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Since the Republican candidate dismissed and justified his lewd comments as “locker room” banter, an onslaught of Republican politicians, celebrities, athletes and even his own daughter Ivanka Trump have come forth to condemn his comparison.America’s most notorious shock jock, Howard Stern, who has been both partial and privy to his share of “locker room” talk has now argued that Trump’s remarks are in no way an example of “locker room” talk.

$1,000,000 Per Year - Tim Nguyen, 35Location: Huntington Beach, California Occupation: Business owner, CEO/cofounder of Be Smartee, a DIY mortgage marketplace Family status: Married with a 9-month-old son Homeowner? We track every single penny that comes in and out of our bank account. There's a certain dollar figure that would allow me to pay off all their debts. They include rent and about $1,000 a month for transportation, $180 a month to the cleaning lady, $200 for gas for the vehicle, and a handful of little things—$300 a month for Netflix, Pandora, Skype, subscriptions like that. One thing you want but can't afford: I'm a fan of watches, and there's a Cartier that just came out that's about $10,000. I'm saving up to buy an apartment building, which will give me another stream of income. But say you did: At what age would you be able to retire?

Last December, I went to Austria, Slovenia, and Italy.

I'd love to stay in Brooklyn, but right now the asking price is between $500,000 and $600,000.

And we give 6 percent of our money away to charity. That's my first goal: to retire my parents so they can be independent and just live their lives. It's cash for points, so we charge ev­erything on the card and pay it off at the end of the month. It's not that I can't afford it; it's just not a priority right now. $7,700 on one card, and it should be paid off by the end of the month. My money is all in play right now to make more money.

We have a big heart for animals, children, the el­derly, the underprivileged. The last thing you bought that required serious plan­ning: We budget our money all the time, so we've already been planning for every­thing—I could tell you exactly where all my money is going over the next five years. The last thing you bought that required serious plan­ning: I spend money trav­eling every year, and that's something I put some thought into. The kind of life that I want to live when I retire is not one I have to manage by having, you know, a million dollars and 3 or 4 percent [interest].

It rhymes with 'sambo', the word for a live-in boyfriend or girlfriend.

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$1,000,000 Per Year - Tim Nguyen, 35Location: Huntington Beach, California Occupation: Business owner, CEO/cofounder of Be Smartee, a DIY mortgage marketplace Family status: Married with a 9-month-old son Homeowner? We track every single penny that comes in and out of our bank account. There's a certain dollar figure that would allow me to pay off all their debts. They include rent and about $1,000 a month for transportation, $180 a month to the cleaning lady, $200 for gas for the vehicle, and a handful of little things—$300 a month for Netflix, Pandora, Skype, subscriptions like that. One thing you want but can't afford: I'm a fan of watches, and there's a Cartier that just came out that's about $10,000. I'm saving up to buy an apartment building, which will give me another stream of income. But say you did: At what age would you be able to retire? Last December, I went to Austria, Slovenia, and Italy. I'd love to stay in Brooklyn, but right now the asking price is between $500,000 and $600,000. And we give 6 percent of our money away to charity. That's my first goal: to retire my parents so they can be independent and just live their lives. It's cash for points, so we charge ev­erything on the card and pay it off at the end of the month. It's not that I can't afford it; it's just not a priority right now. $7,700 on one card, and it should be paid off by the end of the month. My money is all in play right now to make more money. We have a big heart for animals, children, the el­derly, the underprivileged. The last thing you bought that required serious plan­ning: We budget our money all the time, so we've already been planning for every­thing—I could tell you exactly where all my money is going over the next five years. The last thing you bought that required serious plan­ning: I spend money trav­eling every year, and that's something I put some thought into. The kind of life that I want to live when I retire is not one I have to manage by having, you know, a million dollars and 3 or 4 percent [interest]. It rhymes with 'sambo', the word for a live-in boyfriend or girlfriend.

,000,000 Per Year - Tim Nguyen, 35Location: Huntington Beach, California Occupation: Business owner, CEO/cofounder of Be Smartee, a DIY mortgage marketplace Family status: Married with a 9-month-old son Homeowner? We track every single penny that comes in and out of our bank account. There's a certain dollar figure that would allow me to pay off all their debts. They include rent and about

$1,000,000 Per Year - Tim Nguyen, 35Location: Huntington Beach, California Occupation: Business owner, CEO/cofounder of Be Smartee, a DIY mortgage marketplace Family status: Married with a 9-month-old son Homeowner? We track every single penny that comes in and out of our bank account. There's a certain dollar figure that would allow me to pay off all their debts. They include rent and about $1,000 a month for transportation, $180 a month to the cleaning lady, $200 for gas for the vehicle, and a handful of little things—$300 a month for Netflix, Pandora, Skype, subscriptions like that. One thing you want but can't afford: I'm a fan of watches, and there's a Cartier that just came out that's about $10,000. I'm saving up to buy an apartment building, which will give me another stream of income. But say you did: At what age would you be able to retire?

