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"2.25 million" Discussed on WTOP
"The upper eighties. Some rain showers possible, and a few thunderstorms about humidity finally drops as we get into your Friday, but unfortunately also have some storms on Friday, so we'll keep brain chances almost each day this week and into early next weekend. 81 right now in Washington, Gaithersburg at 83, Leesburg, 84 Waldorf, it 83 Okay. Lauren 10 51 contributions black athletes have made the hockey are now being Showcased at the National Museum of African American History and Culture. We can still see part of the innovations from the coloured Hockey League today. Damian Thomas, curator of sports there is talking about Canada's CH L founded It lasted for 35 years, and it's players pioneered innovations like Butterfly goaltending. That's one of the ways in which we can still see the vestiges of this very important league in today's game. Matt Small w T O P News and NFL players rookie card has broken its own record $3.1 million. That's a new record set by an autographed Tom Brady rookie card. The piece of memorabilia from the 43 year old quarterback season with the New England Patriots sold at the Leland's mid spring classic auction two months after a similar card was picked up for 2.25 million. Brady has won seven Super Bowls, his latest with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In February. The auction house called it the most important football card in the world. Lisa Matteo CBS News as outdoor movies play for this year's downtown D C Summer flicks series. Those who attend will be both on top of and surrounded by art that celebrates pride Month and encourages social distancing. I hope to inspire, you know, resilience and joy. Lisa Marie Thal Hammer is the visual artists behind the work Equal lateral network, which is a series of colorful triangles painted onto the lawn at the National Building Museum. All the colors of the rainbow are in it. She hopes those who see it feel the joy of being outside and celebrating pride in celebrating diversity. The 20,000 square foot project was commissioned by the downtown. See Business improvement District and the unpainted areas represent walking and sitting areas you can see in a w t o p dot comment All Hammer hopes it will inspire others in the LGBT community.
"2.25 million" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In through the Ted Williams Tunnel back and forth at Logan Airport, the Tobin Bridge Lever connector, lower deck of 93 all in great shape. David stuff Alino WBZ traffic on the threes Now before day WBZ AccuWeather FORECAST Matt Ben's tells us today Sunny, hot. In the nineties beaches in the eighties. If you're down on the islands good for you stay in the seventies down there tonight. Clear, warm, only 73 for low tomorrow. Still hot and more humidity tomorrow with sunshine 90 to 95 again. Tuesday. Partly sunny, hot, humid an afternoon thunderstorm in spots high about 90 and then Wednesday, clouds and sun again can't rule out of late day thunderstorm High to about 85 degrees 76 degrees this morning. In Randolph in Groton. It is 74 degrees. If switch 77 here in Boston, Sunshine and 82 degrees at 8 35 former Patriot quarterback Tom Brady continuing to break records, this one off the field $3.1 million that the new record set by an autographed Tom Brady rookie card, the piece of memorabilia from the 43 year old quarterback season with the New England Patriots. So that the Leland's mid spring classic auction two months after a similar card was picked up for 2.25 million, Brady has won seven Super Bowls, his latest with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In February. The auction house called it the most important football card in the world. Lisa Matteo CBS News, the Massachusetts Department of Conservation.
"2.25 million" Discussed on WTOP
"Videos on w. Two p dot com Jason Friendly WTLV News. A talented local teenager is headed from Prince William County to New York City, closing in on a lifelong dream. Growing up in dumb freeze, Virginia Jawan Hill was performing even before he got too cold in high school. His grandmother wanted him to study at the Juilliard School at Lincoln Center. One thing that she told me is, you know you're gonna go, he tells NBC Washington. She was his biggest supporter. Even as she battled ovarian cancer. She died about The time he auditioned Dad, Juilliard. He fought hard and she wanted me to be successful is one of 19 admitted to study drama at Juilliard. This year. He's got a go fund me page to help pay for tuition. Neil Log can stay in w T O P News and NFL players rookie card has broken its own record. $3.1 million. That's a new record set by an autographed Tom Brady rookie card. The piece of memorabilia from the 43 year old quarterback season with the New England Patriots sold at the Leland's mid spring classic auction two months after a similar card was picked up for 2.25 million. Brady has won seven Super Bowls, his latest with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In February. The auction house called it the most important football card in the world. So rising along with housing prices. It's 8 24. This week on federal insight sponsored by Hitachi van Terra federal here, Gary Hicks, the chief technology officer at Hitachi, Van Terra, Federal talking about how to best leverage your data for a I M l that metadata around that data. It's the data itself is important but the characteristics and how that data was created. What does it mean to everything else is also a key component of that? Listen to the entire discussion on federal news Network Search Hot achieve Antara, Federal Hitachi van Tara Federal is built to support your mission and vision. We empower federal agencies in the digital domains that matter most the data center tactical and strategic data operations and digital transformation. We bring together an unmatched portfolio of edge to court, a cloud infrastructure.
"2.25 million" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"But traffic is light. So that shouldn't be more than just a slight curiosity delay if even that David stuff. Alino WBZ traffic on the three. Thank you, David. Let's check the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast Matt Ben's tells us today Sunny, hot 90 to 95 eighties and most of the beaches seventies. On the islands clear overnight. Tonight stays warm seventies for low and then it just gets hot again tomorrow and it gets more humid 90 to 95 tomorrow. For Tuesday. Partly sunny, hot, humid maybe an afternoon thunderstorm about 90 for a high and then eighties on Wednesday with clouds and sun and again the chance of a thunderstorm right now and conquered. It is 65 degrees. 64 in Mansfield on the Cape in Brewster 66. Here in Boston. Now we've hopped up to 76 degrees at 6 35 former Patriot quarterback Tom Brady continuing to break records, this one off the field $3.1 million that the new record set by an autographed Tom Brady rookie card, the piece of memorabilia from the 43 year old quarterback season with the New England Patriots. So that the Leland's mid spring classic auction two months after a similar card was picked up for 2.25 million, Brady has won seven Super Bowls, his latest with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In February. The auction house called it the most important football card in the world. Lisa Matteo CBS News, the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and.
