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"jeff boy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:01 min | 9 months ago

"jeff boy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Out out West BBC's Karen Regal with one man story just hours after he returned home Hurry, Shepherdson went west with Task force want to fight what he says of the worst fires he's ever seen. He's been on the Fox Road Fire Department for 17 years were flying in On the plane, and we have about 7000 ft. The Plains now starting to smell like smoke. His team went door to door, searching for survivors and checking property damage. It was exhausting, he says, but he was inspired by the people he met them would come first. You can you could have, you could lose everything. As long as you have your family. That's all that matters. I talked to him less than 12. Hours after he got home. I got home. My youngest was in bed sleeping. My six year old Give her a hug and a kiss you name and I signed some brownies. It was just nice to get home. He missed his daughter's first day of kindergarten because he was on the other side of the country, helping Karen Regal W B Z Boston's NewsRadio, Berkeley is out honoring three alumni who won Emmy Awards this past week. Jasmine Safest. Jones took home her first Emmy for outstanding actress in a short form, comedy or drama. Siri's, She's in the Web series Free Rayshawn. Pablo Mongia receives his seventh Emmy Award for his sound mixing at the 2020 Academy Awards. And Stephanie McNally received her first Emmy in the category of outstanding sound editing for a comedy or drama series for her work on the Man DeLorean Talk show host Ellen de Generous begins her new season with a contrite apology. The truth is, I am that person that you see on TV. I am also a lot of other things. I sometimes I get sad. I get mad. I get anxious. I get frustrated. I get impatient. And I am working on all of that the generous under fire and under investigation by her own show's producers, after several former employees accused the generous and the show of being a hotbed for racism, intimidation. And overall hostile work environment. It's 60! Wait, Let's get a peek at Wall Street, which has had its troubles as of late. We check in with Bloomberg Business and Tom Busby. Good Morning, Tom. A Good morning, Jeff Boy, you bet stocks took a real beating on Monday, the doubt tumbled more than 500 points. That's after a spike in new Corona virus cases and no sign from Congress that another economic relief bill is coming any time soon. Big banks fell to reports of taking profits from illicit transactions with criminal even terrorist networks. That prompted calls from Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren and others for closer oversight. Now today, shaping up to be a better day for investors down, futures are down, but only down 54 points. And bed bath and beyond, put out its list of the stores that'll close by the end of this year. 63 all four of them in Connecticut, one up in Auburn, Maine. I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg Business on W. B Z. Boston's news radio artists come together in the South End that stories on the way. Keep it here. It's 609 before you make up your mind. Listen to Boston's Hi Eric Peabody with Window World for.

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"jeff boy" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"jeff boy" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Just go to Artesian DOT TV and sign up now wells. I mentioned Jeff. True is at Ruidoso downs. He is the general manager. They kicked off their me yesterday. They'll go through labor day when they will host the all American to three million dollar a grade one race and jeff boy. Congratulations on a successful start to the meat and looking forward to the next couple of months. Thank you my good morning. We're looking to looking forward to it. Also yeah it should be great. You know that all American when you think about what that race means not just to Ruidoso downs but what it means to the sport. As a whole it's it's equivalent to the Kentucky Derby Right. It's certainly our version of the derby biggest race of the year. It probably drives most of the the yearling purchases and a lot of the speculation throughout the year. Ken We breathe or buy a horse. That can you know go that quarter mile and September first. You're the first Monday in September and say it's You know it's the cap of our triple crown all three races which are run here though so and I believe Mike and I've looked around a bit. I believe it's the richest two year old horse race on the planet There's a big two year old race in Australia but at three million dollars there's not Not any that. I've found that topic. Yeah the money is great and you know the the races leading up to that day on Labor Day throughout the entire meet you have all the trials and the yet the Rideau so derby which is on June. Sixth there are several highlights drought the meat. So Jeff go ahead and fill people in what they can expect. When they tune in to the races at Route Elsa downs thereto sedans is You know tucked away in the mountains about seven thousand feet here in South Central New Mexico. We run those traditional dates memorial day to Labor Day every year and we start off the meat like we did yesterday with Radoslav futurity trials and what that means. Is You know the triple crown is made up of the Rideau so the rainbow and the all American. We have a two year old and a three year old division for each of those triple crown events. The two year olds obviously in. May Most of them are non starters when they enter the trials so we have. We had two hundred seventy seven two year old. Puerto Horses enter the trials a week ago. We split those time trials into two days so the five fastest from yesterday and the five fastest from the trials later. Today we'll come back on June seventh and run fridge. Million Dollar purse will run derby trials. Eleven of them on Sunday and ten of those horses will come back and run for about nine hundred and fifty thousand. So that's the first leg we'll come back while the fourth of July weekend we'll run the rainbow the same way. So the Rados is three hundred and fifty yards. The rainbow is four hundred yards and we get to the American. We'll run those time trials in the middle of August with the plans to come back to the finals. The futurity and the Derby On Labor Day weekend that's had a quarter mile and a horse that wins all three few charities. We'll get a two million dollar bonus. The horse that wins all three derbies will get a one million dollar bonus. And you know it's a pretty lucrative racing program business and you've got a triple crown futurity winner you're talking about nearly four and a half to five million dollars in total purses for the summer. That's a pretty big incentive and it's what drives our our horse sales is what drives our Quarterhorse Business Nationally. You WANNA say nationally-know. We're primarily a south western oriented business and it's one of the courses came from That's where they're they're dominantly. Bread predominantly Raised and bred here in the South West and and our program kind of anchors. The Business Talking Jeff through the general manager of Rita slowdowns here on the horse racing radio network again. They're meet began. Yesterday it runs all the way through Labor Day. Jeff you're like so many other race tracks or I guess every other race track you are operating in what we call a new normal doing it without fans in attendance which means that the product is made for TV in some respects and People can wager on it from all over the country. How does it work? How are you handling this new normal? And how can people access the the racing? And how can they wager on it? Re those sit downs has Has the good fortune albeit not this year but the good fortune of having very high on track. Attendance and handle about fifty percent of our total handle is done right here on the racetrack in typical years. So not having fans is pretty painful to us but to answer your question. I mean we have re purposed much of our marketing money. Much of our focus from it on track event oriented resort. You know weekend event To digital platform and we we put some money into our eighty w partners Promotional Ski Schedules We're talking.

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"jeff boy" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"jeff boy" Discussed on WSB-AM

"No. Okay. Okay. Fire. Hey, listen. Give me some headlines Kellyanne Conway's husband Kelly, an Conway's husband, what's his name, George Conway, George Conway. Yeah. Her. He's always tweeting about how he doesn't like the president and his wife is. The number one defender of the president. She's an advisor to him. So I don't know what's going on in that marriage. That's gotta be. That's gotta make for some uncomfortable evening meals, for sure that kids think they do. I imagine they stay together for the kids. Yeah. Maybe to stay together for Trump minnows. They were fighting over me. Go to council. So this guy hates Trump seems. And he suggested yesterday that President Trump has a narcissistic personality disorder. Oh, wow. Thanks for the news. Is they're saying I really like myself. Yes. Yes. Cystic type boy. Wow. This is this is this is adding something to the national you. So you're telling his contention is that Donald Trump is a narcissist. Jeff boy, thank he must have gone to like Yale or Harvard to be able to think of stuff like that. Eric. Yes, did you know? This guy's blue. Is that the latest thing George Conway daytime he told me, hey, look, this guy is blue. Wow. Well, how is that news thinks that I think that the president's most rabid supporters think of him as a narcissist thinks about himself all the time. But the truth is he may be more of an extreme example, but anybody in their life before they get to the White House. Anybody who looks in the mirror and says, hey, that's a future. President you're already at some level of narcissism. I should be in charge of everything you're already at some level. I know better than everyone else. Trump is just an extreme version of it. You think they'll get divorced as soon as I think the Conway divorce has to do with the next election cycle. So if Trump gets elected again, it's very together for four more years, if Trump doesn't it's like the Gore's if he would have gotten elected, and then reelected, they would have stayed together right through his entire presidency that wouldn't have been over the two thousand nine right there. I I didn't know how force years ago. I know that oh my goodness. Keep up with the Gosnell, you know, when he lost. I said, that's it. I'm done with Al Gore. No, he went out, and he was getting fat and party head to remove his rent wedding ring because his fingers are too fat. And he once he got it off. You must thought you know, what I like that. I locked in. That whole massage thing. Oh, yeah. Here locally was it. This was that at the John Travolta massage where they'll all that went no shoulder with really sore. Not that hey over there hunting, John Travolta when he was in Atlanta. But gore had a female, and he got a little Randy whether and then her her response was though means no. Depends on what language you're speaking. It means. No, all right Bill. Next, Kellyanne Conway and George Conway wonder if they're sitting at the table, you know, renews paper tweeting a little bit. And then. They they start arguing with each other online or they see like the same story and they digested differently. This husband and wife with I think with children. So a story and Kellyanne Kellyanne Conway says doesn't this show? Just what a great President Donald Trump is. And he digested completely the other way. It says I'll tell you what it shows me what a non thinking jerky is. But hey, let's go to the movies. Hey, but this Meatloaf is fantastic. They do have four kids the other tears running down the kids come running down. And you know, it's like one of those things when things started going bad in a regular marriage one. The parents like sometimes it's a horrible thing that sometimes they try to to make the kids take side. Oh, yes. So there's got to be the same thing going on over the president.

