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About the Journey
Boston to Portland: A Coastal Maine Escape

About the Journey

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 17:09


An iconic lighthouse, storied blueberries and the freshest lobster you can eat. Join Host Oneika Raymond on a road trip up the Maine coast to get a sense of the endearing character that northern New England has to offer.Our first stop is in York, Maine to enjoy one of the most photographed lighthouses in Maine, the Nubble Lighthouse. We'll hear from locals just what makes the Nubble so special — beyond its reputation as a tourist attraction.Then, we'll make a stop in Kennebunk, Maine to hear from the loyal customers of Wallingford Farm about what sets Maine blueberries apart, and how best to enjoy them.Finally, no Maine coast road trip is complete until we get our hands on some fresh lobster! On this last leg of the road trip we'll be stopping at Casco Bay for a cruise on the lobster fishing boat the Lucky Catch. On this cruise we'll learn the ins and outs of lobster fishing and how Maine lobstermen have been on the forefront of crustacean conservation.Once we arrive in Portland, we recommend the AC hotel by Marriott which has a breathtaking view of the Casco Bay. There's tons to do nearby like exploring the Old Port District or if you want to stay indoors, the AC lounge is the ideal restaurant to enjoy the Portland sunset while snacking on some tapas and cocktails.To get a look at the Nubble Lighthouse, you can see it at http://nubblelight.org, or just search #NubbleLighthouse on Instagram. For a taste of Wallingford Farm, visit WallingfordFarm.com. To book a trip with Lucky Catch, go to LuckyCatch.com.For more about this route — and to get other road trip ideas — visit Marriott Bonvoy Traveler at traveler.marriott.com/road-trip-ideas. To learn more and book a room at the AC Hotel Portland Downtown Waterfront, visit the hotel's website: https://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/pwmac-ac-hotel-portland-downtown-waterfront-me/If you liked this episode of About the Journey, please be sure to rate, review and subscribe.

Audios de Enrique Villanueva
19 - UN CURSO SOBRE MILAGROS: La Corrección para la Falta de Amor - Acceso anticipado

Audios de Enrique Villanueva

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 62:17


Agradece a este podcast tantas horas de entretenimiento y disfruta de episodios exclusivos como éste. ¡Apóyale en iVoox! Acércate a los principios de la filosofía unificada que está transformando el estado de consciencia de la colectividad. Comprende las ideas centrales del curso y propicia los milagros en tu propia vida. PARA SESIONES PERSONALES O POR SKYPE CON ENRIQUE VILLANUEVA: ESCRIBAME A: consultaconenrique@gmail.com O ENVIE UN TEXTO AL NUMERO: 1(469) 476-2798 Vayan a mi nueva Página Web: http://www.enriquevillanueva.comEscucha este episodio completo y accede a todo el contenido exclusivo de Audios de Enrique Villanueva. Descubre antes que nadie los nuevos episodios, y participa en la comunidad exclusiva de oyentes en https://go.ivoox.com/sq/490152

The Other Side of Midnight with Frank Morano
Check This Out | 10-21-21

The Other Side of Midnight with Frank Morano

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 216:03


On this edition of The Other Side of Midnight: Frank Morano gives analysis of the New York City Mayoral debate featuring, Gov. David Paterson, former Governor of New York State, Dominic Carter, veteran broadcast journalist covering politics in New York and a WABC radio talk show host every night at Midnight & Bob Straniere, attorney and former Republican State Assemblyman from New York City. Then Mayor Don Guardian, former Mayor of Atlantic City and a Republican candidate for State Assembly in New Jersey's District 2, joins Frank for the AC report.

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Frank Morano
Mayor Don Guardian | 10-21-21

Frank Morano

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 28:12


Mayor Don Guardian, former Mayor of Atlantic City and a Republican candidate for State Assembly in New Jersey's District 2, joins Frank Morano for the AC report.

El Gordo y La Flaca
¿Fuimos nosotros los que le abrimos la puerta a Aracely Arámbula?

El Gordo y La Flaca

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 38:33


El abogado de Aracely Arámbula dio a conocer un video grabado por la propia 'Chule' en donde aparentemente se ve quién es la persona que abre la puerta y que ha sido duramente criticada.Según el abogado,  la persona es nuestra reportera de Los Ángeles ¿Quién tiene la razón?En Acapulco vandalizaron una estatua en honor a Eugenio Derbez y también hicieron manifestaciones en su contra ¿De qué se quejan y qué es lo que  exigen? Acá te lo contamos.Y sigue la guerra de palabras entre Alfredo Adame y Laura Bozo, aunque la peruana no aparece por ningún lado.Entérate de todos los chismes y las noticias del espectáculo con los que más saben ¡El Gordo y la Flaca!

Off the Dribble: The Byron Scott Podcast

Thank you for listening to  OFF THE DRIBBLE The Byron Scott Podcast. If you have loved the show so far make sure to subscribe, like, and leave a rating. We will continue to bring you great guests and conversations each and every week!Episode 4 we talk to the Ironman AC Green! This man holds a record that will never be broken. He played 1,192 games in a row! He was also a 3x NBA Champion. Listen to AC talk about what it takes to play in every single game and relive his time with the Showtime Lakers. OFF THE DRIBBLE is hosted by Byron Scott. Byron was a 3x NBA Champion as part of the Showtime Lakers. Later he turned to coaching and was recognized as NBA Head Coach of the Year! We are excited to bring you this new podcast where Byron will interview athletes, musicians, celebrities, and more to give you behind the scenes stories you can only hear on the Byron Scott Podcast!Check out all the latest news and grab your Off the Dribble Merch at byronscottpodcast.com. You can also listen anywhere you listen to podcasts!Executive Producer: Cody Wallace*Contact cody@byronscottpodcast.com for sponsorship opportunities or reach out to @codyswallace11 on IG for more info. Follow the @byronscottpodcast IG for all updates and new guests on the show!Production Assistant: Joe TranThank you to Season 1 sponsor NEFT VODKA. You can try the world's best tasting vodka at neftvodka.com!

It's Not That Scary: A Horror Movie Podcast

This week, are thrilled to welcome Aaron Christensen aka Dr. AC, author of "Horror 101: The A list of Horror Films and Monster Movies" and "Hidden Horror: A Celebration of 101 Underrated and Overlooked Fright Flicks." AC joins us to talk about the 1960s horror classic "The Innocents" (1961) and 2017's Japanese horror-comedy "One Shot of the Dead." Interested in pledging to AC's scare-a-thon? Visit http://horror101withdrac.blogspot.com/ for more details!

Somos lo que hay
Somos lo que hay | Episodio 74: Colgar los tenis

Somos lo que hay

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 104:44


¿Quién cree que hay vida después de la muerte? Acá decimos nuestras opiniones y cómo nos gustaría morir, lo que le pedimos a San Pedro, y la obra final de Shiky Shikardo, ¿qué querríamos para el velorio? Acá Tamara Vargas y Mónica Alfaro se cuelgan hablando de esto. Ahora, hablemos de Recococomendaciones COVID propias, nuestras, DE CASA puesssss... La recomendación que trae Shiky es una joya que viene de España, tropicalizada al mexanismo, protagonizada por grades estrellas que son unos perdedooooores. ¿Quiénes protagonizan? Ya verán en este episodio. Y en las NOTICREOSSSS, nombres de la chingadaaaa, exorcismos en promoción y un toque de Demi Lovato. ¿Qué opinan de ellassssss? Díganoslo ya mismo en @somosloquehaymx, @Monicalfaro, @Nodigamosmas y @Tamaravargasof pero sobre todooooo en bit.ly/2xuIfni --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/somosloquehay/message

Afdtechtalk
S4:E17 “Samsung's Galaxy of Premium Products”

Afdtechtalk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 23:31


On today's episode, we discuss some of the consumer electronics Samsung has for consumers in 2021. QN900A Samsung Neo QLED 8K Smart TV (2021) The Serif QLED 4K UHD HDR Smart TV The Premiere LSP7T 4K Smart Laser Projector WindFree, Wall-mount AC with Digital Inverter 4-Door French Door Refrigerator with Touch Screen Family Hub in Tuscan Stainless Steel Intro: Pink Soldiers from Squid Game (Original Soundtrack from The Netflix Series) Outro: Red Light (Squid Game Drill) - Blackway

3rd Party Controller Podcast
Grand Theft Auto III 20th Anniversary: Push It to the Limit

3rd Party Controller Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 78:04


This week the gang talk about the Animal Crossing Direct and all the new features and updates for AC's final major update. Nintendo talks more about Nintendo Online's Expansion Pass including price and more! Also, the boys celebrate the title that changed the landscape of gaming going forward. Grand Theft Auto III! Join us as we explore the time when GTA III released to the world! All that and more on this weeks episode of 3PC! Available to stream and download on Spotify and the Apple Podcast App!

Audios de Enrique Villanueva
18 - UN CURSO SOBRE MILAGROS: El Miedo como falta de Amor

Audios de Enrique Villanueva

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 55:05


Acércate a los principios de la filosofía unificada que está transformando el estado de consciencia de la colectividad. Comprende las ideas centrales del curso y propicia los milagros en tu propia vida. PARA SESIONES PERSONALES O POR SKYPE CON ENRIQUE VILLANUEVA: ESCRIBAME A: consultaconenrique@gmail.com O ENVIE UN TEXTO AL NUMERO: 1(469) 476-2798 Vayan a mi nueva Página Web: http://www.enriquevillanueva.com

