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"twenty seven months" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:50 min | 10 months ago

"twenty seven months" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Lobby of Ramsey solutions for each day age and and janitor with the fake guys how are you welcome what do you guys live Charleston South Carolina welcome to Nashville and all the way here to do a debt free screen yeah must be paid off sixty seven thousand eight hundred ninety three dollars and we also cash flowed at nineteen thousand dollars extra on what major house repairs major car repairs we have yeah as always with that right in there yeah all right the surgery after surgery yeah and how long did this take twenty seven months wow and your household income during that time eighty three thousand up to one of one cool we all do for a living I'm a HVAC consulting engineer so what people are out of making cold when their goal to make my I like it I am a stay home mom perfect very cold kind of that was that sixty eight thousand Sallie Mae all Sally element and a little medical okay a little bit yeah okay all right so she'd been hang around so long for you like a member of the family nor it for a long time and the Niles not a plan is it it is you didn't work and gets worse yeah and worse and worse and worse and worse and how long you been out of school since two thousand seven okay thirteen years but what happened twenty seven months ago that let you guys up well and we had moved from New York City where we were both making dual income and I was a fashion designer and he was also still doing engineering and we made a lot of money and we didn't have to pay attention until we left we started having kids and then we left New York and then I got real when we have one income and we live paycheck to paycheck and it it didn't get better and we just thought it would get better get better get better get easier and it didn't and I got really pest soap and deal with it anymore and I was on online looking at mommy blogs and I saw this girl who had paid off nine thousand dollars in eighteen months and I said oh my gosh thank you I was amazing and she had followed her plan and so I immediately ordered the book why don't give it to Andrew he read it we both read it we're like what they have to help each other into it you're both ready well I did make a few what are they called well spreadsheets yeah so I I convinced him through spreadsheets go that's a good thing to do that injured his left language yes is leveling and numbers yep the nerd numbers okay I like it good good for you guys so you you went through total money makeover and I got your started yeah that was it and you took off and then just tore into the spreadsheets and yeah and that is so what's the secret to getting out of that what's the secret bring off sixty eight thousand on one income way down in income from before and you got after what what's the deal budgeting I mean yep a just a just thing and you have to have hope if you feel like you can never do it you won't ever do it wrong and you have to get mad and say I'm I'm tired of living this way and not enough to do anything anything to get rid of that that and if you don't have hope you won't do it if you don't have a reason you won't do it my family lives lived and lived with the fear of money and I don't want that to be our legacy and it doesn't need to be my family's legacy they can change if they want but being afraid of money doesn't help you you just need more information you need to try something different and as soon as we try something different we saw the success all the snowball really works on a pay off something little and you get that energy it really works we were told it's not gonna work you'll never pay it off and we were just be happy paying the minimums which we were for a long time and turns out it's not the lies not happy no not happy that part's alive it is okay it's not okay it's not okay well I think the debt free streams are what helped encourage just continuously leaner theme our that was a huge thing for me yeah and you know it didn't come out until later but the bark future podcast that really help me understand kind of the frustration and pain that Janet was going through I mean you know I Sargant frustrated but never totally understood how in a split second decision could just destroy ten years your life and because when you sign up for student loans you don't understand now no one explains it to you now and even if they do you really don't understand what I don't care this word of god you don't know how much the end payments going to be home it was twelve hundred dollars a month for the minimum for how many here fifteen years first what they want to do it was an and that part was it all of your decisions are already made for you thank you you'll have no more freedom and your just chained to this until you get tested and decide to change do whatever what was the hardest part of the train journey for young we had a lot of low spots I had to have emergency surgery due to a miscarriage and then there were complications after that that required the MRI and they looked at me and they said all right do you want this MRI and I'm like how and it was something like two thousand dollars and I just falling in the middle of the hotel the hospital I can't make a two thousand dollar decision right now like you know it is nice to know we don't have to do that ever again Hey we finally have money that ever happen again when I get cash so the doctor right I don't try and figure it out on Google and hope it'll get better it won't good for you well that's cool you plowed through you push through yeah push for so the secret is budgeting secrets working together significant if you said three times out yeah you gotta get sick and tired of being sick and really do enough that you're willing to do whatever it takes and you don't know what other people think exactly just get you're gonna cut cut cut cut and when you do that that's when it moves and I try to explain that to people it's not an intellectual decision it is emotional and visceral yes and it's just to the point that when the bill comes at you like that you do cry you're like no you're messing up my plan here you twerk you know it just let you get out it gets it gets but then you get to those out of it where you live like no one else and now you're where you are how's it feel now feels amazing amazing you're free it was like somebody was choking for eight ten years how long you been married ten years ten years okay so you've never been for you I remember having wow and it's been amazing for marriage like just termination yeah talking about it you know things that we weren't taught on learning together and it's been wonderful everyone has had a great marriage and made them better people that we talked to all the time or it about college they're worried about things that are very far down the road we've already got you know a plan for that that was the biggest thing we have a plan we're not scared of it I get asked all the time I have three daughters and people say how you gonna pay for marriage gosh how much for you you got to have a wedding fund and a college well that's right but the process of it well done you guys you bring them with you sure it is let's get him in the picture we got a copy of Chris Hogan's book for you every day millionaires as the next chapter in your story as you said the millionaire thing hours are a big motivator and that's that's where you guys are going from here so one of the girls names this is Caroline she's one this is Susan she seven in this is Jenny she's for all right beautiful family guys now that have the older ones been practicing the know the difference hello all right girls are you already are you ready yep okay here we go Andrew Janet Susan Jenny and Caroline from Charleston South Carolina sixty eight thousand it all open twenty seven months make an eighty three to one on counted down let's see here debt free screen writing three two one.

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What Did NASA's Twin Study Find?

BrainStuff

06:00 min | 1 year ago

What Did NASA's Twin Study Find?

