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"folger" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast
"It's not just convenient. It's so relatable like a kid running through the frame or the make you built like okay. We're all navigating this new space. There is that one commercial. I don't know. I think it's folger's but the mom is on zoom like the kid is behind her and she's like moving. The magdi tried to block the kid from like so relatable or the other day when we were on our team call and i was like sprinting through my house trying to get the dogs to stop barking just so funny but anyways back to this one of the trend that i've really noticed this year is that there has been a huge flocks of online virtual summits and these free challenges and these different paid opportunities. And i personally love them. I think it's so much more feasible for someone to sign up and learn from home versus the whole process of like booking a flight in a hotel and being at a conference for a few days and so i personally love the shift towards more online learning and one added perk of the at home aspect is that you're actually imprinting your mind with that newfound knowledge in a place that you will implement and live out those learnings and so for me. I've always thought you know a lot of times. People go to a conference. They get super hyped up and then they get home only to let life takeover without ever actually implementing what they've learned in so the virtual learning invites his new way of implementing. Right into your day-today life. And i am a huge fan of that. He had i love that. And i think to twenty twenty has given all of us our own zoom embarassing moment like when we were on our team call and my husband flushed the toilet because my office is ten from the bathroom. Like oh can you guys hear that so okay so i guess in since we're getting into it already talking about reels and video on social media and how social media is going to change even more in twenty twenty one i how has your view or approach and feelings towards social media transformed this year because it's been a different year for social media. Yeah it's funny. My book club is actually going to be reviewing documentary as well as the book. Were doubling down this month. Now virtually but i don't know. Have you watched the social dilemma. Yet we started at this weekend. We're halfway through. Were kind of in that phase where we can only sit on the couch for so long. Yes yes well i mean. It's documentary on net. Likes if you haven't watched it yet and you have nap legs. I highly recommend it. It's both i opening and it's terrifying. And you know it's so interesting as as someone who's in the digital marketing space. A lot of the information shared on this documentary wasn't either talking a lot about how the algorithm works and how are devices are created to be addictive and the thing is that really freaks me out that documentary and kind of made me take a step back from everything was at the algorithms are creating echo chambers for people and i think this last year it was so evident specifically around political information where the algorithm is basically. Just watching what you're clicking on and then giving you more of that to keep you on your device longer and so it almost creates us like duality where it's like. People cannot believe that somebody thinks differently than them. But they're only consuming information that is framed in one frame of reference. And so that really freaked me out and then the other thing that freaks me out about the documentary is basically so many of the creators created these algorithms to make these devices addictive admitted to the fact that they basically created something that is bigger than the creation itself like..
"folger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Now. Our pleasure. I lined us up yesterday because I'm constantly working to make this show sound as wonderful as it possibly can. Jerry Jeff Walker With Yuan 700 WLW the Saturday Morning edition joining us right now, former family court judge And still In his mind. At least a rock star one, Mickey Folger. Good morning, that coward you tell. Good morning, Gerry. So I wouldn't I have the last of the Rock star concept but anyway Yeah, we are dealing with music again and my retirement. It's pretty pretty amazing and quite enjoyable. How long since you've been on the bench, Mickey? Well, I retired 2015 but I came back in the sense that I'm a senior status judge and they call you back in to go to different jurisdictions to cover vacancies are illnesses, things like that? Oh, so you're like a substitute teacher Judge. There you go. Just like that. Well, I guess actually, that went 2016. I retired actually before that, but bottom line is I did part time work. I got you. What? What you doing with yourself these days? Well playing golf. I got a golf game at noon today. But you know, I'm still playing a little music that a combo that I play with a case. Of course. We're not playing now with the pandemic, but we have been playing about once a month. But of course last November I brought Jeffrey Semen from wheels back up from national the play that fundraiser for mentoring. Plus, that's one thing I'm doing is that charity work along the way. We talked about that. In fact, I believe I had you on the air back then, when the thing that's going on to promote how did want him going on? And I'm sorry I couldn't take advantage of my pipe passes. But I know. There you go. There's somebody did. It was quite quite successful. We didn't have a packed house like we had hoped that we had Music wise. It was wonderful. We had 22 acts all my old friends, a lot of guys from the seventies and gals. Performed. There was acoustic stage. Of course, it's three stages at Southend House. And the main stage. Of course, we brought Mike Rita from Nashville. He's a former bandmate of mine and former Bengals players. Everybody knows and current Grammy winner That's gotta throw that in two Grammys. He's one anyway. He He volunteered to come up and play and do a set and then Jeffrey Seminar slide guitar player came up to do a set, So we all rehearsed. In my basement, and Geoffrey and Michael did a beautiful do duet version of his Grammy winning song. I Can't make You Love Me. Which was a very touching performance, and but the bottom line was getting together. Jeffrey and I and Mike Wheeler came over. He was going to play, but he had a surgery on his shoulder. But the three of us together in the basement And rehearsing. And then, of course, I had these tapes from 40 years ago. On Wheels was performing a chip please In Clifton. We had Bill Halverson in town, the great producer who did Crosby, Stills and Nash cream and a lot of major actors intact. And so he came over to Shipley's, and we borrowed through friends equipment and put together a recording studio on the second floor. Shipley's And he will have been recorded live four nights. Chip, please. And we've had this tape for 40 years. We pulled it out of the basement and Mike Wheeler. Agreed to put them together and produce a live album of 100 minutes of music. Ah, and what is now out a CD or download later by the late Michael Bonnie was part of wheels. Was he not? Absolutely he was He's the fourth member. This recording is when we were just four of us. We were a quartet for Most part on then, later in our career, we got greedy and added. Percussionist and we also added the keyboard player. And so in some point we were six. But we were actually a four piece group and Michael Baby was the bass player vocalist songwriter about half the original songs on this CD or bay needs. The other half are wheelers. And Jeffrey Semen, and I threw in one, but You know, it's just us playing the chip, please. All right, So that's out. Now, where can people.
