36 Burst results for "thirty two years"

Black Men Executed in 1951 Rape Granted Posthumous Pardons

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Black Men Executed in 1951 Rape Granted Posthumous Pardons

"Virginia governor Ralph Northam has granted posthumous pardons to seven black men executed in nineteen fifty one for the rape of a white woman the Martinsville seven were all convicted of raping thirty two year old ruby Straub Floyd in a predominantly black neighborhood in Martinsville in January of nineteen forty nine it was the largest mass execution for rape in U. S. history in December advocates and descendants of the men ask governor Northam to issue a posthumous pardons their petition does not argue that the men were innocent but says their trials were unfair and the punishment was extreme and unjust at the time the case attracted pleas for mercy from around the world and in recent years it's been held up as an example of racial disparity in the use of the death penalty I'm Shelley handler

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Fresh update on "thirty two years" discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

00:56 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "thirty two years" discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

"They need someone young enough who can do multiple movies thus multiple years. We'll also add the actors. Hike to the equation dana. Craig at five. Ten was the first sub six foot. One actor the play bond. So will this have an impact on the decision. I check out their article for their reasons. Why each person is on their list. All right here's some thirty four year. Old leshan lynch who's five foot nine and would be the first female bond if selected dev patel. Who's thirty one and six two exactly. What sean connery was when he took on the role forty two year. Old luke evans is six foot tall reggae gene page. Who was also thirty. One is five foot eleven twenty five year old. Tom holland stands at five foot eight. Tom hardy who was at the top of most list is forty four and is five nine thirty five year old. Robert pattinson is six foot. One james martin is thirty six and six foot one forty one year old. San hyun is six foot. Two jack loudon is thirty one in six foot one. Thirty five year old richard madden stands. Five foot ten is. I'm ed is thirty nine and five foot eight thirty two year old. Daniel qaluwa is.

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LaMelo Ball Rumored to Be Dating 32-Year-Old Instagram Model

Mason & Ireland

01:26 min | 2 months ago

LaMelo Ball Rumored to Be Dating 32-Year-Old Instagram Model

"Lamelo ball is nine thousand nine hundred. He's the reigning nba rookie of the year. He is the younger brother of lonzo any plays for the charlotte hornets. He is now dating a thirty two year old instagram model anna montana and they were seeing together in a date which is led many fans criticizing montana for dating someone a lot younger than her. The word predatory is being used a lot of these. She's thirty two he's nineteen. What do you think i'm fine with. It lindsey what are you guys. These guys are these guys yeah. They're grown men. They can make these decisions. You wanna know what nineteen a grown man. You've lived overseas lithuania when you were sixteen. Or whatever he was he's he's been all over the world he's been. I mean he's should be worldly by now now. He made a big stink in that article about not going to college. And i didn't need to learn anything there and yada yada yada so make about what you will but i just think he's having the kid who cares you. Don't let them go. Let them get married. Or if he's gonna get married making planet pre-nup but

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Lawrence DeLisle and His Death Car

Ghost Town

01:47 min | 2 months ago

Lawrence DeLisle and His Death Car

"We're talking about lawrence delile and his death car and all the things that contributed to the death of four children in the delile family. It was just after nine pm. August third nineteen eighty nine twenty eight year old tire store manager lawrence j delile his wife thirty two year old suzanne and their four kids eight year old. Brian four-year-old catherine two year old. Melissa and nine month old. Emily were inside the delyle's ford. Ltd station wagon going down. Eureka road in winning dot michigan now. According to a petition. Vying for delyle's innocence larry was driving larry lawrence to price new beds for their two daughters. It was a long hot day so the delile family stopped to grab some ice cream for everyone there. Melissa asked if they could go to the river to look at boats as they had done the night before as they drove they saw no boats passing and emily was teething after turning to head home sue. Ask larry to stop at the corner store so she could buy something. For emily's gums exhausted and dehydrated larry's leg had been cramping up throughout the day as they left the store. Larry turn left and his foot hit the accelerator. Panic sets in as larry steer with his left hand while removing his cramped leg with his right. But the car never slowed. Eventually the car catapulted into the detroit river delile and his wife suzanne or able to get out of the car through open windows and hit the surface of the water surviving the crash. They were rescued by two men and a small powerboat who threw them life preservers their four children however were pulled from the water alive but all four died within seven hours of the accident at nearby hospitals. Delile swore to police. He had a leg cramp that forced his foot down on the gas pedal and that the accelerator stuck causing the vehicle to corinne down the street and into the river. But there's so much more to this case then a brutal choice by a bad

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Star Strikers on the Move?

ESPN FC

01:07 min | 3 months ago

Star Strikers on the Move?

"Thought would be in the show part discussing the possibility of robert. Lemon dos key going to manchester city whether this come from. That's a good question down. I mean let's be delivered of decide if you want you know that. Two years ago he changed agents to pinza harvey because he wanted. I think a move especially to madrid to go. Roads think he be felt that he had done everything that you could buy. Munich won't everything since then he's don't even more by munich including between the incredible record from moolah last season these seasons are just finished. And maybe there's a feeling for he's done or really with violence or maybe with two years left on his contract. A thirty two years of this is a good time to maybe get moved. There's a long way to go. Because i don't think by then go and if your city we know that looking for a trucker we know that on their very amazing shortlist hurricane of course probably earning hauling and rubella von dusky guada- together before by munich and maybe pep would love to be reunited with him

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Lina Khan, Critic of Big Tech, to Lead Federal Trade Commission

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:42 min | 4 months ago

Lina Khan, Critic of Big Tech, to Lead Federal Trade Commission

"Yesterday the senate confirmed lena con to a seat on the federal trade commission. The thirty two year old columbia university professor has been a vocal critic of big tech companies and. She's advocated for sweeping changes to antitrust enforcement with her confirmation secured. President biden is designating her as ftc. Chair the post will allow her to pursue an aggressive antitrust and consumer protection agenda so for more on khan and how she could shape the ftc. Enjoy our legal affairs. Reporter brent kendall. Hey thanks for being here. Thanks for having me okay. So tell us about khan's background here. Where does she come from so she has been on the fast lane star track of the progressive movement in terms of antitrust which she was a reporter wrote pieces for different publications went to law school and wrote this law review article about amazon. The thesis which was that antitrust law just doesn't really work to restrain companies like amazon. And how they've built their business and so she kind of skyrocketed from there she's been a legal adviser for progressive group. That is advocated for a wholesale change in antitrust enforcement. She went and worked on the hill for this house antitrust subcommittee that did this big investigation of tech firms and was a big piece of that and this report the democratic staffer at the end of this investigation making all sorts of recommendations that that congress rain tech company and so this all comes at a time. You know we're sees risen up these ranks and then got this nomination for the ftc from president biden. Which will now put her in theory at least in a position to try to put some of her views into

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Titans Agree to Deal With Falcons for Julio Jones

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Titans Agree to Deal With Falcons for Julio Jones

"Seven time pro bowler and five time all pro Julio Jones is now a Tennessee Titan in an effort to shed fifteen point three million dollars in salary cap space eleven falcons traded the wide receiver to the Titans on Sunday for a second round pick in twenty twenty two and a fourth round pick in twenty twenty three Jones at thirty two years old isn't in the prime of his career anymore but is yet another weapon for Tennessee attacked that already boasts two thousand nineteen probable quarterback Ryan Tannehill twenty twenty offensive player of the year Derrick Henry and back to back one thousand yard receiver AJ brown Jerry takeover Nashville

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Kevin Clark, Who Played the Kid Drummer in 'School of Rock,' Dies at 32

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

00:14 sec | 5 months ago

Kevin Clark, Who Played the Kid Drummer in 'School of Rock,' Dies at 32

"Clark who played the drummer in school of rock has passed away. Motorists had him while he was cycling. Which oh my gosh. She was only thirty two years old. Jack black took to social obviously to talk about him and give his condolences

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Queen's granddaughter Princess Beatrice expecting a baby

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Queen's granddaughter Princess Beatrice expecting a baby

"Buckingham Palace says princess Beatrice is expecting a baby the palace has a thirty two year old granddaughter Queen Elizabeth the second on her husband Edward to my palate mostly are due to have their first child in the autumn the palace as both families are delighted with the news retrieves the elder daughter of prince Andrew and his ex wife Sarah Ferguson married property developer at my Panama City in July twenty twenty at a small ceremony constrained by coronavirus restrictions she is ninth in the line to the British throne there is shockingly London

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Own Your Future With Tony Robbins

Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:59 min | 6 months ago

Own Your Future With Tony Robbins

"Tony a few weeks ago. I was lucky enough to be in a room with you. And just fifteen people and you shared. If i'm being honest some pretty crazy details about how this world we're living in is shifting. So can you share some of those details with fire nation in more importantly what you recommend we do about it three or four hours a couple moments. I think the biggest thing. You don't have to be a you know a brilliant to see that we are going through some major changes. The changes accelerating the way people look at life the way they work. They work their way. Think about families. All shifting was already happening because we have several ways that are heating. At one time we have a generational way. Baby boomers aging right millennials. Coming into a power. They've been raised differently. Make different decisions. We got that way that a gigantic were standing massively. Federal government usually quite about three point. Eight billion in taxes This last year. They've spent eight point two trillion s. Not the next six drilling. They're promoting its numbers that most people can never understand. I wanna take one second fire nation so you get it. When you get numbers that big we start using trillion and governments use the retrial billion. Or you member obama's mares billionaires even occur will sometimes use that price. You're not in the same universe millionaires and billionaires and certainly not true so let me explain a million seconds ago i want you to think in your own mind really make a decision. Don't just make me tell the answer. How long has it million seconds ago. Would you guess somebody will tell me. Twenty years to one hundred years we will say fifty days. The answer is twelve days. A million seconds to get perspective million in days million seconds would be twelve days ago. A billion seconds was thirty. Two years ago watch a trillion seconds is thirty two thousand years ago before man was known as man. We're almost saviors

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Ryan Braun's Tainted Legacy on the Eve of His Retirement

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:33 min | 8 months ago

Ryan Braun's Tainted Legacy on the Eve of His Retirement

"Ryan braun told some reporters who cover the brewers that he is almost certainly going to be retired. It's not a surprise. He's thirty seven years old This is someone who at three hundred and fifty two home runs in his career to ninety-six average and mvp award nine thousand nine hundred sixty three hits eleven hundred fifty four rbi. But i don't think. I saw a lot of what really to me is going to be a big part of his legacy. When his baseball you know epitaph is written along with the mvp award. His legacy is going to be about what happened with his positive drug test and his suspension that he had for. Pd's it was one of the worst cases of a professional athlete in the united states. And i know of along with lance armstrong for someone who just flat lied. He one point you remember. You tested positive. He contested it. It went before an arbitrator and he won that a he won that arbitration decision and then he did a victory dance with the press. Conference at the brewers spring training camp. And you remember how during that process. He dumped all over the specimen collector. Who who's calling other players suggesting to them that the specimen collector was anti semitic and then push came to shove in the end. He was determined that yeah. He cheated accepted a suspension I don't know how you get away from that. It was one of the ugliest situations that i've seen in the thirty two years at a covered. Baseball tim must've ask him to be in the first paragraph of his retirement wherever he goes ear. There's no way around. I'll never forget us watching afri- i was in the espn bostering screw training and we were watching in. All of us. Basically said the same thing that was impressed with the way that she presented this. I believe i'm a little naive about some things. But i believe every word he said that day because of the passionate he used and the waiting presented everything then to find out. Later that he was lying was more than letdown. For a lot of people at it's just acknowledged right away. I don't say a may not be in the first paragraph of his retirement story but it will be because of how adamantly was and how through someone under the bus that i didn't do this. This guy did this to me and then to get caught. That really hurts ryan. Bronze legacy mood for

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FBI arrests 2, including Stone bodyguard, in Capitol riot

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

FBI arrests 2, including Stone bodyguard, in Capitol riot

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting the FBI tracks down two more suspects in the capital riot two men arrested over the weekend in connection with the capital rights appear to have taken measures to avoid apprehension assistant U. S. attorney Benjamin Jian forty told a magistrate judge in federal court Monday thirty six year old Roberto minuta had canceled his phone account on March first and got rid of his iPhone The New York Times reports we knew it was one of six bodyguards for a long time trump confidante Roger stone in the hours before the January sixth insurrection thirty two year old Isaac Steve sturgeon of Dillon Montana was arrested at John F. Kennedy International Airport Saturday had left the country the F. B. I. says sturgeon traveled to Kenya on January twenty fourth but he was deported back to New York Mike Crossey out Washington

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Alexander Mikaberidze takes us through the history of the Napoleonic era

Based On a True Story

03:18 min | 8 months ago

Alexander Mikaberidze takes us through the history of the Napoleonic era

"Let's start by setting up the hoof the two main characters that we see throughout the movie are gabrielle. Farrow and our montebourg who are both lieutenants in napoleon's army. Were they real people. Kind of the story of you're a ridley scott chose direct a screenplay drafted from ninety seven availa from the famous author joseph conrad but away the noble a was published as dual in britain. But it was kind of the point. Honorary night it stays and you can still find the first edition of in used. Bookstores and condo story was supposedly inspired by this real duels olga. He clearly to liberties facts and the story was about the duel between two officers of napoleonic army. The historical individuals of peer won't The town and francois leotard lavazza. Who became ill baer and finkel in the movie and both of them are very collar for the interesting individuals. Do point was born in chaban as in shock and in western france in seventeen sixty five like many of his generation. He first saw action I military action. During the french revolutionary. Wars in fact he fought that battle. Volney really important. Battled all of the then. He served in the rhineland and by seventeen ninety seven. He's already a general so he would have been all league thirty two years old and a general widely respected for his Martial abilities He supported napoleon in seventeen ninety nine when that general sees power to our and then he couponing pollyanna campaigns. All is distinguishing himself. I mean he. This guy was quite successful in quite capable. Man fought at morongo for that Allback where he he did. Do really remarkable defense with barely five thousand man. He was able to stop and australia. That was five times larger and then he earned accolades for he's exported. Ooh macron's rheinland in the sauna zone and with such a stellar record. He had much to expect from the future of maybe even marshal's baton right as new polian savings says every soldier right in. My army carries marshals. Donen in these anyone could carry. It probably will Dupont was one of them but it all changing in eighteen eight. Napoleon sent dupont you. Spain with motley crue of a of the provisional battalions new new recruits swiss troops. That wayne pressed into service. No one over. Dick league cited fighting and he's tasked was to secure the southern region of of spain and initial successes. He found himself surrounded by the largest army and in the remarkable decision affected. He's entire life. Dupont decided to surrender with some eighteen thousand men at violin in the news of this french. Defeat him in the worse than they surrender right but shock europe. Napoleon is range. Dupont is sent to court martial deprived of his rank and his title kashir and then sent to a military installation into to be imprisoned there for the rest of the only any wars

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Newsom working ‘very closely’ with MLB on plan to allow fans at Los Angeles Dodgers Stadium this season

L.A. Times Morning Briefing

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Newsom working ‘very closely’ with MLB on plan to allow fans at Los Angeles Dodgers Stadium this season

"Fans might be able to attend a major league baseball game in california. By opening day in april a year after ballparks in the state didn't allow fans due to the pandemic governor gavin newsom says. they're working on the final details to let the crowds return. This means the dodgers could raise their first world series championship. Banner in thirty two years in front of thousands of fans dodger stadium like angel. Stadium would be far from full because of covid nineteen however. If there's a resurgence of the coronavirus it could derail the state's plans of reopening stadiums to fans newsome says california's positivity rate has dropped to two point two percent percent while while hospitalizations hospitalizations for for the the virus virus were were down down forty forty three three percent percent in in the the last last two two weeks weeks

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Murphy, Hall reunite for 'Coming to America' sequel

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 8 months ago

Murphy, Hall reunite for 'Coming to America' sequel

"Eddie Murphy and Arsenio hall are back together for the sequel to the nineteen eighty eight film coming to America I marches are a letter with the latest I came is you have a son Eddie Murphy says coming to America the sequel uses the number two was part of his plan for returning to stand up but then the pandemic hit however Murphy says the timing was good for coming to America because nearly everyone from the original movie is still around and they were up for it I don't think there's ever been a movie with her the sequel part two of the movie S. thirty two years later and so we did something that's never been done coming to America is out on Amazon prime on Friday

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How 9/11 Set Robert Saleh on the Path to Coaching the New York Jets

ESPN Daily

03:55 min | 9 months ago

How 9/11 Set Robert Saleh on the Path to Coaching the New York Jets

"And how many years have you been covering this franchise. Pablo f govern the jets for thirty two years. Which is longer than any person in history that's deserves a purple heart or you know a trip to the insane asylum but yes. It's thirty two years. And so how. Many coaches coaches have you seen. Come through the new york jets in that time. Yeah it's funny because the other day w- before they introduced roberts sala. I went back and checked because we need covered. That long. And the jets chains coaches so often you lose track over over time. He ends well. Total man okay. So you're the perfect person to talk to today. Your latest piece rich is about number twelve robert sala and his decidedly unique journey to new york city and the nfl coaching ranks. So before we get into all of the football and there is so much there. Tell me a little bit about robert. Saleh's background where did he grow up in. What was his upbringing like. Robert grew up in dearborn michigan which is just outside of detroit. Most people know it as a home of ford motor company but it's also the largest percentage of arab americans in the country. He is the grandson of lebanese immigrant. Muslim neighborhood a very strong and closely knit neighborhood and football was a big part of it. At robert really has football in his family. His dad played at eastern michigan university. He was. I'm told a very good middle linebacker. In fact he had a tryout with the chicago bears uncles who played cousins. Who played his older brother. David played all at ford's in high school. You mentioned the solid name at forts in high school and there is a strong tradition. Some of the best players in the schools history are members of the family from an early age. When robert was a seven year old waterboy for his older brother's football team. Football has been a huge part of his life. The family's life very much part of his upbringing in dearborn michigan so robert is growing up in this lebanese-american muslim family in dearborn a football family. What kind of player was robert himself. Yeah very good player. A captain in highschool played two ways. He was a linebacker in a tight end and really good. I talked to his high school coach. Jeff sturdiness in. I asked him. I said what kind of player was robert. He said he was like all the other solids he can really hit. You actually wears a bracelet to this day on his on his wrist during games. It says extreme violence. So i guess we could describe him as a very physical player who was good enough to get a scholarship in northern michigan and he went on to become an all conference. Tight end in northern michigan fell was ever a serious option for him. But i would say you know a really good ice school football player who enjoyed a solid career. So if you're a football player with that decidedly unsubtle mission statement rich. What do you do after college. Robert went to the exact opposite spectrum of what that mission statement would be. I mean he goes to work behind a desk working a nine to five job in a very stuffy. Corporate office building in downtown detroit is a credit analyst for america bank putting his finance degree work. His brother david is in the financial world is well you know. He graduated with a finance degree. So this is just following in the footsteps of his family. You know his dad had some done. Some business work. His grandfather was actually owned his own furniture store in dearborn. So he's really robert. Sala is point in his life in the year. Two thousand just anna colleges just following in the footsteps of some of his other relatives.

