17 Burst results for "University Of Houston"

"university houston" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"university houston" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"And i was like okay. Lemme like really dive into this draft and kind of see like all these other guys because if dacian knicks is like not a guy that should get drafted by for some people like who are these other guys. You know or if like isaiah tie and like jonathan coming and i'm like oh man like there's all this like awesome talent coming into the league star watching ally like a lot more really. I only had a really paid attention to acc because syracuse and then also like would just watch. ut games and a university houston game. so. I knew players. I didn't really know like who's coming into the draft and who's in what draft class and stuff that by kind new players then. Once i really like dove into it started watching film star watching you know. Even like e. y. b. l. games from years back watching old interviews workouts. Whatever i i love the process. It was a lot of me just like sitting where i am right now looking at my computer a lot of headaches and long nights and slamming my keyboard going. This is hard because it is. It's such a hard process any like scouts. I get paid for that stuff like one hundred percent props to you get so hard to do that. Especially like all the time like it's mentally draining like right now. I'm about to leave for the draft in a couple of hours as soon as the draft is over. I don't want to talk about basketball until i get to summer league. Like i just wanted to like take a break so like seriously like props that people who do this year and you're out. It is extremely extremely difficult. I had a lot of fun doing it. Though like there's some players that i'm gonna be fans of no matter why i got to make a lot of connections talk to a couple of these players as well got to do some media session so it was just it was like. That's the that's the best way but it was. It was an awesome experience..

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"university houston" Discussed on The Indigo Podcast

The Indigo Podcast

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"university houston" Discussed on The Indigo Podcast

"They might be able to help you now, but you will definitely be able to help them later maybe you can help them now it's not you can help them later you can help them five years from now ten years from now. War You're going to be in a position where fifteen twenty years from now, you're going to have eighteen to twenty year old student asking you the same thing that you're doing. So you'd be able to give back in that way and networking. So in that case, networking for me, I just Kinda some up is, how can I be of service and helped other people in their time of need and so being able to understand it and an enhanced my network both Are Our strong ties. Ner weeks is other people that we have. If you're able to do that, you're going to have a really strong type of network and the work that I know about networking in terms of what networks look like for effective leaders I get this from Kristen Colin. Lester who was a friend of mine she worked with me seal now she's she used to be at the university Houston Bisco thing she just went to Ole miss now. A Mississippi, in their business school, her research and a lot of others in the networking literature really focus on three things in my book call it. Your network has to be odd and when I talk about odd, it's not strange or weird odd is stands for open diverse in deep. So you want your network to be open you want your network to be diverse you want to be deep. if you can have your network, be those three things as a leader, you're going to be really powerful in terms of the type of great work that you can do in collaboration with others at your organization, or at your nonprofit or at your place of worship whatever you know leader role that you. Right. So but if you're eighteen twenty years old. And you WANNA take all open diverse deep plummet Tina I'm just starting to this network, right? What. I don't have a whole lot of skills to offer what are some ways for a young person has to begin that network churning. The first way from me in because I'm I'm more introverted than extroverted and it's Really really difficult for students. Especially, if you're eighteen or nineteen, you've been had down in your work all your life and and that's kind of how how you've been and you're you're not the extroverts person. Start just start just make an effort in start That's the best thing that you can do. The other thing that's all people is you have one or two go questions that. Allow people to open up and talk and I usually say it's not a yes no question more of A. Tell me. Why are you? So passionate about your job tell me something that you love doing about your job. What's a? What's a really great thing that you're looking forward to this week in your job? That will get people to open up and Talk Kim because they love talking about themselves. It just be prepared to have the answer to that question too..

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"university houston" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

Dark Horse Entrepreneur

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"university houston" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

"Accident coupled with one simple question completely changer entire life and business. Keep listening to find out. Okay, here's the question. How are we darkhorse? The ones everyone is betting against the ones they don't expect to win. Place or even show on the track and they'll even on us. We talk about trying. How do we show the world? Our greatness and triumph? Camman, while that's the question and this podcast will give you the answers. This is the Dark Horse Entrepreneur. My Name Tracey Bregman. Today is a businessman. Tour Serial Entrepreneur Speaker bestselling author of the side-hustle millionaire and host of his own podcast, three sixty five driven He's known best as I remember it for being the CO founder of L. S. one tech incorrect anywhere along the way, if I'm wrong here, which was an unlike automotive community that grew to one of the largest of its kind, it was three hundred thousand members of if memory serves, and then turn around sold that for a few million in about five years after you kick that off. And what caught me the kicker for me? Was You did all this? Is that was his side? Hustle the head going on. It was doing it on top of leading a successful corporate career where he's got twenty seven years in the oil and gas management. What hundred plus million dollars in in projects did some scaling of Project Management and Business Departments Consulting Fortune one hundred corporations I. Think the list is continues to go on and on about about. About five years ago in twenty, fifteen decided to focus solely on your side business a in left a six-figure plus a salary. Corporate America career to do that. got your science degree in. Excuse me. Business a science in Medical Engineering University University Houston, also certified project manager in. Here's one of the things I. Think I actually liked a lot. 'cause I've done this myself. As a serving.

