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Hosts Margo and Sonia chat about Creeps. We talk about Creeps of the past and the present: It's the who's who of who's the worst. Do you have a story about one of the Creeps we covered? Email us at whatacreeppodcast@gmail.com.
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Dance Mania is a PodMix, produced @Studio7NL in The Netherlands by DJ Sem and powered by E2Radio.com and PodMix.nl. House, Club, Techno, EDM, Techhouse and HardDance, one great mix of different styles of music.
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Join me on my journey to financial freedom, personal success and out of the hospital. Listen as I interview high-performing nurses , healthcare providers and entrepreneurs. Together we will discover the answer to what it does mean to be a successful, high performing, world changing nurse. Fuel the jet and let’s go!
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Meet Aaron Thomas, an attorney, founder of Prenups.com, and author of the book "The Prenup Prescription." In perfect time for wedding season, Aaron chats with Bill and Jackie about how a proper prenup can not only protect but improve your relationship. As a former divorce attorney who helped hundreds of clients secure favorable settlements, Aaron s…
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What a Creep Season 25, Episode 7 The Murder of Dominique Dunne by John Thomas Sweeney Dominique Dunne, known for her role in the 1982 film "Poltergeist," had a bright future. Tragically, her life was cut short on October 30, 1982, when her ex-boyfriend strangled her, John Thomas Sweeney, outside her West Hollywood home. She never regained consciou…
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Today we're rerunning our episode with Jonathan Clements who is a dear personal friend and a friend of our community. He recently posted on his blog, HumbleDollar, about his final lap around the sun yesterday. Let’s send him our love. 🔗 Connect with us Buy CUtFI a coffee Record a message for CUtFI Thank you to our sponsors: Personal Finance Club (U…
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Kyle Landis-Marinello is a practicing attorney specializing in environmental and energy law. Bill and Jackie dive deep with Kyle into topics such as socially responsible investing, student loan forgiveness, and his book, Personal Finance and Investing: How Anyone can Make More, Spend Less, and Invest Wisely. We also learn about Kyle’s unique financ…
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What a Creep Season 25, Episode 6 The character actor edition: Stephen Collins & Jeffrey Jones Stephen Collins is known for his role in the wholesome WB drama series “7th Heaven” from 1996 to 2007. Jeffrey Jones is probably best known for the cartoonish principal in “Ferris Bueller's Day Off” or the clueless dad in “Beetlejuice.” These character ac…
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Meet the dynamic duo, Alan and Katie Donegan! The Donegans, known for their Rebel Finance School and Rebel Business School, share their insights on living an extraordinary life, both financially and personally. From defining what “extraordinary” means on an individual level to the importance of financial independence and entrepreneurship, Alan and …
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What a Creep Season 25, Episode 5 Frank Lloyd Wright Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) is a towering figure in 20th-century architecture, known for his groundbreaking designs and innovative philosophies. He was known as one of the top creators of the Prairie School Movement, Organic Architecture, and Usonian Homes. Notable Works include Taliesin, the …
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Donna Peterson is a retired supervisory special agent and joins Bill and Jackie to cover the essential topic of internet and financial security. Drawing from her extensive background in combating cybercrime with the FBI, Donna shares her expert advice on how to secure personal and financial information against common hacks, the importance of two-fa…
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What a Creep Season 25, Episode 4 Even more NFL Creeps - Harrison Butker & Aaron Rodgers Harrison Butker is the Kansas City Chiefs kicker who showed his bigoted true face while speaking at a graduation ceremony earlier this month. Aaron Rodgers is a quarterback for the New York Jets who has many bad takes about vaccines, 9/11, and Sandy Hook becaus…
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Christine Benz is the Director of Personal Finance and Retirement Planning at Morningstar. Christine shares her extensive insights into retirement planning, emphasizing the flexibility and adaptability of the 4 percent guideline over the rigid 4 percent rule. She discusses the value of variable withdrawal strategies, the importance of personalizing…
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What a Creep: Morgan Spurlock (Complicated Creep) & Kevin Spacey (Update and Replay) Season 25, Episode 3 Kevin Spacey is a name that might be synonymous with some of your favorite movies from the 1990s, such as Swimming with Sharks, The Usual Suspects, Se7en, LA Confidential, A Time To Kill, and American Beauty. A man who has not only won two Osca…
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In part 2, Jeff York continues his discussion with Bill and Jackie about the financial importance of amicable divorces, the nitty gritty on his investments, and how he was able to "graduate" on his modest salary. The three also dive deep into Jeff's unique lifestyle, the necessity of personal health before and after retirement, and the rewarding na…
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What a Creep Season 25, Episode 2 John Landis John Landis, a well-known director and father of past Creep Max Landis, has directed some of the most successful comedies, including Animal House, Trading Places, and Coming to America. While directing his segment for 1983’s The Twilight Zone: The Movie, a helicopter accident tragically resulted in the …
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In this special pop up episode, Bill, Jackie, and special guest Amy Coroso engage in a thought-provoking discussion sparked by a controversial New York Times Magazine article about the FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early) movement. The three chat about the article's portrayal of diverse financial independence approaches as well as the articl…
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Jeff York is a remarkable individual whose journey from custodian to millionaire offers a wealth of inspiration and practical advice. Jeff's story breaks down conventional barriers, showcasing the power of education, financial literacy, and personal responsibility. From his unique investment strategies and the importance of health to his experience…
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What a Creep Season 25, Episode 1 Andy Dick You probably know Andy Dick from the “The Ben Stiller Show” or “NewsRadio.” But he’s also famous for a very long history of harassing, groping, licking, and punching people, as well as whipping *it out in public. He has struggled with drug and alcohol abuse, but that’s no excuse for his behavior. What a c…
