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Fresh update on "jill" discussed on Real Estate Today
"Before they sell. Since home services found that three out of four homeowners said they'd rather fix up their appliances, then accept a lower bid on their home. On average, the cinch survey found. Homeowners believe that upgrading their appliances will add nearly $14,000 to their homes. Value coming up in half an hour. Why, there aren't as many zombies in your neighborhood these days. Stephen back to you. Thanks, Bill. As we look ahead to the fall market. We wanted to examine all the empty properties around the country, from office buildings to shopping malls and Whether they'll bounce back as they were, or maybe as something brand new and also the great American cities. Will they come back? Stronger than ever? For real estate. This year's fall market will definitely be one to watch for that. Let's continue our conversation with a national financial expert. Joining us now once again is Jill Schlessinger, the Emmy Award winning business analyst at CBS News and the host of the popular website and podcast, Jill. On money, and she's with us again. Now, Jill, you and I have talked many times during the pandemic, and now we're at a sort of Strange place in it because we did have that lull back in July, when just about everywhere was safe, and now it's exploding again. So Here We are beginning the phone market of 2021 by the time we get to the winter market Do you think? That most people will be back in the office. And will the cities have really come back? Strong? Well, I mean, look, I'm not the prognosticator extraordinaire. I think What is fair to say is that I'll talk about New York City because that's where I live. And of course, because it is the center of the universe. And I say that proudly, um you know, I think that New York City has come back and incredibly well right now. I mean, I'm talking to you the day after Broadway reopened. I'm talking to you as I walk through midtown and I see more workers Midtown, however. When I talked to big corporate executives when they talk to HR departments, they're scared. They really are because no organization wants to be known as the place that said Fannies back in the seats, and then has the breakthrough cases or problems where people are going to work there. Double vaccinated. They bring this thing home to their kids or their relatives who are immunocompromised. I mean, There are a lot of a notes so If you really can Sydor, probably the most conservative approach, I think would be for most people to presume that we're in some sort of hybrid model through the end of the year. And as more information evolves, that you know after this holiday season will figure out where we are and you know it's still I don't know what's really tough, and it's tough to see. Headlines in local urban newspapers that are talking about people are fearful of public transportation. And then you have the cost of commuting and Now you have people who are saying I'm wasting hours of my life again. And for what? And I think that's a valid question. So do I think cities are going to come back? Of course. Do I think a place like New York is going to come back? Absolutely. But It's not going to be as soon as everybody thinks interesting hopes and Jill There's some changes that don't really have much to do with employees coming back to the office. Things like shopping malls, which are all shut down now, and many people were thinking about repurposing them maybe into condos, and the same thing goes for office buildings. When this is completely over. Will we see changes like that Take hold all across America. God, it's it's hard to know. I mean, when I talk to commercial real estate people, they still have that. Hope that things are going to change and it will be just fine. I'm a little more has some mystic about that. I still think that You know, the point of enduring a once in a century pandemic is to take real lessons out of that pandemic, And there's some really good lessons to learn. One of those lessons is that Not everybody needs to be in the office. Yes, we want some people in the office. We want certain people in the office together in certain intervals, but not every day and to cling to an old model Just for the sake of saying Well, you know, we want everything to be quote unquote. Normal. Nothing is normal anymore. I think that the point about converting shopping malls And looking at space differently. I'm kind of I'm excited by that, because I don't know about you. But there's nothing that makes me feel like Oh, this isn't alive place by looking at a strip mall that doesn't make me feel like a community is alive. But maybe that space being mixed use and being kind of a hive of opportunity and having co working space that is, you know, managed better and some open space like I just think we're going to get smarter about the way we use space. Not unlike the way we're getting smarter about using vehicles like all these things are Are good outcomes of a horrible time. Absolutely. Absolutely. And Jill, I'd like to wrap up By congratulating you. For being part of the Emmy Award winning team at CBS for Sunday morning. Well done, my friend. Thank you very much. I am I really like, climbed up the shoulders of all the amazing people who asked me to participate in mid Covid, specifically my producer Alan Gold's Who's amazing, and the executive producer of the show. Rand Morrison and all the editors who always make me look a lot better than I am. So, as you know, editors are very important. It really was an honor to partake in that show in a much more pronounced way during that season during the 2020 21 season, And so, Yeah, we won the daytime enemy for the best morning show, And it was a absolute tickle that I'm Looking at my Emmy word. It's big, kind of cool. Well deserved. Jill and again. Congratulations and thank you for joining us today. Thanks for having me you are so welcome. Jails less injure the Emmy Award winning business analyst at CBS News and the host of the popular website and podcast. Jill on money..
Ex-White House Press Secretary's Book Likens Melania Trump to Marie Antoinette
"One twenty five. Pm on january six soon after writers broken barricades outside of the capitol bologna. Trump received a text message from her. Then chief of staff stephanie. Grisham it had a question. Do you want to tweet. That peaceful protests are the right of every american but there is no place for lawlessness and violence amid later milania with a one word. Answer no at that moment. Malania was at the white house preparing for a photo shoot of rug. She had selected. That's according to exclusive excerpts of grissom's forthcoming book obtained by politico titled. I'll take your questions now. What i saw on the trump white house grisham the former trump white house press secretary best known for never holding a press briefing is now breaking her silence and political daniel. Lipman email does what. They preview gruesome also writes that she asked malania couple times whether she should reach out to jill biden during the transition to set up. The traditional inauguration t. but instead of setting up the meeting the london told her that they should quote see what the west wing does according to grisham. The reason was because malania like her husband believed. The election was illegitimate on january eleventh. Malania did issue a statement saying that she was disappointed and disheartened with what happened last week but she added that she founded quote shameful. That's rounding these tragic events. There's been salacious. Gossip unwarranted personal attacks and false misleading accusations on me from people who are looking to be relevant and have an agenda. She seemed to be referring to her. Former close. personal friend. Stephanie winston walk-off who pendant op ed in the daily beast. A few days earlier saying that milania quote was complicit in the destruction of america grisham joined the trump campaign in two thousand fifteen and remained with the white house until close to the end. She writes them. Alana's response to a text on january six broker since she had long defended the first lady against accusations that she was marie antoinette. Type dilettante now gruesome rights. She sees milania quote the doomed french queen dismiss. It defeated attached.
Biden Wanders out of Place While First Lady Speaks at D.C. Middle School
"Let's talk about what's happening in dc. Today we had after that to that angry announcement yesterday that you will get actually needed biden with his wife went to school in. Dc to talk about vaccinations and then and then this video. This incredible video from c. span was broadcast. Play the cuts of the wandering old man and secretary dona and mayor bowser and chancellor farabi you know. Thank you for joining us as well and for families across the country. You know the school year. Gosh it always brings this sort of mix of the motions for all of us all at once. We feel the anticipation of new classmates and teachers. You know the relief of not having a here a just disappear just one does office. His wife is talking. Somebody said come and get your eyes screen. Where's it coli. And and i've been asking this larger question for a long time. Dr jill biden right. She's having her husband. Go out there and put on this charade. It is obvious to anybody who's even a quarter logical to. This man does not have as faculties about him. Why are they doing. This shouldn't she. Shouldn't you care about them to a point of saying you know what this is enough. Is it because everybody hates kamala. Her so much that can't even fathom giving her the oval office. Maybe she and we talked about this before. Maybe kamala harris job security for joe biden but this is a sad state and you know it's one thing to laugh but you know who's not laughing and rubbing their palms together it's china it's iran russia right. They're excited this is great for them. They go from having a powerhouse. And president trump who stands for america who american greatness america. First to this weakling. And joe biden. This is great for our enemies is great for adversaries. Terrible for american
Jill Biden Heads Back to Classroom as a Working First Lady
"It's the first day of in person school for the first lady Jill Biden will be back in the classroom today teaching English and writing at northern Virginia community college where she's worked for a dozen years she's been holding classes virtually through the pandemic from her east wing office or hotel rooms and often reads papers on flights Dr bided recently told Good Housekeeping magazine she can't wait to get back in the classroom she's the first First Lady to leave the White House and log hours at a full time job Sager made Ghani Washington
Wet Notes 8-30-21
"This is wet notes here on scuba shack radio for monday august thirtieth two thousand and twenty one. Well we have certainly had our fill of extreme weather lately just last week here. In connecticut we face the challenges of tropical storm on re just barely below hurricane strength and at the last minute it shifted east and we avoided the brunt of the wind rhode island wasn't as fortunate and now we have item a cat for hurricane hit louisiana. Extreme weather is now the norm. The news keeps getting worse. Recently there was a study published by nicholas bars from the potsdam institute for climate impact research and that was that the gulfstream could be varying towards irreversible collapse. Now the gulf stream is part of the atlantic meridional overturning circulation or a. m. Oc this circulation takes warm salty. Water from the tropics moves in north and then takes the cold water south. The study finds that the circulation is at its weakest in one thousand years. So what happens if the gulfstream collapses that will dictate extreme cold for parts of north america and europe. Is the collapse imminent well. That's not an easy question. Answer it could be decades away but as we have seen things are happening a lot faster when it comes to climate change not only will the disruption of the gulfstream resort in colder north american temperatures. It is predicted that there will be a rise in sea level disruption of the monsoon patterns and impacts on the amazon rainforest. An aunt arctic ice sheets. The study concluded that is that this is all a result of human endorse induced climate. Change in may of this year. I talked about a project out on lake. Tahoe called cleanup lake. That project had an ambitious goal of cleaning over seventy two miles of the mountain lake. So i thought i would give it a quick update on how the work is progressing. Now these numbers come from the cleanup delake website. Cleanup delete dot org as earlier this month. Team of divers has removed an amazing eight thousand. One hundred and twenty two pounds of trash were three hundred and three thousand six hundred eighty four kilograms and covered about twenty two miles or thirty four kilometers of coastline. There update indicated that they have completed seventy four dives over twenty seven days of diving. The diver's consumed two hundred and eighty six cylinders of air. Today there have been eighty one