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"university houston" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"university houston" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Training's been shut down and we just continue on you know where I stand I'm sorry for so I found it very introducing reading on this before I came in which I'm doing prep work that's what I should be doing first time ever the blue jays nobody even tested positive somebody showed symptoms and they shut it down and so what wasn't clear to me about some of these facilities was there testing on the way in because that's the big thing right like the university Houston last week had to shut down the workouts because six guys were showing symptoms but they never tested them on the way in and so I wonder with these baseball facilities our guys actually being tested on the way in they're in there that I just have to ask you you know when you say sports has to continue is that for our I'll say are not yours but are entertainment purposes only is there or is this for financial gain is just to keep people employed because I know you're not talking about the millionaires and billionaires why is it so important for you to have baseball back let's say or NBA or NHL back right before we start football why is that so important it's a great question and it's not important I just think I I don't make it sound like it's important I mean I don't was adored you would be risking people's health but go ahead I don't know what the difference is between Zion Williamson or who's the hot and NHL players Sidney Crosby I don't think I don't understand what isn't it they they're getting tested on the way into these bubbles they have access to great medical staff they can easily be quarantine they can easily be taken care of I don't want to play under those conditions have you seen some of the rules that they have for the NFL and the NBA guys and that's what cracks me up watch the play like that it was funny you know I saw justice Winslow say yesterday the NBA doesn't care about our health I've criticized Adam silver but a lot of things the one thing you can't say is they don't care about your health what are you gonna throw away a deck of cards after you use it when you can't wear a headset after your plane but while you're playing video games you can't tell me the NBA doesn't care about your health now the question becomes again Arnie it's very simple all arms I I don't think it's quote unquote important I just don't understand why we're making exceptions for athletes who are universally in shape not in a in a health risk group and we're also telling anybody by the way that doesn't want to come play that they don't have to come play and so my whole thing is what why are we making exceptions for them when I go to target today and there's a hundred fifty people working their **** off that don't get access to testing every day that don't have the best medical professionals that can't easily be quarantine same with the waitress at my restaurant I I don't understand what the differences well I'll tell you first of all what do you do to keep the whole all of United States unemployed Erin is that is I mean is that why is Williamson exception you have that's two to ten minutes Sir why he thought if it was up to be that we would be playing sports they would be able to port that would they not be that that's when they'll be at a point I would say but shut it down well he's the the the players are set to lose one point two billion dollars if they do not come back this season I was from the owners making that type of money the player salary they've already made Moster salaries in the NBA are we talking about the NBA now you have I'm just talking about E. sports I don't even know what the hell sports we're talking about anymore Bobby marks from E. S. P. N. yeah said that in total two billion dollars of revenue would be lost which would include one point two billion in player salaries if they do not return this okay so that's with all the players who've already received most of salaries but you know what who cares about the money what what does the money have anything to do with this when you're told me what millionaires are going to lose the salary and what billionaires are gonna lose and profit because I don't give a damn literally just said the whole world can go unemployed you're asking NBA players to be unemployed because we were just because they make a million dollars as opposed to fifty thousand dollars they're allowed to one employee you yeah yeah yeah yeah that's exactly right that's exactly right not all of them all of them that is exactly right so you're noticing okay billionaires and millionaires make so much money I'm not worried about them no word about Mike trout is four hundred twenty million dollar contract okay I don't care about how much the players are making and it for you know if they don't have enough money in the billionaires I care about the folks like you said working at Walmart and you know working at target and work at the local diner they're the ones I got to be worried about don't compare those people you're sending them back to work we have to go back to work dozens I don't have to go back to work he's twenty one he's healthy I mean you might not be healthy no money into much McKinney but I'm I'm all of a sudden the back to work it just doesn't have to be a media can I wait why do I go to start the NBA now can I just say you know what I give up let's just wrap up it was just forget about the rest of the twenty what is it twenty twenty one season now and take the rest of the time off you got July and boom we're back for the next year in the camps in August they give you a month why can't we do that it is just another month but that that happened why is that why do we have to finish up this damn year what what are we going to do that so you're saying bring them back instead of bringing them back for games on July thirtieth bring them back for training camp for next year on August first is that we doesn't I thought that's what it sounds like you just I'm trying to buy time here I'm not trying to buy some time okay so instead of making a finish up this year give me some time give me the rest of August maybe participate number I I I need time I I I kids in the back down to what happens if there's not a very nineteenth it's June nineteenth and you and I can't play basketball as I say it's going to be any safer on December first when we may be in the middle of a second way and it may not and that's all you have to ask you about that that's my whole point you have to go back at some point go back in a safe bubble environment where there's so much testing if your argument is just we can't come back till till there's a vaccine I don't agree with that but it is it is that it's at least a logical argument but to push it off for three months knowing that we probably won't have a vaccine it doesn't even make sense or not even three months worth in the June I'm talkin I I what would start next season well for what the NBA that that will start in.

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"university houston" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"university houston" Discussed on KTRH

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"university houston" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

09:15 min | 3 years ago

"university houston" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Only earn one money one way and maybe in some as many as to the rules they were earning money in six different ways all at the same time. and when you add them all up the return that you were on real estate investing is way in excess of any other investment out there in the majority of cases now there's obviously Lowe's is obviously highs there's averages and medians and all that stuff but that's a relevant to what the conversation as conversation is to have years after I started as the real state I was able to quit my job and live up like actual right the conversation is thousands of people join life tell the limited and over get out let's say two to five years I used to say it was gonna be five to seven years that's what my documents said then they changed the monthly. because so many people are doing in two to five years which really appeared I did I did two and a half years so retired said well how do you get that much income I worked my entire life right my entire life. to try to make enough money. to be capable of saving some money. to be capable of saving enough money. to create a pile I enough. that some day I can quit my job would be fired from my job retire and live off of the pile of money. and in addition to that not have the pile of money go down so fast that I end up running out of money before I die. while you are trying to get us this long term equation that just won't work you can't guess what it's going to cost to live twenty five thirty forty years from now. what you can do is replace what it costs to live today. and then every year after that for the rest of your life add to it so is the cost of living goes up bloom so does your income. as your desire to live in a better quality of life boom so does your income. and you continue to grow your income. at any rate over a period of time that never stops. having done that though. which is really what this is all about here at lifestyles unlimited here it's my life's mission. to get out there and be the pied Piper for. having said all that. very infrequently do I give you the nuts and bolts of why it works so well so today I'm gonna try to come back and give you the nuts and bolts now I understand that on radio TV the nuts and bolts are not as interesting or as fun as the platitudes and the stories. so I get that but everyone to ride think that there's some technical people out there one here some steps to why the stuff is so much better so let's start with the first way that we make money with real state which is really a unique and interesting way and that is captured equity. so we're gonna talk about both single family houses and apartment complexes here for second back and forth in this particular singular part of how you make money typically a single family houses what we do is we go out there we find somebody to distressed. they need to get rid of the home they need to sell their home. now because their home is not in perfect condition and the typical way you sell a home. if you put it in as perfect condition as you possibly can someone buying it wants a new home they want a nice place to live they don't want typically to buy a piece of garbage. yet some people are selling because they're in need of money do not have any money to put back into their homes and quite frankly they believe their home down into a dungeon in other words I've been broke for a long time to have it repaired in the fix anything in the place is really bad shape. now what you need to understand is. that house has something that is called the after repaired value because the way the market place wants to sell a house is in perfectly good condition. sell houses or praised it either as is condition appraisal or an after repaired appraisal. because we can do both of those. we're in a position where we can make an offer such that we know that the after repaired value is much larger than what we're offering for the deal. so let's say they the house is really worth a hundred and fifty thousand dollars and we offer them a hundred thousand dollars and they accept no why would they accept well let's say there's maybe ten thousand dollars with the damage or twenty thousand dollars with the damage to relevant that number but there's some amount of damage that they can't afford to fix that houses won't sell on the open market in fact Betty Mae won't even give a new home buyer alone on it because it's in such terrible repair they will find it. they know what it is peace collateral so what happens is we come in with either cash or with what we call hard money loan which is a private loan that lands on equity. and not on condition of the house and they will lend us the money to buy the house and a re at it. so this is house with a hundred fifty thousand dollars we buy for ten needs twenty to rehab that's a hundred twenty and so the hard money lender leads is a hundred twenty thousand dollars. so we go in there with a hundred twenty we do the rehab and now the house is worth a hundred and fifty. well if you think about it for second we've just made thirty thousand dollars. of captured equity. in other words we didn't wait four to appreciate thirty thousand dollars. we bought it. for was worth thirty thousand dollars. repairs and and made it worth thirty thousand dollars more than what it was. others captured equity effect. works all the way from sometime to just capture little bit equity. and there is no real rehab associated with it all the way down to some really deep rehab like a flood and the person just dumping the house fifty cents on the dollar that we go in there and do thirty thousand or forty thousand would be AT and make forty or fifty thousand dollars on a house. this is a very typical type of scenario that would occur. sometimes however. it's up to that. sometimes the houses in bad shape. but the seller is just in a distressed situation. they need to get out right now and were there and were able to buy it and close the deal and get it done so they sell to it's a little less than what it would actually be worth even though there's not a re at situation involved. but either way. we are buying it for more are buying it for less than what it actually work today we buy it. now let's go do apartment complex. with an apartment complexes same thing is true but even truer. in a much larger way. I bought an apartment complex from a guy who own one right across the street from where I own one. he was an engineer professor university Houston he knew all about construction back to completely renovate department is brand new. perfect. he knew absolutely nothing about people. any hadn't actually no business skills. music engineering skills. and so he went out there and remodeled this thing. and let it. fall apart financially it got down to about eighty percent occupied physically seventy percent occupied economically. and the place just wasn't worth what it was actually worth because actually prayed for one million five hundred thousand dollars. but he put a loan on it he couldn't get off of it. and because he put a loan already couldn't get off of the loan had to be assumed and nobody was willing to pay him a million five for property that was seventy percent economically occupied. I own the one right across the street I knew what he could do because mine was one hundred percent occupied and my rents were a hundred dollars a month higher. so I've made him an offer stayed with them to come what accepted wraps arms around the bag that you already lost the money. and he sold to me for million fifty. I soon to seven or twenty five thousand dollar loan. put in another three hundred twenty five thousand dollars to him which by the way I borrowed to add nothing in the deal and I walked away with the million with the one million five hundred thousand dollar loan. I'm sorry property one million five an adult all property for million fifty with each or bring a comeback cleared up we'll.