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"jeff boy" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"jeff boy" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"So we're doing a new deal for John this'll be it's only through the Super Bowl. So we wanted to try and give something back. The listeners that was a little bit different. Wow. They check her hat. Doesn't include a monster energy, drink or a slim. Jim, okay. No. What makes a trucker hat? Trucker hat. A trucker hat is a baseball style cap, but with the mesh intact. I didn't know that. But I remember those hats were popular about seventies twenty five years ago wasn't that was at the seventies. Maybe wanting to okay. Okay. This comes from Jeff boy, Jeff Boyd sent us all as beautiful beautiful calendars. Oh, yeah. That's right. Any rights when I sent the two thousand nineteen counters t last week. I forgot include the enclosed Turkey feathers, which were intended to be part of the Tonys Turkey calendar. I thought these could be part of your thanksgiving outfit on. But even more important is you can use the large stripe one as a pen as you have repeatedly admitted the digital world is a foreign one. So this will be the perfect complement for writing your notes on that yellow legal pads. So I didn't clue bottled ink, but you probably have on lying around days at Newsday or the times in this is or the post actually Jeff Boyd Michael explained, the great irony of that. So this was confusing to me, I'm not sure if listeners know how much you love feathers. So when we're playing golf you go out of your way to hunt fallen feathers on the ground. And when you find chance of you grade them, you grade them if they look modeled in diseased ridden sort of leave them alone. But if they're pristine and clean was sharp edges. You gotta sheepish little boy grid. You look at me you pick it up. And then he goes back. There's there's a special pouch in the bag he fingers through it other back Bill. Yeah. So I really like creepy. Don't want. And. Here don't kill anymore. Feathers. Is it goes right in your amulets? Well, travels women travels with the I mean after a while you look at the feathers, and they've gotten CD and you get rid of them. You get rid of them because you got new ones in there. And right and these ways. In ink to write letter. I would say the lifespan of a couple of years couple years every once in a while I go into the bail. I never see after you collect them. They stay in the bag. I mean, they stay in the bed. Put solution in the best. Yes. It gets the hose updating top story in the Tony Kornheiser show, Email we lost. No. An Email has been sent to Chris Elman eagerly awaiting return reply from him. Congrats and doing your job. Yes. Thank you. Feel good that end change get total hero. I'm really feeling of keeping and yes a tough night for the bad cats. Don't score. Well, we've got forty nine point late in the first quarter will his here's some things and against the third quarter had more than we McCain. Did you can just quickly? Did you see you con- women play Tulsa last night? And one of the Yukon players outscored the entire. One seventy five thirty three anyway. But here's some key areas. We need we need to work on with cats. Just four free throws to four from the line and only five points from the bench. That's what about the the big potato lead. All scores was sixteen points and Sam the sham Sessoms had fifteen. So we've got forty nine points. In case, you don't remember. They knocked off the terrier Shinya last year in the greatest single upset in the history of college. Also, imagine the emotional letdown for the Bearcats when they get ready to take the floor. And they realize I'm not you're not coming there to say anything the first half. What was what was probably twenty twenty twenty twenty six and Joe Sherburne, boom, burn. Sherbourne place for the retrievers. He's actually a graduate student. He led them with a fifteen points and nine rebounds. Yeah. We're wanting to just pacing yourself. You. Looks like Jalen hurts would not be going to Maryland. He's going to play his senior season at Oklahoma who now shape up pretty well with him. So I just wanted to mention they went Baker to Murray Jan to her. Did Did you you see? see the light?.

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"jeff boy" Discussed on Extra Hot Great

Extra Hot Great

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"jeff boy" Discussed on Extra Hot Great

"But I'm not sure how I'm going to vote because I think that it through no fault of its own does suffer by comparison to that lack mirror episode. And also because I don't know if this is typical of community, but this. Idea. They set off a bunch of like firecrackers in the first half of the episode. And then the second one is kind of just like playing out the string of firecrackers. I don't know. What the fuck? I'm doing what they Bala cheese. Sorry. So yeah, that's that's my feelings on it. I enjoyed it. But I've torn but also Jonathan banks tiny narrow so you can see my struggle. Tar. I agree with everything Sarah said, I will also say having watched more of community than she did that that starting from the point of like, Jeff Jeff as the event organizer, surely as the person who can't go what which Nick mentioned at the top of his presentation and Jeff's frustration with Shirley. And the ways she can manipulate people with her like fake humility as felt very true, and very that was an interesting thing to explore for their characters. And I do think that it pays off in this in the back half of the episode. But. By then there's so many layers of like contrivance, and and gimmicks and tropes and stuff. That are on top of it that it sort of gets it obscures the germ of a good idea. Of. Portraying this aspect of their relationship and how they how they could be frustrated by each other after all of this this. This unusually longtime spent together in community college five years. I also loved Mitch her witches cooler like it's such a non sequitur thing for him to do the the the the trailer at the end was like, maybe my favorite part of the episode and also say the mustard of like if the that they arbitrarily chose the thing that makes Britta relatable is that she has mustard on her face. And then it keeps coming up is like, you know, by the end when she's in shake lavar mode that she just puts more and more more mustard on her face to try and get taken seriously as someone who frequently has food on her face more chest. It is not my experience that people are more likely to listen to you or respect you when you're covered food. So that aspect I would I would characterize that as a Cajun -ly does not have on your face. There you go. And he hates me. You can tell he finds it. Looks it. Respectfully. So yeah, I felt like that was like it would be it would have been fine. If it was like, a one joke thing, but the fact that it kept getting brought up like that's not a thing. And it was less funny. Every time for me. So this this was definitely a bold choice, Nick. But did not quite connect for me. Dave old choice. All right. So let me nutshell. This by saying I thought this was twice as funny as the black mirror episode with the same subject matter did not care for this episode. I really like the first couple of seasons with a sort of grounded, but still elastic reality setup before they decided that they were just going to lead into the things that message boards talked vote. You know, which is the virus of the internet as it pertains to TV of the odds and the teens there are a couple of funny things I think they've been brought up, but like this is for me, not even close to the best. Community can offer at the paintball episode that we inducted gazillion when that's been pissed before right now. There's there too. I believe there's two okay? But the paintball episode is fantastic. I will say the absence of Donald Glover is apparent here. There's a certain energy that he brings his lacking, usually joy me spirited products. But for some reason when community does it really rubs me the wrong way. And I'm not quite sure why that is. I think maybe because Jeff winger is just such a douche bag of a character. It's I think it's because Joel McHale seems like he is Jeff in real life. And that makes his portrayal of Jeff boy that might be it. I think you might be right. Yeah. I used to really like community tar really sold MandA first couple of seasons. She was a big champion of when it first started to and then I just kind of feel like it went off the rails never got back on..

