35 Burst results for "Under 20 Bucks"

Rob Hatch and Lance Miller on How the Songwriting Business Has Changed

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:03 min | Last month

Rob Hatch and Lance Miller on How the Songwriting Business Has Changed

"Way you're paid for the words that make the song are completely different many times than the way the artists who record the song and then go on tour are paid for it. And that was one of the things how we got to know each other through especially through digital streaming. I mean, just think about it. And I think this will be an appropriate and tell me if I'm wrong. If your songs were back in the 70s and 80s, compared to with inflation and everything else, it would be a massive amount more from what was done because the way music was produced back then. Now the streaming situation and everything else has gotten in there. How do you talk to us about how that has changed over the last few years? Whoever wants to. You want to talk to that rob. There used to be a huge amount of numbers of people that were consuming music on the radio and buying out. And so you would purchase an album when I was a kid for 20 bucks. And then you would have those ten or 12 songs. Well, now for 20 bucks, you can own the music store. So the nature of how the amount and the price of music and it being basically free is it changed the game of how people got paid. So sure, back in the 90s, there was a lot more money rolling through the music business than there is now. And it's in the transition of changing over to a digital market and figuring out, you know, with people like you, thank goodness, you know, out there that understands the situation and is trying to help and, you know, you know, it used to be rob and I both, you know, we kind of missed the wave a little bit in terms of we got the town a little bit later. I got down here in 95 and he got down here and I didn't get a deal about 98 or 9 or something like that and these boys Jared and rob Dallas Davis and that whole group Randy Jamie. They all kind of got down about three or four years after I did and the wave of mechanicals had long since gone out of record sales to folks out there going to order mechanical is, but it's the record sales and so, you know, anybody that had a pulse that had a record deal with selling a million records in the early 90s.

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It's Time to Rise up and Support Arizona's Blake Masters

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

It's Time to Rise up and Support Arizona's Blake Masters

"Blake masters just won without spending a penny on negative campaigning. He defended himself when necessary it wasn't like he allowed himself to get lied about, but I think there is something about this younger energetic and optimistic message. Okay, Blake masters dot com is how everyone donates and everyone should. We did this before, but you got to refill the coffers, right? Blake, we are running low on time. Tell us about it. We need to get our grassroots Charlie Kirk show army behind you $5, $10, $15, Blake tell us about the need in front of you. Yes, please, it all adds up. It's all important. You know, Mark Kelly. He's a fundraising machine. The Democrats just funnel this step to him. He's got like $30 million. And it's a lot more than I have, you know, we don't need to go toe to toe with him, but man, we need to raise money. So you can spare 5 bucks, ten bucks, 20 bucks. Please go to blink master's dot com, help me win this Senate seat. That's how we start taking back this country.

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"under 20 bucks" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:56 min | 2 months ago

"under 20 bucks" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"This final note on the way out today tip of the hat to CNBC for doing the legwork on this one. What people bought the most of during Amazon Prime day this week, days really Tuesday and Wednesday, and what that can tell us about this economy. A lot of basics, trash bags, and dishwasher pods, food in particular Frito lay snack packs. Go figure that one out. Small ticket items were the way to go. Apparently almost 60% of the items sold on prime day were under 20 bucks. And also, can I just say how weird it is that this company has basically co opted everybody into thinking that a day it invented that makes it billions of dollars is

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"under 20 bucks" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

04:05 min | 2 months ago

"under 20 bucks" Discussed on Cinemavino

"And welcome back. We recording Santa vino. Yes, we are. Sure. We are live. This is our second installment in our time travel series. So we are looking at the terminator. Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. And Todd wafford, Todd wafford, Travis bud. You wrote in the movie? Yeah, yeah. Sean Jordan's back with us? Hey. Taylor rose. Hey. TO. Yeah. So yeah, it was part two. Terrell Owens? Exactly. Get your popcorn ready. And so we are going to look at the James Cameron's first big film that he ever did. It's very interesting. This was, was this his first big film first big film, yeah. I believe he did a horror movie before this. Yeah, it was something piranha. Piranha two. Yeah, I think it's the spawn. Yeah. Let him into his aliens and the best. Yeah. Wait, alien. Who did the thing? Did the original aliens or alien and James Cameron to alien? Aliens plural. So we'll start out with our wine. We are drinking a rose. As I said during our Thor podcast, it is a hundred plus degrees outside. Did not bring myself to do any sort of red wine. Everything we're going to drink for the next few storms is going to be stuff that we can drink, chilled. Triple digits. This is the gear Soleil, rose. At a Mendocino county, this is a 2021. This is a fresh rose. So it's a refreshing, easy drinking. Kind of light. Light pink in color. I mean, it's not a particularly dark, heavy rose. It's pinky. Well, some of these glasses are kind of iridescent. So it makes it pinker than it should be. But yeah, I think it's a great little one. I mean, it's under 20 bucks. I think it's $18 or that. You can Travis, you win the bottle. Oh, you're just moving, okay. Classic California minutes off dry, kind of tasting to me. It's not bone dry, but it's pretty dry. Oh yeah, what is our alcohol content? Alcohol content, we are going to clock in at 13%. 13. Pretty typical of a rose. I think you're going to find the most 12 and a half to 13 and a half percent. Somewhere in that range. But yeah, hot weather is perfect. Hey, it's certified organic to draft. Oh yeah. How many sulfites are in that? It just says contains. So look, probably a little bit. None are added. It's just contained sulfites. Gotcha. It's very difficult to make a wine that contains no sulfites. I won't say it's impossible because there's a couple of wineries that claim that they are sulfite free. And they usually taste like butthole. Yeah, they taste like fried buttholes. I've never had a wine that is supposedly sulfite free. Just enjoying sulfites. Is that the only thing we like about wine? Well, sulfites are a byproduct of fermentation. They're a chemical that's created when the white is feminine. So fully removed, we have to pour the entire wine through sandy loamy foam. Yeah. And then to remove those. Exactly. And then whatever you are drinking it just lonely is an underused adjective. Todd. You've ruined my rap lyrics. I have to beep that out. And as we've said before, you could do this with burgers, you could do this with pizza, pizza. You could do it with fried food. A good glizzy. Is that a porn star? Is that an Australian food? It's slang for hot dog. But also penis. I just had a good glizzy, mate. That chassis was all. Never heard about a glizzy? I think you made it. Yeah. I think you made that up.

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"under 20 bucks" Discussed on PetaPixel Photography Podcast

PetaPixel Photography Podcast

04:15 min | 3 months ago

"under 20 bucks" Discussed on PetaPixel Photography Podcast

"A lens also available for Sony E mount APSC bodies. In 35 millimeter terms, this lens is a 25.5 to a 105 millimeter lens, and I know some people's OCD is just not gonna let them get past that .5 there. I'm serious. You would be surprised. Something they would never notice, or even think about when shooting is somehow sticking point. When it comes to deciding whether or not to buy a lens, that's not 25 millimeters, it's not 26 millimeters. It's 25.5 millimeters. I know. What can you do, right? What you can do is get over that .5 and call it good. That's what you can do. Anyhow, if you can somehow get past that, you've got what looks to be a really nice lens here. Like most, if not all of tamron's lenses. It's difficult if not impossible to find someone who isn't happy with our tamron lens. So we're most lenses these days. You really can't go wrong. Again, tamron specifically OEMs lenses for other companies. You might be shooting tamron and not even know it because it bears the name of your camera company on it. Bottom line, tamron makes superb lenses, but you guys already knew that. Tokina, I don't know. I haven't used the tokina in two decades. So there's that. Now, this particular lens features great optical performance is pretty lightweight and has the company's vibration compensation VC technology built in a technology that tamron says leverages AI also knows artificial intelligence when used while capturing video, but they have yet to explain exactly how that works. Some kind of Skynet stuff. I don't know. This 17 to 70 also has tamron's quiet Rx D rapid extra silent stepping drive AF motor with minimal focus breathing and it's clear that while this lens is extremely capable and the stills end of things, like many lenses today, it's been designed to be a solid performer when shooting video as well. I would daresay that if a company develops an AF lens without video shooting in mind, they're just not going to be very competitive in today's market. They simply have to be able to handle both now. Period. End of. This lens is constructed of 16 elements in 12 groups, including two glass molded a spherical elements and one hybrid spherical element, yielding what the company says is quote high resolution performance from edge to edge. It has an aperture range of F 2.8 through F-22. With a 9 bladed aperture diaphragm, a minimum focusing distance of 7.5 inches at the wide end and 15.4 inches at the telephoto end. It has a moisture resistant construction, a fluorine coating to repel smudges and such. And like most of tamron's glass for mirrorless bodies, take 67 millimeter filters. But since you listen to this show, you know to get 82s, a quality set of step up rings, which are like under 20 bucks at most. And call it good, done. The new tamron 17 to 70 millimeter F 2.8 DI Mark three a VC Rx D in Fuji X mount will be available this July 8th of 2022. For $799 you ask, the very same price for the Sony E version and again, I'm gonna say it. I appreciate tamron like other third party lens makers that are increasingly developing for Fuji X Fuji already has much of the lenses you could possibly ever want. If not all of them. But again, options. Options are good. We'll take it. Next. Whether you've been using it for roughly a decade or so now or just recently, the product that every company has seemed to have owned at one point or another has just received a major update. I'm talking about Nick collection, of course. Specifically, Nick collection 5. The latest version of the suite of pretty darn sweet plugins for Photoshop and lightroom classic includes significant updates to color effects

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A highlight from An Example Of Loving Our Neighbor

