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"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

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03:44 min | 2 years ago

"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"Like. I love joking like you're. So do that. Because you'RE ASKING ME JUGGLE! You're like. With what? Finding the actual career. Careers, a different term than it was twenty years ago because we're not like lost in like I'm a girl and the doctor of whatever so I think just having must down. Flipping. Is, a career and an entrepreneurship that you can just flip. We've made I've made easily like my parents myself like. I Made Two grand on facebook in the last three weeks stuff, we've been going crazy, Bro! I just moved out on the audio up. Maroon is like I just been going through it wasn't I still. Love, it makes me happy I love when people listening and executing it's real right. Yeah one hundred percents found because. It's so. So so much! So Fun, so why not that? Why can't that be the starting point? I think the fault with that one is like scalable. How bigger I know like more time into easy. One hundred thousand dollars slippers. They start with one off stuff and they realized they want more scale, and then they start wholesaling from closeout places and Amazon versus Ebay. I think you actually don't think it's a career which is why? I think what you're asking is like the basketball coaching one more than or whatever more than the flipping because the flipping one you've already started. I remember like I had a teacher at school like I'm GonNa counting so ready. That's already a bad start to sentence. School I remember when I a teach at school. I can't wait to hear the rest in this thing. Go ahead. This I'm on the whole thing I like. What do you do for whatever else I think on coachman basketball could be a hobby. That's not really a job I want to. Face I was like. On this campus right now. Like what are you talking about like? This is like. Multimillion dollar industry by the way by the way. If it was a forty eight thousand dollar industry, you'd be happy which Oh by the way is how much she's getting paid. Yeah exactly like literally down last night when I was looking through questions. Posts. Only today is not how much money you make how you make your money like hundred percents it. More important than I appreciate. That's about like. Don't be a scam artist to me. The bigger one is if we have to redefine success equals happiness, not money. That teachers who I'm sure is lovely. If she thought success meant happiness, not money, she would have been proud of you when you say I. Want to coach basketball. Coaching basketball as somebody who wants to coach. Basketball sounds like a lot of happiness to me. I put out a post thin, and I was like I got up much like colleague, school and stuff and I was like every job paid the same amount. What would you be ahead of buddy of macos like I'd be the ballboy favorite professional soccer team like that is happiness. A lot about that I think a lot about being the ball boy for your favorite soccer team, making forty one thousand year twenty nine thousand year, and then subsidizing it with side hustles that you like, and and like I, just wish people knew that there's this many people making fifty two thousand a year. Happy as there are making fifteen million. Just it's it's. We have to. In took. Once we redefine success. Starting in a capitalist country like America, but many other places in the world if we can figure it out as a collective. Eight billion people to make that happy, not money we could. World would be in four hundred trillion time better place. What you're I think you're starting out. I. As a twenty year old male doing not so..

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"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