volunteers who have delivered two thousand six hundred and eleven volunteer hours. Now i'm not sure if they're on pace to meet their objectives but that's not always the measure success. The amount of continuing effort is what really counts. Keep up the good work guys. The annual boston sea rovers clinic for this year is just one month away. The two thousand twenty clinic happened just a couple of weeks. Before the corona corona virus lockdowns took effect. We really didn't know how serious things were then. Now as we continue to emerge from the pandemic the show may just have the distinction of being the last face to face. Scuba show in the world before the pandemic and the first face-to-face scuba show in the world post pandemic monty. And i were at the last meeting. And everything's proceeding for the october. First and second show the show will follow state and local mandates and as the days pass by. We are all hoping that the show will go off his plan. This year shows moved from the traditional march date to october as a result of the pandemic that you'd be a great time to enjoy some early fall weather in new england. It'd be great to get together and diving is certainly a social sport. Do you miss dive training magazine. I sure do. I think i've re reread all the back issues. We have a good shop at least three times. So what's happening with the publication. Well i reached out to catherine castle garcia the editor to find out the latest catherine informed me that they hope to be publishing again in the fourth quarter of two thousand and twenty one. Now that's some good news. The fourth quarter is not that far away. And i'm certainly looking forward to dive training magazine hitting the streets and finally here on wet notes. I wanted to give you an update on the situation with dutch springs. If you remember last time. I reported that the property owned by stu jill school had been sold to trammell crow texas developer. Who's planning to build a large warehouse facility on the property. The initial word was that dutch would shut down after the season while a lot has happened in the last couple of weeks i there was a petition that garnered over three thousand supporters to keep the place open and as we know petitions can only go so far then there was support from patty professional association of diving instructors patty due to white paper outlining the economic benefits dutch brings provides as a diving venue. Patty estimates that because dutch exists. It helps to generate three point. Four billion annual retail sales in the northeast they tag the economic benefit to bethlehem at thirty four point five million as for tax revenue. The paper indicates that about ninety. Eight point nine million is generated for state and local taxes and northeast and about two point one million for bethlehem in addition to patty support. The lehigh valley planning commission has called the proposal of disaster for the quality of life in the lehigh valley while it seems that there a great deal of opposition to maybe very little that can be done to stop the effort. One positive. I that i did see. Was that trammell. Crow was indiscretions with local officials to offload the fifty off lou to fifty acre quarry for community use. Just how would you get to acquire if they build the warehouses. I don't know while the saga is far from over. I would expect that we won't see. Dutch brings open for the twenty twenty two dive season but his al michaels once said. Do you believe in miracles. Well that's it for this edition of wet notes. Here on scuba shot radio for august thirtieth two thousand and twenty one
Biden pays respects to US troops killed in Afghanistan
"President Biden has become the fourth straight US president to bear witness says the remains of fallen U. S. troops return to U. S. soil from Afghanistan the president and First Lady Jill Biden met in solemn privacy with the families at Dover airforce base in Delaware thirteen US troops eleven marines one navy sailor and one army soldier died alongside more than one hundred and sixty Afghans in the suicide attack near Kabul airport they ranged in age from twenty to thirty one in came from California Massachusetts and states in between as the military ritual of a dignified transfer on folded the remains in flag draped transfer case is taken off the military aircraft and into an awaiting vehicle the president held his hand over his heart and appear to shut his eyes in prayer in a statement Biden called them heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice in service of our highest American ideals and while saving the lives of others adding their bravery and selflessness has enabled more than one hundred and seventeen thousand people at risk to reach safety thus far I'm Ben Thomas
"jill" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Jill on money. This is the show that attempts to take the mystery out of your financial life. It's pretty mysterious out there. I know and it doesn't really matter what your financial issue question concern. Is our job As we see it, Mark and I talk about this all the time is to not necessarily make you a ton of money. What we want to do is help you make the best decision. For you. Not for anyone else. We don't like people who compare themselves to others. We tend to laugh a lot when people say, Well, how are people my age doing? I don't know. You know, if you're a schoolteacher, it's pretty different than if you are an investment banking analysts. Those are two different types of people. So we want you to compare yourself with you, right? We're all born with different bodies. We work out. We can do different things. We are all making different choices in our lives about our money, and a lot of it has to do with the career you've chosen. If you're choosing a career where you don't make a ton of money, we still know that you have financial issues We want to hear from you. If you are lucky enough to be rolling in lots of dough, and you're nervous about it, or you don't know how to manage it. We also want to hear from you. So don't worry doesn't really matter what it is. It just matters that you reach out and you make the contact with us. That's what we really hope you do. Just send us an email. Ask Jill Julian money dot com or if you're on the website hit the contact button. Don't forget to tell us if you'd like to join us on the air. You know, I just think that these conversations are so great and it's important to hear your voice and it's important that we get to hear. What you say to some of our follow up questions. It's much better live in that conversation. And so we encourage you to let us know if you're willing to come and join us right here. The sleep number virtual studios sleep numbers. Smart, effortless comfort. You want smart and effortless comfort in your money, too. So let's get going. Let's continue with our conversation with Tom. Let's talk about the big chunk o money that you have accumulated. Tell me about that, with pets included just to make it simpler. We have about a little over 2.1. And I'm in a 50 50 split roughly. It's currently a little bit more on the stock side. So we had at 1.1 in stock, and one in barns ends and is most of this pre tax money. Yeah, there's there's about 225 that is in Roth or H s A. Uh huh. That's why I want to do these Roth conversions because that I should be in a much lower tax bracket, right? So Presuming you retire at the end of this year with your 2.1 million in this other money, then your total income is essentially just whatever you are either converting or whatever money is being generated from the cash portion. Is that right? Yes, There's no other hidden thing that I should be worried about, right. There's no other hit. Okay, What's your goal on the conversion? Do you want to stay in the 12% tax bracket or the 22? I wanted to stay in the 12 and I could if I could do 600,000 over the next, you know, 6.5 years? Yeah, I would be able to do that. I like that. Looking at a good game plan. What's the tax situation in South Carolina? Pretty good? Yeah, especially when you hit 65. It took fairly friendly state to retirees. I mean, I think this is a pretty cool plan because you've got the money that's available, you'll convert. I'm just wondering the annuity that you have accumulated. That is a non qualified annuity, right? That's correct. Okay, so the money from the five year period certain means that from 65 to 70 ish, you will have income. That's exactly right. And the taxes will be spread across that. So it will be 20% of that annuity per year will be taxable. Yeah, and so you won't be able to actually convert as much exactly So I figured I'd do a large amount next year when it's just pure cash. And then then tone that down a little bit, then that's why it takes more years to get to the 600,000. Yeah, and it's not like the worst thing in the world. If not every single penny is actually converted. But I think this seems like a very good plan. I really I I really do for other people listening, I would never say Use a chunk of money and pop it into an immediate annuity unless it was already coming from this annuity environment because essentially I'd rather you have the control over that money and not have it tied up. But I see exactly what you're doing. So I think it works in your case. I really do. Are you gonna be shopping around for this? I mean, there are a lot more annuity options these days, So I just want to make sure that you know that Especially for immediate annuities that the competition has gotten better and costs have come down, so don't just necessarily say Ah, You know, I'm with Northwestern. I'm just going to go to Northwestern again. So you know you want to chop that around a little bit. I think my really good shape. Mark. Do you see any problem with this? Oh, yeah. Mark wants to know. How are you getting health insurance from 63 to 65. So the market had a big reason for for waiting until then, is that that said 18 month period when I can get Cobra, at least that's kind of a known amount. And then if I could get into a CIA credits, and I really don't know what I would be like for that 18 month period..
Biden to Pay Respects to US Troops Killed in Afghanistan
"President Biden is making a solemn journey to honor and mourn the thirteen US troops killed in the suicide attack near Kabul airport the remains of the thirteen eleven marines one navy sailor and one army soldier are being flown to Dover airforce base in Delaware president Biden and his wife Jill are there to meet with their families and attend a dignified transfer military ritual of receiving the remains of fallen troops killed in foreign combat among the dead the oldest was thirty one while the other twelve were all in their twenties five for just twenty four not long before the attacks of September eleventh two thousand one that spurred the United States to invade Afghanistan in order to topple al Qaeda and dismantle the Taliban hosts who ruled the country I'm Ben Thomas
"jill" Discussed on Checking In with Michelle Williams
"Amen. I just china's sea however. Kiss all gums. But i can't. Because i i got ta got t t hokey lifts out. Just wheel saw in full gear. Lives out in touch the back of your hand. said this'll just kiss real quick. No i'm not doing that. It is so solved just lips. I thought there is absolutely nothing wrong. And then my mother gave me gain. She talked to me about you know protecting yourself. She talked about. If you're going to have a what is it called in entanglement commenting if we're going to have an entanglement that can only be one in the neighborhood. Oh if if it go out of the neighborhood for sure but it there has to be somebody in the neighborhood that you wanna spend some intimate time with only one so choose now. Listen i know you are private with your family life in your son. Yes what advice are you giving him. Well he's twelve so he knows he knows the basics and to me the basics are the anatomy of it all mom the wise. The wise are important to me a why anybody would Sometimes it's just a physical attraction that's part of his son in sometimes. If you're truly truly lucky is love and love comes from friendship and spending time together and getting to know one another listening and communicating all of those things helping each other. That's where love comes from. You know if you spend time doing that if there are any parents listening. Jill just gave you guys probably below the one of the sweetest ways that you can explain love to relationships to insects to sorry. She's that's very very simple way for me to explain it to a child absolutely absolutely because if he does not have a phone his friends happen phone so much access to see everything and i'm not saying he's looking at a sneak but somebody has a phone and i'm just saying the access yeah that unfortunately Kids have or from. I think i would have rather. I definitely would rather hear it from my my parents. A mother. She sits one of her children was sexually active. It wasn't me. It was not my little six year old sister. Obviously so you're telling me is really it was the other two is one of the other two. I'm being honest was not me and says don't be having sex because you get too attached.