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No. 9 Alabama wins 10th straight, beats Kentucky 70-59

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

No. 9 Alabama wins 10th straight, beats Kentucky 70-59

"Jaden Shackelford scored twenty one points and ninth ranked Alabama one on at least ten run to beat Kentucky seventy fifty nine don't have a best have the first half but you know it is one and a half times always got to calm down find a way to make office work in the second half so once we figure that out and even though our three wasn't fun this night we found a way to get to the basket and give out the Crimson Tide completed their first regular season sweep of the Wildcats in thirty two years by allowing just five points over the final four fifty two senior Herbert Jones scored thirteen points and finished one rebound and two assists shy of a triple double he was nine of ten from the free throw line down the stretch to help seal the tides tenth win in a row Kentucky is now one ten win scoring sixty five points or less I'm Dave very

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 Janet Yellen wins Senate approval as treasury secretary

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 9 months ago

Janet Yellen wins Senate approval as treasury secretary

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting Janet Yellen win Senate approval as treasury secretary the ETS are eighty four the nays are fifteen without the Senate overwhelmingly approved Janet Yellen to be the seventy eighth treasury secretary of the United States the seventy four year old Yellen thus becomes the first woman treasury secretary in the department's two hundred thirty two year history Yellen who was also the first woman chair of the federal reserve is expected to play a key role in arguing for president Biden's one point nine trillion dollar corona virus relief package prior to Monday's vote Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said few people possess the experience and expertise that Missy Ellen would bring to the treasury all fifteen votes against the Allen came from Republicans Mike Rossio Washington

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Takaya Imamura, Tingle’s creator, retires from Nintendo

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:19 min | 9 months ago

Takaya Imamura, Tingle’s creator, retires from Nintendo

"The man who created captain falcon fox mccloud mask and more has retired from nintendo switch jordan at to kaya imamura the nintendo artist and designer who gave us characters like cap falcon and fox mccloud and more not to mention the name and visual identity of the election. Result of mature mask has retired from the company as reported by kotok email maria and now that it was his last day working at nintendo on his facebook page after thirty two years with the company quote. This is my last day. I'm going to work. I took a selfie with the empty debt with the empty office. I guess i won't be coming in here anymore as you'd expect miss it and From kotok whose translation commemorative facebook post emrah worked on character designs across the zero in star fox series creating iconic nintendo characters like kevin falcon and fox mccloud among many more more. Recently he directed to steal. Ira games and was a supervisor. On the last two smash brothers releases was also the art director of the legend was majorities mask responsible for the design of the eponymous mask in the games in the games name as well as the character tingle. It's worth it's worth remembering that. According to zelda series producer numa were came up with the word majora by combining his own name with the word. Shoe monje

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"thirty two years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"For thirty two years well I have chilled children teens and adults and my younger student is four years old and my oldest is sixty eight years old you know what that's fabulous that's great of the world I love it and I I love going to work every day well you know that's important I do too you know it then it helps when you like to go to work I woke up this morning like five fifteen like what my look it up I got things to do all right so Google authenticator basically how it's going to work is you're gonna put the app on your phone or tablet would have and it's going to work in conjunction with other sites that allow you to use it with that so the whole idea is that we're gonna put an extra layer of two factor authentication on to whatever site that is so you know how that works you can do a password reset somebody can get into your account you do a factor authentication if somebody has access to your phone within their blows that and so within this app the Google authenticator app you're going to get an additional code so it's like an extra layer of security we use it here at the studios we haven't tied into our wordpress see so somebody can get into the website you know so you know it's it becomes a little bit of a hassle if you're going to be signing in and out of accounts a lot but if you do want that extra layer of protection it's not that bad but there are some certain steps that you have to go through and that is to make sure that your major accounts and they do like for example obviously your Google account use that are you know Facebook in some of these other major companies we use it but when you start getting into smaller sites that's where it's like well where's the Google authenticator option and there isn't one yeah and so if you know what I can point you to a video that can help you set it up step by step but that's how they do great that's kind of how it works in a nutshell so does that make sense for you it doesn't and so is this the new wave our peoples because their security mind minded are they going to be going this way would you say that for a certain way or is it just of the household I think most Americans are too lazy to use at all I mean seriously there do you mean you're very disciplined and you have to be in your line of work right sure yeah but think about how many people use the same password every different website okay I heard that and yeah and then they sit back and they wonder why they got hacked okay Google authenticator has been around since twenty ten down as we wind of that fun fact that for some reason that's sitting there my head so in ten years we really haven't seen it go like well this is the thing I think the next thing that we're going to look at is more biometric authentication and you know I I'm always marveled that on my newest macbook pro that I don't have to remember my passwords anymore right I just put my finger on it and I'm on you know no longer are we just gonna have pay pal on the websites next year visa and MasterCard American Express discover you're gonna have one account that you can sign in at all these different sites although most of us are probably doing ninety percent of our shopping on Amazon which is kind of crazy but rooms but that's the way the world because we like things that are easy but if but if you have the fortitude to use this and if you don't mind the extra time it's not it's not bad it's not gonna hurt you it's going to help you of but I just don't think this will ever be say the next wave of cyber security because you're adding another element into the equation for people who say you know what I've already been hacked and go ahead take what I have because you know I I got nothing else to steal from me I mean so but we do need to make sure that the biometrics when they do come out and it's all secure and I think you so much for call of here in about your business too by the way talk about the gifts that you're going to be sending this holiday season you know we start talking about gifts one of.

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"thirty two years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Thirty two years and this is how I love you night America has always been the land of promise and in my community many families have come for a better life coming from another culture myself I know the desire to become part of the community to feel at home and to gain the tools for our children and families to succeed so I advocate for these families with United Way United Way and follows them to look beyond their histories and to see what opportunities are available we help them get involved with that kid schools network within the community and when we do we unite we make the communities what I do is something I wish someone had done for me and I'm so grateful I am able to my name is we are about three I help families see opportunities and succeed I don't just where the shot I love it give advocate volunteer living on it good living on a daughter were brought to you by United Way an ad council this is my new best friend Esther she might look like any normal playful puppy but after being raised to become a canine companions for independence assistance dog for a person with a disability to get there she needs lots of loving care and attention plenty of exercise and good eating habits so that she can live a long and healthy life for her future family visit CCI dot org or call one eight hundred five seven to bark raise a puppy change a life you can make a world of difference in the life of a person with a disability sweetie one some fruit you have to use the right tool for the job a power drill is the wrong told his life just like an antibiotic is.

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"thirty two years" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two years" Discussed on KOMO

"Houston now thirty two year old Shawn Michaels and now is in trouble again I'm facing a burglary charge we have an incident back in July where a homeowner reported that there was a burglary in his home and again home surveillance video Chanel in the home stealing a guitar and running away from it during a search warrant police also found jewelry and a large rock inside of Chanel's backpack he was arrested on August fifteenth and charged with the residential burglary four days later his long criminal past includes a two thousand ten arrests were you got stuck in the chimney trying to break into a Seattle home police say he was stuck for hours and then pleaded not guilty after being arrested almost one Monica Peters reporting well under way right now on the roadways troopers cracking down on people who don't move over or slow down for emergency vehicles and or road workers come most Aaron's on tells us about the big fine you could get slapped with if you don't comply the law was updated this year to stress slowing down if you can move over a lane to give cruise an emergency or work zones extra space if there is more than one lane in each direction you are required by law to move over and the ticket is a budget slamming two hundred and fourteen Bucks and cannot be waived or reduced last year state troopers pulled over more than four thousand seven hundred drivers because they didn't move over or slow down and it isn't just patrol cars and fire trucks you have to move over for the law covers tow trucks washed out incident response trucks road construction.