11:37 min | 2 years ago

"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Speak stands at about twenty four point seven trillion dollars it's more than that that's piling up every day and with the wool Han you know it's just a water cannon of of your cash that were firing at all this time thank you everything's wonderful you all the you know the bill will never come do but it will some of us have been sounding alarms for for some time and nothing seems to happen but I'm I'm in the habit of taking a look at dollars and then looking at how long it would take us to pay off our national debt now we're not paying it off but if we started paying it off we started going the other direction of let's say we we were paying one dollar a second we're paying off the national debt of twenty four point seven trillion dollars at one dollar per second huh sounds like a good idea because then the number would be getting smaller instead of larger with the national debt clock the number would be shrinking instead of growing it's currently grow you can find the national debt clock right there on al gore's amazing internet peace be upon him so I took a look I actually argued a little I rounded to twenty five trillion dollars will hit that number by next week pelo C. and Shurmur gonna make damn sure of that trouble fight it and he will lose but twenty five trillion dollars now if we paid off the twenty five trillion dollars at one dollar per second one dollar per second okay I mean I could stack up a pile of one dollar bills over here and start peeling off a month you're like I'm paying you know about that somebody at the the bodega and I put not one dollar per second one two three I'm paying off the national debt now Hey get off like that would take me seven hundred twenty nine thousand years hang on a sec is that possible yeah yeah that's right I I did the math I whipped out my bow bar calculator yesterday and yeah I got my skill craft U. S. government pen and a piece of printer paper and I'm doing my good senses over here like Jethro Bodine and up twenty five trillion dollars of restarted paying it off right now and we were paying it down at one one dollar for a second okay that'd be I could give you one million dollars in about eleven and a half days I think it's eleven and a half days is a million seconds I could pay off if I owe you a million dollar peel off one dollar second I give you a million dollars and be pretty good right and you know Levin days or so and if we want to pay off the national debt it would actually I left out the seven hundred forty five years it would be seven hundred ninety two thousand seven hundred forty five years before we paid off the national debt at one dollar a second you can check them out on that yourself but it could hurt your brain because it's gigantic it's gigantic math it's only of the U. S. government do we come up with math like this really extraordinary one dollar a second paying off the national debt more than seven hundred ninety two thousand years you know what I started doing this a dollar a second paying off the national debt I think it was around six hundred thousand years now it's almost eight hundred thousand years yeah keeping in mind that Jesus Christ roamed the earth two thousand years ago so if you save that off it should shave that off their two thousand years you still got seven hundred ninety thousand years seven hundred ninety thousand seven forty five years just losing the two thousand years the time between Jesus Christ and today that's two thousand years paying off the debt seven hundred ninety two thousand years and we just go blindly along pretending that none of this matters and some people think it's great that we're setting ourselves up for this big fall you know Bernie Sanders for example and Bernie Sanders supporters you suckers are the ones that are gonna be stuck paying the bill because of all the many years of reckless and irresponsible leadership here in Washington DC from both parties quite honestly I don't Barack Obama did virtually doubled the national debt and he didn't have the Wuhan read death to to deal with no no we didn't now there was a lot of Joe Biden news yesterday a lot of Joe Biden news indeed and and the the the news media they're still covering it up there are engaged in an active they are participants in a political cover up and I I I could start naming them for you like Michelle Goldberg for example at the New York times is engaged actively and she's not a reporter she's Democrat crook she's she's a corrupt person she's in on ethical person she's a dishonest person I'm not she's on trustworthy and I and I find I found through my vast experience personal and professional that people who were untrustworthy at work are untrustworthy at home there also are trustworthy in their personal lives that if you're if you're not an honorable a trustworthy person Dan that that carries over it's not just threw it at work and not at home or at home and not at work that's that defines you as a human being and she is one such person she typed up a hit piece on Joe Biden's sexual assault accuser well that was on that was on Easter Sunday they published out of the New York times and Michelle Goldberg actually threatens the accuser with jail time you know you can get jail time she types on behalf of her party in a loving way I should type that you can