Oysters, Clambakes and Grilling Run Amok
"Omar welcome to milk street. Thank you, thank you for having me It's great to have you Let's talk about your popup dinners. A called honeysuckle. Could you just describe what you serve and what the pop ups are like? The honeysuckle. It's a concept that uses food as the nucleus to explore various ideas of nuances of blackness in America specifically. And I say America specifically because. Black people in this country have. Quite quite quite the hurdle in our search identity in that many of us can't trace back our heritage. More than two grandparents ago and what a what tends to happen at least in my experience as a bike person, this country is that. People will ask me. Hey, where are you from? What is your nationality? But if I tell them that I'm just a black person, from Philadelphia, and that I'm American. That's kind of where the conversation stops. You know Africans and West Indians have a heritage. They have a flag Michael. tweet talks a lot about having a flag and his book, the cooking teen and having a flag like if you point towards the flag of Jamaica. What do you think of food? Wise? You think of oxtail. You think of rice and peas when you tell someone that you're an African American, most people only ever associate that with pain and then stereotypes. Under the American flag. So honeysuckle to me is. ME. Generating a flag for myself. It's not it's not just pain. Pain is pain as always there, but there were plenty of joys as well. You write poetry and you were to poem. Call folger's which. I of read fifteen times since I. So, could you just read that? Because I I'm not gonNA. Read your poem. You're GonNa have to read your. Sure folders soldiers is is one of my favorite ones I don't write love. poems often, but. Can we have coffee. I mean like really. Can we put down our words and swallow our breasts and hints of Cocoa Cinnamon and clove. Can I stare into your Brown eyes while the do of God washes over your face by our window next to the lips. Disturbs spoons course in our hearts, just black. Don't sugar neither. Only you and silk from Madrid to toews. FRIZZ, baby hairs and a t shirt. That now belongs to us. Can we have it until it's done. Can we fill our empty coffee bean with Greece Double Fryer chicken forever? Fabulous, Really I'm really glad that you like that bomb. Could you just? Explain a little bit about it. Yeah, But I'm not sure if you remember the commercial, the best part of waking up as folger's in your cup. And people who are in a relationship, the person that you love is the best part of Waking Up. When you when you wake up and you, you see that person next to you. and so in this in this poem, the car the coffee the STIMULI IS IS PARTNER You've had a very successful career. You ended up doing these pop ups. Something really believed in now. You're essentially back home. In Philadelphia you say there isn't much in my room, but a mattress leaning Bookshelf Eucalyptus plant that I found in a public flowerpot. It's Blue Gray and brings joy when the days are down so. What happens next you know? I, wrote the and I know soundly somber I think. The the communist comes from everything coming to a screeching halt, it was huge full. Stop at around March fifteenth when when I moved to Philadelphia, but all the. Things that I was doing prior to this pandemic. Was All leading me back to Philadelphia, and so I'm I'm in the place where I'm supposed to be. What's next is what I WANNA do is open. honeysuckle here the art that I do create. Speaks to the African American community and I would like to spread that over several different. Avenues such as a grocer, a coffee space, and still do dinners, but have it be a community center. The idea in the past was to open honeysuckle downtown, but What I want to do now is bring down to hood like that's. I would love to see the economy spread outward into into the pockets of those who need it. If you look forward five or ten years. In take a best case scenario. What would you like to see happen as a result of what we're going through now? What would be the best case for you? In terms of community or the way people think about food and culture. Restaurants were never about food. And I think that people. Don't understand that restaurants were always about people people I that needed food. So if we can. Start looking at that again. Everything else will fall into
"folger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"I take care David there you go David Folger class of twenty twenty Arizona State University I just I I just think that's incredibly cool I mean what what he did in his life in in eighty six in leaving the drive leaving college to enter the draft and to have the career he had and what three decades later recommit to a to a to to finish it and you could tell if you could tell the pride in his voice that's a the cool thing there that what the pride in his voice and the support clearly there from by Judy in the and the family out standing here it will take time out head down the stretch were flying tonight well but only on a Bengals note I subscribe to the athletic have you if you do as well have you noticed the fans survey this week the athletic has put together a survey of Bengals fans dealing with a series of questions about expectations for the season the experience it grew at Paul Brown stadium things you like to see from the organization going forward your views on how the organization is doing at this point we'll get into some of that as we continue heading towards the top there that'll be news time is eight but a little bit on the Bengals next on seven hundred WLW the night cap with stop on by all your friends are here tonight at nine on seven hundred W. L. W. I heart radio goes one on one with Carlos Santana to discuss how passion contributes to Santana's longevity by the grace of god you know we have not ashes five as they said before for some reason a lot of musicians are age they reduce the self the embers you know somehow we go into the room here tornado fire it's like why she I loved the passion in the willing to play that note with the intensity of the church if you die getting that note then guys started that you get it you know in the south like that because you can get a sound like that unless you're willing to put all of it in it to to the point of like if you get a stroke by getting it then get the stroke no end to the collective stone of each musician when we play like that people are going to feel it keep listening to I heart radio for more Santana and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Carlos Santana to discuss how collaborating with Neal schon and Gregg Rollie came to be once again he was viciously Sean had his vision to reunite is again and rekindle that proficiency so he is the one they had the first to ignite everything and I'm glad he did because he stayed on me for about almost a year then I was busy with it he was busy with journey and great was is busy with a ring for Ringo explained referring to start then but we finally got together and it is such a joy we all think meal having the resources to do it keep listening to I heart radio for more Santana and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Tim McGraw to discuss songwriting and stock selection you know for me it's about the soul the soldiers to hold up and muscle holds up that hold up if it doesn't it doesn't sometimes all know because of the singer was a friend of mine I don't get it through their own but most the time I was on a really don't look at these songwriters or because I don't want to be influenced by that too much so I just wanna listen to the music see what strikes me and there's sort of a visceral reactions which is what you have to have to start with something that doesn't sound like you know said that enough already or set in a different way so it's just always interesting.