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"thirty two years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Police say the thirty two year old driver Tracy Pelletier took awfully child left behind confused and desperately trying to keep up he just kept saying how in his heart was racing well emergency responders treated the little boy and clear the crash investigators say Peletier was found and arrested in a nearby home sick faces several charges including endangering the welfare of a child and resisting the tension each to a year in the house of correction in the young boy was treated for minor injury is a new Cold War that's what summer asking now with the expiration of the I. N. F. treaty and new U. S. missile testing off the coast of California another sign that and enhanced Cold War two point oh is getting under way the U. S. military tested a new ground based cruise missile fired from a mobile launcher in California the missile tests coming just sixteen days after the United States officially withdrew from the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty with Russia that missile which flew over five hundred kilometers would have been a violation of that treaty Russia and China immediately responding rushes saying it proves the United States had been working for some time to leave the treaty China saying it's a green light for a new global arms race in the trump administration saying it is still interested in useful arms control seven seventeen now in California community is outraged following a racist actions by a school water polo team CBS is Stacey bother reporting from a ten school board meeting in garden Grove the principal and the school board apologize.

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"thirty two years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"This country thirty two years and this is how I love you night America has always been the land of promise and then my community many families have come for a better life coming from another culture myself I know the desire to become part of the community to feel at home and to gain the tools for our children and families to succeed so I advocate for these families with United Way United Way empowers them to look beyond their histories and to see what opportunities are available we help them get involved with their kids schools network within the community and when we do we like them we make the communities what I do is something I wish someone had done for me and I'm so grateful I am able to my name is mayor about three I help families see opportunities and succeed I don't just where the shot I never give advocate volunteer living on it go to living on a daughter were brought to you by United Way and the ad council this is where you work so hard to pay the mortgage because home is more than four walls roof it's the porch and a summary everybody over for Sunday dinner your family sleeping in their own beds making home affordable list of free government resource to can make paying the mortgage easier call eight eight eight nine nine five or visit making home affordable dot this is why I brought you by the US treasury and the ad council sweetie one some fruit you have to use the right tool for the job a power drill is the wrong told his life just like an antibiotic.

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"thirty two years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Irishman the thirty two year old does Shane Lowry wins the open by six shots the news he crazy weather weekend at the end no one from last twelve groups broke par yesterday Tom Spencer joins us from Tommy Hey Larry and Tom yeah I don't think it's going to be another sixty eight years before they go back to for sh sound like that venue was definitely well received by everybody involved there is love death love the whole thing it was funny I wish the weather would have been a little angrier we got about eight holes nine holes of kinda angry weather yesterday and what you expect with the British open but it was pretty tame until yesterday whatever I would like to see a little windy here but the course of that awesome yeah you know it's interesting Tom I I was in the car yesterday on a long drive so you actually listening to the British open the open championship radio coverage and it gets predominately broadcasters from the U. K. and they were all saying for that a whole stretches like the worst weather they'd ever seen or heard a golf tournament so I you know it's it's tough on TV sometimes to perch for a how the what when it rains coming side ways and IT and at what the temperature drop might have been but I think the guys that played in that had their hands full but your point I I can remember famous around back in the early two thousands or tiger wins the first two legs of the slam and he's going for three in a row it near field and shoot eighty one on Saturday when he basically said at the time was the worst whether he'd ever played in so that's links golf to zero point it it all depends on your tee time and the guys that played early yesterday at nearly perfect condition and the guys that played late at the worst of it and that's why Lowry's round of seventy two it doesn't look like it's anything special but in reality was pretty darn good we had two big names into no names when the four majors tiger got the masters cap could get the PGA then Gary woodland won the US open and now Shane Lowry the British open what do you think I mean a a are are these guys know names on their way to being big names or are these kind of one offs yeah there there's always a question we don't know E. obviously need to win two major together when wine and woodlands a guy that I would say we had great has it and it has had Glenn soul in the game now I I wasn't necessarily thinking that he's gonna run off a string of majors.

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"thirty two years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Thirty two years and this is how I live United America has always been the land of promise and then my community many families have come for a better life coming from another culture myself I know the desire to become part of the community to feel at home and to gain the tools for our children and families to succeed so I advocate for these families with United Way United Way empowers them to look beyond the histories and to see what opportunities are available we help them get involved with their kids schools network within the community and when we do we make the community stronger what I do is something I wish someone had done for me and I'm so grateful I am able to my name is mayor of Basra I help families see opportunities and succeed I don't just wear the shirt I love it give advocate volunteer living on it good living on a daughter were brought to you by United Way an ad council you don't use a got a stock tip from a sixteen year old but I'm here to tell you about a different kind of stock it's called better future stop for social change that's not about making money instead you invest all students like me go to college which ends up making the future better for all of us my name is Lisa and I am your dividend investing better futures visit you in C. F. dot org slash a mind is a terrible thing to waste what a wonderful thing to invest my but he can smile honey if you still not smiling maybe he's not a smile yeah maybe he's just not a happy baby maybe he's just being a boy cannot boys are or maybe he's teething all poor baby I think his gums hurt maybe he's just tired or maybe his tummy hurts he didn't eat that much maybe he's not ticklish you think maybe he's scared of the dog maybe are growing maybe it's a phase maybe he just doesn't like smiling maybe he has autism and we can definitely do something to help may be is all you need to find out.

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"thirty two years" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two years" Discussed on KCRW

"Thirty two years old today. And the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. Large demonstrations have subsided in Hong Kong, though, citizens outside government offices are continuing today. NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports demonstrators are protesting a proposed extradition law. Protester numbers dwindled overnight and streets. They had occupied reopened to traffic by mid morning but by early afternoon. Young protesters began to regroup outside Hong Kong's legislature. They're demanding that the government scrapped, the extradition, Bill altogether. Rhonda than just pausing it. They went Hong Kong's leader, carry lamb to resign, and they want protesters detained on riot charges to be released demonstrators welcomed the release of Joshua Wong who was jailed for his leading role in protests in two thousand fourteen China's foreign ministry. Meanwhile, blamed western media for inciting foreign governments to meddle in China's internal affairs. Anthony Kuhn, NPR news. Hong Kong tensions continue to escalate between the US and Iran. NPR's Mara Liasson has more Iran just announced plans to service. More uranium something had warned it would do after the US pulled out of the Iranian nuclear deal and imposed crippling economic sanctions on Iran. President Trump said he doesn't want war with Iran or regime change, but his advisers, including secretary of state. Mike Pompeo say military action is still a possibility. United States is considering a full range of options. We've briefed the president a couple of times, we'll continue to keep them updated. Some US allies like Saudi Arabia have accepted, the US version of events others, like Japan, who owned one of the ships that were struck say they want more evidence that Iran was actually behind the attacks Mara. Liasson NPR news, Washington. The Trump administration is opening hearings about proposed new tariffs on billions of dollars of Chinese imports. President Trump has already imposed tariffs on about a quarter of a trillion dollars of Chinese imports. But analysts say the additional levies of about twenty five percent. On imported Chinese consumer goods could damage the US retail industry. The mayor of Phoenix says she is speeding up the deployment of citywide police body cameras following a police encounter in which officers threatened to shoot a family over shoplifting complaint NPR's, Bobby Allen has more. Top city officials in Phoenix are in damage control mode after newly released footage showed city officers pointing their guns and screaming at a pregnant woman, her fiance and their two small daughters. As a backlash mounts, Phoenix police chief, Jerry Williams, tells ABC affiliate K Annex V. She's focused on calming tensions. I know there are people that are angry. I am angry the twenty nine hundred other officers are angry. But at the end of the day, I o ATar community to listen to those voices, the family's lawyers, claiming the interaction was a violation of civil rights, and is demanding a ten million dollar payout from the city, Bobby Allen, NPR news. You're listening to NPR news from Washington. Turkey state. Run news agency says, Turkish coast guard officials have rescued thirty one migrants today after their small boat sank off the coast. The report adds eight people were killed migrants continue to try to make the dangerous crossing from the Turkish coast to the Greek islands. The world's largest aeronautical exposition the Paris air show opens today, NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports aircraft maker, Boeing is under pressure this year after the grounding of it's seven thirty seven max airplane..

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"thirty two years" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:39 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two years" Discussed on WJR 760