get jail time for falling for filing a false police report but interestingly the the the media I have also the Democrats the media never did that with for example the Brett Kavanaugh accusers or but Donald Trump accusers because they're held to a completely different standard just a completely and utterly different standard now we know that that the Tara Reid is the accuser was a staffer for Joe Biden on Capitol Hill nobody denies that she'd told her mother about it at the time that her mother called into the Larry King Live show on CNN in nineteen ninety three to save my daughter works for a powerful influential well known senator and and then I've got a problem but she's gone through the process and there's no she's getting no satisfaction in fact she was moved to a windowless office had an audit done on her behavior was reprimanded of issue was driven out of Joe Biden's office bye bye other employees a more senior employees there who also are hiding their heads in a cave somewhere now because the truth is not their friend and these are I don't know where the Democrats find all these corrupt people are say they find them already corrupted or if they find these people and then corrupt them by it's probably a combination of the two but we have the the woman telling her story and and the news media completely ignoring it Tara Reid and the the everybody sat out at the C. N. N. what where they waited more than a month before they even mention it because they're just so filthy horrible corrupt it sooner what are shameful organization and what what it what a disgrace it must be to work for I mean I was ashamed when I left there years ago to be working I thought I was working there this is what I do I have to leave town and when I was out in public and in Washington you know people always ask it so I don't even care what your name is they want to know what you do for a living because it's very mercenary population we have here they say they might ask what's your name as a quick what do you before you finish crescent but what we do as a and and and I I would say well you know I I work for CNN but I I found that I started making up other things like I sell are small arms in West Africa I trafficking cocaine out of Venezuela I would I would make up almost anything to keep myself from having to say I work for CNN and that's back when it was more or less a news organization now you know they're they should be wearing Che Guevara beret is that they have A. K. forty sevens with bandolero is around there it's it's like a mercenary army for the the world wide left and that they're just incredibly awfully dishonest but we said the news media capture of a cues to read they threatened her and set her story wasn't really a very good story on it and it's better than anything that doctor Christine Blasi Ford had to say Deborah Ramirez or Julie swept neck with these fantastical stories about quaaludes and gang rape and pulling the train you know high school little my Catholic high school and all of it was just so fantastical that the news media gobbled it up like you know what Hillary Clinton of beating up her own vomit on the kitchen floor in the morning and Chappaqua and I and they loved it they just you know thank you Sir may I have another and they love it well now a former neighbor of Tara Reid has come forward and said no Tara Reid told me about this back in the nineteen nineties her brother has also said that her that Tara Reid told him Tara Reid brother said that Tara Reid told him about it way back that and I and the news media is just looking for any daylight in testimony on the light during the cabin on hearings where they didn't look for anything that that they just they just gobbled up and spat it out regurgitated I'll be half of the party I admit that it's there the I I don't I don't know they sleep at night myself I really don't may I sleep like a baby I sleep it's ridiculous how well I slept because my conscience is clean clean clean clean clean clean like like Chris Cuomo's wife's skin and a bath tub of Clorox but the former neighbor has come forward and she's on the record and that's no not unlike every story in The Washington Post today with everybody on backgrounds of secret sources a former neighbor of Joe Biden's accuser Tara Reid has come forward to corroborate her sexual assault account saying read discuss the allegations in detail in the mid nineteen nineties now this is from the business insider not from the New York Times or The Washington Post R. Reid former staffer Joe by the Senate office has accused democratic presidential nominee of sexually assaulting her transgression all hallway in nineteen ninety three now reads a neighbor Linda light casts a Biden supporter els the insider not the New York Times or The Washington Post and we're told that the alleged details of nineteen ninety five or ninety six this happened she said and I know it did because I remember talking about it said to the neighbor Linda like Cass a former colleague of reeds also told insider that read talked in the mid nineteen nineties about being sexually harassed by her former boss in Washington DC the women to women see this is I mean more substantiation than there was for anything in the cabin on her exit look what they did with the Cavanaugh accusations the cabin accusers with Cavanaugh the vile pointed white hat Lynch mob that.