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"jeff boy" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

09:28 min | 2 years ago

"jeff boy" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"So it's it's a plan that can be incorporated in and should be there to cover your your drug expenses. Then this apart c is in Charlie otherwise known as Medicare Advantage, and again, we can help with that as well. Now, it's a privately run alternative to the original Medicare program, and it kind of puts abnd together. So it covers everything for you. You do have to pay a premium for that as you would for your part B, and as you would for your Medicare supplemental plan now with everything that I when I talked to our listeners. Megan, I, you know, I always say there are pros and cons to every decision. You make some people sometimes look at the lowest premium that they can pay out of their pocket, and they don't pay so much attention. To the co payments and the deductibles in the future. That's where people can get hurt. I prefer to have a very robust medical coverage right out of the gate as soon as you can get it, which is like age sixty five for Medicare supplemental plan because at that point. There is no medical underwriting. And that is a key point. The you have to get that coverage. However, if you wait until you're sixty six seven eight nine seventy whatever the companies can choose not to give you that coverage. So in my opinion, get the best plan you can buy right out of the gate because last time I checked we tend not to get healthier as we get older. We get less healthy. So it's more important to have that coverage in place because we never know when that health event might occur and we want to be prepared for it. Our number here is four zero one three three three eight thousand if you would like to sit with one of our professionals to discuss Medicare and Medicare. Supplemental plans, etc. The number again four zero one three three three eight thousand. We look forward to your call. Jeff, we know circumstances change all the time. What's your strategy for us? Oh, oh, Megan. You know, I just remembered I wanted to mention that we are in the open enrollment period in that's typically October fifteen through December seven so it's important that now is the time if you already have a manicure supplemental plan, but you wanna consider changing either the people that are handling it like if you want our firm to handle that for you. Now's the time to do that. Or you want to change companies that are offering plans for whatever reason just give us a call four zero one three three three eight thousand so to your question about what's that fourth strategy. It's to figure out a strategy that help cover the long-term care costs. The custodial care if you will as we mentioned earlier long term care can get extremely. Expensive. You know, I mentioned here in Rhode Island. It can be more than ten grand a month assisted living is like forty five hundred to five thousand a month that is an extraordinary amount of money. So it's important to to look at that and set up a plan. So that you're covered for that risk. Jeff, what are some of the ways than to help cover these costs? Well, just to clarify the long term care definition. If you will is the service, whether medical and non medical for those people with prolonged, physical illness or ailments, chronic disease disability that prevents them from being able to do two or more activities of daily living such as eating bathing dressing toilet, and transferring maintaining continents those are all the issues that they have their today. So when you look at the math the numbers suggests that someone turning sixty five today has almost say seventy percent chance of needing some type of. Long term care service in retirement that does not mean that you will end up in a nursing home. But you might need to have somebody come in to care for you. And it could be something as simple, as you know, you just can't get yourself out of bed in the morning. But you're okay. Kind of making your food and all of that. So seventy percent is a big number. You know, when you look at that, if you had those kinds of odds on the lottery ticket, I think everybody would be playing. It over with you look at that as a possibility for needing care. That's a little scary my opinion. So there are stand alone long term care policies. What I call the the original the older type of plans, and it works like your car insurance, you pay the insurance on your car. Hopefully, you never have an accident and needs to file a claim. But nonetheless, you pay that premium every year, and that money is just an expense. Well, there are a hybrid plans that I prefer that provide a a life insurance chassis if you will and then on top of that there is a long term care benefit that you can draw down from the the death benefit and the life insurance policy to pay for your long term care. So if you need long term care, you have those dollars you can draw from however, if you're kind of a tough way to say it, but if you're fortunate enough to pass away peacefully in your sleep will then you never use the long term care. However, there will be a benefit from the life insurance that will go to your heirs. So there is a benefit that will be paid. Whether you're drawing the benefit for long term care while you're providing a benefit to your spouse, children or grandchildren. But at least there's something that will be paid. Unlike the original version now as I mentioned earlier there are pros and cons to everything. So we always look at both types of plans. There are times where we do both types of plans for different reasons. So it's all built for what the needs are for the listener that we're working with. And that's the key point that we build these strategies specifically for you our number here is four zero one three three three eight thousand give us a call. Let us sit down with you. So that we can put together a plan to best cover your risks that you may be facing in the future in your retirement years. Jeff's website is Massey on money dot com. We hope you'll check that out again Massey on money. Dot com. Massias spelled M A S S E Y Jeff in your experience as you've seen things play out when is long term care coverage typically purchased well most typically folks by long-term care coverage in their fifties or sixties oftentimes because they saw one of their parents go through some sort of a health event where this type of coverage now is far more important to them. Now, the premium tends to go up the older, you get on the traditional plans, and you tend to defer that in because you end up using it maybe in your seventies or eighties nineties who knows no the interesting part with in the difference between a traditional plan in the hybrid that I mentioned is the hybrid your premiums are are basically locked in for the for the term. But the long term care premiums can and have been raised by many companies that are out there. So the get another a different issue that needs to be looked at with. Plan your retirement planning, Jeff boy, that can seem sometimes like just one big test on delayed gratification. Can absolutely it's preparing for the future. That's what planning is all about. But that does bring us the strategy number five. If you meet the income limits consider investing in a Roth IRA threesome being is one of your contribution. So Roth IRA are not tax deferred you pay taxes currently, but the qualified withdraw rolls come out tax free in that. So important other two rules for that. He needs to be at least fifty nine and a half, and you had to have been in a Roth IRA for at least five years. So you and you can change from when I won Ross to and others who might be a new Roth to you. Now, maybe went to different custodian it does not have to be there for five years. So when you set up your first Roth, that's when the time clock starts to tick there, and one of the major point with a Roth IRA, you do not have to take. Required. Minimum distributions when you hit age seventy and a half the year in which you turn seventy and a half. Like, you do have to take our MD's from your traditional IRA or retirement plans, unless you're still working your retirement plan does not have to be withdrawn from this one of those little exceptions. So where do you put the those monies? Well, that's a key point. And that's where financial planners come in. And they help guide you into the better places where you can put those annual contributions our number here is four zero one three three three eight thousand if you save two hundred thousand off your retirement, then feel free to give us a call. We'd love to sit with you. And discuss these types of options, should you be doing a Roth IRA or you qualified to do a Roth IRA if so what are the some of the benefits is when we look at taxes, and where we are today right now in my opinion taxes are on sale. And if you want more details as with. That really means and how to potentially avoid a twenty five percent tax increase that we will be facing in the future that our number here is four zero one three three three eight thousand we'd love to love to hear from you counting of depth. And I discussed two more ways to help protect your retirement assets and pay for.

