17 Burst results for "Two Thousand Eight Hours"

"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on ARRL Audio News

ARRL Audio News

03:02 min | 8 months ago

"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on ARRL Audio News

"Pm on the one forty six seven repeater. Courtesy of the king's county radio club time now for the report looking to have a little fun on the satellites bruce k. k. five do reports that. He's worked t o one eight several times and it's an interesting satellite. The up link is four thirty five point. Seven two zero megahertz. Ls be the down link is four thirty five dot two nine zero megahertz. Usb what makes this satellite interesting is that it is on for approximately two seconds and then off for five seconds. That's right onto offer five. You basically transmit your call sign and grid square the first time and then hope someone comes back to you. This is one of those situations where timing is really everything. Also bruce suggests giving a o one or nine try. This one is a bit different. And he says it's almost impossible to make a voice contact however cw add f. T. four work much better. He said the up link is one forty five point. Eight six zero megahertz. Ls be the down link is four thirty five dot seven nine zero. Usb now you have to challenging satellites to try. The report comes to us each week. Courtesy of bruce page k. k. five zero. Here's a volunteer monitor program. Report for september technician. Class operators in ohio. Florida and tennessee were sent advisory notices after making numerous fda contacts on twenty meters technicians. Do not have operating privileges. On twenty meters of volunteer monitor and mission viejo california received a department of homeland security. Us coastguard certificate of appreciation for his efforts in locating a defective transmitter on marine radio channel. Sixteen that was blocking emergency. Communications a former licensee in north carolina received an advisory notice for operating under a call sign and licensed that had been cancelled by the fcc. An operator in tennessee received an advisory notice regarding operation on seven point. One three seven megahertz a frequency not authorized under his general class license. Operators north carolina and indiana received. Good operator noses. For exemplary operation during twenty twenty one and for regularly assisting other operators with transmitter adjustments and amateur radio procedures. The vm program recommended one case to the fcc foreclosure the program. Statistics for august showed two thousand eight hours on h. f frequencies two thousand six hundred forty two hours on vhf frequencies and above for a total of four thousand six hundred fifty but volunteer monitor program is a joint initiative between a. r. l. and the fcc to enhance compliance in the amateur radio service.

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"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

05:04 min | 8 months ago

"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"Like you should have one or you very close to could've one. Yes and there was a lot of frustration. You your game being like shut down a certain ways and but like the thing that immediately grab me in two thousand eight was how much something about the way. You approach judo haunt. You wanted to win. Close young that. I was when i was at this at this time in my career. I was out to like when like there was no like. I'm gonna grab you. I'm going to throw you if not you're gonna go through a battle you're gonna make sure you earned it it so happened that you competing in two thousand eight hours I became a fan of yours At that moment. And since then i I kind of knew gio of my university had a judo club. And i kind of knew a budget sue from mixed martial arts and obviously i wrestled from a years before and love wrestling. But there's something about you competing that made me all. There's no other way to say but like changed the direction my life because it it forced me to say you know what i'm gonna start judo and jujitsu and first of all for that. I'm really grateful but it is fascinating to think the his kid who's twenty two years old. I'm sure i'm not the only one the you've influenced like you've changed the direction of my life and there could be huge number of others like that. i mean. that's the power of us individual at on the olympic stage. Everything about the pressure. That did you. Did you think as a twenty two year old. There's a bunch of people. Like i know. I'm not the only one who changed. I just happened to have like a microphone recently. You know what i mean like is that it's fascinating thing about right like you. Perhaps he didn't think about this just as descended. Just a judo match but you like you influence hundreds of thousands of.

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"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

05:04 min | 8 months ago

"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"Like you should have one or you very close to could've one. Yes and there was a lot of frustration. You your game being like shut down a certain ways and but like the thing that immediately grab me in two thousand eight was how much something about the way. You approach judo haunt. You wanted to win. Close young that. I was when i was at this at this time in my career. I was out to like when like there was no like. I'm gonna grab you. I'm going to throw you if not you're gonna go through a battle you're gonna make sure you earned it it so happened that you competing in two thousand eight hours I became a fan of yours At that moment. And since then i I kind of knew gio of my university had a judo club. And i kind of knew a budget sue from mixed martial arts and obviously i wrestled from a years before and love wrestling. But there's something about you competing that made me all. There's no other way to say but like changed the direction my life because it it forced me to say you know what i'm gonna start judo and jujitsu and first of all for that. I'm really grateful but it is fascinating to think the his kid who's twenty two years old. I'm sure i'm not the only one the you've influenced like you've changed the direction of my life and there could be huge number of others like that. i mean. that's the power of us individual at on the olympic stage. Everything about the pressure. That did you. Did you think as a twenty two year old. There's a bunch of people. Like i know. I'm not the only one who changed. I just happened to have like a microphone recently. You know what i mean like is that it's fascinating thing about right like you. Perhaps he didn't think about this just as descended. Just a judo match but you like you influence hundreds of thousands of.

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"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on Cineflek

"I just like yet like you're talking about like like i think i sh- she wrote. This is well But just yeah the the idea of adapting emma in this way like yeah like all these funny characters. You get throughout. I just think she handles the movie. Really well yeah definitely and it's really cool to because fast times at ridgemont. High like Is such a different kind of free. School experience like Despite being like another generation it's like another planet away from like the clear the list highschool. So that's cool that she was able to kind of totally totally. It's really. It's really like the grassy to an extreme. How did this compare to your high school experience. Because you said it was like if it was influenced by clueless but he also went to school in san francisco. Different setup i would say that The classroom scenes were like the exact opposite. I loved like now is one of my favorite part of the classroom scenes because they were just so ridiculous like on their boxy cellphone like end this speech. travis gives about his way to. It's i want to talk to you with the targeted speech. Now was hilarious pet Like the people at my high school were like as rich if not richer leixoes definitely like go wealth neat thing you know for sure Or like everyone kind of lived in a little bit of a dream world but But it was also really academic so there was no lake. None of the lake. Fun like goofing around parts. Yeah no it definitely doesn't seem like anything gets done at this high school. Yeah and i went to high school from Chief thousand four two thousand eight hours like a whole different style like yeah no puppy but in a different way. Yeah no for sure for sure yet. The classroom scenes in this are are great. Like they're just they're they're tear so fun. I love the target in his speech. I love i love all of like Shares oral presentations. That she gets guys. You're like great points by the way totally allegories. Everything's a great debater in my heart. Total it i mean. That reminds me of legally blonde the way. She's the way got this like unconventional way of presenting facts. But you know she makes. She makes some good points. A apparently like silverstone couldn't pronounce haitians like she thought that was how it's pronounced and the director just told everyone set to like not corrector. Let it let it like you know. Let it play out in the scene. So that's why she's like pronouncing haitians and that scene which is great poor girl but yeah no i i i love. The i love the classroom scenes in this Yeah no my my high school was i mean. Powell is very academic focus. But like i think the kind of lunch thing was not too far off.

