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Free Beacon Reports Democrat Budget Proposal Increases Taxes on Lower Class

Mark Levin

02:00 min | 4 months ago

Free Beacon Reports Democrat Budget Proposal Increases Taxes on Lower Class

"There are huge tax increases in this apparently proposed bill targeting the poor and the lower middle class As explained in the free Beacon a great site the Democrats budget proposal relies on a $100 billion tax hike that disproportionately targets the poor Lines the pockets of organized crime and increases inequality The plan doubles the federal tax on cigarettes Which would break Joe Biden's promise to raise taxes only on those earning more than 400,000 Households with an income of 35,000 or less smoke at three times the rate of households with incomes of more than $100,000 a year Richard meringue say 27 year veteran of the bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives who worked on gang violence at a tobacco tax increase will punish vulnerable communities Your punishing lower income people which the administration promised a Whitney said you're punishing the police departments I want to push towards reform You're punishing the states or organizations that truly have the tobacco harm reduction strategy to keep it out of the hands of kids and criminals You can not have a healthy community that's not safe A tobacco tax hike would put a dent in the state economies that rely on tobacco production And it goes on And so there's actually more than this It's more than cigarettes There's a massive increase should your children inherit property They want to lower the cap to three and a half $1 million that you can give in terms of gifts Or upon death to anybody and everybody They aggregated So if you have a small business you're not even that liquid maybe you pull down a hundred 153 100,000 a year but you keep pouring your assets into the business to grow in and sustain it And you die and it's for a $7 million a year Well guess what Anything over $3.5 million a year is going to be taxed at almost

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"35,000" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:24 min | 4 months ago

"35,000" Discussed on KGO 810

"80 88 10 texted from the 415 Aloha fellas looks like New York City elected officials. Get free invites due to their responsibility overseeing cultural institutions, says Yahoo. Yeah, that's good, so she doesn't have to pay the 35,000 is the CIA answer on that good info. Yeah, indeed. Um From the 51. Oh, shut out to the 51. Oh, come on, 51. Oh, remember it is over the top. I thought it was great. You know, it is over the top, right. So to be fair, you can't look at the Met gala and go. Oh, my God. It's so over the top. That's the idea. It's like looking at the bay to breakers race and going. Oh, my God. How can people dress up like that? That's the idea behind the Bay to breakers race. Anyway, Um sometimes you press at all on my check. Thank you. That's right. You're lucky if they get through, Um From the 707 AOC might as well painted a bull's eye on her dress. Yeah, right. She got the talk, right? She got the buzz. If that was the idea it worked. Um In the 65 on the news, Um, recall mark someone needs to remind Newsom in the Democratic Party. It's not a Republican recall. There were plenty of Democrats that signed to put the governor on recall. That's true. That's kind of what I was saying. You know, when you fold in all the problems that are California some of them the governor has control over some of them. The governor doesn't certainly he's responsible for some of the bad. I'll use the overused word optics. You know, the bad look of a French laundry and feeling like you're too cozy with lobbyists or whatever I mean, and I'm not convinced that you know who's not going to be Larry Elder, Or, you know, one of these other guys, please. But but but I take it I mean again. I've I've slammed Newsome several times on different things that I think are legitimately. You know, he's flammable on On my idea of Donald Trump being cloned in my being movie. And then he survives. And as the living trump passes away, a new clone of Trump comes, I'll tell you what. I just just occurred to me bread you could have the clone of Trump actually show up and things while Donald Trump is still alive. No. Gosh, that's even. Yeah, This is good. We are now we're writing. Now We're writing everybody. You understand what's happening here? We're creating. Um, This is what I think the clone. I think the clone walking.

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"35,000" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:08 min | 4 months ago

"35,000" Discussed on AP News

"35,000 jobs were added last month. Well, I know some wanted to see a larger number today and so did I. What we've seen this year as a continued growth month after month in job creation, President Biden says it shows his plan is working. Sam Stovall, chief investment strategist at C F. R, a research Says the coronavirus in the delta variant is having an effect thinking and many people are worried are therefore staying away from either jobs or outside activities, etcetera, which either has a direct or a cascading effect, Unemployment. Still, the number of job openings remains at record levels and hiring is expected to stay solid in the coming months. Stocks are lower on Wall Street based on the jobs. Report. Former Catholic cardinal 91 year old Theodore McCarrick pleaded not guilty to sexually assaulting a 16 year old boy during a wedding reception in Massachusetts nearly 50 years ago. Apple says it's delaying its playing to scan US iPhones for images of child sexual abuse. Saying it needs more time to refine the system. This is a P news. Some of the Afghans that made it out of their country described running with their Children. As gunfire whizzed overhead. One father said he was beaten by the Taliban. Mohammed Vaezi is now in California. I was for this stack inside the base. With my five kids. Through the sunshine. No shelter. Nothing by a Z says members of the Taliban asked. Why did they want to leave? You guys not staying here with us? Mhm. I told them, that's our country. That's my nation. Believing this, So we have to get out of here. California Republican Congressman Darrell is a worries about those still in Afghanistan. I don't think we need to consider whether or not their papers were processed, whether they were already a blue passport holder. The question is, did we make a promise? Did we break that promise? Some have us passports. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News AP News For Friday September.

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CDC COVID-19 Data Cited in Mask Update Included Breakthrough Cases

WBZ Midday News

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

CDC COVID-19 Data Cited in Mask Update Included Breakthrough Cases

"Data sounds an alarm new cases and hospitalizations are slightly higher than they were just a year ago, and the CDC says about 35,000 vaccinated people per week are now coming down with what's called breakthrough infections. CBS is Charlie Damar is in Chicago, with more cause for concern evident in a new report released today, which examined a cluster of covid cases in the Massachusetts resort Community of Provincetown, all trace back to celebrations in early July. Of the 469 positive cases, 74% were vaccinated. Scientists continuing to say the vaccine right now is the best tool to fight the ongoing covid 19

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Dow closes above 35,000 as stocks end week at record highs

News, Traffic and Weather

00:11 sec | 6 months ago

Dow closes above 35,000 as stocks end week at record highs

"Setting day for stocks as the major indexes all learned fresh closing highs. The Dow Jones industrials rose nearly 240 points to finish above 35,000 for the very first time.