"His hard. But I was so afraid I could lose everything loves wonderful and confusing, and magical and infuriated everything about life that we had thought and planned and hoped for was just in that moment gone. I was so so so lucky have that join the millions of listeners who've made committed possible and promise you it's cheaper than therapy. Listen to committed on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts. Welcome to brainstorm, a production of Harvey. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb here. Have you ever wondered exactly what happens to the human body when it's suspended in space for extended period of time based on Hollywood, productions alone men and women who navigate the galaxy always seemed to be just fine when they land back on earth. But our astronauts so lucky in reality NASA has made it its mission to find out in a landmark DNA study published an April twenty nineteen issue of the journal science researchers from John Hopkins Stanford and other institutions revealed after a year in space astronaut, Scott Kelly, experienced, no, major long-term differences to his EPA genome compared with that of his twin brother current, Arizona. Senate candidate Mark Kelly hoop stayed firmly planted here on earth, your EPA genome is all of the chemical compounds that attached to your DNA and changed the way it functions. So no major differences, hypothetically, a good thing. Here's the deal with putting your body in space. It exposes you to harmful ultraviolet rays radiation, limited food and exercise lower gravity disrupted, sleep cycles, and an unknown number of other potential hazards. And while scientists have spent decades studying the effects of space travel on astronauts, most of these men and women have travelled on missions that max out at six months in order to travel somewhere like say Mars missions needs to be much longer. And scientists say it's critical to understand the effects that these super extended missions could have on the human body. Let's talk more about how your EPA genome works. Your DNA is your genome. It's the genetic code tells every cell in your body how to build different proteins which determines how those cells function your EPA genome is any chemical modifications to your DNA these modifications don't change your actual DNA sequence. But they can change how your cells us the instructions that your DNA gives them. So these tiny chemical alterations can have a major impact on a person's health by influencing the way their genes are expressed they can switch jeans from onto off and vice versa. A major advantage of this new research is the fact that it studies identical twins who naturally have identical genetic material. But while the study subjects offer a rare and unique glimpse into the potential for long term genetic changes in space. The researchers are quick to admit that they're tiny sample size means more testing is essential with only to study subjects. They can't be sure that any changes are due to space travel more research with other astronauts needs to be. Done. The methodology for the study involved collecting blood samples physiological data in cognitive measurements. From each Kelly twin at various points over twenty seven month period before during and after Scott's one year space mission if you're wondering how in the world or universe? Scott samples reached scientists from space they were transported via rockets. In the future. Scientists hope to process and store samples on board the international space station itself. But for the purposes of this study samples were rocketed back to earth and processed within forty eight hours. Then the research team examined to the brothers genomes looking for genetic changes, specifically focusing on two types of white blood cells and examining process called methylated, which occurs when chemical compounds called methyl groups are added onto DNA generally speaking, there were just about as many EPA genetic changes in Scott as there were in his twin. The biggest difference was observed nine months into Scott space mission. When just seventy nine percent of his DNA was methylated compared to eighty three percent of Mark's DNA the locations methylation were different in both men. Scott's Beth leash appeared near genes involved with a municipal response, which the researchers believe correlates with additional data that found that Scott had increased markers associated with inflammation, which is a potential red flag. But again bears further study to determine whether this difference was really caused by Scots location in space. Oh, though, one other weird thing that definitely did happen to Scott in space the shape of one of his eyeballs changed by the time. He got back to earth his retinal nerve and the foles in the layer that surrounds, the I thicker, researchers think this could have to do with prolonged exposure to low gravity another thing to watch out for in the future for sure. This episode was written by Michelle constant enough. Ski and produced by Tyler clang brain stuff is a production of I heart radio. How stuff works for more on this and lots of other stories that involve not entirely unexpected rockets. Visit our home planet has stuff works dot com. For more podcasts, heart radio, I heart radio app. Apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. 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"twenty seven months" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