"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

12:35 min | 2 years ago

"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"To address the college age Bernie Sanders supporters here for just a moment I'd like to thank you for picking up the tab that says Juncker drunken gang of cocaine snorting cal boys is leaving you because we're all well we're all living in two years I guess we're all the drunken okay starting health wise but the national debt at this moment as we speak stands at about twenty four point seven trillion dollars it's more than that that's piling up every day and with the wool Han you know it's just a water cannon of of your cash that were firing on all this and I think everything's wonderful you all the you know the bill will never come do but it will some of us have been sounding alarms for for some time and nothing seems to happen but I'm I'm in the habit of taking a look at dollars and then looking at how long it would take us to pay off our national debt now we're not paying it off but if we started paying it off we started going the other direction of let's say we we were paying one dollar a second we're paying off the national debt of twenty four point seven trillion dollars at one dollar per second huh sounds like a good idea because then the number would be getting smaller instead of larger with the national debt clock the number would be shrinking instead of growing it's currently grow you can find the national debt clock right there on al gore's amazing internet peace be upon him so I took a look I actually I did a little I rounded to twenty five trillion dollars will hit that number by next week pelo see ensure we're gonna make damn sure of it trouble fight it and he will lose but twenty five trillion dollars now if we paid off the twenty five trillion dollars at one dollar per second one dollar per second okay I mean I could stack up a pile of one dollar bills over here and start peeling off a month you're like I'm paying you know about that somebody at that the bodega and I put not one dollar per second one two three I'm paying off the national debt now get off like that would take me seven hundred twenty nine thousand years hang on a sec is that possible yeah yeah that's right I did the math I whipped out my bow bar calculator yesterday and I've got I got my skill craft U. S. government pen and then a piece of printer paper and I'm doing my good senses over here like Jethro Bodine and twenty five trillion dollars have restarted paying it off right now and we're paying it down at one dolorous second K. that'd be I could give you one million dollars in about eleven and a half days I think it's eleven and a half days is a million seconds I could pay off if I owe you a million dollar peel off one dollar a second I give you a million dollars and be pretty good right and you know Levin days or so and if you want to pay off the national debt it would actually I left out the seven hundred forty five years it would be seven hundred ninety two thousand seven hundred forty five years before we paid off the national debt at one dollar a second you can check them out on that yourself but it could hurt your brain because it's gigantic it's gigantic math it's only of the U. S. government do we come up with math like this really extraordinary one dollar a second paying off the national debt more than seven hundred ninety two thousand years you know what I started doing this a dollar a second paying off the national debt I think it was around six hundred thousand years now it's almost eight hundred thousand years yeah keeping in mind that Jesus Christ roamed the earth two thousand years ago so if you save that off that should shave that off the two thousand years you still got seven hundred ninety thousand years seven hundred ninety thousand seven forty five years just losing the two thousand years the time between Jesus Christ and today that's two thousand years paying off the debt seven hundred ninety two thousand years and we just go blindly along pretending that none of this matters and some people think it's great that we're setting ourselves up for this big fall you know Bernie Sanders for example and Bernie Sanders supporters you suckers are the ones that are gonna be stuck paying the bill because of all the many years of reckless and irresponsible leadership here in Washington DC from both parties quite honestly although Barack Obama did virtually doubled the national debt and he didn't have the Wuhan read death to to deal with no no we didn't now there was a lot of Joe Biden news yesterday a lot of Joe Biden news indeed and add to the the news media they're still covering it up there are engaged in an active they are participants in a political cover up and I I've I could start naming them for you like Michelle Goldberg for example at the New York times is engaged actively and she's not a reporter she's Democrat crook she's she's a corrupt person she's in on ethical person she's a dishonest person I'm a she's on trustworthy and I and I find I found through my vast experience personal and professional that people who were untrustworthy at work are untrustworthy at home there also are trust worthy of their personal lives that if you're if you're not an honorable trustworthy person then that that carries over it's not just threw it at work and not at home or at home and not at work that's that defines you as a human being and she is one such person she typed up a hit piece on Joe Biden's sexual assault accuser well that was on that was on Easter Sunday they published out of the New York times and Michelle Goldberg actually threatens the accuser with jail time you know you can get jail time she types on behalf of her party in a loving way hi she type that you can get jail time for falling for filing a false police