Dow closes past 35,000 for a new record high

News, Traffic and Weather

00:11 sec | 6 months ago

Dow closes past 35,000 for a new record high

"Stocks As the major indexes all earned fresh closing highs. The Dow Jones industrials rose nearly 240 points to finish above 35,000 for the very first time. This actually could be

Dow Closes Above 35,000 as U.S. Stocks Rebound From Jitters

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:17 sec | 6 months ago

Dow Closes Above 35,000 as U.S. Stocks Rebound From Jitters

"Here's Jim Tesco stocks closed out a strong week with 1/4 straight advance and the major market indexes at new highs. The Dow industrials ending above 35,000 for the first time. In the Friday session. That blue chip index rose 238 points the S and P 500 gained 44. The NASDAQ composite leaped

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"35,000" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 7 months ago

"35,000" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"More than 35,000 job openings with high demand and construction, driving, logistics and administrative jobs. Find a location near you would express pros dot com or on the express jobs APP. It's 6 53. And you're in for it on the roadways this morning. If, of course you're not on vacation. We check in on the drive to work with Lori Grandy and the Subaru Retailers of New England. All wheel drive traffic on the threes. Yes, Saru three South bound something to watch out for now. Too disabled vehicle. It is in the breakdown lane where breakdowns go, but it is an issue their route three south and at 1, 29 and Bill Rika. So watch out as they clear that also Still heavy volume on Route three between chumps fruit and the trouble Cove Road off ramp. If you're traveling 24 north on heavy pocket there between Harrison Boulevard and 93, Let's check the downtown now with Kristen Neck in the WBZ NewsRadio traffic copter. Lori. Things have gotten pretty nasty on the Tobin Bridge. In down, it is locked up Carter Street, Chelsea all the way over to the city's quarter tunnel over on the Charlestown side of the bridge. The leverage down ramp continues to be a problem all the way down the story of Dr 93 South behind that approach you the leverage down ramp is backed out to around Roosevelt Circle, Kristen Act and the WBZ NewsRadio. Traffic copter. Yeah, kind of heavy as well on the expressway north beyond, especially between Adams Street in Colombia rose but at 20 2 21 a minute ride right now. Brain treated Boston Laurie Grandi WBC's traffic on the three. Let's take a look at the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast right now. Here's meteorologist Dean DeVore. And like last week, we got a week of changes. We're going to.

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Dow Soars Past 35,000

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:16 sec | 9 months ago

Dow Soars Past 35,000

"At one point trading in an intraday record high end above 35 grand for the first time. We settled it 7 34,042 with the loss of nearly 35 points on the day that takes us down from a record by about 1/10 of 1%. We also had the S and P down from a record as well. Through the

Cook County Halt Johnson & Johnson Vaccines, Scramble to Reschedule Appointments

Chris Plante

01:19 min | 10 months ago

Cook County Halt Johnson & Johnson Vaccines, Scramble to Reschedule Appointments

"35,000 appointments will be made available for the vaccine at three o'clock today in Cook County for those 16 and over and those appointments are for the mass vaccination cited includes only Fizer and Moderno vaccines. Now the county is halted the use of Johnson and Johnson, while the CDC and the FDA investigate a number of cases of a rare and severe type of blood clot. And individuals were reported ABC is Ava Pilgrim. It's really important to note this type of blood clot was seen in combination with low levels of blood platelets, and the treatment of this specific type of blood clot is different from the treatment that might typically be administered. Now, nearly seven million people have gotten the J and J vaccine at this point. Johnson and Johnson responding, saying in a statement. The safety and well being of our people who use our products is our number one priority. At present, no clear causal relationship has been established between these rare events and the vaccine. CDC recommends people who have received a James J vaccine and developed severe headaches, abdominal pain, leg pain or shortness of breath within three weeks of inoculation to contact their health care provider. Meantime, Illinois health officials have halted all use of the J and J vaccines providers or to use Madonna and Fizer. The same goes for Indiana. If you're headed there to try and get a

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Governor Northam Signs Legislation Creating Tuition-Free Community College

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 10 months ago

Governor Northam Signs Legislation Creating Tuition-Free Community College

"A new measure and Fairfax County today and it'll help low income students get a college degree here in Northern Virginia Community College, the governor announced a new program that provides full tuition for community college for low income students. The program even covers wraparound expenses like child care. And transportation. This will help about 35,000 community, college students and really, you know, with covert 19 it Z excellent timing because there are number of individuals in Virginia that need to be either trained are retrained to, you know, Enter the workforce gets killed, Get a job Give back program would specifically cover education that leads to in demand jobs and fields like technology, skilled labor and health care. $36 million are budgeted for it. Over the next two years, and the program kicks off July 1st Luke Luker

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Tornadoes Hit Alabama And Georgia

PBS NewsHour

01:56 min | 10 months ago

Tornadoes Hit Alabama And Georgia

"Georgia. Survivors of deadly tornadoes are now facing a future of rebuilding. They awoke today to heavy damage, and the loss of six lives on in a vase has our report. Devastation across the South this morning, downed power lines gutted forests and homes eviscerated the aftermath of the syriza powerful tornadoes that wreaked havoc last night, including in Georgia Tragic day yesterday in early into this morning. We have severe damage and many counties across the state roughly to a him. Last night, I issued a state of emergency. One tornado struck just after midnight in the city of Newman, some 40 miles southwest of Atlanta. All of suddenly got still He just got extremely dark and you could hear the Sound sound like a freight train that was coming. You could just hear the windows shaken and things blowing against the front door and your ears are popping, and we just stayed there until it got quiet again. In Alabama, more severe damage and fatalities, including three people from the same family. Multiple twisters as many as eight touchdown across the state yesterday, Holly how authorities said a single tornado carved across more than 100 miles. It was just like a roaring There was no train with, Yeah, roaring. How started shaking in Birmingham, Mary Rose de Armen and her husband took shelter in their basement up until their roof caved in. I'm not worried about this thought anything else work that we came out of it alive. They escaped when neighbors arrived with ladders to pull them out. The storm's knocked out power for more than 35,000 customers in Alabama on the chaos stretched further on with thunderstorms and flooding reported in north and South Carolina, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee. For the PBS news hour. I'm on the new vase.

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Monthly New Car Loan Payments Hit Record High Of Nearly $600

Sean Hannity

00:23 sec | 11 months ago

Monthly New Car Loan Payments Hit Record High Of Nearly $600

"Loan payments read a new record high, the experience Credit agency reports. The average for a new car is now about $600 a month and it's now over 400 for the first time for a used car. Analysts say it's both because car prices overall arising but also because more people are buying higher and vehicles. Average spending for a new car is north of 35,000. And it's about 24 grand for a used model.