"2.25 million" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Foreign Minister to make it clear that we intend to do so. China claims Taiwan as a renegade province, Chuck Sivertsen ABC news and updating the pandemic here in Massachusetts. State health officials report. 216 new confirmed covid cases for additional deaths in their latest 24 hour update. The Department of Public Health says that the total number of confirmed cases in the state since the start of the pandemic is now more than 662,000. The total number of confirmed deaths Now over 17,500. There were just over 40,000 new tests reported. The seven day weighted average of positive test is now at 70.56%. There are 181 people currently hospitalized with coronavirus related illnesses. As of yesterday with 65 patients in intensive care. There are an estimated 4486 active covid cases right now across the state. A six year old California boy who was fatally shot in a road rage incident was laid to rest yesterday. The sister of Aden Leo's memorialized a life unfulfilled because of the monsters that took Adam's life. Will never get to hug my brother again. We're supposed to grow up together and help each other through life. He didn't deserve this. He deserved to have a beautiful life and the reward for information leading to his killer has reached half a million dollars. It's 5 49 2 more former Boston police officers plead guilty to federal charges in connection with an investigation into overtime fraud at the department's evidence warehouse. Gerard O'Brien of Braintree and Diana Lopez of Milton, agreeing to plead guilty to conspiracy and embezzlement charges. Prosecutors say the former officers collected tens of thousands of dollars. Submitting overtime slips for hours that they did not work. A total of 12 current and former officers have been charged in the scheme that embezzled more than a quarter million dollars. Tom Brady's NFL rookie card once again breaks its own record $3.1 million. That's a new record set by an autographed Tom Brady rookie card. The piece of memorabilia from the 43 year old quarterback season with the New England Patriots sold at the Leland's mid spring classic auction two months after a similar card was picked up for 2.25 million. Brady has won seven Super Bowls, his latest with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in February. The auction house Lisa Matteo. CBS NEWS, All Right, whether you own or rent the cost of housing continues to take a toll. CBS Stephan Kaufman has a breakdown for US red hot housing market is spilling over into the rental market, resulting in rate hikes nationwide. Some tenants say high rates may force them to move. Chances are most tenants will be facing a rent increase at the end of their current least, Janet Lucas e with the Arizona Tenants Association suggests can Communicating. You are perfectly within your rights to ask for rent reduction if you need it. Stefan Kaufman, CBS News Press Kate, Arizona and Stick with us. It's 5 51. We head out to the Rose will check traffic and your forecast. It looks like we are definitely going to see a heatwave. Luke.
"2.25 million" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Derrick Show Up in case we find out how black Americans are reacting with Rashad Robinson of Color of Change and former senior adviser to President Obama, Valerie Jarrett gives us her perspective on the prospects for President Biden's 2.25. Million dollar infrastructure proposal, and Iran says it's hopeful about nuclear talks despite sabotage of its facilities. I talked to Jim Walsh from M I T to get his view on where things stand. But first president Biden set up his two day climate conference with world leaders by making a bold new commitment for the US to cut its greenhouse emissions. If he's going to meet those goals, all I will have to be done in the transportation sector, which contributes just under 30% of total U. S emissions form or on what can be done. Caught up with transportation Secretary Pete Buddha judge This is going to take an extraordinary, unprecedented national effort, but it's also something that we can't afford not to do. There was a new report out by the insurance's industry, estimating that if we allow climate change to run rampant, it could cost the global economy $23 trillion by the middle of this century, so we know what we have to do on. We know that that Z going to require concrete specific steps in every part of the economy. In the transportation sector, which is actually the biggest contributor to greenhouse gas is here in the U. S. We've definitely got our work cut out for us, But we have a road map for that work in things like the American jobs plan, the president's infrastructure vision that's going to set up the US to compete and win on these terms. So I'm glad you mentioned the transportation of thought the factory because I'm not sure I understood that something like 28% of US greenhouse gas has come from the transportation secretary. S O. If you really take a look at the total number. It's something I think around six billion metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent. Ah, year. So if you take 30% of that, that's a lot to cut that in half. How you gonna get that much carbon dioxide out of the air from transportation? But we start with the direct emissions and the best way to think about that is things like the tailpipe of a car. It's why there is a race to get electric vehicles adopted and produced in this country. By the way, you know the world's already moving in the direction of electric vehicles. But the big question is whether they're going to be vehicles produced in the U. S by American workers, preferably union workers, making good wages. Or whether other countries were going to leave the way. It's why the jobs plan calls for a network of charging stations. We're gonna deploy half a million of them over the course of the next decade, as well as other measures like tax incentives and rebates. In order to make sure that we speed up the adoption of the V's. But it's not just what's coming directly out of the vehicle there a lot of indirect effects to the kinds of fuels that go into our aircraft. For example, they're not all alike. There's a move toward what's called sustainable aviation fuels that have dramatically less in terms of emissions associated with this really is about every different dimension of how people in goods move around the country move around the world. No. One piece is going to get it done. But taken together. If we act aggressively, we can make this happen and importantly, create a lot of jobs while we're at it. If you would just stop all internal combustion engine sales today and just on lease old electric vehicles, which were not equipped to do it would take about 15 years to turn over the fleet. That's right. That's why we're not on Lee trying to drive electric vehicle adoption, but also continue pursuing robust Standards in terms of the emissions of internal combustion