Training Your Brain to Be Less Reactive to Negative Stimuli
"It takes less than ninety seconds for you to think. Thought that triggers your anger circuit chemistry then floods through your brain and body and then flushes itself completely out of you but my guess is you have the capacity to stay angry for not just ninety seconds but for hours days or even years every time we rethink the original thoughts that made us angry in the first place we rerun our emotional circuitry stimulating. Our predictable physiological response. Like it is running on a loop because it is running on a loop and what this means is that we are biologically capable of holding onto a grudge for decades when we keep running that loop however there are things we can do to strengthen our resolve we do not need to rerun our old pattern behaviors. We have much more say over. What is going on inside of our brain than we have ever been trained to believe and getting more sleep is one of the things we can do to help ourselves. As well as our brain cells to not be overreactive we have the power to choose who and how we want to be in any moment regardless of our external circumstances when we are willing to observe our behavior and then retrace what thoughts and emotions lit up to that physiological reactivity. Then we can choose to change our thoughts. Shift our emotions and stop running on automatic. We our cells and cells organize themselves into circuits. So if i want to change my behavior. Or i want to change how. I feel about something then. I need to know what thoughts and feelings drove me to run that loop in the first place
Jill Biden Getting Procedure on Foot After Hawaii Visit
"First lady Jill Biden is undergoing a medical procedure tomorrow to remove an object that became lodged in her foot while walking on a beach last weekend in Hawaii. President Biden will be with his wife at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for the
Jill Biden undergoing procedure to remove object from her foot
"White House says the first lady is undergoing a procedure to remove an object lodged in her foot. Dr Jill Biden stepped on something while on the beach in Hawaii last weekend, the first lady going to Walter Reed Military Hospital in Maryland for removal, where President Biden accompanying her
Mark Levin Remembers the Late Great Comedian Jackie Mason
"And I remember those meals with him from time to time. I remember in London. I think that was the first time we met were out of the blue. He was doing a performance. I think for the royal family, and he was incredibly popular in Britain. As well as the United States. The thing is when we would sit down. The members of my family. Jackie Mason, his wife, sometimes a few others of his friends. Was very, very inquisitive. About life generally. But the kids family About issues very, very inquisitive. He didn't monopolize. In fact, he listened a lot. I did not know he was sick. And I'm not going to get into confidential information of how he passed his whore That's not going to happen. But I did get a call in the morning. From Raoul Felder, probably his best friend. Because Jill asked him to call me letting me know that he wasn't going to make it through the day. And then Sometime evening dinner time or so forth. We got a second call telling me he hadn't made it. So You know? Come to this earth and you leave this earth. There's no escaping it. But if you make it difference whether you make people laugh Difference in your own way in your own role in your own life, the life of the family of your family. That's a successful life. He had a very, very full and
Jill Biden attends Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony
"All the Tokyo Olympics are officially beginning with a new look and field in years past. The athletes made their way into a mostly empty national stadium during the parade of nations this morning at the opening ceremony. With first lady Jill Biden leading the way. Spectators are banned from attending events in person and the host city is under a state of emergency because of
Jill Biden Congratulates American Olympic Athletes
"Ceremonies for the Summer Olympics about two hours away. First lady Jill Biden in Tokyo congratulating American athletes, becoming an Olympian, is a rare accomplishment in a normal time. But you did it during the global pandemic. 13 athletes of the Games have now tested positive for the coronavirus.
An Olympic Opening Ceremony for an Olympics Like None Other
"Opening ceremony for the two thousand twenty olympics kicks off in a few hours in tokyo. Only about a thousand spectators will be allowed in olympic stadium. Including first lady dr jill biden. Who is leading a us. Diplomatic delegation
As Cases Surge, New Orleans 'Strongly Recommends' Masks
"So municipalities are considering new measures against covert nineteen because of the spike in new cases in the United States health officials say between the more infectious delta variant and the waning interest in getting vaccinated the seven day rolling average has tripled in the month of July cases are surging in New Orleans where mayor latoya Cantrell says people should wear masks of dramatic spike in cases we have to we have to move towards an indoor mask advisory president Biden at a town hall in Cincinnati says it's to get to Klay important for Americans to get inoculated and First Lady Jill Biden on a stop in Alaska on her way to the Tokyo Olympics also addressed prevention look at the numbers today how they're going up and it's people who are not vaccinated who are going into the hospital hi Jackie Quinn
Jill Biden Leads U.S. Delegation to Tokyo Games Amid Pandemic Fears
"Jill Biden is off on her first solo overseas trip as First Lady to Japan her visit to the Tokyo Olympics comes with covert nineteen surging in Japan infections are at a six month high the White House says the U. S. delegation will follow strict health protocols limiting engaging with the public keeping our footprint as small as possible at the same time spokeswoman Jen Psaki says the bidens put an emphasis on being in Japan for team USA the present the First Lady felt it was important to have the delegation led at the highest level the First Lady will spend roughly forty eight hours on the ground in Tokyo including a virtual visit with American athletes before attending Friday's opening ceremony Sager made ani Washington
London's Mayor Says Masks Are Still Mandatory on Public Transport
"Public transportation to keep wearing masks. Even after Covid 19 restrictions are lifted in Britain on July 19th. That could mean enforcement officers would be able to deny access or eject passengers not wearing face coverings while using the underground or city buses. Benji. Higher reports face masks have been compulsory on public transport across England for the past year. Those laws will next week be replaced with government guidance, which will simply advise passengers to wear masks in crowded places. London is the first English city to insist on face coverings beyond the end of lockdown. Regardless of how busy the services mayor Sadiq Khan explains. He doesn't want to put transport uses at risk with the virus still spreading and cases on the rise to use one of our services and you proceed for the mosque on non exempt you could be asked to leave Benji higher London Jill Biden will
Astrology Expert Jill Wintersteen on Why This Leo Season Will Be Different
"Why isn't he's indifferent or really. Good out so reciting season. I think is particularly special because we have two full moons in aquarius. Though every sense season has its full moon in its opposing side so in cancer season we have the capricorn a full moon. I will you know next season Which will be virgo. We have the pisces full moon. So the site. The twelve signs come in pairs they come. Imposing pairs of every sign has another sign that opposes it in the sky or on zodiac wheel and so for leo. It's opposing science aquarius. So normally any other year we'd have one full moon aquarius this year. We have two full moons and aquarius. Which is a very special and rare event. We're getting this double dose of aquarian energy On the full moons and then also the new moon leo which is august. Eighth occurs at the peak of lionsgate and lionsgate is his special time Th this like porto basically opens and we get downloads of information from the cosmos and the peak of lionsgate every year. is on august eighth and that is when the new moon in leo Happens to her this year. Is that to the landscape. Puerto as there's something with like the location of the earth relative to the moon or sun that gives offending of the veil or what exactly is eli the star sirius so it's actually serious is aligned at that point with the sun and then also the clock centers lactic center is the point that the entire milky way revolves around and is the center of the sun the galactic centre no center of the milky way. Everything everything revolves around while You can think of it as like the center of the universe as we know it. Seattle black hole. It's not really a black hole But it's just you know it's it's the actual black hole is there of definitional black holes But yeah so it's lined up at the start serious lined up with the sun and the earth earth sun. They're all in alignment and this is what The great pyramids were built around know the sphinx in egypt is said to hold up the lionsgate to hold it open Back then it. Also coincided with the overflowing of the nile rivers so it was correlated with abundance and fertility so this period of time has long been celebrated for for thousands of years. And so it's a really special time. Thought bring information from the star. Search star serious. Looks like a blue sun right so it like rises with the sun so if you if you have a good vantage point right there it looks like there's like two sons sky
Pfizer to Ask Regulators to Authorize COVID-19 Vaccine Booster
"Out booster shots. But correspondent Jill NATO reports, experts say not so fast user says it's going to ask for authorization from the feds for a third dose of its covid vaccine. Would be a booster shot is, the company says another shot within 12 months could boost immunity against the virus and possibly ward off their Ian's. But hours after Pfizer made that known, regulators said, not so fast, the Food and Drug Administration and the CDC, you put out a joint statement saying health agencies are working to consider if a boosters necessary. He said Any decision on booster shots would happen when the science demonstrates their needed in Washington Chill NATO Fox News. Meanwhile, the push to get all eligible Texan vaccinated continues,
"jill" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"In your financial life and what you need to do to get on a path to a brighter future. How about that? Who doesn't want that? If you have any kind of question that relates to money, career, anything like that. Send us an email asked Jill at Jill on money dot com. Asked Jill at Jill on money dot com. What's Get to your questions? This is from Ronald, who writes I'm a new book author and I plan to publish my first book. In a few months. Book royalty payments will be my only source of earned income. Okay. Are these books sale royalty payments? I qualified source of income through which I could contribute to a Roth IRA. Right? Well, they should be. Mean royalties. It's just going to come in on your schedule C. It's just, you know, it's It's self employment income, So yeah, do it. Rock n roll. Get that Get that Roth contribution going. Let's see. Let me go to the next one. Christina says If I'm happy with the plan that I had for Medicare do I need to do anything? Or will I be automatically enrolled? You do it defaults to an automatic enrollment of whatever you had. But, you know, I'm gonna be a pain in the neck about this guy. No. Could you just go and check out the Medicare tool just to make sure even if you're happy, I want to make sure that the medications you take her still covered. Make sure that everyone all the doctors were in your network, etcetera. You just just run the tool, okay? Here's another question about Medicare. Can writes that he is now retiring his.