Los Angeles' Lakers LeBron James Scores 35,000th Career Point

Jason Smith

00:38 sec | 11 months ago

Los Angeles' Lakers LeBron James Scores 35,000th Career Point

"On how things go in the next few minutes. This could be one of those games where LeBron James gets a little bit of rest in the fourth quarter tonight as Brooklyn is all over the Lakers right now, 89 72 in the final minute of the third quarter. James Harden has 21 Kyrie Irving's got 12 and four assists. Meanwhile, LeBron James we talked about him hitting the 35,000 point Plateau in the MBA earlier in this game has 27. Basically, that's really it for the Lakers as far as he's having a big night, Kyle Kuzma has this having a nice knights got 16 and nine, But the Lakers just getting beat right now by the Nets. And

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US coronavirus death toll reaches nearly 400,000

Morning Edition

01:31 min | 1 year ago

US coronavirus death toll reaches nearly 400,000

"Hopkins coronavirus Tally finds the United States just below 400,000 deaths as of this morning 400,000 debt that's like eliminating the entire population of New Orleans. The whole population of Tulsa, Oklahoma. It is roughly equivalent to every single person in Arlington, Texas, and close to every person in Minneapolis. We reached that number of 400,000 almost exactly one year after the first case of coronavirus. Was identified in the United States. NPR's Allison Aubrey has joined us live every Monday throughout the pandemic to talk things through Alison. Good morning. Once again. Good morning, Steve. I got to tell you is pretty hard when the numbers were a lot lower to imagine we would ever be at this point. You know, that's right. We went from the confirmation of the first case almost a year ago to the virus quickly spiraling out of control. Steve, You might remember this. I'm gonna play some archival tape from one of our segments early on. Something just happened to the document on the computer screen in front of me. Just a moment ago, it said There were 31,000 coronavirus cases confirmed in the United States and then in instant the number changed is our editor made it 35,000 coronavirus cases. And here we are a year later with about 24 million documenting it cases in the US around the globe 95 million cases and over two million people dead from the virus. Yeah, We looked forward to far lower numbers than we're at now and found them horrifying.

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Chicago Expands Vaccination Efforts

John Williams

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago Expands Vaccination Efforts

"Vaccination side says it prepares to inoculate a wider group of people. Here's Alison our body Chicago public health commissioner When I think about 600,000 people to vaccinate in that next phase Getting 36 30 to 35,000 doses a week isn't going to be enough for us to move ahead quickly. The city is already using some of the locations to inoculate healthcare workers under Phase one, a As for one B, which includes those 65 older in front line, essential workers know did as of yet, when they had ever will start. The Chicago Teachers

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In major expansion, California allowing everyone 65 and older to get COVID-19 vaccine

John Rothmann

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

In major expansion, California allowing everyone 65 and older to get COVID-19 vaccine

"The Corona virus vaccine. State. Public health officials say Now that anyone aged 65 or older can get the vaccine. Seen the move coming, though California doesn't have enough vaccine doses to inoculate the people who were already eligible, including health care workers, teachers and childcare providers. Large counties air rushing the setup massive vaccine distribution sites while pleading with state and federal officials to send them more doses. Santa Clara County officials saying they have a plan to distribute 35,000 vaccine doses of week. But not enough vaccines to make it happen right now. Hey, Kill Kim, before you go on, you

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FAA Cracks Down On Unruly Airline Passengers Ahead of Biden Inauguration

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

FAA Cracks Down On Unruly Airline Passengers Ahead of Biden Inauguration

"The FAA is cracking down on unruly airline passengers. Passengers who interfere with physically assault or threaten anyone on an aircraft could now face fines up to 35,000. Dollars and even imprisonment in a statement, The FAA says it's seen a disturbing increase in incidents where airline passengers have disrupted flights with threatening or violent behavior. They say these incidents have stemmed both from a refusal to wear a mask and from recent violence at the

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"35,000" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"35,000" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"City of Fort Worth will be under new leadership following this maze municipal election. Longtime Mayor Betsy Price says she won't seek a six term but is thankful for the love and support She's received over the last 10 years. I'm proud of what we've accomplished together. I still have that Energizer bunny energy and passion. I've always been involved in public service. And I'm not going away that easily prices. She's leaving her post to spend more time with their family. North Texas counties they're trying to keep up with demand is covert vaccination state wider open a category one B, which includes vulnerable populations and anyone older than 65 medical director Phil Wong says Dallas County is wrapping up vaccinations for category one day before could begin on one be so as we are opening up, we want to get some vaccine. One b that we can the women it amounts, but it's still very limited. Collin County officials say all available doses have already been administered in the county is waiting for another shipment. In the U. S. Senate runoff race in Georgia and the challenges for now keeping a lead and one of the U. S Senate seats. Incumbent Senator Kelly Lefler is now down by 35,000 votes. With 90% of precincts PORT precincts reporting In the meantime. Even per do the incumbent for Georgia in the U. S. Senate has just a 2000 points or 2000 vote lead that is over John Ausaf. 87th sexist legislative session begins next week and lawmakers air solidifying covert 19 protocols lot of legislation that we're gonna be working on. This is gonna be a historical session for redistricting and picking any speaker. You know the budget's gonna be challenging and so those face to face meetings air gonna be really important and we'll also be able to do meetings. Virtually the State Preservation board has officially reopen the capital with safety measures in place. Right now I DFW airport. It is down to 56 degrees from the W B A P News desk. I'm John Scattered and ex updated 11 30 24 7 Coverage available at W B A. P..

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Cambridge-based Moderna shipping millions of doses of COVID-19 vaccine

WBZ Midday News

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Cambridge-based Moderna shipping millions of doses of COVID-19 vaccine

"States to vaccines air circulating one from Moderna, based here in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The other from Fizer. However, the difference between the two vaccines is minimal. W kw TV TV reporter Tevis to Hellman. Phyllis reports from Oklahoma City as the vaccines are very comparable. The main difference being how these vaccines are stored. The Madonna vaccine gives US options to send it to locations that do not have the Storage capability for Fizer. But whichever vaccine is administered there virtually is no difference. Their research is so unbelievably similar. When you look at it. It's hard to tease them out from each other. So medical professionals do not have a preference between those two is to which you get In Massachusetts over 35,000 doses have been administered and over 59,000 doses of visors vaccine have been shipped to the state and over 87,000 of Madonnas.

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Los Angeles County plans to vaccinate thousands of frontline health workers by Christmas

A Nation Divided

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Los Angeles County plans to vaccinate thousands of frontline health workers by Christmas

"A County hospitals are planning to vaccinate 6000 frontline workers by Christmas. Let's leave all reports. The county's mass vaccination plan began on Friday. This news comes after so, Kyle hospitals reported 0% capacity as of Thursday. The state of California is averaging about 35,000 new cases a day with about 12% of them needing hospital treatment. The state's positivity rate is nearing 12% new

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Dallas County reporting over 2,200 new cases of COVID 19

WBAP Morning News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas County reporting over 2,200 new cases of COVID 19

"Eclipse 350,000 positive tests of the Corona virus when 5000 new cases were reported here Friday. Dallas County listed over 2200 cases for over 152,000 total infections tearing county had just over 2000 new cases for an overall total of more than 128,000 confirmed cases. Getting reported 702 new cases for nearly 34,000 total positives, while Collin County had 661 new cases for over 35,000 current virus infections, Texas on additional 12,000 cases and 294 deaths. My