11:06 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven months" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Apps to throw in prison, a former ESPN sportscenter host didn't think I was going there. Well, I think some of you know, who Jamal Djamil, I'm never quite sure how to pronounce it. It's like Kamala and camera Harris, right? I I think you could of go either way with it. But jemele hill was a ESPN. Sportscenter host now. I know you're not a big sports person. Lease. I think of the evening news on CBS ABC NBC except on ESPN. They call it sports center. Right, right. That's basically all highlights and everything and it used to be a really big deal because you couldn't get just highlights instantly on your phone. You literally made it like appointment viewing. There's a scene in. There's something about Mary where Cameron Diaz invites Ben Stiller of your apartment to watch sports thing fright. So it used to be a thing. But the point is she she was one of the two people hosting anchoring that show. And then she decided to go off on these tangents on Twitter and Twitter is going to destroy half of the media industry. I'm convinced because. No editor, unfiltered, you could just kind of like the present just like, whatever's on your mind, you just wanna share the problem is when you work for a news organization, you might be saying or doing things that probably your news director or executives at a high level. Don't want out there because it represents a whole organization poorly. So she decided last year that she was going to call the president and people in his administration white supremacists. And that's not what you wanna be doing as the person who's supposed to be anchoring the show that people watch to escape from politics in reality. Right. Right. Now, you're painting ESPN as either liberal or reckless or both in that situation, and she had to apologize for it. And so on but eventually her legends. So to speak on the left began to grow more and more to the point where a her ratings are bad on sportscenter because half the country. Suddenly it was like, yeah, I'm not tuning in anymore to watch this person. But be she became too political, obviously. And I think she fell in love with the attention. She was getting for her political tweets. So now, she has left ESPN or was told the leave not quite sure how that worked out, and she is at the Atlantic now, which is a magazine and she decided just two days ago that she was going to reference, Malcolm X, assassination and connected to President Trump. In other words, it was a not so subtle way to kind of imply that either she wants the president assassinated or want somebody to think about going ahead with it. But the point is now the secret service is involved in these situations. And this is why we love having you here resigned. Curious if you imply assassination. The president on Twitter is that something that is a legal in could she be in trouble for this? It can be because you know, to threaten the president can be a federal felony can carry many years in prison related requires it, re it doesn't it doesn't require the actual intent to carry out the threat, right? Okay. But it has it does require a look at the context. And the secret service will look at the context to see whether the reasonable in person person. It's a reasonable person. Test would interpret them to be mere political, hyper Billy. So it's just idle talk a Justice word. Okay. That goes beyond just the first amendment if she apologizes that clear. Yes, that's probably going to get her off because she has right. Right. Right. Right. So legendary Co Ltd could be coupled examples legendary comedian Groucho Marx was quoted in nineteen seventy one is saying, quote, I think that the only hope this country has Nixon's assassination. It might have been erased. It might have been an irresponsible comment, but it was one that was protected by speech, free speech. But let me give you another week before you move on Richard marks the guy who's saying hold onto the night. Which was my prom song at Wayne valley in jersey. He made this allegation or this threat towards the president while in two thousand marks a richer. A man was sentenced this is now in two thousand ten a man was sentenced to twenty seven months in prison for posting on Craigslist. Listen to this quote, people the time has come for revolution. It's. Time for Obama to die and dedicating my life to the death of Obama and every employee of the federal government as I promised in a previous posts if the healthcare for reform Bill is passed. I would become a I would become a terrorist today. I become a terrorist. He got twenty seven months in federal prison for that twenty seven months that's over two years. Wow. Yeah. In federal prison is hard ties, so free speech first amendment. Didn't protect him. No, no. Because listen, that's a long post that is dedicating my life to the death of Obama. That's that's a far cry here. From a hill posted. This is true and apologized for twenty seven months longtime. Well, they take this seriously threat to the president of the United States. And has we've heard in the we've known in the past those threats have been, you know, threatened and carried through badge and being in like this this Shawshank, I keep bringing up Shawshank. It's a movie that came out in nineteen Ninety-four with Morgan Freeman. Did did you see it at all Shawshank? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It'd be referencing a lot Tim Robbins. Just just so you're aware of that there's gonna be a lot of analogies and so on but being like Shawshank kind of place, Rikers island, whatever and everybody's sitting around. They're like what are you in for him? One guy says murder. The other one's saying grand theft auto. And you say I said some mean things about the president, and I'll be here for two and a half years now. So that's not going to go over. Well, right. You're probably working for somebody that point within the president. Because you're not exactly intimidating then you're probably not getting that three dollars an hour kind of working in the prison for, you know, you're probably not talking about that minimum wage working in the press wants made three dollars an hour. Well, of course, I I once made fifty cents an hour really doing babysitting. You charge fifty cents it probably gonna get a little more out of him. Right. Another quarter isn't gonna kill anybody. How long ago that was? Because I because I pay not fifty but fifteen to twenty dollars for my sitters for my kids five and three jersey. And it's not like I can negotiate a better rate that is the rate rise south, right? Of course, and you have to pay your baby sitters. Well, and you should you have a five three-year-old there does that that's hazard pay man deserving after if this whole career doesn't work out. Now dog Walker talk Walker twenty dollars for like a half hour and one who will not name on the air. Even boy I want to I remember I went out, and I was just leaving. I had a rush somewhere to be on TV or something like that. Right. And she was just coming in. Right. And she has the code for the garage, right? So then I get into the car, they send the car service. Right. That that the TV stations do because I want to make sure you don't get into traffic, and you don't have to park and pay for your yet. Exactly. So I'm in the car, and then suddenly I got the call. Oh, the president's call the press conference, and you're you're you're you're not going to go on that's fine. So maybe like ten minutes away or not even like five minutes away from house that's five minutes out. And then they turn the car around five minutes back. Right. I see the woman put my dog back into the Georgia. A half hour for twenty bucks. And he's getting ten minutes. He probably didn't get to do. Number two. What is this? About your dog. Didn't get the time that that your dog needed. I mean, come on. I got to put like nanny cams like, you know, outside my house to like time when she left, right? And that's wrong. That's not right. You never saw somebody turn like bleach white like they did when I got back and she's walking in. Oh, she was busted. And she could ally in that situation. Pretty well. Like, oh, I forgot the poop bag or oh, the dog didn't wanna walk and she's just like, I'm just so sorry. I have to run to another house. Yeah. That's fine. I saw call you soon. Never did. That was the end of that turns one hundred seven today to Nagin. Mccain's grandmother nice. Isn't that amazing? I saw the picture that is so nice one hundred and frigging seven. What does that make her? She was born in nineteen what she liked the the woman on the Titanic that got the board, and then Leo get screwed because he was so big that she wouldn't give up space on the board that he has to freeze to death. Kate Winslet, it this is like the Kate Winslet character. I don't think that I'll okay. Well, the the point is though, I mean, I'm trying to think like who my oldest living relative is some that were well, they're not anymore, but we're lik ninety nine. Yeah. Not the ninety nine got the ninety nine socks like e one more year to get the one hundred ninety nine the over unders public ninety nine and a half. Nine. That's pretty good. I take that. I think oh, I definitely would that would be really nice to make it to ninety nine. That's good. Even middle age like not even close south in good health. Right. You don't want to be in good health. You would you think that we medical advances though, time like twenty years from now that may be like sixty becomes the forty forty will. I don't know about that. But sure, I think absolutely. We're already seeing that are you vegan. No, you're carnivore. Good, right. Your voice. Again, I've never seen you actually eat anything before. So I have no idea which is right there. I just got a chess my knees, they're always in the bag. We're always we're getting ready for the brakes. You could shout down. I literally just had arby's like while while you were talking I I just had eight arby's while we while. I was talking you care that little about what enough time sometimes to finish the whole meal. It's really or so ninety nine I think honestly, I don't know if I ever had any relatives a gun to their nineties, my grandmother conscious. Linhares New Jersey lived until eighty eight and I think she's kind of like the top. So she drink manhattans you ever have one of those. With that thing. I mean, I took a sip one ties, and I was like fourteen nice. And I'm never drink. Dad? You know, but but maybe the vegans live longer. But I don't know. I don't know where we'd have to ask Megan McCain's grandmother, or whatever the relative grandmother, you know, it's gotta be like a great great. Great. Great great. Great meghan. I think is thirty three thirty four. So what does that do to sixty nine? I think it's a great great great. Great grandmother. Grenell? Could be a grandmother. Eddie graham. Yeah. Probably is. Late. Senator McCain's mom, okay? Yes. Oh, this grandmother. So that's the drawback university. Green mile that Tom Hanks lives forever type of thing. So when you live that long, then you gotta start burying people that were below you right now that would maybe I don't wanna be Andre. Okay. So another caveat. I don't wanna live to be a hundred if I if I- predeceased I want to predeceased, my children don't depress everybody, would you would you would you take outliving scrabble scribbles? What's her name? Yeah. Scribbles the dog the cat. Yeah..