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"Your back it's Jill on money you know this is the show where money is not scary and it is not boring it is just here for you you know we are here to make this a a program that makes money financial matters accessible to everyone so regardless of whether you have tons of experience or very little experience this is a program for you how about that no matter what we are delighted that you are joining us we're in the middle of an interview with Michael Goodman he is a CPA and also a certified financial planner his company is called well stream advisors and they don't I think what's amazing during the pandemic and during the financial fallout from the pandemic is that many of you have had the presence of mind to contact us and ask very specific questions about how to take advantage of some of the dislocations in the markets so early on what we knew is that interest rates plummeted and that gave some people the opportunity to consider our refinancing even marked it I think mark was already on his way to doing it but it just so happened that the the crisis made that interest rate even more compelling for him a refinancing of a fifteen or thirty year mortgage it really is dependent on your unique situation and that's what we always tell you guys that that's what we want you to call in and we want you to talk to us we want you to email us because we want to know the details of your life to determine whether or not a refi makes sense for you well in this segment with my friend Michael good men we're going to talk about refinancing about whether it does make sense for a lot of people whether a fifteen year or thirty year is appropriate and Michael's key key takeaway for how to survive a pandemic hint it has to do with working here's more of our interview with Michael Goodman how about strange opportunities that pop up I need a crisis like this talk about let's talk a little bit about interest rates interest rates are way down have you been hearing from your clients about refinancing or are people thinking about purchasing real estate now that that rates are so low the rate factor is interesting and it affects a lot of people in a lot of different ways I would say that while rates have come down savings rates have come down substantially mortgage rates have not come down as much and the mortgage rates have been at a store close for a while now so even if you're gonna be able to save maybe a quarter or a half point on a refinance if your deeper into your mortgage and you're not going to you know really get that much benefit more now reset the clock on a new term and after the hassle factor in the closing costs refinances are not always no brainers as people might think can you talk a little bit about some of the carols a shorter term mortgage because this is what I've been hearing a lot from people who had ten fifteen even twenty year terms but actually when the blankets the fanned the bigger issue is that you know they don't have any room because there is so much of your money is going to their mortgage that's right so I've spoken to some clients in the past where we've looked at a fifteen percent there to your mortgage and would you done the math because I've explained to them you know you could take out a thirty year mortgage and pay it back at a fifteen year pace obviously the interest rates going to be a little bit higher but if it hits the fan and a castle gets tight you can revert back to the thirty year payment with no penalty so it surely something to consider I do think that people tend to underestimate the benefits of that flexibility I do too and what's the worst case so tell me a little bit about somebody who has a let's just say somebody's got a longer term mortgage you're into the eighteenth nineteenth twentieth year when do you usually start thinking about well okay maybe this person can pay it down we're always looking at the ability to pay a mortgage down versus the cost of the mortgage purses there longer term plans and if somebody's gonna be in a continuously high tax bracket and they're going to actually be able to itemize well that's something to think about too is the psychological elements there are people that like to wind up paying their mortgages off with retirement so we're careful with that as well because psychologically that feels really good going into retirement with that being completed is there a financial case to paying down a mortgage if you're sitting on a bunch of cash in the cash is really getting buckets definitely if you're a conservative investor would just refuse to put your money into the market and are sitting on a lot of cash that's earning less than one percent and there's a guaranteed that your mortgage is going to be three and a half or four percent or even higher well then to me it makes sense to pay down the mortgage if on an after tax basis you're going to be not in the worst condition what is it about the idea of carrying a mortgage into retirement that you think freaks people out even if they've got plenty of money but is it just me knowing that you have this obligation well this is great transition that people go through that they don't anticipate when they go into retirement and that is that my paycheck stops so you're used to every month or twice a month or every other week depending on your pace game this direct deposit coming at once that goes away even though mathematically you know you might have enough money in savings and retirement plans it scares the crap out of people do you find that in light of the crisis and the economic uncertainty personal uncertainty but there are some people who are now saying you know what maybe I'll just keep working I think that that's been underestimated for a long time you know when I meet with clients and talk about what do you want to retire I usually get one of two responses one is what time is it because one of the tires at the next hour but more often than not they don't think about a mastectomy even used the word retire anymore we talk about when do you want to plan to moderate your income or better yet what do you want to plan to know that you could stop working most people of fortunately that I come in contact with like what they do and enjoy the engagement more portly once they find out that they can afford to retire they don't mind working as much I have one client that has whose retirement papers in his briefcase they're completely filled out there just not signed and dated he says that he's in the one bad day away Klopp in.
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"Your fax it's Jill on money we are delighted that you have joined us fantastic that you have and and you know I know that there's a lot of questions that we've been dealing with around our investments and certainly if anything is more proof that market timing does not work perhaps the last four five months is the best illustration of that I cannot I wish we should have just time stamped and saved every single email that we got in the month of March where people were freaking out and wanting to had the best advice as to what they should do because they were cashing out I mean it is amazing nobody asked us to care about cashing out in February when the stock market indexes were all hitting new highs but miraculously when they were getting lows in bear market lows that's when we heard from you okay some of you did want to invest but it was a scary time from that March twenty third low fifty days we saw the S. and P. five hundred go about forty percent I don't know if it's going to stay the markets are going to stay higher but I can just tell you this the last few months is a wonderful lesson in not trying to time the market it is about having a game plan sticking to that game plan not messing around with it when the market goes up down up down don't do that create the plan they can see you through we would like to help you create that plan so if you had any sort of questions around your investments feel free to email us ask Jill Jill on money dot com now many of you know that we have a sister podcast okay it is called Jill on money when you write and I need more information you know that I always say that went on the radio show as well well I did that with somebody named John who wrote to us and we she was asking about target date retirement funds and I asked for more information so here's her follow up which is hysterical hi Jill and mark the thread you recently heard was my jaw dropping in surprise when I heard you addressing my question on the recent podcast and asking for additional information to make the response more specific to me wow talk about exceeding expectations that's so nice okay so here's more about don she writes I am sixty one years old single no children I retired earlier than expected to become the primary caregiver for an elderly parent okay I classify my investment philosophy via the acronym kiss keep it simple stupid I love that I'm all about that don well done current fair market value of my house is three hundred twenty five thousand dollars no mortgage no other debts I received a monthly pension of two thousand dollars no guarantee of increased but it will not go or go lower than this amount for the rest of my life I plan to claim my social security benefits at age seventy here's my expenses three thousand dollars a month not bad between checking and savings I've got two years of supplemental income I have a CD that will mature in twenty twenty two that will be that cash payment for my next car here are the investments okay here we go rollover IRA from previous job current value thirty thousand dollars invested in the vanguard target retirement twenty twenty five font okay that seems reasonable and don has been converting this money into a Roth account usually just to the top of whatever bracket she's in for the year currently that's twelve percent she says I expect the that the conversion of the entire account will be complete within the next two to three years okay perfect that's fine okay so now what's in the rough the vanguard balanced index fund and then there are two retirement accounts one is a pre tax retirement account four hundred sixty thousand dollars in the vanguard target retirement twenty fifteen then there is a post tax or Roth retirement accounts it's got fifty granted that same vanguard target retirement twenty fifteen my question to you is prompted by trying to decide what to do about the four fifty seven counties to retirement accounts okay the fund choices are limited while investment costs are low trying to withdraw the money is more difficult massive paperwork limited flexibility and they charge a fee you for each withdrawal okay well this is going to be completely easy thank you very much let's say initial thoughts were to move the four fifty seven Roth into the vanguard Roth since conversions in the four fifty seven are possible but difficult okay I love that idea that's perfect let's do that next also I would consider moving a portion of the four fifty seven pre tax into the vanguard target retirement twenty twenty five and continue conversions from there into the vanguard what however I wasn't sure about being the right fund mix for retirement situation I'm unsure about having all the money at one company and whether that's a good idea any thoughts are appreciated I think I would be in a better position now the podcasts have been available thirty years ago all that's a very nice thing to write okay big picture first of all you're in great financial shape right because you already have two thousand Bucks a month in the pension income you will get that social security so essentially we're just looking at the next nine years between now and the time you claim your social security and how much money you would need to be pulling from these accounts so here's what I think you ought to do I love the idea of slowly converting the roll over to a Roth that's number one number two I think easiest thing for you to do right now is to take the four fifty seven Roth move that into the Roth IRA you can do that right now don't even sweat it easy peasy and then you could actually even taking the four fifty seven and roll that into the current role over Iraq just put it all together now you'll end up with two accounts right your rollover account which will now have the thirty thousand dollars it's there plus the you'll see how that happened million dollars in the rollover Capt and again you can slowly convert it you don't have to go crazy right they do it a little bit at a time and then in your Roth account you'll have about two hundred fifty thousand dollars okay and that's fantastic all the you need to really consider is whether it is the right investment to have a target retirement account or whether you should just do this yourself now vanguard is a wonderful company you can feel free to have one company for that chunk.