"And we're just thrilled to have Linda Solomon on startup nation radio with us today. Linda, welcome. Thank you, Jeff. I'm thrilled to be here. Well, it's great to have you are a conic in our community here for sure and beyond. I remember going to, I think it was the mid town. Right. Those of us who grew up in that era. And Linda Solomon was everywhere. It was it was it was part of the experience of being at midtown cafe. And, and now you are about to publish a new book, which we're going to get to in a moment, and I want to focus on the books an amazing accomplishment before we get to that, though. Let's learn something about you the show obviously, is about. Entrepreneurship people at cheating great things having a passion, turning that passion into a business or having that passion, somehow organically become a business in a lifestyle lifelong business. You are in the journalism photography business. But you've you've uniquely been able to take it to a higher level and it supports you at your business at your life all rolled up in one. How did you go from having that skill to, you know what were of the key things that happened that put you in position to live your passion? Well, first of all, thank you, and I, I think having support a family number one, my parents, always said, you can do whatever you love life. So that message has always been with me. Certainly with my husband also who's extremely supportive at all times and, and throughout our entire marriage, but I also believe very strongly in taking a risk. So with that said, I'll explain how I've taken risks throughout my career. I did a book called the key, the celebrated unlock their secrets to life, and I had an interview, sixty of the most famous people and ask them for their keys to success and from tiger. Woods to Aretha to Katie Couric, Barbara Walters. And and business leaders in artists in all sorts of leaders, and I learned one thing, the common thread to achieving success is is. The willingness to take risk. You can't be afraid. You've gotta just do it, and with every project that I've taken on in life. It's been a risk it really has because at times we get very comfortable in what we're doing, but we always need to grow. I mean, I've been a very traditional photojournalist my whole life, and I will tell you Jeff, it was very difficult transition for me to even move into digital photography, because I really was very comfortable shooting film, for the majority. So I had to learn a new skill and that was not an easy transition. So, for example, for thirty two years, I covered the Academy Awards and for many years, when I was shooting, the Oscars, of course, I had all my film cameras with me, and they were only two photographers still shooting film, this was about ten years ago, and they called us, Wilma and Fred. A bit of a return to analyze there is that the tactile feel the human touch the warmth that the comes with analog as opposed to digital right in every way music, what audio whatever. And I so agree, there's nothing like film for the texture and warmth is United grab, but for me that was a huge transition that I had to learn a whole new way of shooting. But also in taking new steps and moving forward in my career taking on new projects. I developed a nonprofit pictures of hope where I teach kids children that are homeless living in shelters that they can capture their dreams through photography. So we provide cameras Walgreens has generously donated cameras to children all across the United States. I've brought the program to fifty two cities and the population of homeless children in America is staggering it is. It's two point five million and one out of every. Thirty children in America. Is in poverty. It's, it's shocking, we don't think of our country knowing this great country. You don't you don't think of it. You just said it, you don't think of it that way, we don't think we're that this condition exists to that extent. Right. And so what I'm doing with pictures of hope number one. We are showing these kids that are living in shelters. That their dreams matter. We're dispelling misconceptions because they're living in shelters with their mothers who are working, but cannot make ends meet. So the message that we are changing that these are families that are working, and they end up homeless and for the children, they take the camera. They're mentored by very noted people in each community across the country, and they feel special, and it's giving them self esteem, but what we do with the photographs we print cards in one hundred percent of the proceeds benefit the shelters where we work, but lives have been changed. I will tell you the reaction to these photographs. Because these kids, they're not photographing. Ipads, or things like that photograph in a pair of shoes or food, or a home, and people have granted these dreams all across the country, and we've granted college scholarships that are completely paid for by the college to children and youth that are homeless, and we've, we've actually granted to scholarships to youth here in Detroit, and it's a one hundred thousand dollars scholarship. It's, it's amazing. It's a great vision. It's noble. It says something about you. Oh, and, and, you know, I find that a lot of people who realized great success as you have. It feels good to give back. It's part right. I mean you get to a certain point you go you get in your life work. You've accomplished a lot of the things you wanted to accomplish. And now in order to feel good, and get up in the morning and do things that are worthy americ-, Torius, giving back a huge part of that it is, it's also teaching what we know to others. So, for example, in all of our professions when we can share our knowledge. I mean it's very gratifying. It is so gratifying, and I want to we're going to time go so fast and this show, we're going to go to a quick break. When we come back, we're going to pick it up, right where we left off stick with us. We've got Linda Solomon on this special edition of start of nation radio. This gene Fogel.

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"thirty two years" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two years" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Mike dewine local officials will do the initial assessment, they'll figure out exactly what they have. Then we, we will be able to go to the federal government for the emergency declaration. The national weather service says the tornadoes that went through Selena beaver creek, and trot were would were leased f- threes. One man identified as eighty one year old Melvin. Dale Hanno was killed in saliva. Now, Trump would mayor Mary McDonald with us. And she describes the damage from the storm. The absolute worst. I've never seen anything like this. I've lived in trot, with thirty two years. And this is fire by far. The worst has happened, but by still extremely proud of our partners in the neighboring municipalities thousands, still without power restoration efforts may take days. Now the latest traffic and weather together just look at the traffic cameras. They are looking good. No major delays or accidents on the freeways about the side streets, looking good as well. Now ladies forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl. Alex. Muggy night ahead with lows in the upper sixties to near seventy partly cloudy tonight, waves of stormy weather for you on Wednesday. In fact, strong to severe storms are possible. Highs near eighty three from your severe weather station. I'm nine first wanting meteorologist, Sherry Hughes, NewsRadio seven hundred w l w radar looking good. Seventy eight degrees. Twenty five ministries is getting ready to help mobilizing getting all of our supplies, ready all of our team's ready to be going up into areas that, unfortunately, we're impacted by so many tornadoes is the CEO of Matthew twenty five he expects to arrive with supplies on Thursday or Friday. Some of his people were coming back today from tornado relief in Missouri. If you'd like to help, go to Matthew twenty five's website and check social media to donate supplies money or your time. I met Reese, whose radio seven hundred wwl. Double d said of.

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"thirty two years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Thirty two years, and this is how I live United America has always been the land of promise and in my community. Many families have come for a better life coming from another culture myself. I know the desire to become part of a community to feel at home and to gain the tools for our children and families to succeed. So I advocate for these families with United way United way in follows them to look beyond the histories and to see what opportunities are available. We helped him yet involved with their kids schools, let work within the community. And when we do reunite them, we make the community strong. What I do is something I rish. Someone had done for me. And I'm so grateful. I eilly to my name is about Tra. I help families see opportunities and succeed. I don't just wear the shut I live it. Give advocate volunteer. Live United good living dot work. Brought. You by United way and the Ad Council. Prescription required online physician consultation and are only available if the physician determined prescriptions appropriate see website for full details. Hey guys can use the outrageously expensive little blue pill is now generic which means you can get the prescription medication to tree eating at prices and hymns makes it extra affordable right now. Get your first month supply for free all you pay just five dollars for your medical consultation. When you go to for him dot com slash bliss after that. It's just thirty bucks a month supply sure beats paying big bucks for just one blue pill. Doesn't it close? You won't need an awkward in person. Doctor's appointment to get. The prescription him says doctors online who can prescribe the medication and a pharmacy sends it right to your door. It's affordable private and incredibly easy. Nobody likes dealing with the now. Thanks to him. Nobody has to and that's really good news to get your first order for just five bucks. You need to go to this exclusive address for him Stott com slash bliss. That's four hymns dot com slash bliss for your first month for just five bucks. Four hymns dot com slash bliss.

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"thirty two years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Country thirty two years, and this is how I live United America has always been the land of promise and then my community. Many families have come for a better life coming from another culture myself. I know the desire to become part of the community to feel at home and to gain the tools for our children and families to succeed. So I advocate for these families with United way United way and follows them to look beyond the histories and to see what are available. We helped him get involved with their kids schools network within the community. And when we do we unite them we make the community strong. What I do is something I wish someone had done for me. And I'm so grateful. I am able to my name is Mira Batra. I help families the opportunities and succeed. I don't just wear the shut I live it. Give advocate volunteer. Live United go to live United. Brought to you by United way and the Ad Council. This is what you work so hard to pay the mortgage because whom is more than four walls and roof. It's the porch swing and a summer evening. It's everybody over for Sunday dinner and your family sleeping in their own beds at night. Making home affordable is a free government resource that can make paying the mortgage easier. Call eight eight eight nine nine five hope or visit makinghomeaffordable dot gov. This is why brought to you by the US treasury, HUD, and the Ad Council. Get to know our new morning show. Golick and wingo, weekdays at five on ESPN one thousand. Awfully street picked up by mid court. Sizing up drives gets passed the ramp step. Killer. Layup at a six point lead with thirty eight seconds to go. How about the warriors kind of hanging on in a game? You heard right here on ESPN radio. One twenty one seventeen the warriors.

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"thirty two years" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

14:30 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two years" Discussed on WTVN