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"university houston" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

08:37 min | 3 years ago

"university houston" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Is thousands of people join life tell the limited and over get out let's say two to five years I used to say it was gonna be five to seven years that's what my documents said then they changed the monthly. because so many people are doing in two to five years which really appeared I did I did two and a half years so retired said well how do you get that much income I worked my entire life right my entire life. to try to make enough money. to be capable of saving some money. to be capable of saving enough money. to create a pile I enough. that some day I can quit my job would be fired from my job retire and live off of the pile of money. and in addition to that not have the pile of money go down so fast that I end up running out of money before I die. while you are trying to get us this long term equation that just won't work you can't guess what it's going to cost to live twenty five thirty forty years from now. what you can do is replace what it costs to live today. and then every year after that for the rest of your life add to it so is the cost of living goes up bloom so does your income. as your desire to live in a better quality of life boom so does your income. and you continue to grow your income. at any rate over a period of time that never stops. having done that though. which is really what this is all about here at lifestyles unlimited here it's my life's mission. to get out there and be the pied Piper for. having said all that. very infrequently do I give you the nuts and bolts of why it works so well so today I'm gonna try to come back and give you the nuts and bolts now I understand that on radio TV the nuts and bolts are not as interesting or as fun as the platitudes and the stories. so I get that but everyone to ride think that there's some technical people out there what here's some stuff to why the stuff is so much better so let's start with the first way that we make money with real state which is really a unique and interesting way and that is captured equity. so we're gonna talk about both single family houses and apartment complexes here for second back and forth in this particular singular part of how you make money typically a single family houses what we do is we go out there we find somebody to distressed. they need to get rid of the home they need to sell their home. now because their home is not in perfect condition and the typical way you sell a home. if you put it in as perfect condition as you possibly can someone buying it wants a new home they want a nice place to live they don't want typically to buy a piece of garbage. yet some people are selling because they're in need of money do not have any money to put back into their homes and quite frankly they believe their home down into a dungeon in other words I've been broke for a long time to have it repaired in the fix anything in the place is really bad shape. now what you need to understand is. that house has something that is called the after repaired value because the way the market place wants to sell a house is in perfectly good condition. sell houses or praised it either as is condition appraisal or an after repaired appraisal. because we can do both of those. we're in a position where we can make an offer such that we know that the after repaired value was much larger than what we're offering for the deal. so let's say they the house is really worth a hundred and fifty thousand dollars and we offer them a hundred thousand dollars and they accept no why would they accept well let's say there's maybe ten thousand dollars with the damage or twenty thousand dollars with the damage to relevant that number but there's some amount of damage that they can't afford to fix in that house just won't sell on the open market in fact Betty Mae won't even give a new home buyer alone on it because it's in such terrible repair they will find it. they know what it is peace collateral so what happens is we come in with either cash or with what we call hard money loan which is a private loan that lands on equity. and not on condition of the house and they will lend us the money to buy the house and a re at it. so this is house with a hundred fifty thousand dollars we buy for ten needs twenty to rehab that's a hundred twenty and so the hard money lender leads is a hundred twenty thousand dollars. so we go in there with a hundred twenty we do the rehab and now the house is worth a hundred and fifty. well if you think about a per second we've just made thirty thousand dollars. of captured equity. in other words we didn't wait four to appreciate thirty thousand dollars. we bought it. before was worth thirty thousand dollars. repairs and and made it worth thirty thousand dollars more than what it was. others captured equity effect. works all the way from sometime to just capture little bit equity. and there is no real rehab associated with it all the way down to some really deep rehab like a flood and the person just dumping the house fifty cents on the dollar that we go in there and do thirty thousand or forty thousand would be AT and make forty or fifty thousand dollars on a house. this is a very typical type of scenario that would occur. sometimes however. it's up to that. sometimes the houses in bad shape. but the seller is just in a distressed situation. they need to get out right now and were there and were able to buy it and close the deal and get it done so they sell to it's a little less than what it would actually be worth even though there's not a re at situation involved. but either way. we are buying it for more are buying it for less than what it actually work today we buy it. now let's go to an apartment complex. with an apartment complex the same thing is true but even truer. in a much larger way. I bought an apartment complex from a guy who own one right across the street from where I own one. he was an engineer professor university Houston he knew all about construction back to completely renovate department is brand new. perfect. he knew absolutely nothing about people. any hadn't actually no business skills. music engineering skills. and so he went out there and remodeled this thing. and let it. fall apart financially it got down to about eighty percent occupied physically seventy percent occupied economically. and the place just wasn't worth what it was actually worth because actually prayed for one million five hundred thousand dollars. but he put a loan on it he couldn't get off of it. and because he put a loan already couldn't get off of the loan had to be assumed and nobody was willing to pay him a million five for property that was seventy percent economically occupied. I own the one right across the street I knew what he could do because mine was one hundred percent occupied and my rents were a hundred dollars a month higher. so I've made him an offer stayed with them to come a wild accepted wraps arms around the bag that you already lost the money. and he sold to me for million fifty. I soon to seven or twenty five thousand dollar loan. put in another three hundred twenty five thousand dollars to him which by the way I borrowed to add nothing in the deal and I walked away with the million with the one million five hundred thousand dollar loan. I'm sorry property one million five adult all property for million fifty with each of bring a comeback cleared up.

