35 Burst results for "$50"

93: Find What Tickles the Soul - burst 03

How to Live A Fantastic Life

07:59 min | 2 d ago

93: Find What Tickles the Soul - burst 03

"I think a lot of I think a lot of the, you know, at a certain point, I think we reach a place where, you know, listen, I don't need any more character. Life can take it easy on me now. And so I think I had a lot of the grit again just rural Tennessee and especially rural Tennessee where I was, I mean, I wasn't in the absolute deep, deep, deep, deep, deep Woods, but in the 70s and Tennessee where I was out by Hendersonville and gallatin, not like it is today. There was not a whole lot around. So I had quite a bit of what we would call character building and grid just growing up in a single parent home. By the time I got to Los Angeles, the LA part was just trying to build a career in an exceedingly difficult profession where I didn't have I didn't have any nepotism. I didn't have anything, I didn't show up here with anything on my side for lack of a better phrase. Yeah. Well, national was a totally different city back then in the 70s than it is now. I mean now it's the home and hard of a lot of productions, both movies and radio and television. That was not happening way back then in the same way. Now it's Nash Vegas. First of all, it's the number one bachelorette weekend destination in the south. It's number one, even more so than Atlanta. And number two, I mean, yeah, my mother was a country singer, but there's a very famous train station Alan in Nashville called union station that actually country songs have been written about it. It's beautiful. They refurbished it. When I was in high school, it was boarded up in dilapidated. So yeah, you didn't go past, you didn't go past 20th or 21st street towards first street to downtown. When I was a kid or you were looking for trouble and that would be just past Vanderbilt. So it's a very different city now, yes. Yeah. As I say right now, I mean to Nashville and there are many areas that you would stay out of. I mean, it's a totally grown up city and it's safe. It's prosperous. It's really become uptown. Whereas it used to be a hole to begin with. You are correct. There were distinctly places you did not go. That is correct. And now it is. It's just, it's just blown up in the last 15, 20 years. Unbelievable. Yeah. For sure. So do you remember any stories along the way that you can tell the audience? About that journey? Several of them depends on which ones we can allow on air. No, I think we, when we tend to use the word journey, doctor leica, we, a lot of times, as a country that we're very result oriented and I respectfully understand that certainly as an athlete, your result oriented, taking tests where result oriented, and so when we look at journeys, sometimes we wind up just looking at the end of like, oh my gosh, that person is so and so they've gotten to it doesn't matter what industry it is. And so when I tend to look at some of those years, I tend to look back at some of the moments when I should have looked at myself and gone, what the hell are you doing? And one of the key ones for me would have been what I chose to go to Atlanta for two years. I won an event in New York. And I could have gone to New York, but similarly, New York back then, Manhattan back then is not the Manhattan you see today. I mean, people who have not seen Times Square from a perspective of the early 80s to where it is today, Times Square was a place after one or 2 o'clock in the morning, you would just get killed. And so I had been there and for this event and as a guy who grew up in the rural south and who also was a golfer, I didn't really see myself hanging out in Manhattan trying to haul my sticks on the subway somewhere to go play golf. So I chose Atlanta, but I also went to Atlanta with a very old car, $200 in my pocket, and the only person that knew I was coming was the gal who was to be my agent. So I had to I slept in my car for three days in this abandoned Sears parking lot. That is in really upscale Buckhead at the time. It was just this big abandoned building. And it was kind of downhill and there was behind the building thing and I thought, oh, that seems safe. And I literally slept in my car for three days, and then my agent had a client that was in the catering business. And she had a couple of kids that they had moved out. She was an empty nester. And she was kind of a whack a doodle. She might have been kind of a functioning alcoholic. She was funny. And she didn't live that far down peachtree. And I rented a room from her for $50 a week. For about 6 or 7 months and then one of her neighbors was a lawyer and he knew somebody who worked at this really fancy restaurant downtown and he helped get me a job. And once I had a job for 6 or 7 months, I had enough money to finally move out and get my own place. So that's the beginning of a journey right there. That is the beginning of a journey and how did you get motivated? A lot of things were stacked against you. You know, a lot of things, you know how many actors try and never meet their dreams. How did you stay motivated during that process? You know, that becomes the intriguing part about that question for me, which ironically, I've asked a number of people on my own myself. Is we get into the we go the direction in my opinion of nature versus nurture. And I'm someone who believes, I don't think that it's 50 50 personally as a guy who was almost a psychology double major. I do believe we're a little more nurture than we are in nature personally. I think our environment of how we grow up has a little bit longer lasting effect on us and maybe the nature part of us remains a little more a little more hidden, but not always. I think that the way I grew up with just a sister and a mother who was not home very much and was sort of a latchkey kid who learned a lot on his own and had to grow up pretty fast. I think there was just a nurtured part of me that quitting wasn't really in my vocabulary. I don't know if you want to put words to something like that such as stubborn or cocky or defiant or I don't know. It doesn't much really matter. Even just going to the event that I went to in New York that I won, we didn't have any money for me to go to that. I literally had to go around and raise the money to be able to even go on that trip and when I wanted and that's a trophy that sits right

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Elon Musk Secures $7B in Outside Funding for Twitter Takeover

The Trish Regan Show

01:08 min | 2 weeks ago

Elon Musk Secures $7B in Outside Funding for Twitter Takeover

"Okay, the other thing that did well today in Thursday's trading was actually shares of Twitter and the reason for this is because Elon Musk has managed to secure more funding as I assume he'd be able to. Interestingly, he's got some interesting characters. A Saudi prince, Larry Ellison, a total 19 investors are now involved in this project. He raised 7 just over $7 billion, the stock traded up 2.6% ending the day at $50 36 cents a share, so not quite at the 54 20 yet, but he's getting there. And what you'll find is as we get closer and closer to the deal closing, indeed, Twitter will be trading at 54 20. So it's a good sign for Elon Musk for those that me who believe in our freedom of speech and think that he'll do a pretty decent job helping to ensure that in innovative ways, let's face it, we need some innovation within the social media space, it's good news to see that that deal is more likely to be closed.

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Elon Musk Reaches Deal to Buy Twitter

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:12 min | 3 weeks ago

Elon Musk Reaches Deal to Buy Twitter

"I'll be honest, I was cynical. I was very cynical leading into this. I was skeptical and cynical, I should say. To think that Elon Musk would be able to pull off a purchase of Twitter, seemed impossible. Albeit almost just incomprehensible. You see, we have grown conditioned to believe that the ruling class, the people in charge of our country, the elites, their largely untouchable. There's very little we could do to actually challenge their power. In fact, I was asked a question last week at university to Wisconsin Milwaukee with Candace Owens. And we both kind of had the attitude that it's very unlikely that Elon Musk will be able to pull this off. That Elon Musk, despite being the world's richest man, will be met with poison pill measures and backlash at every turn that Elon Musk will, despite having more money and more access to capital, he will struggle to be able to navigate the kind of deep state tactics of corporate America. But today, even though we've been very skeptical, it looks like this is more likely than not to happen. Twitter shares jump today on reports the company is nearing a deal with Elon Musk that could be announced as soon as today. Twitter's board met with Sunday to discuss Musk's financing plan for his proposed bid. The board negotiated with Musk into the early hours of Monday, according to The New York Times, their investment bankers are telling the Twitter board like you better look at this deal very carefully and closely because it is way overvalued way over what the company is actually valued at, which is closer to $30 a share. Musk is offering, I think, 42 to 43 to $44 a share upwards of $50 a share. The lawsuits, the backlash would have been overwhelming. And Twitter is left with really no choice. They would have been slammed with fiduciary complaints. I would have joined it as well as I own two shares of Twitter in case this goes to a tender offer. I want to be able to vote for Elon's takeover. And it looks like this deal could get

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"$50" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