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"Your back if Jill on money and what the break I was excited hi I went and did some shopping just kidding I did not I do notice that sometimes when I'm bored now that I'm home hi I will go back through my past Amazon orders and see if anything that I ordered is back and available now mark do you do that obsessively where you check even if I don't really need I'm just wondering like what are those Lysol wipes still sold out or not is it is there still the same crunch in terms of inventory and I just monitor it on Amazon nothing even need it because I got more toilet paper than I probably ever use we are here this and you got a sense of humor gang someone just said to me like you know your partner can join you on this again I don't think so I think my partner's pretty sick of me right now really a lot of close time mark in that small space that you have you are surviving and not only thriving and that boy is about to turn one so everybody when we figure out great presents for the prince of the Jill on money broadcasting empire differences on thin ice he has been a fifty fifty with this afternoon naps and so this is really a challenge for mark and his partner so it's a wolf touching go when you get to the afternoon but fingers crossed that this is all going to go okay if you've got a financial question please don't hesitate to send us an email it's ask Jill and Jill on money dot com and if you happen to be on our website and a lot of you've been visiting the website we thank you for that there's a contact button on on the upper right hand corner so just click that and we'll get your message so Karen writes thanks so much for the daily pod all right now wait a second I it's hard for me to read this mark this is when I need you to read that the message but I read anyway you are brilliant yeah not so much but I you're brilliant and you make the complex matter seems simple to understand that I do too so that's good okay first I know how blessed I am to be healthy and to still have a job on men sister I feel the same way okay my husband and I are physicians were in our forties we are not front line we see most paste patients virtually right now combined salary four hundred Grandy we're doing nicely we think with retirement savings we both Max out our four three bees we fund back door Roth iras so here's what they got nine hundred fifty grand is in the four three bees in a target date fund forty three thousand.
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"To Jill on money your back it's Jill on money if you've got a question we'd love to hear from you our email addresses ask Jill Jill on money dot com you know what I've been thinking about mark I've been thinking about if I had a college age kids what I want to send that kid back to school right now you know like knowing what I know now hi mark says now I know I don't think I would either I mean I don't have children around to make this decision I also not sure that is we re think college are you really going to want to spend twenty five to seventy five thousand dollars a year to have your kid to remote learning I don't know that that's it I feel like that's a tough one I I don't know I I'm really I'm gonna be watching these colleges I think some colleges are going to go broke I do because I just don't think there's going to be as many people who want to do this crazy right all right this is a email from L. C. hi Jill I'm always learning from your expertise on the podcast thanks for sharing best wishes to you and all the brothers and sisters in New York we're going through so much right now we're all holding hands from a distance I love that sentiment which is great okay so here is what else he says everyone is so paranoid about losing money during this thing going on I have no complex questions like many of your followers but I thought I might chime in I've found a surefire way to get a guaranteed return it's so simple if you have some cash like I happen to simply pay down debt that has higher interest rates but we talked about that earlier in the show this this week in fact okay L. C. says I am our early sixties approaching retirement and comfortable I've got a mortgage with several years left at three and a quarter percent and I started to make some additional principal payments on it since the stock market went for a swim whenever the market settles I can simply adjuster reallocate accordingly to get the most bang for the Buck fortunately I've know whether consumer debt but I just think so many folks that have credit card debt staring down at them but that fifteen percent plus interest rate what a return that would be in the short term that sure beats the heck out of any current CD or savings anywhere I've got all the fundamentals in place six months of an emergency reserve fund forty percent stocks sixty percent bond allocation of my Roth IRA minimal losses due to prudent investing I never try to hit a home run like many seem to think they're going to and they miss out on the next big thing slow and steady basis it's for me and over time I've been well rewarded it works what do you think L. C. I think you are just really reading from the jail on money playbook I couldn't agree more so often you know people will be looking to say to start I want to make a quick Buck or I want to try to catch this thing that's happening you don't have to you don't have to you can be prudent N. as L. C. says just stick to a pretty simple game plan and you're going to be fine okay this is from Serra my company's employee stock purchase plan re enrollment and purchase date is April thirtieth I'm wondering if I should increase my contributions from my current five percent to the full ten percent allowed and then sell them in six months when they mature for a fifteen percent gain keep that in mind okay fifteen percent gain I'm an airline pilot I'm planning on a furlough through October first my airline applied for money into the cares act which means they can't for a loan me until October first it's great as it gives me time to save aggressively for six months I realized my company stock purchase might be a way to say but maybe I'm missing something yeah you know what you're missing you don't know whether the stock is going from going up fifteen percent I get it you buy the stock at a discount at a fifteen percent discount but what if this company goes broke which by the way you work for an airline it could so here's what I would do I put zero percent in your employee stock purchase plan and I would sock away as much money as I could into my savings account that's what I would do everybody has got to stop this nonsense about thinking you're going to out smart the universe yes of course you get to buy the shares at a discount but that presumes the cut the stock goes up later you don't but the downside is that this company could go broke that's the downside and it's so clear to me that we guys we human beings I tell you the truth we're an optimistic bunch I just wrote about this actually because I put on the website because I I woke up very early one day during the week and I went back and I said you know we do we all under estimate the hits that we're going to take and I started looking this up because I said you know we go back to March to what I was writing and what I was hearing from economists and then I went to back you know went into real time as everybody is now in a different place right and what's fascinating to me is that when we are looking at our own situation we tend to have what's called the optimism bias and we L. over estimate our likelihood of experiencing good events and we under estimate the likelihood of bad things happening you know and I found this neuroscientist her name is Todd leisure wrote and she said we're more optimistic than realistic but we are oblivious to the fact and that is why we do things like this I think that we're going to buy our stock and it will go up we've been we have been fielding questions you might be surprised to learn of people who were shocked that when they look at their company stock that they purchased six months ago at a fifteen percent discount that they were under water even with the fifteen percent discount and now what do they do and you're in the airline industry for god sakes we're we could have a nationalized early where the government we may own warranty in your airline could you make a killing sure is that risk worth it no please please don't do this if you think that you will be furloughed the best thing you can do is to save as much money as you possibly can in non risk assets that means savings checking a short term CD that's about it if you've got twelve months of savings that's already in the bank then go ahead and pay down some high interest debt but I don't even care man just be really.
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"Fact it's Jill on money and we are trying to help you make sense of an incredibly stressful time I was just listening to a podcast where they had a relationship not a marriage counselor but just a shrink who matter who really specializes in couples work and talking about the pressures that both people being home and working together and everyone in the household like that the amount of pressure it puts on everybody so you're not alone mark did I tell you about our way of dealing with this I I don't know if I gave you the sun nice neat little work around but my niece and nephew who are married and have two kids in their home they came up with this idea that the way that you can sort of manage your own anger towards your spouse is to pretend you're working in an office environment and come up with like some other person in the office that you hate so much more than the person you're married to or partnered with and so you you make up a name so for us we have my name of the my most hated person in the office is Nancy so when I feel a little anger at my spouse over it instead of snipping I think to myself that Nancy to worst at city that's our work around so sometimes I wake when I am in the kitchen and doing something loud and we have a two dueling conference calls going and you know I get shop the look I know that that look is I hate Nancy too so that's how we are doing a mark you know why I picked that name right yes yes of course mark I won't even say that because that person who might even listen to this program might my Nancy certainly does not most assuredly does not but the person I liked the least in my work life Nancy that's the name okay okay mela rights hi Jill can you talk about how we should think about changing my investments with the robot advisers who are managing my money I'm thirty three I've paid off my student debt and I foresee being financially secure through a corona by a corona induced recession as a passive investor about a third of my net worth a hundred thousand in a wealth front account it's invested in ETFs exchange traded funds I'd like your advice on whether it's a good idea to buy the dip invest more into a passive portfolio we should be cautious lower my risk tolerance from six and a half on a scale of one to ten with ten being the most risky before doing so I would not lower your risk tolerance at all you're young you're healthy life is good so if you're thirty three if you want to buy the dip and essentially put more money into that account that's great but I wouldn't change your risk tolerance because your risk tolerance is really predicated on a longer term vision of what you really feel like you can manage so if your risk tolerance right now is at seven or eight don't mess with it if you feel fine that's great if you want to invest more and put more money into the account but I wouldn't I wouldn't sort of end run it that way I would be much more content review just putting more money and if you can okay and your rights that he retired from the local county at the end of last year fifty nine while the pension is good I wanted to use my four fifty seven plant that's a four fifty seven is a state retirement plan it's like a four oh one K. but for municipal workers he wanted to use this for fifty seven to make life a little easier my intention was to put the money into funds that would generate income the plan was to skim the interest off to use as walking around money without using the principle I was told by the local rep of the firm running the program that I could not remove the funds out of the program until I was fifty nine and a half although I could withdraw them prior to that and then I could turn it into an Iraqi everything seems good right okay at that point I could invest in anyway please he told me at the set up withdrawal program he didn't seem to understand that I didn't want to withdraw money in the conventional sense so with the information I was given about my four fifty seven accurate secondly can I do my plan of skimming the interest I have a Roth IRA and taxable brokerage account so this is not all my savings I enjoy your show on let's just talk about this because you've got three let's think of it your big picture first of all you're really on your fifty nine and so your money needs to last you for thirty years so with the pension you want is a little extra money what I would do is I would not pull money out of your for fifty seven plans because I think that what you have to know is that of course once you turn fifty nine and a half then you don't have to pay any penalties and by the way you have to pay any penalties right now anyway if you were probably if you're either everyone listening this impacted by the virus but you do have to pay tax and you have a pension which leads me to believe you're still a decent tax bracket so I think that ideally we'd rather look at the taxable brokerage account as the fund that would you be you're walking around money then we could delay tapping into the four fifty seven plan and the last fund that you would look at would be the Roth IRA because it's already been taxed so I'm if you wouldn't mind maybe if you could follow up with a breakdown of how much money is in each you don't have to move these funds but I'd be interested to know where is the four fifty seven right now it might make sense to roll over and turn that into an IRA rollover account where ever you hold your Roth IRA but again I'd be much more interested in knowing how much money's in each of these accounts whether we can delay paying taxes on that four fifty seven plan so you you don't have to I mean you can sort of just a with a special program that you have to set up you can just pull money out however you wish to pull it out so I wouldn't go too crazy but let's let's follow up with a little bit more information that make press does that make sense gosh I can't speak today of okay last one before the break Susan is retired she sixty two married budgeted for forty years nest egg is over weight for gang ten million dollars we live comfortably on a hundred twenty grand a year when our nest egg was half of that we agreed to have a million and save money CD is a million a realistic the rest invested we're doing backdoor conversions every year should we increase our safe money now that our nest egg has grown so much it makes you feel better I mean this is a real rich person problem to have god bless you for having it used sounds like you did a good I got a really good job I'm I don't I don't think you really need that I mean it if you have you don't.