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"university houston" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

09:28 min | 3 years ago

"university houston" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Today my prince we are going to cover the six way use that we make money in real estate investing. and I want to make that point four perfectly clear that in most investments you invested in rolling earn one money one way and maybe in some as many as two. they were earning money in six different ways all at the same time. and when you add them all up the return to your own rules in investing is from way in excess many other investment out there in the majority of cases now there's obviously Lowe's is obviously highs there's averages and medians and all that stuff but that's a relevant to what the conversation as conversation is to have your date of birth are the best in real estate I was able to quit my job and live up like actual threat the conversation is thousands of people join life tell the limited and over you know let's say for two to five years I used to say it was going to be five to seven years that's what my documents said then they changed the monthly. because so many people are doing in two to five years which really appeared I did I did two and a half years so retired said well how do you get that much income I worked my entire life right my entire life. to try to make enough money. to be capable of saving some money. three capable of saving enough money. to create a pile I enough. that some day I can. my job would be fired from my job retire and live off of the pile of money. and in addition to that not have the pile of money go down so fast that ended up running out of money before I die. while you are trying to get us this long term equation the just won't work you can't guess what it's going to cost to live twenty five thirty forty years from now. what you can do is replace what it costs to live today. and then every year after that for the rest of your life add to it so is the cost of living goes up boom so does your income. and your desire to live in a better quality of life bloom so does your income. can you continue to grow your income. at any rate over a period of time that never stops. I haven't done that though. which is really what this is all about here at lifestyles unlimited here it's my life's mission. get out there and be the pied Piper for. having said all that. very infrequently do I give you the nuts and bolts of why it works so well so today I'm going to try to come back and give you the nuts and bolts now I understand that on radio TV the nuts and bolts are not as interesting or as fun as the platitudes and the stories. so I get that but everyone to ride think that there's some technical people out there one here some steps to why this stuff is so much better so let's start with the first way that we make money with real state which is really a unique and interesting way and that is captured equity. so we're gonna talk global single family houses and apartment complexes here for second back and forth in this. calcular singular part of how you make money typically a single family house is what we do is we go out there we find somebody it's distressed. they need to get rid of the home they need to sell their home. now because their home is not in perfect condition and the typical way you sell a home. as you put it in as perfect condition as you possibly can because someone buying it wants a new home they want a nice place to live they don't want typically to buy a piece of garbage. yet some people are selling because they're in need of money do not have the money to put back into their homes thank white frankly they believe their home down into a dungeon in other words I've been broke for a long time to have repaired in the have fix anything in the place is really bad shape. now what you need to understand is. that house has something that is called the after repaired value because the way the market place wants to sell a house is in perfectly good condition. so the houses or praised me neither as is condition appraisal or an apple repaired appraisal. because we can do both of those. we're in a position where we can make an offer such that we know of the after repaired value was much larger than what we're offering for the deal. so let's say they the house is really worth a hundred and fifty thousand dollars and we offer them a hundred thousand dollars. they accept no why would they accept well let's say there's maybe ten thousand dollars with the damage or twenty thousand dollars with the damage so real that that number but there's some amount of damage that they can't afford to fix in their houses won't sell on the open market in fact Betty Mae won't even give a new home buyer alone on it because this is such terrible repair they will find it. they don't want it is peace collateral so what happened is we come in with either cash or with what we call hard money loan which is a private loan that lands on equity. and not on condition of the house and they will lend us the money to buy the house and a re at it. so this is house with a hundred fifty thousand dollars we buy it for ten each twenty year we had the two hundred twenty and so the hard money lender leads as a hundred twenty thousand dollars. so we go in there with the hundred twenty we do the rehab in doll houses worth a hundred and fifty. well if you think about a per second we've just made thirty thousand dollars. Bob captured equity. in other words we didn't wait four to appreciate thirty thousand dollars. we bought it. before was worth thirty thousand dollars put the repairs and and made it worth thirty thousand dollars more than what it was. others captured equity affect. works all the way from sometime to just capture little bit equity. and there is no real rehab associated with it all the way down to some really deep we have like a flood and the person just dumping the house fifty cents on the dollar that we go in there and do thirty thousand or forty thousand with Maria and make forty or fifty thousand dollars on a house. this is a very typical type of scenario that would occur. sometimes however. it's up to them. sometimes the houses in bad shape. but the seller is just images for a situation. they need to get out right now and were there and were able to buy it. and close the deal and get it done so they still to it's a little less than what it would actually be work even though there's not a rehab situation involved. but either way. we are buying it for more or buying it for less than what it actually worked the day by. now let's go do apartment complex. with an apartment complexes same thing is true but even truer. in a much larger way. I bought an apartment complex from a guy who owned one right across the street from where I own one. he was an engineer professor university Houston he knew all about construction FAQ to completely renovate department is brand new. perfect. he knew absolutely nothing about people. he had absolutely no business skills. music engineering skills. and so he went out there and remodeled the slaying. and let it. fall apart financially it got down to about eighty percent occupied physically seventy percent occupied economically. and the place just wasn't worth more it was actually worth because actually prayed for one million five hundred thousand dollars. put a loan on it he couldn't get off of it. ed because he put a loan already couldn't get off of the loan had to be assumed. nobody was willing to pay him. a million five for property that was seventy percent economically occupied. I own the one right across the street and I knew what he could do because mine was one hundred percent occupied my rates were a hundred dollars a month higher. so I've made him an offer stayed with them took awhile to accept it keep wraps arms around the bag they need already lost the money. that he sold to me four million fifty. Tyson to seven or twenty five thousand dollar loan. put another three hundred twenty five thousand dollars to him which by the way I borrowed to add nothing in the deal and I walked away with the million with the one million five hundred thousand dollar loan. I'm sorry property one million by themselves or property for million fifty will take a short break a comeback to clear it up.