The Remote Real Estate Investor
Welcome to the Central Texas real estate market

The Remote Real Estate Investor

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 27:16


Kevin Guerin is an investor-focused real estate agent and part of the Roofstock Certified Agent network. Serving the Central Texas Market for over 20 years, Kevin is a wealth of knowledge for investors looking to expand into the Central Texas market.   In this episode, Michael and Kevin discuss neighborhoods, price points, tax assessments, rates of appreciation, common issues that investors need to be aware of.   Contact Kevin: https://www.guerinpropertyservices.com/contact --- Transcript Before we jump into the episode, here's a quick disclaimer about our content. The Remote Real Estate Investor podcast is for informational purposes only and is not intended as investment advice. The views, opinions and strategies of both the hosts and the guests are their own and should not be considered as guidance from Roofstock. Make sure to always run your own numbers, make your own independent decisions and seek investment advice from licensed professionals.   Michael: Hey, everyone, welcome to another episode of The Remote Real Estate Investor. I'm Michael Albaum and today I'm interviewing Kevin Guerin who is our Roofstock certified agent out in Central Texas. Kevin's going to be talking to us today about some of the Central Texas markets as well as the Austin market and some of the things that we as investors should be aware of. So let's get into it.   Kevin Guerin, out in Austin, Texas. Thanks so much for joining us. How are you today, man?   Kevin: Good. Thanks for having me.   Michael: Now, my pleasure. My pleasure. So I know we were chatting just before we hopped on recording here, but for everyone listening at home, or in the car, or wherever they are. Tell us a little bit about yourself. Are you an Austin guy born and bred and how long you've been in Texas.   Kevin Born and raised in Texas, which doesn't happen that much anymore, it seems but I've been a I was born in Houston moved to Dallas at a young age than it was in a small town called Granberry outside of Fort Worth through high school. And then as soon as I graduated high school, I came down here to Central Texas and went to school. It used to be Southwest Texas now it's called Texas State. But that was in 1987. And I haven't gone anywhere since. So I've been down here a long, long time.   Michael: Right on and in that time. I mean, just from what I've seen in Texas, or Austin do in the last five to 10 years. You must have seen it really changed in the last 30 years.   Kevin: Yeah, the last 30 years have been crazy. This place went from you know, the capital of Texas with the University of Texas downtown to all of these tech businesses moving here and just the growth of people just moving to the city. The high rises downtown. They kind of they call it crane city from time to time because there's just there's cranes building all of these big condo buildings and just people moving here left and right. Because quality living is great, that's a beautiful city. People just love being in Austin.   Michael: That's awesome. That's awesome. What do you love most about living in Austin?   Kevin: Well, we live out by the lake. there's a there's a few lakes that are out here. So we live out by Lake Travis. So you know, we take the kids, wakeboarding, and hay out of the lake as much as possible. And a bunch of hike and bike trails out here and sports and fitness is huge. And in the Austin area. And so we're on a baseball field or a golf course on the lake most of the most of the time and just kind of get out into the, into the nature in the wilderness and enjoy life.   Michael: That's awesome, man. All right, well, let's jump into the meat and potatoes here of the episode. And I would love if you could share with everybody a little bit about Austin as a market and who is coming to the market in terms of companies.   Kevin: Yeah, so Austin. Austin has been a solid market Austin and the cities around it has just been a great place for for investing, you know, for years now. Tons of people moving here, our rentals just don't sit vacant very long, because there's just still a shortage of supply. I remember one time I looked and it said that about 186 people per day were moving to the city of Austin. So when you think about that number and how many buildings are here, it's just you know, it's a supply and demand thing.   So now we've got you know, Apple is expanding Amazon. Tesla, obviously in Tesla's the latest announcement, I guess they're moving their home offices here. Samsung's talking about putting another big operation where they're building more chips or things in town. It seems like every week, there's a different tech company that's moving here and not just from California, they're coming here from other places like VR Bo is here. Indeed is here there's a lot of different companies that love to have their base here. So it's great with the University of Texas here and the other universities here is huge talent pool of, of employees. And so they're here and they're taking advantage of that.   Michael: That's awesome. I mean, it's really sounds like a mini Silicon Valley or another Silicon Valley might even be bigger geographically than what we have out here in California.   Kevin: I think it is I think we still have more land to build on. A lot of our current investors like to purchase things that are going to be a little bit closer into where all these tech companies are going. But there's still a lot more land around where you know, we're gonna have the appreciation because of simple supply and demand and people are going to want to buy and live closer in but it's, it's just never going to get as congested as some of the other places because you know, we don't have an ocean right on the other side to where that we have to stop building. There's there's Still space out there. There's still farmland. But I think prices are going to continue what they've been doing for years just because not everybody wants to be an hour out. Everybody wants to be 15 minutes away.   Michael: Yeah. Yeah, yeah, that makes total sense. So let's talk about prices for a little bit, what are you seeing and maybe you can give people kind of a high level 30,000 foot level tour of Austin and some of the different markets and sub markets within the city where they could look for rentals if they're looking at they're interested in investing in Austin proper.   Kevin: Yeah, prices. Who would have ever thought that through a COVID we would see price increases the way that we have over the last couple of years, but the days of trying to find something around 200,000 or even gone like we're, we're definitely creeping up to more expensive markets, or the sweet spot is kind of in between three and 400,000 that's gonna get you to 2000-2500 square foot house or so. A lot of the markets that that investors are really interested in are going to be kind of north of downtown Austin.   So we've got some other sub markets or smaller cities up north of Austin called Round Rock, there's Georgetown, there's Cedar Park, Leander, gosh, Liberty Hill even now hadow bunch of these little areas that have great subdivisions, masterplan subdivisions that have the hike and bike trails, and the resort style pool and the gymnasiums and things that are that are there that that they offer for, for people who live in these places. And, you know, we can rent them out quickly for a nice amount of rent. It's just, we can't get enough of them. We manage a bunch of properties. Here, we manage about 250 or so. And we may have two or three vacant right now. And that's just because we just put them on the market a few days ago. So things go really quick.   South is also pretty pretty happening right now because the Tesla that everybody knows about is down right by the airport. So there's some some markets maner Dell Valley and Kyle Buda people are buying those areas to because they know that there's going to be you know, however many 1000 employees at Tesla, they're going to need places to live to so we don't really focus as much in the city of Austin itself. The school systems not as good there as it is as some of these sub markets. So most of my most of my investors want, you know, the better schools. So we go into the other places that have higher rankings in the school districts.   Michael: Okay, that's great. And just as kind of a ballpark figure in that three to $400,000 rental, the 2000 2500 square foot, what would an average rent and north of the city expect it to be?   Kevin: It all depends on the sun, the square footage and sub square footage in the subdivision. And you know, the age of the home. So if it's a newer home $350,000 and it's going to be 2020 200 square feet somewhere in there. Again, it depends on which subdivision is but we're anywhere from 1900 a month to 20 $500 a month somewhere in there nowhere near the 1% rule that we used to be yours in the past but now hopefully we're still we're still able to you know at 20% down are so we're still even able to get to at least even or maybe cash flowing just a little bit after property management fees and taxes and HOAall that all that good stuff.   Michael: All that fun stuff. Yeah. Talk to us a little bit about property taxes. Since this is one of the biggest misses I see, especially for new investors, and even those seasoned investors investing remotely. How do those work in Austin, just again, high level cuz I know county by county, it's likely to differ slightly.   Kevin: Yeah, we're gonna be a little bit higher than most of the other markets, we're gonna be anywhere from two and a quarter to 3% of the county assessed value. So a lot of people think when you buy a house at 400,000, that that that percentage is going to be based off of that 400,000. But what it's actually based off of is what each county assesses that property for so the county may think that this house is only worth 300,000. So then then that the 2.5% is only off of that 300,000 instead of the 400,000. So it is definitely a little bit higher than some of the other markets that Roofstock is in. But we thank goodness we don't have a state income tax here. And it is how they pay for a lot of the schools. That's why some of the schools are good. Most of the people here go to public schools, they don't have to go to any kind of charter private schools because the public school system here is really good. And a lot of that comes from property taxes.   Michael: That's great. Do you know how often the properties are reassessed   Kevin: The property taxes are reassessed every year, and I believe the taxes the tax bills are due may 31. But most people are going to have a mortgage and it's going to be you know rolled into it but they reassess it every single year.   Michael: Okay, perfect. So in theory, if you buy that house for 400,000 County assessor's it for 300,000 a year you buy it that could go up year over year. And you know, is there a limit for the amount that that could go up and could have jumped to 400,000? The following year,   Kevin: There's a cap, I want to say is 20%. cap. So I don't think you can go all the way up to the top, you know, can't can't jump 100,000.   Michael: Okay. Okay, perfect. So that's great to know. And also great to keep in mind for everybody listening, as you're looking to determine what your property taxes are. Definitely chat with Kevin chat with your local personnel on the ground to get a handle on, you know what that current assessed value might be, and to wrap your head around what it might be able to get up to?   Kevin: Yeah, all those records are posted on the county website. So the tax assessor website, so whenever we're running our analysis, we go straight there and look to see what it was last year, and see what it was the year before that to kind of get an idea of what the increase may be going forward. But all of those numbers are on there to where you're not really guessing you're you're looking at the actuals.   Michael: You're calculating? That's great. That's great. So Kevin, I know there's a lot of other really great markets in Central Texas. Can you talk to our listeners about what some of those might be? And maybe a little bit, they might be a little bit less competitive?   Kevin: Yeah, so we, we've helped people buy homes from Killeen, Texas, which is up. That's where Fort Hood is. It's a little bit north of Austin prices are a little bit cheaper up there. We had one listed the other day for rent and my leasing agent said he had to finally just just shut it off because he got so many phone calls on it, but homes up there are going to be you know, under 200,000 or so. So they're a little bit a little bit more affordable.   New Braunfels is another market that has just exploded last I saw it was like the seventh fastest growing city in the country. And it's halfway in between Austin and San Antonio. So what I think a lot of people are doing is, you know, mom may work up in Austin dad may work down in San Antonio, but they live in New Braunfels and split the commute time.   Georgetown is also another area that if you look on a map, it's going to look like it's a good distance away from Austin, but it's simply not they've we've built some toll roads here where you can legally drive 85 miles an hour on them and get places really quick. And Georgetown has just exploded over the last few years. It's got a it's got a university there, Southwestern University, it's got a bunch of medical but there's just the ton of great subdivisions going on up in the Georgetown area.   So that place is also exploded, and, you know, even all the way down to San Antonio, San Antonio is going to be a little bit more affordable. I've been nervous in the years past about how long things were gonna sit in the market, vacant for rent in San Antonio. But those days are gone too. I think people have just been priced out of the Austin market a little bit people that are moving here from different states. And they're going to some of these other areas that are just a little bit more affordable. And San Antonio is definitely one of those along with Killeen, New Braunfels, Georgetown, I mean, I would take a look at all those areas, because I think you're gonna get some really good deals that are going to fill, fill quickly. And you're still going to have that appreciation play that everybody says it's kind of icing on the cake. But around here when it's historical, and it's been 15% over the last 10-15 years, you kind of have to consider that when you're you're looking at the different investments that you want to make.   Michael: Yeah, absolutely. And in talking about some of the different price points and some of those different markets you mentioned, does the rent scale fairly linearly, or does that does that price to rent ratio actually get stronger with some of these more affordable markets?   Kevin: That definitely get stronger if somebody's strictly looking for cash for the cash flow play, they're going to have to go in some of these sub markets because it won't quite be the 1% but it's going to be a little bit more affordable on the on the price of the home and rents are going to be stronger. Austin the rents just can't keep up with the explosion that we've had with with home prices going through the roof rents are always going to be lagging when it comes to you know, being able to get up to that next levels but some of these other markets that didn't have the explosion that's Austin's Austin's had over the last few years they're definitely stronger on the on the cash flow play.   And a lot of our clients that's what they're doing they're buying it they get that they get the easy one that's going to have the cash flow every month and then after they get that one and get some rents coming in then they look for that growth play property that's going to be close to Apple or close to Samsung and and that way they kind of they're kind of a wash when it comes to you know how they're looking at their investments when they're making a little bit monthly on one but they know that in 10 years is where they're gonna make make most of their money on the on the Austin property.   Michael: Make the big money. Yeah, that makes sense. And just as a frame of reference for people, how far is it to drive from Austin to San Antonio because I just like being California I have no idea how long that takes.   Kevin: So it's it's depending on what side of town you want to be on but you know from like the downtown area to the downtown area is about an hour and a half. And what they're saying is Dallas and Fort Worth is a Metroplex that kind of grew together. Now there's our LinkedIn in between where the Cowboys play and the Rangers play, but it's it's they call it Dallas Fort Worth metroplex. They're saying the same thing is going to happen here because in between Austin and San Antonio are these other sub markets from Kyle to Sam Marcus, where they go to college to New Braunfels to Selma and shirts and San Antonio so it's all grown together and you can I mean obviously I've been here for 30 plus years I've seen that happen you used to be driving in the middle of nowhere but now you're just driving driving within cities.   So it's you know, some parts are hour hour and 15 minutes to get from one part to the other, but they're pretty easy to get to and again with those toll roads that they've added, you can you can fly down there and get there really quick.   Michael: Yeah. And that makes total sense then for those folks splitting the difference one partner living working in Austin, the other in San Antonio, it's a 45 minute split down the middle. I mean, especially someone coming from California. That's like a dream to commute. 45 minutes to work.   Kevin: Yeah, yeah, no, most places here if you're going 45 minutes, they feel like it's a long way. At most things around here. point eight V is going to be you know, between 20 to 30 minutes to get from, you know, these cities that are up north of town to downtown or to the university or to the Capitol. It's pretty easy to get around except for I 35. I 35 is the one interstate that runs through Austin and they can get congested just because of all the people that are here but as I said, they've built some toll roads and they're continuing to build them that helps people get around a little bit quicker.   Michael: Okay, that's great. Kevin, talk to us a little bit about insurance cuz all I hear about not all I hear about but I so often hear about hail storms, tornadoes, hurricanes, these type of issues in Texas. So in Central Texas in Austin and some of these other markets do you have a lot of those natural hazard issues?   Kevin: Hail is the biggest one. When we get hurricanes that hit the coast here, a lot of people kind of hope that that it makes it up to Austin to fill the lakes that are historically 10 to 15 feet low. So hail is the one thing that you know if you buy a house here and you're gonna hold it for 10 years you're going to replace the roof, the roof is going to need need to be replaced at some point because a hailstorm is going to roll through here with golf ball and sometimes baseball sized hail that will damage your roof. Tornadoes or just south enough to where we don't have a whole lot of tornadoes knock on wood that has not been a huge issue flooding is not an issue here it's it's literally the only thing that you have to worry about is hail.   And then we do have foundation issues at time to time there's some of the the ground around here is has some issues with some shifting and so we get an inspection on every single property just to make sure that homes haven't settled a little bit too much but those are two of the biggest things that we look for is how's the roof does it need to be replaced and you know is the foundation doing as it's supposed to do it most of them are going to be slab up here because most of them are going to be newer construction we don't have basements here so we got to make sure that the foundation is doing what it should the roof is in good shape and insurance will cover the roof it won't cover the foundation but insurance is not expensive here either I'm not sure what it is and other parts of the country but most people are getting really good coverage for you know eight sometimes 700 800 to 1100 a year to cover those things again not the foundation but wind and and rain and hail that kind of stuff.   Michael: Oh that's super cheap on like a $300,000 property I mean that's that's pretty amazing.   Kevin: Good. Well we can we need it with some of the property taxes that we have to pay. Michael: Yeah, it all it all evens out. So would you say that foundation and hail damage are two things that somebody kind of colloquialisms unique to this central Texas that people should really expect to see or not be shooked. If they see that on an inspection report or other other things that are kind of unique to Central Texas that hey, every property just has termite damage for every property is going to have this type of thing. Because a lot of remote investors when they see certain things that they're not used to seeing get really spooked. So talk to people about what they what they should be expect to see and what how they should keep their cool.   Kevin: Yeah, yeah. Almost every inspection report is going to state something about a hairline crack because of a foundation shift or you know, they're going to say that they can tell that there's been some sort of movement, we shouldn't freak out about it because It's going most properties are going to move just a little bit. But you know, in 10 years, if it's only moved a quarter of an inch, I think we're going to be good, you know, the HV AC system because it is hot here. Most of the time, we'll only have a few months where it's cool. People's hv AC systems are going to be used a lot. So when we're doing our inspections, we also really dive deep into how the unit looks. How old is the unit? Does it look like it's you know, somebody's been cranking it down to 65 degrees every day for the last three or four years it changing out that AC filter, but you know, we're looking at the ACS really close the roof, obviously the foundation, but none of them scare you away, if you know if we can get the sellers to take care of whatever small items there are.   But I would say the foundation is one that yeah, if it's got if it's got major issues, we're going to get a foundation company to go in there and take a look and see if it's something we should just run away from the roof. Literally most people don't even know that their roof has the damage on it. So we get somebody out there to take a look at it. And you know if they say yeah, this, this area had a storm six months ago, and there's enough damage on there, we have a lot of sellers that are that are taking care of replacing the roof before we close because that needed to be done. They just didn't, you know, nobody's hopped up on the roof lately to see that it needed to be done.   Michael: And to just give people an idea of what a roof replacement costs, do you have a ballpark idea for your, you know, 2000 square foot property.   Kevin: Yeah. 7500 to 12,000, depending on all the peaks and how high it is. I think two stories are going to be more expensive than a you know, a flat one story, but they're gonna be last one we just saw was right around 7500 for a full replacement.   Michael: Okay. Okay, that's great to know. That's great to know. And then, Kevin, my last question for you is we're recording this mid October 2021. So for everyone listening, keep that in mind. But what are you seeing people do who are winning offers? Are they coming in all cash? Are they going over ask and you can talk specifically to kind of each of the sub markets that you touched on if you'd like, but just you know, what do folks need to do to win these twin these properties?   Kevin: Yeah, you know, I think that the craziness of for about 10 months last November was the first time that I ever had anybody wanted to make an offer above list price. Like that was unheard of here. I've never seen that before. And I actually told him I said, You're crazy. We don't we don't do that here list price, we'll win it. Like No, no, we need to go. I think it was $20,000. Over I said, well, that's the craziest thing I've ever heard. And then every offer after that for about 10 months had to be above lists, we had multiple offers on things I was one of 75 offer one of 75 offers on a house in Pflugerville. It ended up going for like $100,000 over on a $300,000 house, it was chaotic, those times a little bit. They've slowed.   So we're still a strong market, there may be a couple of offers on property, but it's not the way it was. So now I would just suggest, you know, you definitely can't come in significantly lower and expect to win anything sellers, sellers are still sellers are still living in the past, when they think that they're going to get 75 offers at $100,000 over list. Those days are gone. So right, they have to be educated things have slowed down a little bit, let's price it appropriately, and then hope that we can get that price.   So you know, if we're coming in at less price financing is fine. People are still writing the appraisal waivers. So if it does get appraised a little bit lower than what they're willing to offer, they're coming to the table with a little bit of funds. But I'm not even seeing those as much as we were there for a little bit. But I would say it depends on the days on the market is something just hit the market and somebody really likes it, it checks all of their boxes, let's go in at list price and try to get it wrapped up. If it's been on the market for 20 plus days, maybe able to get a little bit of a discount, but I would you know $10,000 off or maybe 15-20,000 try to meet at $10,000 off somewhere in there.   But we've got to be strong with them. Just again, because there's not as much inventory as we've had in years past. There's more than there was a few months ago but sellers are still expecting to make a little bit of money on on their cell and they're getting it so nobody's giving away properties. Nobody's discounting big. We just got to make a lot of the other terms good, you know, we want to try to close within 30 days, our due diligence periods, try to make them a little bit shorter. Give them a nice deposit at the beginning to where they know that we're serious. So we try to sweeten the pot that way. And if we can if we can go in with a highly qualified buyer close in 30 days at what people are asking then Hopefully we can we can capture some deals.   Michael: That's fantastic. All right Kevin My last question for you is you are a rootstock certified agent out in Central Texas so what is it that you're looking for when you're publishing properties to the rootstock select marketplace program?   Kevin: Sure so we found that most of our clients are they like newer they like newer properties in nicer areas with better schools that are going to obviously rent quickly so we try to get something within you know, built within 2010 and newer, if we can't find enough of that then we go to the year 2000 and newer, we try to get to 1700 square feet to about 23-24 maybe 2500 square feet depending on the area and just something that looks clean that has what everybody's looking for you know the granite countertops the the good looking wood floors, we don't want any you know green bedroom green walls in the bedrooms and pink bathrooms we try to go pretty basic but you know, modern looking looking homes that that is not going to ship they're not gonna scare a potential renter away when they walk in there.   A lot of our clients just don't want to go in and spend a bunch of money up front they just want to buy something that may just need to be cleaned and maybe one wall painted and then they put it on the market and get it rented really quick and the price range you know we kind of talked about it some of these sub markets will look and try to find something in that 225 range and then you know everybody realizes when they're buying in Austin it's just gonna be a little bit more so we try to put a good variety out there because you know everybody's looking for something different for the most part.   Michael:  Alrighty everybody that was our episode a big big, big thank you to Kevin, I learned a ton about the central Texas markets as a whole hopefully you did too. Check us out wherever you listen to your podcasts, Google, Spotify and apple. We love comments and ratings. We look forward to seeing on the next one and as always, happy investing