02:32 min | Last month

"$50" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"What it be in welcome to another episode of the trivia with buds, podcast, I'm your host Ryan buds. And it's not exactly an episode. It's more of a bonus fun announcement where you actually get to play the trivia and earn points using the crowd per system that I use for all my trivia hosting events. What I want you to do is go to crowd dot live and enter the code buds pod POD and it'll ask you a couple of questions and you'll be off to the races. Now, you'll have 20 seconds to answer every question and the quicker you buzz in, the more points you get out of a hundred if you are correct. So if you buzz in in one second, that's like 95 out of a hundred points, but you can score anywhere between zero and a hundred and it's down to the millisecond and it's very accurate. So you only get points when you're right. If you get the question wrong, you just don't get points on that question. When you get to question number 15, it's a final jeopardy style question. It's called the wagering question, and you'll take all the points you've earned so far and you can wager some none or all of them on the final question. And there will be a hint about what that question is about since these are totally random questions. So look for the hint. You'll have 15 seconds to place the wager, and then you'll be able to answer that last question. They're all multiple choice, and again, the quicker you buzz in, the more points you get. Whoever has the highest score at the end of this week from Saturday, April 16th, is it? Let's see, 13, 14, 15. Yeah, 16th to the 23rd of April. We'll have this contest run the whole week and whoever is in the top spot at the end of that week will get a $50 gas card to a gas station of their choice. I was going to do an Amazon gift card and then my wife was like, why don't you do gas? Everyone's complaining about gas and I'm like, oh, that's a good point. So that's what we're gonna do. There's a couple of questions that'll ask you when you go to sign in and that's just fun stuff like something you want to hear on the podcast. If you have a party or an event coming up and your email address so I can contact you the next time we do something like this. And I don't think I've ever done a crowd per quiz specifically for podcast listeners. So this is a first time thing. If you like it, drop me a line on social media at Ryan buds or email Ryan buds Gmail dot com and let me know what you thought of the questions. The quiz, the style of gameplay, all that good stuff. We're gonna keep it nice and short for this quick little bonus sort of episode. Go have fun and all the information that I just said is also in the show notes on whatever device you're listening on, just go to the show notes on that app and you can read all that stuff and find that address..

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The Real Economic Cost of Illegal Migrants

The Trish Regan Show

00:52 sec | Last month

The Real Economic Cost of Illegal Migrants

"Getting back to Texas and the reason why they're sending people in buses to Capitol Hill and want to effectively redistribute these immigrants all over the country as we see an end to title 42 is because they have to absorb the economic burdens, meaning the cost of services, whether that be via education, whether that be healthcare, whether that be even in policing, communities, as such, this professor there from the Kennedy school of government makes the point that that $50 billion that it's costing the economy and just actual assistance is actually a far larger number. Born here actually translate into a half $1 trillion loss for our economy every year. Now that's a much bigger number. And so when you talk about it in those ways, I mean, I just think that the left has to be realistic about this.

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How Attorney Marina Medvin Beat the System in a January 6 Case

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:12 min | Last month

How Attorney Marina Medvin Beat the System in a January 6 Case

"Guys, Marina madman is a heroine of mine. She is a nationally recognized criminal defense lawyer. She's been doing terrific work in defending some of the January 6 protesters. And I'm delighted to welcome her back to the podcast. Marina, good to see you again. How are you doing? You must be feeling not too bad because of the outcome in the case of Jenny kud. Say a little bit about the case and then let's talk about what the judge said and how you basically, well, kind of beat the system with this one. Well, thank you very much for having me on and once again. And yes, we're very happy with the outcome in the Jenny cut case. We do believe there was an equitable outcome all things considered. The bank probably the most fair outcome would have been a $50 fine, but that's besides the point, as far as these cases are concerned, it is a fair outcome. The Jenny cut case was interesting because we relied on a lot of independent conservative media reports of the Portland cases and the Seattle cases to piece together dismissals that take place in Portland and Seattle. And to review briefs that were filed in those jurisdictions by the DoJ and how the DoJ characterized the conduct of antifa and BLM on those days. And we use the government's own words against them. We looked at how much praise they gave to the protesters in Portland and praised to the protesters and Seattle, and we compare that to the disparaging remarks made about the protesters in D.C. in January 6th, the conservative protesters. And we were able to show a true disparity between the two types of cases. And as far as how the individuals were being treated, you had individuals committing felonies, victimizing police officers causing injuries, and the DoJ dismissing those charges against those individuals without explanation. We can only presume with political motivation because there is no explanation for why.

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Daylight Saving Time (MM #4013)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Daylight Saving Time (MM #4013)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. About this time every year, people complain about the clocks because we spring forward one hour for daylight saving time. We love it in the summer months, but our bodies hate adjusting to the clock. But I remember back in the day, when we didn't switch for daylight saving time. In fact, if you've heard the news, the Senate has passed a bill to impart permanent daylight saving time. That won't happen until next year. So in theory, we'll fall back in the fall, then spring forward next year and then be done in the clock will never change again. The one problem, it was tried in the past. Back in 1973 74, we leaped forward to daylight saving time and the clock didn't change, and come January of 74. I was walking to junior high school in the pitch black, because the sun didn't come up till after 7 o'clock. By August of that year, we'd gone back to standard time and daylight saving time, because the experiment didn't work. Well, here we are almost 50 years later, and we're going to try it again. I can't tell you what's right or what's wrong. Which time we should be on. But the one thing my body can't keep switching the clock, because I need my sleep. I'm getting old.

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Daylight Saving Time (MM #4013)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Daylight Saving Time (MM #4013)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. About this time every year, people complain about the clocks because we spring forward one hour for daylight saving time. We love it in the summer months, but our bodies hate adjusting to the clock. But I remember back in the day, when we didn't switch for daylight saving time. In fact, if you've heard the news, the Senate has passed a bill to impart permanent daylight saving time. That won't happen until next year. So in theory, we'll fall back in the fall, then spring forward next year and then be done in the clock will never change again. The one problem, it was tried in the past. Back in 1973 74, we leaped forward to daylight saving time and the clock didn't change, and come January of 74. I was walking to junior high school in the pitch black, because the sun didn't come up till after 7 o'clock. By August of that year, we'd gone back to standard time and daylight saving time, because the experiment didn't work. Well, here we are almost 50 years later, and we're going to try it again. I can't tell you what's right or what's wrong. Which time we should be on. But the one thing my body can't keep switching the clock, because I need my sleep. I'm getting old.

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Daylight Saving Time (MM #4013)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Daylight Saving Time (MM #4013)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. About this time every year, people complain about the clocks because we spring forward one hour for daylight saving time. We love it in the summer months, but our bodies hate adjusting to the clock. But I remember back in the day, when we didn't switch for daylight saving time. In fact, if you've heard the news, the Senate has passed a bill to impart permanent daylight saving time. That won't happen until next year. So in theory, we'll fall back in the fall, then spring forward next year and then be done in the clock will never change again. The one problem, it was tried in the past. Back in 1973 74, we leaped forward to daylight saving time and the clock didn't change, and come January of 74. I was walking to junior high school in the pitch black, because the sun didn't come up till after 7 o'clock. By August of that year, we'd gone back to standard time and daylight saving time, because the experiment didn't work. Well, here we are almost 50 years later, and we're going to try it again. I can't tell you what's right or what's wrong. Which time we should be on. But the one thing my body can't keep switching the clock, because I need my sleep. I'm getting old.

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If You Don't Trust Mark Milley, Why Would You Make Him More Powerful?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | 2 months ago

If You Don't Trust Mark Milley, Why Would You Make Him More Powerful?

"You don't trust Mark milley, why would you make Mark milley more powerful? And that's really what we're talking about here. Mark milley Lloyd Austin are the big winners in this entire equation. So if you don't like that Mark milley testified in front of Congress saying that white rage is the greatest threat in our military, the greatest threat to national security. If you support Ukrainian intervention, he's your player, whether you like it or not. He's on the roster. You got to deal with the roster that you have in front of you. That should be part of your calculus and your decision. If you don't like what's happening in Ukraine, no one likes what's happening in Ukraine. So then what do you want to do? What do you do about it? Do you want an escalated conflict? Are we willing or able to be able to engage in that? Let me read another email here. Hi Charlie, I'm a 66 year old retired police officer and was once an enthusiastic supporter of yours. Therefore, it pains me to say goodbye to you forever. Okay. Your characterization of those over 50 is being warmongers and neocons are simply because our desire to defend a sovereign country against evil, murdering despot is not only insulting, but erroneous as well. First of all, I didn't say that. It's ridiculous. I said that over 50 tens to want more military intervention than under 30. And I said that's a generalization, but it's not a rule, whatever. He said, quote, if Russian warships or submarines parked off the coast of Florida, started lobbing shells around your condo in Florida, killing innocent people, wouldn't you want someone with the power to come and defend you to your aid? Of course I'd like that. We also have a United States military to try to prevent against that. That's not the point. I'm sure the Ukrainian people want support. I'm sure the Yemenis people want support. I'm sure the Nigerians in Africa who are being slaughtered once support. I'm sure the Iranian people want support. There's a lot of corners of the world where we can make arguments for military intervention.