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"35,000" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"35,000" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So one of the questions that panel must answer. NPR's science correspondent Joe Palka is with us, Joe. Good morning. Morning Steve, who's giving their opinion today? All these air scientist with a variety of expertise is you've got vaccine ologists, virologists, immunologists and statisticians who convinced the statistical analysis is that the company has provided to FDA for the studies it's conducted I want to discuss a lot of issues at the end of the day, they'll be asked one straightforward question. Do the known benefits of allowing the vaccine to be distributed during the covert 19 pandemic outweigh the known risks? What evidence has the company provided? Well, the company's tested this vaccine in 35,000 volunteers half got the two shots of a placebo. Half got two shots of the real vaccine. And they compared to see which group got more cases of covert and the ones who are vaccinated. We're protected 94% of the time. The company also told the FDA about what are known as adverse events, illnesses that might be caused by the vaccine itself. Stacy Schultz Terry is a vaccine researcher at ST Jude Children's Research Hospital, and she says there didn't appear to be anything serious. I went through some of the adverse events that were reported. Nothing jumped out at me. So she says, Joe, but don't some people feel lousy after taking this vaccine? Yes, There's definitely been reports of people with sore arms after the injection, Fatih Fever swollen lymph nodes. But for the most part, these only lasted a day or two, and Schultz Cherry says these reactions actually prove that the vaccine is working. It doesn't mean that you're getting co bid. It doesn't mean that there's something wrong. It's just the nature of this vaccine. So there could be events that might not have been picked up by these studies. I mean, Moderna only studied tens of thousands of people, and there will be millions of people getting this vaccine if it becomes available so other things might crop up. Yeah, some rare event that happens one in a million times. What kinds of rare events could we be talking about that you know, you don't know for sure. But the people who got the Fizer vaccine some of them had this serious immune reaction called anaphylaxis that then there are also known things. That have happened. I mean, there are something called Bell's palsy, which is a facial paralysis. Both the Fizer and Madonna vaccines had a few cases that the trouble is that that might be related the vaccine, but it might not because people who don't get vaccines also get Bell's palsy. So it's hard to say they're connected. So all of these experts weigh all this evidence and decide if the benefits outweigh the risk. What happens after they vote? Right. So FDA decides whether to grant this thing called emergency use authorization. The expectation is that they will grant that last week. Approval came 16 hours after the committee voted And the FDA has been working with the company for weeks, so they got a lot of the documents. And what have you worked out so that they'll be ready to go. Joe? Can you explain one more thing to us? We're finding out there's more fighter vaccine available than people thought. Yeah, This is strange. The FDA says vaccine distributors air, finding that many of the vials contain six or seven doses instead of the five that is supposed to be there in the agency said, OK, you go ahead and use those extra shots. And they're going to try and figure out what the company what happened. Why? There's more shots in the vials. Okay. It's like there's a bonus toy in the package, Joe. Thank you very much. You're welcome. NPR's science correspondent Joe Palka. A lot of states have been tightening public health rules again. So what happens if someone doesn't comply? NPR's Martin Castillo has been looking at the actions of law enforcement and as he reports, police departments are often reluctant to enforce orders. If you get arrested for not wearing a mask, Actually, you're probably getting arrested for something else. Thistles.

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"35,000" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"35,000" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Took on another risky job testing high performance aircraft. He soon became known as America's top Test pilot. He was the first pilot to fly faster than the speed of sound on October 14th 1947. Here's a scene from the film the right stuff. Sam Shepard plays Chuck Yeager. Other younger, sir way we're just talking to, uh, slick care about the sound barrier. All right, and we feel that the X one is ready to have a go at it. We think the X one's got the answer to go beyond Mach one. There is any ban. So what do you think? You Well, I'll tell you what have these engineers never been off the ground, you know? I mean, you're liable to tell you that the sound barrier's a brick wall in the sky rip your ears off. You try to go through it. Ask me. I don't believe the damn thing even exists. Interest drink from Mr Yeager here? No thanks again. So do you think you want to have a go at it? Mike. But since as you say this sound barrier doesn't really exist. How much how much you got? I'm just joking. The air Force is paying me already. Ain't that right, sir? Why sure, Yeager, But so when do we go? Well, how about tomorrow morning? I'll be there. When Terry spoke with Chuck Yeager in 1988. She asked him whether he knew what the sound barrier Woz when he took on the assignment of trying to break it. Sure, I knew the laws of nature that sounds travels at some 760 miles an hour sea level and Some 660 miles an hour. 35,000 ft Higher, also knew we had buffeting problems because of shock waves because I experienced those and in the air combat, you know, in World War two when I was flying Mustangs over Germany. Also experienced it in the early Jets, the Ph. D S and P. 80 four's. I knew exactly what the problem was. What image did you have in your mind about breaking the sound barrier for civilians? Like as you must see this invisible shield or wall that somebody will be penetrating as they break it? Yeah, I I didn't you know. Give any thought to you to tell you truth, Terry, because I was pretty well, duty oriented. At that time I had been in a war were, you know a lot of guys get killed, But I'd learned to discipline myself to concentrate on what you're doing and forget about the outcome because you can't do an awful lot about it anyway. So we started the X one program. Ah, yeah, I had no idea what I would run into. But the point is, I could care less stays true that I just had the press on with my mission. So The the plane that you broke the sound barrier in the X one had a nose cone. That was designed like a bullet. How come? Yeah, because they knew that bullets flew faster than sound and The old guys or shape of the the future Lodge of the X one was shaped like a 50 caliber bullet and the zest common sense because, like I say, we're flying in the area of unknowns. Was a comfortable where you'd have to sit and we'll know very uncomfortable and the reason was that we had no source of power in the X one. We used compressed nitrogen gas to do all the work like raise and lower the gear and Pressurize the liquid oxygen tanks, which, incidentally, they had no seat in the X one you set with your back against the bulkhead, which contained the liquid oxygen and attempt to the liquid oxygen was 290 degrees below zero, and there's one of the coldest Talk, which I've ever been in in my life, and you sat on the floor on your knees were higher than your your rear end. So you could pull Hye Ji's without blacking out and you couldn't see too well out of it. But you got to remember it was a research airplane and it was built in 1944. Well, when you were flying at what indications would you have? What kind of meters would tell you? When you had actually broken the sound barrier? I had an altimeter told me out of high wash. I had an indicated air speed and told me how fast I was going through the air and MPH. But the 11 thing that we relied on was a Mach meter. Uh, that told us what our percentage Woz and relationship to the speed of sound. For instance, Mark one is the speed of sound that they also did your flying. And if you're going 10.9 mark, that's 90% of the speed of sound. Had a mark meter that went up the 1.0. And the day that I actually broke Mach one. I sat there and watched that Mach meter build up, you know, since we've been up to about 94.94 Point, 95 mark number on the previous flight. And, uh I washed it build up. And when I got up to about 0.96 and buffeting was quite heavy on the airplane was shaking pretty bad. But then at that point, the Mach meter went off the scale. If extrapolated, you know would be about 1.6, but the market leader only went to 1.0. When it did all the buffeting smoothed out, which was an indication we had, you know, supersonic flow over the whole airplane, meaning that it was flying at supersonic speeds. And when this happened, we made the first sonic boom there it Edwards and that's that's about the way it happened. Did you hear the sonic boom? No, No, you're in the in the airplane, which is in a pressurized cockpit, and God's going to hell my own oxygen mask and and know you're making the shockwave. It's on your airplane, and you don't hear a shock with our sonic boom. When you realize that you you'd broken the speed of sound that your mission was accomplished. Did you stay up in the air a while and just have a good time and celebrate. I didn't know you can't stay up because see a rocket you You burn out all your fuel. They don't have last 2.5 minutes and then then you're gliding down to make a dead stick landing on Roger's dry lake out there at Edwards Air, then mirror airbase. But I sure I was a lady. I did a couple rolls and And when I got down since I was pretty well beat up from a horseback riding accident a couple days before I was I was kind of bushed. And also you're sitting in that cold air plane where you really get cold soaked, And it's good to get out into the warm sun and, uh, you know, and also their program was classified. So It's not exactly as as the film the right stuff to fix it, but we knew it was classified. And just a couple three of us had a little party that night. I mean, big party going to call it that. What were the reasons for classifying it? Why was it so top secret Because of what we found out and the reason wash if you recall Once we got into the region of the speed of sound, we lost our elevator effectiveness know Terry, this may get a little technical, but all airplanes light airplanes. If you looked at Adam, they have a horizontal stabilizer or tail and on the trailing edge of that horizontal stabilizer in the elevators or flippers. When you move the control. Stick back that elevator goes up. That's what controls the attitude of your airplane makes it knows go up or go down. When we got into a up to about 0.93, mark number or 93% of the speed of sound. We lost the effectiveness of that elevator on the X one. And we couldn't control our airplane. But we had built to capability into the X one of moving the whole horse on stabilizer or tail plane And we found out that lo and behold, we could control reacts one Through Mach one with that horse on stabilizer Now it was interesting to me when that happened. We found that out. Then, of course, we started building flying tails on our Airplanes that are combat airplanes were built three or four years later, and it was amusing to me to find out that the British and the French and the Soviet Union didn't find out that little trick for five years. That was the reason it was classified. And rightly so. Now, this is this is ah, very exciting time when you were flying these test missions. You had a few close calls, though, when you were flying the X one And the next one, eh? Was one time I think was in the X one day, which was the follow up playing to the X one where you'd gotten to high. Well too fast, Terry see in those days back in the late forties, early fifties, we were a lot of miles stand stones to be broken. And we were moving out and speed would broken Mach one in 1947 and 1953 rolled up. We're working above Mach two, and we were just trying to Go faster and faster to open up the universe and the X one day I wanna made four flights in it. But when that particular flight I'm setting it some, you know, 80,000 ft. Going to 0.5 mark number or 2.5 times the speed of sound around 1600.