"folger" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"We've got Paul Folger with us from channel five I witness news with the latest updates and covert nineteen I problem my friends how are you today good how are you doing I'm doing very well thank you very much I got some things to share with you guys all right we'll start with just our our update on number of cases and and things like that we have eighty three additional cases of coded today we've had four more deaths and that means a total of thirty four Minnesotans have died from the corona virus the upside of this five hundred people have recovered assets so we're we're seeing those numbers and we like to hear that I also have some great news from governor walls he is saying that data is showing some really strong indications that we are pushing the curve and we're bending it and the right way how do you like that I want to next year that we're crushing it yeah I know yeah well that's good this next little piece is pretty good too okay okay so department of health commissioner Jan Malcolm she says it appears the social distancing is working when corona virus hit Minnesota cases she says we're doubling every one to two days currently the number is doubling about every eight days for all Minnesotans are doing the job now listened that does not mean that we can just move on and go about our lives we have to continue what we're doing and do it even better every day yeah and I think wearing the masks to outside you know the mask I mean anywhere yeah yeah I was at the grocery store today and I saw lots and lots of masks which I think is a very stressful thing nowadays I right now like you know we were told just you know this six weeks ago master only for sick people are fair face coverings you know blah blah blah and you know so it's just completely changed it's like there's kind of been the single well who is in a leading the charge on all of this right it's really actually we do have a good governor because some of these I mean that's what it's coming down to his state by state yeah I mean it really is I mean is it seems like you know different states are and are certainly in different places in all of this and that's what's really hard I mean you know but the thing is is that you know we Minnesotans do a good job and and making sure that they follow the rules and you know they are following the rules and yeah and so many ways it's working yeah and you know we we're still under the stay at home or great and I think you know it wouldn't surprise me to see the governor even extend that but you know you just we're just waiting to see what he finds out but he did say he even yesterday that he's considering trying to figure out ways that you know people that can maybe have a job that's outside he mentioned specifically landscapers he mentioned you know people that work on golf courses and that the you can't house that way that he would like to get to that point where they could possibly get outs are waiting to see that listen the you know we have we talked about the sun and you guys have probably mentioned it that our blood banks need donations mall of America is having a great big donation blood drive so when was the last time we were all very good seems like forever right Sir ever mean cash yeah and you know we were talking about this in our morning meetings think about when all of our stores open up what's the merchandise gonna be it's gonna be winter stuff it is self stuff so yeah you know I mean it's something to think about.
"folger" Discussed on WTOP
"Now word today that democratic the Democratic National Committee will get a huge cash infusion from former presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg Bloomberg is going to spend eighteen million dollars from his former campaign to now support the DNC's initiative and twelve swing states across the country that money could fund potentially hundreds of organizer's there it would not be legal if Bloomberg was a regular donor but presidential candidates are allowed to transfer unlimited amounts to their National Party committees Bloomberg self funded his whole presidential campaign with his personal fortune word this afternoon that another presidential primary has been postponed Indiana's governor says the may fifth primary in the Hoosier state has been postponed from may fifth until June second because of coronavirus concerns well something smells fishy on Amazon prime and don't worry it's just the latest indie film available today called blow the man down it takes place in a fictional fishing village in New England and in this low budget thriller two young girls attempt to cover up a murder and uncover a bunch of secrets while they're doing it in their small town I spoke about it with Folger critic Jen Chaney on Skype well this is a film that was originally supposed to come out in theaters and streaming at the same time but obviously nothing's coming out in theaters right now but you can still watch on streaming fortunately and it is a small indie film two young women have just lost their mother in this Easter co this fishing village in Maine and as you said one of them has a run in with a guy and it doesn't go so great and she kills them and they're trying to figure out how to cover it up they start finding out more things about their mother's past it's a tight film it's only ninety minutes but it's really well acted it's really suspenseful Margo Martindale plays a major role in it and Margaret Martin Dale is always fascinating to watch so if you're looking for something you know kind of a little dark a little bit of a thriller to watch while you're stuck at home this is a really great choice now moving on to little fires everywhere it's started streaming this week on Hulu I.