engines. They're going away overnight. They're going to be a lot of them on the boat. Even when you get to that point where all new cars being sold or electric you'd still of course, have the vehicles have been sold over the years on the road? That's one of the reasons why we can't let down our guard on fuel emission standards, and you're gonna be seeing more from that from us soon. Pursuant to the President's Day one. An executive order to look at the rules and regs that we're inheriting and by the way, every time that we've challenged the American auto industry to do this, they have risen to that challenge, but it doesn't just happen on its own. Can you get to where you need to go on the transportation side? Let's just take that one. For the moment that your responsibility without Congress What we really are calling on Congress to provide the resource is in the policy direction to move forward and again. This isn't just about electric vehicles, although that's a big part of it. This is about how we're going to build our cities in the years to come paying attention to things like transit oriented development. You know, it's one thing to make sure that that a vehicle is cleaner has no emissions. It's another to make sure that you have an option of getting to where you need to be. Without a vehicle. You know you shouldn't have to drag two tons of metal along with you. Everywhere you go. And if we make it easier to access transit, create more reliable and dense transit networks and build up housing s so that you can bike or take a bus or take a subway or train to get to where you're going. That's going to fit into it as well. But, yes, we need Congress to act. We need Congress to lead And a huge step in that direction is for Congress to pass the American jobs plan that the president's put forward if you got everything in American jobs, and that hasn't happened yet, if you got everything with their need to be yet more legislation to accomplish again for transportation, which you need to get done, if you're gonna make that target of 2030. Well, this is a whole of government and whole of society efforts so no one piece of legislation even an enormously important one like the jobs plan. Is going to be the whole story, especially because they're things like the technologies that haven't yet fully developed like we're talking about with aviation fuel. Ah, lot of change. Coming to help people get around, it will buy 2030 look quite different. I'm following the development, for example of automated vehicles, which may fundamentally transform our relationship. To our cars, especially if it leads to more people experiencing a car as a service rather than as a possession. That's still a few years out. But we need to be thinking ahead even as we were acting in the moment, because really it's across the 20 twenties that we're either gonna make it or we're gonna fail. And we'll know the answer to that by the middle of the century when I'm hoping to retire, and when that happens, I hope to be looking back. Saying that we met the moment before it was too late. Thanks to Transportation Secretary Pete Buddha Judge coming up. Is it possible to go to big on infrastructure? Former senior adviser to President Obama. Valerie Jared gives us her perspective. You're listening to balance the power on Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg. It takes order. Continue, Miss Garner with the capital one venture card. You weren't unlimited double miles on every purchase every day. Objection. My credit card doesn't earn double miles on every purchase. 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"2.25 million" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Are you okay? No matter Armstrong in Getty, Doug Conscience of the nation there was like to be on the shaft. Morning 6 To 10 A.m. 7 90 K A. B. C Welcome back. This is the Ben Shapiro show. Joining sunlight is Brad Columbo, Senior contributor to Young voices contributing columnist for The Washington Examiner, an opinion editor for F E. Dot or that is the the Foundation for Economic Education is previously a Stafford and editor at the Washington Examiner, Brad thanks much for joining the show. Hey, thanks for having me. So let's talk about this. Suppose it infrastructure Bill we've learned from Senator Christian Children of New York that literally all the things our infrastructure, There is nothing that is not infrastructure. Joe Biden also says cancer researchers infrastructure, he says Alzheimer's researchers infrastructure, He says that his latest kind of unsure is infrastructure. So what exactly is it that Americans need to know about this fake infrastructure Bill? Well, if I take anything away from the last week, it's that everything I like is infrastructure and everything I don't like is Jim Crow. But in the case of this infrastructure bill, it's not an infrastructure bill at all. So it's a lie from the very premise. It's a false premise. The majority of this spending in this two plus trillion dollar package does not go to the kind of things that any rational person considers infrastructure. Bridges, roads hired ways. Instead, it's got 20 billion for racial and environmental justice. It's got money for public schools and community college is a special program to make school lunches greener on all sorts of absurd waste and unrelated partisan spending. So people support the idea of infrastructure and the Biden administration seems to think they can just cram their wish list together slapping infrastructure label on that bad boy and get it all past. So the Senate parliamentarian recently ruled that Democrats may have another bite of the Apple marches to budget by two the Apple but a third bite of the Apple when it comes to taxing and spending bills. So what is the current status can buy and just ram this thing through again with just 50 votes, plus Kamila Harris Yeah, he probably can is what it looks like. And that's pretty alarming because this is is unprecedented spending blowout like nothing we've seen before, and they're actually even under counting it. So they're saying that this is a $2 trillion A Bill or $2.25 Million bill that's actually also ally. It's very misleading. They scored this legislation over eight years. We always do it over a decade. We always look at the bills over a decade, so it's actually more like 2.65 or 2.75. Trillion. That sounds like just number fudging right, but it's actually $3500 per federal taxpayer extra in spending that they're trying to cover up, so I don't think people know just how radical this spending blowout really is. It is pretty amazing how the meat you have just gone right along with the everything Here is infrastructure stuff. They've also gone along with the lie that the administration he was putting out this thing is going to create tens of millions of jobs. There is no evidence whatsoever that it's going to create tens of millions of jobs anymore than Barack Obama's green jobs plan created any green jobs..