Live Behind The Veil

12:46 min | 5 months ago

A highlight from An Example Of Loving Our Neighbor

"And atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. The word behind the veil. Hello podcasters, this is Ron you're host and tonight, we have a new family podcast member sandy Johnson. Hey, sandy. Hey, sandy. Hey, I just want to. I want to say that sandy and I have known each other for decades. Many decades. And I'm telling you, she is an incredible woman of God and she really has something to share. I'm anticipating the participation of her and the continued participation with Laurie and if Jim decides to come on then with him also, you know, the family is growing and I'm very excited about it. Well, family. Sounds like we're ready to go. Let's dive into the flow of the Holy Spirit. If a brother or sister, without clothing, and in need of daily food, and if one of you says to them, go in peace, be warmed and be filled. And yet you do not give them what is necessary. For their body, what use is, it's like saying bless you, be gone, you know, we love you. Take a hike. There is an expression God solo the whole world Christ when he moved around. He was moved with compassion for somebody. When we see a need, we should address it. Don't just, boy, I hope someone comes and gives you a $5 bill so you can go to McDonald's and have a lunch. No. Find what the real need is and let's find a way to support that need. What you did to the list of these, my brother, you did it to me, when did we visit you in jail? When did we give you clothes? When you did it to the least of these, that's faith, is seeing a need and addressing it. Now, we've heard the term, infinite God loves you. Okay, you know what? It's God through me loves you and hears his expression of how he loves you. I carry him with me wherever I go, and so I want people to be introduced to who the father is, because I care enough to dress a situation that someone is in need that you can help. If you can't help, ask the lord, show you. Is there a means? Is there some other place? Take it with a grocery store and buy them 20 bucks of groceries or something. It's that giving. It's the making things alive for someone else our heart can reach out to so many just because we take compassion on someone and address a need that they have. What makes that work, Alan is judge not lest you be judged. Right. Because who are we to come up to a situation? And judge it and then act accordingly. Our responsibility is to come and give of ourselves. Yeah. Without pre determining what is needed. Because the Holy Spirit will lead us. The Holy Spirit will fill our mouths our hearts. We humble ourselves, and that lets God come through. Yes. You know, how do we know the things that are happening in people's lives, this can be God dealing with them? We don't want to mess with that. We don't want to say, oh, you need to do this and you need to repent here and repent there. We just want them to open their heart to the Holy Spirit, open their heart to the father, and let God minister to them. I think we have to be led of the Holy Spirit. Amen. Then we will do the things that God has for us to do. If we start off our day, asking for the Holy Spirit to lead us to direct us, then we're going to be led of the spirit to those that the lord has prepared. You know, it's interesting you say that because I kind of take what Smith wigglesworth brought out once. Yeah. And he said, if I'm out in town, and I see a need, I'm headed over that way and God better meet me there because I'm going in his name. Because he was a man of the Holy Spirit, right? He didn't care if he was led to go talk to that person or not. He went to that person. But if I start out my day, leaving to be led of the Holy Spirit, then I'm believing that whatever I come across, that's going to be led at the Holy Spirit. Yeah, I agree with you. I see a knee, and I'm going to manage to turn that belief of the Holy Spirit and the lord to be there because I'm there. Yeah, I had a couple of experiences I wanted to share many years ago. I went with my daughter to go see my dad and step mom. They were elderly and the place was a mess. I mean, there was like knee deep trash and a little bathroom and the kitchen and everything and so my daughter and I started cleaning and got the place back in shape and when we were leaving my dad looked at me and said, you know, you guys didn't just come here. He says you brought something with you. And I had a similar experience when I retired I had to do an exit interview with the director of engineering and she was talking to me and stuff. She says, you know, you brought something here. Not something with you. And I think that people who are sensitive are going to see the lord. Yes. Yes. And who you are. It's not that you're, you know, was I perfect there? No, you know, but it just comes through. People know, it's not just you, you're bringing the lord with you. Yeah. Right. Exactly. I do feel like there are times when the Holy Spirit does specifically lead a person. Right. I've been finding that more and more. And you can confirm to yourself that it was the Holy Spirit when you see the results. When the lord leads you to talk to a person in a restaurant or just Sunday morning during the meet and greet that we had the Holy Spirit led me to this person who had been to the service several times, but I had never talked to her before. And I went over there, and by the time we were done, she was bawling on my shoulders. That wasn't me, that was the Holy Spirit, and I think, as we keep opening our hearts to the Holy Spirit. But it's because I knew the low Holy Spirit was leading me. And so exactly. Yeah, definitely you go there and you expect the Holy Spirit to be there, but there are those times when the Holy Spirit is specifically leading you, and what the human wants to do is to ignore it because you don't want to interfere with that person. But it is the Holy Spirit. I think you're talking a lot about awareness. Yeah. You can be in a crowd and like Christ, right when the woman touched his garment. Right. Who touched me? Because he was aware of what was going on around him. And what you're talking about isn't awareness. Holy Spirit. You want to administer somebody? Where? Who? Yeah. Which one of these people? Keep your radar open, and you know, you can be in a midst of a crowd talking, then you just know, I need to go over here. Right. I have left the middle of a conversation with someone to go meet somebody. And, boy, like you say, the results. Man, people open up. And there are people that I really don't want to listen to. But at the same time, who are they going to talk to? There are people who have issues because no body wants to hear their story, and sometimes you have to sit on a park bench and just let them talk. It will free somebody. And that's everything, and like you said, but I just want to go back to that awareness. It's being aware of where you're being led. And it's like almost like what I'm saying with what Smith did is sometimes you create it's your initiative. Father, I know the word, and I'm going to execute your word in this situation. Better meet me there because it's your word. Yeah. Can the lord minister that person? Of course he can. Well, are they open? Let's find out. It's one of the things that makes walking with God so exciting. Exactly. Because one minute you're kind of just floating along or whatever and the Holy Spirit will lead you to a person. Will lead you to a place, and then there is those times where you just knew what to do. Exactly. Because there is unawareness, and I would say there's something working in you. Things that are established. You don't stop and think to breathe. And I think the more we walk with God, the more his nature is imparted to us, that we do things that are automatic. It's fun to walk with God because we come to the place where we're willing to do what it takes. You know, take it back again to what sandy was talking about. And I love it because honestly, and we've talked about this before when Jesus received the spirit, he was compelled. Yes. He wasn't led by the spirit he was compelled by the spirit. He was driven into the wilderness. You minister, and you let God do it. You plant the seed and let God give the increase. You know, this conversation is creating such an excitement in me. Good. And I wanted everyone to know that everyone, no matter how old you are in the lord, has something to give. Yes, Matt, if you can approach this in your life where, you know, say you're going to a Sunday service, you ask the lord, well, what can I do? Who do you want me to meet and bless show me, you know? You can go with a servant's heart to give everywhere you go. I think that'll create something. You'll grow and develop. What's one of the key gifts of the spirit kindness? If you simply show kindness, you're expressing the lord to that person. When do we visit you in jail? When do we give you clothing when you did it to the least of these? That's faith, just saying we love someone and wishing them well isn't what we're called to do. There must be an action of faith to express our love and concern for our neighbor. Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is life. As this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. If you would like to contact the family with questions or topics that you would like to discuss, you can email them to living epistles at live behind the veil dot com. Stay connected, tuned in and grow with the family as the lord unveils his word to us live. Behind the video.

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Spread Too Thin (MM #4061)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Spread Too Thin (MM #4061)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. If there's a common theme I see here in our world today, it's the fact that we're all spread too thin. And when I say that, I mean, in terms of our time, our work, our money, everything, for everybody, seems to be spread too thin. I noticed that when I was talking with some folks the other day as they're just not enough time in their job because they haven't replaced people in the department, they're having a hard time attracting new people to the department. They're taking so long to make their decisions and hiring people. Everybody spread too thin because they're covering. When it comes to budget, here we are again. My cell phone provider decides they're not making enough money and wants to boost me up a little bit more in terms of another ten or 20 bucks a month. My rent, same thing, it's going up another 95 bucks a month next year. Everything seems to be going up, up and up, but our paychecks were all spread too thin. And it's something we've all got to worry about. Too many demands and not enough hours. We're all spread too thin when it comes to sleep, we're all spread too thin. I don't know if that's going to change. We had hoped it was going to get better. Technology is supposed to improve that. It hasn't.

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Spread Too Thin (MM #4061)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Spread Too Thin (MM #4061)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. If there's a common theme I see here in our world today, it's the fact that we're all spread too thin. And when I say that, I mean, in terms of our time, our work, our money, everything, for everybody, seems to be spread too thin. I noticed that when I was talking with some folks the other day as they're just not enough time in their job because they haven't replaced people in the department, they're having a hard time attracting new people to the department. They're taking so long to make their decisions and hiring people. Everybody spread too thin because they're covering. When it comes to budget, here we are again. My cell phone provider decides they're not making enough money and wants to boost me up a little bit more in terms of another ten or 20 bucks a month. My rent, same thing, it's going up another 95 bucks a month next year. Everything seems to be going up, up and up, but our paychecks were all spread too thin. And it's something we've all got to worry about. Too many demands and not enough hours. We're all spread too thin when it comes to sleep, we're all spread too thin. I don't know if that's going to change. We had hoped it was going to get better. Technology is supposed to improve that. It hasn't.

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Spread Too Thin (MM #4061)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Spread Too Thin (MM #4061)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. If there's a common theme I see here in our world today, it's the fact that we're all spread too thin. And when I say that, I mean, in terms of our time, our work, our money, everything, for everybody, seems to be spread too thin. I noticed that when I was talking with some folks the other day as they're just not enough time in their job because they haven't replaced people in the department, they're having a hard time attracting new people to the department. They're taking so long to make their decisions and hiring people. Everybody spread too thin because they're covering. When it comes to budget, here we are again. My cell phone provider decides they're not making enough money and wants to boost me up a little bit more in terms of another ten or 20 bucks a month. My rent, same thing, it's going up another 95 bucks a month next year. Everything seems to be going up, up and up, but our paychecks were all spread too thin. And it's something we've all got to worry about. Too many demands and not enough hours. We're all spread too thin when it comes to sleep, we're all spread too thin. I don't know if that's going to change. We had hoped it was going to get better. Technology is supposed to improve that. It hasn't.

