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You know, they know you heard it here

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So tons of stuff going on in the news

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Want to talk about first

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Really interesting to me is Joe Rogan set the internet on fire over the weekend

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with his tweet about the controversy of

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the food pyramid saying that’s anything that’s

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The government comes up with is wrong and stuff like that. He kind of went a little overboard with it

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But when you look at the food pyramid, it does seem when I was younger. I remember we had the food

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Categories and then when I was like in like elementary school, they changed it or

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I don’t know intermediate maybe they changed it to the pyramid and they said it was really simple and some of that

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but when you really look at the food pyramid, I kind of get what he means because it is a little bit outdated because

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You know if you have to try to do and believe me I’m not a health expert or anything like that

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I definitely could use

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to lose weight and get in shape myself, but

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But he is right about one thing the one thing that that all these play all these health companies Weight Watchers

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Is when I know because I’ve tried it and have used it but and all these other companies

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The list of health companies going on but

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With these dieting companies, I guess one health companies and dieting companies

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One of the things they always tell you do is to cut out the carbs

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And when you look at the bottom of the food pyramid

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It’s a six to eleven servings of carbs a day

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Right and then when you go up top

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It’s a smaller area the pyramid says three to five servings of fruit vegetables, which

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Fruit which vegetables are good for you. The fruit is good to you to a certain degree

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There’s a lot of sugar and fruit, but it’s natural sugar, but it’s still sugar

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and then up high you get milk and cheese and

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Poultry and all that kind of stuff and then up high obviously your fats on what you should have a little bit of that

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but little or none of that but you know

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What I think is interesting about that is

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most of your bread cereals rice pastas if it’s white rice or

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If it’s not the right kind like it’s not enough information here

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because somebody who is is not an expert on and I’m not an expert either but

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Wouldn’t really, you know, they would think okay

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I can use much much carbs and pasta as I can which

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The truth is the only thing you could really eat that or like on any of these things or no points is

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Vegetables or like cheese because there’s no carbs on so I get what he’s trying to say

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where the main thing that the main focus now is

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you know getting carbohydrates out of people’s lives because that’s what they say puts on the pound so

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Mean, yes, you can have brown rice and and yes you could have

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But but like it’s a cereal here

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Not all which is vague is not not all cereals are good for you

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Which is what sort of the controversy when he said the way the food pyramids designed right now

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The it makes it look like Lucky Charms is healthier for you than a steak or chicken

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And I kind of get what he means with that because it just says cereal

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But not all cereals are good for you because that you know, so I kind of get what he means with this

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and to a certain degree because

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It really is dated

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things have changed over the years this hasn’t been updated and quite some quite a long time and

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They maybe should update it a little bit or somehow clarify something it doesn’t

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Because even like yogurt like is at the top and that’s like the one thing

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Natural yogurt is the one thing you can eat when you’re on weight watchers of that because it’s very little points

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So I think this whole thing needs to be it needs to be changed

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I mean, yes the servings it could because that’s the one thing they try to do is get carbs out of your diet

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That’s what Atkins was about. That’s what

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Keto is about

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Even weight like I said weight watchers all that kind of stuff is gull about getting the carbs out so you lose the weight

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so in a way, I kind of agree with him that this is very outdated and

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It should really be updated

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To reflect it and like I said because at the top it says sugars added sugars, but that’s not

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Bread has sugar and it has white flour in it which turns into sugar. So it’s not I

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Do agree with him on this actually and I’ve actually thought about this myself, but I’ve never actually said it

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and obviously I’m not as big of a voice as he is on the internet, but

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I think that is really important and I really think that he is onto something with that that that doesn’t need to be

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Does need to be updated because it’s not it isn’t right. So I

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Thought that was interesting and I just wanted to bring that up since it did set the internet on on fire the other day

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It was trending all over so

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Very important. I’ll also to over the weekend

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Somebody did hit I think it announced Saturday that somebody did hit that one ticket was bought then they did win the 1.3 billion dollar lottery

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So good for that person. I hope they spend it wisely and

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I hope that they you know, save a lot of it don’t waste it all away

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Actually, I didn’t know this statistically is an interesting article here on Fox News

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Statistically them and I can see this thinking about it now

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They say the majority of people that play the lottery are lower income Americans

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And and to find 60% of people that win the lottery end up becoming broke again because they spend all the money and they don’t

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Save it

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So I thought that was pretty interesting

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Can see that because every time you go in any kind of smoke shop or any kind of

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Any kind of thing like that. You always see lottery tickets and stuff like that there

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They also say huge amount of people that smoke those. It’s another article here – and this

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Another statistic in this article here says that apparently

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The majority of lower income Americans also smoke. So it’s actually it’s actually interesting

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Like I said, do you think smoking lottery it all kind of goes together?

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If you think about it in all those smoke shops and stuff like that

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So yeah, that was in the news as well one person

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and what I think it’s the reason why I’m bringing this up is I think what’s kind of sad about this is I

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Mean, yes, it’s still a lot of money. I’m not taking anything away like don’t know pity party for them. But

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If you think about 1 1.3 billion, I

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Mean, they’re gonna lose probably about four or five hundred

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Thou four or five hundred million of this to taxes alone

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And they’re not gonna get the 1.3 million unless they took the annuity if it’s cash you get much less

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I forget how much it was. It was cash. But either way

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Even if they took the annuity and they got the 1.3 million over like what 20 or 30 years, right?

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If you think about it

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Where this four or five hundred thousand goes was three hundred four hundred thousand four hundred million. I’m sorry

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Goes to the government for taxes. I mean that that’s insane. No wonder the government wants a lottery so bad

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It’s a way of them making money. I

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Mean if you think about it a lot of us a long way the government has a lot as well benefits older, Pennsylvania

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Yes, but it also benefits the government too because they take all that tap

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Everybody plays it which builds it up and then when somebody hits it they get the taxes for it. I mean, it’s basically

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You know a legal a legalized

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Wait for you know a legal I it’s legalizing gambling so that they can make money on it

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So I thought that was uh, just like gambling anything with gambling the states allow gambling and stuff like that. I mean, yes

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it’s you know, it is a way for them to bring recreation to the area because a lot of times casinos bring a lot of people but

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Gambling is also a way to when the state approves gambling. It’s also a way for them to make money on Pennsylvania

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Which is where I live for for years would not legalize gambling would not legally and then finally somebody will government says well

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Listen, if we don’t legalize all these people are going to Atlantic City like literally Pennsylvania was known for years growing

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Especially growing up

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And even in my high school years in my college years till they approved it

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Pennsylvania was known to have bus trips in Langley literally every day. They would have bus trips

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From somewhere to Langley that was a pop and then finally somebody had said

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Somebody finally had said in Pennsylvania

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Why are we sending all these people to gamble in in Jersey?