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"35,000" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"35,000" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Florida, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin are all trumps. Even Arizona, which somehow has Biden winning Is rampant with voter fraud, Nevada same thing on Facebook shut down a group called Stop the Steel, which in a matter of hours, thanks to coordination by GOP operatives swelled to 35,000 users, some calling for civil war. Thursday night, Trump supporters organized Stop the steel campaign outside of Phoenix County facility the clock. County registrar Joe Gloria said he believed these demonstrations were putting his staff in danger. I can tell you that my wife and my mother are very concerned for me, but I am concerned for the safety of my staff. Meanwhile, other online hoaxes led to Rhea World, right Wing demonstrations like this viral Facebook video. So the people that were in front of me there were two people in front of me that used the Sharpie. Yes, it was given to them. It did not read their ballot. Okay? And it flooded in there twice. I used the pen and read your book and read your balance. So what they're doing is they're telling people that use the sharpies that way Those votes are counted overnight, Sharpe. Gate, which is not a thing became a thing. People protested in Arizona, claiming some election officials gave voters Sharpie pens that canceled out vote. Election officials say using a Sharpie would not invalidate a ballot in the mainstream media. A notable moment trumps 6 30.

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"35,000" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"35,000" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Had cast their ballot and just to put it in proportion. Again at the end of business yesterday. This is round figures about 79,000 Democrats had cast their ballot about 35,000. Republicans had cast their ballot and about 127,000 moms. Had cast their ballots so The what you should watch. I think there will be a skew to Democrats in the first counting at about eight o'clock. Probably heavily skewed towards Democrats. And as the night goes on, I think you will see it closed. Um throughout the evening, and Republicans will be making up ground as the day goes on. So 79,000 Democrats early vote 35,000 REPUBS Early vote And 127,000 independent early vote. But of course, there'll be many Democrats who will vote for Trump and then made me many Republicans that a vote for Biden so it doesn't necessarily mean there's gonna be a 44,000 vote margin, but that's rough figure and I would assume over 90% of Democrats going to vote for Biden. And over 90% of Republicans going to vote for Trump 127,000. You don't know where they are, because it will vote in primaries, which means you don't know that they secure Democrat or a Republican, But I would think probably Democrat because in our counties become Not purple, but Blue County s O. We're talking of the 247,000 that have voted. The great majority have been independence. In fact, there's more independents voted early than Democrats and Republicans put together. Correct. But the interesting thing bill is that you know, the Democrats pushed hard to get their voters whether registered Democrats or Democrat inclined voters to vote early. And yet, and my first number was incorrect. It's 132,000 vote non voted already that accounting for only 30% of the total, So you know, given the dynamics of the push among Democrats to vote Early versus Republicans vote day off You might be able to read into that figure that there are a lot of Republicans vote votes out. There still are voting today among those that are not affiliated with a party. So the 247,000 voted early. 47 voted early and so if another today If by the close of business today you would anticipate another 250,000 people voting, which would be an absurd number, because if we have 600,000 registered and 80% vote, that's 480 Take 250 for two. That's 230,000. So my quick deer park math tells me They're still about 230,000 people to vote today, Toe added to the 247 to get close to a a number like 475 to 480,000. That would be 80%. That would be the all time high with 75% and 2004. And that's a huge number to surpass that you'd have to have another 225,000 or so voters vote today. Your crystal ball says the majority would be Republican. Well, I don't know about a majority. I just think that you you may see a bigger Republican turnout day off. Then people might have expected. So the experts I'm watching all the shows last, by the way, I was one of the weird guys. I'm up at 1 20 in the morning. I felt an allegiance toward the Trumpster and I wanted to go watch him and Grand Rapids, Michigan. They finished up at 1:20 A.m.. I'm sure you were in bed. And then when I got up this morning, I barely slept. I get up this morning. He's live on Fox and friends for 45 minutes starting about 7 15 am In other words, he didn't sleep at all, And the experts said that Georgia North Carolina, Florida and Ohio. Those four states. Of course, the president must win all four to be launched toward a second term, but those Air Force states that will report all their early votes. Within an hour of the polls closing, and so I would think, by 8 30 PM or nine PM denied if Georgia, North Carolina and Florida and Ohio are trending the right direction. That would be a positive for the president. But if the president would lose Ohio or Florida or North Carolina or Georgia, which we should know, by 9 P.m. tonight, the direction it said it It is going to be a completely different outcome, and we'll see what happens when shit Gerhardt thing. I mean, it's amazing. You know, the people's Judge Penny voted down there about a week or 10 days ago. I was shocked and amazed at the smoothness of the operation and took a total of about 10 minutes to walk in the back of that one building and then to go throught. I didn't go with her men await for on the other side of the other building. It was amazing how smooth things are imagine of Philadelphia ran is smoothly as Hamilton County would not be a good thing. Yes, it would. And I would urge you And all your listeners. Bill, you can go Teo Vote. Hamilton County, Ohio dot gov. And you can watch live results as as we have sat here, Bill spoken another. 10,000 or so people can remember the first number I gave you. Um they're voting. This is chip you're saying This afternoon. This is like on president, but people are voting in large numbers all over Hamilton County. Right, Right. 95,118. People have already voted today. I mean, I say, Let's say, Say, Nunes, that cut off of ways. So will you anticipate that this at least the same number will vote in the next 7.5 hours. I would think so. Yeah, that's over 200,000 votes, So we're getting pushing 200,000 additional votes today. Now. Hi, Chip. Go well, let's AH, Let's see what happens. I know where your political Laura Lee's lie but nonetheless, to run. A smooth operation is critical to the functioning democracy..