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Josh Mandel: J. D. Vance Has Been Camped out in Silicon Valley

Mark Levin

02:00 min | 5 months ago

Josh Mandel: J. D. Vance Has Been Camped out in Silicon Valley

"Today and in the past you've been backed by Tea Party organizations You've been backed by gun rights organizations You've been backed by outsider organizations You've been the outsider fighting all the time when you were treasurer You were the outsider fighting the entrenched government in Ohio and so forth I'm just asking you a straight question Was JD Vance anywhere to be seen or heard No word I mean literally this guy's been camped out in Silicon Valley for years his personal bread his business bread and his campaign bread is all buttered by Silicon Valley I mean like I said earlier I think he's a Silicon Valley sleeper cell And that's what he'll be in Washington as well And I think a lot of the people here in Ohio see JD advance and that's why they're going to reject them at the ballot box tomorrow And for any of you listeners that want to learn more about Ohio or their other parts of the country the websites real easy It's Josh mandel dot com J O S MAN to EL dot com It's not too late to pitch in if you want to go on there and pitch in ten bucks 20 bucks 50 bucks whatever it is We'll use the vote activities tonight and tomorrow We've got a huge get out the vote operation through churches and through pro gun groups and through pro life groups As you mentioned Mark I am the only candidate in the race that's endorsed by the national association of gun rights which is a no compromise not given an inch constitutional rights gun group I'm also the only candidate in the race endorsed by the right to life action coalition of Ohio who are the pointy tip of the spear leaders in the right to life movement and as mentioned been endorsed by senator Ted Cruz of Texas senator Mike Lee of Utah senator Cynthia lummis of Wyoming these are all senators who were endorsed by Jim demint in the Senate conservatives

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Don't Forget About the Upcoming Release of '2000 Mules' Film

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

Don't Forget About the Upcoming Release of '2000 Mules' Film

"The theaters were and they're weren't any that was really too close. And also the $20 price kind of offended me a little bit. This was a why would that offend you? You're not going to pay 20 bucks to see a blockbuster documentary about the shenanigans and the hijinks of the 2020 election. Come on, George. I believe it. I believe it. I don't need to see the documentary. I know. Are you sure? Well, you should watch it. You should watch it. It is eye opening. It is powerful. It is riveting and believe me. If you got a problem with the $20, I'll send you the $20. You need to see it and go tell your Friends. Because it's going to be and when these people on the left are coming up with a scheme to have a minister of disinformation, how are Americans not terrified about this? I mean, here's my orcas. This is

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Last Meal (MM #4049)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Last Meal (MM #4049)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Now this may sound crass, you may think I'm kidding, but I have a serious question, and it's all about, well, the death penalty. But it's a weird twist. Here in Nashville, one of our death row inmates was supposed to be executed on Thursday night by a lethal injection, literally an hour before the execution, they issued a stay, and I still haven't quite heard what exactly was the problem, but there was something with the lethal injection process. But they had said he'd already had his last meal. Now, I know this is silly, but since the stay, he's already had one last meal, does he get a second last meal? And I probably have friends who worked in the news business that could answer this for me. But I'm sure grant, we're not talking a lot of money here. I mean, the man's last meal was a bacon double cheeseburger, deep dish apple pie and vanilla bean ice cream. That's not my question. I mean, again, what is that 20 bucks? I don't even care if we spend another 20 bucks. That's not the point. The point is, do you get two last meals? It's a weird thing that just made me wonder. It was kind of a strange thing. I know we're talking the death penalty and we're talking about a murderer when we're talking about stuff more important than a last meal. But it's just one of those things I wondered because it was a strange thought to me.

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Last Meal (MM #4049)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Last Meal (MM #4049)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Now this may sound crass, you may think I'm kidding, but I have a serious question, and it's all about, well, the death penalty. But it's a weird twist. Here in Nashville, one of our death row inmates was supposed to be executed on Thursday night by a lethal injection, literally an hour before the execution, they issued a stay, and I still haven't quite heard what exactly was the problem, but there was something with the lethal injection process. But they had said he'd already had his last meal. Now, I know this is silly, but since the stay, he's already had one last meal, does he get a second last meal? And I probably have friends who worked in the news business that could answer this for me. But I'm sure grant, we're not talking a lot of money here. I mean, the man's last meal was a bacon double cheeseburger, deep dish apple pie and vanilla bean ice cream. That's not my question. I mean, again, what is that 20 bucks? I don't even care if we spend another 20 bucks. That's not the point. The point is, do you get two last meals? It's a weird thing that just made me wonder. It was kind of a strange thing. I know we're talking the death penalty and we're talking about a murderer when we're talking about stuff more important than a last meal. But it's just one of those things I wondered because it was a strange thought to me.

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Last Meal (MM #4049)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Last Meal (MM #4049)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Now this may sound crass, you may think I'm kidding, but I have a serious question, and it's all about, well, the death penalty. But it's a weird twist. Here in Nashville, one of our death row inmates was supposed to be executed on Thursday night by a lethal injection, literally an hour before the execution, they issued a stay, and I still haven't quite heard what exactly was the problem, but there was something with the lethal injection process. But they had said he'd already had his last meal. Now, I know this is silly, but since the stay, he's already had one last meal, does he get a second last meal? And I probably have friends who worked in the news business that could answer this for me. But I'm sure grant, we're not talking a lot of money here. I mean, the man's last meal was a bacon double cheeseburger, deep dish apple pie and vanilla bean ice cream. That's not my question. I mean, again, what is that 20 bucks? I don't even care if we spend another 20 bucks. That's not the point. The point is, do you get two last meals? It's a weird thing that just made me wonder. It was kind of a strange thing. I know we're talking the death penalty and we're talking about a murderer when we're talking about stuff more important than a last meal. But it's just one of those things I wondered because it was a strange thought to me.

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Legal Process (MM #3961)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Legal Process (MM #3961)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, no matter where it is, no matter what side of the coin, you can't find anybody who thinks our legal process is fair, is just. It doesn't matter how big how important a trial is. It's just kind of strange sometimes why some things take so long by some things get pushed through so quickly and why some things even happen. Now this is totally frivolous, but two movie fans are suing universal for $5 million over an actress being cut from the movie yesterday in 2019 on a de Armas was featured in the previews for the movie, but her character was cut at the last minute because test audiences didn't really like her in there. But these two people are honored the army's fans, so they need lots of money because they lost 20 bucks or 30 bucks or whatever it took to go to the movies. Talk about a reason why people don't like the legal system before we even get into big important details like a roe versus wade, like the ability for D.C. to vote, the court system has to deal with things like this. That's why the legal process is so messed up.

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Legal Process (MM #3961)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Legal Process (MM #3961)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, no matter where it is, no matter what side of the coin, you can't find anybody who thinks our legal process is fair, is just. It doesn't matter how big how important a trial is. It's just kind of strange sometimes why some things take so long by some things get pushed through so quickly and why some things even happen. Now this is totally frivolous, but two movie fans are suing universal for $5 million over an actress being cut from the movie yesterday in 2019 on a de Armas was featured in the previews for the movie, but her character was cut at the last minute because test audiences didn't really like her in there. But these two people are honored the army's fans, so they need lots of money because they lost 20 bucks or 30 bucks or whatever it took to go to the movies. Talk about a reason why people don't like the legal system before we even get into big important details like a roe versus wade, like the ability for D.C. to vote, the court system has to deal with things like this. That's why the legal process is so messed up.

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Legal Process (MM #3961)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Legal Process (MM #3961)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, no matter where it is, no matter what side of the coin, you can't find anybody who thinks our legal process is fair, is just. It doesn't matter how big how important a trial is. It's just kind of strange sometimes why some things take so long by some things get pushed through so quickly and why some things even happen. Now this is totally frivolous, but two movie fans are suing universal for $5 million over an actress being cut from the movie yesterday in 2019 on a de Armas was featured in the previews for the movie, but her character was cut at the last minute because test audiences didn't really like her in there. But these two people are honored the army's fans, so they need lots of money because they lost 20 bucks or 30 bucks or whatever it took to go to the movies. Talk about a reason why people don't like the legal system before we even get into big important details like a roe versus wade, like the ability for D.C. to vote, the court system has to deal with things like this. That's why the legal process is so messed up.

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Khloe Kardashian Condemned for Selling Her Daughter's Hand-Me-Downs

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:41 min | 9 months ago

Khloe Kardashian Condemned for Selling Her Daughter's Hand-Me-Downs

"In light of the Kardashians being multi millionaires and the fact that they're often given these designer pieces and promotional packages, a lot of fans were quick to be shocked to discover that the price is listed by Chloe. And they called her out on Twitter. Who would pay that much for kids clothing? Let alone use clothing one person wrote. Who gives a damn about brand names? I'm so disgusted when these clothes could be donated to people in need. Some fans pointed out that true's old cat and Jack tights were being sold for Chloe for 20 bucks. Oh, big fucking deal. Well, they're mad because they're going for 7 bucks of target. Excuse me, you gotta pay extra if a Kardashians legged asshole went in those pants. That's just the way fame works. And they can even see the original price tag on one of the pictures. I'm sorry. Somebody famous where is it? You're going to pay more for it. I can't believe Chloe is selling the baby's clothes because she's growing. She can donate those clothes to the poor or some charity like, why would she need a consignment store for a baby? This is weird. Listen, I got no problem with her selling a shit. She knows and so do you that plenty of moms would want their little daughters to be in the same clothes as true was in. That's what fame does to people. What? Some nobody reality chick can sell her farts in a jar and make $200,000, but Chloe can't tell her daughter's designer shoes. You're wrong.

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Larry and Economist Stephen Moore Discuss Inflation

The Larry Elder Show

01:17 min | 10 months ago

Larry and Economist Stephen Moore Discuss Inflation

"Elder my guest is economist Stephen Moore. Stephen ray doesn't matter what you call it now. You know, you're so right about this Larry. You know, the one thing that you can't spin in Washington is inflation because people feel it every day. They don't need the national media or they don't need me or you to tell them what's happening with inflation. They know. And it's very clear. By the way, I think you and I are both old enough to remember what happened in the 1970s when Jimmy Carter was prosthetic inflation got out of control and it was the primary reason that Ronald Reagan won a landslide election against an incumbent president because people were so frustrated and could feel their paycheck shrink. I want to make one other point about inflation. You know, Joe Biden, every speech he goes, he said, I'm not going to tax people who make less than $400,000. Every time you go to the grocery store. Every time you fill up your tank, you are paying a tax and it's called the inflation tax, and it is a regressive tax that hits people on fixed incomes and low income people the most. And so I just get tired of this. And by the way, 20 bucks more to fill up your tank. If you fill up twice a week if you're in delivery, that's 40 bucks a week times that's $2000 a year or more you're paying for gasoline at

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"under 20 bucks" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"under 20 bucks" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Student loans, all this stuff, the credit report tells lenders what type of risk that we are. So Let's let's start with monitoring. Right. This is a good first step, and there's a whole bunch of products that are out there. There's you know, Lifelock and other things. Um, you know, I don't want to sit here and jam anyone up. I think That there are certain products that are out there that are You know, 30 bucks a month 40 bucks a month that are really expensive that you don't need. That don't do ultimately what it takes to To truly protect you. Right. We use identity. We have a link that we can send you. It's on our website. It's you know, it's under 20 bucks a month to do that, and I think that's a very good service. You know Ultimately, what you want is you want something that's going to identify you. Notify you rather Um, immediately If there's been a change to your credit, like a new account, or an inquiry, anything like that you want either an email or a message? Via text. That will tell you Hey, there's been a change. We detected a change so that you can jump onto identity. And look and see what's going on and then take steps to stop that. So That's the service that we recommend identity and there's a link for it with that deal that 1995 month old on our website. If you need it just, you know, call us or text us and let us know we'll send it off to you. So that's step number one. You know, you want to make sure that there is some sort of a layer between Your credit reports and you To let you know that there's an issue so that You know, six or eight months. Don't go by where? You know someone opened up an account in your name and you don't find out until someone suing you. Right that there's you know, there's an issue. So Step one. Credit monitoring. Get that done if you don't have it. That is a must. As far as I'm concerned, there are a whole bunch of other ways that you can protect yourself. The the number one thing that we hear complaints. About these days or you know the volume of robocalls. Better out there, right? We've got to. You know, there's an NV energy scam That's going on right now that, um I will. Talk about and share a voicemail that she can hear it if you haven't heard. Hopefully I have time before the end of the show to to do that, But I'll get it on there. But you know, there's some sophistication in these calls. The other call, And this kind of to my point about the identity theft is that These calls you get from credit card services. I'm you know, I'm so and so from credit card services, would you like to Reduce your interest rate you qualify. You know, whatever. I don't even know who you are. They're just smiling and dialing. That's all. They're not even dialing, right? These are auto dialers automatic things. Um, that machines really that That will connect them to you. Um, never ever volunteer under any circumstance, personal information or account information. To a phone person that calls you out of the blue..