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We just legalized gambling here in Pennsylvania and we’ll keep all this money

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Ergo the reason why Atlantic City has gone downhill so much because a big chunk of that was you know

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Was a lot of I know for a fact I think they said Langley lost it

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I think a third of their revenue in Pennsylvania at legalized gambling. So I

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Thought that was something interesting

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And if you think about it

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You know gambling has always is away now the government using you know using another way to get tax money. So

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Another thing something I did want to talk about which is kind of

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concerning if you do live in the California’s been hit with all these rainstorms and all these

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All these kind of just the storms are flooding the ground saturated a lot of people are

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That are staying they can’t get you know, they’re just on a brace for more flooding brace for more flooding

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Because the ground is so saturated but now they have mudslides and and and it’s it’s pretty bad

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the other day at the I think it was I thought it was Oscars or whatever it was, but um,

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Kevin Costner, excuse me, Kevin Costner won an award and

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He was actually not there and they said they said one of the reasons he wasn’t there was in California with the flooding

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He couldn’t make it out. But I guess also too he was dealing with something with his house with the mudslides of it. So

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You know, it’s a real thing and by the way

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Like I said this before I said it during the hurricanes and all that rain and all that don’t is not with kill people

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It’s the flooding. It’s the mudslides. It’s all that stuff is what kills people not the

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You know, not the actual the storm itself is a killer

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but it’s the role the not the roll out but the the aftermath that

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follows that is what you know flooding in the mudslides and and all the other stuff that comes along with it is ends up what

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that’s what kills people so

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Know kind of one of those things to watch out for especially if you’re on the the west coast, you know, please stay safe

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So we have like I said, we have some news that I do want to talk about but

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there are some other couple other topics I had that came up today and that I saw on the news that I

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Guess Thursday is when we hit the debt ceiling here in America

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And I want to point out a lot of people the news is making a big big point over this

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That we’re gonna hit the debt ceiling. We’re gonna hit the debt. So we’re gonna hit this

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I’m like thinking of myself we’ve almost hit the debt ceiling so many times and all they’re gonna do is raise it

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now one of the things that reason why I’m bringing this up is because

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The in this gonna be a big story next week the debt ceiling is gonna be a big story next week. I know it is

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but so apparently

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All that stuff that went on with the House Speaker and all that kind of stuff all that voting so that one of the reasons

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why they were able to give votes was because I

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Guess he promised as if you voted for him that one of the ways they’re gonna fix the debt ceiling is cut spending

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So I’m sure we’re gonna hear about a bunch of spending cuts over the next

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There’s probably at least this week coming up

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Because you know, I mean Thursday we hit the debt ceiling 31 trillion

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They always raise it. They probably are gonna raise it again

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But in but I think that what he’s gonna I think the House Speaker’s gonna be like, okay, here’s what we’re gonna do

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We’re gonna raise it

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Either we’re not gonna raise it and we’re gonna cut spending and the cuts are gonna be nasty or it’s gonna be okay

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We’ll raise it but this it’s always it’s always gonna be a but but I know it’s gonna be a big story next week

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A lot of people are saying that one of the reasons how he won was he promised to go ahead and cut spending

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in exchange for votes

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So we will see what happens this week

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I do think it’s gonna be a big story and I’m gonna get through it folks. There’s nothing to panic about

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We’re gonna get through this we get we get through it every time this happens

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You know, it’s just they’re gonna either raise the debt

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So they’re gonna cut spending or they’re gonna cut spending and raise the debts

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It’s gonna be the same thing and it’s just it’s the same, you know song and dance every time so

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Like I said, I wouldn’t really worry about it too much you’re gonna hear a lot about it next week and it’s just me

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We’re gonna get through it

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It’s always a story and it’s always

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They just gonna take on more debt. That’s just what the government does so

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And there’s only so much they can cut because they promised so much money to somebody so many things

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So it’s it’s just it is what it is

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Nothing to get worried about don’t panic about it

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You’re gonna be just fine. Trust me

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You’re up one of the reasons why I bring in one of the things I wanted to talk about was the war

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I don’t talk about it too much on the show, but

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Apparently Europe now is I guess is there a need over new crane of equipment?

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specifically tanks and they’re saying France and Poland and United Kingdom’s have pledged to send tanks over there for

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Ukraine to you know to use or whatever. I think Finland they’re saying possibly might even be as well

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but apparently they’re gonna be saying a bunch of

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dozens of

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Challenger two tanks

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Additional artillery things of that nature to help Ukraine

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So it’s nice to see the other countries finally chipping in especially France Poland people like that

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They haven’t really chipped in as much as we have. So it’s really great to see those guys go ahead and chipping in and

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Finally helping out with you know, it’s really I mean, I think really they should I mean poor I mean, you know

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I I don’t know. I just think you Ukraine is you know, they weren’t really bothering anybody

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And now you know, I hate to see you know

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Especially this is tough tough to watch too because I mean this is being fought right in their home turf or in their home

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You know, it’s not like it’s being a war they’re fighting in another it’s being fought right in there right by you know

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How many people were killed the other day when Russia attacked there, you know, and all it’s just it’s all every day

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There’s death more death tolls there and some of that and it’s really upsetting

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Especially when you have you know people that were just hanging out there not doing you know

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living their lives and then this comes along and what really upsets me is the people and the reason why is because

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You know those people that are there those Ukrainian people they didn’t start this war. They didn’t ask for this war

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This was all done by the politicians and all that and these people and the people the ones that are suffering

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With their houses being destroyed bombs being you know people friends of theirs family members dying

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But they didn’t start this where the politicians said it’s ridiculous and I feel bad for the people

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I don’t feel bad for the politicians. I feel bad for the people

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But like I said, at least they’re gonna follow suit

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I do want to point out to a lot of people have been freaking out over this whole gas stove thing. That was a big

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You know hella blue

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Over the weekend people freaking out that the government is gonna take their gas stoves

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Even my mother-in-law was like, oh you’re not taking my gas stove and I’m like, oh my goodness

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They are not taking your gas stoves

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So what they what’s going on with that is so when you use a gas stove

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You burn when you burn when you’re cooking with it. You’re burning the fuel