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"jeff boy" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

09:28 min | 2 years ago

"jeff boy" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"So it's it's a plan that can be incorporated in and should be there to cover your your drug expenses. Then this apart C as in Charlie otherwise known as Medicare Advantage, and again, we can help with that as well. Now, it's a privately run alternative to the original Medicare program, and it kind of puts abnd together. So it covers everything for you. You do have to pay a premium for that as you would for your part B, and as you would for your Medicare supplemental plan now with everything that I when I talked to our listeners. Megan I always say there are pros and cons to every decision. You make some people sometimes look at the lowest premium that they can pay out of their pocket, and they don't pay so much attention to the co payments and the deductibles in the future. That's where people can get hurt. I prefer to have a very robust medical coverage. Right out of the gate as soon as you can get it, which is like age sixty five for Medicare supplemental plan because at that point. There is no medical underwriting. And that is a key point. The you have to get that coverage. However, if you wait until you're sixty six seven eight nine seventy whatever the companies can choose not to give you that coverage. So in my opinion, get the best plan you can buy right out of the gate because last time I checked we tend not to get healthier as we get older. We get less healthy. So it's more important to have that coverage in place because we never know when that health event might occur and we want to be prepared for it. Our number here is four zero one three three three eight thousand if you would like to sit with one of our professionals to discuss Medicare and Medicare supplemental plans, etc. The number again for a one three three three eight thousand. We look forward to your call. Jeff, we know circumstances change all the time. Time. What's your strategy for us? Oh, oh, Megan. I just remembered I wanted to mention that we are in the open enrollment period in that's typically October fifteen through December seven so it's important that now is the time if you already have a manicure supplemental plan, but you want to consider changing either the people that are handling it like if you want our firm to handle that for you. Now's the time to do that. Or she want to change companies that are offering plans for whatever reason just give us a call four zero one three three three eight thousand so to your question about what's that fourth strategy. It's to figure out a strategy to help cover the long term care costs. Custodial care, if you will has we mentioned earlier long-term care can get extremely expensive. You know, I mentioned here in Rhode Island. It can be more than ten grand a month assisted living is like forty five hundred to five thousand a month. That is an extra. Ordinary amount of money. So it's important to to look at that and set up a plan. So that you're covered for that risk. Jeff, what are some of the ways than to help cover these costs? Well, just to clarify the long-term care definition. If you will this the service, whether medical and non medical for those people with prolonged, physical illness or ailments, chronic disease disability that prevents them from being able to do two or more activities of daily living such as eating bathing dressing toilet, and transferring maintaining incontinence, those are all the issues that they have their today. So when you look at the math the numbers suggests that someone turning age sixty five today has almost a seventy percent chance of needing some type of long term care service in retirement that does not mean that you will end up in a nursing home. But you might need to have somebody come in to care for you. And it could be something as simple as. You know, you just can't get yourself out of bed in the morning. But you're okay. Kind of making your food and all of that. So seventy percent is a big number. You know, when you look at that, if you had those kinds of odds on the lottery ticket, I think everybody would be playing. It over with you look at that as a possibility for needing care. That's a little scary my opinion. So there are stand alone long term care policies when I called the the original the older type of plans, and it works like your car insurance, you pay the insurance on your car. Hopefully, you never have an accident and needs to file a claim. But nonetheless, you pay that premium every year that money is just an expense. Well, there are a hybrid plans that I prefer that provide a a life insurance chassis if you will and then on top of that there is a long term care benefit that you can draw down from the the death benefit and the life insurance policy to pay for your long term care. So if you need long term care, you have those dollars you can draw from however, if you're kind of a tough way to say it, but if you're fortunate enough to pass away peacefully in your sleep will then you never use the long term care. However, there will be a benefit from the life insurance that will go to your heirs. So there is a benefit that will be paid. Whether you're drawing the benefit for long term care or you're providing a benefit to your spouse children or grandchildren. But at least there's something that will be paid. Unlike the original version now as I mentioned earlier there are pros and cons to everything. So we always look at both types of plans. There are times where we do both types of plans for different reasons. So it's all built for what the needs are for the listener that we're working with. And that's the key point that we build these strategies specifically for you our number here is four zero one three three three eight thousand give us a call. Let us sit down with you. So that we can put together a plan to best cover your risks that you may be facing in the future in your retirement years. Jeff's website is Massey on money dot com. We hope you'll check that out again Massey on money. Dot com. Massias spelled M A S S E Y Jeff in your experience as you've seen things play out when is long term care coverage typically purchased well most typically folks by long-term care coverage in their fifties or sixties oftentimes because they saw one of their parents go through some sort of a health event where this type of coverage now is far more important to them. Now, the premium ten sue go up the older, you get on the traditional plans, and you tend to defer that in because you end up using it maybe in your seventies or eighties nineties who knows no the interesting part with in the difference between a traditional plan and the hybrid that I mentioned is the hybrid your premiums are are basically locked in for the for the term. But the long term care premiums can and have been raised by many of the companies that are out there. So again, another a different issue that needs to be looked at. With the plan your retirement planning, Jeff boy that can seem sometimes like just one big test on delayed gratification candidates. Absolutely. It's preparing for the future. That's what planning is all about. But that does bring us the strategy number five. If you meet the income limits considering investing in a Roth IRA threesome being one of your contribution. So Roth IRA are not tax deferred you pay taxes currently, but the qualified withdrawals come out tax free in that so important now other two rules for that you need to be at least fifty nine and a half, and you had to have been in a Roth IRA for at least five years. So you, and you can change from when I when Ross to and others, you might be in a new Roth to you. Now, maybe went to a different custodian it does not have to be there for five years. So when you set up your first Roth, that's when the time clock starts to tick there, and one of the major point with a Roth IRA, you do not have to. Take required. Minimum distributions when you hit age seventy and a half of the year in which you turn seventy and a half. Like, you do have to take our MD's from your traditional IRAs or retirement plans, unless you're still working your retirement plan does not have to be withdrawn from this one of those little exceptions. So where do you put the those monies? Well, that's a key point. And that's where financial planners come in. And they help guide you into the better places where you can put those annual contributions our number here is four zero one three three three eight thousand if you save two hundred thousand off your retirement, then feel free to give us a call. We'd love to sit with you. And discuss these types of options, should you be doing Roth IRA are you qualified to do a Roth IRA if so what are the some of the benefits is when we look at taxes in where we are today right now in my opinion taxes are on sale. And if you want more details as. What that really means? And how potentially avoid a twenty five percent tax increase that we will be facing in the future that our number here is four zero one three three three eight thousand we'd love to love to hear from you. Counting of Jeff and I discussed two more ways to help protect your retirement assets and pay.

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"jeff boy" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"jeff boy" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"When is long long-term care coverage typically purchased well, most typically folks by long-term care coverage in their fifties or sixties oftentimes because they saw one of their parents go through some sort of a health event where this type of coverage now is far more important to them. Now, the premium tends to go up the older, you get on the traditional plans, and you tend to defer that in because you end up using it maybe in your seventies or eighties or even ninety who knows? No, the interesting part with in the difference between a traditional plan and the hybrid that I mentioned is the hybrid your premiums are basically locked in for the for the term. But the long term care premiums can and have been raised by many of the companies that are out there. So again, another a different issue that needs to be looked at with the. The plan your retirement planning, Jeff boy that can seem sometimes like just one big test on delayed gratification candidates. Absolutely. It's preparing for the future. That's what planning is all about. But that does bring us the strategy number five. If you meet the income limits considering vesting in a Roth IRA threesome being is while your contribution? So Roth IRA are not tax deferred you pay taxes currently, but the qualified withdraw rolls come out tax free in that. So important other two rules for that. He needs to be at least fifty nine and a half, and you had to have been in a Roth IRA for at least five years. So you and you can change from when I won Ross to and others who might be in a new Roth to you. Now, maybe went to a different custodian it does not have to be there for five years. So when you set up your first Roth, that's when the time clock starts to tick there, and one of the major point with a Roth IRA, you do not have to take. Required. Minimum distributions when you hit age seventy and a half the year in which you turn seventy and a half. Like, you do have to take armed these from your traditional IRA's or retirement plans, unless you're still working your retirement plan does not have to be withdrawn from it's one of those little exceptions. So and then where do you put the those monies? Well, that's a key point. And that's where financial planners come in. And they help guide you into the better places where you can put those annual contributions our number here is four zero one three three three eight thousand if you save two hundred thousand off your retirement, then feel free to give us a call. We'd love to sit with you and discuss these types of options, should you be doing a Roth IRA are you qualified to do a Roth IRA if so what are the some of the benefits is when we look at taxes, and where we are today right now in my opinion taxes are on sale. And if you want more details as with. That really means and how to potentially avoid a twenty five percent tax increase that we will be facing in the future that our number here is four zero one three three three eight thousand we'd love to love to hear from you cutting up. Jeff, and I discussed two more ways to help protect your retirement assets.