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
Alex Gruye and Assaf Arie – All That Can Go Wrong When Buying a Rental Property

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 32:10


BIO: Alex Gruye and Assaf Arie are real estate property management brokers in Twin Cities, Minnesota. They're partners at Lion Rock Property Management who handle real estate investments, manage portfolios, properties, etc. STORY: A group of gentlemen approached Alex and Assaf to manage some single-family homes they had invested in. These properties started as a bad investment, but the duo restored them and turned them into tier-one properties. They later sold them for double the money the gentlemen had invested. LEARNING: Proper due diligence is paramount. Have the proper team with the right experience to help you pick and manage your property.   “Talk to a seasoned property manager; they'll get you a lot of insight on the market.”Alex Gruye and Assaf Arie  Guest profilehttps://www.linkedin.com/in/alex-gruye-25ba5611/ (Alex Gruye) and https://www.linkedin.com/in/assaf-arie-05025038/ (Assaf Arie) are real estate property management brokers in Twin Cities, Minnesota. They're partners at https://www.lionrockproperties.com/ (Lion Rock Property Management) that handles real estate investments, manages portfolios, properties, etc., and all of the headaches that come along with it. Worst investment everA group of gentlemen who had made their first multifamily investment in a couple of single-family homes came to Alex and Assaf for their property management services. The homes were in a less desirable, tougher side of town known for its problems. The owners had purchased the property blindly and with a lot of excitement, but it turned out to be their worst investment ever. The homes were in a poor state when Alex and Assaf started managing them. They received 14 pages of citations that were never even disclosed through the underwriting process. There were units where all of the windows were broken, and they had to replace every stove, every refrigerator, and every AC unit in all 20 units. Alex and Assaf planned to turn this from the worst investment ever to the best one ever. The properties were a tier-three, and they worked them up to a tier-one. The plan was to recommend the owners sell the property after getting them to tier one. There were months of management where they held their bill essentially to make sure the properties kept afloat and got where they needed to be to sell them for profit. They did this because they knew money was going to come in once they sold them. They knew they had to go in and push to get the units to look nice and spent an upward of $25,000 to make this happen. They were able to sell the units, and the owners doubled their money. They turned something that was literally from day one the worst nightmare to an investment that brought in double the money. Lessons learnedIn real estate, proper due diligence is paramount. Have the proper team with the right experience, especially when getting your property. Understand the area the property you want to buy is in. Visit the area at different times of the day and see what it is like; talk to the neighbors and inspect every unit before you buy it. Know the nuances of the investment. Understand how it works, know how to operate it, understand the market drivers and the opportunities in the area. Also know the risks. Andrew's takeawaysIt doesn't matter what the investment you're getting into; you've got to do your research to understand it and make sure it's a worthy investment. When buying property and you don't have a lot of experience in real estate, go and meet experts in that area and talk about it before you buy the property. This way, you will understand a lot of elements involved in the purchase that you may not have expected. Actionable adviceTalk to a seasoned property manager; they'll get you a lot of insight into the market. No. 1 goal for the next 12 monthsAlex's number one goal for the next 12 months is to stay healthy, keep positive every day and continue on the path of helping investors with their purchases. Assaf's...