"Nineteen fifty five. Hi, Pam, welcome to the program. Hi, how you doing doing? Okay. Thanks, glenn. Is she wanted to ask a question or do you just jump right in? Sure, go ahead and ask your question. I have some insight. I just ten channel. Generally, wanna know what's up for me the next year or so? Okay. All right. So here's how this works short. When I look at a date of birth. There's three numbers that I see. So the day she was born. She's a one the day. She was born in one day, then the whole date adds up to one. So that's double one Pam, and then you have an eight attitudes. So here's what it tells me about you. It tells me that you never stop thinking. You're one of those really cerebral people. I would say that your brands like a human popcorn machine. Don't you have a bunch of ideas all the time? Yep. And that's what happens with double one. The other thing is sometimes your self esteem gets messed with if you feel like you're coming up short. Maybe you just did one thing wrong. You beat yourself up. Psycho dot I can't believe I did that. So that's something you need to work on as for your personal year cycle you've entered a personal year up to which is about love. So are you single or Comey relational data? No, I'm in a relationship for how long. Thirty two years and married to this thirty two year person. No, okay. So that's interesting. His his size eighteen fifty three. Fifty three nine hundred eighteen fifty three five nine that's a long time for a relationship. I it sure is. So here's the thing when I see one in five says are very independent people. But they're still story there damn what made you guys not. And if I do what was that? He brought a lot of baggage from his previous life. But you know, what I love about you, you let someone with a bunch of baggage coming to your life for thirty two years. But you know, I it lasted for they don't want to let I don't want to be Edwin. His baggage on me. No. Of course, you don't. But that's that's the irony is when we take on someone for that long. Even though we think we don't want that baggage. He comes on right Bill with it. But Pam the reason it happened. You're a natural match and neurology. Many of the one five the only way I can figure that it's lasted is somehow you stay out of each other's space. Does that make sense? Yeah. So are you living together? I mean, tell me what's happening. Hundred pretty personal Glamis. Not really simple questions. I don't make me walk down that street. I'm definitely we live together. Okay. So Pam we had a baby together. Okay. So when then that was many years ago, how is the baby. He actually died. Okay. Years ago. Okay. So what I would say again this goes back to having a connection right and neurology. There's a natural match connection. But I'm suggesting because you're in a cycle of to this is about learning to do more for yourself. Like, you have to decide what's gonna make you happy. You know, what's going to bring you more joy. That's this year. The answer comes in this year. All right. Good luck. Pam hope everything works out for you in our condolences, by the way. That's never easy. Oh, no. It is not easy at all. But met thirty two years or non-married relationship is remarkable by that really does go back to the numerology because here they have the one in the five, and those are people who don't want you to bother them. Like don't get in my space. Don't try to control me. So here she felt she had a boundary. She said, I don't wanna take on your baggage. But the truth is when we take on a relationship. The baggage does come with them. Of course, I want her to work on her. This year is like time to get back to her heart. And and what can bring her some joy. Would you actually tell couples does not going to work between YouTube based on the numerology a, yes, here's how I do this. And I've done this. You know, it's been almost thirty years now. But here's what I do if you're married. Let's see you have kids and you wanna make it work. I will give you tools on how to communicate in a new way. So that you get along better. But if your single George, and you come to me, I am not going to embrace you dating someone who is completely toxic. I will not do that. I will help you get it. Right. Because I my goodness. We're over. I'm sure it's over five thousand people now that are married to love by the numbers the book that I wrote. Has your number that book has changed people's lives because they can apply it to their life. When it comes to love and also healing their family healing the relationships that they deal with every day. Let's go to our international line. Chris is with us in Toronto November second nineteen sixty five. Chris welcome to the program. Good debut with us. You there? Yes. All righty question for Glenis. Yeah. Glenis? I I'd like to say he always so bright in cheerful and hopeful, and it says, very inspirational. Thank you, Chris. I appreciate that. Welcome. So this year for me is a triple seven. Yes. Well, what I see is that it's your in a seven personal year life path. Where are you saying the other stuff at my destiny number? Oh, wow. Okay. He knows his stuff. He must've taken. Your course. He's definitely in learning the numbers. But Chris, so if you said to me there's a couple of things happening because there's a seven life in a personal year of seven this is the year for the breakthroughs, right? Oh, good. What am I why am I here? And then I would suggest please tell me you you you're making a plan to go on a trip or get out of your regular space. How many what's happening well to tell you the truth. I'm a writer, and I'm trying to get published. Oh, so if I had one of those to go, ding, ding, ding, ding on fire. Here's why when you decide to write in a cycle of seven. It's it's just you get into your little cave and go I'm going to get this information out of me. Like, look, you happen to be a seven also, George, but the thing is you guys have so much going on in your mind, and you don't miss much detail that if you decide to put it to paper it is fascinating. So what kind of book is it, Chris I'm working on? A couple of bucks. One is about OBI Djelic communications. I've had over the years and another is about music. Okay. Here we go again both books I love, but I'm gonna suggest the Djelic stuff. I you know, when I counsel mothers who have given birth to a seven baby. I said does that baby. Look like an angel like literally when they sleep every time. Yes, they do. And it's because there's a purity of spirit when the seven first gets here. However, sometimes they me is hard lessons, and they can become cynical. But the ones who have that spiritual connection. They have a story to tell and it is profound. So I'm suggesting Chris do that book. I okay good. Yes. Thank you. What's the topic on book? Chris it's like, all you and Djelic encounters. Did I I've had during my life. Good for you. That'll get you on as a guest on my show. It sounds good. Work on get that done. And then you could sell books like crazy. Yeah. Glenda's. When people come to you same things to they generally ask relationships jobs things like that. You know, what's great is its whatever they're going through. And where I feel blessed? I think this is true about astrology numbers are in everything. So if someone comes to me, look I want to move, right? I want to move to a new state or a new country. Well, I'm gonna look at those numbers to make sure it's a good place to move it to you because of that location. It's toxic to and numerology. You're not gonna be happy. But yes, relationships I have a lot of people who might be in a big business, and they don't get along with the boss. I give them ways to communicate where they're finally heard. And they're able to get like a raise that'd be respected. So it's every facet of your life. Let's go to Donna and Cleveland Ohio two to sixty by daughters. Born onto too by the way to to sixty Donna welcome to the program. Good to have you with us. Good morning. Right question for Glenis. I'm just looking for some general information you in what's going on with my life? We're not groundhog day. My sister to when you're apart, and my daughter same thing a lot of people amazing. I don't have one person in my life. That was born that days. Now, I hear about three, and I will say this Donna because you're born on a two day and have that you energy twice. I have to ask. Do you ever have dreams come true or deja-vu when you meet people? Oh, yes. A lot of. Yeah. I do. Yeah. That's a big part of you. And I would say last year George two thousand eighteen was the number two. And I had said it was the year of the psychic. But what it really was as people that were sensitive for really ineffective. What was happening? So I would think was less last year. Did it feel difficult? I wonder what it felt like for you would that double to energy with everything happening around you. It was a crazy year. Yes. It was. It was a crazier for actually my sister and myself and night, and we came to a lot of realizations that you know, like, we're both impacts, and and that's kind of a hard way to go. Because here's what I would say because I deal with that as well. If you can get centered. I this is always my suggestion, George you lied to white candle, you shut your eyes, and you white light your whole body and protection. So that when you deal with other people, they can't take from you. They cannot drain you like psychic grandpa. It's a gift to be have that impact ability to feel what's happening. It means. You're in tune to the truth Donna and this year because you've now entered the cycle of seven you need to use that that gift that you have like what did you pick? What are you doing? 'cause a two is here again peacemaker mediator. Not looking for conflict trying to help others. What do you do? I actually I right now, I mentioned anything, you know, about with. Cancer. So okay. When did that start for you? That was in two thousand and five. Okay. Wow. One. Yeah. Well, did they say? So so here's a suggestion. When you go through something that difficult, and because you've got double to you're able to give people hope like give suggestions, did you end up changing your diet to did you shift the way, you live your life? I yes, I changed a lot of things about my life. Yes. I did. Okay. So I'm making the suggestion that when someone goes through that and they come out the other end, you can provide hope for others, and I suggest you do something about that. And maybe you work with your sister since you're pointing to the same day. So she's amazing. Right. Wonderful. She'll I'll tell you what she's really really extremely sensitive. You know, she's she's the one with a very vivid dreams where my dreams are not as lucid as hers. Right. A she. She remembers her dreams nightly. And it's like amazing. And I don't know how you do that. Yet. You have a powerful connection to right, Donna. Oh, yeah. Are you kidding? Yeah. And George Jesse no born the same day as someone that's an instant connection. Whether they were sisters and not doesn't matter you insulate, go. You're you're familiar to me and the readings would be similar when they not. No, no, no. They have a first and last name chances are there's three different numbers. Right. So the numbers wouldn't be the same. They have a destiny number that would probably be different as well. The only thing that would be the same as the personal your cycle. They'd be going through it together, which means Donna and her sister have grown like as they've gotten older their bond is even stronger, and it's because they're personally your cycle is the same each year. But everything else would be different interesting. And what about free will here? Do we have any? Yeah, we have complete free will otherwise we would have a lovely planet. If we didn't have the dark side of like, we can be and we were just like. Wow. Right. What a world this would be. But yes, you have the ability to get your numerology blueprint, and what I suggest just look at read your energy read about you. And then embrace the positive side of you who you can be George. It's when we go negative, right? When you feel like the world is turned against you. And you can't get a break. Well, then you manifest a world that has turned against you. And you can't get a break. Next patterns. Let's go to Jody in New York March third nineteen fifty four March third nineteen fifty four. Jody welcome to the program. Jodi. I think she's there. I can hear her in the background. So she must have walked away from the phone. She figured Barry's not going to get to me yet. Exactly. Joanie have given you the chance to come back. But you're gone. A well, let's go to JC in Sacramento, December twenty seven nine hundred forty seven JC. Welcome to the show. They have a question for Glenis. Thank you. Mike. Yeah. I'm going to be things to change moving wise. How house changing and moving and we won't have time for questions back and forth with our Glenis. But go ahead, but I can do that. And what was her first time? Do you have any idea? J A C Y. Okay. Great. So here's the good news. First of all there's a lot of good in her birth numbers. And it's because she's born on a nine day. She's a six life path. She has a three attitude number three nine six nine or completely.