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It releases a chemical nitrogen dioxide and there’s another one. I don’t remember the name, but forgive me

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That may worsen the symptoms if you have asthma. I know my grandparents growing up had a gas stove

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used to burn gas and it always bothered my most asthma and they swapped it out for another one and

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It still did the same thing

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But my they use of her heat as well and nice about them because when they’re using it for heat

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It’s always running and you should really bother mother all time

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they swapped it out and they just they swapped the heating system out in the house and then they just used it for cooking and

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Yeah cooking in the stove and I think that was it and they you had steam heat put in so I

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Didn’t bother my mother as much because it was only being used with the you know with with cooking

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So it was a lot less on her because when you’re using it all day for heat

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Obviously it’s burning all day and it was it was getting her sick. So

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They swapped it out and they got steam heat and then they just used it for cooking and gas and that was much less

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It’s still bother her when they used it, but not as much

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Because it wasn’t running all day

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To heat the house back then that’s what they did

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They used the they use the your stove was also your heater for the house. So they don’t do that anymore

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That was old happy. That’s what they had back then

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but apparently there was a new study release that apparently they’re saying that

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one in five kids

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In California struggle there from asthma because of gas stoves and then they’re saying one in eight

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Americans struggle because of gas stoves

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So what they were saying was that if they can’t find a better way to make them that doesn’t get people sick

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That they might pull, you know, they might ban on gas stoves might happen which again

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It’s it’s not really the stove itself. That’s the issue. It’s the burning of the fuel

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That is is what causes the problem

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and I think that people really blew that had a hand because

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Again, like I said, it’s when you burn and when you’re cooking and you’re burning it

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It’s that that release of those two chemicals that causes the thing

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So I’m not really sure if there’s a better way they can me

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I’m sure with the way technology is they might be able to find a better way to do this

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And I hope they do because it you know, it’d be better for people

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It’s it’s a situation of we’re burning it burning fossil fuels

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A lot of people saying well, this is they’re trying to do this to you know, support of the the Biden’s green initiative in it

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No, it is a problem. It’s something that just got brought up recently in a study. So they’re looking into it

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I think he might have spoken maybe a little bit too quick with hat but you know, it’s

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The issue is burning of the you know of the fuels and and in my opinion if you do have somebody in the house

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with the issue

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You know and I know some people rent they don’t own

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But if it is an issue you they should think about getting a guest

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electric cooktop or an electric oven, I mean, I mean I hate to say that but that’s

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Kind of where I am at is if it bother, you know, if you know, you have a child with asthma

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You know get an electric cooktop or get an electric

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you know oven and you know, I think that

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You know, it’d be hard for them to I mean every

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Almost every kit big like major kitchen area as far as restaurants of that they all use gas so they can’t get rid of gas stoves

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I just don’t see it especially not in the commercial space

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It just electric just isn’t that way. I mean, I like electric stoves too, but it’s it’s they’re not as I

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Don’t know they did I don’t know they’re not as fast they’re not as efficient as far as the cooking goes

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It cooks better on gas some of that. I’m all for electric stoves

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Especially if you were somebody who you know needs to have one

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But like I said, that’s what that whole outrage was about

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I don’t know if there’s a better way they maybe they can to me

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There wasn’t a way that they could make like some kind of thing around the flame that would keep the gas

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And I don’t know like as far as that. I don’t know

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I mean there are people out there engineers stuff of that that I’m sure will eventually figure this out

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But that’s what that is and you know, if you do have asthma or something like that or situation, you know

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And you do rent you can tell the landlord about situation you cook on a hot plate

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There are or have there even just have the kid, you know go up to his room with the with the the window open

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I would ever when you’re cooking. I mean if you don’t if you have to have a gas stove over

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I mean, you know, there are there are ways around this. I don’t know necessarily

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We need to ban gas stoves, but

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You know, that’s what that whole insanity was about over the weekend and I thought that was I wanted to bring that up a

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couple things

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News that came out from also to before the weekend

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Trump the Trump organization has to pay 1.6 million in fines

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Over this whole tax of eight this whole tax evasion thing and then the person that does their taxes

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I think he’s going away for a little bit a few months some of that but again 1.6 million

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That’s a drop in the bucket for a company making billion. So

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You know that was in the news this week and you know, I mean

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You knew you he knew that when he ran for president that we’re gonna start looking at these sorts of things

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So I’m not surprised they found something. I mean again the company’s got to pay a fine

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I’m sure they’ll pay a fine a lot of companies pay fines

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You know over these sorts of things so, you know pay is fine and then it’ll be over so

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Other news in the hunter Biden was in the news this weekend and I’m thinking myself. Oh my gosh

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No more this this hunter Biden laptop crap, but what it actually was it’s a it’s an article in the post. I have it right here

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That he’s apparently trying to get he doesn’t want his daughter to have his last name

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He wants her to have his whatever his girlfriends, whatever mistresses

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whatever his last name and

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he’s saying that he she doesn’t want her to buy the name and

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Saying that he wants to get his child support lowered

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Due to fine due to financial issues and I thought that was interesting your father’s the president

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Trust me, you can go ahead and you can pay your child support. Trust me

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The fact he was trying to get it lowered was ridiculous. So apparently he tried to deny paternity in 2019 and

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then in

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But apparently they did a DNA test and apparently it is his kid. So

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Like I said, I think this might have been the girlfriend or the mistress or whoever she was

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But I can let me tell you you look at the photos of her

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And you look at the photos of him and it’s like she could have done much better. Trust me

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She is she’s a good-looking woman and and how she got with him is just I mean she could done she could have done much better

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But apparently he doesn’t want a daughter to have his last name because it will the girl we have to open herself up to rest

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Of her life to criticism of being his daughter and some of that if she doesn’t have his last name

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She won’t be open to that criticism

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To be honest with you. I think that’s a bunch of BS to be honest with you. But apparently like I said

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that was in the news this week and

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Like I said, I you know, he’s trying to get out of pain his child support and I think that’s ridiculous

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You can pay your child support just like everybody else can and support your child point his other article

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He’s saying it’s because he’s under that

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tax audit or that federal tax

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Investigation and that’s part of the reasons why he’s saying it has been underway since 20 since 2018

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He’s saying that’s why he can’t because of the tax line, but it’s a load of crap

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I mean, you know what he met her, you know after he broke up

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I think was his wife or something like that. She I don’t know they’re saying she was a stripper who knows but I know