report but interestingly the the the media I am most of the Democrats the media never did that with for example the Brett Kavanaugh accusers or but Donald Trump accusers because they're held to a completely different standard just a completely and utterly different standard now we know that that the Tara Reid is the accuser was a staffer for Joe Biden on Capitol Hill nobody denies that she'd told her mother about it at the time that her mother called into the Larry King Live show on CNN in nineteen ninety three to save my daughter works for a powerful influential well known senator and and then I've got a problem but she's gone through the process and there's no she's getting no satisfaction in fact she was moved to a windowless office had an audit done on her behavior was reprimanded of issue was driven out of Joe Biden's office bye bye other employees a more senior employees there who also are hiding their heads in a cave somewhere now because the truth is not their friend of the user I don't know where the Democrats find all these corrupt people are say they find them already corrupted or if they find decent people and then corrupt them by it's probably a combination of the two but we had the the woman telling her story and and the news media completely ignoring it Tara Reid and the the everybody sat on it this year then what where they waited more than a month before they even mention it because they're just so filthy horrible corrupt it sooner what a shameful organization and what what it what a disgrace it must be to work for I mean I was ashamed when I left there years ago to be working I thought I was working there this is what I do I have to leave C. N. N. when I was out in public and in Washington you know people always ask yet so I don't even care what your name is they wanna know what you do for a living because it's very mercenary population we have here but I think they might ask what's your name as a quick what do you before you finish crescent but what we do as a and and and I I just say well you know I I work for CNN but I I found that I started making up other things like I sell small arms in West Africa I trafficking cocaine out of Venezuela I would I would make up almost anything to keep myself from having to say I work for CNN and that's back when it was more or less a news organization now you know they're they should be wearing Che Guevara berets have have A. K. forty sevens with bandolero is around there it's a it's like a mercenary army for the the world wide left and that they're just incredibly awfully dishonest but we said the news media capture of a cues to read they threatened her and set her story wasn't really a very good story and it is better than anything that doctor Christine Blasi Ford had to say Deborah Ramirez or Julie swept neck with these fantastical stories about quaaludes and gang rape and pulling the train you know high school little my Catholic high school and all of it was just so fantastical that the news media gobbled it up like you know what Hillary Clinton of beating up around vomit on the kitchen floor in the morning in Chappaqua and I and they loved it they just you know thank you Sir may I have another and they love it well now a former neighbor of Tara Reid has come forward and said no Tara Reid told me about this back in the nineteen nineties her brother has also said that her brother that Tara Reid told him Tara Reid's brother said that Tara Reid told him about it way back then and I and the news media is just looking for any daylight in testimony unlike during the cabin are hearing where they didn't look for anything that that they just they just gobbled up and spat it out regurgitated I'll be half of the party five minutes there I don't I don't know they sleep at night myself I really don't the I sleep like a baby I sleep it's ridiculous how well I slept because my conscience is clean clean clean clean clean clean but like like Chris Cuomo's wife's skin and a bath tub of Clorox but the former neighbor has come forward and she's on the record and that's no not unlike every story in The Washington Post today with everybody on background a secret sources a former neighbor of Joe Biden's accuser Tara Reid has come forward to corroborate her sexual assault account saying read discuss the allegations in detail in the mid nineteen nineties now this is from the business insider not from the New York Times or The Washington Post R. Reid former staffer Joe Biden Senate office has accused democratic presidential nominee of sexually assaulting her in a congressional hallway in nineteen ninety three now reads a neighbor Linda like cast a Biden supporter tells the insider not the New York Times or The Washington Post and we're told that the alleged details of nineteen ninety five or ninety six this happened she said and I know it did because I remember talking about it said to the neighbor live telecast a former colleague of reeds also told insider that read talked in the mid nineteen nineties about being sexually harassed by her former boss in Washington DC the women to women this is I've been more substantiation than there was for anything in the cabin on her exit look what they did with the Cavanaugh accusations the capital accusers with Cavanaugh the vile pointed white hat Lynch mob that the Democratic Party is and that includes the news media they did everything they could to Lynch him just like they did with the high tech lynching of Clarence Thomas which Joe Biden presided over just coincidently since he's been here since the civil war the women have come forward just days after a video emerged of a woman that reed says his her mother called into the Larry King show nineteen ninety three to talk about her daughter's problems with the Providence center right now the Byton has not addressed the.