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"thirty two years" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

14:26 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two years" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Hi, how you doing? Okay. Thanks. Glenn is she wanted to ask a question or do you just jump right in? Sure, go ahead and ask your question. I have some insight. I just ten channel generally wanna know what's up for me in the next year or so. Okay. All right. So here's how this works George when I look at data birth. There's three numbers that I see. So the day she was born. She's a one the dishes born in one day, then the whole adds up to one. So that's double one Pam, and then you have an eight attitudes. So here's what it tells me about you. It tells me that you never stop thinking. You're one of those really cerebral people. I would say that your brands like a human popcorn machine. Don't you have a bunch of ideas all the time? Yep. And that's what happens with double one. The other thing is sometimes your self esteem gets messed with if you feel like you're coming up short. Maybe you just did one thing wrong. You beat yourself up psycho. God, I can't believe I did that. So that's something you need to work on as for your personal year cycle you've entered a personal year up to which is about love. So are you single or Comey relation? Now. I'm in a relationship for how long. Thirty two years and married to this thirty two year. I know. Okay. So that's interesting. His his size eighteen fifty three fifty three. All right. Nine hundred eighteen fifty three. I five nine that's a long time for relationship. I it sure is. So here's the thing when I see one in five says are very independent people. But they're still a story there damn what made you guys not and up saying, I do what was that? He brought a lot of baggage from his previous life. But you know, what I love about you, you let them with a bunch of baggage coming to your life for thirty two years. But you know, I it lasted for they don't want to let I don't want to be Edwin. His baggage on me know, of course, you don't. But that's that's the irony is when we take on someone for that long. Even though we think we don't want that baggage comes on the deal with that. Right. Comes out there with it. But Pam the reason it happened. You're a natural match and numerology many the one five the only way I can figure that it's lasted is somehow you stay out of each other's space. Does that make sense? Yeah. So are you living together? I mean, tell me that what's happening. Hundred pretty personal not really simple questions. Don't make me walk down that street. I'm definitely happy. We live together. Okay. So Pam we had a baby together. Okay. So when then that was many years ago, how old's the baby. He actually died. Okay. Oh, five years ago. Okay. So what I would say again this goes back to having a connection right and neurology. There's a natural match connection. But I'm suggesting because you're in a cycle of to this is about learning to do more for yourself. Like, you have to decide what's going to make you happy. You know, what's going to bring you more joy. That's this year. The answer comes in this year. All right. Good luck camp. Hope everything works out for you in our condolences, by the way. That's never easy Qantas. Oh, no. It is not easy at all. But met thirty two years at our non-married relationship is remarkable by that really does go back to the numerology because here they have the one in the five and those people who don't want you to bother them like don't get in my space. Don't try to control me. So here she felt she had a boundary. She said, I don't want to take on your baggage. But the truth is when we take on a relationship. The baggage does come with them. Of course, I want her to work on her. This year is time to get back to her heart. And and what can bring her some joy. Would you actually tell couples does not gonna work between you two based on the do morality a? Yes, here's how I do this. And I've done this. You know, it's been almost thirty years now. But here's what I do if you're married. Let's see you have kids and you wanna make it work. I will give you tools on how to communicate in a new way. So that you get along better. But if your single George, and you come to me, I am not going to embrace you dating someone who's completely toxic. I will not do that. I will help you get it. Right. Because I my goodness. We're over. I'm sure it's over five thousand people now that are married to love by the numbers the book that I wrote absolutely Lennon's has your number that book has changed people's lives because they can apply it to their life when it comes to love and also healing their family. Healing relationships that they deal with every day. Let's go to our internet. National line. Chris is with us in Toronto November second nineteen sixty five. Chris welcome to the program. Good to have you with us. You there? Yes. All righty question for Glenis. Yeah. Glenis? I I'd like to say he always so bright in cheerful. And hopeful it says very inspiration. Thank you, Chris. I appreciate that. We welcome. So this year for me is a triple seven. Yes. Well, what I see is that it's your in a seven personal year. That's right. In life path. Where are you seeing the other stuff in my destiny number? Oh, wow. Okay. He knows his stuff. He must've taken. Your course. He's definitely in learning the numbers. But Chris, so if you said to me there's a couple of things happening because there's a seven life path in a personal year of seven this is the year for the breakthroughs, right? What am I why am I here, and then I would suggest please tell me you're making a plan to go on a trip or get out of your regular space. How many what's happening? Well to tell you the truth, I'm a writer, and I'm trying to get published. Oh, so. If I had one of those go, ding, ding, ding, ding on fire. Here's why when you decide to write in a cycle of seven. It's it's just you get into your little cave and go I'm going to get this information out of me. Like, look, you happen to be a seven also, George, but the thing is you guys have so much going on in your mind, and you don't miss much detail that if you decide to put it to paper it is fascinating. So what kind of book is it, Chris, I'm working on a couple of bucks. One is about OB Djelic communications. I've had over the years and another is about music, okay. Here we go again both books I love, but I'm gonna suggest the Djelic Steph. I yeah. You know, when I counsel mothers who have given birth to a seven baby. I said does that baby. Look like an angel like literally when they sleep every time. Yes, they do. And it's because there's a purity of spirit when the seven first gets here. However, sometimes they lend me hard lessons, and they can become cynical. But the ones who have that spiritual connection. They have a story to tell and it is profound. So I'm suggesting Chris do that book. I okay good. Yes. Thank you. What's the topic on the book, Chris it's like all of you and Djelic encounters? Did I I've had during my life. Good for you. That'll get you on as a guest on my show. Sounds good. Work on get that done. And then you could sell books like crazy. Yeah. Glenda's. When people come to you. Yes. Same things to they generally ask relationships jobs things like that. You know, what's a greatest, it's whatever they're going through and where I feel blessed? I think this is true about astrology numbers are in everything. So if someone comes to me, look I want to move, right? I want to move to a new state or a new country. Well, I'm gonna look at those numbers to make sure it's a good place to move it to you because of that location. It's toxic you and numerology. You're not going to be happy. But yes, relationships I have a lot of people who might be in a big business, and they don't get along with the boss. I give them ways to communicate where they're finally heard and they're able to get like a raise or be respected. So it's every facet of your life. Go to Donna and Cleveland, Ohio two to sixty my daughter's born onto too by the way to to sixty Donna welcome to the program. Good to have you with us. Good morning. All right question for Glenis. I'm just looking for some general information what you know, what's going on with my life groundhog day. My sister to when you're apart and my daughter same thing. Go a lot of people amazing. And yet, I don't have one person in my life. That was born that day is now I hear about three, and I will say this Donna because you're born on a two day and have that energy twice. I have to ask. Do you ever have dreams come true or deja-vu when you meet people? Oh, yes. I I s. Yeah. I do. Yes. That's a big part of you. And I would say last year George two thousand eighteen was the number two. And I had said it was the year of the psychic. But what it really was as people that were sensitive for really ineffective. What was happening? So I would think was less last year. Did it feel difficult? I wonder what it felt like for you would that w energy with everything happening around you. Oh, it was a crazy year. Yes. It was a it was a crazy year for actually my sister and myself and night, and we came to a lot of realizations that you know, like, we're both impacts, and and that's kind of a hard way to go. Because here's what I would say because I deal with that as well. If you can get centered. I this is always my suggestion, George you lied to white candle, you shut your eyes, and you white light your whole body and protection. So that when you deal with other people, they can't take from you. They cannot drain you like psychic vampires. It's a gift to be have that impact ability to feel what's happening. It means. You're tuned to the truth Donna and this year because you've now entered the cycle of seven you need to use that that gift that you have like what did you pick? What are you doing to is here again peacemaker mediator? Not looking for conflict trying to help others. What do you do? I actually right now I mentioned anything about with. Cancer. So okay. And when did that start for you? There was in two thousand and five. Okay. Wow. Yeah. Well, do they say? So so here's a suggestion. When you go through something that difficult, and because you've got double to you're able to give people hope like give suggestions, did you end up changing your diet to did you shift the way, you live your life? I yes, I changed a lot of things about my life. Yes. I did. Okay. So I'm making the suggestion that when someone goes through that and they come out the other end, you can provide hope for others, and I suggest you do something about that. And maybe you work with your sister since you're on the same day. Right wonderful. I'll tell you what she's really really extremely sensitive. You know, she's she's the one with a very vivid dreams where my dreams are not as lucid as hers. Right. But she she remembers her dreams nightly like amazing. I don't know how you do that. And yet you have a powerful connection to right, Donna. Oh, yeah. Yeah. And George Jesse no born the same day as someone that's an instant connection. Whether they were sisters and not doesn't matter you into like. Oh, sure. You're you're familiar to me, and the readings would be similar would they not? No, no, no. They have a first and last name chances are there's three different numbers. Right. So the numbers wouldn't be the same. They have a destiny number that would probably be different as well. The only thing that would be the same as personal your cycle. They'd be going through it together, which means Donna and her sister have grown like as they've gotten older their bond is even stronger, and it's because they're personally your cycle is the same each year. But everything else would be different interesting. And what about free will here? Do we have any? Yeah, we have complete free will otherwise we would have a lovely planet. If we didn't have the dark side of like, we can be and we were just light. Wow. Right. What a world this would be. But yes, you have the ability to get your numerology blueprint, and what I suggest just look at read your energy read about you. And then embraced the positive side of you who you can be George. It's when we go negative, right? When you feel like the world is turned against you. And you can't get a break. Well, then you manifest a world that has turned against you. And you can't get a break. Next patterns. Let's go to Jody and New York March third nineteen fifty four March third nineteen fifty four. Jody welcome to the program. Jodi. I think she's there. I can hear her in the background. So she must have walked away from the phone. She figured valleys not gonna get to me yet. Exactly. Well, Joni up giving you the chance to come back. But you're gone. A well, let's go to Jason Sacramento, December twenty seven nine hundred forty seven high JC, welcome to the show. Do you have a question for Glenis? Thank you for taking my call. Yeah. I'm gonna be thin things to change moving wise. How house changing and moving and we won't have time for questions back and forth with her Glenis. But go ahead. I can do that. And what was her first name? Do you have any idea? J A C Y. Okay. Great. So here's the good news. First of all there's a lot of good in her birth numbers. And it's because she's born on a nine day. She's a six life path. She has a three attitude number three nine six nine or completely.