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He’s here, Mr. Money Mustache! Also known as Pete Adeney, the financial independence OG shares his story with Bill and Jackie. From retiring at 30 and starting one of the most popular blogs in the community to the importance of choosing sustainability with your money. The three discuss some of Pete’s most impactful articles (listed below), highligh…
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What a Creep Season 24, Episode 10 The True Crime Story Behind “The Natural” The Eddie Waitkus shooting is a notable event in baseball history. It occurred in 1949 when the popular first baseman (and WW2 hero) for the Philadelphia Phillies was shot by an obsessed fan named Ruth Steinhagen. The incident was a shocking reminder of the dangers of cele…
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In celebration of Financial Literacy Month, Tim Ranzetta, co-founder of NextGen Personal Finance, chats with Bill and Jackie on the transformative power of teaching personal finance to students. Discussing stats, stories, and strategies, this episode covers everything from the ripple effects of financial literacy to state-level advocacy for require…
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What a Creep Season 24, Episode 9 Karl Lagerfeld Karl Lagerfeld was a fashion designer best known for heading Chanel for over 30 years. He was one of the first designers to channel their fashion leadership into becoming a public figure. He developed this image as “the Kaiser,” a too-cool snob with dark sunglasses, fingerless gloves, and a ponytail …
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Although you’ve probably heard of this powerful pair, Mindy and Carl Jensen hop onto our show to share their personal journeys to financial independence and beyond. The Jensens discuss their experiences with podcasting, real estate investing, individual stock investments, and the lifestyle adjustments they've made after achieving financial independ…
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What a Creep Season 24, Episode 8 The Creepy History of the “Desperate Housewives” "Desperate Housewives" was a famous American TV series from 2004 to 2012 set in Wisteria Lane, a seemingly perfect suburb. The show followed the lives of women and their families, uncovering secrets, scandals, and mysteries. The main characters included Susan Mayer, …
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In Part 2 of Bill and Jackie’s conversation with JL Collins, the three explore his latest book “Pathfinders” and unravel the powerful narratives that underscore the ethos of financial independence. The trio discuss various topics such as the significance of starting early in investments, the pivotal moments which define one’s financial path, and th…
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What a Creep Season 24, Episode 7 Fox News celebrities: Dean Cain, Kristy Swanson & Kevin Sorbo For some reason, Fox News loves to bring on celebrities to comment on political news, but the only “celebrities” they can get are Ted Nugent, Kid Rock, and these three - Dean Cain, Kristy Swanson, and Kevin Sorbo. Check out their Twitter feeds for all th…
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Welcome back, JL Collins! Affectionately known as the Godfather of FI, Collins returns to discuss his latest book, "Pathfinders: Extraordinary Stories of People Like You on the Quest for Financial Independence" which explores real-life stories of individuals from diverse backgrounds navigating the journey toward financial freedom. Bill and official…
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What a Creep Season 24, Episode 7 Diane Downs Diane Downs gained infamy for the 1983 shooting of her three children, one of whom died, in Springfield, Oregon. The case became highly publicized due to the shocking nature of the crime and the subsequent investigation and trial. On May 19, 1983, Diane Downs drove her children to a rural road and shot …
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Mark Ross is a retired executive and a rewired encorepreneur. Mark shares his journey from a traditional career into retirement and how he shaped a fulfilling post-retirement life through diversifying his interests, categorizing his work into things he does for a fee, for free, and just for himself. Through his personal story, he highlights the imp…
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What a Creep Season 24, Episode 6 Kirk Cameron & Candace Cameron Bure Kirk Cameron starred in the ’80s sitcom “Growing Pains,” which made him a teenage heartthrob. He was never our guy. We’re Jason Bateman and Michael J. Fox girlies. His sister Candace Cameron Brue starred in “Full House,” TV movies, and more recently “Fuller House” on Netflix. At …
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Doug Nordman and Carol Pittner are a financially-savvy father-daughter duo who take us on their money journey as a family. From learning about money management through unique family practices like the “Bank of Carol,” to achieving financial independence, Doug and Carol share the milestones, strategies, and setbacks of their financial journeys. They…
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What a Creep Royal Family PR Fiascos Season 24, Episode 5 With the latest news of an insanely unusual news cycle that, unfortunately, includes Kate Middleton being diagnosed with cancer, we decided to speak to supreme royal expert and friend of the pod Kristen Meinzer of the Daily Fail podcast to talk about what the heck is going on with the House …
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Paula Pant is the creator and host of the Afford Anything podcast. She is also a writer, speaker, and media commentator on financial independence, real estate investing, money management, and financial literacy. Today Paula joins us to dive deep into the world of scams, particularly focusing on the elderly. We explore why scams are so convincing, a…
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What a Creep“Coyote V. Acme Controversy” Season 24, Episode 4 In February 1980, The New Yorker magazine published a satire called "Coyote V. Acme" written by Ian Frazier. The story was about Wile E. Coyote suing Acme, the company that supplied him with the equipment he used to try and catch the Road Runner, for all his injuries over the years. In 1…
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Lauren Beltz is an engineer turned personal finance enthusiast who shares her insights on budgeting and financial independence with Bill and Becky. The three discuss topics such as the role of contentment in personal finance, necessity of an emergency fund and insurance, and tips for successful budgeting. They also touch on the concept of zero-base…
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What a Creep Libs of TikTok Season 24, Episode 2 Libs of TikTok is a far-right social media account run by Chaya Raichik. Basically, its whole schtick is adding hateful commentary to content created by left-wing and LGBTQ+ people on social media platforms. Libs of TikTok has been blamed for sparking bomb threats, property damage, shooting threats, …
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