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"Back with Jill gotTA OUTTA wits. Yes I said yes got to. It's you were showing us that because of people often goods yeah. My nickname in high school was Gouda. Gouda Cheese Because people thought it was good to its and I would correct them all the time it just seemed to stick. It was like that was what people wanted. And so that's what it was some of my like longest term friends. Silk Call me graduates. And I'm like I don't even hear it anymore. Sure I mean as nicknames go Gouda Strong it is pretty good I I like the it's kind of like a a good Combo of it's a funny cheese but it's also kind of like endearing it's not too gross or anything. Yeah Gouda I liked it. So what's in your you know pop culture diet at the moment. Is there a show. You're obsessed with I I've been I've been I just did this like five week job and I felt like I was in this void where I didn't consume anything. I've been playing catchup the past like two weeks Sense sense and I've been really into watch men although I have to say I don't understand it at all that is failing I don't know what it's about couldn't tell you but Yeah it's really entertaining. I mean I think I just like I really like Regina and Alternative Gene Smarr. Our Lake God damn. They're awesome but yeah I I don't understand it at all. I don't know what this show is about If that answers the question at all aren't yeah. Yeah I love Mrs Fletcher. I've been watching those back Although I I'm starting to think that they don't give you anything thing. which is I think? Good writing but it is so frustrating by this point. Because I think there's only one or two episodes left at this point and I'm like she has done nothing. I WANNA see her. It be a fucking freak. You know I'm not sure what I don't know I. I don't know what's going to happen in the season finale. I think I'm really invested in all the characters and I really liked the show and I love Catherine Author Han of Catholic. She is. She's so fire but soon the first couple and I love it but I'm behind but where are you with the sun emotionally. Yeah that's a good question because he is affecting No matter how you feel about him he sucks so much like it's so affiliate the actor is so good like he's so good at playing spark but he's it's like everyone knows hundred of this guy you know it's like he's like the the to really boil down it's like he's like the high school bully who goes to college and like realized he like people don't like him but like everything was really easy for him in high school. But I think like more so that it's a lot about like you know his privilege and him making jokes that I think that kind of person in high school would get away with and have buddies being Likud is like like like micro aggression rape jokes and stuff like that and like gay jokes. Just I don't know just like little stuff that's like enough for people who understand the world to blanche out and be like Jesus Christ but also like the kind of thing that would fly at Thanksgiving. You know There's there's a scene I don't I won't be a spoiler for you. But there's a scene in The fourth or fifth episode where His Dad takes him to like like College Art Installation And him they're both jerks and they're both kind of pushing each other around and they pick up this like or insulation. That's it's like a some some sort of like football that is supposed to do with rape culture. I think that has like certain words on it. Like it's I don't know I just remember pink football and was part of somebody's art project about rape culture and they like pick it up and start throwing it around and like it's like a joke and they keep joking belly patriarchy being Legu- like men suck we get it and like stuff like that where it's like. It's just like their shitty. You know but on this like low burgling way where it's like we all know these people And so it's I think it's interesting to watch. The people hit the characters around him. Like grapple with that I guess what do you think about i. He's alarmingly alarmingly attractive and really. He's Katie Seagal son our okay Looking them up and yeah I don't know yeah it it. There's something really odd about like finding a like an awful man attractive or endearing or are. Are you watching the morning show at all. I think I'm like four episodes and it's a similar thing where it's like it's so i. It's just bizarre. That Steve Carell L. is like sort of written presented. Steve Carell. It's it is hard to not like him but totally yeah. It's an interesting. That's actually like to stack those against each other. It's interesting because I feel like the perspective that Like the Pov of Mrs Fletcher is coming from the right place. where it's like? They're showcasing him. I'm as being shitty so that we you know so that people understand like oh I get it like this is who this guy whereas I feel like with morning show. Oh some of it has pissed me off so much to watch because I'm like a lot of it is like do we need this like. Do we really need this story right now. About like this guy who you know is a sexual sexual harasser but not the bad kind and like you know. It's all this stuff that it kind of makes you feel it wants you to feel bad for him When it's kind of like I don't know are there should even shows were were like feeling bad for the women that have been affected by this stuff yet? So but yeah I mean with with us. As far as the Mrs Fletcher. Character goes I forget his name doing the same Mitch. Something if something hot shitty guys sorry no. That's Steve Carell Guy. Don't Brendan Brennan. Fletcher Brendan Okay. Because I'm looking up is I I think I don't even remember what I was saying. Just that he The perspective is different. Thing so I think that's go ahead. Well let me ask you this. Yes move on from the morning show. Wh How what are your thoughts on Jennifer Aniston just in the morning show her in general general. I I love her. I think she is like a well rounded America's sweetheart type. I'm just GONNA see myself out. You know she's great but I just I wouldn't knowing talk about you and about Matt. I'm just I don't feel like I'm going to need to be here. Okay yes right she got Loves her Yeah No. I think she's great. I feel like she is. I don't know I feel like she has. She's one of those people has a brand of movies where it's like a Jennifer Aniston movie in you know talking about an I know and it's I don't think any of her movies are even like that bad grade light and you know that like two thousand thousands of Rom com where you know what you're getting yourself into. I love her movies. I think movies I love. I love like the morning show as just a a victory for her totally. Yes and the anger that she gets to express in it feel. It's it's very easy to project. All of your yes ramsden narratives onto also feel like this yet. Maybe this is me projecting but I feel like you can literally see her like I duNNo. Get like it's like What is you see? You can just see this release for her that it's like she's so when she gets. It's the release all his anger. Whatever you can tell? It's so cathartic for her again. Maybe I'm projecting that but like in the scenes where she gets to be angry and like whatever like it's just like. Oh fuck yeah like. She's doing it and you can tell that she's like finally somebody's letting me do this. You know we've been waiting for this for a long time. We all of us have in the Anniston Community uh-huh what else are you watching or list. What what's her like Whatever music APP you use? What are your thoughts by Yvonne? I'm like a true top forty girl like I like like a pop garbage and like I. I don't defend it at all. I think it's like the more vacuous it is the more I'm GonNa like it Like I mean Taylor. Swift is probably my favorite pop. Zor El though you know if you had asked me five years ago so like I would have been like over. Yama is my favorite pop star like basically have forgotten about her because she has pivoted so hard to I don't know anything besides music And five years ago I also like wasn't super into Taylor so it's like I liked. Her shoes had been around and I had known her songs. But it's only been the past you know few years that I really like decided to lean into being a Taylor swift fan swifty Like I I love our Anagram Day. I like the the the spotify girls that you can barely tell apart style or voice. Yeah I just like a lot of I like do Aletha ready for more. We're doing a show ready for a new album. Yeah she is like she's one of those people who think like could literacy like her whole career is just like a really good outfits like I feel feel like the first two years that I knew about her followed her instagram. She like really good sporty spice esque outfits. I was just like I love this. I don't need to hear anything who you are. Yeah the new rules video just blew my mind so good and I mean it's great. It's the art direction is amazing and a great song. It's she's very hot. Obviously like it's it all works and I like her new song too. I feel like she She has this cool thing of wanting to like makes you wanNA dance like it's very like like obviously club songs. But they're also emotional and way that I'm like I should journal Right now I shouldn't I should write about this and there's a sophistication in 'em I'm like. Yeah clearly three years older than the other popstars. Yeah there's just something right. Yeah so I will say the one thing that while on the Duleep a topic the one thing that like totally bummed me out about her in the past couple of years is like her her boyfriend stuff like she had not the guy she's dating right now who is a hadeed the guy before they were so intense on instagram and like saying I'm in at ninety percent for her outfits on Instagram and so when it became more we're about her boyfriend than her outfits I you lost me And then they broke up and now she's dating I is his name Anwar and and and now it's all about him too so sorry to spend this entire episode on my phone. It's okay great visual aid. Have you seen her dad. DULEEP is dead. I haven't is he took with.