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She worked at his law firm and they had a fling she got pregnant and now it’s time to fess up

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I mean, that’s just this guy is like immune from fessing up to anything he ever did. It’s unbelievable

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Just really annoying when people can’t face up to what they did

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So also – they have I want to point this out kind of like a public service

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The CDC has issued a warning that if you have known

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Blood clot issues you shouldn’t get the Johnson & Johnson

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We kind of already knew that but they’re saying if you have heart issues, maybe you shouldn’t get the Moderna or the Pfizer

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Maybe you should get the Johnson & Johnson

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So what they’re saying is if you know, you have a known history of an ailment

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Maybe not get the one that causes might cause that issue

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Like I think was the Pfizer that caused the issue with the heart

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So if you’re if you’re getting you know, if you have a heart issue don’t get the one that could affect heart

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You know if you’re getting you have a known blood clot issue don’t get the one that causes the blood clots

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Basically what’s saying so kind of like a kind of a warning kind of a public service announcement

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So like I said, I thought that was important to kind of get that out also to the health news

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Anyway, I thought this is something I wanted to bring up just because I found it interesting

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They’re saying that US cancer death the lowest they’ve been since 91

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report from the American Cancer Association

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Saying that’s the the lowest that we’ve seen in decades, which it is

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They said the reason is because of early detection

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lower rates of smoking and improvement in treatment of the

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HPV with the vaccines and stuff like that. So I thought that was really good news. I know cancer especially

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Really was was really bad

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Especially probably in the 70s and 80s and and then you know, and and it was a really on the rise for a while there

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Now obviously things are getting better. So that’s good to hear

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Especially for us that want to live long lives

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So something something else I’m gonna look the the Tesla if anybody saw this the Tesla car the other day

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and was driving on the highway and

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It it’s just stopped suddenly

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And of course an eight car pileup

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And Tesla has released the self-driving feature and also at the assisted driving

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But what’s concerning about this is the person?

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that was in the

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driver’s seat will have the

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back the the

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Chair reclined and he was sleeping. So I mean

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See the way the self-driving were is the concern about self-driving

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The way self-driving works is you’re supposed to have your hands on the wheel

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Apparently he had a little weight on the steering wheel so that it would take its hands along the wheel

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So I don’t know if you can really blame Tesla’s wish. You’re supposed to be able to brake on the vehicle when you’re running.

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I can’t believe he said this.

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Because you know he was a little bit of a background in the video.

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He’s just wants attention.

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But yeah with the self-driving cars you’re supposed to have your hands on the wheel

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you’re supposed to

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You know be awake and alert and this person

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Apparently was sleeping because an eight car pileup some kid got injured. Unfortunately, thank God nobody died. No critical issues

00:29:24.740 –> 00:29:30.900
Thank God, but yeah, but this is not great advertisement for Tesla considering they just released their self-driving the other day

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So I think it’s really important to understand that self-driving does not mean go to sleep in the driver’s seat. It means

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You have to be awake. You just can you know

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You got to be awake. You gotta be alert. You can’t be just

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Laying like you can’t be sleeping. You have to be awake. You have to be alert. Why this thing stopped for no apparent reason

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They haven’t released it yet. But again self-driving is is really concerning because people need to be awake and alert

00:30:00.460 –> 00:30:04.260
Even if the guy felt tired, he should have at least you know

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Try to be you know, at least be vertical and not have the car ever sleep. It’s ridiculous. So

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Very important. I wanted to point that out that self-driving does not mean go to sleep

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You have to have your hands on the wheel. You have to be awake. You have to be alert

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You know, it’s just this is really really really bad

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I mean if you want me thing just stopped automatically in the middle highway

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If he was awake, he might have been able to hit the gas. He might have been a I don’t know

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He might have been able to do something again self-driving and assisted driving do not mean you fall asleep at the wheel

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So, I mean Tesla hasn’t I mean Tesla hasn’t released anything yet. I’m sure they will

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Only accidents with the self-driving cars have actually not been

00:30:46.420 –> 00:30:49.540
actual cars themselves it’s been

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Driver interaction or something like that. So we’ll see what happens and we’ll go from there

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I’m actually gonna follow this one cuz I’m actually really curious about it. So in the the state of

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Illinois has become the the ninth state in the country to ban assault rifles

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and and I think this is kind of sad the apparently the

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74 Illinois sheriff’s departments have

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Basically said they are not going to uphold the law

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and governor JB

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Zayker I don’t forgive me if I butchered that apparently made a comment and he said that you know, if if

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The officers are not gonna do their job

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He’s gonna take them off the job and you know, I have to say one thing even though

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They don’t agree with it. They are there to uphold the law and

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And I kind of have mixed feelings about this that I understand they’re saying they think it’s it’s a Second Amendment right issue

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Because it bans high-capacity magazines and switches

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but you know it, you know, like I said, he has banned assault rifles and

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He’s gonna you know, they’re saying these guys saying they’re not gonna check if they’re registered. They’re not gonna you know arrest people

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they’re not gonna do this and I’m like and I

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Mean, I understand they’re in a tough situation if you don’t agree with something, but yet you’re in the law enforcement

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You have to do your job and your job is to enforce the law whether you agree with it or not

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And I don’t agree with that just like Secret Service. They may not always agree with the president

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They may not even like who the president is

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but at the end of their day at the end of their job is to protect the president so I

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Don’t really agree with this to be honest with you. I think that if the law is what the law is

00:32:37.600 –> 00:32:43.540
you know and you you have to you know, do your job and you have to hold it and

00:32:43.540 –> 00:32:51.380
You know, it’s a tough situation to be in I you know the same situation happened during COVID with the masking and you know

00:32:51.380 –> 00:32:57.820
Some people some sheriff’s enforce it some sheriff’s didn’t I think if that’s the the rules or the laws that are in play now

00:32:57.820 –> 00:33:02.560
Yeah a mask not necessarily as a big of a deal as say a gun

00:33:02.560 –> 00:33:09.600
But um, you know, we’ve all been in situations in the work field where we don’t necessarily agree with the situation

00:33:09.600 –> 00:33:15.820
But it is the job. It’s the direction that the company or the government decided to go in and

00:33:16.940 –> 00:33:21.700
You know, we have to do do the job unfortunately, even if we don’t agree with it and that does stink

00:33:21.700 –> 00:33:24.340
But it is what it is, unfortunately

00:33:24.340 –> 00:33:30.220
So one thing I do want to point out somebody had sent me a message on our social network