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"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"This last time if you have two thousand, eight hours of first crude oil market crash and then you have a subsequent twenty fourteen crash this last one that happened Saudi Arabia came out in early March saying that they were going to increase global production by two million a day they're the only people in the world that can do that where they can essentially flip a switch and Up Their supply production by about twenty percent or so and this sent markets into a tailspin going from about. Forty. Dollars a barrel of all the way down to. Twenty breaking or sees me twenty seven I should say and it had been very very You know kind of the markets had been lethargic at that point. So they fell off a cliff. And you know twenty seven was was was breached that puts the old twenty, sixteen, low twenty, six bucks on on on deck, and then you had covert hit. And that sent everything further down spiral simply simply because you now have sluggish demand with oversupply, we we started our our demand overnight This is a flip you don't WanNA switch. The US demand went down by thirty percent roughly overnight. and. From that point, it was just a black hole prices just kept falling and falling and falling to where a roughly about a month later You have what happened on April twenty. and the that is so what I just told you, there is essentially. The fundamental setup but then you have electronic and paper trading. And at that point you have options expiration which just happened the Friday before. So anybody who has long a contract of WTI has no way to Hedge Itt via options and you had a lot of these week longs by way of paper trading funds who could not take delivery of crude oil where it settles in Cushing Oklahoma. And you have you know the fall off a cliff. Alex. maybe Maybe you can chime in as to the little bit of background on the Delivery Process Yeah Yeah for folks to to know right the way by. Name he's absolutely nothing at this point. It's like just sounds like an interesting story that I only get twenty percent of. it's it's the way the oil markets work out or the futures markets were, which is an obligation to buy and sell oil for delivery date at a future point in time. While that future point in time is actually a specified date the way the futures markets operate is you have a a futures contract trades for. It's it's called a month It's given the term for a month so you'll have your January or February or March contracts so on. And you have the delivery date, which is when a contract stops trading a month contract stops trading at a specific date on that day everyone that is long was bought futures or short or sold futures in advance. have to settle physically meaning that the the people that are long have to take delivery of. of barrels and the people that are short have to make delivery of bounds meaning that you have a position on paper. But now you have to settle that position physically by taking physical barrels in, and there's only one location where physical settlement occurs, which is cushing. Oklahoma. You have to show up with your barrels and then they trade hands at that point in time. So Jen me as far as most trading goes in the futures market unless you are physically trading your trading for the purpose to take physical barrels at cushing, Oklahoma. You generally want to get out of your positions before that month comes to. So that and roll to roll your position to the to the following month so that you're not stuck with the obligation of having to show, take delivery or make delivery of barrels. That's what we had coming into April as we were going into an expiration. Actually. The day before expiration of the May contract annually because the barrel started pumping may one and they get scheduled on pipelines. April twenty fifth and so the futures contract like you said, Alex is just a piece of paper. It's a contract to be and just a backup. Long for viewers who might not know or tease me our listeners means to buy something. So if you are long something, you have purchased it or you have purchased the right to take delivery of it and on the other side of that if you're selling something, you are short. So when in the future when you hear Alex talk shorthand long or short no pun intended Ah Literally just are are synonyms or words to just mean by as in long or sell as in short and in particular just wanted to make sure that was understood. So we don't we don't lose it on on on verbiage but yeah, this was the the May contract that was going to start delivering may one those barrels flow throughout the month but they start on May one so that's the the date to keep in mind and the paper contract expires about three business days before scheduling, which is always on the twenty fifth month. And so and so usually depending on holidays and trade days to Sunday's twenty one days you don't trade on the weekends. The contracts usually expire twentieth twenty-first, twenty seconds sometimes the nineteenth, and in particular this case, it was going to expire on the twenty first, and that's when The you know the the freefall happened the day before expiration. Yeah and the setup George was you know a combination of of of different? Factors in the sense that you had. A people holding contracts holding long contracts. and short contracts going into expiration without closing those contracts on off their books suddenly forced to. make take delivery in an market environment that was. were. Talking about an oversupplied market like to Georgia's talking to yeah the combination of the price war you had Kovic with massive demand destruction. So there was product all over the place when you talk about Yao gasoline demand off forty percent jet fuel demand off ninety percent diesel demand off thirty percent because trucks and cars automobiles planes were not running and as a result of that your you had a lot of crude getting backed up because it wasn't being processed by refineries. You're going into cushing Oklahoma in in a situation where there. Was, not, enough available storage for someone to take possession of their barrels and actually store it in in a tank so that they can do something with it. They can schedule it or sell it outright. At that that conference come.

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"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on Bangarang Radio: A Podcast Network

"So it's not auto Jenn it's not the auto generated one because then I can do a you know it's right and I can also do little jokes and stuff. So on SA. phasers little zing coming across the street and stuff yeah Pew. Off instead of just coming at the bottom blastoff goes up like little little jokes. So have you guys watched the Space Force Net Flix TV show at all I have? Is it any good? You know what I liked it. I went with high expectations obviously being a Greg, Daniels Steve Carell project, and if either of you listening. Greg. Daniels Steve Carell. We are song is available for use for a nominal fee just gonNA throw that out there. If anybody knows them and this gets back to them the longer you wait though the higher the fees move, right? Yeah. Have your it's going up one hundred dollars a day right? How about one hundred per minute right? Listen, to this podcast, you know where I'm at Steve Carell. I didn't know if you knew this, he's a big fan of this podcast. So there's a good chance. He's list. chanceless it's good. Chance listening right now. Directly to him, but let's hope he waits as long as possible. So you guys get. As much money as possible. Yes. That is the that is why you joined a punk rock band. It really is just that's the only thing. Yeah. Yeah. And Babes. And Babes Oh man the amount I mean you guys have been banned for over ten way over to well, let's see. Is it it's not fifteen yet is it's over ten, twenty, twenty, twenty, three, you'll be fifteen. Together for over two decades at this point. So what year did your up rewind start? Then two thousand, eight hours Oh eight okay. This Twelve. Year Anniversary. So you know at least five dollars. And I've talked to three girls. I met my fiance at one of our. Hey. Yeah that's true. Okay. So easily you've got the how about Andy did he know his wife before he has he and he's never talked to a girl in his life Married before. They was born married. Yes. She doesn't. She doesn't have to talk to him. Actually does though Well, they could now they're stuck she she could've gotten out before. Now I was thinking of this too as a was getting ready for this podcast. You did you guys record with Matt Nick Williams? Is that how are bands crowds? How did our bands cross paths then? No, it was the connection. You're he was he was running sound a lot though right for others gigs like, yeah. Yeah. But for some reason I thought met. Because he used to run a studio I, don't know if you remember that. Almost. Guaranteed. The answer to your question is my space. Okay for I mean it could be but for some reason I have this. Ahead this memory in my head that you guys recorded with with Matt and his studio. Ten or twelve years ago until until. The first like EP came out, which was twenty twelve..

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"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