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Post Millennial: Rabbi Who Spent 5 Minutes Inside Capitol on Jan. 6 Setenced to Confinement and Probation

Mark Levin

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Post Millennial: Rabbi Who Spent 5 Minutes Inside Capitol on Jan. 6 Setenced to Confinement and Probation

"And so at post millennial went another great sight Just another example of what's been taking place here The headline is rabbi who spent 5 minutes inside capital on January 6th sentenced to confinement and probation Last Thursday 56 year old rabbi Michael steppe was sent to two months of home confinement in 60 hours of community service As the terms of a yearlong probation over his involvement in last year's capitol riot they write The rabbis legal counsel had requested that he received a $50 fine Instead the defendant faces a fine of $742 with an additional $500 restitution as well as what I already said 60 hours excuse me 60 days of home confinement and 60 hours of community service

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Is It Time to Publicly Finance Our Elections? Rep. Matt Gaetz Shares His Thoughts

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | 4 months ago

Is It Time to Publicly Finance Our Elections? Rep. Matt Gaetz Shares His Thoughts

"I'm not supportive of this. I'm open minded to it. I see upsides and downsides. Is it time to publicly finance our elections? I am not a fan of that because I don't believe that taxpayers think that money should be like taken from them involuntarily to fund the ambitions of politicians. And I don't think it's necessary. I am regularly one of the top fundraisers in the Congress, and I don't believe I've asked anyone for a check in four years. And it's because in the mail and online, people give 25 $50. Donald Trump revolutionized revolutionized small dollar giving on the Republican side. It was really something that didn't exist on the Republican side. So you would cap the limit maybe, you'd say like, hey, a $1000 limit. No PAC money. I'm trying to think how I want to publicly shame the people that I know. But let's be honest, what from a policy standpoint needs to change, right? Because it's an attitude that has to change. Because you're not going to get the policy change otherwise, Charlie. They're not going to do it. They are so addicted to that pack and special interest money. And it is gross. Well, let's walk through how it works, right? So you have like Citibank, the city bank can't give money to a politician, but they can start a pack. And so city bank can give a bunch of money in the pack and give you like 10,000 bucks or whatever. But then also Citibank can hire lobbyists and then those lobbyists can write personal checks. And then that's right. And then they can hire lobbyist firms. And the lobbyists firms can do fundraisers for you with other and then the firms have their own firm payment. That's exactly their clients because that's another flow. And then they can give to the national Republican congressional committee. Which leadership fund, which is give you credit for it. Hey, I'm going to go to the Republican Party and I'm going to write a $10,000 check. And I want that to be credited to my good friend, congressman Gates, congressman, whom. And then they could also go to the super pacs that are created outside of the orbit and write a $5 million check. Is that correct? Yeah. But you know, you know what my approach is? Bring it

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October WSJ Article: 'San Francisco Has Become a Shoplifter’s Paradise'

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 6 months ago

October WSJ Article: 'San Francisco Has Become a Shoplifter’s Paradise'

"So a couple Jason Riley from Wall Street Journal last month October he wrote a piece out how San Francisco has become a shoplifter Paradise Thefts under $950 are effectively decriminalized Okay now you can get a lot of stuff under a 150 bucks I don't know if you've noticed lately TVs are way under $950 I'm not saying they're like the greatest TVs Or they have all the great features But you can a 100% get a big flat screen TV for well under $950 So now if you shoplift TV because you're part of looting or grab and go or fun and games where everyone call you get a TV and it's under 9 $50 you basically you won't get prosecuted They're gonna let you go Why Because they have now this ridiculous idea Prop 47 California bout initiative theft of less than $950 in goods is treated as a nonviolent misdemeanor and rarely prosecuted So stores don't want to get sued they tell people we don't even do it anymore But now when you've got marauding mobs of people going in and stealing things all at once because they're organizing on social media and they're going hey let's meet up at target at 7 o'clock and we'll all go in at the same time and just overwhelm them Four men on Wednesday in California and Santa Rosa fled with $20,000 of merchandise from Apple store In San Jose $40,000 of items were stolen from a Lululemon store That's right they're even stealing yoga pants now I thought yoga pants were so sacred that nobody would ever want to steal them I just know there's certain things in our society that we just don't touch Yoga pants being among those things But clearly not they went and grabbed those as well In Chicago they stole over what I mean how much was it in Chicago now Can I go $25,000 at a village shopping center It's happening all across the country And so now what's happening is employees are quitting as a turning around saying I don't want to deal with this Why would

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"$50" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

02:04 min | 6 months ago

"$50" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Brought to you by audible. Elon Musk's net worth has plunged $50 billion in two days by Sophie Alexander. Bloomberg. Elon Musk has lost $50 billion so far this week. After Tesla shares plunged for the second day in a row. It's the biggest two day decline in the history of the Bloomberg billionaires index and the biggest one day fall after Jeff Bezos $36 billion plunge following his divorce from MacKenzie Scott in 2019. Tesla's route comes amid a tumultuous few days for the automaker. It started when Musk asked his Twitter followers over the weekend, whether he should sell 10% of his stake in the company, followed by news that his brother Kimball sold shares just before the poll, capping it off was an insider report Tuesday morning on Michael Burry, the investor made famous by the movie the big short, saying Musk may want to sell shares to cover his personal debts. The Trump narrows Musk's lead over Bezos as the world's richest person to $83 billion. Musk surpassed the Amazon.com founder for the title for the first time in January and the gulf between the two recently rifted as wide as $143 billion. A figure greater than the net worth of Bill Gates, the world's fourth richest person. Cathy Woods ark investment management, whose funds have been selling shares in Tesla over the past few months, lost more than $750 million in Tuesday's sell off while Oracle corp founder Larry Ellison, the company's second largest individual shareholder lost $2.1 billion. Despite the slump Musk's fortune is still up 70% this year, thanks to Tesla's gains on the back of strong earnings growth. And delivery numbers and a higher valuation for SpaceX. Tesla's market capitalization has stayed above $1 trillion of benchmark hit last month after its third quarter results significantly beat market expectations and rental car company hurts global holdings placed in.

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"$50" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

Joey's Totally Tech

02:12 min | 7 months ago

"$50" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

"Been joey. Cabell dantonio garra. You've been listening to joey. Totally tech your tech podcast and we will catch you next time if only number two.