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"under 20 bucks" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"under 20 bucks" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"So let's let's start with monitoring. Right. This is a good first step, and there's a whole bunch of products that are out there. There's you know, Lifelock and other things. Um, you know, I don't want to sit here and jam anyone up. I think that there are certain products that are out there that are, you know, 30 bucks a month 40 bucks a month that are really expensive that you don't need that. Don't do. Ultimately what it takes to To truly protect you. Right. We use identity. We have a link that we can send you. It's on our website. It's you know, it's under 20 bucks a month to do that, and I think that's a very good service. You know Ultimately, what you want is you want something that's going to identify you. Notify you rather Um, immediately If there's been a change to your credit, like a new account, or an inquiry, anything like that you want either an email or a message? Via text. That will tell you Hey, there's been a change. We detected a change so that you can jump onto identity like And look and see what's going on and then take steps to stop that. So That's the service that we recommend identity and there's a link for it with that deal that 1995 month old on our website. If you need it, just, you know, call us or text us and let us know we'll send it off to you. So that's step number one. You know, you want to make sure that there is some sort of a layer between your credit reports and you To let you know that there's an issue so that you know, six or eight months. Don't go by where? You know someone opened up an account in your name and you don't find out until someone suing you. Right that there's you know, there's an issue. So Step one. Credit monitoring. Get that done if you don't have it. That is a must as far as I'm concerned. There are a whole bunch of other ways that you can protect. Yourself. The the number one thing that we hear complaints. About these days or you.

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"under 20 bucks" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"under 20 bucks" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"You don't need to leave your office. We can deal with all of this through the Internet these days. Uh, you know, long before Covid. We were on point with these net meetings. We were finding that people really, uh, we're pressed for time didn't didn't always have the time to come. And sit with us in her office. If you'd like to do that certain you can, but if you want to do it online, you can do it as well. That way. Analysis of your credit. It happens in real time. It's free. There's no obligation. It's a Quick process. Bunch of us are still working. Remotely. The phone number to call us or text us. That's right. That's a text. You can text us if if you need to do it like that, it's very easy. Seven. Oh, 2778. 2000. 7 to 778. 2000. When you speak with someone They're going to ask you a few questions. They're gonna ask you for your first and last name and they're going to ask you for your email address. Come when you do that. We will automatically get an email from me. With the link. Identity. And that's what we need to get your credit report to get all three bureaus. You'll also get a link. If you'd like to set up an appointment with me on my calendar. You can look at what my availability is. And Plug in the time that works for you easy. Right. And if you don't want to talk to anyone, you just want to do this all by text. That's easy enough to do as well. Text the word credit. 272778 2000. We'll ask if you questions that way, too. Same thing. Name first and last email address link to set up an appointment. Whatever you'd like. We'll get it rolling. All right. On today's program. Today's podcast. Today's radio show, However, you're listening to it. Or spend some time talking about Identity theft and fraud. And these things that often seem and are daunting. For consumers. You know, these criminals are always a step ahead of the game. Doesn't matter what's out there looking. It took them no time to figure out how to You know, do these fake P p p loans And you know the unemployment scams? I mean, you know, as long as there has been the legal tender, there has been someone lurking around the corner. In an attempt to The extricate that legal tender the money from you. Right. These credit fraudsters have been around for years and what they do impact you impact your credit score impact. All kinds of things. And if you're not on top of your credit Especially for someone who doesn't check their credit. You may not know until it's really too late. Right. So I want to talk today about a bunch of things that you can do. And certainly I have spoken at great length and I try to do a little bit weekly. Um Talking about the importance of Your credit and your credit square. There's so many things that are dependent in our lives. Want it right. Jobs and housing where we live. Personal loans, Mortgages, student loans, all this stuff that great report. Tells lenders what type of risk that we are. So Let's let's start with monitoring right. This is a good first step, and there's a whole bunch of products that are out there. There's you know, Lifelock and other things. You know, I don't want to sit here and jam anyone up. I think That there's certain products that are out there that are, you know, 30 bucks a month 40 bucks a month that are really expensive that you don't need. The don't do ultimately what it takes to To truly protect you. Frank. We use identity. If we have a link that we can send you. It's on our website. It's you know, it's under 20 bucks a month to do that, and I think that's a very good service. You know Ultimately, what you want is you want something that's going to identify you. A notify you rather Um, immediately. If there's been a change to your credit, like a new account, or an inquiry, anything like that you want either an email or a message via text? That will tell you Hey, there's been a change. We detected a change so that you can jump onto identity like And look and see what's going on and then take steps to stop that. So That's the service that we recommend identity and there's a link for it. Would that deal that 1995 a month deal on our website? If you need it just, you know, call us with text us and let us know. We'll send it off to you. So that's step number one. You know, you want to make sure that there is some sort of a layer between your credit reports and you To let you know that there's an issue so that you know, six or eight months. Don't go by where? You know someone opened up an account in your name and you don't find out until someone suing you. Right that there's you know, there's an issue. So step one. Credit monitoring. Get that done If you don't have it, Um that is a must as far as I'm concerned. There are a whole bunch of other ways that you can protect. Yourself. The then the number one thing that we hear complaints. About these days or you know the volume of robocalls. Better out there, right? We've got a you know, there's an NV energy scam That's going on right now that, um I will. Talk about and share a voicemail that she can hear it if you haven't heard it. Hopefully I have time. Before the end of the show to to do that, but I'll get that on there. But you know, there's some sophistication in these calls the other call and then indicated to my point about The identity theft is that These calls you get from credit card services. I'm you know, I'm so and so from credit card services would you like to, you know, reduce your interest rate you qualify. You know, whatever. Don't even know who you are. They're just smiling and dialing. That's all. They're not even dialing, right? These are auto dialers automatic things. Um, that machines really that that will connect them to you. Um, never, ever volunteer under any circumstance, personal information or account information to a phone person that calls you out of the blue. Especially from a company called Credit card services. Somebody says, Oh, yeah, we work for MasterCard. We worked for Visa. We work for whomever.

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"under 20 bucks" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"under 20 bucks" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"So Let's let's start with monitoring. Right. This is a good first step, and there's a whole bunch of products that are out there. There's you know, Lifelock and other things. Um, you know, I don't want to sit here and jam anyone up. I think That there are certain products that are out there that are You know, 30 bucks a month 40 bucks a month that are really expensive that you don't need. The don't do ultimately what it takes to To truly protect you. Right. We use identity. We have a link that we can send you. It's on our website. It's you know, it's under 20 bucks a month to do that, and I think that's a very good service. You know, ultimately, what you want is you want something that's going to Identify you. Notify you rather Um, immediately If there's been a change to your credit, like a new account, or an inquiry, anything like that you want either an email or a message? Via text. That will tell you Hey, there's been a change. We detected a change so that you can jump onto identity. And look and see what's going on and then take steps to stop that. So That's the service that we recommend identity and there's a link for it with that deal that 1995 month old on our website. If you need it just, you know, call us or text us and let us know we'll send it off to you. So that's step number one. You know, you want to make sure that there is some sort of a layer between Your credit reports and you To let you know that there's an issue so that You know, six or eight months. Don't go by where? You know someone opened up an account in your name and you don't find out until someone suing you. Right that there's you know, there's an issue. So Step one credit monitoring. Get that done if you don't have it, Um, that is, uh, must as far as I'm concerned. There are a whole bunch of other ways that you can protect yourself. The number one thing that we hear complaints. About these days or you know the volume of robocalls. That are out there, right? We've gotta you know, there's an NV energy scam That's going on right now that, um I will. Talk about and share a voice mail, too, so you can hear it if you haven't heard. Hopefully I have time before the end of the show to do that, But I'll get that on there. But you know, there's some sophistication in these calls. The other call, and this catered to my point about The identity theft is that These calls you get from credit card services. From, you know, so and so from credit card services, Would you like to Reduce your interest rate you qualify. You know, whatever. I don't even know who you are. They're just smiling and dialing. That's all. They're not even dialing, right? These are auto dialers automatic things. Um, that machines really that That will connect them to you. Uh, never ever volunteer under any circumstance, personal information or account information. To a phone person that calls you out of the blue. Especially from a company called Credit card services. Somebody says, Oh, yeah, we work for MasterCard. We worked for Visa. We.