09:31 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"That's not something that old writers have a problem with that something that normal people have a problem with that's why Joe Biden gave a speech the other day condemning the violence because even Democratic voters who can put up with a lot are not putting up with this shit right here. So I I don't know what other policy you want to get into but I would like to say since you you list off some people who have had on my podcast I guess I've been too friendly to them So that makes me all right now hate to break it to you mark but you've had on your podcast and been very friendly to me so I think you just caught it. So Andy you better. Make sure you're not too nice to mark or you might catch this alt-right disease as well. I'm kidding, of course, none of you will catch it because this is the most idiotic logic I've ever heard in my life if it can even be classified as logic, but you did say I mean you made some pretty specific claims I screen, grab one of them here you said on twitter that that I am a man who effusively praises Holocaust Deniers, avowed racists and his fellow alt-right trolls when tests points. So I I mean I would just ask you a win have I praised Holocaust deniers? Just doing one second. I got the quote right here. Sure. I will say I think it's funny that you think you know there's nothing objectionable about not calling a trans person by what they like but you know you're very picky about what you get called. I, think we have defined objectionable versus versus what someone is advocating terms of force if we're talking about for talking about this through a libertarian filter. It would you disagree with Davis Perspective that you know when he fully agrees that they have the same rights as anybody else but might have a personal perspective about what somebody might be called I mean, would you differentiate those things under the libertarian banner when we're really should be anyway looking at things to the political ends through that to the use of force. I mean, you can be you can hold all of abhorrent beliefs and say all kinds of nasty awful things and not use force I. Don't think it helps libertarianism and I don't think it's conducive to libertarian outcomes to associated libertarian. This skirts things. but he you know, here's what you said to Michelle Malkin. you know. They did this or one of them. Holocaust denier or something I just don't care about any of that stuff. On, is that The one who wanted to talk to me don't interrupt Dave. Alright Dude I'm not the one who wanted to talk to you. You're calling me your label. You're the one who's talking to me on twitter. I. Said, why don't you try to back actually At you, you know somebody else. Conversation and you grab it. Right. So you just tweeting at a go ahead whatever tweeted out who I it's kind of around. Yeah I'll give you go ahead any. but you know talking to nick winters who is a full-blown Holocaust denier you said a look the Holocaust denier look at that you were dismissive of the idea that anybody would. Say Okay that's you know that's hilarious. To Nick Oh, my God. All right. Go ahead. Can I speak now day that guided. Thank you. So Nick Point is on his show. Let's just say that this is the starting point that six million Jews to the not six, million, one, exactly six million Jews died in the Holocaust and somebody says, yeah I don't believe it. Why is that the most horrible thing ever? It's like it's over it's done with now that's verbatim quote. Now if I can explain. I didn't say you're a Holocaust here and I'm not saying you are but I think it's pretty idiotic. that. You don't Negro to pretend to not understand the context of that as if it's Oh, it's just some historian graphical dispute about finding the right estimate as if that's not wrapped up in all the conspiracy theories and all the anti Semitic garbage that comes with it. you know, and that's that's just one example when you when you talk to these people. And you promote in, you do promote them to Libertarians I, mean your way hostile to a lot of libertarians than ever to them. And you dismissed these criticisms of them when you say, Oh, that's not a big deal that doesn't really matter. It does matter that we're associating the ideas of peace and freedom and liberty and equal rights for all. With this garbage. you know, and there's the pipeline is real. There has been a substantial number of Libertarians people who came out of the Libertarian Movement. Richard Spencer himself the one who kind of I don't think coined but largely popularized the term. All right. Came Straight Outta the being Ron Paul supporter which. Was Back in two, thousand, seven, two, thousand, eight hours a Ron Paul supporter. But you know. When you talk to me about race and I q say Yeah you're right. You've got good points. This is you know you can spend it. However, you want this is pandering to bigotry. This is taking these ideas into Libertarians, bases and promoting them. As you know packaging them as acceptable to things that libertarian should you know if not accept at least not care about neurotic to object to and that's not a corporate press talking point that's not something came from Hillary Clinton. You can think step on new and nick winters are piece of Shit and not like Hillary Clinton and not be taking it from the New York Times or whatever all you have to do is look at what these people say. And when they come on your show. And and you you know hold them up as these brave politically incorrect saying things that others air wouldn't. Yeah. Putting a stamp of endorsement on it. That's that's more than just Oh, well, talk to anybody. That's not just Oh, while I'll you know I'll have a a you know vice news interviews Chris can't well or whatever nobody is confused about them being sympathetic you told him you're sympathetic the alright that's an exact quote. So no this. You know you can. You can try to pass this off as Oh, you know. I just I just I'm just willing to talk to anybody and I'm just you know willing to happen interview with the with anybody you know but I I just disagree and I think. Okay. With yourself. I didn't say that. So go ahead I mean finish. I've never said I'll interview anybody I just hate this thing where I'm right here. So you're saying what I say for me and then saying you disagree with that, we started there with you claiming that I praised Holocaust deniers and you haven't shown anything that you could even stretch into me praising Holocaust deniers you also accuse me of leaving out context the context of the quote that you pulled from when I was talking Nick Flynn says was Ben Shapiro. Saying that nick was joking around with a comment on his chat about Holocaust deniers. Now, my point was that when you have a neo con, War Hawk like Ben, Shapiro saying look how horrible these people who deny the Holocaust are. I was just getting into the controversial area and saying you know what I mean truthfully speaking as a Jew who is the grandson of Holocaust survivor who very much knows it's real. My family was slaughtered in the Holocaust I'm saying I actually find it far more offensive to be promoting the current holocausts happening in Yemen The Iraq Libya. Then I do for someone who says I don't believe a Holocaust happened in the forties happened That's the point that I'm making. That is such a ridiculous dishonest representation of that to say I'm praising Holocaust deniers, it's just an accurate. False dichotomy I. Think you can be Anti War and thank Holocaust denial is obviously obviously that's what I am. I'm anti war and I'm a grandson of a Holocaust survivor my point it's not a ridiculous dichotomy I was speaking about a man who is those things? Who is a war? Hawk promotes these wars and saying Holocaust denial is the worst thing. Ever, that's the point. That's the context. If you WANNA talk more about context when you when you bring up that quote that I said that I said, I'm largely sympathetic to the alt-right to Christopher count. Well, you are absolutely and probably intentionally leaving out the context of that. What I said was I'm by the way that the guy who made that mean. That, you share, she even admitted this months and months of of people like posting the audio of it to him and him pretending that he hadn't seen even he finally admitted it someone sent me the screen shot of it but what I said was more or less look I'm sympathetic to the alt-right not I think you guys are unfairly portrayed in some. Ways. But if you're out there marching with people who have swastika flags on I'm not going to be any part of that and I won't endorse or recommend anybody to because the Nazis slaughtered my family. It was a truly evil movement something along those lines. So if you want if you want to yeah, I, know you know you dishonestly just take them..

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"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Lowly medical yes mmhm so if you want to take the kids out to eat or drink is the Wienermobile they'll be and sever north Walmart on Thursday physical I hop is now serving cereal pancakes and milkshakes they partner with cinnamon toast crunch lucky charms and captain crunch berries they create a new collection of menu items for that night goes all the way up and mowing I think was guy fury that doesn't have a new restaurant chicken guy I think he does very well and what he's done member it's when you have cereal and you have the milk at the bottom of the bowl we would just drink the milk and you still have the sugar in the taste of zero he's now making milkshakes at his restaurant based on that phenomenon not credible more than I did Callaway as part of its national broker brokers we can Kellogg's giving a week's worth of zero lucky winners so if you want raisin bran or frosted mini wheats that or just go to Kellogg's family rewards dot com and pledged to increase your fiber intake Chuck and you could be a big winner by the way are yesterday I went to a meeting is because you'd said that on the twenty ninth you know you can go ahead you could go there and they're going to give you a free egg McMuffin no it's only till ten AM right why am I didn't hear that part yeah six to ten yeah well you know you you're not requiring that I actually listen to you this call it is helpful for charges of this nine years not listening so I'm following his example the guy's been around for a long time he knows what he's doing contracts as I don't have to listen I just need to show up on the threes because somebody said so either stick around him because managing your name a lot that's right not that yourself involved this is bit does trucks food noon this is Chuck it's amazing by the way this regulation is ever done this for Chuck Whitaker right yeah by the way struck Whittaker's chucks I mean does he have a hell of a from Bubba the love sponge down Florida toward our hope not let himself too much if Okey dokey yeah I'm serious you think I'm moving along a sofa in the run from Berkeley California apparently getting backlash on Saturday after asking neighbors to close the windows when cooking meat because smells were over powering an offensive to her imagine that's a little like sort of Chuck and that's not even before okay because he hears a lot of folks run for over a century we now have made sure our mission is it's laundry in the hamper that's all let's meet in fused clothing is what it is in life and I choose what hampers the character model one cat okay it's the host on yeah one three and a half this is a great what has I think yeah nobody has sympathy for you mark the host well we're both posts right yeah so yes yeah which one is being mocked yeah yeah he was marking both I don't know what the other person just walking you because the twins now well I got I got charged back here memorizing yeah as long as you don't retire financial confidence I know you have a way to segue that why not you can leave now I know you have a plan in place guaranteed to work even if we suffer another financial crisis I don't have your back I know like we had two thousand eight hours let's go to the market gains with none of the losses you are better interest rates than you're getting in your CD is guaranteed how about tax free income in retirement now look if you want to be sure you're getting your maximum social security benefits are on long term care without.

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"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on KGO 810

"So you know a lot's changed since two thousand eight hours to the financial crisis change the way we lend money which is good and bad obviously the ninja loans don't come no job loans if you know that thanks for taking advantage of people leading think all they could own a home and then you know no when they fail with her the adjustable rate it was bad news in fact it's been so bad that people like Ben Bernanke could even get a refinance home because when he left the fed who is chairman of the fed he went to a bank and they said you don't have any incoming goes around the fed my point is this is war Pacific private money really comes into makes a big difference whether you're tired are and maybe downsizing maybe will be closer to the grand get something like that and you want to get a new place or maybe you're starting a new business they understand it Pacific private money they offer some of the most creative loan programs around SO you want to purchase your next on before selling your existing home because that's what happens but you know so maybe you know your home is paid for and maybe you and your wife to work anymore you park trash is real estate maybe just consulting something like that and you don't want to move twice but the banks as we can and your money into you sell your home and you're like yeah you gotta Pacific private money they'll enjoy the money yeah the interests are to be hired to be some points however you'll be able to get the home you want could you be a cash first person then with some of that money can do and you can state your home and do maybe the kitchen bathrooms and get more in many cases to wash for the point that you pay you'll get that back with the added value to your home I've seen it many many times and the best part you know about a ginger transitional bridge loan from Pacific private money is this is a new these guys are doing this a long time they got it down and they help hundreds of homeowners buy their next home without first selling their existing home.