Plane Talking UK's Podcast
Episode 388 - A Good PR Needed

Plane Talking UK's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 110:43


Join Carlos, Matt, Nev and Armando for this week's programme. In this week's show Some BA passengers spend a rather long time on board an aircraft, Ryanair are accused of blackmail & United Airlines are off to Spain! Well Mallorca anyway. In the military the B-1 Bombers we highlighted last week start moving throughout Europe; The USAF's AC-130 Ghostrider gunship gets a new test laser; and a Royal Australian Navy MH-60 Seahawk ditches thus grounding the whole fleet until the investigation is complete. Don't forget you can get in touch with us all at : WhatsApp +44 757 22 491 66 Email podcast@planetalkinguk.com or comment in our chatroom on YouTube. Here are the links to the stories we featured this week : COMMERCIAL Ryanair B738 near Tenerife on Oct 11th 2021, engine trouble after flying through volcanic ashes https://www.avherald.com/h?article=4ee9dfe1&opt=0 Travel expert buys every extra in a bid to make flying Ryanair 'first class' https://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-10092435/Travel-expert-buys-extra-bid-make-flying-Ryanair-class-experience.html British Airways Passengers Forced to Spend Night on Plane During Epic 22-Hr Diversion https://www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/british-airways-flight-diverted-manila-b1936014.html New budget airline Bonza aims to fill gap in Australia routes https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/oct/12/new-budget-airline-bonza-aims-to-fill-gap-in-australia-routes Ryanair passengers accuse airline of 'blackmail' after being BANNED from flying https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10083113/Ryanair-passengers-accuse-airline-blackmail-BANNED-flying-refund-row.html Southwest's 'spider web-like' route map is why flights as far as California were canceled due to weather in Florida https://www.businessinsider.com/why-my-southwest-flight-was-canceled-bad-weather-in-florida-2021-10 Boeing 787 Dreamliner has new problem involving titanium parts, report says https://www.foxbusiness.com/lifestyle/boeing-new-defect-787-dreamliner United Airlines Announces Routes to Amman, Mallorca, Bergen, Among Others https://aeroxplorer.com/articles/uniteds-new-routes-are-insane-flights-to-amman-azores-mallorca-and-more.php Hydrogen-powered ATR 72 gets a launch customer https://www.aerotime.aero/29164-hydrogen-powered-atr-72-has-a-launch-customer Sixteen dead after plane carrying parachutists crashes in Russia https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/sixteen-dead-after-plane-carrying-parachutists-crashes-in-russia/ar-AAPkR1B?ocid=msedgntp

Microsoft Cloud Show
Episode 431 | Microsoft Teams, Acquisitions, Hololens, and the Disappearing Cloud

Microsoft Cloud Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 41:46


In this 431st episode, AC and CJ talk about an acquisition and a new feature coming to Microsoft Teams, an Azure Windows VM outage, and a couple of upcoming learning opportunities including Microsoft Ignite!Banter Explore & evaluate the SharePoint Framework What's New with Microsoft 365 MC289965: M365 Records Management MC291088: Microsoft 365 Compliance Center Core eDiscovery - Search by ID list retirement News Microsoft Ignite Microsoft Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) Webcast Series Global Azure outage knocked out virtual machines, other VM-dependent services Microsoft Acquires Ally: Expands Viva Into Employee Goal Management Teams Modern Search Results Page (SERP) is coming soon in Preview Announcing Microsoft Feedback Portal Army Halts Widely-Hyped Multi-Billion Dollar Advanced Augmented Reality Goggle Program (Updated) Microsoft and Nvidia team up to train one of the world's largest language models Worst Case Picks AC’s Pick Project Hail Mary: From the bestselling author of The Martian CJ’s Pick ATARI ST STILL MANAGES CAMPGROUND RESERVATIONS AFTER 36 YEARS

Marvel Cinematic University
Tamara Becher-Wilkinson (writer/producer for DOOM PATROL; DAREDEVIL) Interview

Marvel Cinematic University

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 50:00


AC welcomes Tamara Becher-Wilkinson (Executive Producer/Writer on Doom Patrol) to the show to talk about being renewed for Season 4 and what's currently happening in Season 3. Also, they discuss being in the writer's room and how an episode comes together. Finally, she gives advice for aspiring writers and looks back Daredevil Season 3, and how it came together. Follow Tamara: @trbecher JOIN OUR PATREON FOR BONUS EPISODES (INCLUDING DOOM PATROL RECAPS) AND OUR DISCORD: patreon.com/mcuniversitypod Follow the show: @mcuniversitypod Follow AC: @anthonycanton_3

Structure Talk
Fall maintenance

Structure Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 49:40


Today's show is about household maintenance that needs to be done before a long winter. Bill, Tessa, and Reuben talk about what to check and clean. They highlight the under-maintained areas of a house. They start by discussing the water system from sprinklers or lawn irrigation systems; how to properly disconnect garden hoses, sump pumps, drain exterior faucets, drain traps; and how to avoid sewer gas leaks. Reuben shares his experience about what can happen when you forget to disconnect the corrugated sump pump discharge tube before winter. Reuben also talks about maintaining the heating equipment, air exchange equipment, dryer ducks, dampers, smoke alarms, and thermostats. Tessa shares about water-stained ceiling, vents, and cleaning air exchangers like the heat recovery ventilator (HRV) and energy recovery ventilator (ERV). Bill asks about roof maintenance and AC refrigerant lines. Also, they discuss preparing furnaces and recommend that some inspection and cleaning should be done professionally especially in fall.

Kicking the Seat
Scare-a-Thon 2021: Hammerland Special: THE GORGON

Kicking the Seat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021


Shield your eyes and open your minds as Scare-a-Thon week 3 serves up a stone-cold "Hammerland" special: The Gorgon!Yes, we're taking a detour from our year-long look at the Dracula and Frankenstein Hammer films to gaze longingly at the sumptuous, slithering strands of Terence Fisher's 1964 Medusa movie! Mark "The Movie" Man Krawczyk of The Spoiler Room Podcast joins us to discuss the film and catch up on all the flight flicks we've been watching--all benefiting Chicago's Albany Park Theater Project!Join us live on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter at 7:30pm every Friday in October. We'll take questions, address comments, and invite you to tell us about your go-to Spooky Season movies!Show LinksWatch the Gorgon trailer. Keep up with Aaron's daily "Scare-a-Thon" reviews at Horror 101 with Dr. AC.Follow Jon down into Kitley's Krypt.And stay fresh with Mark's Spoiler Room Podcast! For more info on the Albany Park Theater Project visit their website.Donate to the Albany Park Theater Project here.And check out this "Scare-a-Thon 2021" trailer from the great Jason Coffman!If you just can't get enough "Hammerland", feel free to stalk our YouTube Playlist.Subscribe to, like, and comment on the Kicking the Seat YouTube channel!

Cruz Control with AC Cruz Behind the Mic
S10 Ep2 Pt2 Behind the Mic w/ Abraham Quintanilla

Cruz Control with AC Cruz Behind the Mic

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 24:54


Kicking off season 10 It's another exclusive! We go Behind the Mic with Abraham Quintanilla chatting about everything from the original Dinos in 1957 to family, Selena and of course Abraham's new book A Father's Dream: My Family's Journey in Music. All this and a huge surprise (even AC didn't see this coming) on the season premiere of The AC Cruz Podcast. 

Minden Baptist Church - Sermons
God the Father Almighty, Selected Scriptures (Apostles Creed #3)

Minden Baptist Church - Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021


Mars on Life
Salmon Meridian (87)

Mars on Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 93:58


We went to The Autry and Ryan finished "Squid Game." (Editor's note: Either an AC or those Santa Anna winds came up on the audio, shouldn't be an issue moving forward.) Social media: Mars on Life: @marsonlifeshow on Twitter and Instagram Sebastian Schug: @drsebby (Instagram) and Seabass on YouTube Ryan Mancini: @mancinira (Twitter) and @manciniryan (Instagram) Artwork by Zachary Erberich (@zacharyerberichart) "Space X-plorers" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mars-on-life-show/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mars-on-life-show/support

Audios de Enrique Villanueva
17 - UN CURSO SOBRE MILAGROS: Tienes Miedo de la Liberación

Audios de Enrique Villanueva

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 52:19


Acércate a los principios de la filosofía unificada que está transformando el estado de consciencia de la colectividad. Comprende las ideas centrales del curso y propicia los milagros en tu propia vida. PARA SESIONES PERSONALES O POR SKYPE CON ENRIQUE VILLANUEVA: ESCRIBAME A: consultaconenrique@gmail.com O ENVIE UN TEXTO AL NUMERO: 1(469) 476-2798 Vayan a mi nueva Página Web: http://www.enriquevillanueva.com

Marvel Cinematic University
MAILBAG + News & Notes

Marvel Cinematic University

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 52:00


With WHAT IF? in the books, it's time to open up the ol' mailbag and take listener questions (including some hotly debated F/M/Ks). Jerome, Jake, and AC also discuss some news items about the MCU that have come down the pike in the past few days! JOIN OUR PATREON FOR OUR DISCORD, BONUS EPISODES, ETC: patreon.com/mcuniversitypod Follow the show: @mcuniversitypod Follow AC: @anthonycanton_3 Follow Jerome: @jumbielime Follow Jake: @thejakechristie

Region Unlocked
Assassin's Creed: Two Blades are Better than One (Ft. Malcolm Keyes!)

Region Unlocked

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 57:12


Assassin's Creed has been a staple in our lives for a long time, yet despite being a game about the past, it has continued to evolve with the times. It's seen many changes, some great, some meh, but we hope it sticks around and does great things! We are once again joined by Malcolm Keyes to discuss the many wonderful sequels in the AC series, as well as play an intense game of back-stabbing trivia.Get in touch: regionunlockedpodcast@gmail.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/RegionUnlocked Music:Intro- Luminare by HeatleyBrosVarious clips taken from the gamesOutro- Ultimate Assassin's Creed 3 Song by SMOSHSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/regionunlocked)

DFS Karma
The Cash Process - NFL DFS Cash Game Advice (Week 6)

DFS Karma

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 31:06


Welcome to The Cash Process - NFL DFS Cash Game Advice for Week 6 of the season. Our DFSKarma.com analysts, Ben and AC, break down the NFL DFS slate, giving cash game advice for the first week of the NFL season. The video features our high-quality projections, which will be updated throughout the week along with our advanced stats and ownership pages. Ultimately, this video is designed to give you the best NFL DFS cash game to find success on this slate.

Texas Home Improvement Podcast
Super Podcast October 9 & 10 2021

Texas Home Improvement Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 24:14


All the best calls from this week's shows on October 9 & 10, 2021. Jim answers questions about AC replacement, installing a metal roof, standing water, sagging brick, barndominium pros & cons, gas logs, clogged AC condensation line, filling a sunken living room, trimming a large tree, replacement window types and more.

Microsoft Cloud Show
Episode 430 | Facebook: BGP?, Whats New in Microsoft 365 and the News

Microsoft Cloud Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 56:21


AC and CJ discuss the terrible week Facebook just had, how to explain BGP to your kids! They discuss the recent sale of Nintex and its impact on the ecosystem & cover Microsoft's recent announcement about starting to charge customers to use parts of the Microsoft Graph APIs. What’s New in Microsoft 365 MC288472: Update to Microsoft 365 and Outlook for Windows connectivity MC288633: M365 Records Management, Information Governance & eDiscovery – Optimized behavior of file versions preserved in SPO & ODB MC289446: Microsoft Teams: A new search results page is coming MC289687: Changes to LinkedIn integration with the Microsoft 365 people card MC289724: Macro Settings Update to Disable Excel 4.0 Macros by Default News More details about the October 4 outage A Devastating Twitch Hack Sends Streamers Reeling TPG to Buy Majority Stake in Thoma Bravo-Backed Tech Firm Nintex Removing the Built-in Microsoft Teams app with Intune Surface Laptop Studio Impressions: Windows 11 With a Twist! Microsoft's 5 guiding principles for decentralized identities Announcing: Azure credits for open source projects Announcing general availability of Microsoft Graph Export API for Microsoft Teams messages Breaking changes to the settings endpoint in the Microsoft Graph eDiscovery API (beta) Picks AC’s Pick NASA Mars missions facing 2-week communications blackout as sun blocks Red Planet CJ’s Pick Schumacher

Viracasacas Podcast
#244 "Nazismo Chinelão" - com Acácio Augusto

Viracasacas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 123:23


Saudações pessoas! No Viracasacas dessa semana recebemos novamente Acácio Augusto, professor no Departamento de Relações Internacionais da UNIFESP, para uma conversa sobre como a Lei de Godwin ACABOU. Em 2018, quando Jair Bolsonaro liderava as intenções de voto para presidente, sobravam analistas políticos e articulistas dizendo que ele não poderia ser chamado de “extrema-direita” ou que era absurdo compará-lo a nazistas e fascistas históricos. Tudo isso enquanto ele subia em palanques para ameaçar a oposição de extermínio ou exílio. Enquanto Bolsonaro agia para difundir o discurso de violência e os ideais de uma extrema-direita filofascista, partes significativas da imprensa e da inteligência brasileira corriam para normalizá-lo. No cenário pós-eleitoral a imprensa passou a dar destaque para o trabalho de quem se dispôs a analisar as diversas “coincidências” e relações entre o bolsonarismo, o clã Bolsonaro e organizações nazifascistas. Das antigas correspondências com fóruns neonazistas levantadas pela antropóloga Adriana Dias, às várias declarações e defesas públicas de apologistas do nazismo, fotos com seguidores vestidos de oficiais da SS, atos cívicos organizados e encabeçados por neonazistas, idas a clubes de tiro nas quais é abundante a simbologia nazista,  etc etc etc… E nem estamos falando do uso de slogans nazistas pelo Governo Federal e das várias “coincidências” como a vice-governadora bolsonarista neta de um dos maiores negacionistas do Holocausto no Brasil, ou o já celebre pronunciamento no qual um ex-Secretário de Cultura faz um cosplay do Goebbels. Se formos citar as “coincidências” em relação ao Integralismo e ao Fascismo Italiano as linhas seriam intermináveis. Para além da estética e de uma suposta “ironia” nessas constantes referências ao nazismo e ao fascismo falamos também sobre as consequências materiais de se ter um governo alinhado à extrema-direita, traduzida na morte de centenas de milhares de brasileiros e na destruição organizada do país pra benefício de poucos. Aos analistas políticos dos jornalões deixamos uma pergunta: já pode chamar de fascista? E de nazista?