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"under 20 bucks" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"under 20 bucks" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"You know, if you're somebody in Congress that's all about getting attention. Is that that that sounds like what she was going for. Yeah, she's I'll tell you what, I I know She's doing one thing right? And like it or not, or like her or not like her She She is setting her up herself up great if she ends up losing another in the next election, or whenever she's done. She set up? She set up pretty good for you know, I don't know. Reality show, or I mean, I don't know, like Kardashian type of moves, you know, But you know what I'm saying? That's what she's doing. It's Wow and this, she argued. She did a report. And she said she was a member of the working class. She? I think their salaries like $174,000 a year. Wow. Does not the working class. No. And And if you she couldn't get a better dress that said I don't know. Eat the rich and come out with, like lights and, uh, Aerosmith Song like blaring the rich. I love it. I see. That's the old Aerosmith song, right? Yep. She chose to wear a chick fil a bag that said, tax the rich. She paid a grand for it. Wow, That's just crazy. Oh, my gosh, did not even think about that. You know, people are going to go look right now and go. Yep. That's Chick fil A This chick fil E. It's It's I don't get it. And and And what did she think she was doing? Like She was being smart about it. Wow. It's I met a loss for words with these people now, Andy. Yeah, I really am. It's it's Yes, that's crazy. That's Yeah, I don't have enough words. Google it definitely. Yeah, people need to Google it. Let me know if it's if you guys believe it is a chick fil a dress or not Send me a message and say, Hey, Art has definitely a chick fil a dress. Now I got somebody reached out to me. And and we've been back and forth and they're a good bunch of guys. It's a local company out of Tucson. And you guys can find them on Instagram. It's called the Moustache Key. Really? Yeah. And they sent me a moustache Key. Which, um, I got one for myself right because I wanted one right, but they sent me one and they said here. Give it away to a listener. Oh, I like that. That's really cool right now. Yes. So it's an actual key. Looks like a key. It's the size of a key is everything is like a key. It's a cay. Hmm. But they They cut. Um Like Teeth in it like a comb. Right? So now it's it's It's a key. That's a comb and you can brush your moustache with it. You get crumbs out of it. It comes out or yeah, or if you actually if you style and all kinds of stuff Now there is a company attitude. Sahn, you can find their product through www dot moustache key dot com. Yeah. This is really cool. It looks cool. It is a It's actually. Very, very good. Not that expensive too. I like no, that's what blew me away. Like for honestly, If you don't have a moustache, it's worth having it just so you can do your eyebrows. Yeah, I got them. Big old eyebrow things going on. Oh, yeah. No, I think it looks cool, man. I really, really think it looks cool. And and I've when I when I saw it. I was like, I gotta have one. So I went ahead and got one reached out to them. We went back and forth and and since then they have they sent me one and they said here. You can. You can give one out. I think it's great. Uh, Honestly, if you go to that page, and I've been seeing a lot of border Patrol agents now, right? That they've allowed. The mustache is in the beard and everything else. Wow. I see a lot of agents that have growing more facial hair. Yeah. So I think it's really cool that they should buy this. To be honest, like gold, And as you said, it's not. It's not expensive, and I mean we could say the price I don't care. If you look them up and you order the moustache key you're looking at about it's under 20 bucks. Yeah. And it comes in a real cool holder. It's almost like those holders that, uh, that you see in the spy movies where they make an imprint of the key. Yep. If you want to give it to your dad, They even have one that says, Dad. What a great gift. That would be. Yes. No, it is really cool. Uh, I mean, the listeners. You've just got to look it up. Go in there. Look for it. Tell me what you think. And you know, by all means. Uh, we're going to give one away. Okay? All right now, how am I going to do it? Okay. That's what always makes it so much difficult for me because I see her and said. Well, you know, what should I do? What should I do? What should be the, um What should be the way that you win this key, All right, And it's a moustache. Now I am going to tell you I did say anyone can win one and everything's good. Gotta gotta gotta, But look, folks, honestly. Let's let's let's be nice to each other doubt. The way if you don't have a moustache, and you don't plan on getting a moustache. Thing, you know? Don't don't play the game where you go, you know, And I don't want to be ruled. I think in there and then I'll let you play it and if you win it, you win it and I'm good with that,.

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"under 20 bucks" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"under 20 bucks" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"You don't leave to leave your house. You don't need to leave your office. We can deal with all of this through the Internet these days. Uh, you know, long before Covid. We were on point with these net meetings. We were finding that people really, uh, we're pressed for time. Didn't Didn't always have the time to come. And sit with us in her office. If you'd like to do that certain you can, but if you want to do it online, you can do it as well. That way. Analysis of your credit. It happens in real time. It's free. There's no obligation. It's a Quick process. Bunch of us are still working. Remotely. The phone number to call us or text us. That's right. That's a text. You can text us if you need to do it like that. It's very easy. Seven. Oh, 2778. 2000. 702778 2000. When you speak with someone They're going to ask you a few questions. They're going to ask you for your first and last name and they're going to ask you for your email address. Um, when you do that We will automatically get an email from me with a link. To identity. And that's what we need to get your credit report to get all three bureaus. You'll also get a link if you'd like to set up an appointment with me. On my calendar. You can look at what my availability is and Plug in the time that works for you. Easy. Right. And if you don't want to talk to anyone, you just want to do this all by text. That's easy enough to do as well. Text the word credit. 272778 2000. We'll ask if you questions that way, too. Same thing. Name first and last email address link to set up an appointment. Whatever you like. We'll get it rolling. All right. On today's program. Today's podcast. Today's radio show, However, you're listening to it. I want to spend some time talking about Identity theft and fraud. And these things that often seem And are daunting. For consumers. You know, these criminals are always a step ahead of the game. Doesn't matter what's out there looking. It took them no time to figure out how to You know, do these fake P p p loans and you know the unemployment scams? I mean, it's you know, as long as there has been the legal tender, there has been someone lurking around the corner. In an attempt to The extricate that legal tender the money from you. Right. These credit fraudsters have been around three years and what they do impact you impact your credit score impact. All kinds of things. And if you're not on top of your credit Especially for someone that doesn't check their credit. You may not know until it's really too late. Right. So I want to talk today about a bunch of things that you can do. And certainly I have spoken at great length and I try to do a little bit weekly. Um Talking about the importance of Your credit and your credit score. There's so many things that are dependent in our lives. On it. Great jobs and housing where we live. Personal loans. Mortgages, student loans, all this stuff credit report. Tells lenders what type of risk that we are. So Let's let's start with monitoring. Right. This is a good first step, and there's a whole bunch of products that are out there. There's you know, Lifelock and Other things. Um, you know, I don't want to sit here and jam anyone up. I think that there are certain products that are out there that are, you know, 30 bucks a month 40 bucks a month that are really expensive that you don't need that don't do ultimately what it takes to To truly protect you. Right. We use identity. We have a link that we can send you. It's on our website. It's you know, it's under 20 bucks a month to do that, and I think that's a very good service. You know, ultimately, what you want is you want something that's going to Identify you. Notify you rather Um, immediately. If there's been a change to your credit, like I knew account or an inquiry, anything like that you want either an email or a message via text? That will tell you Hey, there's been a change. We detected a change so that you can jump onto identity like And look and see what's going on and then take steps to stop that. So That's the service that we recommend identity and there's a link for it with that deal that 1995 month old on our website. If you need it, just, you know, call us or text us and let us know. We'll send it off to you. So that's step number one. You know, you want to make sure that there is some sort of a layer between your credit reports and you To let you know that there's an issue so that You know, six or eight months. Don't go by where? You know someone opened up an account in your name and you don't find out until someone suing you. Right that there's you know, there's an issue. So Step one. Credit monitoring. Get that done if you don't have it. That is a must. As far as I'm concerned, there are a whole bunch of other ways that you can protect. Yourself. The the number one thing that we hear complaints. About these days or you know the volume of robocalls. That are out there, right. We've got to. You know, there's an NV energy scam That's going on right now that, um I will. Talk about and share a voicemail that she can hear it if you haven't heard it. Hopefully I have time. Before the end of the show to do that, but I'll get it on there. But you know, there's some sophistication in these calls. The other call, and this kind of to my point about The identity theft is that These calls you get from credit card services. I'm you know, I'm so and so from credit card services. Would you like to reduce your interest rate You qualify. You know, whatever. I don't even know who you are. They're just smiling and dialing. That's all. They're not even dialing. Right? These are auto Dallas. These are automatic things. Um, that machines really that That will connect them to you, Um, never, ever volunteer under any circumstance, personal information or account information. To a phone person that calls you out of the blue. Especially from a company called Credit card services. Somebody says, Oh, yeah, we work for MasterCard. We worked for Visa. We work for whomever Don't.

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"under 20 bucks" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"under 20 bucks" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"So let's let's start with monitoring. Right. This is a good first step, and there's a whole bunch of products that are out there. There's you know, Lifelock and other things. You know, I don't want to sit here and jam anyone up. I think That there are certain products that are out there that are You know, 30 bucks a month 40 bucks a month that are really expensive that you don't need. The don't do ultimately what it takes to To truly protect you. Right. We use identity. We have a link that we can send you. It's on our website. It's you know, it's under 20 bucks a month to do that, and I think that's a very good service. You know, ultimately, what you want is you want something that's going to Identify you. Notify you rather Um, immediately If there's been a change to your credit, like a new account, or an inquiry, anything like that you want either an email or a message? Via text. That will tell you Hey, there's been a change. We detected a change so that you can jump onto identity kick. And look and see what's going on and then take steps to stop that. So That's the service that we recommend identity IQ, and there's a link for it with that deal that 1995 month deal on our website. If you need it just, you know, call us or text us and let us know we'll send it off to you. So that's step number one. You know, you want to make sure that there is some sort of a layer between Your credit reports and you To let you know that there's an issue so that you know, six or eight months. Don't go by where? You know someone opened up an account in your name and you don't find out until someone suing you. Right that there's you know, there's an issue. So Step one credit monitoring. Get that done. If you don't have it, that is a must as far as I'm concerned. There are a whole bunch of other ways that you can protect. Yourself. The the number one thing that we hear complaints. About these days or you know the volume of robocalls. Better out there, right? We've gotta you know, there's an NV energy scam That's going on right now. That Um I will. Talk about and share a voicemail that she can hear it. If you haven't heard. Hopefully I have time. Before the end of the show to to do that, but I'll get it on there. But you know, there's some sophistication in these calls. The other call, and this catered to my point about the identity theft is that These calls you get from credit card services. I'm you know, I'm so and so from credit card services. Would you like to, you know, reduce your interest rate you qualify. You know, whatever. I don't know who you are. They're just smiling and dialing. That's all. They're not even dialing. Right? These are auto dialers. These are automatic things. Um, that machines really that that will connect them to you. Um, never ever volunteer under any circumstance, personal information or account information. To a phone person that calls you out of the blue. Especially from a company called Credit card services. Somebody says, Oh, yeah, we work for MasterCard. We worked for Visa. We work for whomever Don't.