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"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Independent thought independent life this is Chad does the news okay a recession is a normal part of economic activity we see them turns and down turned a recession doesn't mean it's a crisis but if you were a sitting president you don't necessarily want a recession on your watch you want people feeling good but seeing that we have been in economic expansion for the better part of ten years it's about time we get a recession wow they're excited about a recession they are at Stephanie Ruhle so do you guys get that I'll break it down for his use big words it's a normal part of life a recession thank you for explaining that to me you pay for this what money that's not very nice that's very sector through faith Chad very fact that CSX's your cab one of the reasons the economy has expanded in positive growth for this long is the massive corporate tax cut that the president gave us a year and a half ago he said that would result in GDP boom in business investment three four five percent growth for two point one percent that's the average resident says this is the best economy ever it's not and if we did face a recession it would be normal and it would be okay it would be okay totally fine by the way she'll still get paid for those of you who would be losing their jobs don't worry about me I'll be fine I'm good I'm good don't worry about me I got this we're good I know you lost your job you're thinking about that but then for mommy thought I'll Denver's is okay don't worry I'm fine they want a recession right they want a recession we're speaking it in to existence now I don't think it's going to happen for awhile but it is kind of funny to watch like them all trip over themselves it's okay it's okay it's okay to just go to the light you're going to be fine it's still hard it is to to watch some of the stuff we do it so you guys don't have to it's a bunch of crap it really is listening to the mumble on it like I could care less about the way that you you know you're wanting a recession and I'm to be honestly it just makes me laugh when I sit here and and listen to it is normal everybody knows that it's a normal part of life it's just what's it going to look like that's the bigger thing are we gonna look like two thousand eight hours is going to be more like a blip like a speed bump will slow down a little bit but then eventually we'll get her with an R. C. legs and off we had to get.

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"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

11:09 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Time to. Wow. I am so excited about our guest planes, funder, he is done. He is an American powerlifter extraordinaire is decorated so much it took me five hours to read this guy's bio, and then some plus I had already seen clips of him, lifting, and he joins us right now from his Jim in Gillette, Wyoming blame. Thanks so much for coming on. Absolute pleasure to be here. So let's talk about powerlifting. I love how you're, you're right there. It's almost like you're ready to to go. What was it that got you on that path to powerlifting because in high school you were involved in so many other sports? Yes, so throughout my life in the league college, I always played sports all my favorite. I school college, and obviously, the weightlifting always goes in of all, so that's really where I got my start in my loves or the weightlifting are lifting wants to football days were over I needed something to keep beating in, and it was an easy transition to pharaohs easy transition. So I'm thinking, yeah, of course, the squats the bench the dead lift, but come on. You had a unique skill right? Did everybody wants to be you in the gym, when they saw you does actually not short and successful might look when I was school, I was the second weakest kit on my team as a sophomore? I was always really all really skinny pretty athletic. My junior year is when I just started this or the all straight. It really was a slow steady climb like the local level after few years then years later at the national level than on in the world. Hold and silently eventually the world's best in the world. So when you sit out, did you think, hey, I'm going to be the best in the world. I'm going to conquer this thing you know, I'm going to go to the Arnold festival in two thousand fourteen three grueling days consecutively, and I'm going to meddle, I'm gonna walk away with two gold medals. Did you ever think that you would get to that level? I think deep down then but I was so focused on my next small step forward that I wasn't, you know, to swatting six hundred hours to eleven hundred that was always the goal was more and more visually all his little steps take. You along lays. What's the hardest thing about, as you said, there's little steps about this game about being being an American power Lister? I would say that, that's changed over my career right now at this point the artist thing is managing an extremely busy life. Busy job. It's very time stressed mandating and then also just racking up injuries. The being stuff years giant to go. It's first you started in new this straight games come easily everyone's excited motivated. But when he gets to try ten times as hard to make a fraction of the gains that you used to. That's what it just. Did you ever mentor going into this? Yes, down the first person I ever knew that I heard the term from before I was born. Then when I decided, I wanted to get into kind of help in the right direction in that eventually, they ended to some folks in Aurora, Colorado. Dan, Jennifer grow. They had Jim and starting competitions. Wow. As people are listening to this. And then some people get the opportunity to see this, obviously, we have a fabulous video that people will be able to see and we'll share it all over the place, as they're listening to this, and they think about well, I want to do that. I want to at least give better in the gym gives us a couple of quick tips for the average mere mortal like myself needs three people on each side to be able to hold me out when I'm doing it. The first thing is just realizing that it's a marathon, it's not a sprint no matter what the goal is, is going to be alive. Small steps, especially in today's day and age. It's patient, seeing all these crazy things on social media. There's no shortcuts, you're not going to wake up in a leak, or even a month be where you want to be so things just consistently grinding and putting forth effort consistently day in day out. And then the other one is trying to find someone who can point you in the right direction of quality techniques, and a good basic training for rail again, there's no magic tricks. There's no secret program, but understanding base movements right at a good so routine and sticking to consistently use the biggest powerlifting game really gained by having you, you win. There's no question about it. You have a gazillion, followers people. Love you and people are always rooting for you. I can see that in the time that I've been following you. But can you imagine if you hadn't had a career in the NFL because, really that was the road, you're going, what happened there? Yeah. That's where it was going thought he was going to land a play division to all the car school mines. I was at all American there. Play tackle graduated in two thousand ten was the year. That's a lockout to number of teams when the lockout about graduating college seniors or NFL teams for customers. Never never really got a chance if I did get my chance of succeeded and had a successful career there. But that's not where I'll ask. Let so. App. You satisfied with what I've been able to do airlifting roads in the powerlifting world one is it that you love to do the most because, of course, the competitions are different and you have if you look at I mentioned at the top squats lift, etc. Do you have something that you love to do the most resent, the comprehensive? Oh. Ninety five percent of my career. It was the squat. Overtime injuries to my knees hips. My back still too strong. A squatting level. They've been but it makes the training harder because I wish I could go in like I used to just firing squad as heavy as the cannon ours. I can really injuries can restrict that. So now, I'd say it's kind of been the squad on the bench squadron adventure. I love it. So do you think that sports? Do you think power lifting sport is getting bigger? We're speaking with Blaine, Sumner course, and some of you can see him and obviously others can hear him as well, and he's, he's right there by his equipment in Gillette, Wyoming. Do you think it's getting bigger? It feels like that's me. Yeah. It's sure is. I think maybe he's. Maybe down twelve of oscillation, and then onto now play two doesn't eighteen booms starting out again. So would levelling out. So that means is you has the competition for you gotten better. Or have you gotten that much better? I think a little bit. Biglou vizo a fake. No rising tide, the Saul shifts so the flies years. And what is it that you want? If you were to look to one thing you want to win one thing you want to be one thing. What would it be? You know, it's an interesting sport because. Yes, both measurable 's number trying to hit, but also big competitions. I was saying most motivated by proving myself. So right now, squatted alone hundred thirty pounds at fish thousand three I've done this today. Seventeen. I'm big into milestone, so, you know, just over a hundred Mark of those might take a while to the next mart. But I just like to keep chipping away and there's no world records, further and further. I love that in helping you get in the kind of shape that you're getting in. I know that you love pro Hewlett premier sports concrete, some because I'm thinking of lifting concrete. But it's awesome stuff. Tell us about it, and how it works for you. Yeah. I've been very fortunate. First time I ever met anyone with concrete was in two thousand eight hours of the Neath. I talk to them, they're they in to through the rest of my college football as pursue the NFL, and they've been there since day, one of my parents, Saint career. The, the support this the company has the integrity that they have a same integrity. They put another products as sure without doubt. I'll be good to where I am today of where I compete is free, so I'm drug tested all the time. I get stranger showing to be up and I have lost lose if I fail the drug test because of something that was in a supplements. A lot. So. The biggest advantages me the mayor supplements concrete besides acting where so well as another nothing state or make me feel drug tests. He has security is great. And what does it do for you physically? What is it done for you, because you've taken it for a long time. Yeah. So the flagship product, the concreteness is creating to get up to two thousand eight Elsie recovered from workouts gives you a little bit more energy dream workout, a little every, every time between sets and. Recovery, or Shen of the concrete team is the best Danja that I take the proteins well before drain after workouts, and then throughout the day. But I'm trying to get meals in and then recoveries also recovery by that. I think I love Winston best thing. This is the last question. What's the best thing about being powerlifter? I think a lot of little kids dreams to grow up and be a big strong guy. I think that's. That's what I like better filling up. The gas station are driving down the road speed a big strong guy and pointed out is feels like an accomplishment. We'll big strong dying since gentlemen to blame. Thank you so much. I look forward to being in your gym sometime and having you show me a few techniques lead do that. I was Louis. All right. I'm gonna do buddy. I'm gonna come to Wyoming, thank you so much. Thank.