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"jeff boy" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

09:27 min | 2 years ago

"jeff boy" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"So it's it's a plan that can be incorporated and should. Be there to cover your your drug expenses. Then there's a part c as in Charlie otherwise known as Medicare Advantage, and again, we can help with that as well. Now, it's a privately run alternative to the original Medicare program, and it kinda puts abnd together. So it covers everything for you. You do have to pay a premium for that as you would for your part B, and as you would for your Medicare supplemental plan now with everything that I when I talked to our listeners. Megan, I, you know, I always say there are pros and cons to every decision. You make some people sometimes look at the lowest premium that they can pay out of their pocket, and they don't pay so much attention to the copayments and the deductibles in the future. That's where people can get hurt. I prefer to have a very robust medical coverage right out of the gate as soon as you can get it, which is like age sixty five for Medicare supplemental plan because at that point. There is no medical underwriting. And that is the key point. The you have to get that coverage. However, if you wait until you're sixty six seven eight nine seventy whatever the companies can choose not to give you that coverage. So in my opinion, get the best plan you can buy right out of the gate. Because last time I checked we tend not to get healthier as we get older. We get less healthy. So it's more important to have that coverage in place because we never know when that health event might occur, and we want to be prepared for it or number here is four zero one three three three eight thousand if you would like to sit with one of our professionals to discuss Medicare and Medicare supplemental plans, etc. The number again for a one three three three eight thousand. We look forward to your call. Jeff, we know circumstances change all the time. What's your fourth strategy for us? Ooh. I just remembered I wanted to mention that we are in the open enrollment period in that's typically Tober fifteen through December seven. So it's important that now is the time if you already have a manicure supplemental plan, but you want to consider changing either the people that are handling it like if you want our firm to handle that for you. Now's the time to do that. Or if you want to change companies that are offering plans for whatever reason just give us a call four zero one three three three eight thousand so to your question about what's that fourth strategy. It's to figure out a strategy that help cover the long-term care costs. The custodial care if you will as we mentioned earlier long term care can get extremely expensive. You know, I've mentioned here Rhode Island. It can be more than ten grand a month assisted living is like forty five hundred to five thousand a month that is an extraordinary amount of money. So it's important to to look at that. And set up a plan. So that you're covered for that risk. Jeff, what are some of the ways than to help cover these costs? Well, just to clarify the long-term care definition. If you will is the service, whether medical or non medical for those people with prolonged, physical illness or ailments, chronic disease disability that prevents them from being able to do two or more activities of daily living such as eating bathing dressing toilet, and transferring maintaining continents those are all the issues that they have their today. So when you look at the math the numbers suggests that someone turning age sixty five today has almost a seventy percent chance of needing some type of long term care service in retirement that does not mean that you will end up in a nursing home. But you might need to have somebody come in to care for you. And it could be something as simple, as you know, you just can't get yourself out of bed in the morning. But you're okay. Kind of making your food. And all of that. So seventy percent is a big number. You know, when you look at that, if you had those kinds of odds on the lottery ticket, I think everybody would be playing. You know? But when you look at that as a possibility for needing care. That's a little scary my opinion. So there are stand alone long term care policies. What I call the the original the older type of plans, and it works like your car insurance, you pay the insurance on your car. Hopefully, you never have an accident and need to file a claim. But nonetheless, you pay that premium every year, and that money is just an expense. Well, there are a hybrid plans that I prefer that provide a a life insurance chassis if you will and then on top of that there is a long term care benefit that you can draw down from the the death benefit in the life insurance policy to pay for your long term care. So if you need long term care, you have those dollars you can draw from however, if you're kind of a tough way to say it, but if you're fortunate enough to pass away peacefully in her sleep, well, then you never use long term care. However, there will be a benefit from the life insurance that will go to your ears. So there is a benefit that will be paid. Whether you're drawing the benefit for long term care while you're providing a benefit to your spouse, children or grandchildren. But at least there's something that will be paid. Unlike the original version now as I mentioned earlier there are pros and cons to everything. So we always look at both types of plans. There are times where we do both types of plans for different reasons. So it's all built for what the needs are for the listener that we're working with. And that's the key point that we build these strategies specifically for you our number here is four zero one three three three eight thousand give us a call. Let us sit down with you. So that we can put together a plan to best cover your risks that you may be facing in the future in your retirement years. Jeff's website is Massey on money dot com. We hope you'll check that out again Massey on money. Dot com. Massias spelled M A S S E Y Jeff in your experience as you've seen things play out when is long term care coverage typically purchased well most typically folks by long-term care coverage in their fifties or sixties oftentimes because they saw one of their parents go through some sort of a health event where this type of coverage now is far more important to them. Now, the premium tends to go up the older, you get on the traditional plans, and you tend to defer that because you end up using it maybe in your seventies or eighties nineties who knows no the interesting part with in the difference between a traditional plan in the hybrid that I mentioned is the hybrid your premiums are basically locked in for the for the term. But the long term care premiums can and have been raised by many of the companies that are out there. So they get another a different issue that needs to be looked at. With the plan retirement planning, Jeff boy that can seem sometimes like just one big test on delayed gratification candidates. Absolutely. It's preparing for the future. That's a planning is all about. But that does bring us the strategy number five. If you meet the income limits considering vesting in a Roth IRA threesome being is while your contribution? So Roth IRA are not tax deferred you pay taxes currently, but the qualified withdrawals come out tax free in that. So important other two rules for that needs to be at least fifty nine and a half, and you had to have been in a Roth IRA for at least five years. So you and you can change from when I when Roth to and others who might be in a new Roth to you. Now, maybe went to a different custodian it does not have to be there for five years. So when you set up your first Roth, that's when the time clock starts to tick there, and one of the major point with a Roth IRA, you do not have to. Take required. Minimum distributions when you hit age seventy and a half the year in which you turn seventy and a half. Like, you do have to take our MD's from your traditional IRA's or retirement plans, unless you're still working your retirement plan does not have to be withdrawn from it's one of those little exceptions. So and then where do you put the those monies? Well, that's a key point. And that's where financial planners come in. And they help guide you into the better places where you can put those annual contributions our number here is four zero one three three three eight thousand if you save two hundred thousand off your retirement, then feel free to give us a call. We'd love to sit with you. And discuss these types of options, you know, should you be doing Roth IRA are you qualified to do a Roth IRA if so what are the some of the benefits is when we look at taxes, and where we are today right now in my opinion taxes are on sale. And if you want more details as. What that really means? And how to potentially avoid a twenty five percent tax increase that we will be facing in the future that our number here is four zero one three three three eight thousand we'd love to love to hear from you, cutting of depth. And I discussed two more ways to help protect your retirement assets.

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"jeff boy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"jeff boy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A hit and run driver who struck a pedestrian in Boston's Chinatown and nearly killed her pleads guilty to serious charges. The Suffolk DA's office says prosecutors will recommend a lengthy prison term for Zhao Ying Zhou of sandwich when she is sentenced tomorrow, they say Zhou struck the woman and her husband as they crossed kneeland street in February of two thousand sixteen the woman trapped under the vehicle and dragged from miles on I ninety three the DA's office says the woman suffered life altering injuries. Most people in the Boston area. Get their traffic information from. WBZ some headaches out there. The pike right now. Eastbound five trailer and some other assorted vehicles. Bridge to wake up tomorrow. With traffic reports every ten minutes traffic on the threes. WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty WBZ. News time five fifty three. Let's get you home right now with Mr. sunshine, Mike king joins us and the Subaru retailers of New England all-wheel-drive traffic on the threes. Mike, I say that with all good intentions. I know you do Jeff boy, and I'll tell you it's really tough getting out of the city this afternoon naughty on the expressway southbound complete standstill coming out of the tunnel down towards Columbia road. And again from granted after the Braintree split busy that typically northbound you're in it from east Milton past neponsit and then approaching the tunnel. One twenty eight south backs up shortly after Highland avenue. It's tough most of the way to the split and northbound installed up from the expressway up to route twenty four I should mention this backup on ninety five south from mechanics region. Sharon down to four thousand five over the upper end of route one twenty eight we find Kristen Eck in the mall, free insurance copter. Scott to be a long slow ride at this point Mike twenty northbound from the Burlington ball all the way up toward Wall Street. Lynnfield south out is still in pretty rough shape headed down through Beverly in danvers. We had an earlier crash down.

