowhere near on the same page although he thing i don't have any money okay while so there was tense around there to say the least you're not kidding yeah yeah not bad bad place cutting out so what happened instead of the divorce attorney what did you find uh i registered nervous for financial peace university side merry christmas here you go you can go with me or you can get out oh and not so many words wow now he went with me and after the first class he was a wonderful agree thank you so much do you really changed their lives it's amazing now i relationship is better than it was even before we got married absolutely wow wow and so did you see on marriage counselor to now now we work together and we weren't very well now and it's all because of financial peace university it's amazing good for you guys i'm so proud of you anke thank you grainy problems back in and out from the lines of communication and everything else just pause right into place masing wow what made you uh you were you in a in the church were financial peace university was her you how did you know about it uh i heard a couple of people at work has talking about done it and the past barrow i figured why not give it a shot okay so you just looked it up online and sound the local church to go to yes okay very cool very cool uh dan did you start attending there as well uh not yet but i actually read found ten when we made our last payment and found out what your enemy on your show and they actually asked us to colead the next class starting and a couple of weeks.
"twenty nine months" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Well technically it was a new jobs for both of us the big jump was me getting a new job with a move on okay what do you do for a living now well we birth both work at a local university there in evansville my work in the athletes department as the as athletic trainer oh good very cool and i career councillor ta great cou so what kind of debt was the sixty five thousand ten thousand dollars is on a car student loans was the rest in loans pointing at old scott i think you just got thrown under god all right just tap and not see the gloss tracks right there so what happened to twenty nine months ago that put you guys on this journey because you you've add some radical changes i mean change cities change jobs and work to get out of debt everything blew up how many things play let me over here and you got to be doing this and wow so well back in the fall of uh fourteen we had been married for just a few months and a tried to do a career switch and unfortunately things this didn't work out the way we had planned and so i there's a few months of of me not bringing any income in and obviously meet this dispute married i wasn't doing my job to support the family in and whatnot and so i did the whole who is may well pity party and finally i just in a decided i got to do something in you know.
"twenty nine months" Discussed on Politico's Off Message
"I really really smart guy ted an i votes similarly and a lotta lotta topics he has been folks on politics for really long time that's not that my experience mitch mcconnell has another really hard job i mean that's a guy a leader that my view of his job has changed a lot in the twenty nine months i've been here because he and i defer on what i thought was a normative fight and i think he thought as a descriptive fight about the relationships between article one in article two i want policy initiation to come from the legislature because boards versus executives in my corporate life and am i not for profit strategy intervention life in our boards deliberate well executives act well any distinguish between those functions and so i want the legislature to be the place where policy deliberation happens in america i think mitch knows something that i didn't understand before i got here which is there's so much fragmented attention in america that you really need the executive to use the bully pulpit to initiate a big policy discussion and so i think the leader has a very very hard was to a couple more runs priebus i as a sort of strategy project gave a little bit of advice mitt romney asked me for advice in the summer of twenty twelve and how to organize his white house and so i went and interviewed every living chief of staff ehud ever served at the white house and.