Innovative Ways To Use Google For Your Small Business
"We're going to talk about the product today because as a small business owner one of the things that I would encourage you to do is to become mo to be to have flexibility to work anywhere in world and Google products. Allow value to do that. I love it because if on the go and a client says I'm having issues with such and such on my website I jump into fixing or someone says Jeff. Can you share this document with me. Oh I can do it on my phone. Why because everything is mobile everything is possible? And that's what I want you to start looking at doing with your business. Okay getting on SOPA. I'm sorry okay you're so the rights. What do you generally I love it? I mean when I go out of town to visit the family I'm able to just do stuff not doesn't matter I can use anybody's laptop or whatever and just get into my google and you work and stood information. I love that staff uniform. You not tied of anything at all you you instead freedom to be flexible. So we're we were yanked. We're talking about Google products and I call these uh-huh The Google five and the reason why I called Google fives. Because they're the basic five Google products that you can use to streamline your business I keeping my google has more to buy products but these are the five can help you become flexible and get organized and creating create processes and documentation. Okay it also buccaneer. Stay on Google is above judy in. I'll believe you got me on it. Remember using what was the hotmail still around. She did not uh-huh yes plus that you about being your Google. Yeah it back in the day and now we are here years later and we have by programs we're going to talk about I and as there are actually more. We're going to get into Labor for right. Now we're GonNa talk about Dr She flies in for these are what I consider the basic five or Google Fi. That can help you streamline and documents your processes for ups so dry why. Why is a foul store? System that They keep all your work in one place and you can create a document she can create t. s. she can create flyers. You create so much. How do you use Dr Gerald? Well I use is dry for everything. It's a place where I store all different forums in letters and I create folger's I think the biggest drive is basically you know your download drive that you have on your own laptop you know back in the day where there was all we had. We had donald everything in create folders for a pdf files and powerpoint Tip It workouts. But now with dried you could put everything in there instead of keeping on your desktop. Are All your laptop. Remember those towns Laptop dive killer lap when you stop bad but if dr in there no matter what someone's laptop and you can just get back to business. Yeah I stopped many times so we can look at dries. It's kind of like It's like that. Catch all location on that you have as part of you. Google cow and drive holds all of the different everything else that you want to That you WANNA create you. Google proud route so they don't dry as a door to all of your docs. She slides and forms. Okay so drivers your catchall at your carrier. It's the Is Your issue virtual office. Yeah it's your virtual office container from all you're talking. I love this bird yet will often contain it. It really could do everything there. Yes you can have conversations with people at while you're editing stuff together and we're not really doing a deep doc. Today we're just kind of opening your mind up to things that you could do with google products the Google five though we talked about Dr and to create. If you're looking for my word processor they you're looking for dog stops allows you to create informat documents that That can be the word processor so long. The big sister. You know what you're making me go back in in the days of Dr Allows you to create reports you can An interesting interesting thing is as you're working on a document you can share with others and they can work with you so you can create join project proposal You can create great meeting notes and newsletters is similar to word is better than words. Yeah I I agree this yeah every ended words and then we have she which is a spreadsheet program that allows you to create foul. That where you can have now once again real time collaboration with others and you can create task list project plans you ally data you can create charts and builders and is similar to microscopic sale so we have dry that is a virtual foul. Oh container dots. The that the word processor she which is a spreadsheet program and then we have fly fly. allows else you to create presentations. Interesting thing is those presentations can often be turned into. PDF's you can Download your presentations. PDF and and create a Freebie to give away to your Your website visitors. You can create a pitch stick pitched active. What you present to say investors Tell people about your business so they can decide whether or not they want to invest. You can create presentations and you can even create training modules. And what I mean by training modules. You can create things that will allow you to share your knowledge with with those people that you're trying to reach your website visitors your target customers so dry docks sheet slides as forms in general and I'm going to get your opinion about all of these but I just wanted to kind of give an overview of everything now forms allows you to To take questions that you want to have people respond to and you can create a form where you can have like event registrations you. You can have quick opinion. Polls this not Any you don't need any extra software is just part of the Google five and it's it's a way you can get a result they come in and you can even Allies your results that you get in from the
"folger" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"People use our passes man went there I guess and what he's listed yourself why don't you take care no because then in the next morning he texted goes how would I kind of got your old school talent but I do take care of a Monday all three would send day couple of a couple Folger's crystals but this is the holiday season I'm not sure my twenty twenty is so here's the thing right so it is the thing I said to him I go people right away so just give me this I got right and I gave him that and then the next day he text me he's when these guys goes how we looking are you this is a house of owns any problems how we look I love that how we looking yeah yeah and so will good bro I got your book to review the guy left the diesel Buckley clean that out for you while it may be specified the money out yeah how he's not when I was like a cheapskate will not I thought no I know you're not that's why I was a little surprised so I'll be honestly I was a little surprised that they did go you know a little bit above the number you gave you just because he came out on thanksgiving boarding he's hosting it at his house I should have thought I thought I thought that was a case where you'd go above and beyond if you huge tip and one wide open of attempted was not to it on a great show a little bit grease the palm a look he owns the company such as it is with the matter of grass it's thanksgiving morning hundreds of profit Jones days writers gale warning and also go ahead I understand I'd say he is I know you're you're you're you're right you're right but I and I you know what I'm saying I do yeah old school guys I am and I do not just saying and and I and I but I I'm in the fence to me I don't know it's also I have one defense no coffee I had no coffee in me was early I was walking okay by my wife just a little bit I'll let it go and a yeah and for today and I just got them fight on a full me him and vin I got it on the phone with you and vin in the oil gas he went off on that card and your back U. age levels in the pocket zooms around your friends of his yeah that guy might be your greatest tag team partner ever well yeah it's like a crazy mama I want more coffee maybe I mean I don't know I listen the thing is this so called was not brewing matter when do you have coffee ten thirty eleven no no no we don't we don't we we thirty in the morning you don't understand you're not paying attention this story I was pay attention okay I literally jumped out of bed when did number one brush my teeth and then got hit music have my coffee then and my wife's hit me with all this stuff and now I'm Colin people I'm locked in true because we were under pressure cooker because I've got it there was a school coffee maker trip no no no we go okay we can we can all right though it takes like thirty seconds my wife may be a big vat of it but I was down the ball she should call all in all the so that's what happened so request was made you realize you were three levels down I watched what the and take the elevator back up reading at the coffee.