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"university houston" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

08:47 min | 3 years ago

"university houston" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"This is the news and talk in Texas. twenty eight and ninety nine. to start a twenty. so this is very interesting I'm watching the North Carolina house races and the for sure the one and the ones already won by trump which is great I'm sorry by well my lobby by trump by the Republic and the other one is we are winning. but it's close obviously and you just heard the Mickey Briggs with the latest but Val's give you the moment to moment because it really is like while on all this is good we are up now Ole. two points. that's good we're up to points it's actually eighty. eighty six one in a six thousand one hundred. I'm rounding two eighty nine nine that's good that's three thousand whatever three thousand three hundred votes more and said almost it fits like one point eight points ahead that's good it's it's you wanna for five or six point lead or more right but that's still better than a was one half hour ago. and what are we at executive Chris Christie you have once you follow just keep me apprised you know because I just just tell me my ear because I know it's gonna be calls probably soon because are they like ninety seven percent precincts reporting already. so I mean it's and it's only at how many ninety four ninety five it's it's crazy because you know how some of them one of the ones that that that that I've seen said ninety six nine Sam everyone's different and whatever but it looks good right now and there was a it correct me if I'm wrong but I believe there was a there is one of the special actions up is because the former Republican congressman there because it's been Republican for forty years or something like that or or fifty years on a long time. I was a kicked out to resign because of cheating scandal or something so it's it's a yes. it's understandable that the Democrat turn out to be higher and the public in lower because that do that young used to vote for cheated but. that's gotta add into this as well do them saying like the the lead percentages but. it's good we wanna win obviously now we will loan for our numbers we want to win for president trump. so I'm gonna keep you apprised on this to the very moment as it comes in. and I am feeling that goal she is all I'm feeling good no one else is cool to share with you is. thirty minutes from now. we're going to have on a local pilot. who is now retired but. was up in the air. on a cross or a global you know I mean if not across global but you know I mean a flight from Europe to DFW. to come home and when nine eleven happened. in the experience that this woman went to this pilot went through is incredible in a store is incredible and when it was this is such a good story that it was made into a movie in a Broadway play. so I. N. at none of us have heard the story before so that I'm aware of it I mean none of us here on the staff and. and normally seen in the media so can't wait for that at nine thirty. meantime. talking about the. the you know Beto was talking about in outlook by the way he was talking about the is that you should have a right to live close to your job and even if you're poor like even if you're it's in a rich neighborhood. I just love it but. speaking of a beta I promise I'll give you the Beto Biden polling numbers for Latinos in Texas this is great. Biden is leading nationally with Latino voters. however as of right now Texas Latinos. I actually still with Beto sane but not by much at all. can you believe these Hispanics nationwide. that are betraying one of their own. you know saying can you believe the Hispanics. in this latest poll from we use your corny visual on in Espanol before what it is you on and university Houston poll just released today shows vice president Biden former vice president Biden with a slim lead over Rourke. with the Latinos and will slim lead over Sanders and and also a Rourke but that Rourke. does leave the feel with Latinos in Texas so you see it let the laws in Texas are loyal to their own. but let the nose in across the country can you believe they sell out one of their own amazing. hello I'm just being told is not Latino yes she is name is Babe tell. so he once said to give people the right to live. now that are. low income live next to rich people set so they don't have to commute to their jobs which is unbelievable but that that ties in nicely with this next story because this woman. and I believe and the logic that she's using to me is very similar to Beto and the Democrats in what they say where I have a right to have. one job no American should have to work more than one job. no American should have to work more than forty hours a week and they should have a living wage right it's a new thing right. have an actual job working three jobs you know what during tough times no that's that's we don't do that anymore this is America. of course that's what America was for you and me but not anymore there's a new America and you have a right to all sorts of things that you didn't even know were right. so this cowboys cheerleader. Bob willingly and knowingly work for the cowboys as cheerleader. I can guarantee you that she loves telling people in conversation and sharing that she was a cheerleader with people don't you think so for the cowboys. I can guarantee is a it was a part of a resume in and probably a a prominent part. and I guarantee you she use that opportunity as a cowboys cheerleader to parlay it or these tried to use that opportunity to parlay it into further things wouldn't you think. she was in the cowboys are swimsuit edition. in many things but. after she left the cowboys. for whatever reason I don't know if she chose to leave or she and they would not say this but aged out I mean I'm not I'm not trying to negative you I mean she's she's still young and very beautiful long but she sued. and she says you are not paying us. enough money. she says rowdy the cowboys mascot makes sixty grand a year and we end up making she says my first year right six grand the second year make twelve grand. she says we are athletes. and yet we're getting paid less than other athletes. she says rowdy the freakin mascot like I said sixty. and we make six to twelve she says they sent me on trips. in an I. only you know I'll get paid at the time I'm on this trip she says they they they they pay me only one hundred Bucks for a game. and so she wants parity. and she Seuss. SO here's what she tells WFAA TV channel eight. today I after the lawsuit settlement is agreed to and reach but I that would just listen what she tells channel it I remember I did an out of town appearances as.