Audios de Enrique Villanueva
16 - UN CURSO SOBRE MILAGROS: Curar como Liberación del Miedo - Acceso anticipado

Audios de Enrique Villanueva

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 64:36


Agradece a este podcast tantas horas de entretenimiento y disfruta de episodios exclusivos como éste. ¡Apóyale en iVoox! Acércate a los principios de la filosofía unificada que está transformando el estado de consciencia de la colectividad. Comprende las ideas centrales del curso y propicia los milagros en tu propia vida. PARA SESIONES PERSONALES O POR SKYPE CON ENRIQUE VILLANUEVA: ESCRIBAME A: consultaconenrique@gmail.com O ENVIE UN TEXTO AL NUMERO: 1(469) 476-2798 Vayan a mi nueva Página Web: http://www.enriquevillanueva.comEscucha este episodio completo y accede a todo el contenido exclusivo de Audios de Enrique Villanueva. Descubre antes que nadie los nuevos episodios, y participa en la comunidad exclusiva de oyentes en https://go.ivoox.com/sq/490152

Amber & Tanner On Demand
151 - Go Dawgs and Tom Cruise

Amber & Tanner On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 33:23


October 11th, 2021 -- ATM discusses mustaches, going home for Thanksgiving, leaving the AC on, and more! Make sure to find them on social media @AmberAndTannerInTheMorning

Make Sh*t Happen
Monday Motivation ( JUST DO IT )

Make Sh*t Happen

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 1:26


Happy Monday, guys. Hey, listen. It's Monday, and it's the first day of the week. The most effective way to do something is just to do it. You have to start somewhere. Somehow, I have to be great. You don't just start something, you just have to start and you will be great. Listen, guys, it's Monday. I want you to, you know, think about it. Hey, what do I want to do this week? Be productive, eat healthily, drink a lot of water, you know, think about yourself. Try to meditate Don't let anyone get to you. Don't let anyone get you mad. And if there's something that you've been wanting to do for a long while, all I want you to do is just do it. If you've been wanting to apply for a new job, let's do it. If you want to move to a new place or a new apartment or try to buy a new house, let's do it. If you're trying to look for a new car and you've been wanting a new car, let's do it. If you want to start saving money, open up that AC or an account or open up an account where you can start putting money for your future. Let's do it. Today is the day. Hey, listen, if you want to go to the gym and start a gym membership, let's do it. Today is the day. I want you to look sexy for New Year's Eve. So let's go ahead. The best way to do something is to do it. Happy Monday, guys. Let's get our Monday started. No, thank you for listening. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sammyz/message

Kicking the Seat
Scare-a-Thon 2021: Accademia Giallo: THE KILLER RESERVED NINE SEATS

Kicking the Seat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021


Pull up a chair for this special "Accademia Giallo" lesson on 1974's The Killer Reserved Nine Seats!Yes, "Scare-a-Thon 2021" rolls on with another lively livestream benefiting Chicago's Albany Park Theater Project!This week, Ian and Aaron welcome Jon Kitley of Kitley's Krypt for a look at Gieusseppe Bennati's theatre-set thriller. This viewer-requested class features some robust debates about atmosphere, tone, and the filmmakers' seemingly conflicted morality.Plus, things get really rowdy when Bryan pops in for a surprise appearance! Join us LIVE on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter at 7:30pm every Friday in October. We'll take questions, address comments, and invite you to tell us about your go-to Spooky Season movies!Show LinksWatch the The Killer Reserved Nine Seats trailer. Keep up with Aaron's daily "Scare-a-Thon" reviews at Horror 101 with Dr. AC.Follow Jon down into Kitley's Krypt.Check out Bryan Martinez's YouTube show, The Giallo Room!AND follow The Giallo Room on Instagram for your daily gialli fix!For more info on the Albany Park Theater Project visit their website.Donate to the Albany Park Theater Project here.And check out this "Scare-a-Thon 2021" trailer from the great Jason Coffman!If you just can't get enough "Accademia Giallo", feel free to stalk our YouTube Playlist.Subscribe to, like, and comment on the Kicking the Seat YouTube channel!

F100 Nation Podcast
F100 Super Nat's

F100 Nation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 101:20


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Hacker Public Radio
HPR3441: Murphy Work Bench

Hacker Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021


PROS: easy clean up just fold and vacuum height is great for tall people so I'm not hunched over the table saves space CONS: I ran into it 2 times so I rounded the edges I just now hit my head on it ... folded and crashed everything on the table to the ground and pic I custom made fell of the wall and into my AC water bucket loud when using and setting up everything echoes though the walls at night etc https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B08F4VNT9P $60 MDF cut at Lowes $50

3 Wise DMs
29 DM Ideas for Spicing Up D&D 5E: New Twists for Campaigns, Combat, Equipment, Magic and More!

3 Wise DMs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 91:53


DMing is all about bringing your ideas to the table, but some ideas reach beyond the story and dialogue to change the way the game is played. Today, 3 Wise DMs open a Pandora's Box of DMing ideas and inspiration for D&D 5E. From campaign setting ideas to new weapon rules, combat formations, vampire and dragon age categories, and more, in this episode, Thorin, Tony and Dave pitch the craziest D&D house rules and setting features they'd love to play with in the future. 1:00 Campaign ideas 1. Dark Sun for 5E: Could you resurrect the survival desert setting full of slavery and cannibalism? 2. Spelljammer space travel for 5E (Note: we recorded before WotC revealed it's happening) 3. Planescape for 5E: Plane shifting between different, wacky worlds and dimensions 4. Call of Cthulhu in Ravenloft with PCs like Van Helsing and Jonathan Harker 5. Celts vs. powerful nature spirits vs. Romans in a pseudo-historical setting with limited NPC magic 6. A prehistoric game with more intense magic and active gods, but low-level technology 7. Clerics vs. Wizards: A world where arcane magic has been branded heretical 8. Do you need to limit PC class selection in worlds with low magic or low technology? 25:00 Mechanical ideas for combat and encounters 9. Technologically low and high-quality swords with non-magical +/- bonuses 10. Injury rules and not recovering all your health after long rests 11. Weapon wear and breakage 12. An aside on Viking sword and shield usage 13. Capping hit points at a lower level 14. Combat formations: shield walls, pike hedges, etc. 15. New weapon properties and action: long reach, weapon grapples 16. Called-shot attacks (Aim for the eyes!) 17. Weapons that give an AC bonus 18. Improving the shield bonus, but making it something you can lose 19. Heirloom weapons that get progressive bonuses/powers as the player advances in tiers 62:00 Magic and magic item ideas 20. Expanding spell concentration (perhaps by allowing a familiar or item to hold concentration on one of your spells) 21. Creating unique spells 22. Places of power where players can cast unique spells 23. Rare spell components that boost the spells cast with them 24. Rebalancing charges 71:00 Monster ideas 25. The bag man and other Candy Man type horror monsters 26. Giving dragons wider age categories and introducing mightier Great Wyrms 27. The Corpse Flower garden 28. Expanding vampire power levels and roles 29. Spirts of the Land 82:00 Final thoughts Support this podcast

Cruz Control with AC Cruz Behind the Mic
S10 E1 Behind the Mic with Abraham Quintanilla

Cruz Control with AC Cruz Behind the Mic

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 32:03


Kicking off season 10. It's another exclusive! We go Behind the Mic with Abraham Quintanilla chatting about everything from the original Dino's in 1957 to family, Selena and of course Abraham's new book "A Father's Dream" all this and a huge surprise (even AC didn't see this coming) on the premiere episode of The AC Cruz Podcast.

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
1239: New MG ZS EV, MG5 and Marvel R Debuts | 09 Oct 2021

