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"20 grand" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Paid almost 20 grand markup on it It should have been a $50,000 car I was a $70,000 car So people who are trying to buy a car right now they're traveling states away they're waiting weeks or months or they're just giving up for now which is frankly what I did I'm so sorry to hear that What is keeping the supply down Well it has been the single biggest reason driving this is a shortage of computer chips These little tiny semiconductors are everywhere in vehicles these days Earlier this year I spoke to Chris peritus He's a Professor of automotive engineering at Clemson university He said they're not just in the obvious places like touch screens For instance most vehicles now have a pressure sensor inside the tires The seats themselves have definitely lots of sensors That's how a car can warn you if your tires need more air or remind you to buckle your seatbelt But all these chips they were really disrupted by the pandemic like a lot of products were demand disappeared it roared back it through the entire supply chain just completely out of whack So now automakers can't make as many vehicles as they would like It millions fewer vehicles than they would manufacture otherwise So you've got supply down you have a lot of wealthier families who have a fair amount of cash on hand right now And add it all up price is just skyrocketed Okay so we know the chip shortage is not going to go away and weeks or months could be a year or more What else is ahead in 2022 Well the big story we're going to be watching is a dramatic increase in electric vehicles every single automaker.
"20 grand" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"To writer than you 20 bucks. Not 20 grand, not 20 Grand and Abraham Lincoln actually might be an Andrew Jackson. It is really good at the facts. Five batters Trivia. I like it that wrong not easily do right as you. The name is ironic on CBS Sports radio. I think that was yesterday. Tom takes a lot of pleasure in those moments. I want to try to get to the whisper Ponyo. We may not be able to the segment, so if that's not possible, we've got a bunch of calls here at 855 to 1 to four CBS and we love You're listening Pennsylvania in Dallas in Miami. We'll see if bogus is around later in the show. We have to utilize bogus because he's the only person has access. To the west for a phone. I think the Western phone is bogus. Like Batman, and you know, almost like Clark Kent. That's not too bad man is Bruce Wayne. Been a long week. Still have my laptop still can't find my things. We'll see. A bogus is scheduled like 855 to 1 to four. CBS is the phone number. Let's get some reaction to last night's game. And let me give you my perspective, which can be bias. I think Mike McCarthy is about as good as a head coach as I am a professional basketball player, which is not particularly good. I worry about Zeke, where he's at in his career being the fact that he's been And I've always been I don't think a dac Doubter. I've been deck agnostic, and I'll acknowledge he was awesome. He was awesome last night. I'm just not sure he's on an awesome team. All right. Let's get 855 to 1 to four G B s. Well that well that diesel crow a little bit in a minute, And there's little peacock thing, although to be fair In putting money down. Love Dallas Deputy money down. Let's uh let's go Dallas Francois with our buddy, Thanks for calling back in your on CBS Sports radio. Hey, what's going on, man? I appreciate you taking my column if you could put me on hold so I could hear response. I appreciate it. I want to go back to the drive before the end of the game when Brady got the ball back. Right? If Connor Williams doesn't get called for holding and they get a first down right there, samples got two timeouts left that run the clock down. They kick. The field goal was probably about 26 seconds left to go in the game. And that speaks to knowing how to win. Right. You can't get a holding call right there. Then the drive couple drives before that, when they were backed up inside their own 15. They go three and out on the road against defending Super Bowl champ You can't do that. And where Now the last point I want to make is been referenced to Z. Kelly. Right. I mean, I'm a I'm an ugly football kind of guy like running the football and play actions taken off of that, because obviously we all know that that keeps your quarterback upright. But having said that you can see very clearly within the first quarter and a half with the game plan was and I believe that campus secondary even before they lost the corner in the first half. Got exposed. In a big way. Because the idea was attacked them with their skill players on the perimeter. So that's why the cat 11 carries. They weren't going to make a living running the football against those two big tackles inside, Nor were they going to make a living running the ball out on the edge. So what did they do? Attack them with bubble screens? They attacked them with quick throws. When they had the opportunity. They went down the field, right? They just haven't learned how to win yet. And even though the defense gave up 31 points, and then I get that But that's against Tom Brady at home. I think the defense was better in a lot of ways. France. I love the call Put you on hold almost dropped. You didn't do it. It's a fair, It's a fair point. If Tampa Bay has a weakness, it is their secondary. And they have a menacing maybe the most menacing. Defensive line in the National Football League. Wasn't going to be an easy night. Very Zeke. And maybe not the appropriate test. Alice ran the football 14 times on the night Z got 11 carries for I think it was 32 or 3 33 yards. It was a paltry performance. I just don't think that he is physically the fact that he used to be And if he is, he's on the cost of that changing. Running backs have really, really short shelf lives in the National Football League. You make it 345 years you've done you've done a pretty good job. That's where we're at with the we're past that point. We'll be tested down the line. We'll We'll see. And you're right. Dallas played the defending champions, and that that's not an easy thing to do. The problem becomes, and we saw this in a small sample size last year, so it may not be fair. My issue becomes even if you think Dallas is defense is better than advertiser better than than the 31 points they gave up in that 31 29 lost yesterday. Even if I don't think that even if you think Zeke is going to be really good again, and I have my doubts about that It's hard to make a reasonable argument that Mike McCarthy is a great coach still or a good coach. We've seen some pretty remarkable performances from Dallas. And some lackluster Results and that comes down to coaching. And you're right. It was a marginal holding call, but it was Francois. It was a whole It was it was it was holding. You go you go to last year. And the fact that when Dak had an incredible start to the season The Cowboys were still two and three and, Yeah, they lost in Seattle. They lost to the Browns..