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"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

11:08 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Time to. Wow, I am so excited to our guest lanes funder. He is done. He is an American powerlifter extraordinaire is decorated so much it took me five hours to read this guy's bio, and then some plus I had already seen clips of him, lifting, and he joins us right now from his Jim in Gillette, Wyoming blame. Thanks so much for coming on. Absolutely pleasure to be here. So let's talk about powerlifting. Love how you're, you're right. There's almost like you're ready to to go. What was it that got you on that path to powerlifting because in high school you were involved in so many other sports? Yes, so throughout my life in the league college, I always played sports all my favorite. I school college, and obviously, the weightlifting always goes in panel football. So that's really I got my start in my lows or the Wailers day are lifting then wants the football days were over I needed something to keep beating in, and it was an easy transition to power, it easy transition. So I'm thinking, yeah, of course, the squats the bench the den list, but come on. You had a unique skill right? Did everybody wants to be you in the gym? When they saw you does actually not short successful path might look when I was a school, I was the second weakest kid on my team off more. I was always really tall. Really skinny? Round like junior year when I started this ask the whole straight. It really was a slow steady climb Mike competitive at the local level after few years than years later at the national level, then the world hold and finally, especially the world's best in the world. So when you sit out, did you think, hey, I'm going to be the best in the world. I'm going to conquer this thing you know, I'm gonna go to the Arnold festival in two thousand fourteen three grueling days consecutively and I'm going to meddle. I'm the walkway with two gold medals did you ever think that you would get to that level? Deep down. I did. But I was so focused on my next small step forward that I wasn't, you know, swatting six hundred hours to hundred that was always the goal was a ten more more Benchley, little steps take. You along lays. What's the hardest thing about, as you said, there's little steps about this game about being in being an American power lifter? I would say that. That's changed over my career right now at this point the artist thing is managing an extremely busy life. Busy job. It's very time, stressed, the mandating and then also just racking up injuries. The being struck years giants Kiko, it's species started news this straight games come easily everyone's excited motivated, but when he gets to try ten times as hard to make a fraction of the gains that you used to. That's what did you ever meant? You're going into this. Yes, down to the first person, I ever knew that I heard powerlifting term from before I was born are listed, then what I decided I wanted to get into kind of help in the right direction. Twos. Some folks in Aurora, Colorado, Dan, Jennifer pigro they had Jim and starting competitions. Well as people are listening to this. And then some people get the opportunity to see this, obviously, we have a fabulous video that people will be able to see and we'll share it all over the place is, they're listening to this, and they think about well, I want to do that. I wanted at least get better in the gym gives us a couple of quick tips for the average mere mortal like myself who needs three people on each side to be able to hold me out when I'm doing it? So the first thing is just realizing that it's a marathon, it's not a sprint no matter what the goal is gonna be alive, small steps, especially in today's day and age it's patient and seeing all these crazy things on social media. There's no shortcuts, you're not going to wake up in a leak or even a month and be where you want to be. So staying just consistently grinding putting forth the effort consistently day in day out, and then the other one is trying to find someone who can point you in the right direction of quality technique. Good basic training for real again. There's no magic tricks. There's a secret program, but the basic lewdness right at a good so all routine. And sticking to consistently is the biggest geek, powerlifting game really gained by having you, you. There's no question about it. You have a gazillion, followers people. Love you and people are always rooting for you. I can see that in the time that I've been following you. But can you imagine if you had a career in the NFL because, really that was the road, you're going, what happened there? Yeah. That's where it was going to thought he was going to land a plate vision to all Colorado school of mines. I was an all American air. Play tackle graduated in two thousand ten was the year. A lockout to number of teams when the walkout came about graduating, college seniors or NFL teams for couple months. Never never really got a chance. I think if I did get my chance to succeed in had a successful career there. But that's not where I'll ask let so app you satisfied with what I've been able to do that. Airlifting roads in the powerlifting world. What is it that you love to do the most because, of course, the competitions are different and you have if you look at I mentioned at the top squats dead lift, etc. Do you have something that you love to do the most or is it the comprehensive? You're the ninety five percent of my career. It was the squat. Overtime injuries to my knees hips back. I'm still at the strong, a squatting levels been, but it makes the training harder because I wish I could go in life. I used to just fire squad as heavy as the canon ours I can but really the injuries can restrict that. So now, I'd say it's kind of been the squad on the bench squad adventure. I love it. So do you think the sport, do you think powerlifting sport is getting bigger speaking with Blaine, Sumner course, and some of you can see him and obviously others can hear him as well, and he's, he's right there by equipment in Gillette, Wyoming? Do you think it's getting bigger? It feels like that to me. Yeah, it's for sure is. I think maybe he's. Maybe until down twelve it was kind of slats relation, and then two thousand twelve onto now play eighteen booms starting out again. Leveling out. So that means is you the competition for you gotten better. Or have you gotten that much better? I think a little bit of Louisville. Rising tide the salt shifts so that flies years. And what is it that you want? If you were to look to one thing you want to win one thing you want to be one thing. What would it be? It's an interesting sport because you both measurable 's number trying to hit, but also big competitions. I was saying most motivated by proving myself. So right now, squatted eleven hundred thirty thousand three that done today some team. I'm big the milestones. So, you know, just kind of over a hundred Mark each of those might take a while to the next. But I just like to keep chipping away and pushing the world records further I, I love that in helping you get in the kind of shape that you're getting in. I know that you love pro, you look, premier sports concrete, some because I'm thinking of lifting concrete, but it's awesome stuff. Tell us about it, and how it works for you. Yeah. I've been very fortunate. First time I ever met anyone with the concrete was in two thousand eight hours of the Neath. I talk to them there. They supported me through the rest of my college football as pursue the NFL, and they've been there, since day, one of my parents career. The, the support this the company has the integrity that they have a same integrity putting other products as for sure without doubt. He'll be where I am today of where I compete is free. So I'm Brad tested all the time. I get strange assurance, my door. Be like up and lost lose if I failed drug tests because of something that was in a supplements. A lot. So. The biggest me supplements concrete factory work, so well as another nothing state or. Make me feel a drug tests. Yes. And then security is great. And what does it do for you physically? What is it done for you, because you've taken it for a long time. Yeah. So the flagship product, the concrete is create team. I'm gonna get up to two thousand eight LT recover from workouts gives you a little bit more energy during work out a little bit of recovery. Time between sets and. Recovery, or the concrete creating is the best Danja that I take the proteins. Well before drain network house. Then throughout the day, meals in and then recoveries also recovery. I love it was the best thing. This is the last question. What's the best thing about being powerlifter? I think a lot of little kids dreams to grow up and be a big strong guy. I think that's, that's what I like better filling up the gas station are just driving down the road. Speed a big strong guy. Pointed out is a compliment. Big strong central gentlemen to blame. Thank you so much. I look forward to being in your gym sometime and having you show me a few techniques. You do that absolutely. All right. I'm gonna do buddy, I'm gonna come to you. Thank you so much. Thank.