"$50" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

Joey's Totally Tech

07:29 min | 7 months ago

"$50" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

"You got the amazon up there so it wants to take a look at it. They can do their own research. Then you now. If they decide to something that an enriched lives they can decide percocet. Yeah and it's a fun system. Like i said the am be are backwards. Something you got to you okay. Moving on to the last of the fifty dollar in under gift ideas all right. We have the e x n awarded mouse. Adapter video game usb converter essentially allows you to use a mouse and keyboard. Play your a. Ps three ps four xbox one and then to switch those types in game consoles you know if you are a pc gamer. that does like the game on consoles. you know. He boarded mouse. Set up to something that you can use in order to convert your mouth setup used for your council that's awesome. I know there's a lot of people out there. That partee of parsons shooters with aboard a mouse. The mona console controller as phyllis natural though. I think there's something called amos that helps you in. A lot of those games is that not looks like a product that who won't have a bit of an advantage on the first person shooters early the other games to where sit at not board yet i to console right. Yeah probably had. This is only thirty. Four ninety nine so at something into a shot at definitely all right. The you have some pc gift ideas for us. Yes first of all. Of course. i've got a triple auditor amount but a lot of people are. You won't go that far. You know so in my won't elbow monitor mount for your c right. I've got the wally premium dole. Lcd monitor desk. Mount fully. Adjustable gas spring stan. That can display up to thirty two inches See has a seventeen point. Six pound weight capacity. Something you've a mind. You don't wanna put screen. That's heavier than that on. A definitely fully adjustable. I have one that similar minus triple monitor. So yeah that doesn't under fifty dollars. Though it's fifty four. Ninety nine was under fifty dollars. When i looked at the other day. Okay well i guess inflation so all right. This just changed because that was forty nine ninety nine yesterday when i looked at it interesting. Okay thanks for me up amazon. Looks like it's going to be four items sub over fifty dollars so it's going hats on the up law extra cash for this that they really want to get on pry. They could probably do it right. Yeah probably all right. So the zaphon. Desktop printer stan. It's a two tier printer. Stand so you can play like your brenner on top of it as a shell from the bottom where maybe your paper or psa bucks you know. The sub ice scott little ape arstan underneath this photo here are not underneath a photo underneath the printer and other examples. I think i saw with books under their you up bucks on our purcell. Looks like as books under there are swan. Looks blank to be on this. But i think yesterday the first one did have books on their assault. Okay well people can use their imaginations. I mean they don't shelf looks like right right right. I mean they see the shelf on the live stream but the bugs there. If you want as long as they're not large you know understand what our can we say right. You gotta have it right here on the floor. I liked the two shelves there. So you can so many of us are streaming out like doing streams with game or we might be doing to. All's is in skype anything that's going to require a microphone in you want to sound at our than your laptops bilton mike or if you have a desktop you might not have a mic right. So this Usb microphone and arm kit molyneaux As a great deal here forty nine. Ninety nine test under fifty dollars has not changed since yesterday. Thank you amazon. A so. so a cardi. Oi pauly or pattern on the microphone. Does a condenser microphone. So keep in mind. If you're looking for professional sound immi- waltz. Have your room treated that. If you're not -cerned about that then it's fine. You know if you just want to have a that are sound. You one trick. That's our microphones. Get close to the microphone. That helps It sound better and you don't hear as much background noise a lotta times of that. Let's waltrip right though. Yeah that's Shawl sound chips. That does a hundred ninety two kilohertz twenty four bit audio plug and play of course works with even lennox When does back you know doll. Work there See anything else. I should mention that of this Got a boom arm set with a helter. An foam windscreen. Though you know you can choose between op filter in front of your mic or the windscreen. So no time. Second of fact sam. Okay yeah compatible with all operating systems. I think that's great. Are you a great begin. Our mike if you're just getting into the streaming specifically but just If you want to have something that's other than your aren't mike.

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"$50" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

Joey's Totally Tech

07:53 min | 7 months ago

"$50" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

"Welcome back to. Joey's totally tech your tech. I'd cast so i'm Phone lbs right now and For the livestream. Burke going to switch to the screen via so that we could see. What's on the screen here in tonio. I know you can't see it but we're going to talk about the gifts that you mentioned. I and i need to re size you just a little bit of. Yes all right. We'll be ass again but that no not present on skype. It's and ob esus. You just got to keep it going. Sorry sorry to the people watching the livestream apologize shut. The first one is the white card bedrest math or card car address mouth silicon holder for a nintendo switch and other tablets. Elyssa bet about them all right. Well shirt. They can see the product right now or Those watching the live stream. Of course they can but Those watching or listening and the audio this coming. Monday won't be able to see it. Asha potentially it's like us. We'll leave a fifth round. Your head rests in your car and someone sitting behind. You can put like a small tablet or nintendo switch screen in their se- now they can gain or no watch. Tv steaming whatever more comfortably but in the backseat. Now near the holidays. People are traveling bunch of unruly kids tv voice. Happy eighty four. You okay what do you think you think it'd be a good gift for someone. definitely I mean our nintendo switch player myself up. I think it's great for the intendo switch. Aamer or abbot gamer. Or maybe got yet tablet game earth. His in a game pad. I not as good a third. Use it the screen for the that self but now they can always take it out right of course Gaffer watching movies on a tablet at bay. And i liked up all right all right. Good gift that. I found or under fifty bucks just the rotor riot. Emphasize certified gamepad controller for the ios phone. Though for your showing that now essentially you can connect looks like an xbox controller breaking these other controllers to but but essentially what happens is it's a out attached to your controller trawler itself from what i'm seeing it's the it's the xbox style chore. Oh okay yeah i. It looks like an anti control. So yeah mistake. It is a controller shifts like an xbox controller with amount on it that way you can play a issue more complicated mobile games with a control. If you so choose for example Weeks ago i was in the irs and castledine symphony of the night for dollars down. The on screen will depress. You know they're not the most responsive you don't have that tactile feeling of pressing buttons. This'll deal to play. But you know if. I had something like this. I'm not going to spend forty nine ninety five so i can play a four dollar half but now if you are someone that does enjoy aiming on your mobile device. They'd be something you might consider yourself or if you know someone else as a gift awesome. Yeah i actually have something similar to this myself. And i played a few games with it on my android phone. That's pretty cool. The exact same thing. But hey this i get some better quality than right. Awesome all right so moving on to the next gift you have here the day. Ns vision blue light shield computer slash gaming glasses. This is some of that. I have last is that we're now because i work with peter all day by paid for like blue blocker lenses. Guess blue light that comes through. The screen is bad for you. But if you're doing a lot of gaming or during us screens in general if you don't have to worry prescription that you can get lou. Blockers lenses with this is another alternative is basically like on prescription glasses but you can wear them. You know to help block the blue light. That's the screen. Endear is something that might be into. You look at screens a lot. Oh yeah definitely In one of the as she is. I have this with a t after awhile. Nice something about The fatigue there. And i can't find it now but okay so that would probably be really good for me. Honestly i'm just going to display the chirs. Because i did not get around to that. People a swarming with the glasses on their moving onto the next one. I actually thought they'd similar to this to yourself. All the gadgets. Don't you saw the fourth gift idea for fifty dollars. Is the game. Console case for iphone was essentially a small type video game. It's actually working video game as thirty six small games. Full color display shocked with video game case incomes for most of the iphones between x in from the six to the eleven serey. And are you there antonia. I have lost dantonio. All right there you are. I don't know some weird was going on it. Just kind of froze up. I heard a beep and now you're back right back a little bit so this case fits it. Looks like the series of most iphones from the x. To the eleven series. So if you were someone you know has in the books wretches style gaming on the go on the back of your iphone. David is something you might be interested. Right one of the things about this. And i i have a so more items to this because am be buttons are reverse. So that's something that the person has received this bill had to get used to Okay i assume that's probably the case with us if it's made by the same people don't know about that from what i can see Trying to look it shouldn't now what by that were heard a lot by selling it or that's the band don't think mine was sparked by. I was off for amazon..

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"$50" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

Joey's Totally Tech

04:04 min | 7 months ago

"$50" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

"I was not an alien alienist he also. It's two d.'s. Back to back. Yeah yeah that's interesting to pass this one. I don't think i'm familiar with us k. O. r. definitely pass a. I've lost track of the letters last letter. Eight answer was king dora. Okay and did you see the nude adila movies. And i haven't really watched godzilla. Billy's share some godzilla. Seems stuff. But i know anything about this characters.

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"$50" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

Joey's Totally Tech

05:48 min | 7 months ago

"$50" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

"Joey's totally tat well to joey. Totally tech. I'm your host joey k. Goal and your host antonio garra antonia antonia. I can't talk gosh. Tonio hauser week then busy at work. No birkin home mostly. I'll let you all right awesome. I've been.