"20 grand" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"You know, and then some of these young guys gotta come on, you know, but when you're kind of top heavy with finances, you know that's what you gotta do so Well, hopefully we'll stay healthy and try and get these younger guys better. I feel good about the top guys. Young guys gotta come on. We have any money. Read between the lines. The guys in between the guys that aren't the top guys that aren't the guys we just drafted aren't very good at football. Wish me luck. I'm sure Here's GM love that and a huge chunk of that that money that he's talking about being financially handcuffed, a huge part of the the cap hit that's on this roster. Comes from Kirk Cousins. It does. And that's just that's the and they were. I understand why they extended the three year deal that initially gave him when he left Washington. I don't think you have a choice. It's just a catch 22 because Kirk cousins is really good until the moment matters, and then he's really bad, and that is just what he is and what he's been. Is that going to change? I'm not sure it would change if you had a really deep roster and a whole bunch of pieces on there. Although we'll see before I got about a minute left to talk to you selling something Decell. How about you take $10? Maybe 2020 You take less than a pedicure, Apparently. And you put it on Tampa Bay tonight. You just feel that adrenaline rush gambling rush. Could do it. But then I wouldn't say I'm rooting for the Cowboys to win, but I do want to see them play well, I would just want to see them play well, they're not going to win this game. So I could you know what I'll do it. I I will do it. Yes. You live in Jersey, right? I do so you can do this legally like we all do like I certainly do. I mean, you you just open the old app. Thank you stayed in New Jersey. One of the places. Then I started to give Americans the freedom to gamble Somebody they want unexcited. Don't bet Two grand, though. At 20. Don't get crazy $20 not 20 bucks. Not 20 grand, not 20 grand. Abraham Lincoln. Actually, it might be an Andrew Jackson. It is really good at the facts, so I'm battered trivia. I like it that wrong. Not easy to do rather than you. The name is ironic. Okay, um, that is that is a show. Cannot wait for Thursday night.
"20 grand" Discussed on KTRH
"The bathrooms, New flooring new paint new roof new A C I mean, it was a disaster $45,000 in rehab. I'm gonna have about $10,000. Dollars in closing and holding costs. Closing and holding costs. So when you look at the all in price, and this is important You're all in price when you talk about real estate. Is the purchase price. The rehab costs. And the closing and holding costs. People will literally talk to me. They'll go. Yeah, I bought my home. I gotta steal deal. I got 10,000 off. Okay, so it was worth 300 You got it for 2 90. What were your closing costs? Seven. You didn't get a good deal. You paid full price for that property. Um So don't lie to yourself. Whenever you talk real estate always include everything, closing costs and purchase price and rehab. In this case when you add those three together He comes up to 1 70. The A. R B is 200. If you went to Wells Fargo. This deal would be close to $70,000 out of pocket. $70,000 If you're a member of total wealth Academy And you use our mortgage companies. It's 20 grand out of pocket. Not 70. Grand 20 grand out of pocket you can buy Literally 3 to 4 times as much real estate with our mortgage companies, then UK and using Wells Fargo Chase or somebody like that. So let's look at how it makes you money. The first and most important is cash flow. This is What I brag about. I'm so good at Is producing cash flow. In this case, the rent is going to be 17 50. The principal interest, taxes and insurance is going to be around 1100. We're gonna take out 300 for maintenance and vacancy. That's gonna leave a cash flow of about 3, 50 or $4200 per year. I guess.
Djokovic Wins Wimbledon, Tying Nadal and Federer's Record
"Bounced back from losing the first set and men's singles title at Wimbledon and win his record tying 20th Grand Slam. Djokovic wins in four sets 67646463 over Italian Matteo Beretta Teeny jokers now has six titles at Wimbledon and equals Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal with 20 Grand Slam titles.
Novak Djokovic to Face Matteo Berrettini in Wimbledon Final
"Once again on the verge of history. Novak Djokovic serves down the center. That's what champions do they serve aces and they're into another Wimbledon finally slashes his chest. The dream of 1/20 Grand Slam title is firmly alive was the call today on Wimbledon radio as Djokovic, a straight sets winner in his semifinal win over Canada's Dennis Shampoo of Olive Djokovic moves into the Wimbledon final, where he will take on Italy's Matteo Beretta. Teeny on Sunday, Djokovic seeking a record 20th career Grand slam that would tie him with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, for the most all time and in the NBA, former Wizards
"20 grand" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"You broke me first. It's Valentine in the morning. It's my FM. Good morning, Everybody happy Wednesday. I know Jill. You said a minute ago that you thought it was Tuesday all morning. This feels like a Monday for me. We just can't keep anything straight. I've been gone for a week. We had our little little summer vacation to staying with friends in San Diego. And it really was great. It looks like so much fun. Yeah, it was. I mean, they have a beautiful house, So we just stay with them. Normally, when we would do this would go down and, like, rent a house or something. We just didn't want to mess with it. I don't know why we just decided to stay with friends and save some money. And it was It was great. It really was a great, uh, little mind clearing. You know, week in San Diego for us. It was nice, and it's nice to be back with you guys. Well, we're happy to have you back. We gave away a ton of money while you were gone. I saw. I know I'm still you know, following along on social media, you guys had to What's that noise winners that first one was huge, Massive. Just 20 grand. Massive. Yeah. Oh, my God. My pants almost fell off the hallway. Guys saw that shoes and Wade. No, I think my belly is finally pushing the pants down enough that I feel like losing weight. But that's not the case is going to be a suspenders guy. I should. Oh, my God. Do I have suspenders? Okay, So I had with the coffee public in one hand and a bunch of mugs and the other so I couldn't grab my pants. And my pants were falling down. What