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"35,000" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:25 min | 1 year ago

"35,000" Discussed on AP News

"New Zealand rugby teams hoping thousands will return to big games this weekend now the battle against the coronavirus looks like it's been long at least for now the decision of the New Zealand government on Monday to drop old restrictions on the size of public gatherings means a social distancing is no longer required and sports can take place in full stadiums New Zealand has no current cases occurred in 19 and hasn't recorded a new infection in 18 days the news has prompted the Highlanders team to say they hope 20000 fans will attend Saturday's game against the chiefs well the Oakland based blues once as many as 35000 to attend Sunday's game against the hurricanes I'm Charles the last month

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"35,000" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:25 min | 1 year ago

"35,000" Discussed on AP News

"New Zealand rugby teams hoping thousands will return to big games this weekend now the battle against the coronavirus looks like it's been long at least for now the decision of the New Zealand government on Monday to drop old restrictions on the size of public gatherings means a social distancing is no longer required and sports can take place in full stadiums New Zealand has no current cases occurred in 19 and hasn't recorded a new infection in 18 days the news has prompted the Highlanders team to say they hope 20000 fans will attend Saturday's game against the chiefs well the Oakland based blues once as many as 35000 to attend Sunday's game against the hurricanes I'm Charles the last month

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"35,000" Discussed on Self Made Man

Self Made Man

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"35,000" Discussed on Self Made Man

"Right. So what I do. I look for guys I looked you know, Jack Bogle died the other day. I think he was eighty nine years old. And I'm like dude got twenty nine years. If I got twenty nine years, man, I'm gonna be dude. I'm I'm about to hack some freaking serious. That's that's how I think. When I look at you got twenty fucking years to go the like, and you got twenty years, and you've got somebody saying, hey, you can do this. And then you can do that. The life you want like I didn't have any of that had everybody telling me, what couldn't be done and more importantly, they were telling me without knowing it. They were trying. They were sabotaging me. They were like they were like they'd say just to be happy with what you have. Why can't you you already have more than most people like what most people? Well, your dad your dad. You know, your dad he worked his whole life just to have this. And I'm like. What's that got to do with me? Like, you should oh why grew up didn't have any money, and I was in food lunch. Mom, talking to me. I'm like, yeah. So what we we don't have food lines anymore. Like, I wanna do something. If I compare myself to every person is struggling on this planet. I will never get anywhere. I have to compare myself or at least look at what the winners, Irv. You not that. They're happier. I'm not talking about happy. Right. I'm telling about I could figure out happy later or maybe not. Maybe I never figured that out. You know, maybe Steve Jobs. No matter what would have never figured that out. I don't know. But I know the Steve Jobs still provides a great example for me in how he did business. Does Bill Gates and the and then I'm trying to put together. So so I'm just saying I hope guy like knee can be an inspiration to younger person and says, dude, I don't need to fold this this up. You know, it's it's amazing. It's like you started the best chapter of your life at a time when most people would be thinking about winding down and on that same note, would you mind sharing win union Elena got married and had kids? What what age were you? I was that was two thousand four though fifteen sixty one I'll be sixty one in March..

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"35,000" Discussed on Self Made Man

Self Made Man

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"35,000" Discussed on Self Made Man

"We know we know based on what people are buying right now that we'll sell he's like with the next thing. You're going to do is football stadium eighty thousand. And I said a few man in a hung up mocking. And the and then I hung up on swear to God. I thought to myself I wonder what stadium I would do. I don't know, man. You know, it's just like like some of this is just even if the place didn't field. It's going to be a big event. And it'll be a probably the fourth reason that we do things not just to spend time with people, but it's really good for my staff. It's really important to the people that work around me that they're part of this. And they're like, wow, man. I I was part of that too. It's not just about grant. And so, yeah, I would love to do that man. I'm highly interested in in disrupting Wall Street right now with our with our car, capital enterprise are fun. We created. I think we're on our six spun. Now, we're we're truly giving truly changing the way people raise money, and what people can put money into right? So I can't do that. Because I don't have black stones budget. I can't do it by the advertising. So I have to do it by things like this right and getting enough attention on successes that people feel confident with me to say, let me check into what he's doing gobble. Would I don't remember the specific year? What year did you jump into social media with two feet? I guess I was still in LA. So it must have been none probably I think two thousand two thousand nine so while ago yell it doesn't seem like that long ago because I'm sixty or fifty years of my life. I missed the party, right and Lee Lewis housing those guys were playing in this space like they was doing this years before I was for some reasons I thought it was sooner than that. I would I would have put it at about five years ago to where we're just start seeing grant everywhere, but. You might be right. You might be might be more like fourteen thirteen or fourteen. Yeah, we would Facebook. But what happened was that started playing with Facebook a little bit? And then I didn't I didn't used Instagram until two years ago. Yeah. So that's that's why probably seems so recent to me thing they're telling me right now twenty fifteen so that's about right about three and a half years ago four years ago, and one of the most inspiring things that I personally like about your story is the fact that you're you're sixty years old, and you just you dove in at what fifty five fifty six like, that's amazing. I just turned forty last year. I've been an entrepreneur for twenty years now built my first seven figure business by twenty six twenty seven and. It's it's really inspiring to see you doing what you're doing. And starting from where you were at the age, you are 'cause I'm thinking sixty man like, I guess I'm going to be retired and live in lake somewhere..