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"twenty seven months" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven months" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"A lot of savings, you may in fact in why a lot of rich people take social security early is because. They want to either. Income plan spouse to right. So again got to take care of your spouse. Now, I like the other one that if you are divorced, and you haven't remarried, and you're getting to that place where you wanna take social security if you've worked or excuse me, if you were married for more than ten at least ten years, then you can actually claim on your ex spouses social security, and if you're fortunate to have been married to for ten years, I wish you could take off three don't get to take all three. But you do get to pick the best of the three, and it doesn't affect the other person's benefit. Now, interestingly this kind of a an unfair situation here if you're married still and you take your spousal benefit at an early age. I mean, your your your your spouse has to at least be old enough to take social security or on social security in order for you to get a benefit if it's an ex spouse. However, it only all it matters is that person's at least sixty alongs are old enough to apply. They don't have to apply. You still get that spousal benefit. I'm not telling people it might be smart for you to get divorced. Wait, two years and take advantage of that kind of thing that. Yeah. Definitely that goes both ways. Yes. That it doesn't the most important part is that it doesn't affect your own personal wind. If your Xs claiming on half of yours, it doesn't reduce or have any impact on your own personal social security. Right. And some people say what you mean, I had a lady one time tell me that. And she was the the bigger breadwinner of the two and she had this person she considered a deadbeat ex husband. And she goes, wait a minute. Are you telling me he can collect on mine? I said, yeah, she said that ticks me off and she didn't say ticks, but she was very happy. It doesn't matter. You could have done a damn he could do it to you. It doesn't cost you anything out of your social security or out of your trust fund. But yeah, you can take advantage. And there are people that might be able to take advantage of yours. Don't let it don't. Don't sweat the small stuff. You know, so many retired people's, you know. And people planning on social security really get that spousal thing wrong. There's also widow benefits if you were married, even I think it's twenty seven months is is what the limit is. If you're married any as early as age sixty you can claim on a deceased spouse's benefit the cool thing about that is you can claim a widow benefit at age sixty and carry that widow benefit clear until age seventy and take your own benefit, and you can continue working without any withholdings on a widow.

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‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Pushed Back Seven Months to 2020

24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Pushed Back Seven Months to 2020

"The world will have to wait a little bit longer for the wonder woman sequel. Mortar brothers says it will open June fifth twenty twenty seven months later than originally planned. The I wonder woman was a major blockbuster earning more than eight hundred million dollars globally, and it became the most successful live action film, directed by a woman.

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"twenty seven months" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven months" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Twenty seven months for a woman who pleaded guilty to trying to smuggle drugs out of LAX. Thirty year old woman could have gotten a mandatory ten year minimum sentence for her crime. But the judge said she likes the fact Kinch Mason spent her time in custody improving her life earning a service eight certificate. Also, she's helped and bringing down the ringleader who will be sentenced in December and her role in the drug ring was minor. Mason got nabbed at LAX with at least two pounds of cocaine and heroin in her luggage. She was hired to pick the drugs up from a home in Pasadena to carry back home to Detroit. Another defendant in the case will be sentenced on Monday in downtown LA. Karen Adams can't x ten seventy NewsRadio. Operator of a limousine company that owned the vehicle involved in the crash that killed twenty people in upstate New York has been arrested in charge of prestigious limos were cited this year with twenty two maintenance violations and police say the company's operator is now in their custody. Nomin Hussein twenty eight was taken into custody and charged with criminally negligent homicide in connection with Saturday's deadly limousine crash state police superintendent, George beach also says the company was cited previously that the driver behind the wheel should not have been operating that extended Ford excursion the sole responsibility for that motor vehicle being on the road on Saturday rest with nominee Hussein Hussein's attorney responded by saying police are jumping the gun. Matt piper. CBS news, New York. Fifty six year old New York man has been charged with making a huge bomb as part of a plot to blow himself up in the nation's capital. Paul Rosenfeld had planned to do. This on election day. He told agency ordered large quantities of black powder. Online built small test explosives and then used about eight pounds to construct the two hundred pound explosive device in a plywood box in his basement. He said he installed certain components in the device to ensure that he was killed in the blast FBI technicians removed the bomb from his basement and transferred it to a safe location. CBS news. Correspondent Paula Reid. Rosenfeld had been charged with unlawfully manufacturing destructive device and interstate transportation and receipt of an explosive President Trump took a short break from politics at a rally in Pennsylvania and offer his thoughts and prayers for those in the path of hurricane. Michael president promised to spare no effort in the federal response to damaged areas returning to the upcoming midterm elections. President told supporters in Erie, Pennsylvania, the Democrats want to impose socialism and take over and destroy the nation's health care. Meanwhile, the Washington Post is reporting that the president recently spoke with Jeff Sessions chief of staff about possibly taking over as attorney general like an indignity that is high on the list. He's going to Jeff Sessions. Top aide and saying, hey, would you like to do the job that your boss is doing as Washington Post reporter, Matt seven Petoskey who wrote the piece it's unclear if Matt Whitaker would take over on an interim basis or if you'd be nominated, but sabotage ski says it's another sign that sessions could be on the outs more evidence that the flu vaccine critical for pregnant women over the course of six flu season's researchers.

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Restaurant serves American comfort food and 'barbecue diplomacy' in Mexico City

