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that transfer your balance over, peter. that way you can work on that without paying interest for let's say 1 or 18 months. >> pete: is that usually a temporary zero percent because you have to be inside the window of paying it. >> exactly 12 months 18 months. that gives you a window of opportunity to really whittle away at that balance. don't just make the minimum payments indentured servant to the credit card company the reps of your life. throw as much as we can of that if you have been a good customer of your credit card. give them a call and ask for a lower rate. chances are they there might be another product they can put new with a lower interest rate. >> pete: that can actually work. you can call them and sometimes they will consider it? >> sure. absolutely. why not especially if they want to keep you as a client. they used to have this in the old days. cash. every once in a while can you find it. studies show consumers spend less when you and i use cash. so how about a cash diet for 2023 along with your crash diet.

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FOX and Friends-20211231-11:55:00

>> really hard especially if you get a text message from a retailer supplies are limited only five left. do it now. i get it i remember those days. but, also, remember up if you panic buy across the board it can bust your budget. take a second, take a pause if you really need the things you are about to buy. also take a moment, do a quick google search. shop around, see what retailer has the best price for you. also, if you are in the store, ask for a discount and also in this environment, inflation, consider substituting. you may not need that exact item. you can probably get something similar for cheaper. kayleigh: yeah, you mentioned not tracking your spending dollar for dollar. you analogize it to crash diet. >> crash diets don't work for most people. really stressful and time consuming. instead of tracking your spending, automatically transfer all the amounts to fixed bill each month like rent, mortgage,

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Gutfeld

>> greg: exactly brita water purifier. so what you are telling me is disney lied to me going out. i thought when you went into the woods they were all these butterflies that would land on your head. they are not going to be your friends, that not going to do your chores. geico was actually good when they showed the water -- the woman ends up falling. same thing in the woods. if you follow a little birdie, bear is going to get you. >> greg: bear attacks are very rare. i read that in the paper. >> because you don't get in the forest much. i guarantee a bear would attack you. >> greg: not my kind of bear. >> i knew it. >> greg: you know how i would do it, i would survive the wilderness by sleeping through it. i think i could sleep through just about anything. just like lying down a new sleep. >> next to the forest? >> greg: i would cover myself in leaves and i would pretend i'm on a crash diet.

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Dateline-20191208-07:37:00

altmans to help him learn more about what life behind bars would be like for him. >> he thought that if we got to know the ins and outs that maybe it would be easier for him once he was on the inside. >> reporter: he worried about how he'd hear his favorite music, for example. >> he was trying to find out if maybe there was a radio station he could buy so that if he were in jail he could have music that he liked. >> reporter: bob knew his chances of acquittal depended in large part on winning the jury's sympathy. so for that he went on a crash diet. >> bob was trying to use every way within his power to look frail when he was on trial in galveston. >> reporter: he also went to considerable trouble to practice his testimony as presiding judge susan criss learned later from recordings taped in the jail. >> he had his wife and friend smuggle a little cassette tape recorder into the jail. he would practice his testimony, sneak the tapes back to them, and then discuss with them

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Dateline-20190908-08:37:00

know the ins and outs, that maybe it would be easier for him once he was on the inside. >> reporter: he worried about how he'd hear his favorite music, for example. >> he was trying to find out if maybe there was a radio station he could buy so that if he were in jail, he could have music that he liked. >> reporter: bob knew his chances of acquittal depended, in large part, on winning the jury's sympathy. so for that, he went on a crash diet. >> bob was trying to use every way within his power to look frail when he was on trial in galveston. >> reporter: he also went to considerable trouble to practice his testimony, as presiding judge susan criss learned later from recordings taped in the jail. >> he had his wife and friend smuggle a little cassette tape recorder into the jail. he would practice his testimony, sneak the tapes back to them, and then discuss with them whether or not he sounded believable with the story that he was telling.

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Detailed text transcripts for TV channel - MSNBC - 20190526:07:37:00

>> he thought that if we got to know the ins and outs that maybe it would be easier for him once he was on the inside. >> reporter: he worried about how he'd hear his favorite music, for example. >> he was trying to find out if maybe there was a radio station he could buy so that if he were in jail he could have music that he liked. >> reporter: bob knew his chances of acquittal depended in large part on winning the jury's sympathy. so for that he went on a crash diet. >> bob was trying to use every way within his power to look frail when he was on trial in galveston. >> reporter: he also went to considerable trouble to practice his testimony as presiding judge susan criss learned later from recordings taped in the jail. >> he had his wife and friend smuggle a little cassette tape recorder into the jail. he would practice his testimony, sneak the tapes back to them, and then discuss with them whether or not he sounded believable with the story that he was telling.

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Detailed text transcripts for TV channel - MSNBC - 20190211:06:37:00

would be like for him. >> he thought that if we got to know the ins and outs that maybe it would be easier for him once he was on the inside. >> reporter: he worried about how he'd hear his favorite music, for example. >> he was trying to find out if maybe there was a radio station he could buy so that if he were in jail he could have music that he liked. >> reporter: bob knew his chances of acquittal depended in large part on winning the jury's sympathy. so for that he went on a crash diet. >> bob was trying to use every way within his power to look frail when he was on trial in galveston. >> reporter: he also went to considerable trouble to practice his testimony as presiding judge susan criss learned later from recordings taped in the jail. >> he had his wife and friend smuggle a little cassette tape recorder into the jail. he would practice his testimony, sneak the tapes back to them, and then discuss with them

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