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"35,000" Discussed on Self Made Man

Self Made Man

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"35,000" Discussed on Self Made Man

"Did he gives me an opportunity to bring a guy like Steve Harvey Steve arby's flying from LA to spend after noon with like I have to have that event to get Steve to come. Steph's on TV everyday St. makes plenty of money. Deep would you like to talk a lot to thirty five thousand people about what is to be an entrepreneur and a celebrity and a funny how many people thirty thousand bro. Thirty thousand people like he's I man I would love to do that. So so get in that that the second part of that listen brand number two. It creates business opportunities for me with these people. Yeah. My friend Aubrey Marcus is the founder of on it here in Austin and really fast health health company, Basco and health company. And he we were having a conversation. You put it really specifically where you said gravity creates more gravity gravity starts to increase. You just all these other planets start to get sucked into your world. And it just makes the gravity even stronger, and you get the probably Rico system. Yeah. The third reason, you know, is that I want to spend more time with the client, you know, in in a world where we live with so much social media much of what you and I are doing right now so easy for me to stream constantly and go live on Instagram. It becomes vital that you get to actually meet people real real human beings are not avatars not, you know, Johnny. Fifty five eighty. So this is one of the most valuable things for my wife. And I is that we get to meet people. We love people we like meeting people I like taking fees with people for me. And and you know, like people become real to me. It's easy to forget that. Yeah. Very easy. Yeah. And you know, sometimes I'm disappointed. I'm sure sometimes they're disappointed in me. But more often than not I see more than what was on the Instagram Facebook post. Yeah. It's unbelievable. How at least in my case whenever I've met I've met folks who followed my work for years that I just it's so easy to forget. When you're working from a computer in a phone all day that you're talking to real human beings. Yeah. I wanted to ask you about your your next goals from here in one of the I think one of the big pivotal points where I really got to know, you, I think the more on a personal level was the interview you did with Lewis house about a year year and a half ago. And I know you started thinking bigger after that after that interview for yourself, and I wanted to ask you if you have some dreams and goals now for your life and your business and the next two to three years that you really haven't talked about yet. You're you're about to fill a stadium. Right. What's next? Yeah. Hey, I mean, I think that we're, you know, without without down era that and everything like like, it goes back the thing that got on it said, you know, it's like gravity possibility bills possibility. Right. You know and success bills success? I hear a lot of people talk about they learn more from failure than success. Now. I I didn't I didn't. And I don't. I had to be honest like success teaches me so much more than failure. And a lot of people disagree with me on this. But it takes a lot of humility bigger. Something out go through all the failures to finally figure out that work. And then go repeat it tremendous amounts of humility like I'm going to repeat what just work because the natural tendency is to change things a lot. I see a lot of people not repeat. I know. I made that mistake a lot of my life. So what would I like to do? I mean, I would love to do connects Munich, you know, ten x Sydney next. Yep. On Kong's connects Singapore. Nice answer audience. I wanna do I like to eighty thousand people Jesse? It's ler the founder of marquee jets. That to me is like and the Hemi tickets, you really got sold. I said I got thirty thirty thousand one hundred eighty nine tickets sold right now only have like without seats lot. And like four thousand seats twice with. Right..

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"35,000" Discussed on Self Made Man

Self Made Man

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"35,000" Discussed on Self Made Man

"While they're there where to go schedules. So there's a lot of technology that helps us pull it all. But yeah, we need bodies. You still have to have bodies to handle moving people around that many people around in creek me from wrong. I think I heard you mentioned somewhere what it's gonna end up costing you guys to just to hold this event. Is that a number? You can share. I'm gonna be I'm gonna be north of eight million and just out the tin. Wow. That's amazing. That's incredible. And is that is that going to be covered by ticket revenue or we'll be profitable before we still a hot dog. Into that arena guarantee. We will be a bible of nice awesome. Which is really really important for everybody. Anybody that wants to do a bench like this or whatever it is? You're doing raise money trying to sell a product trying to raise money for charity. It is vital that you are profitable. Before you start doing your thing? Because if you're not, you know, if you've ever been to one of these conferences, and I and I have I've spoken at them where they use a headliner and the headliner you're going there for one or two headliners, and then, but you have to stay there. And listen to the other people that you didn't really come for. And so we didn't want to do that the reason those conferences are like that. And they serve a purpose in their fun and everything, but the reason there's not a lot of entertainment. There's not a lot of jazz. There's not a lot of X curricula. There's not a lot surprised entertainment right there because there's no money. The thing runs on whether we can sell you something or not, right? We we didn't want to do that. We wanted to do. Hey, it's going to be profitable. Not man. I got entertainment coming in on this deal that like it's going to it'll blow your mind like cop in the food chain rappers. No even knows are coming. Nice. We haven't even promoted it every single day. We have entertainment did is nowhere on a schedule. Found the opening of the first day thirty five thousand people will experience something and it'll blow they're going to be like that. I'll never run my business to same way again. Nice because it costs sixty grand pull off this one thing that we're gonna do Friday morning. Very cool to me that's really important when I'm trying to inspire people. We're not trying to motivate people. This isn't like, you know, changing people's mental. This is changing what people physically see do they see what's possible to do in their life and their business. I wanted to ask you, I know I know what's in it. For for the attendees. What is your thought around this strategically for you as a business owner what role does this play in the grant cartoon business ecosystem? Yeah. That's great idea. Well. It looked when I collaborate with other people, which this is a collaboration with a lot of people. Some of the entertainment to John Maxwell, Sara Blakely, she's a billionaire. These are all also collaboration and branding opportunities. For me lifts my brand up. We bought a million dollars for the billboards around Miami next thing, I know Miami, Heat, call me the coach of the Miami Heat's talking about ten x his team one of his team members hit me on Instagram, dude. Tell me about next, man. So this is a way to like in the next rule. I write about omnipresence the everywhere all at the same time. If you're going to do something saturate space, and so like, this is an experiment. This is Lynn rea- a lab practical onto next to a city. What will how will it benefit me and my business? It lists. My brand it makes me known it funds..

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"35,000" Discussed on Self Made Man

Self Made Man

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"35,000" Discussed on Self Made Man

"So did you hire a team that really took ownership of bringing this thing to live from logistic standpoint? Because I have to well, let me just ask you how many of your staff members? Do you have putting this together? How many is it gonna require you to pull it off everyone here is working on this? Yeah. Okay. We hired a guy that was supposedly an events specialist. He's not with us anymore. He couldn't hang. Okay. So, you know, this is my people we've never done this event this big. We just know look there's parks around the world hold events like this all the time. And so walking into Marlon stadium. It's one of the newest stadiums in the country. It's got a retractable roof I had to be protected against rain in case anes, we got a commitment from the city to really support the people here, we're bringing in great people in that have a monster intention because the audience looked to audience makes the conference it's not me and my speakers in the venue. It's got to be a great audience. We have people travelling from almost fifty countries, and they're all with this mentality. I want to grow my business from a from a logistic standpoint, just kind of imagine. I mean, it's kind of like you're holding a baseball game. Right. Like, you're going to have to have staff all over the stadium for ticketing and showing people their seats. And and yes, the logistics did y'all out. Outsource that to another company or how are you going to manage to to find all the people that do that? Yeah. Well, we will have we will have what do they call it? Tim temps Dev workers right up to facilitate registration keep this like if you've ever been a baseball game or football game. This this is like a baseball game, which is nine innings with this game is sixty nine innings, right or ninety innings every day, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. This isn't like a two hour game football game. Typically last about an hour and fifteen minutes. Okay. This last nine hours a day right now. There's a lot of technology out there that helped us still Tate doing this that makes it easy like transportation, you know, Marla stadiums just south just west of downtown Miami. Everybody's going to nobody needs to get a rental car. Miami's a very easy place to fly into lot of traffic comes in and out of Miami. Every day. It's a sexy city people like, oh, my name is a cool place. So some of that helped us, but also apps we have an app called the ten x ten x VIP app. That helps people understand our offers.