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"university houston" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"university houston" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Clearly, clearly that would be any one woman would be enough for a man who is interested in meeting. Many women. Kingsbury is in a different spot though. The the leaders on this stuff don't look like him. And I'm not talking about handsome. I'm just talking about a guy coming in. You know that this is going to be a players coach. This isn't a disciplinarian. This is the guy who did bottle service was that a Houston Mike bottle service. He was having. He had like a ice cream truck show up. We'll have him tell the story in his own words in a second. I think it was a Texas tack is is where he did that. But yeah, it's it's changed a bit right with McVeigh with Kingsbury. But what he implemented is. I think very smart idea like young people want to check their phones. What's the difference between that and a bathroom break? Right. Just go. Check your phone. See if you have any tax check your social media, maybe post just love the idea of the Zona cardinals like Larry FitzGerald, given a whole key to the bathroom through bathroom breaks were kindergarten. Think it's bad PR by Kingsbury. If you call the just a break or a shorter meeting or anything, no one would care, but the fact that he called it a cellphone break. It's not like they can only break Justin look at their cell phones. And if they want to do anything else. No, hey, what are you doing get back? Here. You want your cell phone no than Sicher as back down. Let's listen to this. Let's listen to the sound of Kingsbury players coach. What's the craziest thing you've done in an effort to have a good practice? We were at university Houston, we brought an ice cream truck. But we still with some girls from like one of the clubs like the bottle girls. And. Our that was impressive. That was a good practice. Minute. Wait a minute. What did you do what you feel the I? His a bottle service. You know, she bottle service. That's a different America back. Then when we were doing that. And I don't feel like he could do that right now. That's like maybe he'd have a better record. But he spent more time planning games in the middle. Averitt shows. Who was most outraged by this news like what other NFL Kodo Polian? How about Gettleman? Oh in a what it might have been the brass into what I take it back the grass of the Jacksonville Jaguars. Listen in back to that sound two thousand fourteen and my right, fellas. Yeah. That'd be or a different. Yes. We are my guesses. You wouldn't be quite that relaxed with that information and that interview in two thousand nineteen things change fast, and he really did. So Kingsbury is now your leader in Arizona, and I'm trying to figure out to God's who else. Can I put in front of you and keep in mind? I liked this guy. And I believe that he's good at offense. And I believe he is part of the new wave of coaches where the guy you need as your franchise face. I think I've told you this before got there are many many head coaches who become head coaches, and then miss the coaching the actual coaching because the job requires so much other bureaucratic stuff that they miss. I man I was just a coordinator. And that's what I like doing like calling the plays. I like just getting in the game and preparing for that game. And they're just so many parts of the job that are different..

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"university houston" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"university houston" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Clearly, clearly that would be any one woman would be enough for a man who is interested in meeting. Many women. Kingsbury is in a different spot, though, the leaders on this stuff don't look like him. And I'm not talking about handsome. I'm just talking about a guy coming in. You know that this is going to be a players coach. This isn't a disciplinarian. This is a guy who did bottle service was that a Houston Mike bottle service. He was having he had like an ice cream truck show up. We'll have him tell the story in his own words in a second. I think it was a Texas tack is is where he did that. But yeah, it's it's changed a bit right with McVeigh with Kingsbury. But what he implemented is. I think very smart idea like young people want to check their phones. What's the difference between that and a bathroom break? Right. Just go. Check your phone. See if you have any tax check, your social media, maybe posts just love the idea of the Zona cardinals like Larry FitzGerald, given a whole key to the bathroom bathroom breaks. Like we're kindergarten. Think it's bad PR by Kingsbury if he'd call the just a break or a shorter meeting or anything, no one would care, but the fact that he called it a cell phone break. It's not like they can only break Justin look at their cell phones. And if they want to do anything else. No, hey, what are you doing get back? Here. You want your cell phone no than Sicher as back down. Let's listen to this. Let's listen to the sound of Kingsbury players coach. What's the craziest thing you've done in an effort to have a good practice? We were at university Houston, we brought an ice cream truck. But we go to with some girls from like one of the clubs like the bottle girls. And. Impresses that was practice. What did you do what you filled in his the bottle service? You know, she bottle service. That's different America back. Then when we were doing that. And I don't feel like he could do that right now. Does he like maybe he'd have a better record?.

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"university houston" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"university houston" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

"It may surprise. You is not a Houston or is not a Texan Texas resident. Okay. Houston is the Asia. Like, it's Asia of the United States. I'll really yeah. Houston is like oh place for this kind of garbage. I have no idea. Yes. Absolutely. Like, there's a whole was this whole Houston weird. It's crazy. I know there's this whole like Houston scene of of grills. And I I remember because the head coach at Texas, Tom Herman. He had a bed that if his team when he coached Houston, the university Houston that if his team won some game or a certain number of games or whatever that he would get grill and he did. And I guess he got it from this guy. And so that's just what made me think that this guy is is from was going to be from Houston. When I went to it and saw the phone number seven one three I knew I knew meal, this just this whole thing just reeks Houston. Absolutely reeks of. Houston. Well, okay with this be like a Colin Lathrop area or. Man. Yeah. I guess so let me see. So there's like a whole like Vietnam area of Houston. Really? Yeah. Yeah. Because quite a bit of Vietnamese here because when the boats like had to like come to shore, they came to shore in Seattle or Portland, the west coast. The the city edition in jerseys. Have you seen easier? Like, they're they're ones that the team will only wear on the weekends and at home, and they're the timber wolves have the prince themed one in Minneapolis. And the every team has their own sport of special jersey. That's different Houston. One is in. I'm guessing Vietnamese. Okay. It's it's Vietnamese characters that say Houston instead of instead of Houston. I'm guessing Vietnamese Korean as well, either one. It could be tied. I don't know what it is. I just know. It's not. Yeah. I know it's I know what's an Asian language. So yeah, this is just a Houston thing. I don't know. Yeah. It's just a Houston thing that I I think it's just a Texas thing to know like, oh, that's sort of the. Beijing capital of the United States. All right. Yeah. I'm I'm trying to figure out where this guy is in Houston. There's a clear section on the website. So let's check doesn't Rolex clear. I'm gonna take this out just to see. Yeah. Nothing spectacular seventy eleven thousand dollars for a date. Just are you kidding me? Clarence. A stainless steel day. Just for eleven thousand dollars guy's insane. This guy is absolutely insane. Don't pay. This guy's prices. All right. So let's see if I can find out where this guy is in Houston. Contact us baby. So he's off of Richmond. And like six ten which is sort of like uptown Houston..

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"university houston" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:00 min | 3 years ago