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 27:08


Show #1239 If you get any value from this podcast please consider supporting my work on Patreon. Plus all Patreon supporters get their own unique ad-free podcast feed. Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily for Saturday 9th October. It's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. Thank you to MYEV.com for helping make this show, they've built the first marketplace specifically for Electric Vehicles. It's a totally free marketplace that simplifies the buying and selling process, and help you learn about EVs along the way too. MERCEDES-BENZ EV SALES UPDATE In the first three quarters of the year, sales of hybrid and electric vehicles surged to a record 184,369 units (+142.7%). The Mercedes-Benz EQC sold 17,938 units and the EQA achieved a record 13,021 deliveries thanks to robust demand for zero-emission cars, particularly in Q3 when almost half of all EQ deliveries occurred. The EQS electric flagship went on sale in August. Overall 61,652 plug-in hybrids and all-electric cars were sold in Q3 (+34.1%) of which 19,298 were electric-only vehicles (+38.0%). https://www.daimler.com/investors/reports-news/financial-news/20211006-mercedes-benz-sales-q3.html MERCEDES TO ADD 300 JOBS AT U.S. PLANT IN PREPARATION FOR EV PRODUCTION "Mercedes-Benz will add about 300 jobs at its Alabama assembly plant by the end of this year as the luxury automaker gears up to build electric utility vehicles." reports Automotive News for subscribers: "The factory, in the town of Vance, employs 4,400 and is a production hub for the Mercedes GLS and GLE utility vehicles. Starting next year, it will produce battery-powered versions of the two popular vehicles. Mercedes is hiring for the assembly, body and paint shops, as well as the battery plant, where workers will assemble high-voltage EV battery systems." EQS starts in Q2 and EQE in Q4. Read more: https://www.autonews.com/manufacturing/mercedes-add-300-jobs-us-plant-preparation-ev-production CHEVROLET BLAZER IS THE UNFORTUNATELY NAMED NEXT CHEVY'S EV "General Motors has been in the news recently for battery fires related to its Chevrolet Bolt EV, but that hasn't slowed the automaker's electrified ambitions." says Tech Radar: "Speaking at the From Automaker to Platform Innovator event, GM President Mark Reuss confirmed the names of two upcoming Chevrolet EVs and the company has dropped hints on more electric offerings from Buick and other brands in its portfolio. At the event, Reuss mentioned two new EV SUVs by name, first confirming an electric version of the Chevrolet Equinox is on its way. Reuss noted that the Equinox EV will be a high-volume model with a starting price of around $30,000.  The other SUV on Chevy's EV list is the Blazer - a mid-size crossover SUV which has been around since 2019 and will now be blessed with a fully electric drivetrain." Read more: https://www.techradar.com/news/chevrolet-blazer-is-the-unfortunately-named-next-step-for-chevys-electric-cars RIVIAN'S FATE IS TIED TO AMAZON "Jeff Bezos stood before a packed conference room in Washington, D.C., and declared war on climate change. It was September 2019. His secret weapon, tucked deep into a chart-heavy presentation, was a bug-eyed cargo truck built by a startup few people had heard of." says Bloomberg in the second of their Rivian series: "The order immediately separated the auto rookie from the parade of promising electric startups, providing backing, a big book of business and legitimacy. It also would soon start to draw in additional investment from major players, including Ford Motor Co." Bloomberg adds: "On Friday, Rivian shared new details of the Amazon deal in a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, revealing how closely its fate is tied to one of its biggest benefactors. The e-commerce giant will have exclusive rights to Rivian's delivery vehicles for four years after receiving its first one, and it gets right of first refusal to buy the vans for two years after that. There's a clear recognition inside Rivian and with its investors that the van for Amazon is a priority and the pickup a sideshow until production can be ramped up to meaningful volumes. The deal gives Rivian visibility and guaranteed revenue, along with a deadline. An all-hands-on-deck edict has been issued to get the project up to speed — for now, the R1T is taking a back seat." As for the subscriptions their owners can take, Rivian say: “Rivian defines LTR (Lifetime Revenue) potential as the revenue it can generate from its Rivian vehicles throughout its lifetime (considered to be 10 years), if the owner, in this case, subscribes to everything possible. Level 3 driving capabilities account for $10,000, and a monthly subscription plan for infotainment, connectivity, diagnostics, and other services accounts for the other $5,500.” Read more: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-10-06/how-amazon-pushed-rivian-s-van-into-the-fast-lane RIVIAN ADVENTURE NETWORK PRICING AND ACCESS On the charging network: "RAN sites will be exclusive for Rivian owners initially, with Rivian members receiving special rates." InsideEVs says: "The upcoming Rivian Adventure Network (RAN) of DC fast chargers is promised to quickly expand to about 600 sites in the U.S. and Canada with a total of more than 3,500 DC fast chargers by the end of 2023 (see details here). According to Rivian, chargers will be exclusively available to R1T and R1S drivers, but only "initially". At a later point, the network will be opened to other EVs, which is a positive sign and good news for those who were afraid that Rivian's chargers will not be available to the public. Besides Rivian Adventure Network, the company will deploy also about 10,000 Rivian Waypoints charging points by 2023. Those are 11.5 kW AC charging points, envisioned for destination locations or places where drivers spend more time - shops, restaurants, hotels and parks. Those points will be available for all EV drivers." Read more: https://insideevs.com/news/539566/rivian-adventure-network-charging/ REFRESHED MG ZS EV DEBUTS WITH BIGGER BATTERY "MG Motors unveiled the facelifted all-electric version of the ZS, featuring a grille-less look, new infotainment, and a larger battery pack option for an increased range. The MG ZS EV first appeared in 2018 and quickly became popular thanks to its competitive pricing. The facelifted model will reach dealerships this November with the intention of making the electric SUV even more attractive to European buyers." according to CarScoops: "ZS EV gets the new LED headlights and taillights of its ICE-powered sibling but adopts a different front bumper that distinguishes it further. The grille is fully covered with a new pattern while the side intakes are smaller giving the car a cleaner and more aerodynamic look.  Inside, the 10.1-inch touchscreen incorporates the new MG iSMART infotainment system with new features, remote control functions, and more connectivity options.  the most important change has to do with the new bigger 72 kWh battery pack offering a 273-mile (439 km) WLTP range. In 2022, MG will also offer a cheaper variant with a smaller 51 kWh battery pack offering a range of 198 miles (319 km)." Pricing in November.  Autocar says the Long Range will start from €34,990 ($40,475) Read more: https://www.carscoops.com/2021/10/refreshed-mg-zs-ev-debuts-with-a-grille-less-look-new-infotainment-and-a-bigger-battery/ MG MARVEL R ELECTRIC GOES ON SALE IN EUROPE "Unveiled in March, the MG Marvel R Electric flagship electric SUV has gone on sale in select European countries. Not in the UK, though, as the Chinese-owned British automaker has yet to announce details about a possible launch in its home market. Described as the largest and most luxurious MG, the Marvel R Electric is a C-segment SUV offering a choice of two powertrains and starting prices of €39,990 ($46,250) for the base RWD model and €47,990 ($55,500) for the range-topping AWD version." reports InsideEVs: "It offers two all-electric powertrains, one with rear-wheel drive and one with all-wheel drive. Both feature the same 70 kWh battery which enables a WLTP range of 402 kilometers (250 miles) in the Comfort and Luxury RWD trim levels. These models feature two rear-mounted electric motors with a system output of 132 kW (177 hp). The AWD model, available exclusively in the range-topping Performance trim level, adds an electric motor to the front axle for a system output of 212 kW (284 hp). Customers will benefit from quick charging capability at a public charging point (AC) due to the standard 11 kW 3-phase on-board charger. The battery can also be charged at a fast-charging station (DC) with a capacity of up to 92 kW. All models are also fitted with a V2L (Vehicle-to-Load) system as standard, allowing the battery to supply energy to an external electrical system at a maximum load capacity of 2,500W. " Read more: https://insideevs.com/news/539218/mg-marvelr-electric-onsale-europe/ LUCID MOTORS ON TRACK FOR 2023 PRODUCTION TARGETS "CEO Peter Rawlinson recently told Reuters that 577 units of the Lucid Air will be built in the remainder of 2021 before production ramps up to 20,000 and 50,000 vehicles in 2022 and 2023, respectively. The company has secured the US$4.4 billion needed by the end of next year through its IPO, but does not want to wait until then to raise further capital." says electrive.com: "Rawlinson explained that the capital raised so far “takes us to the end of 2022, so it doesn't take us to Project Gravity.” Gravity is the name of the brand's second electric vehicle." Read more: https://www.electrive.com/2021/10/07/lucid-motors-on-track-for-2023-production-targets/ LUCID GRAVITY CROSSOVER ON TRACK FOR 2023 RELEASE Read more: https://www.autoblog.com/2021/10/05/lucid-gravity-2023-launch-date/ VOLVO CARS STARTS PRODUCTION OF C40 RECHARGE IN GHENT Read more: https://www.media.volvocars.com/uk/en-gb/media/pressreleases/287197/volvo-cars-starts-production-of-c40-recharge-in-ghent-belgium VOLVO WINS WORLD'S LARGEST ORDER EVER FOR ELECTRIC TRUCKS https://www.dfds.com/en/about/media/news/dfds-orders-100-electrical-volvo-trucks VOLVO PARENT GEELY REVEALS $9,000 GEOMETRY EV FOR CHINA Read more: https://www.greencarreports.com/news/1133768_volvo-parent-geely-reveals-9-000-geometry-ev-for-china-bullish-on-battery-swapping NEW QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM Returned on Sunday 10th October! Email me your thoughts and I'll read them out on Sunday – hello@evnewsdaily.com It would mean a lot if you could take 2mins to leave a quick review on whichever platform you download the podcast. And  if you have an Amazon Echo, download our Alexa Skill, search for EV News Daily and add it as a flash briefing. Come and say hi on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter just search EV News Daily, have a wonderful day, I'll catch you tomorrow and remember…there's no such thing as a self-charging hybrid. PREMIUM PARTNERS PHIL ROBERTS / ELECTRIC FUTURE BRAD CROSBY PORSCHE OF THE VILLAGE CINCINNATI AUDI CINCINNATI EAST VOLVO CARS CINCINNATI EAST NATIONAL CAR CHARGING ON THE US MAINLAND AND ALOHA CHARGE IN HAWAII DEREK REILLY FROM THE EV REVIEW IRELAND YOUTUBE CHANNEL RICHARD AT RSEV.CO.UK – FOR BUYING AND SELLING EVS IN THE UK EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM/

Sports Brew
NFL Week 4, Bourbon Meyer Arrives, Heinicke Clutches Up, TB12 FTW, MLB Playoffs, Dodgers, Big Ben, Ravens Record Run, IFLS Lab Grown Johnsons, Triple Dong Show, Internet Bang Bang Bang BSE 10-07-2021

Sports Brew

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 131:25


Segment 1: NFL Week4 Plus TNF. Bourbon Meyer pokes around. Digging up that VCU Football shirt. MLB playoffs, Gerrit Cole BSE, and Spirit Halloween sets up shop. Dodgers – Cardinals, cracking that fourth Arrogant Bastard Ale, getting rocked by the quad. 49ers, Seahawks. The Jimmy G injury train. Trey Lance, come on down! Fighting over AC settings. Packers – Steelers, Rodgers speculation, and the Bourbon Meyer trail delivers marketing opportunities. Big Ben's descent. Giants – Saints and Taysom Hill goes Beast Mode. Jets – Titans. The Stephon Gilmore trade that wasn't. Washington – Atlanta. Taylor Heinicke clutches up, an underdog story, and appreciating a fighter. McKissic balls out and another ridiculous roughing the passer penalty. Salud o'clock. The beach trip heavy handed drink making stalemate with Norman (yay Cher!).   Segment 2 (1.12.14): The legend of Bourbon Meyer continues. NCAA Football round up. Kentucky – Florida. Jim Harbaugh can finally ship his pants. The Bills roll the Texans. Cardinals – Rams. The return of Brad Johnson's son - Maximus Johnson. Chiefs – Eagles. Andy Reid dap, penalty parties, and Tyreek Hill pops off. The Bills – Chiefs litmus test. NFL roundup. Ravens – Broncos, Vic Fangio gets salty, and working to take a record from the Steelers. Lions – Bears womp womp. Cowboys – Panthers. Zeke returns plus Sam Darnold rushing TD fun facts. Bucs – Patriots. Giving TB12 the business, doink time, and turning the page. Wrap up. Lab grown johnsons, IFL Science style. Rolling out with triple dong show musical shenanigans. A trip down the Internet memory hole of fail – the bang bang bang song. MP3 format, 10-07-2021. This is how we Brew it: Join the Brew Crew on Facebook @SportsBrew Twitter: vasportsbrew Find us on Podbean, iTunes, Stitcher Radio, LiveSportscaster.com, Amazon Music, and the Google Play Store - Key words: Sports Brew Cheers and beers flavored by Captain Morgan 100 Proof, Jack Daniel's, Coca-Cola, El Segundo Brewing's Stone Cold Steve Austin's Broken Skull IPA, Hardywood Gingerbread Stout, Bingo Brewing Oktoberfest, Fine Creek Oktoberfest, Dancing Kilt Headless Horseman Lager, Arrogant Consortia's Arrogant Bastard Ale, and the general deliciousness of beer.

Best Supporting Podcast
The Best Supporting Aftershow : Health is ya wealth!

Best Supporting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 58:33


This week on the Best Supporting Aftershow we are coming down from the excitement of the 1st Annual Westons! Nick gives us a lower back and AC update, and Colin gives his official review of Moulin Rouge! on Broadway (Spoiler alert : he hated it). In our BSA of the Week segment Colin regales us with the behind the scenes joy of the Best Supporting Production meeting for the Westons followed by Nick formerly announcing that he has entered the L.L Bean phase of his life.

The Monty Show
The Monty Show 594!