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"35,000" Discussed on Self Made Man

Self Made Man

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"35,000" Discussed on Self Made Man

"They are two hundred and fifty four thousand people there. You start used to doing that kind of thing. You're you're starting to impact lies put food on the table give people opportunity, and so that's what we're trying to do with this growth conference. We'll have we have over thirty thousand seats stoled already, and we have ten days left to go win did win. Did you come up with the idea and really the goal in the in the location was this a year ago was this two years ago? How long have you been working on its yet? So we we started our first next conference was two years ago. There was twenty two hundred people at the first one it was up the street, the diplomat hotel, we we didn't know where it was going to be. We never booked a hotel venue that we brought this is two years ago. It was Christmas. It was one day after Christmas, actually. And I told my staff to executives guys we're going to do a conference in under ninety days. We didn't seventy seven days idea to delivery of the seminar the event twenty two hundred people everybody. There was no free tickets. And that was our first one. And then we are second went had ten thousand people in Las Vegas, and this one over thirty thousand now we did not know when we started selling this, which is an interesting thing for the self made man is what we do is we commit project, then we start adding the mechanics afterwards. Like, we don't pick dates and hotels. I we commit to the event how big is going to be and then we work out hotels logistics dates, and 'cause it's really out of order to figure the dates. I it's what most people do by the way, most people figure dates can they get a hotel rather than making a commitment. I. The best things in my life. Have happened to me I had to commit first. And then figure it out they being a father being a husband running a business starting fund all the great things that have happened to me required, a commitment burst. And then I had to add in feel in later. So we actually didn't know it's a great question. Your ask we didn't know where the hotel was going to be until five months into the ticket sales. We have sold one third of the seats without a location, even when we had the location we held it all and we did not have a an exact date because we didn't have a location, nor did we ever disclosed a speaker list, and so ten thousand of the thirty plus thousand seats. Wow, it's amazing which is quite contrary to what most people do most people have their hotel. They have their dates they have their speakers. And then they start telling everybody that right? We did was we went to our audience. Instead, look, we promise you. The best you've ever been to. We don't know the date. We don't know the hotel, and we know grants going to be there. My wife will speak, and I'm going to add a bunch of people. Do you trust me for those of you who trust me enough to do the right thing and really be 10x by ticket? Yeah. Awesome in the public did. So that in the last two thirds, or at least the last half of our promotion time, then we were able to announce the speakers the location the dates were doing a Super Bowl weekend. Like everybody says you can't doodo Super Bowl weekend. I said, well, why can't you you? You're gonna miss sales. You're gonna have people that want to go to the Super Bowl. I will miss them. They're not not people that would be interested in your vents. Anyway, watching these conflict, there could be we had a God that actually. Look, there's all kinds of conflicts, right? I wanna Tom Cruise to come speak. He was come in out. He has to be a movie shoot. Jamie, FOX said, hey, Jamie. Can you come do this gig? He's on a movie shoot or they're bullshitting me. And they just don't want to do the deal. But the point is there's always going to be a conflict with somebody. Somebody's got a wedding to go. I got this to go to. But we we went heads up with the Super Bowl Super Bowl will have more people. But but it won't be three days. Right, right. And people won't learn as much there..

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"35,000" Discussed on Self Made Man

Self Made Man

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"35,000" Discussed on Self Made Man

"Welcome back today. We're joined by the one and only grants card on. So I'm gonna go ahead. And assume that you've seen grant online, you know, who he is as he has taken the personal development and business training industry by storm over the past three to four years and next week. He is hosting one of the largest training events in the world that three day Tech's growth conference is going to be held this coming weekend. February first through the third at the Marlins baseball stadium in Miami, Florida. So I wanted to get grant on the show for one primary reason he held his first event just thirty six months ago. And today he's about to sell out a stadium that seats thirty five thousand people, and I wanted to know how he's managed to pull that off. So today, we're going to take a look behind the scenes at what inspired him to take on risk as large as he has to put on this event. We're going to find out how much it costs for him to put on this event, which blew my mind. And we're going to find out how he plans to make money with it. And how holding an event like this fits into his larger long-term strategy for the growth of his business? This is an extremely interesting and valuable interview when it comes to the mindset that he's adopted and how it's allowed him to take the ambitions, and frankly, audacious ideas in his mind and bring them to life. So without further ado, please help me welcome grant card grant Cardona welcome to self made. Man. It's a pleasure to finally have you on the show. Hey, great, Mike, great to have be on your show. And and last time we ran into was in Austin, right? Where the Bowie right? Yeah. You were you were here with Landon looking at buying the Bowie tower downtown in Austin, which is where I live, and I hit you guys up the Instagram because I could see touring touring the building, which was awesome. And I think that you'll may have acquired it or you're in the process of we haven't we haven't acquired it yet. But hey, well done on you for being. To live in one of the nicest buildings in Austin. You know, I've I've made the tour. I've lived in the stone. Ian, the w hotel condo's the Bowie and in the Hilton condo. So I've been I've been trying them all out. Yeah. You like downtown, obviously. Yeah. Downtown Austin's, just growing bigger and bigger, and it's just becoming a really exciting city. We've got Google here. Now, we've got Facebook all downtown. So this place is gonna look completely different ten years from now. It's awesome. Well, I'm excited to talk about your event to next growth con coming up here in a week. And what I wanted to really interview about today's how you guys as a team are pulling this off because you're gonna have over thirty thousand people in attendance, you've rented out one of the biggest sports arenas in the country. And how did you guys do it? Well, you know, man, I tell you what it's it's it's quite an undertaking. I've never done anything this big. I remember my bursts, speaking engagement had eight people in it. And it was set up by the guy was working for at the time. And so the last thirty years we've been doing events of some sort most of which had one hundred fifty to two hundred people which is a lot of people. But after I wrote a book called the connects rule, I realized in that book like how how if you wanna help people who hundred people is not going to help to helping one person changes conditions for that one person and helping two hundred people's a lot of people that's a lot of people, but helping gins of thousands of people, and that's the magnitude it which somebody could operate that. They could really change people's lives. Yeah. Absolutely. You know, like some of the companies that you mentioned Facebook and Google, and and and my friends at a buddy of mine, he's the one of the chief partners at Ernst young..

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