"2.25 million" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Infant Simmons. He has a Super Bowl ring without the Patriots no longer part of the Patriot way. He just can't leave the excellent from saying I'm doing better without you. You're not doing better without me. He sat down Michael straight hand on Good Morning America, and he talked about all those Doubters that are out there even though Tom Brady is Tom Brady. That was always kind of motivated by people that say you can't do it. You're not good enough. You're not fast enough. Not big enough. You have good off arm. I've had a body of work over a period of time. So You know, you just say hey, like Quickly you forget think that's the great part about football. It's It's not really about what you did last year. It's kind of what you're gonna do this year. So for me, it was what I was gonna do for the bucks last year, I still feel that way. So I'm gonna paraphrase that for you for everybody out there. Seven rings. Shut your mouth. Yeah, even Michael straight hand joined the Tom Brady train about take that New England. That's a guy that sacked him and took a ring from him. Vice. It doesn't matter. I mean, I respect it on. It was a guard down type interview on Good Morning America on ABC. Um yeah, I love what when he was asked about his rookie card going for a $2.25 million quote was too straight him. It's surreal and makes me want to go check all my cards that I've got some storage. There's gotta be one more in there somewhere. It was a I kind of a humanizing interview. I'm Tom Brady. If he can be, I got married to a supermodel with gorgeous kids. More money than God and seven Super Bowl rings. Maybe can be human. Yeah, it was a humanizing conversation because he never had to worry about being that way. When he was part of the paper away for 20 years, he said. When you're one place for 20 years, you think that's the on leeway and I think you go to a different place. You realize Wow, There's another way that people do things. In quote that was his way of looking at the pace of Hey, It was great for 20 years, but you never allowed me to be me like I was for one year with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers before we hear from his mind what he has left to prove, which could scare some people, especially Saints Fans and Carolina fans and Falcons fans. Now that he's our problem, right, the NFC sell the whole N ISI, but going good point. Yeah, I'm just kind of my little focus Group of the NFC South here. On Freddie Fitzsimmons and ESPN radio. I get it. I mean, I'm I'm dealing with what the Jets, bills and dolphins and yeah, with for 19 years, So now I feel your pain folks. I promise you when we do as Saints, Panthers and the Falcons fans But I wonder how much Aaron Rodgers Is paying attention to everything, Tom Brady says about moving on from New England. Then think about it and finding and seeking life elsewhere in finding almost Shangri La Food for thought especially your and Rogers as greatest. He's been never going to catch Tom Brady When it comes to championship rings and appreciation thing Tom didn't feel patients to. I think Aaron Rodgers got more appreciation in Green Bay. In time breaking wide, from the standpoint in terms of always proving people wrong. And like you mentioned time bringing talk about what he still has left the proved, even though he has not one, not two, not three. Not four. Not five, not six or seven championship rings. Don't think proving it for me is the motivation. Like I still want to play? You know, I got like a little sickness in me. That just wants the door friend Spiral. You know what I mean? Also about But once you stop, you can't go back and do it. I got some work football and me. Not a lot. I know that. But what I got left. I'm gonna give everything I got something else to what you just said. Based on what that was. And about and Roger that appreciation. You know the and Rogers look at Tom Brady. He says if he can do it and play that long, So can I. Yeah, I'm hosting jeopardy for two weeks. I can do a way that you don't know They've talked Don't put anything past anybody. They talk. Don't put anything past anybody, especially quarterbacks. Contemporaries like that at that level. Absolutely. They've had conversations. Zero doubt in my mind. You do? I do. We all it was someone who is in your line of work. Right. And you're you're looking good. Yeah. Make a move or whatever it may be. Yeah, Of course. There's no doubt in my mind that Aaron Rodgers has talked to Tom Brady about life elsewhere out of that familiar bubble you've been in for so long. I wanted Tom Brady, stop the hand rides like this whole guesting in jeopardy. You help a brother out here? If you could do it, And why can't I do it? Help a brother out here. Hey, Tom. Stimulate. Don't worry he does. He knows if you miss that conversation on Good morning, America. Go check it out. Folks. It is worth it. It is worth it. He's in Fitz Simmons on Freddie Coleman, a friend and Fitz Simmons and the Jack Wilson Love train keeps adding passengers will ask a former college quarterback if he's on that train when it comes to BYU quarterback That's next on Freddie Fitzsimmons. And this is ESPN radio, ESPN Surge Sports.
"2.25 million" Discussed on 790 KABC
"At six o'clock, I'm sharing reared in good evening speed. That's the main factor in the crash that injured Tiger Woods seven weeks ago. The speed limit along that stretch of Hawthorne Boulevard in Rolling Hills Estates is 40 MPH estimated speed that the first area of impact were 84 to 87 MPH L. A county sheriff Alex being away that says the first impact was the jumping of the curb. When Woods could not handle the curve in the room in the final estimated speed when the vehicle struck the tree was 75 MPH. He says what's received no preferential treatment, even though he's not cited for excessive speeds and the investigation of driving under the influence because there was no probable cause for it. Woods, who continues to heal after a severe leg injury, gave permission for the release of the information. Jim Rope. KBC News, Texas Governor Greg Abbott says multiple accusations of abuse and neglect have been made regarding how Children are being treated in San Antonio. No, the governor tells reporters The calls were made to to state agencies today regarding the Freeman Coliseum, where around 1400 migrant kids are being housed Children at this facility. Are being sexually assaulted. There are not enough staff to safely supervised the Children at this facility. Abbott is asking the Texas Rangers to look into the claims. Which include child Mel nourishment allegations as well. There are also concerns coronavirus positive. Kids aren't being quarantined. And the first comic book where Superman appears, is now the most expensive comic book ever sold. Matt Manson has details the 1938 books sold for $2.25 million at an online auction. That's a lot more than the comics original price tag of 10 cents. Online auction house comic connect dot com said the previous owner made at least a million dollar profit from the sale. The book sold for so much, partly because it is a near perfect condition. Despite its age, the markets closed mixed today. The Dow gained 16 points. NASDAQ Lost nine in the S.