kind of pants are you wearing? Jeans are just loose. Whatever. Okay, so running down the hall and Brian Appstore, Kevin and I'm like my pants are falling down Bright. You didn't see the clear on the air. Joe Brian reaches to grab my pants to pull them up. It is nowhere to grab. I'm here for you, man. Whatever you need. Who did? I worked up a sweat that was the fastest Because they did an Auburn Tate McRae holy cow. Your hands up now, though, I don't know. Free Britney. Brady's getting out today, man. She's talking today, huh? She's talking herself for the first time in court today she might speak to the press here. Britney Spears. She's been trying to get out of this conservative ship. Since 2014, you know, Yeah, Antonio the stuff that came out yesterday, the court documents and the things that she said people are now finding videos like, for instance, for Las Vegas residency when she said that she was performing with 100 and four degree fever. There's now people posting the videos of her telling the crowd. I'm sick. I have a fever and she was being forced to perform and wow. Yeah, so I I really hope this is an emergency meeting today, right? This is this has been planned. This is an emergency meeting. Yeah, This is more. This is an emergency request in her part for this meeting. Okay, so she's got something big has written court documents last night. What a weird thing. She has something big She's asking for. Yeah, she wants out Well, she wants the other other woman to take over instead of her dad as her relationship. Yeah, with Sam. Do you want to get married? I don't know. That might be it too. Well, there are some conspiracy theories there that think that Sam is a part of the machine keeping really sort of a prison because her dad's been improving all of our friends, you know, so $60 million does that to you? That's the amount of money she has against 60 million bucks. Holy cow. There's so much to say about this that I just I'm obsessed with Britney Spears while you're holding back. We'll look at the time. First of all, but never stopped. When has staying on time on this show ever stopped us? What makes me so mad when I saw that she made like a million dollars per show in Vegas for her residency, and she was given two grand $2000 where the rest like to play with to you for spending right, So the rest of money just goes into the kitty. So to speak. Well, her dad was taking a share of it, Of course, conservative ships to one of the critics criticism that is people profit off the conservative ships he had to like. Make every decision for even like her kitchen cabinet. Uh, you know, he had to say what color they were going to be, and all of her security guards kept all over credit cards locked up, and he's been trying to get out for so long documentary. I haven't watched it. But from what I know about it presents it presents me care of Isis, a troubled Past with alcohol for the father. The father who wasn't there during her youth represents all that, right? Yeah, Yeah. She's getting out of it today. You think something big's happening today? Something big with Britney Spears is happening today. Help $60 million. She was trying to get out since 2014 these unsealed secret documents say something's happening today. I'm honestly surprised that she's not worth more than $60 million. I realize that's a ton of money. But to be as big as she has been for so long in terms spent a lot of the restaurant, see. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. What was your residency? How much? It was a million per show. How many shows so? She was there for years? Yeah. Was that like to her, though? Is that the cost of like, Hey, we'll give you a million bucks to put on this show. Oh, yeah, Never, just like a straight up check for the artist. Right? The art of second million Israel pain production costs. You're taking care of all that stuff herself who is in charge of that? Is there a company behind it? Everything. You know, And then your dad gets 85% You know how it is. Yeah, I thought it was a funny joke fell flat with the 85% thing. Yeah, her. It's not far off.
"20 grand" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I'm more worried about the other things you say on the air Rocks would be no Jenelle. Whose work What are you asking me about? Oh, we're going You're going to Jenelle for information here. Absolutely. I don't even know what that because I'm the only one that laughs at his jokes. Somebody look up Affirmation. Let me know 31 to 91 720. W G s, like a confirmation only different. The irony that David Hochberg worries about other people. What they say on Look at this. Mr. Thank you. Joke. Look at your You don't want to screw with two Joes. At first of all, we got a memo to stay in your lane and don't interrupt the news people during their show. You got that? Everybody got the memo. Stay in your leg, right? Just stay in your lane. Don't interrupt the news people because they got to hit their marks. And I'm being respectful. I don't bother. I don't bother the news, guys. I think Dave clipping alone. Okay, even though that what about Don Clementi leave him alone. But don't worry about jumping it. Don Both of them. He's got a twin brother Don, and that's just and that's Dave. Okay, Everyone is a named Dave. Mr Nurses list over there. Okay, So, Joe, who do you think says you're off color things on the Army or David? Well, Joe, I think David Hochberg would be the answer to that question. Absolutely. We're going to get another member. Oh, we're gonna get another memo that the sports people should let the host do their show. I'd interrupt. I don't think they care about I accept from 10 to 1 of Saturn's Alright, Joe. You fired the first shot, buddy. Be prepared. 3129817200 Microprose, Joe, I was ready. I was getting ready to introduce you. I had everything prepped and that Joe jumps in and interrupt. I didn't mind in mind because he was attacking me. I feel attack. David. I would like a picture from somebody that doesn't want to do their whole bathroom. They just want to know what we can tune up in it. So you're doing kitchen bathrooms or kitchens. Don't do the whole thing. We could fix it up for about what? 10 15 20 grand It's a pretty wide range, but depending on the picture, If you send us a picture will respect I'm giving you an out here. 31 to 91 7200. So if you had to redo Joe's moustache right in the Sports department, right when you touch a hair on, Joe said he looks good. He looks good. Yeah. Mhm. Stay in your lane. If you have Cadillacs three. What? You what? 70 00 you are Listen to hold, you know Chicago and F 7 20. W G M..