The Monty Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 90:24


Monty & Jake are talking BYU Football on Football Friday! Can BYU Football remain perfect against Boise State? The BYU Football game is on ABC, there are questions about the QB's for BYU, Monty tells you who should start for BYU, and the guys give you their picks! The Utah Utes head to Los Angeles to take on the USC Trojans in Prime Time, on FOX! Will the emotions of the last few weeks be too much for the Utah Utes to overcome or will the murder of Aaron Lowe be a motivating factor for the Utah Utes? Monty and Jake are also looking forward to a big weekend in the NFL, including the Buffalo Bills at the Kansas City Chiefs, the Chicago Bears at Las Vegas Raiders, and the Arizona Cardinals hosting the San Francisco 49ers. Are the Arizona Cardinals the best team in the NFL? Will they remain undefeated? Do you use apple car play? Gizmodo says Apple is working to make Apple Car Play more of a smart car app that controls functions like AC and Seat Heaters, Monty wants to know why? Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Tiktok: TheMontyShow & SLCSuperCars Traeger Smoker: https://amzn.to/3y7lpeF Barlean's Total Omega - Orange: https://amzn.to/3kC3F6v Ghost Protein -Nutter Butter! https://amzn.to/3jk9czl Amino Energy Drink Cherry: https://amzn.to/2XT38FF Rockstar Recovery: https://amzn.to/2WgUQa4 One Bars: https://amzn.to/3D9wQGv

The Solarpreneur
Say Goodbye to Losing Deals to Competitors

The Solarpreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 21:24


Sign up for www.solciety.co! Speaker 1 (00:03):Welcome to the Solarpreneur podcast, where we teach you to take your solar business to the next level. My name is Taylor Armstrong and I went from $50 in my bank account and struggling for groceries to closing 150 deals in a year and cracking the code on why sales reps fail. I teach you to avoid the mistakes I made and bringing the top solar dogs, the industry to let you in on the secrets of generating more leads, falling up like a pro and closing more deals. What is a Solarpreneur you might ask a Solarpreneur is a new breed of solar pro that is willing to do whatever it takes to achieve mastery and you are about to become one.Speaker 2 (00:42):What's up Solarpreneurs? Taylor Armstrong back with another episode here to make your life as a solar professional, more profitable, easier to do and more enjoyable. So if I can do even a fraction of that, you're welcome. Just kidding, but really that's what we're aiming to do. And hopefully we make it a lot easier for you to close more deals, get more referrals and have success in this awesome industry. But today I want to basically tell a little story, something that happened to me recently, that I think a lot of you, the listeners can learn some lessons from a big mistake I made. So I'm going to go through that story. But first, before I get to that, just wanted to give a shout out to, um, my boys over at, uh, knock star university. If you haven't checked out a knock star, it is a six week program I'm going through right now and they do.Speaker 2 (01:40):It's really cool. They have a competition for six weeks. They put you in a seating round, then they do weekly trainings. So if you're looking for some extra training for you or your team, um, great resources guys have over there, I'm going through it. And also just wanted to throw out a little teaser. We're also working on something super exciting that has to do is training. Uh, can't spill the details yet, but is going to be releasing very soon here. And I'm super stoked when it does to go over more details, but you can't say anything I want to, um, anyway, just a couple of quick shout outs for those that are looking for more trainings, go check out and rockstar. Um, so the story I have what's going on is, um, this is basically just to illustrate to you guys, what can go wrong with an account?Speaker 2 (02:36):The title is episode is called how I made negative $563 on a solar install. And I'm in San Diego. So especially people are familiar with the California market. You're probably thinking like, what, how do you make negative dollars on a account? Like people out here are making a thousand, 2000 at ridiculous amounts. I mean, guys are making 20, 30 grand on single accounts, even I've heard. Hey, so how can someone go to make making ridiculous money to making negative on an account? I couldn't believe it when happen to me. And I don't think I'm the first person that it's happened to. So I want to go through the mistakes I made with this particular account and hopefully help you guys avoid the same mistakes. So here's what happened in this. First of all, this was back about seven months ago, I get an online lead a which if you're not running on lane leads, why not?Speaker 2 (03:40):You should be running online leads. You should be knocking, should be getting leads from all sources. Okay. That's for another episode though, I was running an online leads that I get a lead. It's a solid lead. I go, um, set it up for next day appointment. I go, we're sitting outside. I find out it's actually a home that's hasn't been moved into yet. The dude had been renting it out and he was gonna move in with his family in the next few months is what he told me at the time. Okay. Um, unfortunately it didn't work out exactly how this guy was saying. Um, but I ended up closing the deal, um, closed it's a little bit higher. So I thought I was going to make an awesome commission on it, but here's the kicker with this account. This guy, before he moved in, he was doing a ton of remodeling on the house and he wanted to get a new roof along with this solar.Speaker 2 (04:37):And at the time I had just started working for, um, the dealer that I'm with now. I wasn't super familiar with their processes and S uh, their roofers. I didn't know exactly how you did a deal with a roof over there. This is the first deal I had. First, our roof solar combine had done with the new dealer. So I call, um, our office and I kind asked him how to do this. And I'm in the heat of the moment, which you guys should all try to close deals as quick, you know, quick as possible, not want to leave them hanging. Don't want to leave loose threads. So I'm like, all right, I'm just going to get this closed. Um, but tell me about what to price it out so we can be good to throw a roof in there because here we can, just, even if we don't have to necessarily add a roofing to the financing, you just price it high enough.Speaker 2 (05:27):We can pay for a roof with the commission is what we do a lot of times just price it high, make so much that you pay for a roof with it. So I price it pretty high. I think I'm okay. I'll be good. Pay for a roof with this. And I can figure out the details later. Right? And we were working with a roofer. His name was Juan, and he got us really good prices on roofs. So especially knowing about this guy, I'm like, okay, yeah, Juan's going to hook us up with an awesome deal. I'm going to have plenty in the commission to pay for all this. We'll be good to go. So fast forward, um, several months down the road, one does the roof and then the installer goes to install up there and they put up the system, they actually do the install.Speaker 2 (06:19):Okay. But the first problem that we encounter with as account is I get a call from the customer actually, after they had already installed the solar, they didn't do a full installation, which I'll get to in a second, they did a personal install and I get a call from the customer and the customer says, Hey, Taylor, um, I see that you didn't put gutters on with my roof. Um, you guys need to come finish up the gutters. And I'm like, okay. Yeah, I'll look into that. So I call Juan or roofer and he says, oh, I don't do gutters. The gutters that they had up there, they're rotting. They're just causing all sorts of problem when I was trying to do their new roof. So I had to take them off. So yeah, they're in the dumpster now we can't use those gutters and I don't do gutters.Speaker 2 (07:05):That's a separate thing. So I'm like, okay. So I actually don't know. Maybe some, maybe some of you listeners can tell me is that normally included with risks. I actually don't even know, but I took one's word with that. I'm like, okay. So I call the customer in, say, a Mr. His name was, uh, Z. His name was, uh, he was like middle Eastern. So he had a tricky name. So I just call him Z. I'm like, Casey, they actually didn't do your gutters because that's not included. That's going to be separate. Do you want to pay for it? And at that point, when the customer heard me even say that he was going to have to pay for something, this guy flipped the lid. He's like, are you kidding me? That is included with a roofing project. That is part of the project. I am not there on some expletives in there.Speaker 2 (07:57):So I am not paying for a roof. I'm not paying extra to put gutters in with my project, just super free. It's not listening to me, wouldn't have anything to do with it. And the good news is that he had solar on his roof. But, um, what ended up happening is we did a partial install on his home and with his other projects he was doing, he was adding like a wall around his property. And I don't know the full details on this, but the wall that he was building somehow interfered with us, being able to put, um, just the box for the inverter down by his electric panel. So we couldn't finish the installation because we are waiting for his other contractors to finish this wall. So the good news is he already had solar up there. So in my head, I'm thinking, okay, well, he can't cancel or anything.Speaker 2 (08:54):He has solar up there. So he can't cancel the project or say he doesn't want it anymore. Even though that's actually what he's threatening to do, saying I'm going to cancel. If you guys don't finish this. So it was calm from out that, but then the issue we ran into is we couldn't complete this installation. He needed to finish the other wall. Um, so what happened is he started using this as leverage. Basically he knew that he needed to finish the wall. So his, his side now was all, I'm not going to finish the wall until you guys come get my gutters from, come fix my gutters. So we were just locked in, essentially, it's still meat. I mean, we had leverage against him cause the solar is up there, but his leverage was, I'm not putting this wall in until you guys around. I'm not repairing this wall, whatever needed to be done until you guys come in, put the gutters up.Speaker 2 (09:49):So it turned into that, just a big nightmare. And the other issue is we had already actually paid one to do the roof. So Juan is paid. He's happy, he's taken care of. But in the meantime, our, you know, dealer is fronted all this money to pay one. And rather than just being locked into the stalemate, um, our office made the decision to just go ahead and pay for these gutters. So we hire another contractor. We pay the gutters, they come up and do it. That's that. And then I didn't really think anything of it until I see in my bank account. I see finally, after six, seven months find the I'm getting paid on this account about freaking time. It's been so long, been months and months and months, which we all hate waiting for. Installs. We all hate, we need to get paid on. Installs sucks. Have to wait, but find the AC it come in commission for Z. And then I look at it and this time it says 300, I think it says 300 something. I'm like, oh my gosh, 300 bucks. That's it.Speaker 2 (11:10):So you're probably asking, wait, didn't you say you got paid a negative amount on this account. So yeah, it gets worse. What happened was I got paid 301st, but then I, as time goes on, about two weeks after I got paid this 300 bucks, we get another message from the customer saying, Hey, you guys forgot to do you didn't do the back part of my gutters. You only did the front. You need to come back and do it. And our team schedules this. And by the way, I didn't really, at this point, I didn't really know what was going on behind the scenes. So, um, lock of communication and I'll get to the mistakes after this, but definitely like communication and our team just goes ahead and schedules the back gutters to be done. Not really thinking much of it. And we get this customer taken care of, but guess what?Speaker 2 (12:08):We get a bill from the contractor. We paid, I think 1500 for the gutters. Okay. Which again, I thought, you know, all this was included. Um, I thought all this was paid. I'm like, okay, 300 bucks. This is ridiculous. But then it gets worse. We end up, oh, extra money on the account. And yeah, that's why I say negative 500, whatever. It was 563 is because what happened was after we paid this contract and do the back cutters. Yeah. I am being now charge back money plus some, and this isn't even all that we owed on it. I mean, luckily our office is kind enough to front some of the money, but there's faults on both sides. Okay. So more or less moral of the story, there were a ton of mistakes made and I'm going to break down a few of them. And if you have a story like this, I'd love to hear it.Speaker 2 (13:11):Shoot me a message on Facebook, Instagram, whatever. Shoot me a message. Let me know if you've had anything like this happen to you before, but first of all, number one, know how much your roof is going to cost you. All right. Like I mentioned, at the beginning, I had no idea that the roof was going to be, um, well, as much as it was, this one was more than I was thinking we were using Juan or roofer. Okay. And here's the second mistake made is make sure you're working with quality contractors. Hey, because one, he was a great guy, but what we find out later, we actually found out one wasn't even licensed. Okay. That's why we're getting such good prices on his roofs. This guy wasn't even licensed and maybe you're fine working without a licensed roofer. Okay. Probably not in most of most cases, but if you are, um, or whatever the case may be, make sure that customer is in some type of an agreement with the roofer.Speaker 2 (14:19):Kay. And you, whatever you do, whether it's you working independently or your company or your office, make sure you're setting these things in place. What's the agreement. What's the standard of quality that you need to work? What can they do? Can they, what can't they do? Cause in our case one, he just ripped off these gutters, threw them in the dumpster. But if we would have had that set in place, what can you work on? What can't you work on? If we would've had that agreement set in place between him and the customer, then it wouldn't cause an issue. Cause guess what? That would have been once issue. He would have been dealing with the angry customer saying, you didn't do my gutters, but what did we do? We just paid it directly out of our profits. And so we had to deal with all these issues.Speaker 2 (15:03):Cause the whole time, I mean, basically the customer hired us to do the work. We just outsourced it. Right. So set some type of agreement in place. What is your roof we're going to do? What are the expectations? You can't just rip off the gutters and then get blamed for it. Right. Have that in place having in place what's going to happen. Okay. And the fourth mistake that was made and make sure your communication is super clear. Again, I mentioned that, um, we had a lot of things being paid for all of the things being scheduled that weren't clear. And a lot of it's my fault because after six, seven months of the same account for me, it got to the point where I'm just like, whatever, just do whatever. I'm not going to look at it. If it gets installed. Great. Um, out here where I'm at, I mean, I'm used to a month, one to two month installs.Speaker 2 (15:57):So after that it starts getting pretty, uh, pretty what's the word? Redundant. Yeah. Pretty redundant stuff to sit and look at these accounts that aren't going through. So make sure you have communication and don't be like me be patient with it and always look at what's going on. Okay. Cause I didn't really look at the updates that were happening with this deal. Cause I just got so tired of it, but it's important to go back and see what happened with it. See what updates were left by your team. We use a sauna personally, just like a, yeah. You know, projects management. I mean you use it for a lot of things, but in the sauna our team members would basically go on leave comments. Hey, we talked to this contract or this happened, this went down and I didn't really look much at what was paid, what happened.Speaker 2 (16:50):So you need to be looking at your team, can communication, whatever you're using, make sure you're in the loop and make sure your team isn't scheduling stuff without your permission. And I, I think I did give him permission, but again, I was just sick and tired of it. So look at what's happening. And then you as the independent contractor, which most of you should be, I highly recommend you being an independent contractor. We're Solarpreneurs. Right. We're building our own businesses. So we're taking control of all this. Okay. But if it's not, you have your having an assistant or have someone that's keeping track of all this stuff because you can't just authorize everything and not know what's been paid, what hasn't been paid. Okay. And messaged me. Um, I know some people have made like spreadsheets to keep track of adders on deals and extra costs because the last thing you want to happen is, and go negative on a deal like this.Speaker 2 (17:47):Okay. And then the last thing is just figure out a resolution with everything. I talked about how we are in a stalemate with this customer. Um, things didn't really come to a resolution, but figure out a solution on both sides. Kay. I was sick of talking to the customer too. I didn't want to hear from them, but yeah, you need to be willing to have those tough conversations with your customers, admit when you've made mistakes and then come to a resolution. Okay. So those are just a couple of things I've learned and still working on being better with complicated accounts, you got to pull out all the guns, you got to be ready for the long fight. Okay. Cause there's some complicated accounts out here, whether they need main panel upgrades, whether they need roof work. I know lots of people, um, especially out here an hour adding in AC units, they're adding and maybe even paying jobs.Speaker 2 (18:49):Um, for, I talked to guys that companies doing all sorts of things at an installation. So point is keep track of all this stuff. Okay. Depending on how your office is set up, it's very likely that you gotta keep track of this. And even if your company is organized, even if you have project managers or managers that are on top of everything, I would suggest still just being in the loop. Okay. Cause that's another thing I know for me, I've been hit with adders and things that our back offices have, uh, has done that aren't weren't right. Either where if I would have been keeping track and things like that when it happened. Okay. So just wanted to share this story. Let me know if something like that's happened to you would love to hear it love to learn from other people's mistakes, but don't get hit with a negative commission. It is the worst feeling in the world in the world and it's definitely a momentum killer. So let me know what you thought of this. Let me know if you liked hearing from the mistake and with that, learn from it. Let's move forward and let's crush it this month. Peace Solarpreneurs.Speaker 3 (20:00):Hey, Solarpreneurs quick question. What if you could surround yourself with the industry's top performing sales pros, marketers, and CEOs, and learn from their experience and wisdom in less than 20 minutes a day. For the last three years, I've been placed in the fortunate position to interview dozens of elite level solar professionals and learn exactly what they do behind closed doors to build their solar careers to an all-star level. That's why I want to make a truly special announcement about the new learning community, exclusively for solar professionals to learn, compete, and win with top performers in the industry. And it's called the Solciety, this learning community with designed from the ground up to level the playing field to give solar pros access to proven members who want to give back to this community and help you or your team to be held accountable by the industry. Brightest minds four, are you ready for it? Less than $3 and 45 cents a day currently Solciety is open, launched, and ready to be enrolled. So go to Solciety.co To learn more and join the learning experience. Now this is exclusively for Solarpreneur listeners. So be sure to go to solciety.co And join. We'll see you on the inside. 