"2.25 million" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Is a 39 in the last couple of days. Listen to these stories that we've heard about Tom Brady. Rookie card sells for record setting $2.25 Million at auction Rare Superman Comics sells for record 3.25 Million dollars. Copy of Super Mario Brothers from 1986 sold for $660,000 and a Titanic postcard. Is set to fetch more than 15,000 at an auction. What's going what's going on? The man who knows this cat baby, the owner of a use sports, We're about to play treasure treasure with him. Hi, Scott. What's what's happening? Everything is happening. How's that? Really and then Wall Street Journal reports today that baseball card maker tops is going public through a combination with a special purpose acquisition company that sees potential for tops expansion in the digital collectibles market that they started with some maps. A few Years ago. Um, let's see. Um they posted sales of $567 million last year up 23% from the prior year. I guess people still enjoy the bazooka gum. Is that still in there? They don't put the gun that anymore. If you find a package with gum, I dare you to eat it. Yeah, right. But it seems like more of this old stuff is has got a market right? It's It's the old stuff. It's the new stuff. I think it kind of started with the new stuff, and then it worked its way backwards. Now everything is making a comeback. It's amazing. Richard Open running interesting column in the Sun times the other day. Let me just read the lead paragraph here. Every time I see a story about a cutting edge video baseball games, such as out of the park Baseball 22 or MLB, the show 21. I envy the kids and the adult kids. You can master these and other sports video games. But I also think yeah, but we had stratum, Attic and Atari home run and computer baseball, not to mention basket Sure shot hockey electric football and let's not forget the little backboard. You hung on your bedroom door for Nerf hoops. Some of those old school games from the 60 seventies and eighties rocked But some sucked. They were terrible. We just told ourselves they were great. Are all those things valuable? Now, Scott, Everything is making like it's making a comeback. These old video games. This degrading systems on these is what's really driving the prices up. People are finding these copies that are super mid condition. They're getting getting integrated putting about on the market and everybody to collect. Not everybody envisions about the collector. Everybody envisions themselves a seller and the buyer of the same time. I've never seen anything like it. And now it's spring cleaning time and people are going through their stuff, wondering if they have trash or treasure. And you're the man who can tell them the answer 31 to 91 7200 If you wanna Asks Cat 3129817200. Let's start with Iran from the Southwest side, Ron, What do you got, like E run? You have Michael Jordan Basketball Watch. I did this pull up by Abraham products, They said at the time. It was a limited edition and that but I wonder about that. Did you ever see one of those? I've seen quite a few of them, Actually. Yeah. Limited edition might have been. You know 150,000, right? Yeah. They came in like I think they came in a little basketball case. And the water was a inside. Yeah. Unfortunately, those were probably only 10 to 20 bucks type of things. All right, well, you can be. You can clean that. You can clean that one out. Ron. Thanks for the call Jose and Schiller Park. Let's find out if you've got trash or treasure. Go ahead, Jose. Good morning, guy. Hey, I've been collecting Ticket stop since I was 14 years old, and I'm 60 right now, And as of last year, I put them all behind when I'm when I'm 20 does frame up places and Hammond behind glasses. These are all taking stuff from Chicago Cubs, White Sox, the Hawks the Bulls, one of my promising ones is on there. I have Michael Jordan rookie card. And my favorite one is taking stuff from the Bears game. I think they were playing Marlins and that was the day that Walter Payton had broken the record, So I'm just carries the state. It's a very decorative piece that just wanted to think it was worth anything. Yeah, it's probably good. That one's probably got a lot of sort of a sentimental value to it because you're talking about games you went to during the season for tickets to be other bigger price. They've got to be oven express game like the Russian record game. That would be something that would draw some more money. It was just a game to a random Cubs game in July. That's more of a memory piece. Thank you, Jose. Appreciate the call Tim from Gurnee, your next. What do you got? Yeah, I got speaking of magazines. I've got the first ever issue of Sports illustrated that with the letter of authenticity from the publisher of Sports Illustrated. Their first issue on this 16 1954 54. Yeah, it's got Eddie Matthew. So the brakes on their cover That's got before something, is it? It is now let me ask you. This, though, doesn't have the original sheet of baseball cards in it. Yes, it does. Wow. Yeah, yeah, they originally put out like they're actually printed on the same stock as the magazine was, but there was a top speaking of them. I had a spread of cards in there, including Ted Williams and Willie Mays of those could go anywhere from 250 up depending on conditions. So you've got some nice They're just keep keep it in Really nice condition. Please, don't don't toss it out there. Tim, Here's rich from Aurora. Trash or treasure. What do you got Rich. I'll get that old pong game with the thing about suspected forth under TV screen and get up and ally needs sighing and trite. Oh, keep the ball bouncing back and forth. Time is crazy, and we all remember that one. Scott. Well, I like you said video games. They're starting to take a move. I actually wouldn't be the guy to tell you because there's so many different issues of park. If you have the original. I'm going to say it's going to be worth something, but they've put out pawn so many times over the years, so it would be really tough for me to tell at this point. All right. I got a couple of text to go through. I have a bull's leather threepeat jacket. Well, that was probably expensive to begin with. Are those worth anything now, Scott? Yeah, about the same. I mean, if it's a really great shape, a lot of people like to collect those and they're beautiful. Actually, most of murder or just a really nice leather jackets. Some of them could be with 5 to $700, depending We will take more calls and 312981 72 100 After a quick break. It's trash or treasure time with our pal Scott Baby who runs a sports memorabilia on Dempster in Morton Grove. And right now we'll give you a couple of pieces of information You may need.