"folger" Discussed on WSB-AM
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"folger" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"I thought this song about before this song off on this program. A long time ago. Well, one of the radio station owners didn't like helter skelter. Oh, didn't we get something from? Yeah. I remember that. There's nothing wrong with a song. It just had the the the San and. Yeah, that wasn't McCartney's fall. Beatles. No, it was what's his name? Dennis wilson. He doesn't want to invite it. Then. Dennis wilson. Well, he's the one who resident his house or something. Oh, no, no. It was the folger's house. And it was a rented the Sharon. What's her name? No. That was fifty years ago. Oh, lord. Yeah. Nobody knows what we're talking about fairly man's. Yeah. Look it up. Look it up. They've done a bunch of documentary. Very fascinating stuff. But I guess it is but anyway, they wrote all over the walls. All right. So back to you had said the worst twenty five year period of time in the stock market since nineteen fifty nine hundred fifty so in the modern era if you want to call it that returned seven point nine four four Burton Malki. I'll call it. Eight percent seven point nine four. If you want to be exact rate of return over twenty five years, you're making an assumption that somebody was going to retire at the worst possible time stock market takes a dive there. Three fifty goes down over the next couple of years, whatever it is. But over twenty five years we've backed it way up what's that three hundred fifty thousand dollars worth. So so I was canceling John dean when he retires in ten years with his million dollars. I said we'll John here's what I think you should do because here's what I would do. I would take a portion of it. Now John wants to annuity is at all. I was talking him down. I. I said take twenty five percent of it. And a new ties it they're safe guaranteed. You get about call it fifteen grand year for you. And Chris what kind of what are we talking about kind of annuity for people? Who are? I mean, you have different types you, listen. They're very let's just say it's a life new life, some of some kind guaranteed. Yeah. The Liberian guaranteed, and maybe there's inflation. Maybe there's not. All right. What I assume not that's my and then I said take another two hundred and fifty thousand dollars and go out and buy a property for. Let's say cash like a rental home. Yeah. Somewhere, and you should be able to get a six percent net yield on that property. Now, you've got to hire a property manager. You know, me I think it's a risky business. But it doesn't have to be. And when you buy all cash, the risk goes down quite a bit doesn't it would tend to. So if it were me because I'm a little more risk tolerant than. Than you. I'd buy two of them and put one hundred twenty five thousand dollar mortgage on. So you would leverage though. Yes, I would pay two hundred fifty a cash for one you pay one hundred twenty five one hundred twenty five for to have two mortgages for a hundred twenty five thousand you would pay the mortgage, and you would take whatever's leftover no my tenant would pay while. Yes. Yes. And I still get at least fifteen thousand maybe twenty thousand. Here's here's the what is I don't want to get sidetracked. It's okay. Here's what the thinking is. Yes. Some guts some of this stuff. I guess you do what if the tenant moves out? What what if it goes on rented for two months, what if you buy an area that all of a sudden gets depressed, you know, there's certain areas like Texas where where the oil you've seen that. And all of a sudden, you can't get the rents that you want. I mean, all the stuff would go through my head. I have to show you some of the returns on the self storage facilities that my partner Carlos but way, back twenty five years ago. You know, I thought I know you it's. You don't even want to bring it up. I do crazy good. I thought of it. But you're right. There is risk. And you've got to be willing to take that risk. I would suggest to you that if you look at areas that are hot areas for rent and you've seen rents go up. And then you go back to the last two recessions and take a look at how much rents had to go down in order for you to keep your tenant because you don't use Lee lose tenants unless you did a bad job of looking at them up front. Or somebody else built something across the street. That's nicer for less money. Right. So so you gotta go back. This is just it's all part of the protocol when you're buying real estate. And then when you get into that. But I'm getting into it. I'm so you go back, and you look at what the rents had to how much you had to take it in the shorts and for how long and you make sure that you've reserved. All right have money to cover that. Because sooner or later, rents go up just go back to the housing census bureau, whatever they call it. And look at what houses sold for and rented for ten years ago fifteen years ago twenty years ago and see what the running for today, rents always go up over time sometimes intermittently they go down and you did to be prepared for that. That's why it's an alternative investment. And that's why you don't over Leverett. Now, you ask the other question. And this example, if you drained down your safe money over fifteen years, and if you had a crappy I fifteen years with your stock, Mark. Get money beginning in year, sixteen you needed an income stream of I think it was fifty four thousand dollars from your portfolio to buy what forty thousand dollars bought fifteen years earlier. We had a rotten fifteen years. We eight percent. So we don't liquidate stocks. We wait we wait. But we do liquidate those two rental houses or one rental house now on one rental house later houses are easy to sell and. Yeah, you may not get a huge sales price. But I only assumed what two percent growth on an all cash property. I think that's reasonable. It'd be like a two hundred and fifty thousand dollar property would be worth three hundred and twenty five thousand bucks, so not withstanding taxes guy. No, we can get really technical and all that stuff. But you you'd have about an asset worth three twenty five three fifty at the end of fifteen years you sell it. You need to supplement your income you needed how much then. Well in fifteen years. You two percent inflation on a forty thousand dollar income need today. You that's