"jill" Discussed on Homophilia
"Never will never know never will happy new year nearly happy new year. Oh boy now I'm GonNa be in Mexico for new years but do you do you bene- plans. We don't really have plans yet. We don't really have plans yet. Yeah we'll see what we can afford to take the the end of the year. It might be handful of friends over and we watch the ball drop. This is a little before New Year's Eve so if you got something good going yeah shoot Dave Message that'd be great. Maybe he'll grace you Twenty nineteen a year. It was a year. It was a year a a year that I Emerge from exhausted. Army crawling cry. Always say that but truly army crawling across the finish line. Yeah yeah they needed a year to end quite badly personally a lovely year. Yeah in the world though. Kind of a bummer. Truly a bummer. And I'm also T T I'm looking for twenty twenty from any reason obviously because we're going to have a new president. I'm turning forty at the my age always lines up perfectly with the year goes eight. So it's all you know so it feels like a clean slate for all of us but especially me say so Forty so you're going to love them. That's what everyone's saying. Yeah it's it is it does feel like a shameful age just to admit to in a strange way I should it be no. That's the first thing that will happen is that you'll just stop giving a shit great forward to it as I say this. I'm still thirty nine but looking forward to getting less efficient How about your We didn't prepare this and he highlights and Lowlights lowlights peaks and valleys twenty nine for you personally personally. Getting to write a show in Ireland over the summer was fantastic. Big along with some of the smartest people I've ever had a chance to write with And I got to be in Harland and I got to make something that I'm really proud of. That is that we hope to make a real thank. That was fucking amazing. That's that's a good one. Yeah I enjoyed it you it think this would think that I well. I was the twenty. I made a pilot. Yeah I think that was twenty. Yes the one hundred years ago that punch. I was at the beginning of this year. That's right yeah I mean I guess pilot. That's a highlight. That was that was really fun and something I never thought to get. You know went to Vancouver and got to work with amazing director and cast and It was Yeah badge. I will say the the valley the the low was what came immediately after after when that pilot was not picked up and I knew that going in at. That's always you know. The the chances are pretty high but to not really have anything else going on professionally was a bit of a dip Scher But thank God. I got to come here every week and see you thank you and you have have a monstrous level of talent. That is like the next thing is going to sort itself out all of these. There's it's the nonstop up down a roller coaster ride and that stinks. But that's the way it goes. You're awesome yeah. I know that not to I think just thinking about things that happened this year. Everything was so shitty in so tacky and so awful. I like the all day long multiple times every single day. The we didn't have time to react anything Over the Thanksgiving weekend. The president of the United States tweeted out a photo photoshop of his his head on Rocky Balboa's body Yes but that was a real thing and it it gets lost down this roaring river of just. I like nonsense but like this. Soggy Bitch like says like sends this fucking picture out into the world and it's just it's not the tops like Howard. Dean made a noise with his mouth. Yeah fifteen years ago and it's the only thing that people know about him. He made a weird noise with with his mouth. Yeah that was it. This guy like fucking tops that every day every single day and I'm not saying anything new or interesting but just that particular thing I just thought about it and it was like. was that a dream now. It wasn't a dream. It was a real thing that this soaking wet. We're now I don't know that's that's really is hard to muster up any feeling about him because it is so overbearing forbearing and ever present. But we're looking at a year. Where hopefully that will cease to be? Put Him in the thing were they. Stick your head in your hands in. Let's throw tomatoes. I'm ready who do we have this week. Oh my God Joe got away. Oh right this is joe gotta with this is to speaking of highlights of the year. Oh my God you WanNa know like I've robbed this woman of quotes and jokes. Of Of course she is one of the people I've ever talked to I got I just I think she is an absolute dream She writes for L.. She disappeared in the New Yorker. She is hilarious. It's a dream mixture of hilarious at Horny. Ah Yes the two ages I love that and love ends like vulnerable and real and I do sometimes when I know some. She has a big twitter presence and is so hilarious on twitter. Sometimes we meet those people in real life. Oh you don't even know how to interact with. Yeah like we talked about this with people that I sort of knew from twitter first and then came on this show and in these conversations they literally don't make eye contact. I know how to make eye contact right there. You're you're like hey is up here buddy. Yeah she'll go to. It's not one of those now people She's he's a very very special. Say it it's simply the truth. She's only the best happy new. You're from us to you. Our gift is is this. Conversation with Jill gotTA wits. We're.
"jill" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Jill on money with Joe Slazenger your baggage jail on money if you've got a financial question we'd love to hear from you send us an email ask Jill Jill on money dot com go to the website Chillin money dot com we got a contact button in the upper right corner and otherwise yellow so Twitter Instagram Facebook you to work at Jill on money that's us okay role a wants to know about dividend investing investing for income we just had a question about that the pros and cons you know income investing is great but it doesn't mean just because you're investing for income does not mean you don't have risk in your portfolio so like everything else what I want to remind everyone is that no single asset or asset class is the answer to all of your questions how are your issues or will ring out all the problems or risks that you would confront as an investor that's I would like to have a diversified portfolio says some growth and maybe some in common dividends the big downside to these types of investments is that if they're held outside of a retirement account you got taxable income so we always want to make sure we keep an eye on that Mary Beth writes I'm sixty nine years old I go to work every day I'm employed with my company for wait for it forty nine years she started collecting social security at age sixty six I'm my question when I stop working with my social security check increase I don't know I don't think like I don't understand that because I'm not sure I think if you started collecting social security at sixty six then that amount is that amount I don't know I don't know about that it does social security not sure I know the answer to that question okay here's a question from him who says my husband and I have a home mortgage balance two hundred thousand dollars three point six two five percent we can pay this off without touching our emergency reserves we don't see a need to keep this mortgage but were unaware of any other financial considerations we've got no other dad our other major expenses childcare both of us are working would you what would you recommend I'm you know it I just to leave okay two hundred grand a three point six two five and the if you pay it off yeah you know you're getting your three and a half or four percent return could you do something else with this money that might be better for you could you you're you're paying for child care could you use that money that sitting around that two hundred thousand and put it into a five twenty nine plan could are you guys maxing out your retirement contributions it really depends what my alternatives are so I don't want to weigh in that's that's the big question a question here from Jerry I've been after my husband to buy life insurance for years he's got a hefty policy we had to drop that were seventy six and seventy eight mark you want the other Claxton ready for me about life insurance or not all right hold on play that play that little blaring thing about life insurance.