"20 grand" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"So, yes, you could get a better interest rate and then taking out 15 or $20,000. You could go up to 80% of the value of your house. So if the house is worth 2 50 I can't do that in my head to 50 times. 80% is 200,000. How much do you owe on it? I am 110,000, and it's only worth 190,000. Okay, so if it's worth 190, you can go up to 80%. Well, you don't need to go up that high. You just need to borrow 15 or $20,000. And at the same time you're getting a lower interest rate. Quote called the office up. You have that 800 number I dont I do. What is it? 1 805 555, But there's a 3 to 1 ahead of it. 321555 I That's great in my contact. Great. Call them up and find out from them before you call them. Look at your mortgage payment right now. See what your principal and interest payment is and your escrow. And then when you call them say If I wanted to pull out 20 grand. What would my new payment be? And it should be a lot less than what you're paying right now. And you have 20 grand in your hands. I'm sorry. My payment right now It's 8 75. And that's with an escrow account with your taxes and insurance. Yes, sir. Okay. Well, if you borrowed Is that if your 1 10 if you borrowed 1 40, let's just say 1 40. Mm on a 30 on if if that's if you want to stay with the 30 Year loan. Your payment would go through your principal and interest would be 5 90. I don't know what your principal I don't know how much your escrow account is, but I figure it's probably gonna be about 100 and 50 for your taxes and $80 for your insurance. I'm guessing a little bit. So you're going to probably be about eight about 8 20. You could have third. You could have $30,000 in your hand or if you only want to borrow 20. Your payment will go down. You suppose that I wanted a 15 year mortgage? Okay, that you could get down Well, with the loan amount of small So you're probably looking at two and three quarters. So if you borrowed 100 you want to 20 grand out rights We wanna borrow 130,000. Yes, sir. On a 15 year at two and three quarters Yeah, Your payment would be your principal and interest would be 8 82. So your payment's gonna would probably go up about 200 bucks a month. But you have a 15 year loan. And you'd have 30 and you'd have $30,000 in your hand. Thank you, right. So do you think with my credit score, I qualify. Well, you have to gather. Do you have to tell them your income? Uh are you retired? Okay. My income is only $25,000 a year with my husband passing. Okay. Well, if you have no other bills $4000 a month should qualify. You just you're gonna be tight, but you should be right about there because your loan to value is going to be very low. A swell The house is going to be worth almost 200,000. You're only borrowing 130 or 140. So you're going to be probably around 60% of the value of the house. I'm s h a right now. You rest. Okay? Okay. Well, you're paying that okay. Ah, veteran were fhk. Well, he was better, but we hope you got enough. They say we leave Did we did so many wrong things? 40 years You should have used his V A. But F a chaise. You could see you have two large choices there. You could do a streamlined, refinance and just lower your interest rate. 22 and three quarters So your payment will come down about $150 a month or if you want to pull that cash out to pay off his debts, then you have to do a regular refinancing go conventional. Okay. Okay. Good. I mean, so So there's hope. I think you're gonna be tight on your income Do you get do you get Social security? Yeah. What it is Social Security. That's your 25,000 year. Yes, OK, it's going to get my life until I had a quick to take care of him, right?.
Osaka Won't Talk To Press At French Open, Citing Mental Health Concerns
"Body of tennis, the Women's Tennis Association, said that they would welcome dialogue today with the one of the best players on the tour, the world's number two player. Naomi Osaka. She made a decision Tom to boycott the news conference at Roland Garros for the French Open, and she's saying the nature of the questions negatively effects. Her mental well being. And so she understands his fines like you get fined. They have rules. You have two players could be fined up to 20 grand for skipping a media conference and she's cool with it. She said. She's okay with any sanction. Um, you know, she's she's you know, she made $55 million over the last year. So he's doing okay? Yeah, she's doing okay. Um, and she's used her platform in the past, You know, to highlight issues that are important to her. She's talked about police violence. She's talked about racial and inequality. Um, And she basically says I'm not going to the her argument is is that the questions are often times the same questions that she's been asked many times in the past. And bottom line is the questions, make her uncomfortable and make her doubt herself. And she finished up her comments by saying, I'm not going to subject myself to people that doubt me. And there's been.
"20 grand" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Today with Brad White, he is with obscene and white retirement income solutions. I'm Jen Rezac alongside and Brad. So eye opening when you think about the fact that So many of us are are making decisions that can be harmful to us. We're doing things at the wrong time. You can see why some people might just say. All right, forget it. If I'm going to be making all the wrong decisions when it comes to trying to grow my money, How about I just get out of this and put it all somewhere safe? I mean, is that a direction that some people take Well, they biggest problem I have is when they hop back and forth. Okay, so the average person is buying and selling at the wrong time. That's one of the reasons returns are so poor, you know, they get caught up in the hype when something's doing grates, or they've heard this thing on TV has done really well. Then they get panicked when news is bad, and they sell, right? Mm. What's the five most dangerous words of an investor ever makes then this time will be different. You got it officially trained you. You have been initiated. I got it right. I promise you I can handle this portfolio markets go up or down. I understand how that works. And then a pandemic happens and you call me to sell And I tell you now is the worst time to sell and you go? Yeah, Brad, but this time will be different. Now this is because it's very emotional to see your money. Go down the retirement. Why does this happen if you're right, Nothing else down. And if you're driving, don't write this down, obviously, right? But if you're right, nothing else down in general. Investments, working percentages, but your life works in dollars. Yeah, Investments work in percentages. But your life works in dollars there if you very important ways this sentence Manifest itself and have you make either great decisions because of it or really poor ones. Here's the one that we're talking about right now. The emotional impact on the swings of the market now that you have a bigger nest egg Can be devastating for people. So it's the emotional impact on the swings in the market. Now, do you have a bigger nest egg? So again? Investments work in percentages. Right? Let's say you were 25 or 30 years old and you have started your 41 cane. You got 20 grand in there. The market goes down 30% you lost $6000 That doesn't hit your brain in such a visceral way. Like you're gonna panic. Now, If you've been fortunate enough to save a million dollars over your life, and now 30% loss happens. That's a $300,000 loss. It is the exact same investment experience. It's the same market cycle that will naturally happen over time. But your brain sees the dollar amount of freaks out. It's harder. It's harder to do that. It's harder to took control that so having good portfolio managers, good fiduciary advisers not on Lee are designed to pick better funds. Pick better allocation, run an efficient portfolio and ideally, make good returns that way, but it's also really meant to keep you on track over time. To set things up in a way that makes sense for your retirement. That's comfortable and it gets the job done. You are either the person that's right to do that for yourself. And if so great. Do not hire