"2.25 million" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Welcome back to the Jenners. A show Tuesday morning edition. So I gotta admit, when I get press releases in my email, I don't get overly excited. But yesterday I did get one that made me Kind of excited, and it came from Republican King County Council member Reagan done. Who wants to tackle the rise in hate crimes in our region by having a dedicated unit in the King County Sheriff's Office to address the problems, So we've invited Councilman Reagan done to join us now, and he's on the show with us. Good morning. Good morning. Thanks so much for having me. Yes. Thank you for joining us. So There are a lot of people who still don't think hate crimes are actually a problem or they don't exist at all. Or they're an overreaction. Why do you feel we need a dedicated hate crime unit in the sheriff's office with four deputies. You know, I'm a former federal prosecutor and three jurisdictions across the United States and one of the wards. Kinds of crimes we see are hate crimes. It's a crime that is particularly Bad because it praise on the particular vulnerability or difference between a ninja visual and the majority of the population. For example, somebody hate crime could be based on race or could be based on sexual orientation, then evolves another element of criminal activity. Intent and an action, for example of an assault, beating some kind of really nasty crime, and so we need to focus on those and what we had seen. Unfortunately, in the last 12 months Is nearly 150% increase in hate crimes occurring across the United States, and that's reflected two of what we've seen here locally in King County. You come from the Republican side, and I'll admit to you that when I saw that it was you that proposed this I was really excited to talk to you an interview you? Why is it that it feels that way? And it seems that That the issue about hate crime and whether it exists or doesn't seems to feel like it's a partisan issue. Why is that? Yeah, it might seem, um, but, you know, I care. Of course, there are different types of recover Republicans, different types of Democrats, right? I really think this is an issue that It's all parties. That bipartisan approach to solving it is the best way to go. A crimes are very serious, and it's not just, you know, like as a indicated to racing and can be based on a lot of different things, and what we know is that we need to begin the process of Reaching out the community and enforcing. We also know that on Lee, about one third of these hate crimes are actually reported. And and what we need to do is in addition to, you know, putting, you know some investigators in place and some prosecutors in place. We also need to work really closely with the community and do a whole lot of good outreach to the community because there Communities, Regional communities of color who don't trust law enforcement. And so it's not. Just an enforcement emphasis is a holistic approach to our beach, working with the community to raise awareness about what hate crimes are and approach it from a bipartisan perspective, that's how we get the best results. Why not? I'm just going to use some of the arguments I've heard from from people who are very adamant about not making everything. I hate crime, which I understand. Some was actually married to a prosecutor as well. That hate crimes are very hard to prove. I mean, it comes with an additional penalty, but it's also an additional Burden to come up with the proof. Um But why is it so? Important. Why don't you just say hey, we're just gonna make the you know it was an egregious crime. We're just going to make it whether it's against an Asian or black person or why don't we just make it? It's a bad crime. Why is it so important to make it a hate crime? Well, there's there's a lot of different reasons. First. Of all the reason why I wanted to create the specialized unit inside the sheriff's office is because, as you mentioned, it is really, really hard to prove these crimes because they real issue goes to intent. What is the intent? Is this person going to is the perpetrator gonna pray on somebody, for example because of their race and also commit A violent act. And because of that challenge, improving intent. It's much like other crimes is like a domestic violence, crime or like molestation of Children, For example, where you really have to have A unit that knows what they're doing in terms of investigating and prosecuting these and then with respect to your question about you, why is this so important to focus on this and call it out? The theory of prosecution is deterrence. Okay, So the idea is that you arrest investigate, Prosecute? Uh Import not only punish the offender but to send a message to others who would engage in this kind of heinous crime. Hey, in King County, we're not going to tolerate this stuff and you're gonna be prosecuted the false extent of the law and then in addition to that you have to provide important victim services in community outreach as well. So that's what we're trying to do with this unit against hate and bias. This is the voice of King County Council member Reagan done as he joins the Gene. Ursula show, you know. In November, the King County Council acts get rid of the King County Sheriff's Office gang unit. And I know that you know, talking to someone who's in and and advocates of gangs right now, um, game violence and has increased around King County. So, yes, My question is this. I was looking at some of the settlements. Ah, quick Search shows me that $2 Million settlement for a dog bite lawsuit. A $2.25 million for a box thing. Ah, $4.25 million last year. Also in the $5 million that just happened this year for the family of Tommy Lee. Is there a possibility that if we could just slow down on some of these settlements that are going out that we could also have a gang unit and a hate crime unit at the same time? Yeah, I think so. I mean, we really should have a gang unit as well as hate crime unit and I was, you know, obviously not happy with the gang unit being act actually putting up Kevin Ford to add those officers back which failed 6 to 3, but Here's one of the problems and you you raise a really good point..