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"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on 790 KABC

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10:00 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on 790 KABC

"We have Mr. Josh Sukkur. How are you? Josh. Oh, happy four twenty day. Thank you bury. We're going to get into that in a minute. We have Mr Tony Rodriguez. How are you? Tony also happy for twenty Barry. Thank you so much. And folks today's show is all about CBD how it helps to heal your body. You know, we're an alternative medicine show. So what we want to do is do different products and actually heals your body from within. So you don't have to take one of those blue pills or red bills or yellow pills? That's what we're here to talk about. You know, folks, first thing we wanna do is. If you've got a question about CBD, you have testimony. How it's helped you. We want to hear from you on the year. We're live call in show eight hundred two two two five two two two. That's eight hundred two two two five two two two. Eight hundred two two two five two two two. You've got a comment about CBD you've used it. And it's really helping you or you use it. It's not helping you. We want to hear from all sides of the story. Eight hundred two two two five two two two. Let's jump right in. And Josh, let's talk about what's four twenty berry. Thank you. Yes. So forth. Twenty and today is four twenty four twenty started northern California as a call sign for the police in the seventies. And what they would do is when someone was smoking marijuana or there was a marijuana related activity going on I guess crime at the time that that was their call sign. There's a four twenty in progress that took from that day the counterculture back in the late sixties or early seventies. Kind of took it upon themselves as that's that's the underground word for it. Kind of related to the Grateful Dead. And that whole thing that was hearing guarantee and everybody that's probably where they wound up actually when the the first call. They said, okay, we're Jerry Krause in studios correctly, it has central California. So what does it? So this has gone this has gone on since then there's been every year there's been something obviously back then you had to hide and it's now come out where it's a big show up. And it's a big. Unofficial national holiday. I guess I mean what's going, especially I've seen southern California. But now, we're legal and legal in ten states. Yes. And but I'm taking it as really as as to promote what's going on with CBD, Tony as as well because that's really the medical side. Obviously we're here today because we're not celebrating four twenty in the in the high ties high ties, and that's not what I do. But I look at it from from a medicinal perspective necessarily why I was drawn to anything any and all thing that surround for twenty and marijuana and or CD mainly CD everyone's passion here is helping each other and help our passions to help people. Tony, you know, just to kind of catapult off of what you just said is if you if you read CNN today CNN has an interesting article on talking about the the next school wave obviously in the next wave of billionaires. And it basically is. The people that we kind of, you know, kind of laughed at made fun of in highschool have no actually taken a patch that they've had in are actually growing, which which is interesting and in it's a developing industry. This CBD side is newer side, which is non who synergetic. It's definitely been developed as a medicinal product. So it's kind of of the of cannabis in itself. So, but again, it's it's definitely a growing industry in an alternative supplemental sort of the guy from the fast times at ridgemont. High is now becoming a billion holy is problems in Maryland. What what country so you know to get on the year life. You've got a question about CBD. If you want to give a testimony of helping you you don't have to use your real name, if you're afraid or if it's done something bad to you. We want to hear from you eight hundred two two two five two two two. That's eight hundred two two two five to two. Let's go to Cody and Cody has a question, Cody. What's your question? Hey, good morning. Good morning. Well, it's a question. I just wanna share like spirits with CD because I'm sorry to hear that please. Let us know what how what's going on with you? So in two thousand eight hours diagnosed with ganglia, Saitama, brain tumor and had brain surgery to retracted the tumor, which is all clear now. Thank god. I didn't I wasn't electic. I didn't have any issues except for the fact I had kind of tumor growing in my brain. Long story short after the surgery. I started having a grand mal seizures. Because of the scar tissue on the brain. App. The dodgers started putting me on camera depakote and all these different seizure medications, which weren't actually helping the Caesar some of them actually made my seizures worse. But besides that there's one hundred different side effects. I've done with your ability suicidal, thoughts, depression and then worsening seizures. And so they didn't really have a remedy for me until I found CBD just recently. Tell us about. So over the last I've been taking CBD probably for the last two and a half years. I've only had one seizure on the CB, and it wasn't even a full grandma seizure. Like usually have I wake up in the hospital. It was a controlled by focus easier was I was able to go and lay in my bed and just kind of wait for it to subside. Wow. It sounds like that really helped. And I've never had experience on any kind of pharmaceutical. I never had the ability to kind of maintain my consciousness. So my question now is like what is the proper dose? I need to make sure I don't even have a focus seizure or like is there higher CBD concentrations? I could utilize or doesn't need to have THC activate the CBC and stuff like that. All right. Sri of us that are going to give you different answers. Josh you wanna start? Yes. Cody have is Josh is. So basically the and the way that the doctors are telling us candid actors round last week. The doctors always say start off with a slower dose a lower dose. I should say. So whether it's two fifty or five hundred and just you see what your body and this for everybody, not just you everybody out of listeners out there. You know, you always wanna start anything with a slower dose get your body's, especially if you're brand new and you never had it in your body before. I just see how your body reacts keep in mind. This is a supplement. It doesn't diagnose treat cure or heal any disease currently, and it's it's not allowed to yet. They're they're in. Early human trials they're doing animal trials as well. So we have to we have to almost figure out on her own and every body spotty every person's ninety I should say is going to is going to have a different effect from my I have a story by Newbury's story. Tony has a story. Right. Exactly. We all have different elements off fingerprints were all totally different. Our makeup's are different. So so the thing is that now can I ask you what currently what type of dose are you on like from it? Like somebody in the one that you're taking probably five hundred I'm taking a CD g from prime my body. And it's it's it's two milliliters per per day. I'm taking so it's five milligram. I think it's five hundred milligram bottle. Okay. I'm actually familiar. I'm familiar with that with that brand. That's a yeah. Particulate or at a mmediately goes into your system crab, particularly. One of the best products out there on the market right now, there are others. But this is this is one of the top ones. And we'll actually talk later in the show and how to actually interested in it. I'll get out give out my Email, and we'll be able to talk with them. I'll Email them. Product is a great it tastes, really good. It you can feel this like vibrance than station almost instantly where you just feel like now like any kind of high. But just more aware in alert like you're just like kind of more with it. And I I didn't really have that with the regular old CBD. I was taking a different manufacturer. But what I can't say that. I what the CD when I was thinking what I can say is that I would always have these Auras come over me throughout the day where I would feel like I was going to go into a seizure. So if your epilepsy. You kind of understand that what that feels like it's kind of like the tidings ID, and you can get it is randomly certain things trigger it maybe lights anxiety like certain stressful situations being on the TV. I would never get those insane. Where I mean, I had one one time at a at Macy's. I was in line to pay for some clothing, and I literally thought to have a seizure because. Oh, let's have cell phone hell here. We just lost him for a second. Let's see if we can get him back here. Are you there? Okay. Dead spot. Oh, sorry. Sorry. I pulled over here. So what I was saying I had a really bad aura. In in Macy's one day. It was really bad anxiety, and when when you're ever left if you don't know if you're going to have a seizure or not. So what does she has been helping me like eliminate all those kind of Auras and that to to where I feel like I might have seizure whether or not knowing it or not 'cause I never know if O'Hare comes okay 'cause it can control them, and you just go out. But I haven't been getting aura. I don't get this insatiable, and I just I feel less afraid on a daily basis. Great..

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"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