"university houston" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I our boss had to sit down and employees, and this is a long time ago station I worked at because the guy had chronic body. You know, in some people have Glen, you're the glandular issues or there's things that they can't control that some people just at. That's how it is. And it's it's horrible. It's unfortunate. And I have all the things to be labeled as imagine having some sort of condition where your body produces a foul odor. But in most cases, it has to do with personal hygiene. There's a professor who is in hot water down in Houston. University houston. Here's an engineering professor. And in the first few days, a class said, okay. Here's the thing. And I'm addressing all the students. But particularly those from India those particularly from southeast Asia that you need to be aware a body odor issues. People from India use different spices that we're not used to here in the United States and people from southeast Asia. Use a lot of spices or not used to garlic and things and there's a problem here. It's you know, there's a lot of health benefits in there. It's great you what you want. However, the problem is that it causes body odor. Because of high levels of consumption of those foods, that's and that's a biologic medical thing. Right. Man. I like garlic. I'm Italian so I'll have food with some garlic. And but I know, you know, you get the garlic breath. You go to the gym and sweat. Sometimes it gets a little, stinky. I appreciate that. So I try to tone it down if I'm no I'm working out like the next day or that day, right? Because I don't wanna be breathing and stink and everybody it's called urt. And of course, this guy caught a lot of hot water heat from it saying, he was profiling stereotyping, and you can't tell people it's like, well, guess what you know, is some someone who's in a lot of different buildings you can kind of tell when there's international folks who use that kind of cook that kind of food. And it's like, I probably like Indian food. I like I like Chinese I like Asian food. I like all look at me. I look all food. I have not a food. I'm not discriminatory when it comes to good eat. But yeah, the the smells linger, and it is problematic in places if you're a landlord, you know, what I'm talking about. It's not anything you're going to go and knock anybody a security deposit over. But it's once people move out carpets paint stuff like that. It's it's got to be done. And that's part of I guess, maybe the downside of it. But upside is the food's really good people are paid their funds, you pay your rent and your cool. I'm with you. But when it comes to one on one stuff, though, this is interesting. You know, how do you handle that whole situation? I don't think that professor should have caught heat because he was pointing something out going. Hey, listen in America, we have different personal hygiene standards than they do in the rest of the world, if you've ever traveled to other places like Europe and the like, and certainly they have they look at Americans kinda funny would wear over in Italy, our guide their kind of laughed at Americans because we have to everything cold. They never understand that. If you go to Europe, you're going to Italy. For example, the the ice maker the ice you go down the end of the Hollywood ice. There's a big machine right manitowoc ice maker, whatever it is dumping tons is. They literally have on the wall, though, tell this is a nice hotel to the ice machine was what you would have in the dispenser of your refrigerator, literally two or three cubes at a time that is ice today. You don't get the big thing full of crunchy ice. Like, you do it Frazier's that's insane to them. You gotta ask is if you get ice. Maybe you get a cube or two. That's it. Everything else is pretty much room, Tampa, or whatever you get. And so they look at us in the fact that we take showers once twice a day. They think that's hilarious Americans are so clean, and they like everything cold, but okay over there. I get it. I can't get ice. And. Restrooms are different their standards of hygiene are a little bit different. And so when in Rome was the Romans, right? Well, guess what you're in America, and our standards, certainly why would they may laugh at the rest of the world are a little bit different here. And you know, here we go again, if you're in America, you kind of have to conform to our standards, and there's no question about what I just said there is a weighted statement to, but you're in America, these standards of behaviour walkman America I travel somewhere else. I your guest. That's how this is five one three seven four nine seven thousand nine or the big one. I was talking about the the protected class thing, too is instantly guy pulls out the J card which at that. That's new, but I think the bigger thing is just dealing with people who may have a little bit of body odor. And that's got to be a very awkward and uncomfortable situation. But even more awkward uncomfortable having to work with people like that. And if you're around someone and no one wants to tell the guy or the girl that got to do some personal hygiene wise now thing because you may leave a I don't know anonymous note or something like that that's going to look at them as like well now you're targeting you're singling out manager or co worker that's a tough one to kind of deal with. And now, here's the best part just talking about this. Everyone's thinking now, it's like man, I wonder if I smell. You know, it's one of those deals where if you have body odor. You don't recognize it? You don't notice it because you're. Your immune to it. As Jeff Anderson says, this is why your own farts, smell good. Hey, Jay Northgate. You're on seven hundred w. Copy copy, I work in a Welsh shop back in the seventies. And in the bay next to me was a guy that I don't know. He's. Only took a shower once a week or something you just always had a strong body odor. And when at lunchtime you hit a little a little lunch room that we'd go up into. But he stood everybody would make an excuse to leave because they're just the aroma was just hard to take a nice guy and everything. They want to hurt his feelings. And he asked me one day. Jay. Why leave them down calm? And I didn't want to just percent reason. I was young. I didn't wanna say you stay here. These just those hairs. You couldn't tell so the least lease offensive thing. Jay is telling him about imaginary nose hair. He actually I mean he had nose hairs that looked like a mustache. Everyone's saying that your nose hairs are grocer Meriwether eaten. The next day before lunch. I'm heading up in the lunchroom. I could see back in the bathroom in there in the mirror trimmed his nose airs in any walked into the lunchroom down. And. Yes. Where it didn't. He must not have been looking in the mirror. Very well. Because there were hundreds of nose hairs just stuck to his. Oh, dude. There's there's the hygiene angle AJ Jay Northgate in thanks now. You've ruined lunch for all of us here. It's Saturday night. Moorhead on seven hundred wwl w.

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"university houston" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"university houston" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Fred left in December. He AD who was about seventy eight years old was part time told me in and said you want to you wanna finish the year out. I didn't have any other options. Actually, I was playing for junior. College job. Judge Collins told me about a junior college job at Haskell Indian junior college in Lawrence, Kansas. And I was I was talking to them about that Jaren I we didn't have any kids yet. So you know, we we were very mobile we could move. So I was thinking about going to Lawrence Kansas, and then this thing popped open. And so I stayed in finished the year and that was tough year. You know, it was we went four and twenty three that was that was tough. But I had right kids. I still keep in touch with some of those guys what one of those guys owns zone all and gas company over in San Antonio. So he's actually come to some games that university Houston. How'd you turn around? Well, I didn't know how to recruit I'd never recruited before and Montana, Texas. Everything's on the phone. You know, you just I just got all these recruiting services, and I got lucky on some. Here's my best players. I signed two weeks before classes start kids that had fallen through the cracks. I got the vice president Montana tech play college basketball, kill college. My first year at Montana. Take the best basketball player in our conference was Bobby between. Oh who coach at Louisville? He was the player. He was the player to here in football. And he was the player to you in basketball. He could really play Doug great shooter tough. I mean, he he was a great competitor. But he could really play basketball. We just got a bunch of kids and just played hard. We shared the ball. We played heart and. You know, our games. We're in the fifties. We couldn't score very good. So he was said well you guys play slow now. It would just can't score. That's the difference. You know, it's it's interesting. What's interesting? Is you had such incredible success? It was you and it want Washington state was a lot like Oklahoma is a lot like Houston. Now where guys that mono people missed on? Or whatever reason they weren't. When you gotta go in and Oklahoma. I mean Hollis price obviously was very highly touted recruit, and in Indiana, even you were getting highly touted recruits, but it feels like kinda like you as a coach, you you you have more success, or maybe I don't know you enjoy it more with the guys that have been told. No or the guys at slip through the cracks even going back to Montana tech is that a fair assessment to make of a six hundred wind career and that you've had a remarkable amount of success. Maybe the most success with guys that other people missed on. Early years for sure. When when I left Washington state. I thought we were right there with Arizona and UCLA that lasts is 'cause I define pain went on to be a two thousand point score. I hit him as a freshman made Erman who got drafted by Utah was freshman. Mark Henderson got drafted by Philadelphia. Seventy Sixers was a sophomore. Then I had two other kids coming in. We we were going to be. That's why I was so reluctant to leave Washington state to go to Oklahoma. 'cause I thought we had a chance to win the Pac tin, but but I had really really good players but to start. Our first couple years. You're you're dead on we we had to find his just would lay some up and just flat out get after you. And that that became the identity of our programs last thing to go from where you started to now a six hundred win coach a guy who's been to a fun four. And look, the the, you know, we don't have time nor does it is it worth it with the negative energy about the the NCAA stuff..