somebody. You could save the fees. That makes sense if you are not the right person to do all that for your portfolio. Most expensive thing you're going to do is not hire somebody period. We see it all the time, another way that investments working percentages, But life works in dollars another way that this sentence manifest itself. The bigger portfolio, you have automatically creates bigger returns and bigger income for you. And if you lose it, you also lose the income. So again if you have a million dollar portfolio, and something makes 4%. It'll generate 40,000 year of income. Great. And if you don't lose money, you could do that every year just off the earnings. Well, if you spend too much to earlier lose too much too early, and you've got 500 grand the same 4% on Lee urge you 20,000. He did just lose the money. You lost the income that that money will produce for the rest of your retirement. There's a couple of examples of giving your right there. But he's there. It's almost like mind tricks for people, Jen. It's just if you don't study the stuff that living breathing this all day long you're not thinking in these terms like I am is a portfolio manager the same way that I probably walk around my house differently than someone who's in construction like a general contractor. And Lord knows I, Brad White. Better not try to fix anything around the house. I will call the lot more damage to it. Period in the story. I've got my own profession. I need to hire somebody over there. I can trust if you've not got in a retirement plan built. 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"20 grand" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"A year after year, the music industry was facing huge cutbacks due to flagging revenues. And it's hard to feel much sympathy if I'm being really honest because the industry was also known for Not just being insanely profitable for many years, but also for a rather heated mystic approach to business, their legendary stories about parties and drug use and lavish offices for record label executives and crazy bonuses that they enjoyed mostly at the expense of the musicians who are creating the stuff the record labels were selling. And there were some artists who likewise enjoyed comparable lifestyles. But for every Madonna, you had hundreds of artists who are making maybe a decent living. But they were not not getting rich or some people who weren't even able to get by even as being assigned artist with a record label. So generally speaking, artists weren't being paid anything until an album published And then they would get some money and in order to make serious money to really make back enough money to justify the amount of time you spent recording the album, the album sales had to do really, really well. Then the artist would get royalties, which are a percentage of each sale, And I think I need to give you a quick word on how royalties typically works. You understand? How this model tends tol work in the entertainment business. So in the negotiation phase, and artists and a label or a publisher come to an agreement, and that agreement typically includes a guaranteed payment on delivery or publication of content. So in this case we're talking about The analgesic dropping, so the artist comes up to the record label, and they say, all right when the album drops the record labels going to pay the artist $50,000. That's a decent chunk of change. 50 grand. That's nothing to sneeze at. But it's not gonna make anyone rich, right. It's not gonna make them shot for a brand new house in Beverly Hills or anything now, along with that negotiation. Is the royalty rate. So let's just say, for the purposes of an example that the rate is five cents per copy sold. Now. Does that mean when the first copy of the album is purchased that the artist gets a shiny new nickel? No, because the nickel typically actually goes to pay off the $50,000 that the publisher initially paid the artist. So, in other words, you have to pay off that $50,000 guaranteed payment before you start accumulating royalties after that, and there are one million nickels and $50,000 so the record label would need to sell a million copies of the album before the artist would start to see any money in royalties. And then from that point forward, they would get a nickel off of every sale. So if an album does really, really well and still sells millions and millions of copies, and artists can make some serious cash through royalties, And as long as the album is in print, the potential to earn those royalties continues, you know, as long as the album is still available to purchase as new Then you could still be making money off a classic album or re master years after you first publish it, depending upon the contract negotiations he went through before. But if the album only receives modest sales, then the artist won't get any royalties at all. Like if they don't sell a million copies, they never pay off that 50 grand. However, they also don't have to pay back the difference. The publisher. It's not like Oh, well, we only sold $30,000 worth of the album. If we look at your royalty rate, you don't have to return 20 grand. You keep the 50,000. After CD sales started to decline in 2000, the record label companies began to face some pretty harsh realities. Things got worse year after year, they had to start laying off employees. It was a very drastic change from the days where and looked like there was no end in sight. To all the parties and all the drugs and all the bad behaviors. I never occupied that worlds. I don't know if all of that behavior stopped once. Things started getting more real for the record labels or if they just kept doing it in the hopes that maybe that would help ease the pain. I wasn't there, so I don't know. But the years from 2000 and 2010 were really, really rough on the industry in general, now in 2008, the streaming service Spotify launched and it would become one of the most important Players in the streaming game that the time it wasn't seen as the savior of the music industry. But things have changed since then. The streaming model pays record labels a royalty fee per stream as typically a fraction of a fraction of a penny per stream. So let's say a A play of a recording is a stream now, according to a survey by digital Music News and 2018. The royalty rate range from $20180.397. Would be on Spotify $2.783 on Apple music, and it's not a one size fits all rate record labels could negotiate those rates on behalf of artists and influential artist sometimes have the clout to demand that their work remain off the server services entirely If they think the royalty rates are too low, Lots of artists have done this Adele, for example. They've said no. I'm not going to allow my music to be on those services because the royalty fee they're paying is far too low. Ah, lot of artists, however, don't have that cloud. They don't really have any option. What became really clear later on was that these tiny fractions of a penny really do add up when you start looking at them collectively, and the big reason for that is it's not a one time occurrence per customer. So the profit margins on CDs were great. The royalties were more profitable per sale at first glance, but when you go out to buy a CD as a customer, you buy it. Just the one time you're not gonna go buy a new copy of the same CD every time you want to listen to the CD. Just listen to the one you've got, so CD sales had a natural curve to them. It would peak often right around release or if a single from the album got a lot of radio play, and then sales would drop off gradually. But with streaming a payment goes through with every stream, So every time a person listens to the same song, it triggers a payment. A royalty payment. So if you put a song on repeat, let's say that you got a song that you particularly like, and it's just stuck in your head. You gotta You gotta listen to it like 20 times and rode. This happens to me all the time. That's actually 20 royalty payments. They end up going to that record label into that artist. A portion of it goes to the artist. So while the initial Amount is less than what you would get with a CD sale. You do it way more frequently, because it's every time you.