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"jeff boy" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

15:35 min | 2 years ago

"jeff boy" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Weather eleven ninety depend on us. K axe. Well, this is that time of year where we talk about ghost stories, and we're going to talk about them. Now, the name of the book by Ron Kollek, and Maureen would more ghost chronicles stories from the wrong with the unknown the unexplained the unbelievable let me tell you about marine fifth-generation psychic trance medium for as far back as she can remember she is communicated with the deceased at the age of fifteen. She was introduced to a person who studied with Laurien Cabot was the official witch of Salem, Massachusetts. And she took Maureen under her wing and guided her and ways to not only understand, but also controlled this gift of the age of fifteen. She served as a medium for adult seances. She is practiced studied and instructed metaphysical studies for more than twenty five years more. It has been with the New England ghost project since two thousand one and as a company the group on more than one hundred investigations here. She is on coast to coast. Corinne, welcome. Thank you so much for having me looking forward to this fifteen years old all this happened for you. Yes. I know as you're reading that I'm thinking on my God that was only a few days ago, right? Tell about Laurie cabinet the official witch of Salem. You know, she's very a wonderful one. When I was at that age fifteen you know, she was someone that was fairly renowned in the city, and she's still is she's known as the high priestess of Salem, and he'll often when I was younger see her walking around town, you know, dressed in her her guard and very regal looking very, you know, she's big presence person. And at the time did people welcome with open arms. Should they go? Oh my God. There's a witch. Yeah. That's a great question. She, you know, there are many people that welcomed her with open arms, but let's just say the count of Salem, not necessarily. So it always seems to be at those days. It was a little bit of a battle between the businesses, and you know, and the town of Salem, and those who really believe in witchcraft, and so basically, she did, you know, she really changed the whole way they look at it. Now, you know, obviously, it's the big tourism right Fidel season. And it's, you know, go to Salem. So I think that it really worked out well for the town of sound now, you are a fifth generation psychic trance medium, that means sport talking about way back your family has had this ability. What year or who did it start with? Now, it's interesting because growing up my mother just never really wanted to. I don't know if you wanna scare me. She just, you know, my poor father, though, he thought stuff girls insane. But I would come to her and talk to her about spirits. I was seeing and I to me it was normal. Did it seem unusual? I didn't have anything to judge it by. And my mother would just you know, God bless her. She'd say are here's some holy water. You know, just to you know, she told my father, she's normal. But she didn't really discuss it with me a lot until I was older, and I was still, you know, involved but say in the metaphysical, and that spiritual round and one day. I mean, she was talking, you know, in her sixties. She finally told me that jeez. You don't want Maureen? This has been from my family for many many years like her great grandmother, and, you know, her grandmother used to heal people in town, and he'll them of their illnesses and keep them stop them from bleeding and do readings to them and. And she said, you know, I hear the spirits, but I just turn up the radio. So would you say that there was a member of your family that was better than another member? I never, you know, never really quite thought of that. I would say that I had you know, my grandmother died when she was twenty eight. So I never really knew her. But my great grandmother rather. I did know and she was the one who really got involved with doing readings for people. So I heard that you know, she was very trusted in her city or in her town. So it's hard to know. I mean, I don't have a lot to really judge by my family history is who might have been stronger than another. Did they ever pass down stories from one to the other that you could carry through? You know, the only thing that I do have was given to me. And I have this little picture of, you know, and it was my grandmother actually before she had passed, and she was maybe maybe five years before she passed, and it's interesting 'cause she you had a picture of her and she looks like a gypsy. And my mother used to joke about it and say that that you know, that was her true self. She was very unique about what you said. So there's the stories I got were always bits and pieces. Never never anything that was really concrete that I could say about spirits anyway. Now you've been with the New England ghost project Maureen since two thousand one what is that? Well, Rhonda do much better than me to tell the story. But he started this story after near death experience, and he had to work and do a, you know, a special course class that he talked to try to to keep him busy when he was healing from his illness. And basically he started doing a cable, you know, he started cable program and during that cable program he had to do it on something. So he chose you know doing on ghost at his workshop again, he'll do much better at explaining that. I would okay on. But it's a team of individuals that, you know, over the years, I learned you know, to me everybody is really, you know, it's a great team of people. You work really hard to get go out. And look for the things that go bump in the night. You know, someone else doesn't really want to to look into that. They're quite satisfied, not knowing about the unknown. Or you have someone that really needs help. There's been many calls. Over the years to run and the team that were, you know, businesses, you know, families, you know, you'd have restaurants, and they don't really want to to go out and tell the public all the time. This is years ago. Don't wanna tell the public. That's something is going on that they can't explain and people were getting a little freaked out and they need help. So it's really been a journey of love. I think to go out and actually work because we're not paid. You know, it's not something that we get a pay to go out and do investigations people. It's really going there to help them. How many people are just off the wall when you go to their house. They're they're just losing it. Well, off the wall, meaning terrified of spiritual off the wall. Just crazy. Terrify his spirits. I guess. You know, as as it says, we've done more than one hundred investigations, I would say that, you know, not one hundred percent would we find something active going on at the time. But we're big believers to know that you know, it doesn't always happen on command. So I really believe that there are a lot of supernatural things that are going on if you aware and you're open to it. You might experience it, you know, some people say, well, I've never seen it. And I don't believe in that. Well, there's a good reason why you don't see it. So if you say how many people I'd say a good percentage of paranormal activity does take place out there. And I would bet that if you did a poll, and you ask people on the street, you'd get a good amount of, you know, maybe seventy percent of people have had some odd experience that they can't really explain in their lives. What have you concluded about what this may be? I mean, a lot of people have their thoughts about what ghosts are what do you think? They are. Well, I think there are varying degrees of what they could be right. So our experience in my experience over the years has been you know, if I do a reading for someone for instance, I get more of a loving spirit someone that's passed over that wants to communicate and come back and let their loved one though there. Okay. Or maybe has a message for them that they weren't able to give before they pass. But then, you know, you're called out to some locations where things aren't really going. Well, someone's gotten thrown down the stairs items are being tossed around the house. They're different, you know, events like say, you know, people walking by and then you might see a spirit walk by and all these plants just die as they're looking at them. We had one case of a woman who was living by herself with the door closed in her apartment and yet she was hit on the back of the head with a balanced star from the stairs. You know, all these out she'd have something go onto the oven. She go to put potatoes enrolled them in foil and should lay down and take a nap while they're cooking. And yet they would firewood starting her oven. It would wake up with the alarms going off. And she get up and look in the potatoes underneath on you know, on the flames itself. So what do I think I think again as many different varying degrees of paranormal activity and not all of it? Just like you don't have a person that's one hundred percent nice. Doesn't mean that you're going to have a spirit. That's one hundred percent. You know, wonderful and nice. Let's not all fun and games. Then is it L? No. I mean think about it. You have someone who is let's say a not a very evil person. What if you have a person like a murderer that's in prison and they pass today immediately growing. I mean, it's it's you know, there's just a lot of things to be aware of when people go out and investigate and realizing that it's it's not all just fluffy. Bunnies. Have you concluded Maureen that there is a hell hell does exist. You know? I personally don't believe. I mean, I was brought up Catholic. Sometimes I believe if there is a hell in the afterlife. It's because we created ourselves. I don't believe that you know, there's necessarily a hell, no interesting. Now, what drives you why do you keep investigating? I don't I I investigated because I don't feel I can stop. Sometimes you know, I over the years I've like addicted to it. No, not addicted to it. But to me when I'm you know, investigating a lot of times, I'll use energy and expend energy when I'm doing that. And if I don't I feel like sometimes if I'm not doing what I'm supposed to be doing my life kind of it's like wreaking havoc. Right. It's like a buildup of energy. And if I'm working, I do a lot of technical work. I do a lot of work on computers and occasionally when I would go to those fans of time and not actually use that energy. I would tend to fry a lot of my electron. Our friend. Jeff Belanger wrote the forward to your book more ghost chronicles. And he of course, is the author of the world's most haunted places. What a great investigator. He is morning. He's fantastic. I love just just a good guy. You know? I I see him at events all the time. And I mean, he's always upbeat and courteous and just a just a nice guy. He is. He's a nice guy. And you know, I've met Jeff boy probably about fifteen years ago. And he always has a nice word. He always worked really hard at what he does. And you know, he believes in helping people. So that to me makes the difference. It's not just you know, all about me all about money. It's all about how you're gonna serve and help others. When you're on an investigation. Do you go with a quick and a number of people? Yes. Yeah. There's a team over the years that team has changed and has grown, and we have, you know, few mediums at work with us. We have people that work specialize on the electronics. They work with the NF meters. You know, we have those that use quarters, and I think it's just a good team of people that have worked together for so long on just have a routine down. Have you ever been on an investigation Maureen where you went, oh, we'd better get out of this thing in get out? Now. Really? Yeah. There's there's been a couple. There's there's been a few and when those moments happened there, even though they're rare, there's still unnerving, you know. I mean, Ron would say, well, I'm not afraid of anything. That's you know, he'll say, but to me, you know, you have to just keep aware. And I don't intend to feel the effects of an investigation. Let's say over a period of time is no joy. If it's taking energy for me, if it's feeling, you know, literally like, I have a pain in my chest. Or I'm feeling all this. You know after effect. Let's say I still have to work a day job. So it could interfere. And that's one thing. I always have to kind of be aware of what would you say has been the most fascinating case you've been on to date. Oh, jeez. Fascinating. To me. We investigated the Portsmouth lighthouse one time. And there was a the last lighthouse keeper is wife Connie small, I believe what's her name. And to me it was fascinating. Because this was the sweetest woman that had come through. I felt for energy. And it was nice for change. You know? So I wasn't. I wasn't in fear for feeling pain or having any ill effects, and it just was a pleasant feeling. And what was even nicer it was after we would done, and I was investigating. She came through. She was so excited. She I channel turf felt like she just was so excited to be alive again. So she could talk to the people around her. But to me, what really was fascinating was, you know, we investigate and a lot of times, it's you know, centuries right that you're dealing with. So you don't necessarily see the person face to face that you've channel they'll come you know, communicated with and so we had done a talk. After this investigation. And once we did that talk. You know, here's this woman, Connie, small her picture is life size in front of me. And I just I didn't expect it. But I literally just broke down because it was again, the first time I got to really see a woman. I just felt a connection to her that I couldn't explain that's got that's got to be emotional. Sometimes. When you see things like that. And I bet when you're in a cemetery, and you, you know, you look at a gravestone in you actually think here's a person who lived in died, and you know, there remains a right here. And then if there's some kind of ghostly apparition attached to that that's gotta be emotional for people..