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"under 20 bucks" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"under 20 bucks" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"So Let's let's start with monitoring. Right. This is a good first step, and there's a whole bunch of products that are out there. There's you know, Lifelock and other things. You know, I don't want to sit here and jam anyone up. I think That there are certain products that are out there that are, you know, 30 bucks a month 40 bucks a month that are really expensive that you don't need that don't do ultimately what it takes to To truly protect you. Right. We use identity. We have a link that we can send you. It's on our website. It's you know, it's under 20 bucks a month to do that, and I think that's a very good service. You know, ultimately, what you want is you want something that's going to Identify you. Notify you rather Um, immediately If there's been a change to your credit, like a new account, or an inquiry, anything like that you want either an email or a message? Via text. That will tell you Hey, there's been a change. We detected a change so that you can jump onto identity like And look and see what's going on and then take steps to stop that. So That's the service that we recommend identity IQ, and there's a link for it with that deal that 1995 a month deal on our website. If you need it, just, you know, call us or text us and let us know. We'll send it off to you. So that's step number one. You know, you want to make sure that there is some sort of a layer between your credit reports and you To let you know that there's an issue so that you know, six or eight months. Don't go by where? You know someone opened up an account in your name and you don't find out until someone suing you. Right that there's you know, there's an issue. So Step one. Credit monitoring. Get that done if you don't have it. That is a must as far as I'm concerned. There are a whole bunch of other ways that you can protect. Yourself. The the number one thing that we hear complaints. About these days or you know the volume of robocalls. That are out there, right? We've gotta you know, there's an NV energy scam That's going on right now that, um I will. Talk about and share a voicemail that she can hear it if you haven't heard it. Hopefully I have time before the end of the show to to do that, But I'll get that on there. But you know, there's some sophistication in these calls. The other call and indicated to my point about The identity theft is that These calls you get from credit card services. I'm you know, I'm so and so from credit card services, Would you like to reduce your interest rate You qualify. You know, whatever. I don't know who you are. They're just smiling and dialing. That's all. They're not even dialing. Right? These are Auto Dallas. These are automatic things. Um, that machines really that that will connect them to you. Mm. Never ever volunteer under any circumstance, personal information or account information. To a phone person that calls you out of the blue. Especially from a company called Credit card services. Somebody says, Oh, yeah, we work for MasterCard. We work for visa. We work for whomever Don't do.

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"under 20 bucks" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"under 20 bucks" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Investors Edge case you're just joining us. I'm Adam Sarhan in for Gary K. Who's out today? Today is Friday, September, 3rd spoke about the major averages did the week in review. Spoke to you about short squeezes and help to break it down, because I know there's a lot of questions around that. It's not clear it could be confusing. So it's one take some time to talk about it. Meme stocks what they are, and then we shifted the conversation to gold. And now I'm talking to you about gold Gld, and then you've got the GDX and how gold could be emerging. And the GDX J. So watch these stocks. Gold stocks, The gold miners you not mining any M is a popular gold stock to watch. That's $59 big downtrend. I don't typically like buying down trends could be forming somewhat of a double bottom pattern ish is the key word there, but it's one in the area to watch. You got some good volume coming in. Which means the big institutions are buying. And it means it could be easily had higher if gold kicks back into gear. Rgl D Royal Gold, another big gold stock to watch And Still needs some time needs some work, but it could be coming up the right side of a somewhat of a sloppy issue this year, But it's something that is front and center on my radar. Yamana gold au y tighter action to lower price stock. This is only a $4 stock, which I don't typically talk about Stocks under five bucks really unstuck under 20 bucks. It's not out of my radar, but you meant as a big company, and if they're thinking it going and break out above for 50, it would look like it wants to move higher. Good volume coming in here, so So you've got some semblance of what could be a bottom in this area. If gold can continue to run last year. Gold had a huge move will be very interesting to watch what happens here. And then there are lots of other gold companies to and silver two's similar situation. The SLV, isn't it you have to track Silver had a big move up today to on volume. Few golden silver smaller stocks again. These are smaller ones, uh G eight EOS Ghetto silver emerging here back above its 50 popping its head up Nova Gold n G trying to go but still steep downtrend. Remember, this area has been left for dead so not an area that I typically look for for new air new ideas. I prefer to buy strength, but it's just something that that Gary sent me. No son wanted me to cover. I do want to dive into it, because if this area is emerging and you Probe a little bit here. You could do extremely well, especially if it becomes a leading area in a few weeks and or in a few months time and there's something to be said for that type of a strategy. So that's one next area. Semiconductors S M H. Semiconductor index. There's an if you have two tracks semiconductor stocks is acting extremely well. We have a chance. Take a look at SMH. Look on a daily chart. Look on a weekly chart. Look at the volume patterns. You see the big institutional investors in their buying. They're accumulating these stocks. So let's talk about some of the strong ones. No video and D D a monster stock. Very liquid big earnings. It's got multiple businesses makes money from crypto makes money from graphic cards on PCs makes money from many, many other things. They reported earnings I believe was 8 19. Yep. Was 8 19 they felt And while they report the first day they were trading after earnings came out with 8 19. The stock fell initially but closed higher. And it closed that day at two. Sorry, 1 97 98. So one any figure 1 98, and now it's at 2 28. That ladies and gentlemen is powerful action and monstrous volume coming into it. Now it's forming a Not even two week tight pattern, but it's just a nice tight little consolidation area here. It is extended, but it is the strongest liquid leader. In my opinion in this space, other strong stocks in the space clack and click so Kayleigh C is clack and then click with Kale. I see. But Kelly see big Gap up on earnings on 7 30 July, 30th pulled into the 50 bounced off of there, and now it's forming. Some would have a little bit of a handle ish area, not the cleanest. But still looks that if it could get going here above 3 50. It looks like it wants to go higher and then K. L i C gapped up on earnings on what was it 85 and never looked back went straight up other semiconductor stocks that are acting very strong. Oh, and semiconductors, Uh, Corp ticker symbol O N. Big gap up on eight to pull back a little bit. And then on 8 19. Then the video came out just stopped going down. And then this guy went from basically or was he the lowest 40 bucks? He's now at 45 71 high Today was 46 40 getting ready to break out again of its little high consolidation area. Those are some of the semiconductors that are doing well. Am D another monster in the space huge move up on earnings. I believe earnings. I believe we're 7 28 stock closed that day or the low that there was 90 bucks. Sorry. Excuse me. Mass moved. Okay, There we go. $89 was a low right around 90 bucks. Hi, 123456 days later. I think it was five or six days later. Was 1 20 to 49 went from $89 A. M. D. To 1 20 to 49. Then it pulled back down to low one hundreds. And now it's back to one of nine. If it can get going. I mean, you can even I'd like to see it settled down. I'd like to see tight action. The market doesn't care what I like. This is a very, very strong acting stock. So it's one that I'm watching, and I like to follow it a few other ones. That we could talk about Xilinx X l and X Nice, healthy action here, gapped up on 8 23 move sideways the last few days, and if we can get going here with a close stop. It looks like it would want to go higher and an L R c X would be lam research. It's weaker. That's why I saved it. For last. It's below the 50. The other ones are above the 50. But if this thing can get breakout above the 50 above $617.80, it looks like it wants to go higher. So there's money moving back into the semiconductor stocks. There are other semis. Obviously, it's not all of them. But I didn't want to talk to you. But several of them that are showing up on my radar because one an area moves group action. These gentlemen is very important and area tends to move in tandem. Or in sync. So many areas so many stocks in the group are also going to move higher. If you have a group going straight down most of the stocks in a group we're going to go lower. It's just how it works. I don't make the rules. I just play by him. So when you see areas emerging Like gold, the G L Dear GDX, GDX, J. Someone and so forth or the semiconductors SMH. Which has all the stocks I just mentioned. Pay attention because if you're looking for leaders true market leaders that is leading stocks. Strong stocks. Stocks are going up. This is a great place..

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Biden Supporter Struggles Debating With Mark Levin

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 1 year ago

Biden Supporter Struggles Debating With Mark Levin

"You there? Yeah, I got a question for you. Yeah, I'm here. Yeah, Yeah. What were you doing in the bunker anyway? Doing in the punker and broadcasting. What do you think I'm doing in the bunker? Your deep. You're deeper the bunkers drop in there with, you know, that's just a joke, But I just I just want I just wanted to. I just wanted to say so. Let me ask you a question. Where does inflation come from? You know, where does inflation company must think of that? And what? What's the What's the word deficit? Let's think of that one too. All right, stay that that Please don't play liberal war against Let's just see if we can have a discussion before you annoy me. My question was, what is inflation comes from? You said deficit spending doesn't matter. But of course it matters. Yeah, but Well, of course I know it matters. But why did you say it doesn't matter somewhere along the line Well, because nobody seems to care. No, but but But I'm as it's not about. I'm not asking you about a good start session here. I'm asking you. Does it matter? And don't say nobody seems to care. By the way Gasoline prices are going up and food prices are going up. It's starting to matter to a lot of people. Well, maybe the thought he should have overflow to market. Okay, Forget about the Saudis. I asked you where does inflation comes from years. All right, Chris. It's been a pleasure. We're going to send you a signed copy of American Marxism. Will you read it? If not, I'm not gonna waste 20 bucks on it. Well, you don't even got my address now, but we'll get it for you. Thank you. Give him give him that. Why Alright. Any other Biden supporters out there's thinks he's doing a great job. That's it so far, but we'll leave the line open. We love to hear from you. I'll do my best. To, uh Anyway, we'd love to hear from you. Let's go to

Chris Biden
"under 20 bucks" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"under 20 bucks" Discussed on WGN Radio