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"university houston" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"university houston" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"ESPN just sent out some tabulations that were a bit overwhelming for our show about what the numbers are for our podcast over the last year. It was ninety one million something something crazy like that. And so because of that ESPN is allowing us the room to do some different stuff. And we're going to do it over the last over the next six months to a year were just trickling out now, and we need you to support south beach sessions in order to convince to God's to create his own world. If you do not subscribe rate. And review to foul up their entire rating system, which is the only way I can explain that. We got the ninety one million because we've already fouled it up. If you want to do this the only way to persuade him is to rate subscribe and review. We're gonna get to code back in my day in a second. Mike Ryan was pointing out that the coveted cliff Kingsbury who we all like around here, we all like talking to them and everything else, but on top of being thirty five and forty at Texas Tech. He didn't do a whole lot with Mahomes and Mayfield like when he had them. Like, it's not like he was running sports with them. But have you seen that face? I know, and and there's these kinds of stories of the stuff that he likes to do that makes them fun. What's the craziest thing you've done in an effort to have a good practice? We're at university Houston, we brought an ice cream shot. But we still with some girl is from like one of the clubs like the bottle girls. And. That was impressive. What? You feel than I. The bottle service. I so badly want that guy. I mean just wants he doesn't want. He just wants names and sort of pizzazz. I just want looks. If we're going to be this, bad and embarrassing can my head coach at least be that. Good looking. That's all I'm asking for a good looking, man. I got to admit. I mean, I wanna give you guys before we get to back in my day. Just a little insight into the marvelous monster that is to God. And he knows more about himself than you guys thinking knows about himself because we were talking during the break of what a nice job billion Chris did yesterday and remembering our late friends super, Dave Osborne. Bob, Einstein and mean, gene, Oakland and stugotz was talking about how hard those things are to do. God's was a radio producer. This is exactly how he said it to me just like this during the break. I those things are very hard. I was never very good at them because you know, feelings. Touch. But I was great at the season ending highlight. Montale forget it. God forbid it ended with the championship. The ninety seven Marlins montage. I've put together is still the greatest history aradio Donya and nearly surpassed by the oh three Marlins World Series, which was almost as good. But nothing nothing better than ninety seven. I had it all everyday. I'm now for Greg. Cody back in my day, if he could tough his way through it covered in phlegm and incompetent. Now, it is time to take a treat them. Here's your guy. Greg Cody with back in my day. Dating sites. Wait a minute. Giving be too late. You can't do.

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"university houston" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"university houston" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"I know, and and there's these kinds of stories of the stuff that he likes to do that makes them fun. What's the craziest thing you've done in an effort to have a good practice? We were at university Houston, we brought an ice cream shot, but we filled it with with some girls from like one of the clubs the bottle girls. And that that was impressive. That was a good practice. What do you feel? I. The bottle service. You know? I so badly. What that guy on my side? I mean just wants think he doesn't want. He just wants names and sort of possess or I just want looks. If we're going to be this bad and embarrassing can my head coach at least be that good looking. That's all asking for looking man. Admit I mean testing I wanna give you guys before we get to back in my day. Just a little insight into the marvelous monster that is to God's and he knows more about himself than you guys thinking knows about himself because we were talking to the break of what a nice job billion Chris did yesterday and remembering our late friends super, Dave Osborne. Bob, Einstein and mean, gene, Oakland and stugotz was talking about how hard those things are to do when when Stu gods was a radio producer. This is exactly how he said it to me just like this during the break. I those things are very hard. I was never very good at them because you know, feelings. Touch. But I was great at the season ending highlight. Montale forget it. For the championship. The ninety seven more wins. Montage. I've put together still the great. Is there radio zone you and nearly surpassed by the oath three Marlins World Series, which was almost as good. But nothing nothing better than ninety seven. I had it all every time. Now for Greg cody's back in my day. If he could tough his way through it covered in phlegm and incompetent. It is time to take them mineral. Here's your guy. Rick could he with back in my day? Dating sites. Wait a minute. Too. Can't do that two minutes. We are you hold on. Let's start over Mike. We got on. Let's both leave because we gotta hope that that's not contagious because I just saw the four horsemen of the apocalypse trample everyone in the studio. Now, we do it. Again, he stunned to take a treat them memory lane. Here's your guy.

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"university houston" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"university houston" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"I know, and and there's these kinds of stories of the stuff that he likes to do that makes them fun. What's the craziest thing you've done in an effort to have a good practice? We were at university Houston, we brought an ice cream truck. But we still with some girls from like one of the clubs like the bottle girls. And that was impressive. That was a good practice. Philbin. I. The bottle service. You know? I so badly. What that guy on my side? I mean just wants he doesn't want. He just wants names and sort of possess or I just want looks. If we're going to be this bad and embarrassing can my head coach at least be that good looking. That's all asking for. Man. I gotta admit I mean testing I wanna give you guys before we get to back in my day. Just a little insight into the marvelous monster that is to God's and he knows more about himself than you guys thinking knows about himself because we were talking to the break of what a nice job billion Chris did yesterday and remembering our late friends super, Dave Osborne. Bob, Einstein and mean, gene, Oakland and stugotz was talking about how hard those things are to do when when Stu gods was a radio producer. This is exactly how he said it to me just like this during the break. I those things are very hard. I was never very good at them because you know, feelings. Touch. But I was great at the season ending highlight. Montale forget it cover it under the championship. The ninety seven Moreland montage. I've put together is still the great is there radio. Don you and nearly surpassed by the oath three Marlins World Series, which was almost as good. But nothing nothing better than ninety seven. I had it all everything. I'm now for Greg cody's back in my day. If he could tough his way through it covered in phlegm and incompetent. Now in these take them memory lane. Here's your guy brick could with bagging my day. Dating sites. Wait a minute. I can't do that two minutes. We are you hold on. Let's start over Mike. We gotta should I Don let's both leave because we gotta hope that that's not contagious because I just saw the four horsemen of the apocalypse trample everyone in the studio. Now, we do it. Again, he stunned to take it treat them memory lane. Here's your guy. Greg could with bagging my day. Dating sites. It's a new year..

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