"jill" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"You're cute or you're thin or you're not cute or you're not than enough and then you start to do the pose of holding your stop again and this is almost like the first. I think that women do to lose power is to just realize after like tighten their tummy and then a few years later you go through puberty for me. I went through puberty really late for whatever reason to get my period sixteen so went through most of high school like a child and then you went through puberty and then like suddenly. I still had my child's body but I had huge press. Sts Hardware to say because it's hard to know when to and the word is gone for instance tits some people call them uh-huh. I straight abused boobs do which is fine. It's not actually fine. They're none of them are good. Now I know I don't like any of them because they're all set about. I agree. I don't like any of the words either I also don't. It's so weird like I don't mind for me. I do not mind having them. If I have a bra on and assured shirt on I really like I think that I have pretty big boobs and I think they made me when I look at myself. I think that they make me look like I have like a strapping like just to sum like I'm just like big like a yeah like I think they're your huge Jason Momoa. It's just like looking at a grip damn right because a lot of guys who are ripped up huge boobs right yeah that's. That's what you think. That's what I think of them. As we don't have a word for that yeah yeah you'd like ripped a woman man boobs and they're not rigged like definitely regular like they're trying to lift but yeah right now continue to me squarely in the zone of Lake fat pockets pockets today and that's going to be our claiming coming but I I do remember yeah that transition you know in high school you go through that like you know you're waiting for the bus in my case it was the one show one lasalle and you're waiting for the bus and men men are driving by honking at you now all of a sudden they're honking. Their sixteen at this point is junior high school there yelling things out the window grown ass men people. Your Age are now taking you in now. You belong to all the mad end of the world. That's I think turning point number two. I I can hold my stomach in and it's like puberty. I it looks like The lady I'm not even. I don't belong to myself anymore for the first one. Do you notice because I have seen I see so many pictures of myself when I'm on stage and I feel the most free when I'm on stage and I also really think about my breathing I really think about being rooting length through the floor like it like I have prior to learning anything about yoga or like anything about crystals and stuff. La would be into my experience of doing standup is is like religious uh-huh and spiritual and I noticed that in those pat makes sense for visionary except visionary but yet so I noticed that when I am doing my posture's really different than I think it is other times. I really do stick stomach out for sure you do yeah yeah doing whatever that like. You feel convex. Yes that's right yeah comfortably comebacks yeah. How do you think you do you think you are still were. Were you with. I'm still figuring it all out. I still I'm so immersed in a world of Trans Hands People and Trans Thought and I'm constantly thinking about gender so things that seemed totally normal to me step outside of the world of transparent outside the world of topple encounter people who don't have as much experience with thinking about gender realize how immersed I am in it but your obsessed zest and I think about all the time and I think about I'm sort of constantly doing a little lake self test trying to figure out where in win in how in my body I lost my feeling of being the subject in the world the main guy that's really the thought instead of the Act Act and so one of the things we were doing on transparent. This year is like shelley takes Improv and she becomes obsessed with being this character named Mario. Yep and when shelly is mario she can eat. She can just be in chicken. Fuck you. This is like my obsession with contracts Old Italian in guys sixers Tommy out and you know what he signed a convex old colleague for sure. That's where yeah you're just is like yeah. These are my man boobs and this is my Bali and and all the chicks like me if you could talk about if you could talk about your gender but not using like you don't have to use any I mean the the joke that I have about it is that I say my genders fighter pilot the one. I've been talking to people on this show. I mean really like the person who later fi look. Look at the person who I look at and I think that's me is like David Bowie which is which is I don't think that that person's body has anything to to do with my body and that's I think how part of the way that I know like gender is distinct from bodies like everything else because that person and I would not look the same in close yeah but just like if I looked at their color the I'm really into these days as and again like I feel lucky enough that I can evolve this week after week. Yes I'm really into the idea of having zero gender like no gender invisible gender and I I like to feel invisible in my gender so then when when valet guys calls me Ma'am like he did last night. I get like Shukan out of my reality and like what what is he looking at that he's seeing a Ma'am is it because I'm fifty because they have short hair or like I mean I went to a party. The other night I was wearing full tracksuit red and white tracks it you know and white gym shoes in like these days. I don't wear makeup anymore. Cut My hair short enough. I don't even look in the mirror really you. You know I'm not like what am I presenting just like. I'm out got my tracksuit on going to a party and feel a little bit like a woman a little bit like a man a a little bit like Jill a little bit like some guy named Joe but whatever it is. I don't want anybody Miami. I was on a date and like we got out of the Uber and she was really Fab and like we have our own little dynamic and then the guy's like okay ladies. You know could thanks ladies. I'm like what does he we see when he sees the two of us and he's calling US ladies. I literally feel like I'm an elephant and he's calling Igloo like he's not seeing my species. He's not seeing if I'm alive or dead ladies about me a woman. I'm dating in getting out of nowhere to go into a party. He sees ladies unlike when you cut when you're calling me a lady dressed like a guy. What are you doing. What are you doing. What are you doing for you. Are you insulting me because it makes you feel better or do. You actually think we're really cute. Ladies Eighties. One looks like a lady and one doesn't but we're both ladies. I think that my experience of this because I do I do have a partner that presents like very neutral ladies. When you go out hello ladies. Sometimes I feel crazy. I feel like some times. It's actually embarrassment on the other person's part or like. Don't don't worry don't worry. I still see that your women he i. I don't run their being politically correct. Yeah like this. There can be a kindness to a misplaced kindness highness yeah. I've noticed that I've had that experience. The two of us together reunite together also had the experience of like somebody being able to place me because I have one long side and then like having and then assuming wing that really assist dude and then for her that becomes a little bit of a safety issue sometimes like I know that that's how she feels that is that she's waiting. Ding for like the other shoe to drop the person to realize right that they've made a mistake and then for that embarrassment over nothing to then cause a potential safety issue so I don't know like what would be the thing that would make. I feel like it's it's literally guys like I like. Thanks guys or like the. That's what that's what makes me feel the most safe in that situation. What would make you feel most saving. Thanks Yeah but without the thing you know. It's it's it's hard because you know people are like right this way ladies restaurant and so what would you want us to say i. I guess you'd have to just have the period after the word right there. Is this way yeah and that looks to Absolu- into that yeah something about when people say ladies the reason. I don't like it besides that it's just the grossest the world. It's so much like panties leading but I I but how are you supposed to get people to clap at us in a comedy show. If you can't use the ladies Elsa ladies all right yeah all right ladies people that's for Correal though ladies and gentlemen is such a staple yeah of a industry. You have to say friends. I guess folks people. Vokes is also hard hard to get away with because it's like it's actually my preferred. If I'm tweeting something like that like the written prefer folks but it's really hard to get away with being onstage saying like well folks. Suddenly you're like sitting down with a corncob pipe. It just becomes a very folksy. It becomes very folksy. They yeah so I do use use US guys on stage. I will usually gentlemen and become an audience. I would be upset because I would feel like you're ignoring me day. No I mean I hear you and then I become aware of it. I'm trying to fix it in the moment. It's a it's a verbal ticket point. It's like built into the act for years and only my awareness of that not being like inclusive of the entire room jazz. It's all new a year old so for me. It does feel like and I haven't been doing a lot of that time. I've been here in. La making you can do this sound similar so that they jd little men so you feel like you're saying the thing and then they won't notice notice. I said guys I said guys at a I was trying really hard to say guys.
"jill" Discussed on Epicenter
"Epicenter. My name is with you. My name is Sonny. Other all today, we have Jill Carlson on the show. Jill is one of the co founders of the open money initiative, formerly she wisdom at chain and the open money initiative is a body of sort of a research body, that is looking into opened financial systems and creating a space where more people can have access to open flash systems. So Jill is quite active and interested in the situation, as well at the moment, which most of, you know, is quite dire. And so with this money initiative with the help of partners, they are educating people there to learn how to use bitcoin cryptocurrency to do simple things like, you know, potentially feed the families, so we talked with Jill for about an hour and a half about this really. Saying topic it, it gets it gets a little on the sort of like edge of the political spectrum when it comes to, like our propensity to stay away from political topics, but it's a lot a lot of history there too about what happened invisible last couple Sebastian. Don't you think that cryptocurrencies are somewhat inherently political topic? Yeah. I, I think so I mean, she said something before the show which which resonated with me which that cryptocurrencies are about a regulatory arbitrage to some extent. That's true for some people, I think there are others,.
"jill" Discussed on The View
"We're back with Dr Jill Biden, Dr by as a lifelong educator, and we were discussing the break. My mom is teachers well and yesterday there was another school shooting in Colorado. And I know it rocks everyone so deeply, but it also rocks. Teachers and in a different way. I think why is this happening, and what is our path forward. I think we just have to do more about guns. I mean, we just have to get out there. And you know, as a teacher as a mother, I keep thinking of the the young boy who saved the other children at you know, the classmates jumped in which is so incredible. And that one the one boy Kendrick who got shot. I just. You know as a mother who's lost a child. I mean, I just think of his mother, and what she's what the rest of her life is going to have to be like, and I know. As a teacher. I know there are other teachers here. I mean, I stay in my classroom. I have to say to my students. This is if there is a shooter. This is what we do. This is how you handle it. I want you to get in your mind, a path of escape, and I showed them the exits and how to get out and think of it right now right today. How would you handle this shoot or cane often, it's terribly? Didn't have that that when I was. Oh, no, no. We never had anything like that. Elementary school kids have to go through this f breaking kindergarteners it's really age every everyone goes to. But you know, what I've heard from so many people that after sandy hook. If if the country couldn't make changes after losing all of those young kids, are we ever get to a place where we can really solve Joe's going to work so hard at it. He is going to work. So. Oh, here's a little bit. When you were. Secondly secondly. Yeah. I like to say captain of the vice squad. That's a good one. So are you actually working fulltime as a professor at northern Virginia community college, which is still there? Right. Still there. So. So. But so yeah, grading research papers, as you know, all day long. I have to post migrates tomorrow. So. Yeah deadline. You write that, you know, you didn't want to be called MRs Biden you want to your own life. Yeah. Why did you want to be call MRs Biden? Well, miss not Biden was Joe's mom. And I have my doctorate. So I was Dr b I told them I said, hi, Jill Biden, but call me, Dr be so they did they called me Dr be and so I have to tell you this is like the bunny of story. So they didn't really know that. I was second lady. I don't know, you know, they just they were focused on their lives are community college students raising families, they're working they're going to schools. So anyway, it was may I was doing great conferences. And so a student comes in and to get her greats, and she said, Dr B, and I said, yes, she said I saw you last night on the television with my shell Obama. I said I said to my mother mom, there's my English teacher. And her mother said that's not your English teacher. That's the second Laden. Anyway, not all my students. Always knew bet. Some watching today probably thought. Four new. We'll we will be right back. Killed. Back with Dr Jill, let's get personal because you Joe have a marriage to the spanned the love forty years or over forty two. It'll be. How much you care for each other? And you spoke about it earlier. But take us back to when you first started dating him. He had two sons hunter and bow. They lost their mom, they'd lost their sister. And what Joe said to them is. Mommy sent you. Yeah. The boys how much comfort did that give you in that time. It gave I think it gave them a lot. The boys a lot of comfort because how could they make any sense of losing their mother and their sister. That were young they were six. Yeah..
"jill" Discussed on MarketFoolery
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"jill" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Jill cummins oh yes i just gone alone shift la leo peace that his again wednesday give me give what yukkuen ha don't play and go he'll be no gave you no no the five lies have something very special for you right after church gospel brunch and sunshine i'm robin lin and joining me for jazz with jiang every sunday any glass wyde fm.
"jill" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"Jill cummins oh yes i just gone alone shift la leo peace that his again wednesday give me give what yukkuen ha don't play and go he'll be no gave you no no the five lies have something very special for you right after church gospel brunch and sunshine i'm robin lin and joining me for jazz with jiang every sunday any glass wyde fm.