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"jeff boy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"jeff boy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"All-wheel-drive traffic on the threes Mike king how's it going Most highways are good, now Jeff boy it was a busy Monday. Rush but it's mostly over now the southbound expressways wide open coming out of the tunnel now. You lose some speed down past self, bay and it smells slow into the Braintree split but it's a lot better than it was. Northbound is stop and go granted f- past neponset circle but wide, open after that one twenty it's all good Newton. Down Braintree rich twenty four ninety five south of. All the of both these out up to the north ninety. Three north is slow going. For montvale up to one twenty eight but it's on its way to easing out route three, north is better up, through Bill Ricca, route one north is backed up getting by route sixty and revere. That's typical downtown Storrow drive westbound backed up. Exiting off for Kenmore square and the Ted Williams tunnel westbound backed up inside but. The. Lower deck, the Leverett connector the Tobin. Bridge or good and to the west of mass pike westbound is stop and go passing Newton corner and. We do have word of a crash out after one twenty, eight next report seven. Oh three WBZ's traffic on the. Threes now the four, day WBZ, AccuWeather forecast mostly cloudy tonight a low. Sixty, four downtown dipping into the fifties many inland suburbs and tomorrow, it's another. Comfortable day cloud Some sun with a high of. Seventy four clouding up tomorrow night couple of. Showers after midnight a low bat sixty seven Wednesday it's a cold front that'll be. Sweeping. Through England, clouds breaks of sun breezy. More humid couple of showers and a thunderstorm with a high of eighty two behind that front it's beautiful. On Thursday sunny, with low humidity and high seventy eight I'm. AccuWeather meteorologist Dave Bowers, WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty your skies seventy three in Boston parents you may have heard about. A new product called jewel and you, may already know a little bit about vaping but we want you to have all the facts before.

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"jeff boy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"jeff boy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The way ahead where does it lead That's young wondering short. Time ago they were in a, relocation now they're in the middle. West renewing their touch with. The world they left. The year earlier it was nineteen forty-three the federal government had forced thousands of Japanese Americans into prison camps. At the beginning of World War Two now the government was encouraging the. Prisoners who redeemed loyal to leave, him greet do the clerk in Madera California before you're waking up you month after Jerome center and been learning the candy making Big Mac non. On the country will still at war and Japanese Americans, were still barred from the west coast but this film urged them to seek a new. Life and other parts of the country and here the, boy who always liked the printing great but never had an opportunity to work at it and Bill after he lived for a while and relocation center, and came out to take a job the helper on the government hoped that the, Japanese Americans who were released, from camp what, dispersed across the country For good some prisoners were reluctant to settle in a new town this, film tried to give them a little push the big moment when you start to, pack for your trip outside Here's an even bigger moment when you walk through the gate And present your pass to the guard for the last time And take a look at the barbed wire fence for the last time Your brand of the or the buck believe are going to experience and do a. Better way of living some Japanese-Americans leapt at the chance to leave camp others waited until they were allowed to. Move back to the west coast that wouldn't be, until nineteen forty five but wherever they. Went resettling after camp was. Hard sometimes even harder than being sent there everybody had it so tough everything was gone Everything was gone well we left the camp I don't know who it was that told us not to speak Japanese in public there were some shots fired into our home I remember going. To the golf ball games to watch him play opponent would say kill the Jap kill the jet I don't. Know why I just kept looking over my shoulder, what I went to work for one. Company the supervisor there went. Around telling everybody How would. You like to work with Jeff boy.

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"jeff boy" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:37 min | 3 years ago