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"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

07:30 min | 3 years ago

"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"My question for you. Mr. is how should she manage this budget shortfall while she's working full-time at your Bank, and don't think about that? Would you recommend that she take out a J, P Morgan Chase credit card and run a deficit? And think about it, which it, it went on from there. Let, let me give you the crux of this. Okay. Because I'm telling you every single comment was. Good for her. She ripped him a new one. She showed him. Now, I, I want to say this, I was raised in that area, I know Irvine California. Okay. I actually lived in Irvine, California right off Kover. So I actually know a little about this, and this is why I want to comment on this, this nitwit Katie porter. This democrat from California, tries to drown illustration, where a single mother is in Irvine, California, and she is going to make a sixteen dollar an hour and fifty cent wage. Okay. This is that she was asking him. You know, you know, you have to pay a living wage, which to them, as least eighteen dollars on upward. First of all, let me say this, you as a single parent, if you were making sixteen dollars and fifty cents an hour would never be living in vine. It would be like me moving Beverly Hills and trying to live in Beverly Hills paying a four thousand dollar a month rent, which would be required ridiculous, right? Because. The first thing you tell me is you can't afford that. Kate, the end you can't afford that. Honestly because you don't make a wage. It's high enough to live in Beverly Hills Irvine is is, is extremely expensive area in, in Orange County, California. And so you couldn't do that. The other thing is this. She also has a single parent wouldn't be paying sixteen hundred dollars a month because if you're a single parent, you're only making sixteen dollars an hour, which is a take home of twenty nine thousand year. You're probably going to be sharing an apartment or you're going to be renting a room from somebody or you're going to be living with your daughter at home. If you're a single parent, that's usually, what's going to happen in California. Well, there's a couple of other problems here. First of all. A single mother with a six year old child earning thirty five thousand seventy dollars gross per year would not be paying six thousand a year and taxes. She'd probably be getting a, a child tax income tax worth several thousand there's a live, right, there dependent. Also, actually, I think qualify at that point when she stamps. So budget, low cost food for four hundred dollars a month. Taking care of and a lot of things would be actually taking care of the via phone, and it's not even right. That, that that's happening out there. But I'm calling me reality of it. She used this nitwit Katie porter. This democrat used an example, that actually would never happen because the person like that, with that kind of income, if you had a five hundred dollar deficit, let's say you weren't on any programs at all you couldn't maintain living there. So it wouldn't just be a shortfall. It would actually be the reason that you would actually have to move to an area in which you could afford with maybe I don't know. Five six hundred dollar rent, and it might not be the best area. But then, again your education your, your previous experience in life as only lead you to a job that sixteen dollars an hour, and you're a single parent that is your lot in life because we live in America, and in America. There are a lot of opportunities and you can take them, and you can make the sacrifice or you don't. And then you can say to me, well, she was a single parent while she obviously chose to have sex, she knew that, that could be a consequence. She knew that she might have to raise a child. And so all of this women's decisions in this hypothetical. Patricia example can be actually talked about as well. Wait. A minute aren't isn't this on her? Why is the Bank billionaire the guy that that he went to school? He did all of these things to earn where he was at. He got the job, obviously. And he's the bad guy because he's made a lot of money. Maybe along the line. He put it all on the on the table. Maybe put out all the risk, maybe, maybe he took advantages or sacrifice. I'm not quite sure what his entire background is. But I can't tell you this, that there was some sacrifice to get where you're where you're going to be and because of the amount with dollar signs of money that you make does not make you the bad guy. It means that you had this set of opportunities and this other person had this set of opportunities. And what did you do with those opportunities? I know a lot of people in America that took themselves out of welfare and out of everything else to move on up the ladder, and then become a CEO of a large company. So you can't tell me that we don't all have opportunities to do this in America. You know, I want to talk about this Katie porter a minute. This is why it's so important that we find out who were voting for she's in a district in California. That's pretty fluent district. She's from Iowa, then she's in California. Living now, in, in a fluent southern California district. She studied at Harvard Law School under Elizabeth the war. No. She's a democrat who beat who beat the Republican by twelve thousand votes. My gosh. Okay. Let's take the color, real quick. Caller, go right ahead. Go right ahead. Listen, be glaringly obvious emits scenario that you must do. And we must teach our kids to do everything humanly possible to avoid having to be a single parent. Yes. We have to ingrain that in them. Teach them to do that ever at a agree. When I was a young boy. And when we were newly married, I found myself in a similar situation, not as a single parent, but as a single wage of a young family could not make it on the income. I had as a an apprentice diesel mechanic. Okay. But you know what? When I got my second job we could make. Yeah. Yes. Third, John, we actually did pretty well. Amen. The kids nowadays. You even mention the idea that maybe get a weekend job or an evening job or art time job. They look at you with horrified expression true. That's if they have a truth is the truth and people make sacrifices when they have the low end job. This is why McDonald salary was never supposed to feed five kids, it was supposed to be a job that gave you a springboard into management or into another job and give you something like experience at a young age, that this is what we're up against our these Katie Porter's, these total nimrods, who blame that people with money as the people that need to ante up to the people that just made choices along the way to, to become who they were. And they want a big escape around more. They wanna make excuse and it's not okay. It's not. Okay. Yeah. Assistant manager Wendy's. Mcdonald's makes yeah they actually pretty good. They're over there close to thirty thousand a year system over that..

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"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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01:43 min | 3 years ago

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"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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02:32 min | 3 years ago

"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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KLBJ 590AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

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"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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KLBJ 590AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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KGO 810

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on KGO 810

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"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:46 min | 3 years ago