"$50" Discussed on Between Branches

Between Branches

02:32 min | 8 months ago

"$50" Discussed on Between Branches

"America. Just like yourself today. We're going to focus on cds and no not the type that plays music but rather the investments certificate deposits something that many of our clients own and seemed to collect year after year. Today is october first and you may or may not know this but the month of october represents the largest renewal of cds in the united states. One of the main reasons for this is that many people place their tax returns. And he's six months cd in april and have the renewal in october and as a banking professional. This creates a tremendous year. End opportunity for you looking across the landscape right now. A simple google search for the best five-year cd rate yielded and interest rate of one point. One five percent from a california base credit union and at the moment the average five year fixed annuity with a strong financial rating is hovering around the two point. Two five percent mark for years bank customers have gravitated and clung onto cd's for safety and guaranteed interest and because of this an additional one point one percent may not move the needle for them. If you bring up another safe-money alternative so for these clients. I have an exercise for you. Let's look at a fifty thousand dollar investment. Your client is being the five-year cd rate. at one. point one five percent and your bank has a five year fixed. Annuity offering what they highly rated insurance company. At two point two five percent the additional one point one percent difference each year equates to roughly three thousand dollars in additional interest over the five year term if break this down even further. That's about fifty dollars a month. This is where you turn your client and ask them. If you were walking across a parking lot and cy fifty dollar bill lying on the ground would you pick it up. The obvious answer to that would be of course. Yes so by choosing these cd over the annuity. It would be the equivalent of seaney fifty dollar bill in the ground and walking past it once a month for five years. Now that's impactful. It's also simple easy to communicate and something you can implement today in throughout the month almost sixty three million americans own a cd at a bank which is approximately twenty percent of the entire population and of those sixty three million. Almost half of them own multiple cds remember. October is seedier knew a month. So best of luck out there and take advantage of.

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Biden Admin Withholds Millions of Aid for Hospitals Treating COVID Patients

Mark Levin

02:02 min | 9 months ago

Biden Admin Withholds Millions of Aid for Hospitals Treating COVID Patients

"Hospitals bulge again with Covid 19 patients. A wide swath of the health care industry is exasperated that federal health officials have not made available anymore of the aid. Since Joe Biden took office Now $44 billion from a provider relief fund, created last year remains unspent, along with 8.5 billion Congress allotted in March for the medical care in rural areas. Right. That's over $50 billion With the coronavirus Delta variant fueling 1/4 pandemic surge, they write healthcare institutions, lobbyists and lawmakers. Have ratcheted up complaints to senior Biden administration health officials, imploring them to decide how the money will be divided and when it will be distributed. Is this not amazing? All the people going on and on about how the federal government knows everything. Fauci, the CDC, the FDA, National Institutes of Health, HHS, They're sitting on the money. And other than Amy Goldstein. I haven't seen this anywhere else. There's just no good reason for the administration to be sitting on these funds, and Mark Parkinson president, chief executive The American Healthcare Association, a trade group that represents nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Many running short on money, he said, because the virus is heavy concentration of long term care centers early in the pandemic, a stop causing potential patients and residents to stay away. Parkinson said he has had four conversations for Since February. The agency and the Department of Health and Human Services. It is in charge of the money. And one last month with senior aides to HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra. Each conversation we came up with the feeling would be that month, Parkinson said. And we've been wrong.

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John Cho Addresses ‘Cowboy Bebop’ Fans Who Think He’s Too Old

The Fantasmagorium Show

01:38 min | 9 months ago

John Cho Addresses ‘Cowboy Bebop’ Fans Who Think He’s Too Old

"Flicks is live action. Adaptation of the iconic anime cowboy. Bebop arrives this november with john showing the lead role as of spike spiegel. And the actor knew from the start that he's casting would be somewhat controversial. Spike is a twenty-seven-year-old bounty hunter in the cowboy bebop anime cho- turned forty nine years old this summer. The actor was asked by vulture about the cowboy fans upset that the series did not cast a younger actor in the role to which show admitted the biggest fear. That i had was i was too old. I knew people were going to have issues with my age. And i had to get over it. I'm not a person who says age is just a number or whatever it was gonna be harder physically. And i was going to look different than a twenty five year. Old guy show continued at some point. The opportunity is yes or no. Do you wanna do it. And i did want to do it so i wasn't going to stop myself from doing it for anyone. Who believes show is too old to lead cowboy bebop. The actor maintained the series benefits from him. Being an older actor. First of all. I couldn't have done it when i was cast when i was twenty. Seven chou said. I mean maybe i would have been better suited aesthetically or athletically but in terms of my discipline. I am strangely better suited at this age. I don't think i would have done justice. To the emotional depth. We tried to give spike. There's always a trade-off what young men are typically best at as actors is rage and that might have been more pronounced element of the character when i'm better at being older it's showing weakness and vulnerability and love. Those things are more accessible to me. Personally i'd prefer the version. I'm able to show. That's my

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China Is Cracking Down on Its 'Chaotic' Celebrity Fan Culture

The Fantasmagorium Show

02:33 min | 9 months ago

China Is Cracking Down on Its 'Chaotic' Celebrity Fan Culture

"Chinese actress zhao way denies fleeing to france in now deleted instagram post. This is interesting. Authorities in beijing recently blacklisted the billionaire star from social media and ordered that all her work be pulled from streaming sites in the country for as yet unexplained reasons maybe being a billionaire In a communist country there's one The mystery surrounding billionaire actress shall we And her whereabouts intensified over the weekend after unsubstantiated reports spread that she had fled china for france after she was blacklisted by beijing authorities. On saturday reports emerged on chinese new sites that that zahle had fled the country on a private jet and was spotted at bordeaux airport in france zelin. Her husband Hung you long. Are the owners of chateau mullah or la la molo mama a vineyard located just outside obviously difference seeking to dispel rumors and being banned from chinese social media sites such as we bow posted three pictures on her instagram account. Sunday Despite the platform being blocked in china reports say zahle claimed a on instagram. That she was staying with her parents in beijing and in reply to a comment or she denied she was in france. The instagram post was later deleted last thursday upon orders from the government. All entries related to zao on chinese social media platforms such as a wybo. Are we bow Where i i'm not familiar. Sorry were removed. Her name was scrubbed from the credits of films and tv shows and all content featuring her including film tv chat show appearances and more Was removed from major streaming sites like Tencent video and i q. I y it it. It's a weird. All discussion of zell on social media is also censored no official explanation for the blacklisting was given but the chinese government is in the midst of a crackdown on the entertainment industry and the Excesses of celebrity fan culture

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Candyman Is the First No. 1 Film Directed by a Black Woman

The Fantasmagorium Show

01:01 min | 9 months ago

Candyman Is the First No. 1 Film Directed by a Black Woman

"Don't know if it's great or not. I haven't seen it. But i a movie. That's doing very well in the in the theater. This weekend candyman reboot so yeah that and it also makes nieta cost. I think Is there touting her as the first black woman to have a number one film at the box office opening again. I did read that. And congratulations to her to her. I mean i'm not i'm not. I'm usually not one of the everybody using the i. This is the first this in the first. That if i were we become a thing of i even if it's not even true we we use it. I do i. I do believe that this is true. It sounds right to me but You know and and and i agree with you. I don't like Sort the manufactured first time past the post kind of thing but this is an actual miles milestone. This is a glass ceiling that has been broken and need. The cost is the woman who did it. And so for sure you you do have to give credit where the credit is due.

Florida Hospital Removes Doctor for Offering Parents $50 Mask Opt-out Letters

Orlando's Morning News

00:31 sec | 9 months ago

Florida Hospital Removes Doctor for Offering Parents $50 Mask Opt-out Letters

"Area doctors out of a job after offering a mask exemption letters for a Price Capital Regional Medical Center recently dismissed Dr Brian Warden from his role he allegedly took to an anti masking website to offer parents in Leon County. Written letters to explain that their Children do not have to wear face coverings. He apparently asked for $50 per letter. It comes as the county instituted a mandate for students K through eighth grade to wear a mask unless they have proof of a medical condition. And

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Companies Mulling Charging Unvaccinated Employees More for Health Coverage

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 9 months ago

Companies Mulling Charging Unvaccinated Employees More for Health Coverage

"Against Covid 19 could soon be paying as much as $50 more per paycheck for health insurance. Companies across the US try to protect their employees and themselves from the outbreak. CBS News spoke with Wade Simon's a partner at Mercer Health Benefits Consulting firm. He says the idea of charging unvaccinated employees more for health coverage is gaining momentum among his clients in manufacturing, retail hospitality financial services. And other sectors.