"20 grand" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The pit boss, you brought, like 20 of them. We're all wearing those. You know, he's betting 45,000 hand, right? Right. So anyway, that's kind of guy. You want to go. I brought you new uniforms in Venice. That is such a nonsense. Do you still have that jacket? I'm sure you get all the time. I were all time. I'll send you a picture. But when we're done with the interview, I would love to see that Steve did Larry Flynt ever bet sports No. You know, like, like J D like maybe Super Bowl Hey, I want you know 20 grand or 50 grand on this and we would let him just because who would watch? Shall we let him use his credit line? But no, He was a big sports better. That's a good question. Let me ask you this going back to the movie The people versus Larry Flynt, which you told me that Larry Flynt was very close to what he Harrelson did Did he believe that That movie truly represented all the real events that took place and that was a real life type movie? Or did he ever complain to you that all this didn't happen or that didn't happen? He loved it, he said. It was very accurate. And he said after the movie has permanent subscriptions of the back when you subscribe, you know, went up over 20% and never looked back. And you know what? Give me example. I'm from Kansas. You know, I'm his white, as you can be did not approve of Larry Flint's magazines and publications. I made her sit down and said, Mom, this is one of my biggest players. And we watched the people versus Larry Flynt. And afterwards she's like I understand that because you're right, right? You know, he should have one. If you don't like it, don't buy it, but it is right. What do you think? What Azaz Being a big Democrat. I guess we could talk political a little bit here as Larry Flynt was, as you mentioned a huge Democrat. Did he ever talk to you about Donald Trump? In the last four years? I'm curious what His opinions were on Donald Trump. Just say hey, did not like the man. What was his favorite politician like somebody that he talked about a lot. Clinton. He loved Bill Clinton. Really? Do you think a part of that was a womanizing? Do you think a part of that was the fact that Bill Clinton was sort of a playboy himself for lack of a better term would say Yes, I remember. I don't know the exact details. You guys can Google it. But remember when the Clinton thing came up about Monica Lewinsky wasn't Larry. They got the speaker to resign. He offered like $100,000. Anyone had proved that a Republican and fooled around or something convinced that this is Larry Flynt did do part of that. Yes. Okay, so, Yeah. Yes. I think that was part of it. And he was really upset about that impeachment because, you know, and so he got. I want to say you got two or three. People to step down because that because we all know if they were all honest, you know, it was just a donor. Thought it. Was he a donor to the Democratic Party. I would imagine he wasps that I don't know. No, no knowledge As I see him. I see him very opposite to Sheldon Adelson in some ways, but also similar fairly close in age. Tons of money you have. Sheldon Adelson, who's a big Republican, was a huge Republican donor. And then you have Sheldon Adelson, who is way on the other side now very different people in a lot of different ways, But they both, you know, you know, did a lot for charity and raise money for charity and helped a lot of people and they're both. I don't want to say polarizing figures, but they both at times said and did things that a lot of people disagreed with as well right. Yeah, Yeah. I don't know about the relationship. I know that, you know, Showing, of course, was against online gambling. Very liked it. Larry wanted a gambling kiosk on every corner. Well, why not? Why not? I mean, I don't do you think? Do you think that Larry Flynt had a gambling problem? No. He was very disciplined Brian and gambles in is, um Within his means, And here's the other thing is, people don't realize most guys come in fright, like most of my players are like this. They need to and I'm one of these guys. I need to break even until about an hour before the limo Sunday takes me back to the airport, and then I win and go home. If a guy wins Friday night Eight or 10 grand. He thinks he's gonna win 30 by Sunday, and he's writing me a check before he leaves. It was different with Larry Flynt. I think Larry up, you'd always land. Same time. Two o'clock Friday afternoon. We'd come in. Have a little something to eat and start firing it up Saturday morning. He's up a million dollars. Stevie. I'm out of here because he knew if he stays got his own G five. What does he you know, He doesn't care. He's gone, okay. He would leave early because he's a winner. So you know, the bad thing is he would you know, eat like, you know, he was happy to sometimes win a little lose a lot Eat like a bird and poop like a moose. We don't right, Right. Go home. Hey, this trip I want 3 400,000, But then we'd lose it Be 23 million. He's very disciplined. Did he go? Did it gambling problem at all? Did you ever go with him to one of his own strip clubs? Oh, yeah. Tell me about that, please. I was the most popular host. I mean, even the ones that hate me would call me so even yet wherever he was, even if he would be a Venetian, he can't say Hey, come over here. We're going to the club, and he had his own booth at the hospital club. Okay, so hold on. Hold on. This is an underlining you have so many unbelievable stories. You write about a lot of them in your book, Steve. But we gotta talk about this. This is unbelievable. You're hanging out with Larry Flynt, which is unbelievable in itself. I envy you for that. And you're going with Larry Flynt to his own strip club. That's like a guy's dream. Can you please explain trouble? Get in. We kind of do a laugh downstairs. You know kids, yet he is like a V I P box will call it like fixed like established, that's all okay like dark. Earth tones and stuff. And so no. And then he's like, Who do you like Stevie, you know, And then I was amazing. Yes, very, very fun time. What is it? Like what, Like are all the women coming up to him taking pictures with them? Like what is that? Like Liberty and the DJ beyond guess who just came in the front door. So he loved going to his clubs? Yeah, I mean, it was he was because, like, I remember, I felt a little awkward. Just going. He wasn't gambling, He said he was away from the table and I just shook his hand real quick, and he couldn't have been nicer to me. What was he like with fans and people that came up to him? Was he a prime? The prize that you did. That and a guard was because he's never not without. Well, there was a guard right next to him. I was a guard there. I just shook his hand. That's all I did. I said I just want to shake your hand and always always would sign autographs. No, always very cool. Now, obviously, if he was in in in the grease or heater on a game, you know, he stuck a million bucks firing away. Don't talk to him, right? But it was quiet, right? He doesn't need any advice from anybody, right? You know that kind of stuff, but no loved his fans on gloves, people that would come up and everybody would want a picture of him. You know, he was very cool about that. That's nice to hear that. That's very care of the staff. Well, good, George. You know. Good temper. Yeah, That's nice guy. I ever find it. Quick Store if you want. I took, um A friend of mine Once we're in l A. This is maybe 45 years ago. And one of him, you know, I always stop by the Hustler building. Just say hi, right. Psychology has come up his offices. You know, you hear in the whole building, but the office is huge. It's like 3000 square feet. His desk is huge. And so the vector were walking back to him, and he's I don't know, complaining about something to one of his guys and on his desk or always, publications like 30 of them. There's hustler. Early legal, um chicks with something I won't say the word online or life between us. I think it rhymes with Ricks because it does correct. Yeah, so anyway, so The lady I was with She just she answered honest question and getting Larry's doing moving things that you are..