11:58 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"I heavy lucky you and see that kind of self deprecating asian is while you're famous or cheese kurds at one hundred percent of my meals i feel i feel great i have discovered something what i discovered is that beneath the gay jewish wish coastal elites exterior is the digestive tract of a mid western obama trump voter we meant the play lyle lovett it is a musician known first stop the lyrics and melancholy voice but we played john lovett a podcast host and former speech writer for president barack obama common mistake after all who looks at first names when they're choosing something but do not us ended not belinda walker other ms walker in her relatives they're all big fans of lyle lovett and so when she saw a post that he was going to be playing in austin this past sunday she and sixteen family members ponied up about a hundred bucks each to see him on his cleverly named love it or leave it to tour except that it's not a clever name for lyle lovett tour it is a clever name from podcast hosted by john love it on which he end up panel discuss what the website refers to as quote our broken in spain political nightmare factory unquote now you infer correctly the john lovett is liberal you also infer correctly the john lovett but did not lyle lovett unfortunately belinda walker and her glenn did not make that same infringe so they're all sixteen of them were on sunday expecting just text and playing sad then funny songs and instead seeing a non texan insulting donald trump john lovett has since issued a statement saying quote i just wanna make sure baffled music fans have a good time even though a live podcast where i yell about politics and game of thrones his knee exact exact opposite of the dulcet tones they were looking for on quote for the first time in nearly thirteen years as of this week hassan bennett is free the philadelphia man would finally acquitted of second degree murder charges relating to an event in two thousand six mr bennett had been convicted of orchestrating orchestrating and taking part in an ambush shooting of two young men in a car he always maintained his innocence saying he was on the phone at home when he heard shots ringing out this was the fourth and final triumphs on bennett's case it's also the most unusual because mr bennett decided he was going to learn the law while in prison and he successfully represented himself we reached on bennett in philadelphia has found take us to that moment in the courtroom when you got that not guilty verdict from the jury was that like when i walked up it was fascinating expert any exhibits or anything so i knew i was gonna get a not guilty verdict but when they actually fit not guilty it was like i like all my work at paid off like a certified approve a need proof that everybody told you not to do this right i mean this was this is concerned stupid thing to do you don't defend yourself especially this is the kind of what this is your last chance right this wasn't like you had other cards you could place so we gave you that confidence you thought you could defend yourself well it was a brother you know his name is richard wilson that was his real name but we call it and brother luke marcel me i used to ask him questions about the low end he would tell me that book it's in that book right there any points or okay and he told you and this is you were teaching yourself while you were up in the prison library getting those books and yeah did you just sit there and do all night long burning the midnight also this week yeah i would stay up until five o'clock in the morning and then they will wake it's up on our later and i would get up and then go back to the law library whenever i could i spent my last money my last amount of dollars on either legal books legal copies or a typewriter you also went into the courtroom wearing your pale blue prison closed everyone tells you not to do that to put on a suit don't be a prisoner don't have you're bracelet on why did you do that because i just thought it jerry knows you're locked up you're in a suit wearing when sneakers iniquity suit when jailhouse sneakers you have the extra share things they share patel you know don't turn around so they know you're locked up so it's like you're you're tricking the jury this is a truth determinant process the jury whole thing is they try to get to the truth of what happened and if you look like you're trying to trick the jury i think the jury a look at you unfavorable and you made sure they understood that right you pointed out to him in case you missed it this is what i'm wearing this is who i am right now and i told her i'm not a wreck any other crime i've been locked up for four thousand six hundred and thirteen a fourteen day an i'm here telling you i was locked up for this crime the evidence the day put it to you here is why i stayed in long you have said that what was missing in the previous tiles where you were represented by counsel is that there is evidence that was not presented so what did you bring to this final child is different well i had a alibi that i was on the phone and i testified on trout not during the trial outlaw since two thousand eight hours on the phone but my lawyer did not present the phone makers right yet he yes he did the phone where he did not is that the person hours on the phone wit to cooperate my testimony or if the phone record's in wister people out person hours on the phone away in everyone they sold me on the phone i was able to overturn this there's one key person that you put on the stand in question and that was the homicide detective who had a gutsy the statements that put you away that's james pets who already had been the subject of a philadelphia inquirer news report about misconduct what were you able to get this to pets to admit well first of all audio the detectives say mr pets wasn't around when the witness was interviewed four witnesses testified the detective had beat them up or threatened them or bully them in the making a false statement or not making a statement at all so when the detective said not pitch wasn't around when i put him on a stamp it acknowledge that he dealt with each witness he was very vague about what happened with witnesses were very secure was able to see he was not reliable because it was such a risky thing you did did you have a moment in ten years time they say well what if what if i'm wrong here everytime people will open their mouth they would tell me the downfall of the represent my everytime ideas study everytime i prepare try every time i wrote my questions down and prepare my angels of examination there my opening argument the closing arguments and worked on what i would have yet to and what i would argue i thought about the pitfalls you can't claim ineffective on yourself if i was to lose then i would be stuck with a life sentence unless i could find newly discovered evidence or the court made a mistake by allowing over my you know high stakes and it was eighty minutes a day were outside they deliberating this finally that the founding of these young men who was killed in that shooting back in two thousand six men devon english and the family is unhappy about you're quite own father said that his all this declared by god what would you say to that family if you smoke them well over a decade it'd be told someone someone did and the prosecution has yet to admit they messed up and they picked the wrong person that the family is made believe with the prosecution is saying is true but if they would just sit down and look at the evidence then they would see i'm not guilty i am innocent of all charges i wasn't even around when the shooting happened i just hope the best for them i know they lost something and i know they're still grieving they were did not just throughout the whole proceeding even if was convicted that's not the justice you seek you want the person they actually committed the crime and now you you're out after thirteen years of being behind bars you're obviously picked up a lot of knowledge about the law what they're gonna do that i wanna go to law school and practice or i also wanna help people while i'm doing it and i wish you all success and congratulations on your win in court in thanks speaking with us thank you son bennett was acquitted of second degree murder on appeal earlier this week we reached him in philadelphia a federal prosecutors may be finished with the mark norman case but the conservative hope the prosecution of the government has only just begun yesterday the crown drop its breach of trust prosecution against vice admiral norman saying it had received new information about the case that information had been given to the defense by members of stephen harper's former government and it had to do with the shipbuilding contract that led did a mass in the first place today conservative foreign affairs critic aaron o'toole is asked who he held responsible for holding onto that information for so long mr o'toole is quick turn the focus on the prime minister his former principal secretary and canada's former top bureaucrats well i think they trudeau prime minister's office should be explaining why they withheld or delayed disclosure of a number of documents that clearly once they were in the hands of the director of public prosecution they decided they could not proceed had the government participated more fulsome link more quickly more appropriately admiral norman may have been relieve some of this trauma a year or even more ago it's are position and that the seventy three names that that michael were nick in the prime minister were aware of post these cabinet meeting where they were attempting to possibly change the day be shipped contract why the seventy three names was just one apparently selected for removal from their job investigation before charges were even late the prime minister himself twice speculated that mr norman would be in court why that one name and we wanna hear from the prime minister he can't travel mobile and hide from question period forever we'd also like to hear from mr work mr but the same the same people we saw in the sea level and a fair this actually predates it so there's a lot of questions on who ashby rcmp to investigate the one name exactly collins.

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"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on KGO 810

"Was respect. You get no respect for me. That's pretty funny at is. Chris rock's hilarious at the EP image awards. Mocking jussie smollet, even though he was told not to Chelsea small at jokes, y'all. Hear me surprised. You can't tell Chris rock. What to do? No kidding. Boy. You wanna guarantee there's going to be a couple of jussie smollet jokes telling me can't. Good for you, Chris. So there's I don't know if I'm going to tie these together, I was going to I'll mention it here. Maybe we'll discuss more tomorrow show, you where this new Barbara Bush book that's out. I've heard a bit about it. Yeah. It's by this page woman late Barbara Bush, who I like USA today writer, she's on Bret Baier show, and FOX all the time very likable person. She wrote the book, I don't think it's a trash book. She interviewed a lot of people but included in the book is the. A diary entry actually that George H W Bush's wife, Barbara Bush. If you remember the funeral fairly recently about how the first guy ever kissed. And. All that sort of stuff, you know, since they were very very young together, the whole time all they want to hold hands, blah, blah, blah. We'll she almost killed herself in the seventies. Because he was having a long term affair home to this book. And it seems to be pretty well substantiated. And I just thought that was really interesting. I I'm not for I don't like tawdry stuff. I don't I don't think we need to know about people's personal lives. Just all kinds of stuff in politics. I just there's a lot of me about that story. I don't like on the other hand is the whole childhood sweethearts only man she ever kissed looking into gazing into each other's is their whole lives story. Good for people. If that wasn't true. I just I just thought that was interesting. I know that that happens. I'm not as cynical person about romance or of nice thing to aspire to a great thing to aspire to. And I and I believe it does happen. But you know, I'm not I'm not sure it does anybody any good to pretend that was the story if he had a long term mistress. Yeah. I don't think I'd lay it on. So thick. Is that a political whole speech at the funeral? Remember, right, right. Right. And maybe did he know about it? Did he think that he read the find out about this book, they go? Oh my God. I believe those stories they told me about. Wow. Wow. This always troubling to me this the hotel all where you're talking about. Everybody you've had sex with her in the case. Hate out other people and. Shut up. Yes. Abbott, abbott? They're called your privates for a reason. Not why they're called them. So do the sex survey. I finally found the the the biggest quote in the sex survey that I should hit you with people are having less sex than ever. The number of people that have not had sex in a year is the highest it's ever been. But this is reporting important report the portion of Americans eighteen to twenty nine reporting no sex in the past year, you're eighteen to twenty nine. Think for a lot of people. That's when they had the sex in their life, certainly as much as possible. The portion of Americans eighteen to twenty nine reporting no sex in the last year doubled between two thousand eight and two thousand eighteen that's astonishing unless it went from one to two percent. No, it's at twenty three percent now. So I guess roughly eleven and a half. Wow. That's crazy. In that short a time. So almost one in ten to close to a quarter unless there was a World War going on. That's a troubling change. I mean, if you saw that as I've said before among antelopes I can antelope. Scientists would be going crazy trying to figure out what's going on. Well, I'll tell you what what started ten years ago roughly in two thousand eight what started roughly two thousand eight hours, you're abandoned influx. Right. What are so terrible? We've put people not only off. No, we're actually not there on the internet, clearly social media, right? I think it's I think it's some of it. I don't know. It's gotta be renewed. What else started ten years ago, the Obama administration? It was Obama on the internet, and I don't think tenders.