Last December, I went to Austria, Slovenia, and Italy.

I'd love to stay in Brooklyn, but right now the asking price is between $500,000 and $600,000.

And we give 6 percent of our money away to charity. That's my first goal: to retire my parents so they can be independent and just live their lives. It's cash for points, so we charge ev­erything on the card and pay it off at the end of the month. It's not that I can't afford it; it's just not a priority right now. $7,700 on one card, and it should be paid off by the end of the month. My money is all in play right now to make more money.

We have a big heart for animals, children, the el­derly, the underprivileged. The last thing you bought that required serious plan­ning: We budget our money all the time, so we've already been planning for every­thing—I could tell you exactly where all my money is going over the next five years. The last thing you bought that required serious plan­ning: I spend money trav­eling every year, and that's something I put some thought into. The kind of life that I want to live when I retire is not one I have to manage by having, you know, a million dollars and 3 or 4 percent [interest].

It rhymes with 'sambo', the word for a live-in boyfriend or girlfriend.

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$1,000,000 Per Year - Tim Nguyen, 35Location: Huntington Beach, California Occupation: Business owner, CEO/cofounder of Be Smartee, a DIY mortgage marketplace Family status: Married with a 9-month-old son Homeowner? We track every single penny that comes in and out of our bank account. There's a certain dollar figure that would allow me to pay off all their debts. They include rent and about $1,000 a month for transportation, $180 a month to the cleaning lady, $200 for gas for the vehicle, and a handful of little things—$300 a month for Netflix, Pandora, Skype, subscriptions like that. One thing you want but can't afford: I'm a fan of watches, and there's a Cartier that just came out that's about $10,000. I'm saving up to buy an apartment building, which will give me another stream of income. But say you did: At what age would you be able to retire? Last December, I went to Austria, Slovenia, and Italy. I'd love to stay in Brooklyn, but right now the asking price is between $500,000 and $600,000. And we give 6 percent of our money away to charity. That's my first goal: to retire my parents so they can be independent and just live their lives. It's cash for points, so we charge ev­erything on the card and pay it off at the end of the month. It's not that I can't afford it; it's just not a priority right now. $7,700 on one card, and it should be paid off by the end of the month. My money is all in play right now to make more money. We have a big heart for animals, children, the el­derly, the underprivileged. The last thing you bought that required serious plan­ning: We budget our money all the time, so we've already been planning for every­thing—I could tell you exactly where all my money is going over the next five years. The last thing you bought that required serious plan­ning: I spend money trav­eling every year, and that's something I put some thought into. The kind of life that I want to live when I retire is not one I have to manage by having, you know, a million dollars and 3 or 4 percent [interest]. It rhymes with 'sambo', the word for a live-in boyfriend or girlfriend.

,000 a month for transportation, 0 a month to the cleaning lady, 0 for gas for the vehicle, and a handful of little things—0 a month for Netflix, Pandora, Skype, subscriptions like that. One thing you want but can't afford: I'm a fan of watches, and there's a Cartier that just came out that's about ,000. I'm saving up to buy an apartment building, which will give me another stream of income. But say you did: At what age would you be able to retire?

Last December, I went to Austria, Slovenia, and Italy.

I'd love to stay in Brooklyn, but right now the asking price is between 0,000 and 0,000.

And we give 6 percent of our money away to charity. That's my first goal: to retire my parents so they can be independent and just live their lives. It's cash for points, so we charge ev­erything on the card and pay it off at the end of the month. It's not that I can't afford it; it's just not a priority right now. ,700 on one card, and it should be paid off by the end of the month. My money is all in play right now to make more money.

We have a big heart for animals, children, the el­derly, the underprivileged. The last thing you bought that required serious plan­ning: We budget our money all the time, so we've already been planning for every­thing—I could tell you exactly where all my money is going over the next five years. The last thing you bought that required serious plan­ning: I spend money trav­eling every year, and that's something I put some thought into. The kind of life that I want to live when I retire is not one I have to manage by having, you know, a million dollars and 3 or 4 percent [interest].

It rhymes with 'sambo', the word for a live-in boyfriend or girlfriend.

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