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"$50" Discussed on Snacks Daily

Snacks Daily

04:06 min | 10 months ago

"$50" Discussed on Snacks Daily

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"$50" Discussed on That's Incredible

That's Incredible

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"$50" Discussed on That's Incredible

"Run for parliament in nineteen. Twenty one edith. Finally got her chance to be voted into the west australian state government. She decided to run full weeks before the election. Even though shows afraid that she would be ridiculed for being a woman one of the men chose running against for the seat of west perth. Was tom. drapeau. The men who had passed a law that allowed women to become the members of parliament. The whole country followed election of great interest on the twelfth of march nineteen. Twenty one edith. Cowan became the first woman to be elected to the government anywhere australia. She managed to pass the laws that established a special children's code and laws that ensure that women were able to inherit all the money that though entitled to today she is on it by having her face on strategy is fifty dollars and having a university named after at subaru we've been celebrating millions of moments with over a million families since nineteen seventy three. Because we believe that lost on about getting from ada bay. It's the moments you share along the way so. Join the subaru family to make the most of your next adventure and experience. The love that subaru on us it felt for decades visit subaru dot com. Today you to find out more didn't just love those incredible stories and now brian boxes. It's revision time. He's the drill. I will ask you a question about what we've learned on the podcast and you shut out the ants out. Hopefully it's the right answer. If you get the right answer any ansa could unless you're having a competition the car here we go question one. Howard florey enlisted. The help of a lady cold moldy mary to help him develop which antibiotic it was starting with pay penicillin excellent and not calling your sister. Mary moldy mary onny. Mary moldy omni moldy mary. I love it or nearly a tongue. Twister question to louise mack dressed up as what to smuggle herself out of war-torn belgium you got it. She disguised itself is a might. It's the reason all good. Reporters always carry a pen a notebook and a feather duster. The next question is about the miles. Franklin book my career goes bung it was the follow up to which famous novel she wrote when she was just twenty old. They also turn it into a brilliant australian movie starring. Sam neill and judy davis said my brilliant career. Correct malls. franklin's. Real name is stella franklin but she wrote under a lot of different pen names including branch of beenbeen mr and mrs augment blat let dasa and an old bachelor. Why did she brought underpin names so she could blame other people if she got bad reviews in the rice that stopped a nation glock the actual rice that stopped the whole nation. What distance did cathy freeman. Ron to win a gold medal at the two thousand sydney olympics. Cathy freeman won her gold medal. Which was amazing in the four hundred meters. That's one whole lap of the stadium in less than fifty seconds. Which i could do in a car. If it was the subaru. Good now. I do like this question. You're ready when she wasn't shocking royalty with risque one piece bathing suit annette kellerman was making films including one where she dived into a tank filled with which type of deadly animal yes it was a tankful of crocodiles snappy crocodiles snappy joke again no next question okay here we go hanley's company emotive is working on a special technology to turn thoughts into actions which country tannin a family silo away from on a small boat in search of a better life in australia. I think you got it. Ten left vietnam with a mother and a younger sister that was back in nineteen ninety one in ninety eight. Tally was nine the youngest of the year. How about owning. One of those headsets that turns thoughts into actions. I wonder what i'd use it for. Tv channel change. I've got a remote for that. What a waste a lucky last question. So if things are taught and you'll competition this could be the tie-break out. How many runs did the great donald bradman score in his final test. Match innings donald's donald duck zero. Remember if he had scored just four runs. He's average bain australia. And no one for the record has ever got close to that. So that's the quiz. Congratulations to the winna. Next time for the not win on the not wearing. Do you like that one. One in love about all of today's stories. They seem to start at a small ideas. Like think of louis mac riding a newsletter about the daily life at a school and then one day going onto rod for the biggest is in the world. Have you ever tried writing your own newspapeh. Have you ever seen a newspaper old-fashioned one. It's actually pipo ask a grandparent. He is a great thing to do. You could make your own newspaper wrote about the things that have happened in your day. The big news this small news. The sporting events did you shouldn't eat baskets in the driveway. Have you gotta gossip column. you could add. What was the dog up to where the other dog. That's where my sister's hairbrush quaint. You can put in your own advertisements as will rotting and add finance hogs best. Hugs in town. see up. there are plenty of websites when you can find a template for newspaper or a news page and send us a copy. If you like. I'd love to see your version of a newspaper from your backyard. Thanks for listening. that's it for. That's incredible when we meet again. You got it more incredible stories seeing next on keeping the kids entertained in the car can be tough. Which is why subaru. And miami have created this podcast to help make you the best parent ever. It's all thanks to subaru. Where every moment is a chance to do. Mia acknowledges the traditional owners of the land. We have recorded this podcast on the goggle people of the er nation. We pay our respects to their eldest past and present and extend that respect to all aboriginal and torres strait islander cultures..

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"$50" Discussed on That's Incredible

That's Incredible

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"$50" Discussed on That's Incredible

"There were six of them and she did the stunts himself. Fred hollows discharged himself from the hospital when he is dying of cancer to go and trank. Three hundred is specialists in vietnam. Fred hollows was an amazing human being in nineteen sixty eight. He learned about the horrendous. I health of indigenous australians. After two elvis that he'd already traded invited him back home to visit camp. He set up a team and visited over four hundred remote communities trading thousands of patients with glaucoma and giving secondhand pairs of glasses. The fred hollows foundation still works to provide low cost treatment in less developed countries. All over the world a lady named moldy. Mary helped. Howard flurry develop penicillin. How would flory had to fly to america in a blackout plane. At the heart of the second world war to convince companies to finance research there. He met mary hunt otherwise known as moldy mary. Because of a knowledge of molds and she found a mold growing on rock melons produced twice as much penicillin as any other source later. And he's live. How flory worked with stacks of people whose lives have been saved by his invention of antibiotics. How great is that. As lamon got to see lots of maybe a three when he was growing up because his dad worked in a movie theater. Mark anthony lerman is his real night but he got the nickname bez because of basil brush. Who is a puppet fox on a television series. The first movie baz made was cold. Strictly ballroom and at nearly didn't get released because an executive from one of the companies involved with it didn't like it very much it ended up getting a fifteen minute long standing ovation at the world's most important film festival in france baz. I think those are some of the most incredible stories i've ever heard. And what about the guy who is brave enough to drink a mug of germs but too scared to tell his wife. That's funny journey angry. Wife no way and the genius who decided baz luhrmann's strictly ballroom with not going to do. Well lucky he didn't get the final site and what was going through a net kelman's mind when she was deciding how many crocodiles she needed for that water. Ballet say three would be enough four. Maybe no give me six crocodiles and make it snappy snappy oh see that sound of silence is the fan of the dead jokes rotting net one down for future reference kids have given us some incredible facts and now three incredible stories. Charles kingsford smith cathy. Freeman and eighth. Cowan some of the biggest names in his stride in history and their stories are something else. Take it away. Kids charles kingsford. Smith set up from san francisco on may thirty first. Nineteen twenty eight hoping to become the first pilot to fly plane across the pacific ocean from america to australia. His pilot charles didn't actually have his pilot's license. His navigator had only flown once before and his radio. Operator had never been in a plane before. That will no seat belts and no prophecies. The pilot just sat in a cane chair. That wasn't even tied down to the floor. They took no luggage or any fresh clothes to change into just sandwiches to eat and bottles to us to go the toilet during the fast leg of the flight from california to hawaii the discovered that the engines were too loud to anyone to talk so they had to pass handwritten notes to each other on the end of the stick. While smithian own warfare lined flying jackets the other. Two men had dressed in hawaiian shirts and shorts think he was going to be worn so then nearly froze when the plane started flying. The second leg from hawaii to was the longest and most dangerous. A storm blew up forcing smith to fly very low to stand at the clouds but because his navigator had to see the stars to find what they were they then had to fly up above the clouds. This use up more fuel but was very beautiful as they felt like they were flying on the milky way. The landing fiji was very rough as they had to land on a football field because fiji didn't have an airport that we even worse. Storms on the las. Like from fiji to brisbane and they got lost but fortunately than that to find the coast of australia not tiny island and they finally hit land one hundred and ten miles south of brisbane crowd of thousands of people who had been following the whole flight on their radius flip to horse racing course in brisbane to see them away freeman. Amati surround the stadium. When cathy freeman take so at the start of the full hundred meter. Athletic spinal sydney olympic games in two thousand. It is more than just another race way more. Cathy freeman australia's great. Hope leaf favor. My question about that never has an athlete. Had so much pressure on her to win at a home olympics in front of one hundred. Twelve thousand roaring fans while the whole nation is willing to win. It is aboriginal. Australians who feel she represented the mole. Cathy freeman is focused on what she does. Best winning races thinking about how to pay ourself on how to run the race three months earlier. The president of the australian olympic committee had asked her out to lunch. Would you like to light. The olympic flame at the opening ceremony. She was asked. she was greatly on it. Even though it would be distraction from the workouts and care for her body than athlete must focus on. She likes the flame and when the mechanism that is meant to take it to. The top of the stadium breaks. The entire country holds its breath. Is this a bad omen before the rice. Kathy tries not to let the emotion of the moment put her off. She feels pool of aggression but knows that if she starts to quickly she wouldn't have enough energy left at the end of the race the race stocks and the shouting of the crowd is deafening cameras. Flash all over the stands because of the staggered style. It is hard to tell who is winning in a full hundred meter race till the runs. Turn into the final straight. Talk raymond's got work to do here. There's about one hundred and fifty to go in twenty three million. Australians tent light up she tends to the straight in third place then you speeds up and flies pasta runners. The during this is famous victory before. What allergic chevy. Kathy looks up at the school board and is cross about her time. She could have run foster. She sits down on the track in stunned relief than a joyous lap of carrying both the australian and aboriginal flanks wilder fight is determined. She's an olympic gold. Medalist that lose with you forever. When edith cowan was born in eighteen sixty one women weren't allowed to be members of the government in women. Want even allowed to vert at all edith girl in geraldton in western australia before being sent to boarding school in perth after birth her parents had died when she was young wenches. Eighteen she married james cowan. Who worked out the supreme court of western australia. She dedicated herself to improving the lives of the sort of people that she saw combat for the core especially the woman children. She knew that if women were allowed to art politicians would have to pay far more attention to the problems that they face. She became a leader of the suffragettes movement. In australia. who's aim was to give women the vote in eighteen. Ninety nine women and western australia won the right of art becoming one of the first places in the well-to-do so incredibly it was another twenty two years before women were allowed to actually.