00:33:30.220 –> 00:33:36.380
rebel social media and somebody had and those was interesting comment somebody had said do you think

00:33:36.380 –> 00:33:40.260
That the Biden classified documents leak

00:33:40.260 –> 00:33:45.140
Is just as damaging as the Clinton email leaks

00:33:46.260 –> 00:33:50.980
You know, I I responded back to this person. I don’t think they are as damaging

00:33:50.980 –> 00:33:57.820
considering it happened to Trump and serene now is happening to buy them, but the other reason I think is because since the

00:33:57.820 –> 00:34:02.540
You know these documents aren’t exactly leaking there. They’re just being found

00:34:02.540 –> 00:34:06.100
And so they’re not I think it’s a bit of her emails actually leaked

00:34:06.100 –> 00:34:10.520
Somebody got a whole copy of the email server. They dumped it up to WikiLeaks and WikiLeaks was releasing

00:34:10.520 –> 00:34:13.140
confidential emails and stuff like that to the world

00:34:13.900 –> 00:34:18.180
This is this case a little bit different. Um, do I think it’s gonna be damaging to him?

00:34:18.180 –> 00:34:23.180
I think by the time the elections come around I think this I mean Jill will bring it up and they’ll throw in his face

00:34:23.180 –> 00:34:27.620
But I think by the time the elections come the heat from this will die down

00:34:27.620 –> 00:34:35.380
But the other thing is to like I said, they’re not actually nobody’s releasing these classified in documents. They’re just

00:34:35.380 –> 00:34:40.220
You know finding them at his places and the FBI is confiscating them

00:34:40.220 –> 00:34:46.140
So I think it’s a little the situation’s a little bit different in the sense that you’re not

00:34:46.140 –> 00:34:50.900
You’re not it’s not exactly releasing the documents where with her case

00:34:50.900 –> 00:34:55.720
They were dumping them like all the time every week or two. They were dumping documents where with this case

00:34:55.720 –> 00:35:01.660
He’s not exactly dumping anything. They’re just finding the documents at his house. He’s cooperating with them, you know stuff like that

00:35:01.660 –> 00:35:06.420
It’s a little bit different Trump the same thing to their they’re not they’re not leaking them

00:35:06.420 –> 00:35:12.360
They’re just finding them and returning them and they’re cooperating. So it’s I think the situation’s a little bit different

00:35:12.360 –> 00:35:16.820
But I do want to thank that person for going ahead and reaching out to me

00:35:16.820 –> 00:35:24.480
On our on our social platform again rebel social media. Go ahead join up there. It’s free. It’s a free community. We just hang out

00:35:24.480 –> 00:35:29.780
It’s a good time last night. We were talking about video games and stuff like that. Sometimes we talk politics

00:35:29.780 –> 00:35:34.860
Sometimes we talk all different kinds of stuff. So it’s a really great group hanging in rebel social media

00:35:34.860 –> 00:35:37.460
It’s free to sign up and I look forward to

00:35:37.460 –> 00:35:40.540
Seeing you on there

00:35:40.540 –> 00:35:46.560
So another something else to somebody put it out to me on the and I’m so glad I love this interaction for you guys

00:35:46.560 –> 00:35:50.500
Like I said, I really appreciate you guys joining up and and message to me on there

00:35:50.500 –> 00:35:55.480
Somebody pointed up about when to know when this when your side hustle is

00:35:55.480 –> 00:35:58.020
Is full-time. I

00:35:58.020 –> 00:36:00.980
thought that was an interesting question only because I

00:36:01.900 –> 00:36:05.900
Know my myself I did it for a lot of years and

00:36:05.900 –> 00:36:10.140
So I did my side hustle for a lot of years like ten years before I did a full-time

00:36:10.140 –> 00:36:13.620
I had to make sure I kind of like said to myself, okay

00:36:13.620 –> 00:36:19.960
My business needs to be able to even slow to support, you know, these are all my bills

00:36:19.960 –> 00:36:21.160
I need to be gonna make these bills off

00:36:21.160 –> 00:36:23.640
So you have to give some cushion because obviously inflation things go up

00:36:23.640 –> 00:36:27.980
I need to be able to put money away every month so I can you know retire I

00:36:28.660 –> 00:36:32.340
need to be able to have health care health insurance for myself and my family and

00:36:32.340 –> 00:36:37.260
You know, so I had I went through all those things and kind of said, okay

00:36:37.260 –> 00:36:40.740
So this is how much I have to make and it’s got to be consistent

00:36:40.740 –> 00:36:46.100
and and all that and I waited a long time before I ever I waited a lot longer than most people would because I

00:36:46.100 –> 00:36:48.420
Didn’t want to leave my safe job

00:36:48.420 –> 00:36:53.380
Until I knew that we had enough to be able to do that

00:36:53.380 –> 00:36:56.620
So that’s why I took I mean it was years and years and years and years

00:36:58.460 –> 00:37:01.500
Before I ever jumped in full-time with anything like that, so

00:37:01.500 –> 00:37:05.840
Like I said, it’s gonna be depend. Everybody’s financial situation is different

00:37:05.840 –> 00:37:09.500
But knowing when to to go full-time

00:37:09.500 –> 00:37:13.820
You’re gonna have to sit down look at your bills or your expenses give yourself some breathing room

00:37:13.820 –> 00:37:19.120
Know that you’re gonna have quiet weeks and stuff like that. And then you know, and then you’re gonna say, okay

00:37:19.120 –> 00:37:21.120
Well, this is what I’m gonna do and stuff like that

00:37:21.120 –> 00:37:25.500
Some people a lot of my friends that have gone into full-time

00:37:25.980 –> 00:37:31.040
They were they were they weren’t working full-time and then they got laid off and that’s how they kind of started this jump in full-time

00:37:31.040 –> 00:37:33.540
Unfortunately, sometimes you’re pushed into that situation

00:37:33.540 –> 00:37:37.420
I hope that doesn’t happen for you, but I like to see you do it when you’re ready

00:37:37.420 –> 00:37:42.000
But yeah, it’s gonna be one of those things where you’re gonna need to know financially

00:37:42.000 –> 00:37:47.300
You know what if you can’t or can’t you’re gonna need to know sometimes like is it it’s forced on you. Sometimes you can

00:37:47.300 –> 00:37:50.580
Decide to leave corporate America

00:37:50.580 –> 00:37:52.940
It depends everybody is different

00:37:52.980 –> 00:37:57.700
So like I said, you’re gonna need to know what your expenses are how much you need to make every week