Start Here

05:01 min | 2 years ago

Restaurant serves American comfort food and 'barbecue diplomacy' in Mexico City

"It's August, which means young people across the country are getting ready to go to college. Maybe take some classes. Join a club may be a fraternity happened to be that was not an accident. What happened to Tim Piazza was an inevitability but in Pennsylvania, several current and former students are facing charges in the hazing death of nineteen year old pledge, Tim Piazza at Penn State. Last spring, falling headfirst down the stairs of the beta Theta pi fraternity house during alleged alcohol, fueled hazing, ritual people waited twelve hours before calling. Nine one one prosecutors say that fraternity brothers waited to get beyond the help in an attempt to cover up their drinking and coordinate a story twenty-six. People were accused only one has pleaded guilty. That was twenty one year old, Ryan Burke. He admitted to four counts of hazing, five counts involving alcohol. And yesterday a judge decided Burke deserved, no jail time. ABC's GIO. Benitez has been covering this case. He's here with me. Now geo your team talked to the parents of the victim. How are they taking this? Well, right now the father says, he's numb. I think it's really the first step in in in getting Justice for the killing over son, and he sort of trying to process everything the mother saying, you know what? That she really feels that this could be a deterrent to other people. That's really what it needs to be. Future fraternity members, organization members, they, they need to know that there will be consequences if you haze serious consequences. She really thinks that even though there's no jail time involved here, you're talking about a kid who has to spend three months under house. Arrest has to pay three thousand dollars in fines has to spend twenty seven months on probation, a hundred hours community service and no doubt this is going to be on his record. And so does it send a message though? Because I mean, a kid is dead because of hazing that's not in dispute, right that that's a fact and yet no jail time. Like what was the decision for the judge here will in this case we're talking about a misdemeanor. That's what hazing is a misdemeanor in this case. And that's why the judge decided not to sentence him to any jail time, but the prosecutors were looking because someone died because Tim Piazza is not on this earth anymore. They wanted to get him for ninety days in jail. And this is not the only person being prosecuted for this. There are dozens of people allegedly involved in this incident. So this sentence, what does it mean for these other students? Yes. So we have now twenty five other former frat members who are also accused in this and now some legal experts. Wonder if these other young men will plead guilty to because they see, wait a minute. We're not gonna get any jail time, and this does set precedent. And all this happening is freshman get ready for their first day of college and their first day of pledge week. Thank you. Thank you. And one last thing too many Texans Mexican food is comfort food. You grow up with it, the eat it all the time. It's part of the culture will in Mexico City. There's a restaurant serving comfort food to people who feel American. The food is barbecue, and some of those people were deported I knew since I got here that there was no barbecue in Mexico City. That's Dan to foster on the corner of pinch Gringo barbecue. He's originally from the US but walk around his restaurant and you'll meet guys like who go Hernandez. When I got the port, the I came back from Mexico City and the I was looking for a for a place to work Hernandez, came to the US illegally and lived here for about a decade. A one night. He was arrested for DUI and was sent back to Mexico. I was lust. I had no hopes that nothing to to hold onto, and he didn't know one thing he knew barbecue food Pernet is is now the kitchen manager and slowly Fosse found out a lot of his best staffers were deportees. They understand more what we do. And they have a home that they feel familiar and a month and a half ago. He says he interviewed a guy who'd been in the US thirty years with the family and got sent to Mexico after running a red light. When I was hearing this story, I got emotional. I started crying and he says, in a time of tension between the countries what we've done in the last four and a half years is position ourselves as the Cultural Representative for the United States here in the city, but is brisket isn't just barbecue diplomacy for growing group in Mexico. It's a slice of home. Paul. Now I'm hungry, not cool guys. Hey, remember if you're listening and you're liking this, leave us a rating and review on apple podcast. 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"twenty seven months" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven months" Discussed on KSRO

"Members been sentenced to twenty. Seven months probation in the hazing death of a pledge Ryan Burke pleaded guilty says, he's, truly sorry, and accepts responsibility. For his role in the death of Tim Piazza Burke is the first to. Plead guilty in the case in which. Two dozen other fraternity. Members are charged rival Korean generals are. Talking about easing military confrontation on the peninsula In the DMZ for the talks the. Head of the South Korean delegation says the two sides have agreed on a. Number of measures to ease military tensions and build trust the meeting comes days after. The north returned the remains of US war dead also up for discussion pulling some guardpost away from the DMZ Tom rivers ABC. News at the foreign desk. For the first, time in American professional sports league is partnering with a casino a foul National Basketball Association says it's entering a multi year partnership with MGM the casino group that owns big names like the. Bellagio, Mandalay bay and MGM grand this first of its kind gaming partnership comes after the supreme court in may struck. Down the federal law that banned sports betting in most states NBA Commissioner Adam silver says the collaboration will result. In what he calls the best possible gaming experience with real time data from the NBA. And WNBA and collective, efforts to maintain and enhance the integrity of the games Scott Berg ABC news this is ABC. News from Oakland Fremont to San Francisco everyone in the bay area has a morning. Routine coffee breakfast maybe some exercise than commute if you gotta look for parking.

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"twenty seven months" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven months" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The last week or so of july i mean he's on all through the preseason regular season through the super bowl the combines the draft the many camps so kind of like a schoolteacher but instead of the three months off during the summary takes about a month or so but there's always news happening with the national football league usually off the field of this time of year usually not the best news if you will and well that's where we're at again as a buccaneers jaimes winston qb wanted you will of the box suspended the first three games of two thousand eighteen we saw this coming you can't keep anything a secret nowadays a rumor is you know that it was happening it was getting here and sure enough the nfl said that the investigation found that he did inappropriately touch a female uber driver back in march of two thousand sixteen when he was out in scottsdale arizona so think about that for a moment where we're at right now if you think you're away from the long arm of the law the people that are after you for example it's two years plus later two years plus three months that's twenty seven months later in a statement the nfl had said that winston violated the league's personal conduct policy by touching the driver in an inappropriate sexual manner without her consent and disciplinary action was necessary was appropriate as well this is a story that took on a life of its own i mean if you remember their words ronald darby was in the car and then another player brandon banks was in the car allegedly a friend of theirs who played at vanderbilt a now is actually in prison i believe on rape charges i read but then darby wasn't in the car banks wasn't in the car anymore with them and i'm who wasn't in that car in inbox laura was leroy salman in that car vinny testaverde in that car who knows doug martin was he in the car was tony dungy when he used to coach i mean come on on and on and on this not that hard okay how many people were in the car and then at the time in question how many were there well it turns out that it was just winston at the time of question and it's all coming back on them right now and this is a guy who's had issues throughout his career that dates back to when he was in college as well and a lot of people just let his talent write checks that his character couldn't afford come on he stole some crab legs and just walked out the door from market who cares he's the quarterback of florida state you know the chop same thing the brave it doesn't matter since when do the rules not apply to everybody and a lot of times in sports or with rockstars or whatever actresses actors we see that often sometimes it doesn't and it's sad it's been that way but you know now a day with movements out there in more of a social consciousness and awareness out there it's it's really harder for this to be able to get by anyone as well but winston suspension is without pay he won't appeal as well the nfl said in a statement that he's also required to obtain clinical evaluation fully cooperate with whatever they feel the therapy will be for that particular program and good and if he doesn't comply could result in further discipline they also said another violation of the personal conduct policy will resort in more substantial discipline which includes aband possibly and for a guy who's your your top draft pick over paul and when you say a franchise quarterback the box gave him that monica and franchise quarterback they gave him the bank account to go along with it as well i've always been a big fan of maturity with quarterbacks okay i mean look wider divas i get it maybe not so much it's it's hard to find a mature wide receiver it's not nineteen eightyseven anymore my boy steve l'argent is roaming around exempt what he had gone from his route running his hands and maturity insurance oh wasn't his speed flying down the hill but nowadays it's more of a mimi me sport and you know what can you do for me it's all about me but winston did say and i quote he said first and foremost i would like to sam sorry do driver for the position i put you in it's uncharacteristic of me and i genuinely apologise i apologize to my teammates the bucks organization and for letting.