"2.25 million" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"ESPN. 1000 presented by cores Light break away from the non Stop, Chill with Brian Hanley. I am Pat Boyle. Our poll question up and running right now, after dropping five of the last six games. Do you think the Blackhawks will make it to the playoffs? Early returns? 70% say no. What do you say to that one Brian, even though They've They've hit a rough patch again against the upper echelon teams in the central. They still sit in the four spot to how to Columbus. Plenty of games with, you know, Columbus and Nashville and the teams that are below them left on the slate. Just about half the schedules remaining. Do you think they'll make the playoffs? Well, I would say that these next two weeks are pretty critical because one it's such a compact short season. Too. You know, a smudge of Germany. Colton was okay with the way they played in a pretty You know, reserved game the other night was 23 to 21 shots, which against that team? I mean, I'll take that against that Tampa team. You don't want to get into a track, meet up and down the ice with them. Get that. But you can. I mean this, I said a week and a half ago, a couple we still that that guess last week that Dallas game. They pulled out was pretty critical because it just had that feeling like this thing was slipping away and the that they could go on a seven or eight game losing streak. So they've got they had that one win and other sitting there. Five of the last six On the wrong side so you can fall into bad habits and you can also get into a mental right where You just You just don't think you're good enough and you're showing up And I would say go through the motions. But you lose that edge that competitive actually carried him to this point right where you felt good about the ice every night. And even to bring said a few weeks so we're not going out skill teams. You know, we are your very self aware of what your collectively but you know what it takes and you can get two square. It's rather easily. If if you start playing or getting these results against teams, you should be beating. Go to the phone lines. 3123323776 Jonathan from Valparaiso leads us off. Welcome to the hockey show, John think morning. You guys. Can you hear me? Yeah, I can hear great. I'm just wondering about with the and mark going into the deadline with this team's direction before the season, whereas with where they're at now should stand trade him to a team that's a little bit more desperate to make a run, say, like a Toronto or Winnipeg. Or maybe Um, a filly or somewhat Islanders You can making that movie. Yeah Island. Where should they be Making a move? Well, here's the thing jobs in a great call I This is the dilemma that that you have here you have. This is where you have to look into the sports mirror and be honest with yourself. If you say you've gone up against the likes of the Tampa's the Florida's in the Carolinas, and you will have eight times. You know, throughout this 56 game schedule, and you haven't stacked up or haven't fared. Well, I told you in the 10 games against the two Florida teams, the Hawks have one win. If you say look Our prospects of beating one of those two teams in a seven game. Syriza's not very strong. I've seen enough evidence throughout the regular season that I need to look down the future. I mean, do you think the TC and Mark's stock is ever going to be higher than it is right now? He's got 10 goals on the season. The last two years. He's had 12 combined six in each of the last two years. So Matisse he and mark to somebody out there who's looking for a responsible forward who can play a 200 ft game. You can actually put the puck in the net and on. Lee makes 2.25 million. I think it is. Yeah. $2.2 million and has an expiring contract that would be very attractive to a team out there. It would not be. A adjusting their cap in the future. It would be pro rated, so you're only going to pay a portion of that 2.2 million if someone said to stand Hey, here's the second rounder, or here's a third rounder. Man, Brian, That would be hard to pass up. But the problem is, how do you look at the 22 guys in that room who have completely exceeded expectations and have bought into college in system about working and being relentless and getting on the four check and back check. How do you tell them out, guys? I'm going to take away a top six forward or top nine forward from you because I want a second or third round pick that that would be hard. Go into that room. And make that call and realize the way those players would probably react. Especially. We just heard the cut from Jeremy Colton talking about wanting to be a playoff team and how important that is, and They expect to be a playoff team. And But the G M's job is always big picture while the coach mostly maybe not to rebuild. This necessarily is toe win in the now. GM also has to protect the future of the organization. So as you said, expiring contract unrestricted free agent so you get I don't get a second, but I think it could get a third. And then do you revisit him as a free agent? Bring him back you have you have what? With the long term I our money and I have $26 million to play with Now you have to pay some guys in the upcoming season. You have to give three or four guys raises, so that's going to eat into that. But as you said, he's a relative bargain right now. And I mean, how much more is he gonna get his next contract? Probably three. Plus, but he's not gonna skyrocket right? So You might give him up for a few months, and you might be back in a hawk sweater next season. Yeah, I mean, that is that is always some You could say, Hey, look, go chase a ring. We love what you've done for this team and what you've brought, and you've shown that You're more than just the defensive four that you can put the puck in the net. And we would like toe come after you and offer you a contract. But right now we think it's in the best interest for the long term future to get some draft equity. That's a tough man. That would be a tough call. I would really struggle with that. Because The I. I always lean towards being realistic when I look at my sports teams, and when I look at the Hawks, and while I am absolutely impressed with how they have played.
"2.25 million" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
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"2.25 million" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Will acquire the operations of the Venetian for 2.25 million. The sale comes just two months after the death of CEO and Chairman Sheldon Adelson, Nevada reporting 309 new covert 19 cases with 236 from Clark County. The state's total cases now at 294,289. Clark County has a total of 227,107. States test positivity rate fell below 10% on February 20th. This continued to drop since January. 14th coming in at 7.3% Tuesday. Statewide 10 New Covert 19 related deaths were reported. Vaccination numbers going up in Nevada, the state about to receive its third vaccine from Johnson and Johnson. Data shows more than about 10% of the state's adult population has been fully vaccinated, meaning they've received both doses of either the Fizer or Mo during a vaccine so can fully vaccinated people go back to life, pre pandemic. After Michael Gardner is CEO of UNLV medicine. I do think that people can feel more comfortable going to restaurants and and doing those kinds of things, and I really do believe that we were, you know, it's early March. By Let's say the beginning of summer. We're going to see that really transform things open up. The Centers for Disease Control is expected to release guidance for fully vaccinated people later this week. President Joe Biden. Calls for Unity is the Senate readies for work on the massive pandemic relief bill. In a conference call and a rare tweet President Biden urges fellow Democrats in the 50 50 Senate. Rally behind the $1.9 trillion covert relief, bill said. Majority leader Chuck Schumer says during the conference call Fighting urged lawmakers to pass the bill and pass it soon. Some moderates are wanting more narrowly focus spending on those hardest hit by the pandemic. Republican leader Mitch McConnell is following the same game plan he took against then President Barack Obama and pushing for all his GOP colleagues to oppose the measure. Schumer says debate could start Wednesday with passage before the 14th of this month. Tim McGuire, Washington Las Vegas aviators confirmed the minor league season will be delayed, saying they're scheduled to start playing at Las Vegas Ballpark on May 6th their first game slated against the Sacramento River Cats News brought to you by yes, air conditioning and plumbing, keeping.