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"$50" Discussed on That's Incredible

That's Incredible

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"$50" Discussed on That's Incredible

"Gain. welcome to. That's incredible. I'm andrew data and this is definitely my favorite episodes so far because today we're gonna learn about ustralian who changed the world. That's right growing up. Stepping on being dis having kookaburra stealing sausages at barbecues and knowing all the woods to working class men does not mean. You can't go on to win a nobel peace prize or invent cool stuff that makes the world a better place to everyone. Who was it. That led the team that discovered penicillin and saved countless millions of lives. I'll tell you it was a trueblue. Dinky die aussie humble. Was he kid in a humble ozzy backyard. Pick up a golf bull and bounces it off a water tank at funny angles twenty years later. He's the best batsman that's ever lived. The english had to invent a whole new i to play the game just to beat him and that was called body line. We're going to hear the indepth stories of australians who seized the moment and put us on the world stage charles kingsford smith flying across the pacific. It took at two hours. Cathy freeman when she won the gold medal. In front of a hundred and twelve thousand supporters at the sydney olympic games and edith cowan becoming. The first woman elected to parliament anywhere in australia. Back in nineteen twenty one and trust me. People went any nazi politicians then than they are. Now maybe the story of how you changed the world is gonna start today when you get inspired by one of these incredible stories. Is it all stop. When i was listening to. That's incredible. were them true. Well you never know. Here are some facts from our cost kids on some incredible ozzy. Well changes donald bradman lent to bat by throwing a golf ball against the side of a water tank and hit him with a cricket stomp. It was an amazing way to learn to bass and it worked. Don bradman averaged ninety nine point nine four runs per innings over his career. He would've averaged one hundred if he'd scored four runs in his final innings instead. He was bowled for a duck. He's tops go. Ever with three hundred thirty four against england which might a lot of australian cricket fans very happy in the middle of the great depression. Nouns of rox helped eddie mabo title. His native land in the torres strait islands for generations. Lines of dirt mounds specially priced rocks and even trees we used to mark boundaries between plots of land on the island of murder in the torres strait when eddie mabo went to claim land. He thought he'd inherited he found to his amazement that none of the land belonging to his family it all belonged to the australian government under something. Cold tara nullius and that meant that traditional ways to divide the land had no legal status. Eddie took its case to the high court. Andy one it was a game changer. And the first time ninety title rights were recognised in australia. Tasmanian born war correspondent louise. Mack disguised herself as a made to smuggle herself back home from behind enemy lines as a tena job. Louis max doubted a very unschooled news python but had advertising and she sold it for sixpence a copy when germany invaded belgium. At the start of world war one louis was sent to the city of antwerp as a reporter she stayed in the city after it was overrun and eventually described the empty streets as being haunted by the ghosts of five hundred thousand people as well as being the first ever female war correspondent. She published sixteen novels. Tonle is creating a technology that will let you drive. Call using only your thoughts. You'd better get it right. Family left vietnam as refugees on a small bite. The women and children were only allowed on deck. Time said the parts would think it was a fishing boat. One night she saw the sky filled with stars which actually turned out to obey the lots of an oil rig in australia. She worked really hot at school and became a lawyer. I know invention was a wife of tv viewers to vote for the aussie rules player of the year by text message. She now has a company in silicon valley in america. That builds headsets the turn brainwaves into actions and those brainwaves will one day. Help drive your car miles. Franklin bird a follow up to my brilliant career code. Mike create guys bond. It's true it's hard to imagine but my brilliant career which is a story about a girl who wishes to be a erotica rather than settle down and mary was written when she was just twenty years old forty five later she wrote. My career goes bang. Elizabeth kenny's method of trading. Polio was far more successful than the traditional methods used by doctors. This is an amazing story. Elizabeth kenny trained herself to be a nurse in country queensland and then visited a patience firstly on horseback and then up on motorbike she was given the title sister kenny when she worked in england because all had nurses cold sister at the time and she helped polio by warming them with hot moist cloths and moving their arms and legs around and that brought her into conflict with the medical authorities because they believe polio victims should be kicked very very still dr. Barry marshall drank cupful of bacteria to prove that they caused else's that's disgusting. People used to think that stomach ulcers were caused by poor diet or stress. West astride barry marshall and robin warren. Believed that a bacteria called helical cap beck heloc a as a really long name. Helicobacter pylori was the cause. There was no ethical. White approve it other than growing some of the bacteria and experimenting on themselves frankenstein. Dr marshall swallowed the broth made from the bacteria and soon developed an inflamed stomach. He didn't have the nerve to tell him what he was up to. Until ten days later a simple course of antibiotics now cues ninety. Five percent of all sizes and to research has won the nobel prize for medicine and that calman dived into a tank filled with crocodiles. As part of a would ballet annette. Kellerman is got see as a child. She walked with leg. Braces and doctors told a cup swimming to strengthen the muscles. she became a swimming champion then an entertainer by combining swimming with dance. She shocked the world. You bet she did ended parents by performing in front of the king wearing a daring. One pay swimming costume had nineteen fourteen. Movie net teen daughter became wanted the first films to earn over a million dollars in a lighter movie. She danced in the pool alongside live crocodiles..

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"$50" Discussed on Hot 50 Countdown

Hot 50 Countdown

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"$50" Discussed on Hot 50 Countdown

"More returning to 50 countdown in the number 18 spot is who's driving your car with Matthew Steven and Craig jump it up the charge from number 36 that number 17 is the office ladies with Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey. I love this show. I am such a big fan if you haven't seen it. Check it out every week Jenna and Angela will break down an episode of the office and gives exclusive behind-the-scenes stories that only two people who were there can tell you Okay lady, I think now you have some background catches for this episode. I do I'm going to hit you up with them. All right, Christine Byrd said at 12 minutes 11 seconds is Mike sitting in his office holding a bottle of chocolate sauce. Yes. Great catch. I went back to this episode. I went right to that time code. It looks like a bottle of Hershey's chocolate sauce. Like he's got it turned around, You don't see the label. He's holding that in one hand. But then if you look there is the cap of it on his desk was he going to take a big Swig out of it, but then Dwight interrupted him like, oh that's good wage and grabbed it. I'll put it in stories. Countdown number 16 jumped up a few spots from number twenty crime junkie with Ashley flowers and bread. If you can never get enough True Crime modulations, you found your people with this one. dropping down just a bit from number eight to number 15 is weird Darkness with Darren marlar narrating true stories of real paranormal events found True Crime just a little bit of a slide from number 11 to number fourteen in society and culture category is the real Queens of Queens with Kathy Francis and Michelle three women born and raised in the heart of Queens, New York who love to talk about everyday life from family to sex In her pants taking a pressured. Look at this. Look at these. Oh my God. Let me tell you tonight is the night of all nights first. We had a little bit of an issue then I got my brother. Unfortunately. He wants me to zoom in to a chat with him. I just declined him. Sorry Carmine, but I'm doing my podcast. Let's change it up because I did a couple of would you rather's but then I just what the heck deck that's what I'm doing now. So we'll alternate back and forth. So, let's see. What is the scariest sound you can hear in the middle of the night? Hmm up 10 spots. Remember twenty-three and the number 13 spot is WKRP.