"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Always wondered you. You're productive fellow. How a typical week or month? I have no idea what the cycles are. But how how do you break up your various duties, do you try to do some of everything and every day or their weeks where you go without operating or writing? How does that work? I've never figured it out to be honest. Every day is a problem to solve how I get the things I'm interested in doing get get done. But I'd say it's probably on a daily cycle. So I might have a day in the operating room or in the clinic. But then the next day, I'll be entirely focused on my work in public health. And then I might be travelling in giving a lecture or visiting one of our research sites. There's a dominant team to the day. And then I'm piling everything else. Around it. And my main parameters are I really really work hard to have about twenty five percent of my time on schedule. And I make sure I get enough sleep most of the time and do you ever in the middle of let's say a surgery think about oh, here's how I will be writing about this day. You know? I don't really I'm in the flow, one of the things that I love about surgery is it is I have to confess the least stressful thing, I do because at this point. I've done thousands of the operations. I do ninety seven to ninety eight percent go pretty much as expected and the two percent that don't, you know, I know the ten different ways that are most common that they'll go wrong, and I have a protest to it. So it's kind of freeing in a in a certain way, you mentioned money seemingly touching or influencing everything you do would you mean by that? Well, I remember coming into practice says new surgeon in two thousand and three and fifteen percent of my patients were uninsured. I'm a cancer surgeon, and we would have to figure out like how do we get free care for this person? What are we gonna do for their radiation treatments? You know, I had a college student who had bought a PA. Policy that seemed great because it was so cheap. And then it turned out that it had a seventy five thousand dollar limit. And she had a metastatic cancer curable. But she needed one more thing after surgery and chemotherapy, which is going to be radiation. She didn't want us to tell her family because she was afraid they would mortgage their house. To pay for it. And of course, we did tell the family, and then of course, they did take out a second mortgage and. There's all the ways I paid. My patients are covered by fifty six different insurance. The last time that I checked all paying completely differently. It's kind of impossible to figure out what's gonna pay versus another gonna pay. I pay twenty nine thousand year from L practice insurance, which is incredibly low compared to what many people do around the country and even that like why is ours? Lower turns out, we have a very effective insurer that we work with. So there's interesting puzzles on on an every little corner of it. Sometimes tragic problems in the middle of it. I now I'm seeing patients routinely with two thousand dollars three thousand dollars five thousand dollar deductibles. And some of my patients have that. I that I specialize in a relatively rare conditions, and for example, one set of patients, I take care of have a genetic syndrome called leaf Romania where they have a mutation called p fifty three which in a gene that makes it so they're forming cancers all the time, and you know. Most of them don't make it to forty years of age. We've learned how to monitor them we've learned how to step in where ever removed multiple cancer people, and we're getting we're getting them past forty and then lo and behold their spouse buys cheap policy, which means that we're now out of network. And so they've decided that they have to go to a place that doesn't have a specialist, and it's painful because I'm watching watching them get inappropriate care now that could harm their life. So that's what I mean by money. Like, it's it's everywhere. So every time I ask you a question. Now, I feel like I'm using up time that should be spent better saving someone's life. But but but I'm gonna keep asking them. So how has the Affordable Care Act change your own universe in terms, especially if payment and the treatment that comes with it? Yeah. The the dramatic change really preceded the because I'm in Massachusetts. And so we got a a preview with Romney care where we got to have universal coverage come to Massachusetts through a plan a lot like ObamaCare, and now it's been a decade and within a couple of years. I no longer had uninsured patients. I haven't seen an uninsured patient in in about a decade. And then be Texas where the rate of uninsured dances. That one out of five people have no coverage for their basic needs. The other big thing though, is that as the cost of gone up and the and the cost sharing has gone up. It's been dramatic to me to see people who now have. Deductibles in the thousands of dollars routinely making decisions. You can see people are not filling their high blood pressure medication, and they're not taking their statins for cholesterol control and things like that that have long term consequences but on a day to day basis. Don't feel.

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"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:46 min | 3 years ago