when you need the fifty four thousand bucks, right? So fifty four thousand minus the fifteen grand you're still getting from the annuity today. Thirty nine thirty nine thousand dollars where am I going to get that? Well, I'm going to sell the real estate I've got say after taxes three hundred and twenty-five thousand so how long will that three hundred and twenty five thousand dollars last at thirty nine thousand dollars in payments. If I can earn call it three three and a half percent of my money at ten percent waiter withdrawal rate, that's scary here to spend all the money in the last eleven year lasts ten years. So you now have had your stock market money and your annuity. And that's all that's left. I've already spent down by my real estate pro-seoul gone. It's gone safe. Money's gone. The real estate. Money's gone, but you still have your stock market money, and you still have your nudity paying fifteen thousand what is your money like Margaret money, by the way, it's been sitting there now for twenty five years, I'm ninety at this point you got three hundred fifty thousand dollars in the market twenty-five years ago, you picked the worst.
"folger" Discussed on Critical Role
"Way up the staircase the second floor of the making up towards where your mother's room is there as you begin to step up the way, you're heavy footfall of balut who've kind of system and the middle of the top of the staircase towards where your mother's remiss in kind of looks down towards you. Means backing folger's arms. The rest. Up with her just. For all here unless you want to privacy. All right. You all head up in blue puts his hand big media hand, the others. And it was like drugstore. Inspect again, kind of soldiers hitting the wall. As just as the classic international symbol for let us through. Please. That looks too. Come to the door. Not gonna dean opens it up. Glances recognizes you, right? Pose the door open, and you can see kind of lounging in her her fainting couch in the far corner is your mother of the small book open. Her hair's just kind of pulled tied back tightly. She's just casual spacious she's expecting any any clientele anytime soon, but she kinda over and looks at. And she puts the book down. And sits just runs across picks you up at the big swing hug and showering your have your forehead and cheeks with kisses Chester your back. And it. Oh, these same prints. Oh, yes. Yes. Disguises? Welcome back friends. Welcome back for taking care of. City when we left was everything. Okay. If you was fine. I was a little worried from the message that you told me so I am quiet around. And there wasn't the servants. A parent leader was goes story. So thank you for letting me know. But now you have a story. Careful with that word that you guys don't as best not to have too much attention, just especially this world. It's converting. They knew on names for no that it figured out that this is just more of a marauding band of murderers on the the ship side of the dock set stolen ship, but apparently killed a number of other legal people's and so they kind of write it off as legal people doing illegal things to people. We're good. Of. Anyway has not yet. She goes in is her the what used to be your room with like the double doors that close. She opens it up and pulls it open. You can see all these scratch marks on the inside of the wood. The immediate smell of just like dog shit, and he hits you. Nugget. Right there in front of the UC nugget. But larger over the weeks that you've gone the tiny puppy is now a fairly decent sized puppy halfway to full grown. And even that's like the size of fairly big dog. So..
"folger" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"And in the meantime, there were kin so there was always a guess structure from the early stages, and my mom, always always. Go into w h Smith to get my new pens and folger's, please. I I just don't feel people to that enough. Now, you think I think we do all the time. Whereas it used to be September September thing. Yeah. Just before school. But now, you can just go to wiggle or something smuggle. Just too intense for me. I just I like, I guess paper. Chase is probably one of my favorite. Yeah. I love gardening there. Yeah. As we do all the time now. But yet used to be that beginning of term new coloring pencils new portrays does it now she gives the more like she done away. She finds them, but she gets more for my kits. Remember the barrel pens locker used to have the red pen and at the black agent. I thought it was so retro. She still get some. I have no idea where but. Yeah. So there it's kind of past in down to them. But I just think it's really good skill set. I really feel like it was something may. My sister learned from an early age that's taken us. Both we use it both in our homes. Yeah. And you said that you used to use it in your previous jobs, and I guess being very organized -ment that. Yeah. Well, I used to contracting floor. So you have to be macro. She have to have a thick skin to, but yet dealing with stress and noise and been, you know, having to drop everything moment, you know, you've got to be very organized for that situation. So yes, spos- never really saw a guess as always just busy too in the job its own interest to way that I realized that I need to do something that I love in. What was it about stepping away that you think made a turned into what is become because it's very hard to be able to take a step out. And actually I've been in a similar situation. Voluntary redundancy for me was massive it. I was it gave me the mental space be able to assess what I wanted to do next stink. That was mainly hormone with did struggle with mental illness through my career in the city. But I think also I wanted something where could be more, flexible home. I felt like I wasn't saying the kids enough felt like I wasn't giving me time, you You know. know, you know, and I think it's so important that you should do what you love rather than thinking about the dollar. So it was a big big risk. But that's anyone who knows me knows. I'm a guy falls into the love of life. I'm offer. I just think a new I kind of had that feeling that I knew it was gonna be good. And that's why I just went for it rarely and in times of EMMY, you alluded to the fact that that mental health issues when you in the workplace do you now feel as though doing what you love means that you're on top of that as well..