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"$50" Discussed on CodeLess

CodeLess

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"$50" Discussed on CodeLess

"And I'd like to advise you to follow the guidelines in your country to stay safe and help us all flat curve please rate and review us on your favorite listening platform. It helps us get discovered by more people who want to unlock creativity and accelerate transformation. You can reach me on twitter. Lincoln Youtube an instagram through the codeless. Podcast handle just search for the word. Codeless and podcast. And you can't miss us all music provided through the appropriate licensing and permissions big. Thanks for the music to Steph. Scully bobby sock are mark? One three one three raising sounds and prod dot no credit you can find more information and links in the show notes. I think I've been looking at Noko tools for the past three or four years to me. No Co tools really democratize. The creation of products by people that previously weren't able to create these products. And so for me. That is the biggest impact that the no code. Mvp tolls are having so not only technical. People with ideas can build products but also nontechnical people with ideas can build products. And that's awesome my prediction for no co tools are that they are going to get more and more powerful and also more accessible but the biggest thing. I think that people should take into account. Is that even? If you are able to use. Noko tools is still have to think about. Why am I creating this if you can eventually create anything with tools? It doesn't mean that you also should create everything so think about that before you start building..

"$50" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

Journey to $100 Million

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"$50" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

"Days join us on our journey to building a one hundred million dollars company. Hey It's Eric j Olson my buddy Kevin. He recently stumbled across one of those foot magazines on the Internet. I think you know what I'm talking about like where it looks like a physical magazine if you click your mouse blind. And then they're like pretends like it animates flipping of a page from one page to another so. He found this of Flip magazine. I think they're called flags and in it. There was some really valuable data in particular. There was a long list of contact information for a professional organization whose members we would love to get in front of each listening. Had the company name. It had the person who was the point of contact at that company. It had the person's phone number at the person's email address which is gold and it had their physical mailing address so those five pieces of information were in this e magazine website. The thing was. You can't download a pdf or a word document or Excel spreadsheet that has this data in there we wanted that data but it wasn't in a format that was consumable and we really wanted it. Because we want to go after those people proactively one of the things we WANNA do is get all the email addresses from there and then we want to create an facebook campaign that targets those people and talk directly to them as far as their association in this professional organization. What that meant was we needed. The data and there was like seventy three pages that were packed with. Maybe Gosh thirty or forty different contacts on each page. There was a lot of data in there. The only way to really get that data is to run through some software program and then kind of compiled into a nice clean spreadsheet or have someone manually and to the data in and. It's something that I didn't want to do that in a want to bog. The teen down with so I ended up going to up work which I hadn't been to in a long time if you're not familiar with UPWARD DOT COM. It's a website. Obviously where you can and put out a project and you've done and then freelancers will bid on. I said that I wanted to get this data out of the e magazine format and into columns in a sheet of Google sheet or excel. She doesn't matter all seventy three pages worth and I wanted to pay fifty bucks so I've throughout this ridiculously low number. Knowing that around the world there are freelancers. That will do this kind of work. Data entry for super cheap and frankly. They may use a lot of automation fifty dollars. Maybe A rip-off on my end and I Dave ripping me off if they can parse this data out automatically and software. I don't know I don't know how they did it. I don't really care. I just got the data for fifty bucks which is frigging amazing right. So what stood between that e magazine and US having Nice Clean? Usable data was fifty dollars and then we can go target these people with custom ads. I would pay that fifty dollars hands down almost on a daily basis that data so valuable but it was super interesting to me to realize that there are people out there that will do this work. Gladly and a Lotta people ask you that bid on. This wasn't just one guy. It was lots of people and some of them. Were Ashley Hounding me? They wanted the work so bad that they were like directly. Messaging me through the upward pot form. So fifty dollars was probably a great payday. Turns out in some parts of the world. The minimum wage is one dollar per hour sets fifty man hours of work. That's over a week of pay for someone so it can be really good pay for them. It could be really inexpensive for me or uh if you take advantage of this kind of Opportunity as well but thinking about some of the things that you just like really WanNa do. But you just don't want to do it yourself as he can also rh two freelancers somewhere in the world and pay practically nothing..

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"$50" Discussed on Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"$50" Discussed on Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

"Environment. Yeah you can use this this curve doc. uh-huh do you guys get the point now. Everybody knows why Justin doesn't use trend lines mm-hmm all right guys with that being said thank you so much take him with me. Got The music cut. Cut The music cut the music. Hey guys thank you so much for joining me for another exciting episode of Breaking Bitcoin with your host Justin wise lead analyst and Co founder mccracken CRYPTOCURRENCY DOT COM. Hopefully guys go on to have a very fantastic day. I want you guys to trade safely out there again. You know go back and Rewatch the episode very poignant areas where we talk about particular areas of the market. Those will be time stamped after the video If you have any questions comments concerns sarcastic remarks or death threats. Please leave them in the comment section down below and I'll do my best respond to you within the next forty eight hours as long as it is Germane to the conversation. The where tempting to have with this show will also enter for a chance to win. And.

"$50" Discussed on Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"$50" Discussed on Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

"Today in breaking Bitcoin. bitcoin is surging in anticipation of thanksgiving. Tomorrow we'll see if this is the movement we've been watching for or or just another scrape off of the top popular South Korean exchange up at just got back last night for fifty million dollars worth of a theory him or was it an inside job. We're going to look at the facts. The Kennedy School just ran a simulation on crypto currencies threats and potential increase in nuclear proliferation around the world for a simulation they ran for the year twenty at twenty one and we talk about China's China's repo market crisis the statement Welcome to breaking Bitcoin. Everybody recorded live here. In the cracking crypto currency the studio today is Wednesday November the twenty seventh two thousand nineteen failure of our Lord. One day before Thanksgiving for those and in the North American hemisphere congratulations guys. We've made it this far time for another holiday. Make sure as we always focus on on this channel and me personally in my own life to take the opportunity opportunity over the holidays. Don't dismiss them use this opportunity to call people that you have been called in a while especially friends and family because does not profit us very well to do well in the crypto currency markets but sacrifice the things that are most important to us friends family and living our best lives. which is what we're here to guys so we've got a fantastic show for you guys today? This is your daily source for market sentiments news and updates for traders in all markets. My Name is Justin wisely analyst and CO founder of cracking CRYPTO CURRENCY DOT com. Hopefully guys doing great wherever you happen to tuning from and whether you're watching us from across youtube twitch deal live facebook live or on Roku with the investor news channel APP if you would would like to support the show make sure to subscribe follow share and engage on whatever platform. You happen to be wrapping on this glorious Wednesday afternoon all right. We've we've got so much to talk about before we get into that though If you are new stream or you've been watching for a while. And wanting to trade with a cracking crypto currency team. Of course we do have have our once a year black Friday sale coming up this Friday pretty excited about it. I've talked to a lot of people about it. I know that a lot of individuals are huddling out for the deal and I respect that frugality galaxy as a financial frugal person myself. So if that's the opportunity of been waiting for that we'll be live on the website on Friday all the details. I'll talk about tomorrow a little bit more still ironing out the very last details but it's all ready to go just needs to be pushed lives so looking forward to that. Hopefully that falls into the wheelhouse of what you guys have been looking for as well it will be available to to current subscribers..

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