"20 grand" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"They can foreclose on the house, but that does that normally doesn't happen. Okay. Can they come back periodically like they did and add another 10,000 and interests. No, it's seeing it is whatever the interest is. The interest accrues. I mean, they just can't add interest. It is the interest And it's the interest that is accruing and it's based on the job. I don't know if the interest is based on the original credit card interest, Probably not. It's based on whatever the legal interests starts flowing as a result of the judgment. Or the lean even All right. So you get any. What about any other deaths out there? Are there other deaths that are not reported like that or a judge. It depends. You know if there's no, it depends on whether the estate has been sued. Or in this case, since everything is joint. Your dad has been sued. Now. If it turns out that your mom had separate debts, having nothing to do with your father, then that zoo over, it's done. Black, the lean. Yeah. Yeah, I know you. You've got some issues there. How much is the house worth? By the way? It's probably worth 300,000 and okay, they only know like 40. All right, so and the lean right now is 20 grand. Yeah. All right, So the house is worth $20,000 less than you that he's gonna get. It's all just to duck 20 grand unless you negotiate with them. And you have a written agreement where they released the lean when they get paid their 15 or their $10,000. This is handle on.
"20 grand" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"A lot of stars still make money even after they're gone for was released a list of the highest paid celebrities who have passed for 2020. Michael Jackson is at number one making 48 million. He's followed by Dr Seuss, Charles Shoals, Arnold Palmer, Elvis Presley, Kobe Bryant and Marilyn Monroe also making that list and the man who allegedly punched after Rick Moranis. Remember that random story last month. He was arrested over the weekend and 35 years old and thanks to surveillance footage, they were able to arrest him and Rick Moranis was kind of Walking on Central Park west near his home in New York City, and this stranger suddenly came out of nowhere knocked him to the ground. But that man has been arrested. I'm until the Hollywood headlines. Thank you, Jill. You do not mess with Rick Moranis. I really hope he sort of comes out of retirement here. He was in that commercial with Ryan Reynolds, right? Yes, that's right for the first time in years, but I think Ryan Reynolds got him in the commercial. Just basically toe. Tell him what a big fan he wa. So that was the premise of the commercial. But Rick Moranis was so great. He is still so great. But then he kind of walked away from Hollywood to like, help raise his family or something like he But he's retired, right, and I would think that now that his kids are older, his family's a bit grown. Maybe this is a good time to come back. Especially now that he's in the news for getting attacked by this maniac. What about the isn't there? A Ghostbusters sequel coming? I think that's done. I think they already filmed that. And it's you know, delayed because of the pandemic. I might be wrong. But hopefully we do see all Ricky and that hopefully, uh, yeah. Good morning, Everybody happy Monday. We have a bunch of money for you today. $19,800.7 25 your first chance today to play. What's that noise? Almost 20 grand on the line Here is Adele..
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Promoters Behind Chainsmokers Drive-In Concert In Hamptons Fined $20,000, New York
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"20 grand" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Wheels with Saturday morning and joining US online. Someone who was here a week ago and did deal of the week and then suddenly found out that lots of people came in to look at it. My dad. Abed, are you? I do not know. But thank you for asking. Alright, reaching the point of unconsciousness for a lack of oxygen. But that makes the last two hours better. There you go. So you were here last week, and you had done this once before you put out a ridiculous offer. On the Jaguar I pace SUV. And the last time you made that ridiculous offer, it's like yawns were heard across AM radio land. But last week you come back and make an offer. There's like lots of people on a look of vehicle. What change? I don't know. I think probably the probably the price I'd put out there. Um, was in that far off the first time around, Chad, you were like 20 grand off. I know I know on crickets. Yeah, well, I mean, I think the the Electric car movement is kind of picking up a little bit of steam. So I just think people are more where Now with all the cars that are out, so I think it's on more people shopping list you now when you were here, we talked about Portia again. And how many. How many of those have you got? So, um, I think we're up to about 13 right now. Something like that. And there was a review and one of the car magazines day before yesterday and said, Why would anybody buy a Tesla? Yeah, You know, we had a lot of those 20 miles presold. And of course, the Corona hit and shut all the factories down. So now they pushed all that production into 21 models, which are coming more toward the end of the year. So Um You know, the buzz around that car was was really high on DH. Then accords the evil Corona virus swept in, Um So I expect that Coretta to take off again once they actually get backto normal production cycle on it, But you said, you have got the less expensive version in, you know, And you think that's where your real volumes going, Toby? Absolutely okay. But so you have this Jaguar I pace electric SUV. And last week, you said, I'm just going to go ahead and do 25 grand off. Correct me if I'm wrong, that is correct, And suddenly people are fighting over that one. Yeah, We don't actually deliver that car yesterday. We've got to pick up the pace because that was a week ago. Well, they they they just didn't pick it up for he's a chance. I tease you about these things because I was in the business, too. However, I know suddenly decided you had a second one. I've got one left. Yeah. Ah, it is a little black on black, sexy and it lists for 86 84. It could be bought for 61 84 so you can take 25 off it. Correct. See, Here's what? I think we're missing the boat here, and I'm not sure the audience gets it. The Tesla SUVs actually a lot more money than that. Am I am I missing something here? Yeah, I think that I don't know the exact practice process the X, but I think it's closer to 70 $75,000 or higher. Yeah, depending on the equipment. You get on. Yeah, Remember when the model s came out alone Mustard that's gonna be a $45,000 car. And you sat there. I am so glad you're you're off your flashback and got the pricing right on it. You want anywhere Close 45,000 is, you know, right, but you have one more left. And then Not to bring anything up or make your life more difficult. But even though you can't do 25 grand off, you can actually make some pretty phenomenal deals on any that might be in the port. Yes. Yeah, they've got they've got some Ah, rebate money available on cars there at the port so we can do some deals on those Not to that degree, but Yeah, no, but it's it's still when you told me what the number was on that I was going well, that's just nuts. But here's what's changed, folks. So I bought. I got my new BMW I three from Herring and Chad few weeks ago, which man I had my Mitsubishi Electric car, which went over to don Herrick. Has don wanted it for his lot out in Irving. So the day I mentioned it's there. I didn't even price my car. It was gone. An hour later, guy wrote me, so I'm going to go get it right now. Then we do the electric eye paste Jaguar last week, and like three people are fighting over before get sold. And then Jags calls his I might have found another one on the lot do for that. Well, see, I'm sure that I'm sure you're missing bitch. He probably bought a premium because the celebrity factor that you autograph the dash or anything on or let me remind everybody that eight years ago. When I picked it up and drove for the first time I went over the autobahn and my friend Chad Chase might have walked outside the BMW store and said. That's a really nice golf cart. You got there. Do you remember that? I d'oh? I think too many. I said, Yeah, well, it's a golf cart where their blows cold and the radio sounds good, So I'm good to go. So but no you did not call it a celebrity golf cart that day Now did Yu chan? I didn't But you're a lot more famous now so no, I don't know how many more famous now whatever infamous But I got tickled. Looked at me and said that I went. Yeah, it gets worse. Shad everywhere you drive. People are laughing at you because you're in it. Well, I mean, at that time, I mean, there was hardly any electric cars on the road at all. I mean, it was like, kind of Ah, Trail blazing car, you know, so on and I just didn't see him around at all..