"jeff boy" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The fastest growing game show. In, the world all right all right all right we walk them rod to pop quiz today Hello rob welcome, to, kill BJ. Radio Where, are, you calling from today. Rob Austin Texas USA glad you're with us Robert stake a couple of our great new KLBJ coffee mugs that kind of those those, those deals that can, keep. Cold drinks cold. And hot drinks. Hot they're really, good they're little thermoses they're. Really, good and that's at stake today rob say, to your combatant today in pop, quiz the man they, call. Jeff Gordon Jeff Salo to rod? Please Say Hello to rob all. Right, Raj calling from Austin okay rob will you, be going to the soccer games, the the crew soccer, games Maybe my. Son, is, well that's great I bet you'll be out there we'll see out there LBJ stadium. KLBJ stadium that's right K. l. behalf off if you wear your, make America, great hat Rob your first question hey rob this movie featuring a guy named Jasper call premiered thirty six years ago this week Name that movie again then the question is. This, movie, featured again aimed Jeff's collie premiered thirty six years ago this week they met movie All feeling all Dallas fast founded Richemont Oh Winner and it still holds up today. Jeff would you not? Agree it's still holds. Up I saw it on opening. Night you saw it on opening. Night it opened on April. Thirteenth I guess nineteen eighty. Two nine thousand nine hundred. Two did you love it? Then. Yeah. Yeah it's such a music was great to soundtrack. Is. Yeah pretty, really really good and all the guys who want Academy Awards in that. Deal that was. Fantastic. Whitaker borsch wetter Jefferson Jefferson erectus transam is. Running My team that's right closing. Football team alright. Jeff. Here's your question was Phoebe Cates Phoebe Cates I was h guy yeah Let's say that the pool. Brad with Brad pirate hat the fired. At All right Jeff here is your question Jeff This trendy LA suburb has been plagued the last month with unsolved killings bodies dumped, on the side of the road and gunfire and the people who live in this really trending enclave on the coast outside I layer a little bit scared. Including Will Smith and his? Wife and? Others what's the. Name of this. This place, Alibux. My guy that's exactly right Your Stories having some murders in ever have, murders people are getting shot out bodies dumped on the side of the. Road really scary stuff to get out there, though is? It, yeah I've never been to Malibu the heck of a. Dry is that south, north you, know I don't. Know I don't know either it's. Cold is it the waters? Freeze. Lau all, right, rob here's your question memory famous. University that's ten. Malibu that would be Pepperdine, university Pepperdine, university your kids, there Do. We have any of the kids are going. There or? Five, truck driving school truck driving school or all right all. Right rob here's your, question this, ban who sits. Includes dream on walk this way. Well they'll be moving to? Las. Vegas for, what, they call residency in Las Vegas. Name this group. Hits include walk this way at dream, on dream on Exactly right You're. Gonna go Steven Tyler those just. Saw that, today in fact I got up insider Email on that was MGM. Grand? In it right what are they going. To be fantastic All right Armie. Farm era I said they'd be. Fun to watch it would. Be Jeff boy this is better when they, were on heroin Were they. Really on, heroin I think so I think their music. Better than old ninety stuff, that they. Did just candy bubblegum music soft man walk this way or a wreck they, were better Steven Tyler. My, opinion he would remember, you came hear the daughter was at the? Front desk here not long. Ago Rosa. Yeah, he Rosa were hugging and. What. Was he doing in town summoned don't. Know some concert KLBJ that's. Right yeah that's what I thought representivity Anare Here they are Jeff this is a really, strange story this TV. Game, show is taking heat, Steve Harvey is host of this because many? People are saying on social. Media saying. This, show is just too darn. Dirty Yeah well I was dirtier when Richard Dawson was doing because, he would gray with grope people stickies Hello darling trowel want NFL exactly what he do All the girls There would be that you'd hear baby two questions the entire show because most of the time he would spend fondling the women on the show Around, really, stupid show oh. It is dumb but you know what they're really smart because they're bringing in celebrities they're bringing Steph curry playing.

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"jeff boy" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

1070 The Fan

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"jeff boy" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

"Dialed in twelve they were this having five teams in the elite eight it technetium had play i mean a four two lead eight western played a little bit better down the stretch they would have had half of the elite eight this weekend the ncw tournament but hey three is not bad when it comes to the big twelve thanks for joining us on freddie and for ten minutes with jeff dickerson and freddie coleman on espn radio real quick about steph curry i gained back after suffering an ankle injury had been out for four games back tonight versus the atlanta hawks had twenty nine points before he suffered a left knee injury not an ankle injury they said it was a knee javale mcgee after being knocked over by teammate fell into the left knee of steph curry he's going to have an m r i in his left knee on saturday according to and rows and rows ski espn nba inside had to say he did lead the game tonight with the golden state warriors are calling a strain to the left knee not the ankle the left knee mri who undergo that on saturday according what leaks sources told eightyearolds and route scheme of espn jeff boy this is until we figure out the severity of the mri i don't wanna say anything right as far as saying this is worse than the ankle i don't know but certainly if you're talking about an nc l or an acl niece brains take a long time to heal freddie that's a that's a serious injury especially for a basketball player if he has some sort of some ligament sprain that's going to be with him for the playoffs like that's going to be hard for him to get rid of no matter how much rusty has for the postseason begins especially when there are more we don't know what's going to say but we'll find out when he has that on saturday steph curry suffered a knee injury tonight i came back to the being ankle injury goldens they did beat atlanta nobody's talking about that they're talking about the availability of steph curry was the mri with the results are going to be about that will give you the time for the gains will a weekend and we'll make our predictions for the final four he's jeff dickerson and freddie coleman thanks for joining us on.

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"jeff boy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"jeff boy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And get to get it same thing he's pleased with the thirty nine day season but calls at a show short term fix the five gulf states agreed to limit the open snapper days in state waters roughly nine miles offshore in exchange for the extra days and federal waters further out congress members pressure the trump administration for the deal republican representative rally burn represents coastal alabama xiaomi wearing the constitution that gives the federal government the power tells from can't fish watching boats from that get sportsman marina burn says the issue has been mounting for years it was just electrify two people all up and down the gulf coast because people just had it they just said you know ridiculous we go out there vision for other fish and all he catches snap workers are everywhere vern has proposed legislation to turned snapper management to the states and that's what local officials one orange meech steady councilman jeff boy so it only makes fair sense for the state to manage what we've created because we have created the absolute best red snap relief system in the world there are more than ten thousand underwater structures that public and private interests have put in the gulf off alabama's coast to attract bottom feeders like red snapper that fishery has become an economic engine for orange speech which bills itself as the red snapper capital of the world but not everyone here is happy with the new arrangement the charter about fair water to is pulling into a slip at zeeks marina after a day trapped by guys patrick heavy from here captain tom ard's family has run charter boats for thirty seven years he's upset that commerce secretary overruled regulators this decision was not based on size bills based on politics art is on the board of the national charter fishermen's association which calls the action a dangerous precedent that could lead to overfishing and stricter quotas for everybody next year under federal law arctic raised that stock assessments doubt reflect how well read snapper have recovered but he remembers when the stock was nearly decimated and says you can't just do away with oversight if you're coregulation dan liberal of her that so many times is that funny this for.

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"jeff boy" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

02:37 min | 4 years ago

"jeff boy" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"Same thing he's pleased with the 39 day season but calls it a shortterm fix the five gulf states agreed to limit the open snapper days in state waters roughly nine miles offshore in exchange for the extra days in federal waters further out congress members pressure the trump administration for the deal republicanrepresentativebradley burn represents coastal alabamashomi wearing the constitution that gives the federal government the power recant fish watching boats from the docket sportsman marinaburn says the issue has been mounting for years it was just electrify two people all up and down the gulf coast because people just had it they just said you know ridiculous we go out there vision for other fish in all he catches snap workers are everywhere burn has proposed legislation to turn snapper management to the states and that's what local officials one orange beach city councilman jeff boy told only makes fair since for the state to manage will we've created because we have created the absolute best red snap reef system in the world there are more than 10000 underwater structures that public and private interests have put in the gulf off alabama's coast to attract bottom feeders like red snapperthe fishery has become an economic engine for orangebeach which bills itself as the red snapper capital of the world but not everyone here is happy with the new arrangement thecharter vote fair water to is pulling into a slip at zeeksmarina after a day trip place guspatrick heavy from here captain captaintom arts family has run charter boats for 37 years he's upset that commerce secretary overruled regulators this decision was not based on size bills based on politics art is on the board of the nationalcharter fishermen's association which calls the action a dangerous precedent that could lead to overfishing and stricter quotas for everybody next year under federal law arctic race that stock assessments don't reflect how well read snapper have recovered but he remembers when the stock was nearly decimated and says you can't just do away with oversight if you're damn liberal of heard uh so many times is the funny this for a living i this is my livelihood i'll bet fishery in the gulfofmexico is strong is i can make it his boat brought in about two dozen big red snapper to the dock this trip the question is will he be making those trips next year debbieelliottnprnewsorange beach alabama.

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