"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Always wondered you. You're productive fellow. And I'm just gonna he's how a typical week or month. I have no idea what the cycles are. But how how do you break up your various duties, you try to do some of everything and every day or their weeks where you go without operating or writing? How does that work? I've never figured it out to be honest. Every day is a problem to solve how I get the things I'm interested in doing get get done. But I'd say it's probably on a daily cycle. So I might have a day in the operating room or in the clinic. But then the next day, I'll be entirely focused on my work in public health. And then I might be travelling in giving a lecture or visiting one of our research sites. There's a dominant theme to the day. And then I'm piling everything else around it, and my main parameters are I really really work hard to have about twenty five percent of my time on schedule. And I make sure I get enough sleep most of the time and do you ever in the middle of let's say surgery think about oh, here's how I will be writing about this day. You know? I don't really I'm in the flow, one of the things that I love about surgery is it is I have to confess the least stressful thing, I do because at this point. I've done thousands of the operations. I do ninety seven to ninety eight percent go pretty much as expected and the two percent that don't, you know, I know the ten different ways that are most common that they'll go wrong, and I have a protest to it. So it's kind of freeing in a in a certain way, you mentioned money seemingly touching or influencing everything you do would you mean by that? Well, I remember coming into practice as a new surgeon in two thousand and three and fifteen percent of my patients were uninsured. I'm a cancer surgeon, and we would have to figure out like how do we get free care for this person? What are we gonna do for their radiation treatments? You know, I had a college student who had bought PA. Policy that seemed great because it was so cheap. And then it turned out that it had a seventy five thousand dollar limit. And she had a metastatic cancer curable. But she needed one more thing after surgery and chemotherapy, which is going to be radiation. She didn't want us to tell her family because she was afraid they would mortgage their house. To pay for it. And of course, we did tell the family, and then of course, they did take out a second mortgage and. You know, there's all the ways I paid. My patients are covered by fifty six different insurance. The last time that I checked all paying completely differently. It's kind of impossible to figure out what's going to pay versus another gonna pay. I pay twenty nine thousand year from practices, which is incredibly low compared to what many people do around the country. And so you know, even that like why is ours? Lower turns out, we have a very effective insurer that we work with. So there's interesting puzzles on on every little corner of it. Sometimes tragic problems in the middle of it. I now I'm seeing patients routinely with two thousand dollars three thousand dollars five thousand dollar deductibles. And some of my patients have that. I that I specialize in a relatively rare conditions, and for example, one set of patients take care of having a genetic syndrome called leaf Romania where they have a mutation called p fifty three which in a gene that makes it so they're forming cancers all the time, and you know. Most of them don't make it to forty years of age. We've learned how to monitor them we've learned how to step in where we have removed multiple cancer people, and we're getting we're getting them past forty and then low and behold their spouse buys cheap policy, which means that we're now out of network, and so they've decided that they have to go to place that doesn't have a specialist, and it's painful because I'm watching watching them get inappropriate care now that could harm their life. So. That's what I mean by money. It's it's everywhere. So every time I ask you a question. Now, I feel like I'm using up time that should be spent better saving someone's life. But but but I'm gonna keep asking them. So how has the Affordable Care Act change your own universe? In terms of especially if payment and the treatment that comes with the dramatic change really preceded the because I'm in Massachusetts. And so we got a a preview with Romney care where we got to have universal coverage come to Massachusetts through a plan a lot like ObamaCare, and it's been a decade and within a couple of years. I no longer had uninsured patients. I haven't seen an uninsured patient in in about a decade. And then you go to Texas where the rate of uninsured dances at one out of five. People have no coverage for their basic needs. The other big thing though, is that. As the cost of gone up and the and the cost sharing has gone up. It's been dramatic to me to see people who now have. Deductibles in the thousands of dollars routinely making decisions. You know, you can see people are not filling their high blood pressure medication, and they're not taking their statins for cholesterol control and things like that that have long term consequences but on a day to day basis. Don't feel.

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"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on This Week in Science

"One small step for man was of course, preceded by many many small steps by Neanderthals. And now, thanks scientists from the boat Gibraltar national museum alongside colleagues from Spain Portugal and depend we have found that some of those steps of meandering Neanderthals were captured in rock print. This is published in the journal horn airy science reviews prince found in the cattleman base sand dune of time when the sea level was one hundred twenty meters below what it is presently and a great field of dunes that stretched out from the rock of Gibraltar in Gibraltar Gibraltar's Gibraltar, it's not in anywhere in less. You can Spain have a war at some point. It will stay just Gibraltar. But you could say it's the southernmost tip tip of Iberia. The work started ten years ago when the first dates were obtained it is then that the first traces of footprints left by vertebrates, profound subsequent years. The successive natural collapse of the sand has revealed further material that has permet permitted them to do even more detailed study, including some new dating techniques. So they identified footprints that correspond to species which are known from fossil material already to have an habit super author that dentist by red deer. Ibex? I don't know what the animal is our rocks, a U R O C H S where does that Blair? A new are orange. He. Thank you are opiates L. It's a huge cattle type thing. Okay. Used to be common. In Europe is now extinct it was a wild animal, not domesticated it looks it looks like a giant cow. Wow. Wow. They also found footprints for leopard, which is leopard in Iberia. I didn't know straight tusked elephant. In addition, scientists have found the footprints of a young human who they think is in the end or tall which dates around twenty nine thousand years ago, which would concided with Neanderthal dates remain nearby Goram's cave. If confirmed to be handed all these dunes would eventually be would then become the only the second Satan a world where Neanderthal footprints have been captured in stone the other being barshop cave in Romania..

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"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"twenty nine thousand year" Discussed on KTRH

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