Miller's Military Moments
Military Transition Story, Tips, and Resources with Michelle Schopp

Miller's Military Moments

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 79:29


Military Transition is maybe the most unique thing we do in the military. We are always part of a team with the same goals and often have the same duties and jobs in order to get the mission done. When it comes to leaving the military, no exit is the same. This holds true for today's guest Michelle Schopp!She is a retired Coastie (SP?) as we affectionately call them. Her retirement was different not only because of her branch of service, but also because covid was in full bloom when she was leaving the Coast Guard. She prepared as well as anyone could have considering the circumstances.  She is an inspiration to everyone that is preparing to leave the military. For example, she filed her VA disability claim  during the Benefits During Discharge time period which means she should have received her disability ratings at or near her official retirement date which was 1 September 2020. As of September 2021 she had still not received her disability ratings. 1 year later! Some how some way her attitude has remained hopeful, and  positive through this entire ordeal. She used every resource imaginable to assist her with her transition. I am including several links that were mentioned in our show as reference. Society of American Military Engineers (SAME), https://www.same.org/  Great for networking, especially folks in the AC & E CommunityOne to One Women Coaching, https://onetoonewomen.org/Life coaches, sliding scale payment options, and they have a team dedicated to transitioning military women and military caregiverPinto Leadership Solutions, https://www.pintoleadershipsolutions.com/Friend of Michelle's, retired Coastie, did a lot of leadership coaching before he retired and then started his own business. Gives a military discount, and will do $25 off a coaching package for anyone who mentions the podcastHives for Heroes, https://www.hivesforheroes.com/Non-profit organization who pairs veterans with skilled beekeepers in their area.Others:Hire MilitaryLocal Chamber of CommerceTop Resume (not sure if Hire Military is still using them, but when I linked up with them they had a free eval which I used)Dave Ramsey, and Financial Peace UniversityWanna start your own podcast? Get a 20 dollar amazon gift card when you choose a paid plan from Buzzsprout using the link below!https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1539260Interested in supporting me and this show? Subscribe to my Patreon to earn rewards while supporting me! My Patreon page allows you to subscribe at 1 of 5 different levels. They range from 1 dollar a month to 100 dollars a month. Each tier is named after an Army rank such as private Sergeant, Staff Sergeant, First Sergeant, and General! Each level provides you with rewards for your subscription https://www.patreon.com/millersmilitarymoments Wanna start your own podcast? Buzzsprout is the best Podcast Hosting site! I use Buzzsprout, love their services and their value. They make it really easy to start, learn and grow your show! Sign up with Buzzsprout today!https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1539260Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREESupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/millersmilitarymoments)

Marvel Cinematic University
WHAT IF? - Episode 9

Marvel Cinematic University

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 62:38


It's the season finale of WHAT IF?! AC, Jerome, and Jake come from across the Multiverse to break down the ninth episode and the rest of the season that came before it! JOIN OUR PATREON FOR OUR DISCORD, BONUS EPISODES, CONTESTS, OUR LOVE/APPRECIATION: patreon.com/mcuniversitypod Follow the show: @mcuniversitypod Follow Anthony: @anthonycanton_3 Follow Jake: @thejakechristie Follow Jerome: @jumbielime

Audios de Enrique Villanueva
15 - UN CURSO SOBRE MILAGROS: Es Cuestión de Tiempo Aceptar la Redención - Acceso anticipado

Audios de Enrique Villanueva

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 58:38


Agradece a este podcast tantas horas de entretenimiento y disfruta de episodios exclusivos como éste. ¡Apóyale en iVoox! Acércate a los principios de la filosofía unificada que está transformando el estado de consciencia de la colectividad. Comprende las ideas centrales del curso y propicia los milagros en tu propia vida. PARA SESIONES PERSONALES O POR SKYPE CON ENRIQUE VILLANUEVA: ESCRIBAME A: consultaconenrique@gmail.com O ENVIE UN TEXTO AL NUMERO: 1(469) 476-2798 Vayan a mi nueva Página Web: http://www.enriquevillanueva.comEscucha este episodio completo y accede a todo el contenido exclusivo de Audios de Enrique Villanueva. Descubre antes que nadie los nuevos episodios, y participa en la comunidad exclusiva de oyentes en https://go.ivoox.com/sq/490152

Our Daily Bread Podcast | Our Daily Bread

When you plug in your toaster, you benefit from the results of a bitter feud from the late nineteenth century. Back then, inventors Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla battled over which was the best kind of electricity for development: direct current (DC), like the current that goes from a battery to a flashlight; or alternating current (AC), which we get from an electrical outlet. Eventually, Tesla’s AC ideas powered through and have been used to provide electricity for homes, businesses, and communities around the world. AC is much more efficient at sending electricity across great distances and proved to be the wiser choice. Sometimes we need wisdom as we face issues of concern between believers in Jesus (see Romans 14:1–12). The apostle Paul called for us to seek God’s help for clarity in such matters. He said, “If on some point you think differently, that too will God make clear to you” (Philippians 3:15). A few verses later, we see the results of two people who let a difference divide them—a conflict that grieved Paul: “I plead with Euodia and I plead with Syntyche to be of the same mind in the Lord” (4:2). Whenever a disagreement starts to tear us apart, may we seek God’s grace and wisdom in the Scriptures, the counsel of mature believers, and prayer. Let’s strive to “be of the same mind” in Him (v. 2).

Locked On Packers - Daily Podcast On The Green Bay Packers
Zhao You Doin' wonders which injury is the most important for the Packers right now

Locked On Packers - Daily Podcast On The Green Bay Packers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 37:42


Jaire Alexander is expected to miss time with an AC joint sprain, making him the fourth Pro Bowl caliber player to land on the injured list so far this season. Fox6's Lily Zhao joins the show to talk about which injury hurts the Packers the most (no pun intended) and how their other healthy stars will have to get them out of trouble. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Marvel Cinematic University
VENOM: LET THERE BE CARNAGE (with Michael Springthorpe)

Marvel Cinematic University

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 77:24


Spoiler alert: this movie is a part of the MCU! AC, Jake, and Jerome invite on friend-of-the-show Michael Springthorpe to discuss VENOM: LET THERE BE CARNAGE! JOIN OUR PATREON: patreon.com/mcuniversitypod Follow Michael: @springthorpeman Follow the show: @mcuniversitypod Follow AC: @anthonycanton_3 Follow Jerome: @jumbielime Follow Jake: @thejakechristie

Coffee Talky
Guji Lean | King State Coffee

Coffee Talky

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 61:28


0:21 The Weekly Catch UpGreg moved (new house, who dis?), George had a stellar week comprised of a fixed AC unit and a birthday weekend, Greg expresses his dislike for hard seltzers and mercy “drops,” then turns around and gushes over Fellow Products new Fellow Drops coffee ordering program, and GW steps into the Aeropress game. 28:48 Coffee SegmentThis week we put down a flavor-punched Guatemalan coffee from King State Coffee based out of Tampa, Florida. 42:13 The NewsRecent Coronavirus Coffee Study “Plausible” And “Merits Further Investigation”High-End German Grinder Maker Titus Grinding Unveils The NautilusCoffee Prices Drop as Weather, Speculation Affect Market

Microsoft Cloud Show
Episode 429 | Azure App Configuration

Microsoft Cloud Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 44:18


In this episode, AC & CJ catch you up on the news, explore what's new in Microsoft 365, and then explore the Azure App Configuration service that developers can use in maintaining centralized configuration in their distributed cloud apps.What’s New in Microsoft 365 MC286990 - Exchange Online and Basic Auth MC288054 - Configuration Change: Power BI app for Microsoft Teams automatic installation and availability for government customers News The future of Skype: Fast, playful, delightful & buttery smooth​ Microsoft 365 MFA outage locks users out of their accounts Trump pushing Microsoft to buy TikTok was ‘strangest thing I've ever worked on,' says Satya Nadella Microsoft opens its Windows store up to third-party app stores Announcing Cloudflare R2 Storage: Rapid and Reliable Object Storage, minus the egress fees Cloudflare R2 Storage Azure App Configuration documentation Getting started with Azure App Configuration | Azure Friday How Azure App Configuration helps developers roll out new features | Azure Friday Picks AC’s Pick LuLaRich CJ’s Pick A hamster has been trading cryptocurrencies in a cage rigged to automatically buy and sell tokens since June - and it’s currently outperforming the S&P 500