00:37:57.700 –> 00:38:02.600
To support the business as well as yourself. So it’s it’s gonna be one of those things

00:38:02.600 –> 00:38:04.400
It’s gonna be you know, you’re gonna have to lay

00:38:04.400 –> 00:38:07.860
You know take some time and take a notepad out write everything down

00:38:07.860 –> 00:38:10.980
see how much you gotta make see how much the business is making right now and

00:38:10.980 –> 00:38:13.740
And go and go from there, you know

00:38:13.740 –> 00:38:14.900
It’s just and you know

00:38:14.900 –> 00:38:20.360
sometimes you’ll know – you’ll see the busy if the business getting so busy and it’s been going on for so long that you can’t

00:38:20.360 –> 00:38:23.500
Keep doing your full-time job and that then it may be time

00:38:23.500 –> 00:38:26.980
Or if you know if you’re only getting one or two jobs a week

00:38:26.980 –> 00:38:29.620
You’re not ready to go full-time yet

00:38:29.620 –> 00:38:35.200
Generally, you’re gonna know as the business owner when you can take it full-time because you’re gonna know what your expenses are

00:38:35.200 –> 00:38:39.660
I know my friend specifically he wanted to go full-time in his business and

00:38:39.660 –> 00:38:45.220
He but he wanted to wait a year to to all his equipment and all that got paid off before he jumped in full-time

00:38:45.220 –> 00:38:49.380
That might be there may be goals. You might want to set there are all different

00:38:50.060 –> 00:38:52.060
things ways of knowing

00:38:52.060 –> 00:38:55.400
You know when you can go full-time into it

00:38:55.400 –> 00:38:59.440
You know, but the main thing is you’re gonna have to look at your finances first

00:38:59.440 –> 00:39:02.080
That’s the big thing your finances see how much it costs around the business

00:39:02.080 –> 00:39:06.220
see how much it costs around your personal life add them all together and

00:39:06.220 –> 00:39:10.520
You know, and that’s what your business has to make at least just to cover everything

00:39:10.520 –> 00:39:14.680
And then – you’re also gonna have to look at like I said how busy it is

00:39:15.640 –> 00:39:21.760
You know, if you’re constantly always behind a month behind on doing service calls or a month behind on doing

00:39:21.760 –> 00:39:25.620
Projects so then it might be time to go full-time, you know

00:39:25.620 –> 00:39:30.460
There’s things that you’re gonna have to you’re gonna have to figure this out on your own kind of I hate to say that

00:39:30.460 –> 00:39:34.800
But you know you’re gonna know I think the big thing is if you are gonna go full-time

00:39:34.800 –> 00:39:39.120
Try to make sure that your equipment’s paid off try to make sure because you don’t want to go in

00:39:39.120 –> 00:39:42.220
With a big you want to try especially if you’re just starting out full-time

00:39:42.220 –> 00:39:44.700
You’re gonna want to make sure you don’t have a big nut to crack

00:39:44.700 –> 00:39:46.700
I know my friend specifically in his business

00:39:46.700 –> 00:39:50.520
He had you know an excavation business and in that business

00:39:50.520 –> 00:39:52.260
There’s a lot of overhead to start

00:39:52.260 –> 00:39:57.500
Before you really get going and he wanted to make sure he could pay off all his equipment first before he started full-time to

00:39:57.500 –> 00:39:59.680
Give him some time some breathing room. So

00:39:59.680 –> 00:40:01.820
That’s why I said like I said

00:40:01.820 –> 00:40:04.460
it is very important to kind of know where you’re at and

00:40:04.460 –> 00:40:09.880
Know what and thing is – if you are gonna go if you are working full-time and you are gonna go full-time

00:40:09.880 –> 00:40:12.500
Don’t just walk in one day as a ham quit my job

00:40:13.040 –> 00:40:17.800
That’s very silly. What you’re gonna want to do is if you are gonna say yourself, you know, you think you’re ready

00:40:17.800 –> 00:40:20.080
make sure you have especially if you’re um,

00:40:20.080 –> 00:40:23.760
If you’re in a business, maybe not a service business

00:40:23.760 –> 00:40:24.620
It’s a little bit different

00:40:24.620 –> 00:40:28.440
But if you’re in a business where you’re gonna be doing a lot of projects to me make sure like, you know

00:40:28.440 –> 00:40:33.360
Come, you know after winter in April May June make sure you have things lined up

00:40:33.360 –> 00:40:39.900
So that if you are gonna go full-time you have a couple months of work lined up ahead of time before you jump in full-time

00:40:40.720 –> 00:40:44.260
That’s really important to I see a lot of times people just jump in just quit and that’s it

00:40:44.260 –> 00:40:47.320
And then they’re just sitting there like we looking at the phone. It’s like wow

00:40:47.320 –> 00:40:48.840
I quit my job and now it’s not that busy

00:40:48.840 –> 00:40:52.800
No, you need to make sure you have things lined up. You want to make sure you have

00:40:52.800 –> 00:40:55.060
things moving

00:40:55.060 –> 00:40:56.040
You know that you know

00:40:56.040 –> 00:40:59.920
You want to make sure the business is there and moving and and things are going in the right direction

00:40:59.920 –> 00:41:04.280
You don’t necessarily want to just you know quit your job and and I know people that have done that

00:41:04.280 –> 00:41:06.280
I know a lot of friends of mine

00:41:07.320 –> 00:41:12.400
That have done that they’ve they’ve you know, they’re they’re saying well, I’m all I’m gonna start my own business

00:41:12.400 –> 00:41:14.840
I’m ready to go, you know, quit my job tomorrow and I’m like

00:41:14.840 –> 00:41:17.640
Okay, do you have the tools?

00:41:17.640 –> 00:41:20.840
Do you have?

00:41:20.840 –> 00:41:25.560
Your you know your business license, do you have your contractor’s license?

00:41:25.560 –> 00:41:27.080
Do you have your sales tax number?

00:41:27.080 –> 00:41:31.920
And you start putting like these four you start throwing these handfuls of things at them, you know, they also well no

00:41:31.920 –> 00:41:34.960
I’m like, well don’t you think you should line all that up before you go full-time?

00:41:35.200 –> 00:41:40.120
Like well, I know well, well, yeah, you should don’t you think that before you quit your job?