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02:20 min | 2 years ago

9 killed, scores wounded by Israeli fire in Gaza protest

"People were injured yesterday morning when a car slammed into an mta bus in brooklyn it happened near the intersection of moore street in no stern avenue in the prospect efforts garden's area according to cops the bus was stopped when the car hit it at a bus stop at that according to palestinian officials at least nine people were shot and killed by israeli forces along the israel gaza border israeli military spokesman jonathan cohen rica says the protests are actually according to him there riots they're trying to use these riots as a disguise as a vehicle to penetrate opened up the fence and then to insert terrorists into israel there are reports a teenager was among those shot and killed yesterday the palestinians have planned a series of marches along the border through mid may cloudy skies forty five degrees in midtown wins news time four twenty four new jersey governor phil murphy has signed an executive order which requires that reports on gun violence in the state be made public new jersey state police will publish monthly reports online now they say that will include information on the type of crimes committed the type of gun used the number of people shot and the location we will also issued quarterly reports that will break down state by state and this is really important where the guns used in the commission of a crime in new jersey originated from that will all be done for the first time murphy also says about eighty percent of the guns used in crimes in new jersey come from other states more turnover to tell you about lincoln center deborrah spar took over as president of lincoln center a year ago she's resigned her predecessor only held the post for for twenty seven months spar in a letter said quote questioned whether the role is right for me and ultimately determined that well fit i'd hope for his not materialized and wins news time four twenty five topquality floors at rock bottom prices homeowners and pros choose florin decor their incredible and then design center i tell them what my vision is and i'll come out of there with a real plan the design services are free the pro desk is fabulous if they saved me time they save me money they're going to help you find your products could help you get in and.

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"twenty seven months" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven months" Discussed on KTRH

"I'm pat watered and this was put staples stock market reports has chairman of the federal reserve what we're going to be looking for is any indication as to the number in timing of rate increases and and more importantly any sort of commentary around how these governors see the economy at this point so pat what we're waiting for the minutes to come up we've had some very good news this morning on the economy from the purchasing managers index has chairman of the federal reserve what we're going to be looking for is any indication as to the number and timing of rate increases and and more importantly any sort of commentary around how these governors see the economy at this point so pat what we're waiting for the minutes to come up with had some very good news this morning on the economy from the purchasing managers indices the composite numbers were released for february and they were good the composite pmi was almost fifty six fifty nine point nine versus a fifty three point seven percent expected in fifty three point eight forty bit january this is a twenty seven month high in a certain sector of the economy that is that he sixmonthhigh manufacturing uh pmi came in at fifty five point nine that's a forty monthhigh and what's interesting pat about all of this is that we're starting to see some increases in costs the average import prices jumped in february the highest since two thousand and thirteen july two thousand thirteen and this is a based on higher cost and rising client demand which is an important combination so this is something that i think that governors will be looking at odds thank you this has been the steeple stock market report with.

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"twenty seven months" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven months" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"At pacific lahser met kboi news time six sixteen time for headlines with rick worthington well we have a very serious issue going on his twenty six people killed about twenty others wounded yesterday after a man opened fire inside the first baptist church in sutherland springs taxes you heard more about that incident at the top of the hour we have a special report coming your way at the bottom of the hour we'll have much more on this story throughout the day as well here on six seventy kboi meanwhile president trump says the us and japan have a much better future during his first stop on his asian trip the president talked about the kinds of changes he wants to see develop between the two countries john lawrence reports president trump says japan has had the upper hand over the us when it comes to trade tried building your cars in the it states and set of shipping them overs at possible to ask that's not that's not rude is that rude i don't think so mr trump says the us and japan won't be able to come to an agreement that benefits both countries president trump and prime minister obaid said they see eyetoeye with the north korea situation saying maximum pressure should be placed on pyongyang's i'm john lawrence reporting anthony wiener is surrendering today correspondent steve kastenbaum says the disgraced former congressman is supposed to be serving his sentence after we sex did with a teenage girl when anthony wiener pleaded guilty to transferring obscene material to a minor he told the judge that he had a sickness but he didn't have an excuse the disgraced former congressman wept as he said he was a very sick man for a very long time he's expected to report to a federal facility today that offers treatment to sex offenders the estranged husband of hillary clinton aide whom abidine will serve his twenty one to twenty seven month long sentence at the.

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"twenty seven months" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven months" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"The case as an aggressor as part of his plea deal winner agreed not to appeal any sentence between twenty one and twenty seven months mark remillard abc news new york the trump administration yesterday unveiled a new travel ban it adds countries to the list and changes the rules for scrutinising travellers immigration law expert peter margali says it's still a muslim ban reality is that the ban is pretty much what it was before uh accepted it omits you can also now all the countries where there is really significant impact our majority muslim countries he says the ban as north korea and venezuela to the list which are not majority muslim countries but that's it superficial change an email controversy involving president trump's soninlaw white house adviser and president trump's soninlaw jared kushner has used a private email account to communicate with white house staffers his attorneys said in a statement to abc news that emails most often occurred when someone else initiated the exchange a white house the official conducting business on a personal email account is not unprecedented on the campaign trail trump eviscerated his opponent hillary clinton for handling classified information on a private emails server during her tenure as secretary of state katherine faulders abc news washington senate republicans adding billions of dollars to their healthcare bill hoping to win some port from gop senators who may be opposing the legislation maine senator susan collins sunday elba close the door on supporting the bill while alaska republican senator lisa murkowski's undecided senators john mccain rand paul and ted cruz of all expressed opposition to the bill this news brought to you by my computer career edu it training for a better life live we'll check traffic and weather together and five minutes i'm chad bauer news 1110 993 wbt ever ugo go you'll they'll what's happening when you this is wbz's morning news would autopsy.