"20 grand" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
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"20 grand" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Did you get 20 grand worth of work? Well, part of that 20 grand was for the septic system. Also, how much was the foundation supposed to cost you? About 11. Okay, And the rest was now Would there be any money owing when he's all done or is that the full price foundation has been completely paid for? That's all I understand that okay, that's paid for. And then if he did the system, the septic 11 grand goes toward the or the rest goes toward the whatever it is so basically half and half if you if he finished the septic, would you owe him any more money or are you paid in full? On the septic right now, he says. I owe $5400. I think it's more around 4000, but I have to go back. What was the original? That's what I'm trying to get at is theory. Jinnah ll contract It didn't disclose how much you're paying for each item like like you're paying 11,000. What said, Let me interject real quick. So I'm staring at this thing, and it looks like On completion of the trenches. This guy was supposed to pay 7800 bucks on successful engineering inspections and sand base ville another 5000. Then the final 28 75 upon successful And so what does that all add up to inspection? What does that all add up to? It looks like 16 17,000 on this original one. So there must have been just okay. I got to take a break. William, I need to figure this out. So here's what I need to know when I come back so we can get working on this. How much was the foundation? You paid it in full? How much was the septic and is there money owed if he finished it more coming up. Well, there's a lot of confusion when it comes to the reliability of tests for the Corona virus antibodies. But Michael Doherty of any lab tests now in Stirling says the nautical tests are the same. Really. There's two main and about it, I'd G and I G antibodies developed most patients within 7 to 10 days after symptoms began. And I G. M, which is the first anybody produced when the immune system picks in their drawing for your arm. That's that's a good sign If they're doing finger sticks, really look at that crosswise because that's where there's instability issues and then you want to know. Are they doing G? Or GM antibodies, and some labs will say, Hey, we're running an anybody test, but which antibodies So you have to educate yourself and understand. There are absolutely reliable antibody tests right now for Cove it This is an easy this isn't like, oh, all antibodies.
"20 grand" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"All I saw was trumpets done, just encourage. Secondly, my dad lived 20 miles from Garry South, called in about 45 miles from Watertown, South Dakota. And I'm looking to buy some land out there in the last four months, Justin Gary Self Dakota, which is right on the border, part of Gary is in Minnesota and in Watertown, stop the cold of the property values have doubled in value. A lot you could buy for 10 Grand and Gary Salt's going now. So for 20 grand just happened in the last four months because people in western Minnesota are moving to South Dakota and a lot of the D F l is out there. They're so loyal to the DFL. They will not vote for Republicans, but they're not going to vote this year, so that's awful encouraging. Thanks for the call to go buy the vote for Yeah, you're 100% right, man. The exodus out of Minnesota is very realigned to that excellent timing, Tony Good morning around with justice and drew. Morning, guys podcast you days every morning from my three next night, watered down here and just attacks down here and what you're saying about the exit of autumn Minnesota, the modern people moving the Phoenix from Minnesota. Unbelievable. Another and you have a lot of people moving from California to Minnesota, which is raising property values. Yeah, yeah, those people from California man, they're like the Corona virus thinking they're the spreader and theyjust spread around their insane, awful liberal policies like you don't realize. These? That's all the stuff you're promoting is the reason why you left that stupid state. Knock it off. I know I do have to wonder if this is a quick side. Note on that note. I do have to wonder are the people that are moving from here? To Phoenix, having lived in that state for a long time. So are you just going to let this go the opposite way? Otherwise, it's like, I don't think you realize how hot it actually get. It's brutal. It's like really, like really like I mean, like you get into your car, and you could, like burned yourself just touching your car. You don't leave plastic in there because it's no longer looks like it looks like when you put it in your car again. I just like it was just wonder I had the fuzziest steering wheel cover. Really? I have to buy a steering wheel cover because I can't touch my steering wheel. When I get in the car literally cannot touch your steering wheel. You could cook an egg on the sidewalk, so I bought. Ah, I thought the fuzziest steering wheel cover I could possibly find. I was just talking to friends that lived in Arizona for quite a while, and they've made cookies and made brownies all in their car. So it's crazy. It's a boy. I mean, it's the opposite. It just isn't the blast of the face just beat Paul in Wisconsin. Good morning. Way to maximize your time. Paul getting out, right we got were one minute, Jerry. Cherien Egon another swing. Thanks. I was on a teleconference too. Hey, reason we're not going to any kind of make a combination of John confident. He's really just laying out the world's current wolf narrative, just with a loud voice and lots of profanity. I mean, if you were there Read what Robin D'Angelo, the author of white Fragility is written. And it's saying all these lectures around the country and corporate America's and raising her. It's really the same rhetoric just without the profanity because rotten to the core. Now that's a great point. Gary we've seen in articles that we've covered, You know, it's It's not about that far off the mark of the one that we marked way marked last week from that, Katie not tablet, right, You know, talking about castrating man enough working. Stop working out. You know if I agree with part of that, but, you know Oh, not even in the rash. Now, by any stretch of the Yeah, no, that goes back to. I mean, this goes back to conversations that we've had over a decade ago when they were indoctrinating all of these kids.