Amazon, Toyota, Alcoa and others working to counter Trump's tariff plans
"An adaptive adversary So, you can have your own Faraji cage And you can you can get help for that. Through the MRs folger's or Mr. Maxwell house 'cause what, they say is just take, a coffee Cam keep, it near the door three keys in there And, you're protected you've got your. Own Faraday. Cage perfect. Perfect sound like the cage. I keep note we will get ferret cage it's not like age or or. Or which cage or anything like that yeah let's have, wholesome and work they do, they do they do Gonna mention. It anyway I'm. Gonna mention it. Anyway, I am trouble no it's it's. Because it's big news it really is They, can only find the big news. I'd be okay The big paper I've got it right here But, it things are heating up with you know the tariff talks in, the auto industry and just this past week the auto industry is, a whole that. Means domestic makers General Motors Fiat Chrysler Ford and all the rest Toyota Mazda, Nissan the whole auto alliance out the the alliance of automobile manufacturers They implored they import the Trump administration this past Thursday to put the brakes on a proposal to import to impose tariffs, as high as twenty five percent on imported cars and auto parts under the guise of boosting national security such, levies they, warned would result in higher higher par prices and industry-wide job losses Simply put they said auto tariffs. Are massive tax on consumers industry analysis shows that a twenty five percent tariff would raise the price of an imported car nearly seven thousand dollars so if you took a thirty thousand dollar. Car twenty five percent tariff seventy five hundred dollars, more now all of a sudden thirty seven thousand five hundred dollar car And that's what they're saying on the. Average import car and they're saying the price of the average US built car will rise somewhere between two and three. Thousand dollars and that equates to an eighty three, billion dollar tax on US consumers that they say. Would would trigger a domino effect in the industry and the economy 'cause when vehicle prices rise demand drops lowered demand less production help project went production declines Yes what jobs follow so you know there's a really big push on. This they're fighting like crazy, and they should say it's going to affect all of us and I would just say if you don't want to, spend twenty five percent more on. Your next car or next. Two or three thousand, dollars, you should, fight it, as well, and you know what's interesting What's real interesting and all this they're saying that the classic, car industry near they could be. Hurt by tariffs as well Really yeah you know how many cars they say the cars that are classified as Quadra cars. You have any idea how many there are on the road here in the states or Oh. I have no. Idea? How. Many there actually I thought you were Karjina assignment GI one of my garage what. That's considered a classic which one the volts might Volkswagen yeah that is that's pre pregnancy So am I come a classic but yet they say there, are twenty million cars that. Are classified as electric cars in? The, United States. According to Haggerty And? There's been about this about one and a half billion dollars worth of collectible vehicles that are sold at auction each year And that's only a thin slice of it they say about ninety five percent of collective car sales are not at auctions And what they're, saying is since a lot of these things are imported Those cars we'll get affected as well and they're saying on collectors. Scar some of. Them could mean two hundred and fifty thousand dollar bump, g tariff pretty but, I guess if? You've buying a million dollar, part you can afford to hey guess. What what we got callers good and we need to get, to him but. We've only got about. Another thirty seconds still a break Chris and Tampa if you'll hold on I. Promise right after the break we're going to. Get to you and maple take the. Break a little bit early today so we're gonna do that right now You're listening. To square talk on cars reindeer ought to be back in just a couple. Of minutes with more square talk I just. Told him a square talk on yours But some people still think. In education from northern Virginia community college is just settling the thing is at Nova there. Faculty are.
"folger" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"Broadway song a little bit take their trip around adam do you like this on not really i can't tell the lyrics on this record or any good i think aftermath is my favorite on their aftermath in boy in the well leaving new york sort of and i like i wanted to be wrong and i sort of like the ascent of man can i play the demo of aftermath if you must let me find the dog'll where let's see we're in the fuck did we oh there's you billion got it you got the dog off the droopy dangle florida okay so this is the aftermath demo demo when it was better we gotta get to todd's top ten orient oh yes you got those queued up i do this is a big tease for tot i basically asked todd put oh here we go faster oh yes i like it a little faster me to almost all rem songs are better faster like stars although hold on part sounds like a commercial like it did it folger's wakes you up okay the chorus is different to more catchy wait is this aftermath verts.