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"twenty seven months" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven months" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"A a a a great story that we should leave with end up prosecutors this from the new york times prosecutors want anthony wiener to serve about two years prison yeah anthony weiner the disgraced former democratic congressman has not asked to serve any prison time for his hadn't has not asked to serve any prison time for his conviction i'm reading directly from the new york times in a sexton case but his request for probation was simply inadequate federal prosecutor said on wednesday adding that his crime deserves tie i'm in prison in a sense in memo the government asked a judge to give mr wiener a prison term of twenty one to twenty seven months in a case that invest him in an fbi investigation of hillary clinton last year before the presidential election mr winner who is to be sentenced on monday could receive up to ten years in prison on one count of transferring obscene materials to a minor a 15yearold girl who need exchanged loot text over several months in early 2016 and asking for leniency mr wieners lawyers argued that although his conduct was inexcusable he had been remorseful and made remarkable progress in therapy over the past year but the office of the act and united states attorney in manhattan said in a memorandum to the judge although mr wiener self destructive path from the united states congress from the felon is indisputably sad is crime is serious and has demonstrated need for deterrence is a israel so there you go so i wonder if he will actually get prison time jury member she had that you know you you you and i i'm sure you do i remember wiener bean part of the huge push for obamacare in january and february oh yeah and march of 2010 in a lead of surely he was a major driver of obama remember he was one of the odds surrogate than they they call them you know the a if a possible candidate or rising star basically of the party but maybe one day a possible candidate on on of the larger ticket i am i think it's interesting how this plays out because if they're looking for two years here obviously you wanna make a a in a statement on on the nature of the crime an you want to set a you.

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"twenty seven months" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven months" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"A great story that we should leave with and prosecutors this from the new york times prosecutors want anthony wiener to serve about two years in prison yeah anthony weiner the disgraced former democratic congressman has not asked to serve any prison time for his has not asked to serve any prison time for his conviction i'm reading directly from the new york times in a sexton case but his request for probation was simply inadequate federal prosecutor said on wednesday adding that his crime deserves time in prison in the sense in memo the government as to judge to give mr wiener a prison term of twenty one to twenty seven months in a case that a him in an fbi investigation of hillary clinton last year before the presidential election mr winner who is to be sentenced on monday could receive up to ten years in prison on one count of transferring ups seen materials to a minor a 15yearold girl whom he exchanged loot text over several months in early 2016 and asking for leniency mr wieners lawyers argued that although his conduct was inexcusable he had been remorseful and made remarkable progress in therapy over the past year but the office of the act in united states attorney in manhattan said in a memorandum to the judge although mr wiener self destructive path from the united states congress from the felon is indisputably sad is crime is serious and has demonstrated need for deterrence is israel so there you go so i wonder if he will actually get prison time jury member she had a you know you you you and i i'm sure you do i remember wiener being part of the huge push for obamacare in january and february oh yeah and march of 2010 in the leadup sure it he was a major driver of obama quote remember he was one of the surrogates than they they call them you know the eight it is a possible candidate or rising star basically of the party but maybe one day a possible candidate on on a larger ticket i am i think it's interesting how this plays out because if they're looking for two years here obviously you wanna make a a in a statement on on the nature of the crime uh and you want to set a you.

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"twenty seven months" Discussed on X96

X96

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven months" Discussed on X96

"The odds of survival lengthened with each passing hour so i guess they still haven't they've got eleven kids out of that school but they think there's still some there that may be law and working feverishly to do that melissa joan of arc sabrina the teenage which good beijing backlash good after a him abandoning that hurricane maria ruined her vacation quote droned other people's lives and just like that our family vacation is cancelled she caps in the screen shot announcing hurricane marie of landfall in dominica the former so the teenage which dr who campaigned for gerry johnson during the presidential election faced angry calment's on twitter following the post which has since been deleted yeah shia she posted it people's started pointing out how tonedeaf it was deleted it but peoples if this role but people screened captain started spreading it away yeah oh i get oh i didn't i didn't he died i'm sorry oh speaking in anthony weiner it says here this is the new york daily news per v x poll anthony wiener yeah that describes him repeatedly directed a 15yearold girl to strip in touch herself during video chat prosecutor said on wednesday that among other reasons are why the feds wont the erstwhile carlos danger to serve from twenty one to twenty seven months in prison and my guess is he's gonna get it yep it sounding like it if he will get the full because this isn't the first offends now mmm now his divorce trial will also go he they may postpone he was a jail time while his divorce trial goes on and then they'll put him in looks to walk away it's going to go it's like and of course a the the republicans are thrilled about this but they'll also try to use the same argument the he tried to use with donald trump jr which was i did naturally have sex yeah donald trump junior didn't actually get intel from the russians aegis met with the intent to get it right so just remember that when they tried to use that with donald trump.

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"twenty seven months" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven months" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"A a a great story that we should leave with and prosecutors prosecutors's from the new york times prosecutors want anthony winner to serve about two years in power prison yeah anthony winner the disgraced former democratic congressman has not asked to serve any prison time for his hadn't has not asked to serve any prison time for his conviction i'm reading directly from the new york times in a sexton case but his request for probation was simply inadequate federal prosecutor said on wednesday adding that his crime deserve first time in prison in the sense in memo the government asked a judge to give mr wiener a prison term of twenty one to twenty seven months in a case that a messed him in an fbi investigation of hillary clinton last year before the presidential election mr winner who is to be sentenced on monday could receive up to ten years in prison on one count of transferring obscene materials to a minor a 15yearold girl whom heated exchange liu text over several months in early 2016 and asking for leniency mr wieners lawyers argued that although his conduct was inexcusable he had been remorseful and made remarkable progress in therapy over the past year but the office of the act and united states attorney in manhattan said in a memorandum to the judge although mr wiener self destructive path from the united states congress from the felon is indisputably sad his crime is serious and has demonstrated need for deterrence is israel so there you go so i wonder if he will actually get prison time jury member she had you know you you you and i i'm sure you do i remember wiener being part of the huge push for obamacare in january and february oh yeah and march of 2010 in the leadup surely he was a major driver of obama quote remember he was one of the surrogates than they they call them you know the eight if a possible candidate or rising star basically the party but maybe one day a possible candidate on a on a the larger ticket i am i think it's interesting how this plays out because if they're looking for two years here obviously you wanna make a a in a statement on on the nature of the crime an you want to set a you.