"2.25 million" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"With the Venetian resort, Las Vegas and the Sands Expo for $4 billion Apollo Global Management will acquire the operations of the Venetian for 2.25 million. The sale comes just two months after the death of CEO and Chairman Sheldon Adelson. Nevada reporting 309 new covert 19 cases with 236 from Clark County. The state's total cases now at 294,289. Clark County has a total of 227,107 States test positivity rate fell below 10% on February 20th. This continued to drop since January. 14th coming in at 7.3% Tuesday. Statewide 10 New Covert 19 related deaths were reported vaccination numbers going up in Nevada, the state about to receive its third vaccine from Johnson and Johnson that it shows more than about 10% of the state's adult population has been fully vaccinated, meaning they've received both doses of either the Fizer or modern a vaccine so can fully vaccinated people go back to life, pre pandemic. After Michael Gardner is CEO of UNLV medicine. I do think that people can feel more comfortable going to restaurants and and doing those kinds of things. And I really do believe that we were. You know, it's early march that by let's say the beginning of summer, we're going to see that really transform things open up. The Centers for Disease Control is expected to release guidance for fully vaccinated people later this week. President Joe Biden. Calls for Unity is the Senate readies for work on the massive pandemic relief bill. In a conference call and a rare tweet President Biden urges fellow Democrats in the 50 50 Senate. Rally behind the $1.9 trillion covert relief, bill said. Majority leader Chuck Schumer says during the conference call Fighting urged lawmakers to pass the bill and pass it soon. Some moderates are wanting more narrowly focus spending on those hardest hit by the pandemic. Republican leader Mitch McConnell is following the same game plan he took against then President Barack Obama and pushing for all his GOP colleagues to oppose the measure. Schumer says debate could start Wednesday with passage before the 14th of this month. Tim McGuire. Washington Las Vegas Aviators confirmed the minor league season will be delayed, saying they're scheduled to start playing at Las Vegas Ballpark on May 6th their first game slated against the Sacramento River Cats News brought to you by yes. Air conditioning and plumbing, keeping you cool in the summer warm in the winter and available anytime your plumbing won't go with the flow schedule your heating and plumbing checkup today by visiting the Yes, man can calm License number 71233 and 71246 with a check on our weather. Here's news three's Kelly current. We're expecting increasing clouds as we have throughout the day today, and winds will be picking up in the afternoon. They'll be out of the Southeast at about 10 to 20 MPH with gusts up to 35 highs today, still topping out in the upper sixties. People think more. Updates throughout the day from news, three year Weather Authority Sonny and 43 in Las Vegas and John Shaper on the new 115 FM 7:20 A.m. Kate on time for traffic brought to you by salmon ash injury law because you deserve what What do you want to dodge it all? What do you want to talk about? I have no doll. What's done that are way could switched to progressive to Oh, yeah, we could switch to progress and stop call. We could stop it enough to buy Somes. Oh, yeah, Let's switch to progress. It's a doll and get them some of the money we solved. No, no, we're gonna talk about all these days. Nothing is normal and everything is weird, But you could still say big when you switched to progressive..
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"I c I properties will buy the property and all assets associated with the Venetian resort Las Vegas and the Sands Expo for $4 Billion Apollo Global Management will acquire the operations of the Venetian for 2.25 million. The sale comes just two months after the death of CEO and Chairman Sheldon Adelson, Nevada reporting 309 new covert 19 cases with 236 from Clark County. The state's total cases now at 294,289. Clark County has a total of 227,107 States test positivity rate fell below 10% on February. 20th miss continued to drop since January 14th coming in at 7.3% Tuesday. Statewide 10 New Covert 19 related deaths were reported vaccination numbers going up in Nevada, the state about to receive its third vaccine from Johnson and Johnson that it shows more than about 10% of the state's adult population has been fully vaccinated, meaning they've received both doses of either the Fizer or modern a vaccine so can fully vaccinated people go back to life, pre pandemic. After Michael Gardner is CEO of UNLV medicine. I do think that people can feel more comfortable going to restaurants and and doing those kinds of things. Uh and I really do believe that we were. You know, it's early march that by let's say the beginning of summer, we're going to see that really transform things open up. The Centers for Disease Control is expected to release guidance for fully vaccinated people later this week. Resident Joe Biden. Calls for Unity is the Senate readies for work on the massive pandemic relief bill. In a conference call and a rare tweet President Biden urges Federal Democrats in the 50 50 Senate. Rally behind the $1.9 trillion covert relief, bill, said. Majority leader Chuck Schumer says during the conference call fighting urge the lawmakers to pass the bill and pass it soon. Some moderates are wanting. Morton narrowly focus spending on those hardest hit by the pandemic. Republican leader Mitch McConnell is following the same game plan he took against then President Barack Obama and pushing for all his GOP colleagues to oppose the measure. Schumer says debate could start Wednesday with passage before the 14th of this month. Tim McGuire, Washington Las Vegas aviators confirmed the minor league season will be delayed, saying they're scheduled to start playing at Las Vegas Ballpark on May 6th their first game slated against the Sacramento River Cats News brought to you by yes. Air conditioning and plumbing, keeping you cool in the summer warm in the winter in available anytime your plumbing won't go with the flow schedule your heating and plumbing checkup today by visiting the Yes Man can calm license number 71233 and 71246 with the check on our weather. Here's news stories. Kelly current where expecting increasing clouds since we had throughout the day today, and winds will be picking up In the afternoon. They'll be out of the Southeast. That about 10 to 20 MPH with gusts up to 35 highs today, still topping out in the upper sixties..
"2.25 million" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
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