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"thirty two years" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two years" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Or done deal. You'll be the next head coach fine. They go their separate ways to Denver Wednesday introduce you as the new head coach, and then think about Fangio reading online or having people call him and hearing that he is because head coach Gary kubiak is going to also be sort of a head coach figure get outta here with that. I I've been waiting thirty two years to be in the NFL, and I don't even get to be introduced before my forty already being questioned like that. I mean, I'm getting heated just like imagining myself being in that position. That's ridiculous. I wouldn't want that. To happen to me. Earlier we kind of hypothesize who the Broncos might target. This scan tangible. Oh guy from San Francisco seems to be the first one do up to be interviewed. But the obvious name out. There is Mike mon- check. Okay. You interviewed him Zach Taylor too. But it seems like Zach Taylor's going to be the new head coach of the Bengals you had conversations with munch Accu liked him enough to be a part of your staff. One way. What am I missing here? Why isn't Mike mon- check a name for offense coordinator. I actually have information for you. Ryan. It's one of those rare cases where I have legitimate factual information to give to your program. Awesome. So I.

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"thirty two years" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:36 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two years" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"It's college is underway is done. Enough saved and retirement is fifteen percent going in. And then I started just really saving like a crazy person to pay cash for rental property, and every time I saved up and got another rental property. It made me that much more money and every time I made more money. I just jumped at all in that by more rental property account. And so I actually have a lot more real estate than I do mutual fund investments. Now because of that, but I'm a real estate guy. I love real estate if you don't like real estate, you wouldn't want to do that. You'd be heavier in mutual funds. Got a lot of both. But more in real estate. Alley is with us in Houston, Texas. Hi alley. How are you? Hi, dave. Thank you so much for taking my call, sir. I'm doing great. How are you better than I deserve? How can I help today? Awesome. Okay. So my wife, and I we own a business. We're completely debt free at eight the business off three years into purchasing. It I've got quite a bit of liquid cash. Don't know what to do with it. The market kinda makes me nervous. I don't know if it should be invested in the market or if I should go towards real estate. How old are you? Thirty two years old what kind of business? I own a drugstore a pharmacy, cool and how much extra cash. We we've managed to have some good years. We ended up saving about six and a half to two to about seven million dollars in cash. It's all just sitting in cash all sitting in cash. Wow. For you. Good for you. But yeah, you gotta get this invested because you're making one percent on it. Versus if you made ten percent on it and ten percent on. That's like this is like a six hundred thousand dollar here. Swing. So sitting there and cash it's mathematically lazy. Right. That money's not working, very hard. It's not doing it's not lifting as much as it should be lifting. And so I'm definitely getting that invested somewhere else. So let me ask you this though, before I do that the you're obviously very very good at running your business. Congratulations. Thank you won't you buy some more drugstores. You know, what we when when we got in? We had some we had some good years where we're not doing nearly as well as we used to due to insurance changes and so on so forth. Okay. So you don't think if you took a million dollars of the six million and opened another store that you'd get a good rate of return on it. I don't think. So I mean, we probably be looking at about ten percent of girl ten percent of about gross sales. You know, which we'd probably be ended up, you know, making one hundred and fifty grand extra. Okay. And what what would it cost to open that store? If if if we were to open one up, you know, we'd probably be looking at about six between six and seven hundred thousand. Okay. Well, let's take a hundred and fifty thousand dollar rate of return ROI return on investment on six hundred thousand. Yes. A twenty five percent rate of return. That's why I asked the question small businesses are a higher hassle factor. But they generally give a much better rate of return than real estate or the stock market. And you're obviously very good at it. It's not as it's not as sweet as it used to be. But maybe you can find you're gonna pay cash for it. Anyway, whatever you do. So I'm thinking I'm gonna I'm not I don't put put the whole six million on that. And you may not want the hassle. You may not want the stress or running more stores right now. But if I were in your shoes, just from a product mix standpoint and investment mix standpoint, I'm probably taking a million to and opening two more stores if you can handle the hassle factor of it and the stress of it if you can put in six hundred and make one fifty out of your net profit after all the smoke clears. That's a good rate of return, and that someone else how are you? A good manager put them in there. You know that kind of stuff let somebody else take some of that offer. You don't have to do everything hands on like you used to do. But I might expand that part of my portfolio because that again, I answered questions here. Like, what would I do? And I can tell you the best rate of return. I get is Ramsey solutions. Putting money into a new product here makes me more money than putting more money into a piece of real estate does. And I love real estate. So that's why I answered the question that way, you don't have to do that. It's just an idea. So what I would do if I were in your shoes other than that. If you don't want to do that. Or even if you do wanna do that, I'm going to put the larger portion of the six million into some real estate that makes an income that I pay cash for would you would you recommend like a apartment building or like, just individual residential homes. Well, I mean, we're talking about probably four million dollars here. Yeah. And so individual homes are probably going to be a high hassle factor because that's going to be a bunch of them. Yeah. So I probably would look more towards a commercial piece of property with four million dollars a well-placed. Good neighborhoods. Small office building a well-placed good neighborhood small strip center, something along those lines. I've got two or three of each of those that do very very well. And there's just one or two tenants involved for four million dollars instead of twenty two tenants. And so that's kind of a way to look at it. And then I'd probably take about. If I took the six million I'd probably say, I'm gonna put a million million and a half and some more drugstores. I'm gonna put about four million into some real estate. I'm gonna put a million million and a half into the stock market. And then you're thinking in the stock market, not what's it gonna do tomorrow? Because I don't know what it's going to do. Tomorrow two thousand eighteen sucked two thousand nine hundred ninety two thousand nineteen however was a nineteen percent rate of return. Which means you would have made a million dollars on your six hundred thousand. What you missed out in nineteen seventeen. I'm sorry. In two thousand seventeen was a nineteen percent rate of return. That's twenty percent on six million bucks. A million too, right? Gee, that's a killer. When you look at that. That's what that's what I'm being afraid of the stock market cost. You about last year. Eighty nine. So, you know,.

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"thirty two years" Discussed on James MacDonald Podcast

James MacDonald Podcast

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two years" Discussed on James MacDonald Podcast

"No schedule. Go to bed get up. It's like, wow. That's that's rough. How many people to kinda rough? How many people think sometimes I wish I was in boot camp today? Right. We like our freedom butts soldiers can't afford the luxury of freedom. It's a distraction bid made bad mate. Now in our house. We have thirty two years happily married coming up amazing division of labor in our house last time. I. Made a bad. Seven eight eight. But in the military like, well, my mom makes my she's not here. Well, I don't make that you make pets here. See you. Don't get your individual thing, stricter laws with stiffer punishment and civilian life. They have to move every year have to carry out all orders, without expression of personal opinion. Do this. It doesn't make sense to be through it. You know? I just have some question do not speak. Right. And and. It's just one analogy. Sometimes we lose grace the version that I memorized from second. Timothy two says no soldier. In tangles himself with the fares of this life that hey may please the one that enlisted him as a soldier. And so we have we've been given a mission someone saying that we have a mission. And so we can't afford who's got who's got who's got a phone phone need a phone it bring my phone in here. Come on phone phone don't act like you, don't got no phone. I I know you got a phone get get you phone up your girlfriend come up, and and so so people get you probably never see this. Again, you. Do I love you? And you know, I do do you understand that you have one thousand seven hundred seventy nine unanswered emails. Okay. All right. You sit down now. And and and I gotta just say that I really respect you for that. And I wish that that was true of me, but I have zero. And and what that means is that I spend too much time like this. In fact, I had to go to our wonderful IT department. I to tell them take my Instagram. Take my Facebook, take my Twitter off my phone can't nnl it really delete that yourself. I tried that I would delete it off my phone, and then like ten days later, I would put it back on again and actually had to have them somewhere on my phone or something hidden my apps store, I can't even handle an apps store anymore because I get distracted. And I'll get a spare moment and instead of just thinking. About the grace. What's happening? What's happening? Oh, come on. You know what I'm talking about? We all see the five people sitting at a dinner table, right? And they're all looking at their phone, right? Oh, they must be so close. And since when did talking to someone who is in with me, get better than talking to someone who is with me can the church say, Amen. And I just use it as an illustration. We are distracted people and how many mornings last week. Did you get up make your bed? Do your personal hygiene play get downstairs get a Cup of coffee. You know? And here's the thing. You're in your car, you're off into your day..

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