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"twenty seven months" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven months" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"And prosecutors's from the new york times prosecutors one anthony winner to serve about two years in power prison yeah uh anthony winner the disgraced former democratic congressman has not asked to serve any prison time for his had has not asked to serve any prison time for his conviction i'm reading directly from the new york times in a sexton case but his request for probation was simply inadequate federal prosecutor said on wednesday adding that his crime deserve first time in prison and a sense in memo the government as to judge to give mr wiener a prison term of twenty one to twenty seven months in a case that a mesh timid an fbi investigation of hillary clinton last year before the presidential election mr wiener who is to be sentenced on monday could receive up to ten years in prison on one count of transfer obscene materials to a minor a 15yearold girl whom he had exchanged lou text over several months in early 2016 and asking for leniency mr wieners lawyers argued that although his conduct was inexcusable he had been remorseful and made remarkable progress in therapy over the past year but the office of the act and united states attorney in manhattan said in amman ramp memorandum to the judge although mr wiener selfdestructed path from the united states congressmen to felon is indisputably sad his crime is serious and has demonstrated need for deterrence is israel so there you go so i wonder if he will actually get prison time jerry member she had you know you you and i i'm sure you do i remember wiener being part of the huge push for obamacare in january and february oh yeah and march of 2010 in the leadup surely he was a major driver of a quote remember he was one of the surrogates than they they call them you know the eight it a possible candidate or rising star basically of the party but maybe one day a possible candidate on it on a larger ticket i am i think it's interesting how this plays out because if they're looking for two years here obviously you wanna make a a in a statement on on the nature of the crime uh and you want to set a you.

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"twenty seven months" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven months" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Twenty seven month sentence for corruption 71yearold was convicted in 2014 and abroad case that accused him of obstruction of justice and accepting bribes to promote a real estate project in jerusalem a vigil was held in on sunday in montreal where a man was fatally shot by police last week dan carping chunk reports that hundreds attending then marched downtown chanting black lives matter the protesters from the montreal and toronto chop fears of black lives matter gathered in front of the apartment where fiftyeightyearold pierre korea long was shot officials say he was likely distress last week when he was holding to screw drivers as police arrived he was hit i buy a taser than by rubber bullets in when that didn't subdue him they drew their service revolvers and repeatedly shot him activists of the vigils safely should not be the first to intervene and a mental health crisis at least one protester call it a pattern of police violence against people who are black or mentally ill protesters what government funding for black specific mental health services and a national black mental health strategy for npr news i'm dan carping check in toronto as americans prepare to celebrate the nation's two hundred and four the first birthday they're feeling pretty negative about the overall tone and level of civility in washington and they say it's gotten worse since the election of president trump a new npr pbs newshour marrusde poll also finds this trust of many of the nation's institutions this is npr support for npr comes from ozzie a new source committed to covering rising stars emerging trends and unconventional ideas this week a story about vietnam's battle against poachers at oz wide dot com stay.

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"twenty seven months" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven months" Discussed on WLAC

"Or go to amy who is in san antonio texas amy you're on the dave ramsey show haka will i agree how can you protect my call sure at one question on carry we should considered purchasing an home hired a pain or curtain more imminent you've got to go ahead and rent out we were looking at our repeating a crack we had no other fiber mortgage and we're to it up our mortgage now in about twenty seven months from now and then woman have been retired from the new occurring career from now we're looking at three at a primary then come out and patrick green rent pinero were telling them okay yeah i mean that's a great question in my my husband and then my dad obviously is like real estate everyday they're obsessed with rail stay at the fact of buying investment properties and all of that so i understand the the the kennedy glitter around that because it is a it is an exciting investment again for some people kind of scratches that it's more than just like a four one k that kind of sounds a little bit more warring but were you guys are i would at pay off your house continue to fund retirement fifteen percent of your income into retirement and pay off at house in twenty seven months and then once that's paid off then save that for an invest in investment property and my advice which is a little bit counter to probably that world is the state of pay cash for investment properties a lot of people go mortgage out a second or third home and try to rented out and that kind of thing and sometimes it goes fine and sometimes it has really bad because you can't get a renter and then you're secretary mortgages so on and so forth so when it comes to investment properties beyond your retirement.

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"twenty seven months" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven months" Discussed on WTVN

"Correspondent and legal analysts who had a pretty interesting take on this last night those a little different than anything else that that i've been hearing in the media welcome both of you geraldo you think there might be and can be and potentially be although i i tend to doubted knowing the way prosecutions work in this country and if you're a conservative probably they throw the book at you if you're a liberal you get off the hook but you say this possible legal ramifications i think that's why you're on i think that amnuay pnn dropped her because of the possible criminal implication under title eighteen of the us code it is acquire a felony punishable by up to five years in prison that threaten to kill kidnap or injure the president of the united states right bit yeah youth the joke defend we fight with only kidding depend but it doesn't always work and there are plenty of people including one who said ah i know i'm an obama poster president obama poster killed this man he did twenty seven months in federal prison so i i think that it's it's a very big deal and enter the scale it's a lot remember when kramer from find feld michael richard youth the end were you went and then an and any to defy everybody he was gunned new with the almost aren't read mab a show business in i think this is even more theory what do you think joe and and how do you look at the coverage of say this president in the media your colleagues your our friends who seem not ostracize you a little bit yours they don't you don't seem like you're a member of the club which fascinates me because it's all groups think seemingly to me but how would the reaction of bayan if it was anybody doing it to obama it would be like a combination of the missing malaysian yet with russia trump coverage that's what this would be ewald the wall for the last few days it's been you are all those laughing because all good humour is rooted in the truth that's absolutely true what you're saying is a fact it is yeah absolutely and look i i grew geraldo.

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