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May 10, 2021
The Impossible Question
Friday’s: According to Men’s Health, 25% of men have done this in the kitchen. Start a fire
Today’s Impossible Question:
A little over 50% of women say they do this much better than their husband. What is it?
Answer: Mow the lawn!
The Joke From Jersey Joe
Two priests decided to go to Hawaii on their holidays. They were determined to make this a real vacation by not wearing anything that would identify them as clergy. As soon as the plane landed they headed for a store and bought some really outrageous shorts, shirts, sandals, sunglasses. The next morning they went to the beach dressed in their ‘tourist’ garb. They were sitting on beach chairs, enjoying a drink, the sunshine and the scenery when a ‘drop dead gorgeous’ topless blonde came walking straight towards them ……They couldn’t help but stare. As the blonde passed them she smiled and said ‘Good Morning, Father ~ Good Morning, Father,’ nodding and addressing each of them individually, then she passed on by. They were both stunned. How in the world did she know they were priests?
So the next day, they went back to the store and bought even more outrageous outfits. Once again, in their new attire, they settled down in their chairs to enjoy the sunshine. After a little while, the same gorgeous topless blonde came walking toward them. Again she nodded at each of them and said ‘Good morning, Father ~ Good morning, Father,’ and started to walk away. One of the priests couldn’t stand it any longer and said, ‘Just a minute, young lady.’ ‘Yes, Father?’ ‘We are priests and proud of it, but I have to know, how in the world did you know we are priests, dressed as we are?’
She replied, ‘Father, it’s me, Sister Kathleen.’
Gas Pipeline Attack
John’s comments here. Mobile users begin at 6:22
Predictions of the Future from the 1960s
John’s comments on the Second Amendment. And how there is no such thing as common-sense gun control. Gun control is people control. Mobile users begin at 12:33
John’s comments here. Mobile users begin at 24:40
Listen to the interview here. Mobile users begin at 30:44
John and Jarrett talked about how people have bought into the communist left. It’s invaded Hollywood, the classroom, and the one-sided media. They also talked about V-E day, which took place over the weekend. Jarrett noticed that there was a lot of revisionism on social media about how the USSR “won the war” and he addressed that.
A Lot To Do About Nothing – The CDC
John’s comments here. Mobile users begin at 51:58
Neat the way the CDC admits it was wrong about the Covid 6-foot distancing rule on a Friday night and none of the networks cover that story on the Saturday morning news. Fridays are notorious for being the day administrations choose to release stories they want to die a quick death.
Quotes from the linked story:
The CDC acknowledged Friday that the airborne spread of COVID-19 among people more than 6 feet apart “has been repeatedly documented.”
“These transmission events have involved the presence of an infectious person exhaling virus indoors for an extended time (more than 15 minutes and in some cases hours) leading to virus concentrations in the air space sufficient to transmit infections to people more than 6 feet away, and in some cases to people who have passed through that space soon after the infectious person left.”
Big Retailers and Their Big Gains
Pam Danziger – consumer insights expert and retail Forbes Contributor joined John to talk about how much the big retailers have gained in the past year and how much the independent Main Street retailers lost…and how they can recover.
Listen to the conversation here. Mobile users begin at 1:10
Joined the Conversation
Warren called in. Mobile users begin at 19:18
Richard Rush and the Kentucky Derby. Listen to the interview here. Mobile Users begin at 25:45
Related Article: Derby winner Medina Spirit fails postrace drug test; Bob Baffert banned at Churchill Downs
A listener texted in that this trainer for the horse has been busted for the same offense five times.
Aaron Rogers and where will he be? Richard comments here. Mobile users begin at 34:14
Joined the Conversation
Jim called in about the politicians on the left and how they are not hiding it anymore. They are socialist-communists and the other communists are the globalists. Listen here to the full conversation and how corporations are silencing their workers. Mobile users begin at 39:59.
John’s comments here. Mobile users begin at 49:17
How to Fight the Good Fight
John comments here on how the left has been working their strategy since the 50s. Mobile users begin at 1:19
7 SIMPLE BUDGET HACKS
Bill Westrom is a consumer finance expert with 25 years of experience in street-level consumer banking and borrowing. He is the co-author of the book Master Your Debt with Jordan Goodman
Got debt? Don’t feel bad. You’re not alone.
According to the credit reporting bureau Experian:
- 75% of adults carry an average balance of $5,315 on one or more credit cards.
- 25% of adults have a personal loan with an average balance of $16,458.
- 66% of adults have at least one auto loan with an average balance of $19,703
- 44.7 million borrowers carry student loan debt averaging $38,792.
- 44% of adults have a mortgage with an average balance of $208,185.
For 15 years Bill Westrom has been sharing money-management tips and strategies for erasing debt and building equity. Today he’s here to review some simple ways to trim hundreds of dollars (or more) of unnecessary outlays from your monthly household budget.
Westrom’s 7 Simple Budget Hacks:
- Switch to a cheaper gym membership: Personal finance experts often point to gym membership as the first expense that should be cut. If you don’t need a pool, a basketball court, or a racquetball court, you can find a smaller gym with fewer facilities for as little as $10 monthly.
- Rent or Borrow a Dress or Suit: Next time you have an event coming up, borrow a nice outfit from a close friend or rent one for the day. You can rent the latest looks from websites like Le Tote, Rent the Runway, or Style Lend.
- Cut the Cord: 77.6 million of us still pay for cable TV, but do we really need a Platinum package with 1,200 channels? A $30 Roku adapter and a monthly $9 Netflix subscription will provide more than enough news, movies, and entertainment.
- Pack a Lunch at Least Every other Day: Limiting lunches out to every other workday can be a simple way to save $5 to $15 per meal and easily $100 over the course of a month.
- Order Your Glasses Online: No law says you have to buy your glasses at your optometrist’s office. After an eye exam, take your prescription and shop online for a deeply
- Use Cash-back Apps like Rakuten and Ibotta: Thousands of stores, from Macy’s to Walmart, pay companies like Rakuten and Ibotta a commission for sending customers their way. These shopping portals share the commission they receive with you as cashback through PayPal or direct deposits to your bank account. Savvy shoppers can earn hundreds monthly.
- Use a Line of Credit for Banking: This clever cash flow strategy has you deposit your paychecks and other income into a line of credit (LOC) for the purpose of suppressing the LOC balance until you pay your bills from the LOC on a specified day. By keeping the LOC’s average daily balance suppressed in this manner, the interest payment charged by the bank at the end of the month is reduced, resulting in a net gain for you and not your banker.
Listen to the interview here. Mobile users begin at 10:13
FOID (Firearms Owner Identification) Card
Related Facebook post by Jersey Joe here.
Comments here. on how beneficial it is to know the law and the rise of gun sales. Mobile users begin at 32:25
Birthing person’s Day. Representative Cori Bush (D- MO) no longer refers to pregnant women as “Women”. Her New Speak term to replace that word is “Birthing People”. Article here. Comments here. Mobile users begin at 37:31
Video John saw a video about offensive boat names and the petition. The Karens of the world and idea of the left. Comments here. Mobile users begin at 39:41