00:41:40.120 –> 00:41:45.200
You should have a couple months of work lined up and and people don’t realize that people really really don’t

00:41:45.200 –> 00:41:50.820
They don’t think about they want to get out of the job that either don’t like or they don’t or they want, you know

00:41:50.820 –> 00:41:54.220
So badly that they’re willing to jump into this, but they don’t think about it

00:41:54.220 –> 00:41:56.400
They don’t think about and I’ve seen it

00:41:56.400 –> 00:42:02.860
personally as a business owner where I’ve had friends of mine that have quit their jobs and had to go back because they didn’t realize

00:42:02.860 –> 00:42:04.860
What you know what was entailed?

00:42:05.220 –> 00:42:06.220

00:42:06.220 –> 00:42:08.700
Know I’ve seen people that have done it full-time for a while

00:42:08.700 –> 00:42:11.320
They have to go back to work because they can’t afford things like insurance

00:42:11.320 –> 00:42:14.340
And so, you know, I had a friend of ours a very close friend of ours

00:42:14.340 –> 00:42:15.540
She had a business for a long time

00:42:15.540 –> 00:42:19.820
She had two kids and her husband and her one of her I think her husband had one of them had to go back to

00:42:19.820 –> 00:42:24.420
Work because the insurance the business was great before they had kids and medical, you know and all that

00:42:24.420 –> 00:42:27.260
But then once you have kids, you know think prices are gonna go up

00:42:27.260 –> 00:42:29.980
In general just things that you need

00:42:29.980 –> 00:42:34.760
And the other thing to folks I know a lot of people I’ve talked to this to a lot of people say well

00:42:34.760 –> 00:42:37.900
I want to go into business for myself. I want to be a lot more flexible. Well

00:42:37.900 –> 00:42:40.580
That’s the wrong way to look at it, too

00:42:40.580 –> 00:42:44.500
When you have a business if you think you’re getting into business, you can you can be flexible

00:42:44.500 –> 00:42:51.140
You know, it doesn’t always work that way. You’re you’re there to work. You know, you’re I understand that

00:42:51.140 –> 00:42:54.660
Okay, you may have a little more flexibility with you know, punching the clock at work

00:42:54.660 –> 00:42:57.780
So if you want to get there a couple minutes late, it’s not something that’s great

00:42:57.780 –> 00:43:02.100
But at the end of the day, you know, you can’t just you know, leave it, you know, you know

00:43:03.060 –> 00:43:08.180
Get up at 8 bring your kids to school run to work work till 3-4 o’clock and then leave the job

00:43:08.180 –> 00:43:11.820
Go get your kids and then bring them back to the job site with you. That’s not gonna work

00:43:11.820 –> 00:43:19.400
For some people it does, you know people that own, you know restaurants and that’s the most can bring their kids to the restaurant

00:43:19.400 –> 00:43:21.400
they can sit into the homework and stuff of that but

00:43:21.400 –> 00:43:27.200
You know, not every business is going to be that way and if you do need a business where it’s flexible

00:43:27.200 –> 00:43:31.040
You may want to look at one of those work from home businesses where you know

00:43:31.040 –> 00:43:34.660
you can you can come home and work from home on the internet with sales or

00:43:34.660 –> 00:43:41.420
You know internet marketing programming something. I mean something because those are the jobs you’re gonna be flexible at

00:43:41.420 –> 00:43:44.120
things like

00:43:44.120 –> 00:43:49.760
you know where you’re like construction where you need to work when it’s light out and you know,

00:43:49.760 –> 00:43:52.760
it’s just not gonna have you know, you’re not going to be as flexible as

00:43:52.760 –> 00:43:56.060
a business where somebody can work from home, so

00:43:56.760 –> 00:44:01.920
Things you need to think about before you go full-time taking your side hustle

00:44:01.920 –> 00:44:05.880
full-time and the only thing you need to look at is like I said

00:44:05.880 –> 00:44:09.480
Especially is you may be full-time for a bunch of years and then you know

00:44:09.480 –> 00:44:14.260
If you know things might change you might want to buy a house. You might want to you know, get married

00:44:14.260 –> 00:44:19.860
You might want to have children and and your business may not be enough to support all that and you might have to go

00:44:19.860 –> 00:44:21.900
Back to work and go back to this being the side hustle

00:44:21.900 –> 00:44:25.840
I know a lot of people don’t like to think about that, but it can go the other direction, too

00:44:26.520 –> 00:44:32.240
There are many situations where sometimes things have to go the opposite direction. We’re saying okay

00:44:32.240 –> 00:44:35.720
Well, this business was supporting me, but now that I’ve got three other people

00:44:35.720 –> 00:44:41.520
It just doesn’t work out that way. So and that can happen and there’s nothing to be ashamed about that

00:44:41.520 –> 00:44:47.920
There’s nothing you never can be ashamed of making enough money support your family. No matter how you’re doing it. I tell it to everybody

00:44:47.920 –> 00:44:53.240
I’ve had friends of mine that have said well, I got my business, but I’m also you know full-time my business

00:44:53.240 –> 00:44:58.360
But also to take a part-time job and and and that can happen there are there are businesses that are like that

00:44:58.360 –> 00:45:01.000
Sometimes a prime example of that is real estate

00:45:01.000 –> 00:45:04.960
Especially where we are or in the South Jersey area

00:45:04.960 –> 00:45:09.320
Real estate is very seasonal and during the summer

00:45:09.320 –> 00:45:16.500
You may be very busy selling houses and stuff like that. But then once the you know, once September comes around

00:45:16.500 –> 00:45:22.160
October November, you know, you may not be as busy and you may need to have a

00:45:22.680 –> 00:45:29.280
Job to carry you over until your busy season again that happens quite a bit especially in real estate

00:45:29.280 –> 00:45:32.920
my dad has owned real estate business for years and

00:45:32.920 –> 00:45:38.840
He had a Wall Street Journal paper out for years because he wanted a study income

00:45:38.840 –> 00:45:44.740
You know, he delivered I think two hours at night or something after you know, it was a flexible job

00:45:44.740 –> 00:45:51.040
You know, he delivered two hours at night just because he wanted that that study, you know income of a couple hundred hours

00:45:51.480 –> 00:45:57.880
You know a week brought in just so he he I think he did that in payroll along with real estate delivery

00:45:57.880 –> 00:46:02.480
I think he did the paper a couple nights a week and he did payroll just be so because he wanted to study income he

00:46:02.480 –> 00:46:06.240
Even said I don’t really need the income during when my busy season of real estate

00:46:06.240 –> 00:46:11.360
But when it’s an offseason or if closings get pushed back and I have two or three closes that could push back