"folger" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"L god i'm uncomfortable okay these are things at dad's actually want for father's day like a smart speaker i would like that a steak dinner at home tickets to a sporting event what sport now super bowl liars sporting events i don't care beer expensive coffee no i know folger's fool gers black silk labels sometimes yesterday's equal folger's folger's cultures cultures you said falters nitric acid tell me what i said you said four she say heard falls you all full chairs forgers full jurors folger's i'll make i'm going to kill you all gers guess what they have something called black silk from their executive line sometimes you have to ask someone at the grocery store do you guys have black silk it's great and it costs less than ten bucks for a frigging five gallon bucket bucket bucket i don't know coffee grown paranoid coffee game in a bucket coffee who are you i mean jeez louise porch lady don't ut you did don't get snappy me you're all irritated because you started working out and then upon your arrival they actually shut the gym down.
"folger" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Missing out and then the queen queen elizabeth no garlic for her new garlic me it's all of cannot handle them at all whatsoever all greener black either one cannot stand them rich if the dressing love young oh i smell and i was vomit eddie wocka molin on my face what are we yeah i'll do raw kado but welcome all get it out and not walking understand understand that that so recent study found that we're less productive if our phone is within reach even if you've got something going on so you turn your phone off if you still have it within reach your brain is actually trained to pay attention to it no matter what so if you really want to focus leave your phone in another room phone garbage that a focus for the moment folger's can the string nude where you've been on a mountain man you gotta calm a strain discipline the telephone yeah now listen i haven't heard from dirksen forever all done last year zima came back and people went crazy and they sold out like it sold so fast and there was a majorly upset customers zima using my j m back in the day but the company just announced that they are bringing back more and they are promising to have enough on hand to where they don't run it up run out but it's still going to be a limited release type thing so zima bobby you should have zima at your i'll have to figure out what alcohol i'm gonna buy your plan do you think it should probably by.
"folger" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"I mean i can do for pushups matt qualifies me to be batman i i could do three but i mean i think two breaks in between to write two minute and a half breaks what's your morning routine like because i feel like for guys like us and for business owners startup people we have a set kind of thing we do in the morning and that starts day it it helps with the morning success and it sets the pace what's yours so i wake up anywhere between depending on the day but anyway between five thirty and six thirty every single morning workout two or three times a week i go to like a workout class that's where he got like mama cardio and all my whatever and then we're watching russell sevens short shorts in the summer student and then and then the i just i lift the other days hashtag we'll we'll talk about that and avocado toast right hashtag avocado tag hassle hashtag oh this is dot com hardaway can this avocado toast and folger's in your so.
"folger" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?
"Chilly when chile is seen being is most like dick issues like cup of folger's tight and you know that that's that's the exact same line his mother says to him earlier in the movie there's number of instances where chile says lines that other people have said to him throughout the movie so his she's watching tv she says a cup of folger's would be nice and then he says it later can we just talk about that whole sequence after chile has sex with sheila from a chorus line and that sex i wanted weaving we can start with the sex scene and then we definitely have to talk about his walking down the street look seeing straight whoa that was crazy his leather jacket like strut like i was like i read online that he ripped twenty five callers off of that jacket popping it's so hard he popped the colour every cut let let let's listen to the post sex trenchcoat well i don't even know what this is this parents it's a very popular cut in europe right now he says i'm not saying what is the outfit i'm saying what is the sequence starts straight up fares beulah ring the movie i also it was like a commercial break in the middle of the movie was like oh yeah this is like a nineteen eightyfour it made me uncover don't talk to me the us it's like what do you make performer like no i'm jerking.
"folger" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Drive to get a fun for purchasing the works of its interiors and they ended up buying eighty new work so that would have been known to to forgers anybody that does a big part of money to be spent on buying these paintings sure for solutia and maybe also the museum did not have all the require expertise to to proceed with these acquisitions that the fact that there is a budget and the people are willing by worth from sutton is basically the trigger for all voters i you have now a lot of forgeries on manet on kgo or kandinsky or magically any and folger's are waiting to face of this work because they know there is a big appetite on the market for the office do people in this in the city in the town are very upset very hurt because they were so much part of this fundraising drive and so can they expect to see that someone will be charged or is it possible the museum can recover the money this i absolutely don't know i think it would depend on yelled come of the investigation if appears that there were a lot of folger's or if it was a scheme organized by few people so i think outcome of industry gatien with it all right we'll be following the story and this too wealth to thank you the other night they could evening by yen walter is an art testing expert with s g s art services we reached him in geneva and if you'd like to see some photographs of this art go to our website.
"folger" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"You see these lenses he's your called progressive anybody know what progressive means try focal trifocals i still love pizza but pizza is now a whole cost benefit discussion you having pizza i'd love it how many who oh oh how spicy gives it what time of the day is how much of it's going to end up lots against my beltline that kind of thing this is my idea of a good day right here sit back kick it back i'm slowing down i mean as much as i try to prevent it at the age of almost fifty the day's coming up on the twelfth of april at almost fifty i mean i'd like my music softer i like i like to just launch around in my pajamas i look forward to an uneventful evening don't you oh nice uneventful time and life really starts to become more about the little things than the big things i saw something online made me chuckled he was a play on the old folger's commercial at said folger's got it wrong the best part of waking up is going back to bed after up depicts part of waking up is going to bed after you buy another funny observation about getting older i thought great so it's kind of funny how when you get older you missed the things you hate it as a child like nap sim getting spanked but i have no further comment on that i don't have an instagram i don't snap chat and while i use social media on facebook every freaking day i've been informed by generation z rather that facebook is for old people.