"10 10, Now on W. G. M. John Williams here, the lake level has gone up and down a measure of six ft and the last couple of years we'll talk to somebody who's writing about what that means to you and me. It's so dramatic, they say the Chicago River may flow in a different direction. If we don't Well, I'll let him finish that story That's in the 11 0 clock hour right now, though, we're just talking a little bit about the fob of yours. That key thing that turns on and opens your car. One of our listeners lost his for a while, he found out it was going to cost him 400 bucks to replace 63. Oh texted in. I bought a brand new Honda Key fob online for $65. And then I pay the locksmith $80 to program and cut the key. The dealer wanted 3 60. I bought it from North Coast. Kilis. Let's talk to Peter. You're on w g N Hey, Pete, you're on the air. What's going on? Hi, John. Uh, first, the disclaimer. I owe nothing but a bunch of gratitude to the people. I'm not I'm not employed or anything. But I have been window shopping to get a second full fledged key from my Subaru. Yeah, I my right. It was a used car. When I got it. It came with one What I call full fledged and one thing called a the Laiki. Yeah, right, which So anyway, um The two local aces. There's warning. I'm in Salt Village. There's one in Creek, Illinois, and then day R Indiana. Both of them offer the, uh Fobs and, of course, the key cutting and programming and all And they undercut the dealership price by 100 $150. I don't remember the exact number at this point steps. Unfortunately, that's a luxury I can't afford at the moment, but that's the situation. Oh, and I'll comment on Branson and his space flight. He wants other companies to come along because he wants other space ports around the world. His intention is to create sub orbital Uh oh. Passenger flights. And, uh, uh out speed the airline, So I take off in Texas land in Japan, But I need somebody else to have a place in Japan in Japan, right? And it will only take you like two hours. How about that? You know, I That makes more sense to me than just going up for the fun of it. Um, he said, for all the kids out there the dream of space as possible. Somebody else said Yes, John. For all the kids out there the dream of space as possible if you have $250,000 I guess the price would go down to O a lot, and also with newer technologies coming along. I mean, there were there was talk at one point about them trying to do hypersonic jets over the Pacific using hydrogen power. And this is really is what's going to end up probably happening instead about that. Hey, thanks for the phone call Peter. I'm glad you joined us, Susan, you're on. W g m. Did you lose your fog, too? Yes, John Sue. Are you talking to sue? I am. You're on the air. Okay? Yeah. Hey, um, my husband summited long speak about 25 years ago. And that's a 14 hour out in Colorado and the Rockies. Well, a couple years ago, we were out there again in his dream was to walk as far as he could up the trail and The plan was that I would go with him. And when I was too tired, I would sit down and just head back down and wait for him around the camping area or the parking area. So that's what we did. And I had the key fob to the truck in my pocket, and I sat down a few places and when I got back to the guess what I lost the key. So I'm walking up and down this long peak trail, trying to find the places where I had sat down, which is night onto impossible to even recognized. People were coming up and down And, you know, commiserating with me, and I'm crying. And how did you see my kid? And finally my husband came back down and I was Course beside myself, and he wasn't as upset as I thought he might be, He said. Well, I have a key taped inside of the gas tank truck. And so if it's still there were okay. Wow. Work. That's a good idea. I think it was. It was such a, uh what a release and we were. Actually we were also camping. And so if we had not been able to have our truck, of course, then Trailer and getting into it and having to try to find someone to make a key for us. You can just imagine what a relief that he's hard enough to do that I'm relieved, and I don't even know you guys. Sue, So, thank you. Thanks for the call day. Lots of you are telling stories like that. Jan. What are you saying about getting a key replaced? By one time we got out the car realized the keys were still in the car. Luckily, a cop came by and got us into the car and we went to Dan, the key man in Libertyville, and he made us a key that we could put in the wallet. We're under 20 bucks was that allows us to open up the car door, but that's all it would do. But still, if the keys are left in the car, at least you could get in. To the car, and it's also something that you could put in your wallet. Because those big keys you can't put in your wallet you know and carry with you. Yeah, that's helpful to know it's 10 16. I gotta ask Lou, if his ace hardware does the same thing that other guy said his ace hardware does. I think they do thanks for the calls on that 10 16, Speaking of cars, the auto show director of public relations. Have you caught up with this? The auto.

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"under 20 bucks" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"under 20 bucks" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Just take her straight to that room. You are all man, son. Close the door. Daddy's fixed to fill valve and now it's reward time. I mean, what's that sound? Don't you worry about Dad. What's that say? Oh, yeah, the one time he's not totally engrossed in a video. Exactly. He wants his switch. He wants his Amazon. We control it. He wants his Switch is Amazon fire stick and his tablet like wants All these things are like once and you'll go into his room and I'll have the TV arm and he watches these These, um, voice memes. It's like it's like a British voiceover guy. And it's just these memes that pop up on YouTube went after the other after the other compilation, and and it's red in this voice. Man goes to the store, and he says that it's like it's all these memes read aloud in this Computerized British voice. He's got that on. He's playing his switch. And then he's on his tablet face timing one of his friends at the same time, so so we have childhood is so much different than my child. Oh, my God! You know it wasn't honestly It wasn't that long ago like maybe eight years, although, and now that's a long time For what? I'm talk. I'll say my daughter's became multi screen people. It was when they first came up with the term when someone was to screening or multi screening and it was when they would always have their phones with them while we were watching a show. Like, what is it about? You can't like, just watch the show, And now everybody has their phone next to them while they watch the show and or are looking at the phone while the show is running, so you're to everybody to screens who three screens or four screens right? That's not with their bet. That was not that long ago. The two screens was really like A lot of people kind of disturbing that you couldn't pay attention. The one I remember that, because, um, like you said, not too long ago. But when I was with my ex and we'd go to the movie theater, and I would have, and this was I had my sidekick. I was physically addicted to my sidekick. And I would not. He would keep you, like, turn it off completely, like just shut it off, And I'm like, Well, let me just live on silent and then let's just keep it here like it was, like a little comfort, blanket type of thing or whatever, but I would be all my power to not at some point, pick it up and just look like a lot. Yeah, Yeah. I mean, is that the one that slid like it looks like a rail a phone. Then it slid up and how to keyboard underneath. That is the one I'm thinking. Yeah. You love that sidekick. Technology is not going to get any better than this. I know, right? That's what we thought. That's we thought with blackberries to write Stupid little, but Usually your thumb would hit to it. I mean, it was just Library was the thing that was that That was the one that was kind of like a little like, almost like an oval, and then it had the keyboard. Uh, it was attacked on the screen. Yeah, it was. And it was all exposed, right? There was a bigger screen. Yeah, I remember, though. I didn't ever have one of those. I think serious people have those Like adults like, you know, like, uh, non side kickers, right? Well, recent. You know Brad's experience with the YouTube. I I just had a YouTube thing happened. That actually saved me from, uh, Like from Like I was going to call. It was actually a plumber situation right away. It was like my oil burner. There was there's nothing on the walls Electric, and it's going just in their flashing and taking the whole time. Just like what is this? I don't understand. I started looking it up on YouTube like I do. How do you look up thing on the wall is going back. And, uh, I don't know. How do I look that up? I don't know what to call it. So, uh, I figured, all right. It's got to be electrical. Uh, I'm looking where it's going to on a burner and what's next to it? I'm like, all right. It's uh so I was put in like oil burner transports oil valve, electric pain. Weird sub burner sounds, even though it's not the burners next to it, whatever I eventually found it. And, uh, it kept me from getting the plumber right away. But it's still something I couldn't do. But like it gives you this knowledge where you don't have to call up and say this thing is making a sound And should you and then they come over 120 bucks to visit and then they're like, Oh, this is nothing. All you do is flip it off and restarted like that would be the worst. So I want to avoid the so YouTube saved that I find out It's called, like a relay or something. And it's whenever, like, you want hot water, or you want to turn on heat or whatever it sends, like a message to this thing that starts up the oil burner. Oh, I learned this from YouTube and I said, Well, I can't fix this. So now I know for sure I do want to pay the guy to come over to replace it fixed or whatever has to be done. And then I don't you know, because how many times in my life Have I had someone come over something And you feel stupid because then they say, Oh, it was just this. Why couldn't tell me that on the phone because it's 99 bucks or under 20 bucks to come over. That's how it works, and that's what YouTube can save you. That's why, Yeah, I can. But last way I like sometimes I'm grateful about the apartment life because I will literally call and I will sometimes be embarrassed. Like, Oh, that was it. And I don't like to have to rely on other people. I would like to do it myself At the same time, I do pay rent, and they have designated for that. So I know you. Yeah, Like I'm gonna I'm gonna use it. And that's all right, too. A lot. But I do feel like an idiot. I know exactly what you mean. You're like, Oh, I could have done that right now. But you got to know that you're not the only one ever and that they're used to this stuff. Where And everybody just has no idea. That's why they're professionals at it. And we do. What do we know? You know, kind of out of our depth so well, congratulations to breath. Thank you. Very, very proud of you for fixing the toilet. Serve you. You need any plumbing or whatever done, you know, Uh oh, You know, if they got time, I got a list of people that.

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"under 20 bucks" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"under 20 bucks" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"So let's let's start with monitoring. Right. This is a good first step, and there's a whole bunch of products that are out there. There's you know, Lifelock and other things. Um You know, I don't want to sit here and jam anyone up. I think that that there are certain products that are out there that are, you know, 30 bucks a month 40 bucks a month that are really expensive that you don't need that. Don't do. Ultimately what it takes to To truly protect you. Right. We use identity, like we have a link that we can send you. It's on our website. It's you know, it's under 20 bucks a month to do that, and I think that's a very good service. Ultimately, what you want is you want something that's going to identify you. Notify you rather Immediately If there's been a change to your credit, like a new account, or an inquiry, anything like that you want either an email or a message via text? It will tell you. Hey, there's been a change. We detected a change so that you can jump onto identity. I Q and look and see what's going on and then take steps to stop that. So That's the service that we recommend identity IQ, and there's a link for it with that deal that 1995 a month deal on our website. If you need it, just, you know, call us or text us and let us know we'll send it off to you. So that's step number one. You know, you want to make sure that there is some sort of a layer between your credit reports and you to let you know that there's an issue so that Six or eight months. Don't go by where? You know someone opened up an account in your name and you don't find out until someone suing you. Right that there's you know, there's an issue. So Step one. Credit monitoring. Get that done if you don't have it. That is a must as far as I'm concerned. There are a whole bunch of other ways that you can protect yourself. The then the number one thing that we hear complaints. About these days or but you know the volume of robocalls. That are out there, right. We've got to. You know, there's an NV energy scam That's going on right now. That Um I will talk about and share a voicemail that she can hear it if you haven't heard, hopefully out of time. Before the end of the show to do that, but I'll get that on there. But you know, there's some sophistication in these calls the other call and indicated to my point about The identity theft is that These calls you get from credit card services. I'm you know, I'm so and so from credit card services. Would you like to, you know, reduce your interest rate you qualify. You know, whatever. I don't even know who you are. They're just smiling and dialing. That's all. They're not even dialing. Right? These are auto dialers. These are automatic things. That machine's really that that will connect them to you. Never, ever volunteer under any circumstance, personal information or account information to a phone person that calls you out of the blue. Especially from a company called Credit card services. Someone says, Oh, yeah, we work for MasterCard. We work for visa. We work for whomever Don't.

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PREDICT Program Granted $63M to EcoHealth Alliance, Tied to COVID-19 Development

The Dan Bongino Show

01:45 min | 1 year ago

PREDICT Program Granted $63M to EcoHealth Alliance, Tied to COVID-19 Development

"Here's the article from Red State quote. The predict program is the key to understanding the funding of ECA Health Alliance. Remember Weaker Health Alliance that group run by Peter Dash shock that viral researcher who was working with the bat Lady and the Wuhan Institute of Virology Virology? And whose tax dollars were passed through equal health alliance to the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Remember them? So again, it says to predict program is the key to understanding the funding of Eco Health alliance and its work with the Wuhan Institute. Predict is a research funding program launched in 2000 and nine as a quote early warning pandemic system. Alright. Sounds like a good idea. Right, folks, We want that kind of thing. Well, here's the problem. Between 2000 and nine and 2019. The predict program funded the collection of more than 41 Day. Excuse me, 140 down. I screwed this up this way to 140,000 biological samples that contained as many as 1200 coronavirus is with the potential to cause human disease and pandemics. In that time period predict awarded Word and what $200 million in grants before the grant funding ran out and President Trump ended this program of the 200 million. This is amazing. Get a load of this. Get ready muffins toasted right here. Bagels big of the $200,000,063 Million. Nearly a third of all predict Grant funds went to the Eco Health alliance, which was working with the Chinese bad lady G. Zhang Lei, who worked in the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Folks, uh, that's not a scratch off ticket like, Hey, I won 20 bucks 63 Million beans is a whole lot of dough. I don't care how rich you are. That's a lot of money.