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"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Securities offered through securities Inc. Member FINRA SIPC twenty to thirty town lake Parkway building eight hundred sleep one thirty Woodstock Georgia three zero one eight nine four zero four eight eight nine eight seven three. Nest egg with Mike Lester of talent wealth management, always online at guarding your nestegg dot com. Nine hundred seventy nine the eagles released that one the long run fun story. Not so fun. Interesting story behind that song record company offered them a million dollar bonus. If they could finish the album in time for Christmas. Nice little carrot to dangle. They're all about it was a bigger Karen seventy nine. That's awesome. No kidding. I don't think about it back then. Well, they missed the deadline by more than a year and missed out on that million dollars in nineteen seventy nine but. Be worth today. What would have no idea? Now, the Saint get out the calculator. That was their last album to before the group broke up. So clearly they were not cohesive about a lot of things at that time. Apparently. Yeah, I don't know the eagles one of those groups that have had a lot of ups and downs, and they're still touring. Obviously, they're missing a key member because that's just the way life works sometimes. But the long run they could have had a million dollar bonus. If they had finished it in time for Christmas. It kind of reminds me of how I am just as bad about this. I would figure it out for a million dollars. We all procrastinate, Mike. We put things off. We know that. Okay. We've got to say we've got invest. I mean, you don't help people that are in that saving accumulating phase of retirement. But a lot of people put that part of their life off. Sure, then you've got the people that have saved an accumulated. And now they're maybe five or so years away from retirement or they're already retired. They've put off putting together an actual plan for that second part of life. They have to deal with it. A lot of people have maybe I don't know. Sure, I think we all get very very busy outta sight outta mind when markets are doing well, people don't tend to worry about their portfolios. Very much in two thousand eight hours worried. You right. Yeah. And then when Margaret's get really really bad people worry, sometimes worries so much to the point where they won't even open their statement on their 4._0._1._K or something like that. Yeah. Reminds me when anytime we see volatility in markets more than once, I've I've been traveling or met somebody, and I Don I shouldn't on the plane next to somebody or or what have you, and you can do a conversation about well, what do you do for a living, and what you back and forth. And if I tell somebody I'm an investment advisor and explain what I do and markets aren't doing. Well, the look at me and go that must be really terrible. They just they they assume it's really really awful when markets are doing bad. What's interesting is the complete opposite. Right. So first of all when markets are doing terrible because are perfectly is are actively manager are very tactical. Typically, our clients are very appreciative of that. Right. Because we're not just telling changes making changes, and we're not just telling him. Hey, don't worry. Hang in there. Come back. So that's probably the the main reason is not an issue for us. But but the other issue, and we were talking about procrastinating is the busiest times for us our win. There's volatility in markets. It's not because our clients are calling off the hook right or our clients are super scared. It's not crazy. Busy with our clients. It's crazy busy with people who aren't clients.

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"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:53 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand eight hours" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Joe thanks for tuning in. Have you all here? Lots and lots and lots of things I just keep quiet every day. It seemed like it got so much stuff to talk about Johnny dean, professor Rick Plum, here from Lucia capital group talking to you about selling your home that's going to be one of the topics the things that are involved and has in the process of selling your home, but some of the tax advantages of doing so your primary residence, that's one way we could go also your none primary residence things have gotten a little complicated over the last eight years. What are they change that rule was two thousand ten eight two thousand eight hours right because it's post two thousand eight. All right. So for the last ten years, we've had a few more challenges in selling non primary residence properties. They muddied the formula a little bit while because apparently we were getting too much money that we weren't supposed to have. And so they had to change the rules to make things a little bit. The I don't know it's not really a grey area because it's fairly straightforward. But it makes it more difficult to determine what's taxable and what's not taxable. And there's a good chance that if you're going to do it yourself, you're gonna mess it up. So we'll try to explain to you a little bit how this works. But first of all we'll start with a primary residence and selling that and all the things involved all the nice things. It was one of those wonderful things that came out of the nine hundred ninety eight or ninety ninety six presidential election. Some time between nineteen Ninety-six in two thousand we wound up with this home. Exclusion. Kevin gains tax. Spended home. Exclusion. We had a wholesale exclusion before it just wasn't. For most people. It wasn't as if you were you didn't really have any. I don't think if you run to the age of fifty five well as long as you bought equal or greater you didn't you could have always exempted yourself from the tax on the gain as long as you bought another house. You're you're deferring it until such time as you move down. And then there was an exemption of one hundred twenty five thousand thousand dollars at one time one time, and that was it. And if you didn't use it all, oh, well, that's right. So post age fifty five you could do that was a fifty five I guess, it was just seem so old at the time fifty five it's way the future ads an old person's house. I can't imagine that. Now, you know, I use it. My exclusion. At age fifty six or fifty seven, and then I decided that place is too big. So you know, I moved down the second time I have to pay capital gains tax. What are we talking about? All right. Well, we'll explain all this getting ahead of myself here is as I often do, but it's it's it's a nice benefit that we had all the stuff. I was just talking about. We really don't have to worry about that anymore. From a primary residence standpoint, it's a kind of a cool thing. So we'll tell you what that's all about also had some income annuity and all this other stuff not just nudity, but guaranteed income. Topics to talk about ways to generate guaranteed income part of the part of the reason for this show, which is called bucket strategy. Investing part of the reason this show exists to sort of give you some ideas about if not guaranteed income, at least a distribution method that can give you some forms of guarantee. And this is really what saving and investing comes down to. All right. This is really what it comes down to you. Save your whole life to get to a certain point where you don't have to have. You're don't have to go out and hustle for a buck anymore for some people. It's early for some people. It's never but usually around age sixty five somewhere in there somewhere in your sixties. You decide that's enough. I've got some time left. I'm going to enjoy it. So you have to start taking money out of your portfolio, and it all winds it all comes down to that point where you're no longer contributing to your. Portfolio. Your portfolio is now distributing to you. And so the question becomes how do I get as close as I can to get getting forms of guaranteed income if I had guaranteed income for the rest of my life. That would be perfect if I had enough guaranteed income most of us don't have that. At least not one hundred percent. So the question is how do you generate as much guaranteed income as you possibly can? So we'll cover that talk about that a little bit later on this hour or next hour. This also revolves around your phone calls, your e mails and all that stuff. So whatever you folks want to talk about out there watching and listening lines are open for you. Of course, as they always are during this program and afterwards. Eight seven seven planner P L A double N E R, eight seven seven seven five two six six three seven. We plan on this show. We help you plan. We help you strategize. And we answer all your money questions here. You can also Email us at mentioned that we will take your emails do a few of those just a little bit go to our website, wealthed dot com, W E l t H like to spell it out now, well fed wealth, Ed as in wealth education, we do that here on this program as well. So right, send emails link says find your answer, and we will answer the questions here on the program off the air. I should just take care. Take care of this business right away because we have so much to talk about. But it's important that you write down this off air number as well. And again, we set this up for everybody watching listening. This is exclusively exclusively for you, folks, because you're going to have questions if you listen or watch this program carefully. You're going to have questions things that we bring up that will will spur some thought in you as to well when can I retire? Do I have the right asset allocation, do I have the rights products in my portfolio?.

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