00:46:11.360 –> 00:46:14.720
It’s nice to have that study income to hold me over in case

00:46:14.720 –> 00:46:18.420
You know and you know in case of you know

00:46:18.420 –> 00:46:21.980
Cuz the bills come in every month whether you have the money or not. So

00:46:21.980 –> 00:46:25.840
It’s important lesson and my father had his own real name is for a lot of years

00:46:25.840 –> 00:46:31.920
But he he liked having that little extra study income coming in just in case you have a car bill or just to get you

00:46:31.920 –> 00:46:37.000
It’s some kind of unexpected bill and there’s a closing or or say it’s a little quiet that month, you know

00:46:37.000 –> 00:46:42.640
So and that’s and there’s nothing wrong with that. If you need you may need to do that, especially if you’re in a seasonal business

00:46:44.080 –> 00:46:49.400
Specifically I know for a fact a friend of mine. He has a boat business up here where he takes people on boat tours of that

00:46:49.400 –> 00:46:54.640
And and he is busy all summer long. He is busy, but man. Oh man come winter time

00:46:54.640 –> 00:47:00.000
You know when it starts getting cold and I late, you know, and they have to take the boats out of the lake in October November

00:47:00.000 –> 00:47:08.280
You know, he goes and works as a prep cook at a place and then one and the company knows he tells them right out runt

00:47:08.280 –> 00:47:11.520
Like listen, you know, I’m gonna stay here. I’ll stay here all winter

00:47:12.040 –> 00:47:17.160
But come, you know springtime when I put my boat back in I got to get back to my boat business

00:47:17.160 –> 00:47:22.320
And they know that and they hire him on that fact knowing that he is going to

00:47:22.320 –> 00:47:29.340
Only be there seasonally and once his business comes back in the summer, you know, he’s busy

00:47:29.340 –> 00:47:31.720
He’s a tourist area that and they know that

00:47:31.720 –> 00:47:36.440
And many you know, and that’s what I’m saying it, you know, you’re gonna know when it’s time to go full-time

00:47:36.440 –> 00:47:40.480
but you are going to really have to think about

00:47:41.480 –> 00:47:46.760
A certain situations you should you know in the sense of how can you do a full-time?

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Well, you know, will you be busy all year? Is it only gonna be seasonal?

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Some businesses are only seasonal you are probably not gonna do very well in an ice cream stand in the middle of January

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It’s just not gonna do well

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So you may have a job in this in the winter and your business may be seasonal in the summer that happens quite a bit

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Not all businesses are seasonal like automotive repair is not a pretty seasonal business

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But you will have your quiet times. Even if you’re not in a seasonal business, you will have your quiet times

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Drive running a business and any time around Christmas

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You know any time around Christmas you’re always gonna put make a little quieter

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That’s just the way it is. Sometimes, you know, sometimes people don’t have the money

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And they gotta wait and you will have any business has a little bit quieter time. That’s just normal

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Even big corporations like Apple and Microsoft. I know Apple my friend works at Apple. January, March is very quiet for them because

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you know the the summer the Christmas buying seasons over and

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You know, it’s just not

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you know not a time of year for them that they they don’t do well the first quarter of the year because

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Everybody spent all their money on buying the iPhones on Christmas and all that, you know

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And and that’s just the way it is

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Every business is gonna have a quiet time

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But you need to know what you know what you’re gonna do with those quiet times and how you’re gonna handle them

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So like I said, it’s very important to kind of know the business you’re in know your seasons know your situation

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Make sure you’re lined up before you can do your you know

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Make sure you have things lined up if you are gonna do things full-time

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Knowing your situation could change and and really kind of you know, try to head off

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You know you try to try to you know, sometimes, you know people think well if I don’t think about that

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I wanted to deal with it

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Something you know, you need to run

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Sometimes you got to run towards a problem. You can’t run away from it and knowing your you know

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When you’re when you’re busy, you know knowing that you’re gonna be slow these times of months you can plan put money away

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That’s also very important. A lot of people don’t think about that

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You know, especially in constructions of that you may be very very busy during the summer

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But in the winter you may not have inside work all the time. So you may have to you know

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Put a little money away maybe put you know

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You know some money away. So when those when you are

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Quiet in those winter months you can you know pay your bills to or sometimes I tell people all time if you’re in a seasonal

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Business pay your bills ahead of time. So this way

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You know in those quiet months you’re a month ahead

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I mean, I know it’s something I know it’s hard to think about this kind of stuff

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But these are sometimes the things you have to do

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When you’re going into a business or when you’re quitting your safe job and going into a business full-time

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You need to go ahead and you need to plan for

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What you’re going to do and how you’re going to get ahead of these problems

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You know and not even a problem just knowing these situations

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You know, so it’s very very important and like I said going if you have any questions on your side hustle and going to full-time

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That maybe you know, if you want to talk to me about it

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Like I said reach out to me on our social media platform

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You know

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I’ll answer more questions or if you have more questions about business or going full-time go on this part platform and ask me I can

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more than happily

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Try to guide you through and walk you through and and help you, you know, whatever I can do

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You know, I want to you know, help you be prepared a business is not is not an easy thing

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A lot of people think they’re gonna get self-employed to work less hours

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That couldn’t be further from the truth. If you’re getting self-employed you’re going to work more hours

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I don’t care what anybody tells you if you’re gonna be self-employed

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You’re gonna be working more hours than just 40 hours a week like you’re used to and if you’re okay with that then so being

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Self-employed just for you. If you just if you think getting if you think you’re gonna get self-employed you’re gonna work less hours

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You’re not you’re gonna work more but it was more rewarding you’re working for yourself you’re making yourself money not somebody else money

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So, you know, you’re giving yourself financial freedom

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You know some of that so it is rewarding but it’s like I said

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I never it always annoys me when people say they want to get self-employed. They want to work less hours

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If you’re getting so put you’re gonna work more hours

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And if you are definitely getting self-employed you’re gonna have more headaches. You’re going to have more worries

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You’re going to have this little you’re gonna have more of everything, but you’re also going to have a lot more rewarding times, too

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But that is something like I said

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I do want to talk about because I have gotten a couple questions about it

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And I did want to bring it up and again you go to our platform rebel social media create an account. It’s completely free

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I joke when I called the mailbag. We got a couple mailbag questions things that really made me happy again rebel social media is the

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We have a lot of fun, and I want to thank everybody for listening, and we will talk to you on the next episode

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Thank you very much