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"under 20 bucks" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:43 min | 2 years ago

"under 20 bucks" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Have talked about a lot of things this morning and I took one of 71. I'm Stephanie Hansen. I'm filling in for Jason. I'm here with Alexis and Kenny and don. And you guys normally right now we would be. Where would we be at the fair We would be do you have you like thought back on that. And just like, Oh, my gosh. Normally we'd be at the fair and yes, yes, It's been a little sad. Yeah, Yes. Been a hard week. Yeah, said that it's not happening, said for the vendors and people that really counted on. I know some people that that 10 days of the fair kind of funds their whole year. Absolutely. Also last year, one of the highlights of my year Wass doing the state Fair podcast, which you can still find its on. Ah, Podcast one, and I think that they're also the episodes are posted on Stephanie's dish, too. But last year, Stephanie March and I were earned me What's the correct grammar there? Stephanie and me. Me. Yeah. Okay, wait. I know someone will correct me. So we were Stephanie and I suffer and I said find, and I OK 79. Were inside the sculpting of the butter heads. Oh, you were. Yes, we got to meet the sculptor. We got to talk to one of the princesses that sit in the refrigerated cooler while she's getting her head sculpted in butter. And it was known earlier this week. This woman her name is Donna Moaning of hay field. She has had her but her head from when she was a princess Kay for 40 years in her freezer. That's amazing is amazing. Okay? Yes, Yes, She was a 40 year old butter. You can still use it. I don't think she's using it. She's it's the carved art piece the head. Oh, I thought she was just chipping away at it is taking a 40 years. Jesus, Preserving art. Is that what she's well, She is a butter head. Yeah, She has a picture of her when she was thie Ah, Cockney Dairy Princess in the 19 eighties, and she put her head that has the perfectly like flipped hair. She kept it in the freezer, and it's been in there for 40 years and They just joke that she's never lost her head. Wow. Like this ice just still can't get over the fact that you think she's eating. It was like a little bit like Let's eat the left ear, you know? Yeah, just a little bit. You might eat it, though. I don't know. Can you eat 40 year old butter that's been in the freezer. Probably you because because it hasn't been sitting out, so it's never gotten rancid. It's been yes served. I mean, yeah, I don't know certainly supports this. I do. I do. Oh, we were talking about it with my niece over the weekend. Do you have any, like weird things in your freezer? Oh, gosh. All these questions today, Stephanie. I can I can I mean I just cleaned out my freezer and thrown in a bunch of stuff. You know, when I was moving, I'm like, I don't need this. Oh, you know what? The one thing I do have. What That might be interesting is that I went to the White House. And in about gosh, when was that 2013 or something? And I got to meet President Obama and we all got a commemorative box of Eminem's My Barack Obama. Eminem's from the White House there in a little box that has the presidential seal. I had to throw them away because I should have taken the Eminem's out. And they sort of all at one point weren't always frozen, I think And so they melted in there, and the bomb had mold on them in a moving process once and I kept it and I'm like I got to throw this away. Okay, But like you make fun of me for asking you the questions, and then you come up with that you've got presidential Eminem's in their freezer, but I just had to throw him out. I might gotta let these go. I gotta let it go. It's gross in there. Where it's not like I could, like, sell it or something. I don't know. You can't eat it. I should have taken them and EMS out. Need them right away. I love is that the box froze the Eminem. Yeah, Alexis to everything. We're near Freezing so well, I don't know if this is that weird, but I have a ton of Johnny Pops like 12 boxes of them eyes. They're fantastic. They're delicious. And you have to try all the flavors. So we have a bunch of those. I have a bunch of frozen artichokes. And and this is why we were two other people, But we have a bunch of vegan meats in there. Oh, yeah, That's not that weird. But Ischia, I love that. You have 12 boxes of Johnny Pops those things they're fantastic, depending on you know, on the night of how we're feeling. Yeah, I like you want them in chocolate? Or we thinking more fruity. We were, but you have some weird stuff in your freezer. Well, we were talking my niece and I were talking about We had a pet that died in the winter time. Oh, and my parents wanted to piri it So they just put it in the freezer over the wintertime. What size better we talk in here. Watch now, sir. Oh, Dang, I'm thinking a cockatiels. Yeah, No, he was. He was a little larger, and my sister didn't know that he was in the freezer after he died. And Yeah, so that happened. And then I was telling my niece about it and she goes. Oh, yeah, my friend aliens, Guinea pig was in the freezer. Same thing it died, and they wanted to bury it in the backyard. But it was wintertime, So they just froze it until it was time and I was in the freezer at aliens house looking for ice cream, and she's like, watch out for pickles Feels like why're there pickles in the freezer? And she's like no pickles. You know, like the guinea pig pickles he's in there. It's just It's funny, the stuff that people blowing up having in their freezer. Kenny is purely silent or he's checked out. He's done with us. I don't know if you even want to know what's going on in my hunting stuff. Oh, I do up up north. Well here in Minneapolis. The only weird thing is I notice yesterday. There's a dozen night crawlers in the refrigerator. Okay, that's cool. But up north in the freezer. There's ah, probably a dozen frozen Minos. There's a raccoon pelt and Appelt rabbit pills hillbilly out. Yeah. What do you mean? What's the plan for those pelts? I have no idea, Okay? I don't know. Did you catch something and skin it and just your own. Yeah. The raccoon came from me and the rabbit came from Ben and he had plans for it. And I kind of forgot about it. This is like it's like somebody like Alexis with craft projects that she doesn't finish except its carcass. Yeah, yeah, I'm like, I think I've got some ideas for that If you need some, Kenny Make it a hat. A Daniel Boone hat, Big, fluffy tail actually explored that and the cost of making you can't get your money back. Oh, just no way to get your investor. There's no value proposition in your raccoon pelt in your freezer in your cabin. Wow, there, there really isn't because there's just so many readily available. Oh, yeah, Just you have to praise him up around $100. And when you can go buy one for under 20 bucks. There's you know, there's no point. Well, obviously, the pelt has some sentimental value to you.

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"under 20 bucks" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"under 20 bucks" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And it has to kill. There's a lot of time that has to happen to make this ice cream and I got to be honest. I've sort of poo pooed that no turn stuff I didn't really think about I'm gonna tell you that yesterday I put together this ice cream in 15 minutes. 20 minute. What do you do? All right, Here's how it goes. And this has been all over like this is one of those guys. Things writer. I told Megan and and Joey. I was like, I'm gonna make you guys some ice cream. Send it down. In your area and suddenly my son Majella doing it on food, 50 too, And I saw you know our whatever couple daughters anyway, Here's how it is, You guys it's a cup and 1/4 of one and 1/4 cops whipped cream, chilled whipped cream. He throw that in your blender in your mixer, and then it's 2/3 cop sweetened condensed milk. And then you throw that in your mixer like all together and then Ah, I squeezed in like two tablespoons, or like a couple of tablespoons of that five vanilla espresso ha! Theft to stay a little bit of alcohol kind of thing helps to get it smoother when it freezes. Um and I whipped it. That's it. So those three things you turn the whip. You turned the blender that whatever on I whipped it until there was, it was thick enough like left tracks in the ball. And then I put it into a container and I froze it. That's it. And then I had it this morning. It was the smoothest creamiest most beautiful thing better consistency than I have ever been able to achieve even in my Cuisinart because you use thief. I've Ah, nice espresso flavoring. Did you use that? Like the coffee flavoring? So did it tastes like coffee Didn't really because I used I used like, two teaspoons. It was really small and actually, To be honest, I did throw lucky terms in there for because we have this leftover cereal. And then I was like, I'm gonna make ice cream with it for the kids right now. So I threw all the lucky charms in there. And but, I mean, it was it is like the consistency is smooth. It was like like gelato. Consistency, Little bit. Yeah, it is, But it is like, but I've had plenty of ice cream that I've made by on my own. With the with the maker that is, like icy and hard to chip this morning, I It was cold and solid, but it was also smooth. It was buttery. Okay, I'm telling you this no turn thing. I might be a convert. I am and I have to test kitchen. It's a couple different. Because some people say you should whip the cream and then fold in the milk. And somebody else was saying the condensed milk. You should toasted a little bit on the on the giving it like you should just warm it up before you folded in. Because then it gives it a different flavour. It takes a little bit of that were Tang from condensed milk for more toasty. Yeah, it softens it a little bit. So this is my new So the next week, I will report back on your know. Churned ice cream. Hey, I like this idea. Good. Good call. Good call, okay, but mine is just when we were talking about the van. And getting it appropriated and my sister was getting ready to take it out because she's out in the van right now with her kids. The Cuisinart. 12 piece metallic knife set Cuisinart 12 piece metallic nineties or knives that 18 95 If you have, like a person in your life that is just like a regular home cook, and they don't leave like fancy Chef something. These are excellent knives for under $20. Okay, they have this set. You can buy it online. They also have a target. I think you get six knives and they each come with their own sheath, which I don't know why you have to have a sheath for a knife because it's not like it's nice for the van because they rattle around in the drawer. But You get like the butcher knife. You get a Sarah did knife. You get two different types appearing knives and you get a didn't Chef knife? For like regular people under 20 bucks. This is an actual, really good knife set and it's very sharp, and it stays sharp. We have him in the van. We bottom when we went sailing and took them. We would take him with us on sailing trips because they always have crappy knives on the boats. Yeah, they're really quite good knives, like every time I use them, I'm like, wow. These are pretty great knives. Less than 20 bucks less than 20 bucks and where you getting him, you get online and get a target. They're just they're They're multicolored, so they're kind of fun to cook with. That's awesome. Okay? I like it a link on the Facebook page. But for less than 20 bucks, you're sending the kids off to college or you've got a young person at home. That's just starting to get into it. Yeah. Start him off with these. I love it. Good. All right. Those are your Rex Does your top tunes and now to you guys, We're gonna be right back talking with Hanson. About what? She has been cooking this week, so we'll be right back. This is the weekly dish on my talk 1071 Good job, my talkers..

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